Global Warming Facts and Effects – Global Warming Climate Change


April 29, 2013

John Stossel – Climate Change & Global Greening

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The Impact of Climate Change on the Arctic – ArticleCity.com Video

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by: Worldwide Media

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April 22, 2013

The Intersection Between Hydraulic Fracturing and Climate Change: 6 min video

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How to Measure the Rapid Climate Change on Earth – ArticleCity.com

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April 15, 2013

Bible’s ‘Great Flood’ Shows Climate Change Isn’t Man-Made

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Cities, States and Others Step up Action on Climate Change …

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by: Elizabeth Autumn, MBA

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April 8, 2013

Village Square – Climate Change and Sea Level Rise

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Preservation And Renewing – Stephen Mongan States The Simple …

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by: Steve Mongan

Consider this, says Steve Mongan, creator of Mongan Energy – electricity consumption has grown steadily at 2 per cent a year over the last 20 years – in 2001 it was higher than in any other year over the last thirty years.

Overall consumption in the UK has increased by 13 per cent between 1970 and 2001 and by 11 per cent between 1990 and 2001. Electricity consumption has increased by 74% in the period 1970 to 2001 at an annual rate of 2 per cent and, says Stephen, who has perfected the science for developing the Mongan Cycle – a carbon neutral, renewable power generation programme.

The fuel mix has changed significantly since 1970 as natural gas consumption has replaced coal. In 1970 natural gas accounted for 3 per cent of total overall final consumption and in 2001 for 36 per cent, says Steve

The UK’s primary demand is almost entirely dependent on mineral fuels, even though the mix has changed over the last 15 years, says Steve. Global reliance on fossil fuels changed the earth’s climate with potentially devastating consequences and without action the earth’s temperature is likely to rise faster this century than in the last 10,000 years.

As scientific evidence of climate change mounted during the late 90s and early 21st Century the UK Government in 2003 published its first major review of energy production in relation to the global environment and stated that without action to reduce emissions. Steve says the earth’s temperature is likely to rise at a faster rate than any time in the last 10,000 years or more.

Already we import nearly half the coal we use, says Stephen. By 2020 we could be dependent on imported energy for three quarters of our total primary needs. Fossil fuel reserves will be depleted this century at the current rate of consumption, possibly as early as 2050.

The second major challenge identified is the decline of the UK’s indigenous supplies.

Continued reliance on fossil fuels will lead to global shortages in our children’s lifetimes – now it’s easy to see why renewable sources are the only way forward.
Steve Mongan, the creator of Mongan Energy, has dedicated his working life to the field of thermodynamics and the physics of air and these sciences have been successfully applied during the last 30 years throughout industry and commerce.

The author invites you to visit:
http://www.monganenergy.co.uk

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April 1, 2013

Egypt struggles with climate change

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