Perhaps you read the latest weather headlines...
El Nino is to Blame for Stronger Hurricanes!
Experts Predict Harsher Winter!
Family Killed by Flash Floods!
Although these are only sample headline stories, the titles are not far from the realities of weather forecasts. The weather is a part of everyone's life. Now, you can investigate some of the best weather stories from top experts all around the world. Join us in the weather forum if you have any discussion on a story!
About.com Guide Larry West explores the environmental effects of droughts in the United States. With the year 2006 is focus, Mr. West explains the reason we may be in a situation similar to the 1930's Dust Bowl.
Human activity has always been blamed for climate change. But what is the real story? Some scientists have yet to support the idea of Global Warming despite overwhelming evidence for a potential global catastrophe. Here, the facts on Global Warming
are spelled out. But on which side do you stand?
Susan Munroe explores the solutions to environmental destruction in Canada including information on the ratification of the Kyoto Protocol and incentives created to send old, polluting cars to be scrapped at Car Heaven.
With the entire global community at least aware
of a potential environmental emergency in the near future, many countries are working towards sensible solutions for sustainability.
Being educated about Earth's past gives us a sense of how sensitive our environment really is. About.com expert Matt Rosenberg explores the issue of climate change from a different perspective. Could we be heading for another ice age? Exploring the interglacial periods of the past, Mr. Rosenburg explains the details of current temperature trends in a historical perspective in this intriguing news article.
Can we improve the environment we have destroyed? Climateering, or climate engineering, is the process of human intervention in creating a sounder environment through active control of atmospheric occurrences. Expert Andrew Alden explores the probability of changing our environment through scientific research and experimentation.
The Kyoto Protocol was designed to address issues of climate change around the world. With growing evidence for the need to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases, every world citizen should pay attention to this environmental treaty. Even with increased legislation on the environment, the question still remains...Are we doing enough to stop global warming?
The hole in the ozone seems to be "our" fault. The global community knows there is a problem, but what can be done about it? The first step is education. Learn the causes of the ozone layer hole and explore related topics on global warming and greenhouse gas emissions.
Many people feel the world temperatures are increasing due to global warming...But are they?
We have all heard the headlines...Pesticides, indoor air quality, starvation, global warming, ozone depletion, deforestation, environmental destruction, rising sea levels...The Doom and Gloom
of the past may not be so...well...gloomy according to US Government Information Guide Robert Longley.
Even after all the news reports about the ozone layer hole, there are still those with misunderstandings about ozone in the atmosphere. Not all ozone is good for you and some of it is downright bad.