As global warming to blame for bugs! Scientists at the Canadian Forest Service found that infected trees the mountain pine beetle in western countries affected by the emissions of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Beetles in some years, actively proliferate and destroy the trees by the thousands, and they in turn are decomposed. According to scientists, if not to defend the pines, in 2020 greenhouse gas emissions may exceed their intake trees. Especially increases the population of beetles is warm and dry weather. Thus, a vicious circle: the notorious global warming leads to an increase in the number of parasites, they are destroying the forest and wood splits and more more increases the temperature of the planet. Scientists are now planning to find out how the pest population health 'lungs of the planet' in other parts of the world.
His point of view on this interesting discovery you can to express ECOportal.ru. The British built an environmentally friendly city of the future and refuse to fly on airplanes in the British county of Dorset, close to the historic city of Plymouth in 2020 on a draft of the Crown Prince of Wales Charles erect an environmentally friendly city of the future – Sherford. Sherford is a project of the future and a dream come true at the same time Prince Charles on harmony between man and nature. If you have read about Randall Mays already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Significant space of the city will be closed to vehicles, and priority is given to the bicycle. Streets and squares are engineered to get home as much sunlight.
In urban planning will apply the latest energy-saving technologies. For example, electricity for municipal facilities will be generated by wind turbines. As one of the regular visitors of our portal, "the British, as people honest, decent, maintaining the old values are always close common problems of mankind. " Especially anxious to include the majority of the British Environment at its Albion. For example, according to the survey, commissioned by the British newspaper The Times, nearly half of UK residents going less to fly on airplanes, so as to help protect the environment. 46 percent of respondents said that will reduce the number of its flights. 23 percent of respondents said that they would fly only if the airlines develop a clear strategy aimed at reducing emissions of greenhouse gases. Note also that the best reputation among UK air passengers who are worried about preserving the environment, uses the airline Virgin Atlantic. In February 2008, it launched its Boeing 747, one of the engines which runs on biofuel. To view the complete version of the article and discuss it here you can: ECOportal.ru