Posts Tagged ‘Global Warming’

Making Artificial Clouds to Prevent the Sun’s Rays from Heating the Planet

Tuesday, August 11, 2009 5:19 1 Comment

Climate experts say a fleet of wind-powered ships could be one of the more feasible solutions of climate engineering to reduce global warming. The Copenhagen Consensus on Climate has released an analysis paper that addresses a variety of proposed climate engineering options.

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Newly Discovered Bowl-Shaped Molecule Could Refine Carbon Capture Systems

Sunday, July 19, 2009 5:35 No Comments

Maryland scientists have accidentally discovered a bowl-shaped molecule that has the ability to extract CO2 from thin air. According to J. A. Tossell, a scientist from Maryland, another scientist discovered the molecule while doing research unrelated to global climate change.

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Green Algae: A New Method To Stop Global Warming

Monday, January 5, 2009 2:40 No Comments

I am happy to tell you that a team of UK scientists have discovered a method that could stop global warming. They have found that millions of tiny particles of iron are released into the southern Ocean after the melting icebergs off the coast of Antarctica.

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Did You Know That…

Saturday, January 3, 2009 8:18 No Comments

…an European uses about ten times more fuel and more energy than an inhabitant from a developing country? We are the ones who produce three times more waste. … Fossil fuels – coal, oil and gas – still represents 80% of the energy used throughout the world? … If we could save 20% of energy [...]

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Floating Habitats Powered by Solar and Wind Energy – A Glance of Hope For The Future

Wednesday, December 17, 2008 5:11 No Comments

Increasingly more people are concerned about global warming seeking new solutions to combat it.  Scientists have confirmed that due to global warming, the antarctic glaciers melt down rapidly and this will affect our life. But the future is promising because a collective of New York based artists will launch in May 2009 a floating habitat, [...]

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