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Changing Culture or Climate

Posted by on Jun 23, 2015 in Climate Change, Featured | 0 comments

Changing Culture or Climate

Life is a constant change. Some things have to be accepted, like the seasons of the year or growing old. Consult the I Ging (or Ching), the book of changes (1). Some things can’t be accepted, like the Climate Change. Especially since it is caused by man and could, at least, be mitigated. Some people believe that the Climate Change is part of a natural cycle and that this is therefore not a cause to worry. Nothing can be further from the truth. If the Climate Change is a natural cycle...

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50 Days of Oil Spill and More to Go!

Posted by on Jun 12, 2010 in Ecology | 49 comments

50 Days of Oil Spill and More to Go!

The Morality of Climate Change demands that if something terrible as the present Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico will happen again, because of negligence,  the people responsible must be held accountable in criminal court. Even if the accidents are of a lesser degree. In a time where the danger of a changing climate becomes a real possibility other, tighter criterion’s must be applied! Natures Right to remain complete and undamaged must be regarded higher then the present practice. When...

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De- and Reforestation

Posted by on Mar 17, 2010 in Climate Change | 53 comments

Already in the year 2004 the Pentagon warned former president Mr. George Bush jr. how the Climate Change might become a national security threat. Oossibly in the next 20 years! The CIA’s World Fact book shows the global picture. According to the www.newscientist.com, waiting for miraculous new Technologies to prevent the Climate Change in less than 20 years seems to be futile. The only way of mitigating Climate Change is Reforestation and Renaturation. The term is borrowed from German...

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