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The hourglass of this world

We from our site of the West European continent also resolved to do everything possible to show what goes wrong in this world. To this end, we hope that readers who come here, shall appreciate our writings and shall take the necessary steps to help to share these articles with others.

Is the Top a Flop

We are in an era of upheaval, termed by some as a polycrisis, and Cop27 was never itself going to resolve the biggest of these – the climate emergency. Indeed, the most significant recent progress may well have already happened far from Sharm El-Sheikh, in the form of the American midterm elections and the rapprochement between the US and China, the two world’s largest emitters, on climate issues at the G20 in Bali.

‘Bleak’ findings come from report at Cop27

We are in the fight of our lives and we are losing. Our planet is fast approaching tipping points that will make climate chaos irreversible. We are on a highway to climate hell with our foot on the accelerator,

A third of Pakistan left underwater

The Big Question Why is Pakistan flooding? Approximately one third of Pakistan is currently lying underwater after the South Asian country was hit by flooding the likes of which has not been seen for 30 years, according to prime minister Shehbaz Sharif.   “There is an ocean of floodwater everywhere,” Mr Sharif told the AFPContinue reading “A third of Pakistan left underwater”

E is for everything

Dear reader Energy.   We’ve spent hundreds of years trying to understand it. We’ve picked it apart, harnessed it and herded it into equations like E = mc2 and E = 1/2m x v2 to baffle successive generations of schoolchildren.   Energy is no less central today than it was in the days of NewtonContinue reading “E is for everything”

Pakistan warned the world of their coming floods – they were ignored

Flash flooding from ‘monster monsoon’ washes away villages and crops and leaves thousands homeless in Pakistan

The Guardian looking at the third week of August 2022

Whilst the Kremlin is trying to do something unprecedented: to steal another state’s nuclear reactor, the West feels the results of the different sanctions because of the war, in its purse, presenting Europe with a cost of living crisis.

The Guardian looking at the first week of August

The Guardian looks at women footballers and at researchers that warn that climate breakdown could exacerbate or trigger other catastrophic risks, plus further events for the first week of August 2022.

The supreme court has left the US with no plan for the climate crisis

The US supreme court has restricted the ability of the world’s largest historical carbon polluter to address the climate crisis.

With all eyes on Ukraine, our planet lost out at this week’s G7 summit

The G7 countries have once again proved that they are morally bankrupt and have no real intention to solve the climate crisis and take responsibility for this crisis caused by their disproportionate use and relentless support for fossil fuels