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Taking Urgent Action to Stop the Melting Polar Ice

Customer Support"We have passed the tipping points, but, we have not passed a point of no return. We can still roll things back in time but it is going to require a quick turn in direction."
-- Dr. James Hansen
Top Climatologist of NASA

Many people are aware that global warming has serious implications for all life on our planet. Animal farming, the burning of fossil fuels by factories, power stations, cars and other forms of transport release huge amounts of gases such as carbon dioxide and methane. These gases create a "green house" effect by trapping the Sun's heat and warming our planet and atmosphere. However, few people know of the immediate effect that this is having on our Earth. Did you know that from September 3 to 9, 2007, (in just 6 days) 69,000 square miles of Arctic ice melted and disappeared? That's a piece of ice the size of the state of Florida, USA. The American space agency, NASA, recently revealed satellite images showing that this summer alone, 552 billion tons of ice had melted from the Greenland ice sheet.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with US former Vice-President Al Gore, is bringing attention to this critical situation. On Tuesday, January 15, IPCC Chairman, Dr. Rajendra Pachauri, announced at a press conference the urgency of the matter and stated that "lifestyle changes" are one thing that can halt climate change. His message was loud and clear: Don't eat meat, ride a bike, and be a frugal shopper -- that's how you can help put the brake on global warming.


Rising sea level and loss of habitats
Scientists are extremely worried because the melting ice is causing a faster rate of global warming as well as immediate changes in climate and weather systems. The reason is because the sea ice acts as a mirror, reflecting about 80% of the Sun's heat energy back into space. If you take away this mirror, the Sun's heat will be absorbed directly into the oceans, raising the water temperature more, which in turn melts more ice and causes more warming of the Earth and the seas.

Robert Correll, a scientist who chairs the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment, said, "If there is no ice, the ocean is going to continue to heat, and that is going to accelerate the global warming process." In fact, according to research from University of Washington's Michael Steele, summer surface temperatures of the Arctic Ocean are the highest ever in recorded history, with some places being 8 degrees Fahrenheit above normal.

The melting of the polar ice caps and the consequent warming of the Earth's seas could have very serious ramifications according to John Atcheson, a geologist who has headed various government agencies. According to his research, 400,000 million tons of methane gas are trapped in ice structures beneath the ocean floors, which might be released into the atmosphere if the water's temperature increases by a few degrees. This could be disastrous because methane is 20 times stronger than carbon dioxide as a greenhouse gas. So, if this massive amount of trapped methane were to be released in to the atmosphere, it would likely cause run-away global warming with devastating consequences for our planet.


Oceanic poisonous gases
The effects of global warming on the sea's temperatures have lead to the occurrence of "dead zones" in the ocean. These are massive areas of water that have no life due to oxygen deprivation and the release of poisonous hydrogen sulfide gas (H2S). According to reports from the United Nations, over 200 of these dead zones now exist. One that emerged in the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Oregon, USA, in the last year has increased four times in size. Jane Lubchenco, a professor of marine biology at Oregon State University said that there is nearly a complete absence of oxygen in this area. When the oxygen disappears a new bacteria takes over and produces hydrogen sulfide gas, which is lethal to most marine and terrestrial life. The two main reasons for the lower levels of oxygen in the water are both related to global warming: (1) As the water gets warmer it has less ability to absorb oxygen; (2) The disruption of the water currents and weather prevents oxygen being transported to the area. Some scientists say that this could be a sign of things to come for the Earth's oceans.

We can reverse this!

Vegetarian / Vegan Diet,
the Most Effective Way
to Stop Global Warming


"Don't eat meat, ride a bike, and be a frugal shopper -- that's how you can help brake global warming."
-- Dr. Rajendra K. Pachauri,
Chairman, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Paris, January 15, 2008
There are numerous ways that are commonly known to reduce carbon dioxide emissions: reducing fossil fuel usage; engaging in renewable energies such as solar or wind power; reducing, reusing and recycling everyday items; driving a fuel-efficient or alternative energy car; using energy-saving electronics, and others. Yet the most powerful way to stop global warming is to adopt a vegetarian diet!

In a press conference on January 15, held by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the head of the IPCC, Dr. Pachuari warned that if the human race doesn't act now, "climate change will have serious impacts." He also clearly stated that the way to halt climate change is to stop eating meat, and make a change to a greener lifestyle.

Industrialized animal-based agriculture is "astonishingly" the main cause of environmental destruction and greenhouse gas emissions.

Raising animals for food is one of the largest sources of carbon dioxide and the single largest source of both methane and nitrous oxide emissions. The livestock sector accounts for 9 percent of carbon dioxide, 65 percent of nitrous oxide and 37 percent of methane produced from human-related activities. Both methane (20 times) and nitrous oxide (296 times) are considerably more potent greenhouse gases than carbon dioxide. Livestock also generates 64 percent of human-related ammonia, which contributes to acid rain.


It is also a major source of land and water damage and pollution. Livestock currently use 30 percent of the Earth's land surface, and even more land and water is used to grow the feed for livestock. According to Mr. Steinfeld, the senior author of the Food and Agriculture Organization report, Livestock's Long Shadow-Environmental Issues and Options, livestock is the "major driver of deforestation ... some 70 percent of former forests in the Amazon have been turned over to grazing." In addition, animal-based agriculture causes land degradation. About 20 percent of pastures are degraded through overgrazing, compaction and erosion. It is also responsible for vast water consumption and pollution. In the USA alone, trillions of gallons of irrigation water is used to grow crops to feed animals annually. This is about 85 percent of the USA's fresh water resources. Animals also generate excessive amounts of biological waste for the ecosystem to take.


The New York Times : January 27, 2008

The Huge Flow of Animal Waste






Livestock's High Energy Costs






Water consumption in generating one kilo of food in US animal-based agriculture


1 kg of meat


Water (liter)

Beef

1,000,000

Soybean

2,000

Rice

1,912

Wheat

900

Potato

500


The choice is right in your kitchen

The choice is right in your kitchen: Even if one chooses to close their eyes to the ethical cruelty in animal-based agriculture, the urgency of stopping climate change and how to do it is clear. And it's not just the vegetarians or environmentalists who are saying it; now the head of an international body, Dr. Pachauri, has announced to the world that the effects of meat-eating are detrimental to our planet and that we should stop eating meat in order to turn things around. Yet it comes down to people's choice. We're all responsible for a cooler, cleaner and healthier Earth. So simply start in your kitchen: choose a vegetarian diet and help reverse climate change.


Reference:
http://www.goveg.com/environment-globalwarming.asp
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kathy-freston/vegetarian-is-the-new-pri_b_39014.html
http://suprememastertelevision.com/webtv/
http://www.satyamag.com/feb07/eshel.html

Dr. Will Turtle: The world peace diet chapter 11 and the references used therein
http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5iIVBkZpOUA9Hz3Xc2u-61mDlrw0Q
http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=20772&Cr=global&Cr1=warming
http://www.news.cornell.edu/releases/Aug97/livestock.hrs.html


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