16th August 2008.
What the heck are the Russians up to now?
Invading and destroying infrastructure in Georgia. If they are allowed to get away with this then what comes next?
Monday 15th January 2007.
After weeks of negotiation many Asian nations have reportedly signed an agreement that tackles atmospheric pollution but does not cap the pollution and emission of carbon and other gases into the atmosphere but rather covers it up by saying they will promote using bio fuels according to a recent report from the BBC.
Dr Sherwood has already warned that unless serious reduction of carbon and other greenhouse gases are reduced immediately the consequences will be disastrous in the next 2 years. Dr Sherwood has also stated that we need to go beyond Kyoto and be even far more radical in the changes and the major nations need to lead the way to a rapid decline in carbon emissions. and the development of alternative energy supply as well as the use of bio fuels and clean burning technologies.
Over the past few years he has report many changes that were more accurate than most scientific predictions due to his knowledge and information on the cascade effect that takes place in our own atmosphere.
The recent breakup of the ice shelf in Canada that was the size of Rhode Island will this summer become a problem in itself. The North Atlantic current which warms most of northern Europe, UK and North America will be affected by this sudden release of cold water. Even though the ice itself is sea ice and not fresh water ice as would be the case if this were land ice the fact remains that this one event will cause a chain reaction of events that are irreversible.
Many industrial nations and their governments always claim who is going to pay for it and no we cannot do that it would cost billions in revenue.
Ok! So it costs money but hey lets face it! 'WHAT DO YOU WANT THE CHANCE TO MAKE UP THE LOSSES OR NO CHANCE AT ALL DUE TO A PLANET THAT IS UNINHABITABLE!"
Please, when money comes before lives and the planet then its time to look at a new decision making paradigm.