Climate change kills plants endemic to the mountains of Europe

Climate change is forcing many to migrate to the tops of the plants of the hills and mountains, and this movement is the most negative impact on the lives of many endemic plants in the mountains of Europe, which ultimately "invaders" from the lower tiers, say climate scientists in a paper published in the journal Science.

In the last decade, climate scientists found evidence of a "flight" of many plants and animals from their familiar climates to cooler due to climate change. In August 2011, British climate scientists have shown that tropical plants "escape" is 17.6 kilometers away from the

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Settlement of Australia elephants and rhinos to help cope with forest fires burning on every green continent

Australian ecologist at the University of Tasmania in Hobart (Australia) offers to settle Australia wild elephants, rhinos and other large mammals in order to save the country from the destructive fires. David Bowman (David Bowman) said that to cope with fires in Australian forest-steppes can only taking drastic decisions.

Ecologist notes that what is happening in the world of climate change makes it even worse fires in the country. Every year the area traversed by the fire, is growing rapidly. Fires cause great damage to farmland ecosystems of Australia. The fire killed both humans and wild animals. Scientists believe

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Major landslide in Ecuador

A vast array of flora and fauna has been taken down an avalanche of land formed a channel length of 120 meters, a width of 70 and a depth of 10 meters. The landslide occurred as a result of torrential rains continued in the region since the beginning of January.

Remain at risk of vanishing new landslides, so the locals prefer not to go near for fear of being buried alive.

"Excessive vibration shook many houses in the village, the ground shook for several minutes. Many are scared and left their homes," said one eyewitness.

Fortunately, people

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National Park Onega Pomerania established in Arkhangelsk

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, his decree established the National Park "Onega Pomorie," the press service of the government.

National Park with total area of 201 thousand hectares is created on the Onega peninsula on forest land and water fund lands (in the waters of Bay of the White Sea UNSC).

Park was established to preserve the Arkhangelsk region of natural complexes and objects of great environmental and scientific importance, including as habitat for rare and endangered species of flora and fauna listed in the Red Book of Russia. It is also about the protection of unique array of old-growth

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Britain occupied insect kanibaly

Britain is in shock from the invasion of Asian ladybugs cannibals. Extremely voracious insects lack of food began to attack their fellows.

Some species of British ladybirds already on the brink of extinction because of the invasion of one species of Asian ladybugs, so-called "Harlequin" (Harmonia volatile, Harmonia axyridis).

Suffering people — insects occupied a niche cockroaches massively selyas wintering in homes. The "harlequin" perfectly coexists with other types of bugs in their habitats in north-east Asia.

Because the ladybug with extraordinary greed consumes aphids and other pests, it decided to get to North America and Europe. This rash decision

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Maldives will become a Biosphere Reserve

Leaders of Maldives issued a first-ever initiative to voluntarily turning the entire state in the biosphere reserve. Thus, the country is trying to deliver on the Indian Conference COP 11 and the International Conference RIO +20 commitment to biodiversity conservation.

To fully considered sanctuary, Maldives should ensure that before the end of 2017, more than half of their atolls come under the protection of new environmental programs. UN welcomed the intention of Maldivian leadership, as it is quite a large-scale operation, which in the future are extremely important results. For other island states Maldives will be a great example

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The unique natural complexes of South Africa could die from climate change

These unique nature of South Africa, as the Kruger National Park (Kruger National Park), the penguin colony at the Cape of Good Hope and blooming desert Karoo (Karoo), may die because of global climate change. This writes the Associated Press on the eve of the international climate summit which opens in Durban, South Africa, next week.

Kruger National Park is already reduced the number of zebra and antelope, wildebeest, because their pastures are overgrown with bushes. In the desert Karoo marked mass death of unique plants that are found nowhere else in the world, and which cover the ground carpet

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What happens when the pole shift

Even among the well-informed a lot of people will die — because of the reluctance to check the facts, alien personal beliefs. If you are not inclined to listen to independent experts, written in what you will not convince. Why instructions on survival to those who do not want to part with the accumulated belongings? If your desire to save the family stronger everyday stereotypes, read carefully and follow active — time is against you.

Forecasts

In many written sources mentioned the expected cataclysm, but it is tied to 1999 — 2000, the year. The latest research has found in

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Fire in Ecuador destroyed 180 hectares of tropical forests

A forest fire in the province of Zamora Chinchipe, in the south-east of Ecuador, lasted two days and brought significant damage to nature, devastating 180 hectares of jungle.

Yesterday, firefighters managed to maintain control over the hearth fire and prevent it to spread further, but in the vast area of primary Amazonian forest left the ashes. It is not known who was responsible for this disaster.

The fire started on Saturday afternoon, October 22, in the National Park near the village Rodokarpus Sabanilya center, 38 km from the canton of Zamora, the provincial capital, where the research station in San

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The disappearance of the Aral Sea

Aral Sea — endorheic salt lake in Central Asia, on the border between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Since the 1960s of the XX century the sea level (and the amount of water in it) is declining rapidly due to diversion of water from the main supply of the Amudarya and Syrdarya. Prior to the shoaling of the Aral Sea was the fourth largest lake in the world. Over-extraction of water for irrigation of agricultural land in the world has made the fourth-largest lake, the sea, above the rich life in the barren desert. What is happening to the Aral Sea —

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