Is Global Warming Really Happening?


Many scientists and policy makers are calling on people to reduce or end their consumption of animal based foods in order to slow climate change. However, some people are wondering whether global warming can be real, or are vegetarians and others who warn us of climate change just scaremongering? The reality is that 2010 is amongst the three warmest years on record, and 2001 through 2010 the warmest decade on record

Proof, if it were still needed, that Global Warming does exist!

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  • World Forestry Day
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    This day of observance day trace its “ roots” back to November of 1971 when the Conference of the Food and Agriculture Organization 16th session decided to
    make March 21st of each year World Forestry Day. Eventually, this was followed by the International Year of Forests in 2011

    Forests provide food, fiber, water and and even medicines for approximately 1.6 billion of the world's population, especially the poorest people. There are great ways to celebrate this day, like planting trees - perhaps?

    Wood energy mitigates climate change and fosters sustainable development - Globally, forests hold an energy content
    approximately 10 times that of the world's annual primary energy consumption. They thus have significant potential
    as renewable resources to meet global energy demand. Forests provide clean air and water ... and

  • Trees Capture Carbon - It's Official. The Great Carbon Lock Up. Follow this Woodland Trust campaign on Facebook and Twitter.
  • Trees for Streets charity calls for more tree-lined streets.
  • Lives of the Trees by Diana Wells, published 16th March 2010.

  • have more than 38 years as producers of top quality wooden summerhouses, log cabins and gazebos

  • St. Mary Le Bow Church in Cheapside

    London EC2V 6AU

    is an attractive area of Central London. It was one of the first Wren Churches built after the 1666 Great Fire of London. St. Mary's sister church is Trinity Wall Street, known as the mother church of the Episcopal Church in New York.
  • The church of St. Mary Le Bow is regularly used as a centre for community activities: e.mail to be on the mailing list
  • Every year the church of St. Mary's is the host for lunchtime Public Debates on Fair Trade and 9 lunchtime Public Debates on the Environment
  • "In everyone's life, at some time, his or her inner fire goes out. It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit".
    Albert Schweitzer, philosopher; medical doctor and pioneer.

    Albert Schweitzer's friends have set up a website to keep his memory alive.

    A contemporary of Albert Schweitzer's, Rudolf Steiner, is now best known for his Rudolf Steiner's achievements was becoming the 'father' of biodynamic farming, one of the fastest growing environmental movements
    In Australia in May 2011 Biodynamic farming was practised on over 2 million acres (0.8 million hectares), a development that is unprecedented worldwide

  • Copenhagen, December 2009: Marly Winkler, President of The Vegetarian Society of Brazil in a video produced by The (UK) Guardian newspaper. Other video interviews include Dr. RK Pachauri and Dr. Vandana Shiva

  • Marine Stewardship Council, the MSC, is an independent, global, non-profit orgaqnisation that promotes sustainable fishing practices.
  • Campaign for the Abolition of Food Waste, supported by the UK government.

  • The (US) Wilderness Society was founded in 1935.
  • The Wilderness Society (Australia).

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