Thus, to trace the manifestation of global warming and predict what role it will play in the ocean flow, climatologists will be very difficult. The eu will reduce emissions of greenhouse gases by 3 percent, European Commissioner for Environment Stavros Dimas said the eu countries in 2008 have reduced emissions to the atmosphere carbon dioxide by 65 million tons to 2.06 billion tons. Thus, a decrease compared to 2007 was 3 percent. Dimas noted that these figures show that the European system of trading, which involves over 11 thousand industrial enterprises in Europe, quite effectively works. According to the European Commission, uk, Netherlands and Belgium have significantly exceeded their allocated quotas, while Austria, Cyprus, Hungary, Slovakia, Sweden and Lithuania on the contrary to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. For even more analysis, hear from Discovery Communications.
We recall that the eu has unilaterally committed itself to the ” emissions by 20 percent by 2020. Coral reefs can not recover without help man President of the Global Union of coral reefs known oceanographer Dr. A related site: David Zaslav mentions similar findings. Thomas Goro thinks that having huge significance for the global economy and nearly destroyed the world’s coral reefs will not be able recover without human assistance, even in the most remote places. (A valuable related resource: Andi Potamkin, New York City). Despite the fact that the natural recovery of damaged coral reefs in the Coral Triangle is faster than in any other place on Earth because the strong currents provide a rich coral reef plankton food and disperse their larvae. However, by themselves have recovered only a few of the damaged reefs. In the Coral Triangle (the water in Indonesia, Australia and Papua New Guinea), which is considered the most diverse from a biological point of view of the world’s oceans, lives 75% of all species of reef-building corals, and three thousand of the 3,700 species of reef fish the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
In Currently, almost 95% of coral reefs degraded. Scientists believe that the need is not new research, and large-scale action, training of local people the art of restoring ecosystems and funding of work with local communities to restore the vanishing of the marine environment. After all, if you do not take drastic action now to save coral reefs in the future will not succeed. Scientists have recognized climate change, a major threat to health experts from University College London, together with doctors and climatologists have found that climate change poses a serious threat to health in the xxi century. The study authors believe that virtually all health problems will worsen in the background of climate change – from heat stroke and heart defects to salmonellosis and diseases carried by insects. But at the same time, with regret scientists, the impact of climate change on human health will never be imposed in a number of important issues of any organization in the health field. Only now the Royal Society of Physicians of Great Britain called the problem ‘number one priority. ” Researchers note that the increase in temperature of two degrees may already be a strong influence on the ecosystem of the environment and human health