The 100 Months Problem: Climate Change, Global Warming and CO2 Emissions

Conceived and promoted by a team of journalists and experts including Peter Myers, Dr. Victoria Johnson and Andrew Simms, the 100 months problem is the idea that in roughly 8 years, our current lifestyles will have taken the earth beyond a revocable point when it comes to global warming and climate change. The project is designed to give people a …

International Shipping in a Tropical Climate

Tropical climates and countries in South America, Africa and the Caribbean present obstacles to international shipping companies which are not present in other parts of the world. The temperature, the diversity of governments and regulations, and the presence of dangerous insects and bacteria create a shipping nightmare that should only be handled by an international shipping company with experience in …

Breckenridge Colorado Real Estate Maintains Itself in Harsh Climate

There are a lot of similarities between resort towns across the U.S. Most of them are there for their fabulous snow and slopes, or have become attractive due to the notable celebrity of the moment making it fashionable to live there. However, whether the real estate landscape has any indicative mark on its quality, Breckenridge has held its own in …

The Bali Road Map – Building a Global Climate Policy

How should the international community manage the risks of global climate change? Diplomats from 187 nations faced this question in December at the United Nations’ climate conference in Bali, Indonesia. Their answer was a two-year plan for negotiating a new global climate policy that would start in 2013 – the year the Kyoto Protocol ends. The “Bali Road Map” is …

Forestry and Global Warming: How Can Our Forests Effect Climate Change?

The amount of land dedicated to forests, particularly old growth forests, could significantly reduce global warming. Forests are an important use of land in most countries, and in modern times they take on a new, environmental significance. Plant life scrubs carbon dioxide from the air. Carbon dioxide is a main cause of global warming and can be eliminated just by …

Romania Has a Temperate Climate

Romania is situated in the south eastern part of Central Europe and shares borders with Hungary to the northwest, Yugoslavia to the southwest, Bulgaria to the south, the Black Sea and Ukraine to the southeast and to the north and the Republic of Moldova to the east. Roughly the size of Oregon, Romania is the second largest country in the …

Climate Change and a Convenient Untruth – Part 4

The theory of man-made climate change is based on mass hysteria not proven facts In the previous three articles about the world-wide controversy that is global warming, the position of the people who support this theory – the Scaremongers – has been explained and their core arguments commented upon. They seem to be winning the propaganda war, but their battle …

Climate Change and a Convenient Untruth – Part 1

Climate change – fact or fiction? In the past dozen years or so a major controversy has developed through out the world about changes that are supposedly taking place with the earth’s climate. There is a large body of opinion that believes the earth’s temperature is getting warmer due to the increase in greenhouse gases, especially carbon dioxide (CO2), caused …