jueves, 14 de diciembre de 2006

Climate Crisis: Ecology, Pollution and more.

I've posted a group of articles in iBloga, check them out!

The Environment: A Global Overview, by: Larry Butz

Description: It is not difficult to become a believer in global warming. According to the U.S. National Climatic Data Center 2001 was the second warmest year on record and it was the 23rd consecutive year of above normal temperatures.
Category: Science & Technology

Nearly 90% of Global Warming Gas Emissions Are CO2

Description: "There is a 90 percent chance the planet's average temperatures will rise 3 to 9 F (1.7 to 4.9 C) by 2100." by: Larry Butz
Category: Science & Technology

Space Sunshade May One Day Reduce Global Warming

Description: Global warming is a reality and increasingly its consequences are upon us. We may think that global warming does not affect us but the fact is it has already started to have disastrous consequences.
Category: Science & Technology

Air Pollution And Air Purifiers, by: Jason Uvios.

Description: It doesn’t matter where you are, as long as you are not in one of those hi-tech labs or anything, you will be encountered with polluted air. These days air purifiers are being sold with the promise of cleansing this air.
Category: Science & Technology

Ford’s Hybrid Car

Description: Ford’s Hybrid Car: A Giant Step towards the Reduction of Oil Consumption and Air Pollution by: Jenny McLane
Category: Science & Technology

Air Pollution Hikes Stroke Risk, by: Rita Jenkins.

Description: The type of stroke that results when a blood clot travels to the brain -- called an ischemic stroke -- is more likely to occur on days when the air contains a larger concentration of particulate matter.
Category: Science & Technology

Hybrid Cars Could Help In Conserving Energy

Description: With the gas prices being so high, more and more people are becoming aware of how valuable energy is in our daily lives. Hybrid cars show how energy can be conserved and pollution reduced. By: Jackson Porter
Category: Science & Technology

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