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Mercury is one of thiol poisons blocking sulfhydryl groups of protein compounds and those violating the protein metabolism and the enzymatic activity of the body. Especially strongly it affects the nervous and excretory systems . When exposed to mercury may be acute (manifested rapidly and abruptly, typically at high doses) and chronic (effect of small mercury doses for a relatively long time) poisoning.
Reducing the negative effects of human activity - a rational strategy to combat global warming, even if the reason is different.
One of the most impressive places in Switzerland - a district huts Concordia in the canton of Valais. Here merge four of the glacier, one of which is the longest in the Alps. First hut was built in 1877 on the bank. Today, walking on a glacier in a foggy day, you risk to miss the hut: it hangs on a cliff at an altitude of 150 m above the glacier. Due to climate change in the average level of the glacier is lowered by one meter per year.
On September 28, Karakalpak regional branch Ecological Movement jointly with the Karakalpak Party Organization of the Ecological Party of Uzbekistan organized a round table at the Karakalpak State University named after Berdakh on the topic: “The role of eco-journalism in solving environmental problems”.
One of the significant events in the socio-political life of Uzbekistan was the appearance in January 2019 in the political arena of a new political force - the Ecological Party of Uzbekistan.
The proposal of the Ecological Party of Uzbekistan on the use of biodegradable bags to replace used plastic bags.
Global warming and climate policy for over a year are in the top of the German media. On Friday 20 September the climate march reached 1.4 million. People in 600 cities in Germany. More than 19 hours, including overnight on Friday, "climate study" thinking about the answer to the increasing criticism of the lack of government action to protect the climate.
And if simpler, then, without solving the problem of food waste, climate change is unstoppable.
When people talk about how they would reduce greenhouse gas emissions, is always referred to as energy, transport and industry. But all tend to forget that 10% of all global greenhouse gas emissions is agriculture.
With up to 23 held a "Regional Training on water diplomacy with emphasis on negotiation and mediation skills from a gender perspective," September 25, 2019 in Almaty (Kazakhstan). The organizers meropryaitiya vystupiliSekretariat the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, Vienna (OSCE), the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) and Regionalnyyekologichesky tsentrTsentralnoy Asia (CAREC), with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland.