From an Oslo perspective, where I live, but also from a Poland perspective, where my family and friends are, I observe that the climate is warmer now, compare with how it was when I was growing up. Severe winter, as… Read More ›
Overwhelming majority, 97% of 12.000 peer-reviewed papers revile a position on global warming saying humans are causing it. The original article is published at http://www.guardian.co.uk by Dana Nuccitelli and John Abraham. By clicking on the link you can read the… Read More ›
This article was originaly published at http://www.rappler.com on the 27th of March 2013, author Karl Malakunas, Agence France-Presse. MANILA, Philippines – Teresita Mabignay does her ironing using free electricity on the slope of a garbage dump, an unlikely beneficiary of… Read More ›
Europe’s green stories Europe is getting environmental friendly. There are stories to prove this statement. You can follow some of them here. The first episode is about green transportation from Poland, a taxi service that provides the highest levels of… Read More ›
This article was originally published at http://www.stumbleupon.com on the 22.02.2013, Author Lidija Grozdanic. Researchers at Ohio State University have discovered a new way to extract energy from coal while preventing 99 percent of the carbon dioxide from being released into… Read More ›
I would like to welcome you to europas.eu’ new project A World You Like With A Climate You Like. When I created this web page over a year ago, I new that there are places, countries, families that care for… Read More ›
National Science Foundation, in it’s news, shows evidence of changes taking place in the atmosphere which affect the climate on the Earth. The concern regards the permafrost, the frozen ground in the Arctic areas. Because of a warming atmosphere, permafrost… Read More ›
In this episode: What does Carbon Capture and Storage means and what happens to CO2 after storing into the underground?