Category: Climate Change

Climate change is the greatest threat to humanity

Climate change is the greatest threat to humanity. It has been in the top 5 biggest threats for humanity since 2011, but in a survey done by the World Economic Forum in 2017, it became the most likely risk. Climate change will have a huge influence on issues like food and water shortage, radicalisation and …

The role of Non-governmental organisations has helped BP

The role of Non-governmental organisations has helped BP, increase their research on working on new projects. This has helped BP gain more communication methods as, they are working with a new team of people and they are often consulting with relevant local and international NGOs, who have been giving BP opportunities to provide specialized experts …

A comparison of Gallup polls asking the American public how much they personally worried about global warming

A comparison of Gallup polls asking the American public how much they personally worried about global warming (or the greenhouse effect) found that between 1989 and 2003 twenty-four per cent to 40 per cent of the respondents worried „a great deal? (Brechin, 2003:111). When these are added to the percentage that worry „a fair amount?, …

What is Global Warming

What is Global Warming? The definition of global warming is a state where the temperature of Earth’s climate keeps on rising. Until now, the Earth’s climate has raised and has fallen continuously. According to NASA (source 6), “Average global temperature on the surface of the planet has already increased by about 0.8° Celsius since 1880”. …

Effect of Climate Change on Arabica Coffee

Effect of Climate Change on Arabica Coffee (Coffea arabica L.) Production and Selected Cup Quality Parameters; the Case of Bensa District Sidama Zone Southern Ethiopia. Authors: Tsegaye Dejene (BSc), Demelash Kefale (PhD), Tenaw Workayehu (PhD) ABSTRACT Coffee is the world’s favorite beverage and the second- most traded commodity after oil. Globally Arabica coffee provides about …

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I. Greenhouse vegetable farming: Greenhouse vegetable farming is a highly controlled form of agriculture based on the production of vegetables under a transparent cover material all year round by creating environmental conditions favorable for plants growth. II. Greenhouse sustainability: Greenhouse production is augmenting in response to the population increase, water shortage, climate change and consumer …

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d its population is of 817,054 million (Worldometers, 2018). Almost every part of the country is occupied by mountains comprising of a number of glaciers which is connected to its Lakes. The mountain acts as a contributor as it provides a source of drinking water for the nearby valleys. The world has experienced many cases …

Kevin Rudd is an Australian politician and he was the 26th Prime Minister of Australia

Kevin Rudd is an Australian politician and he was the 26th Prime Minister of Australia. Kevin Michael Rudd was born on 21 September 1957 in Queensland to Albert Rudd and Margaret nee De Veer. His father was a share farmer. He grew up on a dairy farm. In this farm life he got opportunity to …

The Amazon Rainforest and Climate Change By Arash Hozhabri

The Amazon Rainforest and Climate Change By Arash Hozhabri "The ecosystem’s response is lagging behind the rate of climate change" (Muelbert, 2018). Research done by the University of Leeds shows that over the past 30 years, higher c02 levels, high temps, and droughts have increased the mortality rates of thousands of tree species. Also, the …

?Making solar power cheaper and more flexible Approximately 250,000 square miles-stored by solar cells, can cover all the needs of the world. In any event, while the still-existing low-temperature sun is near production that has an excessive effect, it is six times as unpredictable costs. Their flexible designs will enable them to be supplied with …

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