Oceans are economic superpowers

Water pollution, Chia, Huangpu, Water stress, water shortage, government, project, climate change

Chinese sanitation workers in Shanghai fish out thousands of dead pigs found floating in the Huangpu (March 2013)

The economical value of the oceans is analyzed by the University of Queensland and the Boston Consulting Group, as the seventh largest economy in the world.

The oceans are representing a value of 23,8 trillion dollars. Listed just below the UK and over Brazil.

This result has been presented in the report ‘Reviving the Ocean Economy‘, commissioned by the World Wildlife Fund Read More

Change Climate Change. 60 minutes next saturday

Climate Change, Earth Hour, WWF, Pollution, movement, global warming, sea level rising, weather extremes

Close the lights, saturday March 28th

Close your lights for 1 hour, next Saturday, March 28th, at 8:30 pm local time. Saturday it is Earth Hour, a worldwide moment for the planet organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature. Please join.

Close your lights and use your power. Where ever you are in the world.

One hour no power. Join the activism against global warming, pollution, climate change, science awareness and extreme weather. Read More