Wealthy countries still tend to ignore the voices – and issues – of the poorer countries, that tend more toward the stringent needs, like education and health care. It's even more tragic since loss of life due to climate extremes tends to be high in less developed countries. Here, recovery from natural disasters is also slower. But in 2015, the Paris Agreement went one step further to fixing the discrepancies, while 195 countries adopted the first-ever universal, legally binding global climate deal.

Wealthy countries still tend to ignore the voices – and issues – of the poorer countries, that tend more toward the stringent needs, like education and health care. It's even more tragic since loss of life due to climate extremes tends to be high in less developed countries. Here, recovery from natural disasters is also slower. But in 2015, the Paris Agreement went one step further to fixing the discrepancies, while 195 countries adopted the first-ever universal, legally binding global climate deal.

2018 was the 14th hottest year in the last 124 years recorded in the United States, the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) confirmed. Deke Arndt – chief of the monitoring section of NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information in Asheville, North Carolina – says that record land and ocean temperatures were registered in Europe, Russia, the Middle East, New Zealand and in some parts of the Pacific and Atlantic oceans.

At the end of the 1970s, science was already pointing to the hazards that the accumulating CO2 into the atmosphere posed. During the following decade, scientists and activists had government officials across the globe to continuously address greenhouse gas emissions. They enacted policies that would impact climate, working together. It was a window of opportunity that might have changed the warming’s course. But they failed.

New study reports that as greenhouse gases rise and warm the planet, the ice in Antarctica is to become more vulnerable to astronomical cycles. With CO2 going beyond 400 parts per million (ppm), Earth’s climate becomes more sensitive to its tilt, as it spins around its axis. It may not seem much, but over a 30 million years, this only happened when CO2 levels peaked to what research predicts for the end of the century.

Donate and be selected for our Beta Field Test!

We need 12,000 Beta Field Testers for a 1 year free-test of our MAPS TSP Devices,
installed in each Tester’s home or SME, whereby, a year’s worth of electricity, equates to
$3,000.00 (the average US kWh charges), is provided in exchange for the Donors
genuine participation in the Field Test program.

Subscribe below to be one of the first to know more details about this campaign.

 

Decorative element 1Decorative element 2