2014 - 07 - 31
JK Jitka Kudlackova Jewels, a leading jewellery company, has decided to support butterfly rescue. The company has prepared an original jewel collection inspired by disappearing gems of European meadows – butterflies. Part of the proceeds from the sale of the collection called „Our Butterflies“ will serve to rescue endangered butterflies.
Butterflies belong to the most beautiful but also the most endangered inhabitants of European nature. During the years 1990 to 2011 the number of …
2014 - 06 - 30
This May was the warmest May ever on the Earth in the temperature measurement history. That was announced by American experts from American National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) who were cited by AP agency. The average temperature on the Earth in May reached 15.54 degrees Celsius and broke a four-year-old record. In April the average temperature on the Earth matched a record value from year 2010. Historical records about temperatures go back to year …
2014 - 05 - 31
The wild cat has returned to the Czech Republic after more than sixty years. That can be seen in snaps from camera traps in National park Sumava and Beskydy Protected Landscape Area. The photos were taken in 2011 and 2013, but experts have published them now. For a long time they were verifying if the snaps really were of the wild cat.
The information has been made public by Friends of the Earth Czech Republic …
2014 - 04 - 30
Proceeding climate changes presented themselves by extreme weather in Europe during recent weeks. This March was mostly very warm and dry on the continent. For example, in Slovakia the average monthly air temperature in March exceeded the level of 10 degrees Celsius for the first time in the whole history of measuring. The record was broken at almost all the Slovakian meteorological stations. In Košice, for instance, the temperature was about 5.5 degrees Celsius above …
2014 - 03 - 31
Temperature changes connected with global warming will also impact unique ecosystems all over the world. Even small temperature oscillations are often enough to cause their devastation. For example, coastal ecosystems in the north-west Scotland, as well as the polar bear population can experience destruction. Climatologists then warn the restoration of such damaged ecosystems is impossible.
This is stated in the second part of the complex report on the climate state of the Earth issued recently …