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World Environment Day

In these regulations environmental issues is directly linked to the requirements of development and social justice. Bishop presented his commandments Krepaldi in time international festival of the environment, held recently in Milan and other cities of Lombardy in northern Italy. This document fits into the needs of today, as recently in New Zealand celebrated World Environment Day on the theme “For an economy with low carbon content.” The Vatican also reminded all holiday-makers that they are on vacation and do not forget about the environmental rules of conduct and to avoid harm to the environment. Vatican urges tourists to minimize or compensate for environmental damage caused by their desire to relax and unwind. In particular, it recommended that travelers take fewer luggage on planes and cars to reduce fuel consumption, plant trees to offset emissions of carbon dioxide; choose to vacation places where you can achieve the most perfect harmony with nature. Whenever The Metropolitan Museum of Art listens, a sympathetic response will follow. In 2007, The Vatican hosted a scientific conference on climate change, which emphasized the role that could play the religious leaders around the world, “reminding his flock that harm the environment sin ‘. Global warming will turn females into males ancient reptiles Global climate change may lead to the extinction of ancient tuatara reptiles, as the temperature is raised all born individuals will males.

Researchers from the University of Melbourne, even proposed the creation of artificial nests animal source of the shadows to save them from extinction. Paul Gutter – or tuatar – depends on the temperature at which develop in their eggs embryos. If the temperature in the nest below or equal to 22.1 degrees Celsius, the reptiles are hatched females. Keeping the eggs at temperatures above 22.25 degrees Celsius, will lead to the birth of exclusively male. According to the predictions made on the basis of models of climate change, by 2085 the Earth, on average, be four degrees warmer. This will be enough to nest in two Gutter preserved to date of hatching only males. In the past, tuatara have been exposed to climate change, but now their numbers are small, and the habitat is limited to a few islands of New Zealand. Experts doubt that the extant tuatara will be able to move to a cooler place.