Work-shop on Climate Change. Future of our planet: green or not?

One of the most important issue that people should be concerned about is climate change. According to estimates of the UN scientists, by 2030, carbon dioxide emissions to the atmosphere can reach a critical level. Moreover, in fact, the temperature increase will lead to irreversible consequences. The world has already come to terms with droughts, hot weather, floods and hurricanes. In a little more than 10 years, these natural phenomena will become even more devastating. It is clear that we have to be ready that, due to the existing circumstances, the next couple of decades will be critical for saving the planet from the effects of global warming. And it is important that this information be fully conveyed to each person, regardless of his/her sphere of influence on the environment.

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South Koreans fight smog with pork

Republic of South Korea faces a battle against unhealthy air, caused by a combination of domestic emissions from coal-fired power plants and cars, and pollutants wafted in from China and North Korea.

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Climate strike: what, where and how

In schools across at least 100 countries, students went out of their classrooms on Friday (March 15) to participate in what have become known as the “School strikes”, “Climate strikes”, “Fridays For Future” against climate change inaction.

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New Scotland factory to turn plastic ocean wastes to roads

A factory that turns waste plastic into material for laying and resurfacing roads is officially opening a factory in southern Scotland, in Lockerbie.

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Pupils in London will wear bags to monitor toxic air levels

In UK capital schoolchildren will carry backpacks with inbuilt air quality sensors to help monitor levels of pollution in the city.

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South Asia: top toxic air region

A South Asia region is known to be a desirable travel destination with deep blue ocean, white sand beaches and delicious local food. Till now no one paid attention to the most needed thing for traveling and even more – for life – to air. This invisible factor was taken for granted and not evaluated. Until the moment the scientists started taking samples of air and determine its quality.

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A new fuel from seawater

Stanford scientists discovered a way to generate hydrogen fuel using solar power, electrodes and saltwater from San Francisco Bay.

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UNESCO proposes Green solutions for Disaster Risk Reduction and climate change adaptation

On 12 of March the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization published a report on Green solutions for Disaster Risk Reduction and climate change adaptation. It underline the fact that well-managed ecosystems – such as wetlands, forests, coastal systems and many others – often act as natural infrastructure, reducing physical exposure to various natural hazards and increasing socio-economic resilience of people and communities. Healthy ecosystems also provide many more services and goods, playing a role in water quality and availability, air quality, food security, and much more. Together with its partners, UNESCO advances the disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation agenda through the application of ecosystem services and nature based solutions.

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40 kg of plastic was found in whale stomach

On the coast of Philippines people found a dead whale with 40kg of plastic bags inside its stomach.

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Global Friday strike: “Climate change is worse than Voldemort”

On Friday, 15th of March, school and university students continue protests to call for political action on global climate crisis.

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