In May 2014 the U.S. Global Change Research Program released it’s 3rd National Climate Assessment. One of the key messages is the increase in extreme weather events, including floods. Precipitation is also changing – more for the northern U.S. and less for the Southwest. Click HERE for more information. The incredible images above are from National Geographic Wallpapers.
“The twentieth century has seen the depletion of many species. Some may never recover…” – quote from Wyland Ocean Wisdom. The incredible images above come from National Geographic Wallpapers.
That represents 24 days worth of household CO2 production!
(3,586/150 = 23.9 days of household CO2 production)
1 Day = 150 lbs of CO2 per U.S. household – excerpt from the March 2009 issue of National Geographic Magazine titled Saving Energy – It Starts at Home. The images above are from the article. You can also get them at National Geographic Wallpapers.
Global warming will render some parts of the world “unpleasant or uninhabitable by sea level rise, temperature increase, droughts and storms.” But other areas will see “relatively moderate or even benign effects”. – excerpt from Economist.com article. Click HERE for more info. The incredible images above are from National Geographic.
The incredible image above is from National Geographic Wallpapers.
Test your knowledge of Global Warming facts. Click HERE for the National Geographic quiz.
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