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Human Induced Climate Change -- Ozone, carbon dioxide, methane and other greenhouse gases are causing Earth's atmosphere to retain heat. The effects of global warming combined with other forms of pollution are having a detrimental impact on our environment.
Global Warming Research & Population Study -- The Fossil Fuel Party's Over. A summary forecast of fuel and electricity alternatives to oil, natural gas, nuclear and coal.
Pollution Cause And Effect: Human activities are causing climate change. To a large extent, pollution, such as ozone and carbon, is changing the environment. Water, pests, animals and plants are experiencing the impact.
The Ozone Know Zone: What can I do to help with the ozone problem? Tropospheric ozone is low level ozone caused by humans. Tropospheric ozone is "bad ozone" that causes health problems in humans, plants to die and other destructive results.
Emissions Trading in the Commodities Markets: Carbon Credits, Offset Programs and Pollution Reduction Systems. An experiment in emissions trading, peak shavings, carbon credits and other pollution solutions. From planting trees to energy generation, the articles are an approach to research.
OIL: world consumption, millions of barrels per day, petroleum, fossil fuels, natural gas, gasoline, OPEC countries, consumers, politics, governments, money and the search for more efficient transport, heating and electric.
Energy Policy: world oil consumption, fuel cells, hybrid cars, non-gasoline automobiles, conservation, alternative sources, global warming, health issues, costs and benefits
Fuel Cell Experimental Stock Portfolio: Fuel cells are an up-and-coming technology that may someday rival traditional residential electricity and heating systems. However, it is important to note that environmentally, "fuel cells are not really going to do anything."
Nuclear Energy May Be the Only Solution to Global Warming, Greenhouse Gases and the Pollution Problem: Humans are causing climate change through pollution and the affect on the Earth's atmosphere and weather.
Energy & Global Warming Facts: Almost all scientists agree that global warming is a problem. What can be done about all the pollution?
Low Impact Gardening & Farming: How you can participate with diet and fitness. A guide to growing food, health and wellness.
Climate Change Q: What can I do to help fight global warming? A: Eat less meat.
Energy Per Person: If I were to donate my body to science, how much energy could be produced from my mass?
Sustainable Living: Sustainability Index of Resources, Experiments, Studies and Projects
MyEnergyTech.com: Information technology companies' project to reduce global warming using energy efficient practices, conservation and savings.
Additional Reference Material on Global Warming: Articles and news stories on climate change, glaciers melting, animal and plant extinction, sea level rising, pests and other impacts of pollution.