Brazil Concern

Time on environmental hours that have been invented by the Japan Fund Asahi Glass Foundation, is calculated based on a survey 757 politicians and scholars from 93 countries worldwide. Position arrows from zero to 3 hours means 'lack of concern about the environmental catastrophe', from 3 to 6 hours – 'Some concern', from 6 to 9:00 – 'considerable concern', and from 9 to 12 hours – 'extreme concern'. Subject the last transfer of arrows 11 minutes ago, now the environmental clock is 9 hours and 22 minutes. The maximum time characterizing the near approach of an environmental catastrophe, it was on the ecological clock in last year. Experts believe that slowing the clock is associated with an active policy of the new U.S. administration on the implementation of sustainable energy sources. It is not excluded that an important role in the transfer time ago played and the global financial crisis, due to which production has decreased, and accordingly the emission of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.

In Brazil – the campaign for the preservation of the ecosystem savannah in India – a census of tigers The Brazilian Government has announced the start of large-scale campaign to combat illegal logging Brazilian savannah. Violators of environmental laws will deal with land, air and even from space. The authorities intend to widely apply the experience gained in protecting and restoring forests of Amazonia. The problem of preservation of ecosystems, the shroud has become very topical in Brazil. Currently, the central savanna lost already 48% natural vegetation.