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July 2015 was the warmest month ever recorded for the globe. Global oceans were also record warm for July. January-July 2015 was also record warm for the globe... seeing a pattern here? We're in some serious hot water.
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Такие эффекты вычислялись с начала 1980-х.
Углеводороды, как самое употребляемое топливо образуются в геохимическом процессе на границе ядра и подкоркового расплава. Процесс идёт с потреблением воды и выделением тепла, водорода и набора углеводородов (условно, из карбидов). Водород диффундирует через кору очень быстро. Углеводороды обычно скопляются в складках коры и под малопроницаемыми слоями земной коры. Оксиды остаются  в расплаве в подкорковом слое, из-за чего планета "распухает". Накопленные в месторождениях углеводороды тормозят процесс и устанавливается геохимическое равновесие. При массивной добыче углеводородов равновесие смещается в сторону ускорения процесса и усиления подкоркового разогрева...На схеме видите усиливающийся нагрев воды на глубинах океанов и поверхности материков, где кора несколько тоньше...Можете заметить и усиление вулканизма...
В глубинах морей и океанов, при достаточных давлениях, а так же в зонах вечной мерзлоты, метан и лёгкие углеводороды образуют залежи метангидратов. При росте температуры коры усиливается разложение метангидратов усиливая в триггерном режиме естественный парниковый эффект и уменьшая озоновый слой.
Сжигание углей и углеводородов в процессе жизнедеятельности увеличивает количество углекислого газа в атмосфере. Планктон и растительность могли бы утилизировать углекислый газ, если бы не было подкоркового разогрева.  
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Hawaii has bucked the natural gas trend in favor of renewable energy - big time! Governor David Ige has a bold plan to create 100% of the state's energy from renewable energy sources within 30 years in order to escape the volatility of the world oil market, eliminate the dangers of fracking, and curb greenhouse gas emissions. This is the most significant renewable energy plan to ever be implemented in US history. Mahalo Hawaii!
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Awesome
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The only 2 countries in the world that have no mosquitos. 
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A new material has been developed by researchers at the University of California Riverside that can boost the efficiency of solar panels by 30 percent or more when applied to a standard pv panel. The material does this by converting infrared photons, normally not useful for electricity generation, into higher energy photons that can be captured by the panel. More efficient panels will help to drive down the cost of solar power.
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Our creator Mother Earth and our living heavenly place we live, by the knowledge of life we have by being born to our death, no more or no less!!
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WWF #Picoftheweek: Sea turtle conservation

Sea turtles travel thousands of kilometres facing countless threats. They wait decades to reproduce and return to the same beaches where they were born to lay their eggs. Few hatchlings survive…

Now find out how climate change affects these ancient mariners, what we’re doing to protect them and how you can help: http://pand.as/warming-waters
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Join this important mass-tweet: Tell world leaders to learn from low carbon leaders at Climate Week NYC​ on September 21 http://ow.ly/RpTG9 #CWNYC
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Photo: Underwater Seascapes – Winner: Ellen Cuylaerts (Belgium). Winner of the Second World Oceans Day Oceanic Photo Competition, 2015.



Are you Interested in ocean affairs and the law of the sea?

See if you qualify for the UN - The Nippon Foundation (日本財団) fellowship! The deadline is 11 September.

Get details at: http://j.mp/1T2nJdt
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Climate change is now affecting every country on every continent. It is disrupting national economies and affecting lives, costing people, communities and countries dearly today and even more tomorrow.

Climate change is a global challenge that does not respect national borders. Emissions anywhere affect people everywhere, with the poorest and most vulnerable people impacted the most.

This year, as the UN celebrates its 70th anniversary, countries have agreed that they will adopt a new climate agreement so that all countries, including the greatest greenhouse gas emitters, should be bound for the first time by a universal climate agreement.

More at: http://j.mp/1G7znKX
2015: Time for Global Action for People and Planet - the United Nations' work to combat climate change
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Climate Change has effected not one damned thing.
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14 beautiful X-ray images that shed a unique light on nature
Photographer and artist Aire van't Riet was inspired through his work in the medical field. http://buff.ly/1MBZe62
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Almost like seeing through the third eye in meditation
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Photographer, Raggana, captures ethereal connection between humans and nature http://buff.ly/1IeBCk7
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Friendship builds bridges between people & inspires peace -- share this message with your friends for Thursday's Friendship Day!

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We support cooperative action by States to combat climate change and its impacts on humanity and ecosystems. This is our contribution to a sustainable world and to realizing the vision of peace, security and human dignity on which the UN is founded.
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We support cooperative action by States to combat climate change and its impacts on humanity and ecosystems. This is our contribution to a sustainable world and to realizing the vision of peace, security and human dignity on which the UN is founded.