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ADBA Welcomes Government Moves to UK ‘Net Zero’ Emissions by 2050

The UK is readied to become the very first significant economy to commit to reaching “Net Zero” carbon discharges (UK ‘Net Zero’ Emissions) by 2050. The statement made by the government last week (June 2019) has been widely rated as a substantial but achievable goal. However, the fixing our global climate will require action which […]

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Global Environmental Stewardship – Truths About Environmental Damage

The truth about environmental damage in the UK, and the possibility that the gaping hole in the world’s ability to achieve a sustainable global environmental stewardship can be filled. In current times it has been accepted by researchers, and since 2015 by all the global governments that voted to support the Paris Climate Change Agreement, […]

Hurricane Katrina: Worsened by Climate Change?

While writing so soon after the event it is too early for those in the US to begin to look a the wider realities of climate change, into which Katrina may be giving us a glimpse. Those of us in the UK can begin to analyse a worrying trend in hurricane intensity which it appears […]

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Intelligent Optimism Wins In Today’s World

Eileen McDarghEileen McDargh The reality of today’s world seems to leave little room for optimism. Almost every news story can lead because it does bleed. We hear of critical food shortages in Africa, daily gang deaths on city streets, the profiteering from child pornography, and the climatic disasters prompted by global warming. Health care costs […]

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Global Warming Issues are in your Hands

By: David Yuri, written on: 2006-08-30 There has been a lot of talk on the subject of global warming issues. Specialists believe that human activities in the past 50 years have given a negative boost to climate change. After a long series of tests and chart observations, it seems that the primary culprit for global […]

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Bottled Water – Is It Really So Cool?

Written by Steve Last Bottled water just looks so refreshing on the supermarket shelves, and huge quantities are sold. But are we deluding ourselves to think that it is better than tap-water, and what are the health and environmental (including climate change) consequences? I am sure that when most of us pick up a bottle […]

Global Warming Facts

Global warming refers to an increase in average global temperatures, which in turn causes climate change. It is the increase in the Earth’s average temperature in the recent decades, and has occurred since the industrial revolution. Global warming is in part the rise in global temperatures due to an increase of heat-trapping carbon emissions in […]