Tag archive for ‘climate change’
By Ana Nivtova On Friday, August 13th, 2010

Russian Scientists Accuse the U.S. of Provoking the Heatwaves Sweeping the Country Using Weather Weapons

Fire and Smoke in Western Russia on August 4, 2010 According to Russian scientists the origin of the heatwave currently sweeping the country would be Alaska, in a room heavily guarded by the Navy and the U.S. Air More...

By Michael Walsh On Saturday, June 26th, 2010

Volcanic Stirrings Threaten Recovery

The clock is ticking away for scientists and aircraft engineers in their quest to find ways of avoiding volcanic dust or detecting it early enough to evade it. Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajokull, the eruption of More...

By Michael Sorense On Monday, March 22nd, 2010

Over one billion people lack access to safe drinking water

Over one billion people lack access to safe drinking water, and more than two billion live without improved sanitation. Those are the facts of today’s world that we live in and if that wasn’t enough More...

By Ana Nivtova On Saturday, March 6th, 2010
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World War III is imminent, who can solve the problem?

Can religion solve the huge global problems of humanity and the earth? Throughout the ages, society has challenged conventional belief systems to spur personal thought as well as public dialogue and debate. With More...

By Stefano Guttierez On Thursday, February 25th, 2010

No outcome at Copenhagen Conference on Climate Change

Lok Sabha — The Copenhagen Accord was not adopted by the Parties, the question of its ratification by Parties does not arise. However, in response to Copenhagen Accord, various countries including India have More...

By Michael Sorense On Thursday, December 17th, 2009

Copenhagen summit on the brink of collapse

The Copenhagen summit were on the brink of collpase Thursday morning, as officials from the rich countries, major developing nations and small island states said they had “given up on getting a substantive More...