Topics of release: A new method for calculating the damage to water bodies. World No Tobacco Day. Garbage island in the Pacific. Changed the list of prohibited activities in Lake Baikal. Rating of the most interesting open plant and animal species. The world’s largest oil spills from ships. —- Review article save a planet from global warming white and gray roofs of the road? Ministry of Natural Resources introduced a new method for calculating the damage to water facilities and offers a stimulating recycling. The business summit in Denmark, discussed global warming and ‘green energy’.
Third of a million people die each year of the Earth from the effects of global climate change. Baltic Sea facing environmental disaster. White save the planet from global warming. In sea stars warming has a positive effect. Alien plants grow better outside of their homeland. The fastest rate of global warming – in Uzbekistan. Date Week World No Tobacco Day. Photo fact of the week: The Island of debris in the Pacific.
—- A short review of the major environmental news for the week. —- Authorities have changed the list of prohibited activities in near Lake Baikal Russian government has a list of prohibited activities in the central ecological zone of the Baikal natural territory vsootvetstvie with the current forest legislation of Russia – change This list signed May 19, 2009 Prime Minister Vladimir Putin … —- Compiled rating open in 2008, the most interesting species of plants and animals, experts of the International Research Institute of the University of Arizona with an international committee of taxonomists published rating of the ten most interesting species of plants and animals, first described in 2008, news agencies reported. It includes the hippocampus size pea, coffee trees without caffeine, the bacteria that inhabit the foam for hair styling, a very small snake, the length of 104 mm, a very large insect half-meter … —- The world’s largest oil spills from ships one of the largest oil spills from ships is a disaster that occurred on the Atlantic coast of France in 1978. Then a hundred kilometers from the Brittany peninsula crashed against the rocks of an American oil tanker ‘Amoco Cadiz’. In the water spilled 223,000 tons oil, forming a spot size of two thousand square kilometers. Oil also spread to 360 kilometers of coast of France. According to some scholars, the ecological balance in this region is not restored yet then .