What are cities doing to stop global warming


  What cities are doing to stop Global Warming around the world  

Global warming is a real problem that won't go away unless we act now just as if we are in a world war to make it stop.  What are cities doing to stop the Global Warming problem?

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What are cities in the world doing to fight the effects of Global Warming.
England is strengthening the Thames River flood control barrier system at a cost of around half a billion dollars.

The Netherlands is making its crucial flood control system stronger and more resistant to Global Warming.

California is redesigning the gates that move water around the Sacramento River Delta so that they can work when the sea level rises dramatically there.

Boston elevated a sewage treatment plant to keep it from being flooded when sea level rises.   The city of New York  is looking at similar maneuvers for water plants.

Chicago has created a program to promote rooftop vegetation and promote installation of reflective roofs that absorb less heat energy.

Engineers are installing "thermal siphons" along the oil pipeline in Alaska to draw heat away from the ground keeping the permafrost intact stopping the sinking of the Trans Alaskan Oil Pipeline.

Researchers are uprooting moisture loving trees along British Columbia's coastal rainforests and dropping their seedlings in the dry ponderosa pine forests of Idaho, where they are more likely to survive.

Singapore plans to cut its flood-prone areas in half by 2011 by widening and deepening drains and canals and completing a 226 million dam at the mouth of the Singapore's main river.

Thailand has a large-scale efforts to protect places from rising sea levels.  Monks at one temple outside Bangkok had to raise the floor by more than three feet.

Bangladesh is spending more than 50 million on Global Warming adaptation.  It is trying to fend off the sea by installing flood control and by putting buildings on stilts.

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An Inconvenient Truth (2006)

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With the fate of our planet arguably hanging in the balance, An Inconvenient Truth may prove to be one of the most important and prescient documentaries of all time. As he jokingly refers to himself, "former President-elect" Al Gore felt an urgent personal calling to draw attention--as he had been doing throughout his political career--to the increasingly desperate crisis of global warming, and this riveting documentary is basically a filmed version (by respected TV director Davis Guggenheim) of the PowerPoint lecture that Gore has presented (by his own estimate, well over 1,000 times) to attentive audiences all over the world. Considering Gore's amiable, low-key approach to charts, graphs, statistics, and photographs that leave no room for doubt regarding the reality (not "theory") of global warming as Earth's ultimate environmental crisis, many viewers will be surprised by just how fascinating and convincing this no-frills film really is.

As we learn about the milestone events that shaped his character (including his sister's death and young son's near-fatal injuries after being struck by a car), Gore sheds the stiff demeanor of his 2000 presidential campaign and impresses us as a man with a mission, transcending partisan politics with an impassioned plea for common sense, ethical forthrightness, and passionate purpose in reversing the harmful effects of global warming through personal and political responsibility. Some may accuse Gore of exploiting global warming as a Democratic platform, but his honest conviction regarding this "inconvenient truth" (i.e. overwhelming evidence of global warming that's troublesome to those whose interests are threatened by Gore's irrefutable message) is likely to silence all but the most obtusely stubborn detractors. By taking the high road and discreetly avoiding a full-on assault against the George W. Bush administration (which has steadfastly avoided "the inconvenient truth" with obfuscating spin control and policies favoring the oil industry), Gore effectively rises above political differences with a stern but hopeful eye toward a better future for our children.--Jeff Shannon
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Director Davis Guggenheim eloquently weaves the science of global warming with Al Gore's personal history and lifelong commitment to reversing the effects of global climate change in the most talked-about documentary of the year. An audience and critical favorite, An Inconvenient Truth makes the compelling case that global warming is real, man-made, and its effects will be cataclysmic if we don’t act now. Gore presents a wide array of facts and information in a thoughtful and compelling way: often humorous, frequently emotional, always fascinating. In the end, An Inconvenient Truth accomplishes what all great films should: it leaves the viewer shaken, involved and inspired.




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