World No Tobacco Day

Topics of issue: The Australian scientist proposes to change the color of the sky. 31 May – World No Tobacco Day. Leningrad Zoo fined for helping rescued seals. Fans of kebabs in the capital left the parks' fruit civilization '. Review article offers of the week: Day of the nature of Russian State Ecological Committee and in Russia may be a new environmental holiday and new environmental agency. Environmentalists against the development of the West Kamchatka shelf. State Duma deputies have offered to increase fines for damage to nature. ture choices.

Water – the most expensive resource on the planet? Algae stop global warming on Earth. The Japanese invented the mobile phone with a measure of air purity. U.S. 'nanopolotentse' clean sea of oil. Review of the week from 26.05.2008 to 06.01.2008.

—- A short review of the major environmental news for the week. Australian scientist proposes to change the color of the sky on Climate Change Earth occur so quickly that perhaps mankind will have to pump sulfur into the atmosphere to stop these changes and to survive, says Australian scientist Tim Flannery. Go to Gary Kelly for more information. In his view, the sulfur in gaseous form to injected into the stratosphere in order to prevent the penetration of sunlight and slow global warming. 'As a result, the sky will change "- said Professor … —- 31 May – World No Tobacco Day At the suggestion of World Health Organization (WHO), this year's World No Tobacco Day is held under the theme 'Tobacco-Free Youth'. WHO calls for global cooperation to protect young people from the ravages effects of consumption of tobacco smoke … —- Leningrad Zoo fined for helping rescued seals Leningrad Zoo Veterinarians past few months, nursed in the Red List of seals and seal found that residents of the Leningrad region. Abnormally warm winter has threatened the existence of local populations. However, from the district veterinary inspection recently came the decision: "To pay a fine and a rehabilitation center to close '… —- Fans of kebabs in the capital left the parks 'the fruits of civilization' Capital environmentalists tested in a specially protected park in Moscow at the height of springtime picnics and barbeques. As it turned out, the residents of the capital rather care of nature … —- The full texts of these and other news can be found at in this release, distribution: 301 issue a weekly mailing of environmental Subscribe to our mailing list available at this page.