Peace amongst nations means no global destruction of the environment and life habitats.
There are a large body of work of articles, papers and reports concerning the need to protect our environment and the global life-support systems. We are showing here a few.
Reports by the Global Community Assessment Centre (GCAC)
Protect photosynthesis: less CO2 , more Oxygen and better health for all of us.
A) Protection of the global life-support systemsReport by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has been established by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
to assess scientific, technical and socio- economic information relevant for the understanding of climate change, its potential impacts and options for adaptation and mitigation. It is currently finalizing its Fourth Assessment Report "Climate Change 2007". The reports by the three Working Groups provide a comprehensive and up-to-date assessment of the current state of knowledge on climate change.
Articles and papers
1.0 Protection of the Global Environment
2.0 What is climate change? What has caused the climate to change?
3.0 The greatest threat to all life on Earth is a trace element.
4.0 Global warming tic-O-tack!
5.0 Results from studies on climate change.
6.0 Local and global impacts.
7.0 Storing excess carbon in terrestrial and ocean systems.
8.0 British Columbia’s battlefield for life.
9.0 Preventive actions to climate change.
10.0 Peak soils movement
11.0 Marine ecosystems, fisheries, Eco-label, seafood, and social marketing aspects and issues
12.0 Global development aspects and issues
13.0 Ocean conservation and protection aspects and issues
14.0 Forest protection aspects and issues
15.0 Soil lost prevention aspects and issues
16.0 Water conservation aspects and issues
17.0 Renewable energy aspects and issues
18.0 Clean air aspects and issues
19.0 Global pollution aspects and issues
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