Norvergence: 6 steps to save Polar Bears

Novergence operates as an NGO across the United States of America. The motto is to make sure that every citizen throughout the world understands his/her responsibility towards the environment.

Norvergence partners with various communities, governments, companies, and individuals to address the factors affecting the earth temperature. Environmentalists at Norvergence present their data in a systematic manner with proper scientific backup (facts and figures).

In this post, Norvergence is going to share 6 steps to save polar bears.


Norvergence: Global Climate Strike on 20th September 2019

Norvergence has recently reported about the 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunbergy. She protested outside the Swedish parliament regarding the need for immediate action to control climate change. Greta has also been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by three members of the Norwegian parliament.


Her moment known as, “Fridays for Future” has grown at a rapid rate and people across the globe have campaigned in order to save the environment.

Now, the good news is Norvergence found that on 20th September 2019, there will be global climate strike, called by Fridays for Future, the Youth Climate Strike movements, and many other international organizations.

Source: Time Magazine

The stickers that went viral displayed a message to adults,

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“To change everything, we need everyone. It is time for all of us to unleash mass resistance — we have shown that collective action does work. We need to escalate the pressure to make sure that change happens, and we must escalate together.

The team at Norvergence will be participating in the strike and we hope that our viewers also come in large numbers.

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Norvergence: Around 4 Environmentalists are Killed Every Week

According to a London-based organization, Global Witness, around 4 environmentalists are killed every week across the globe. Many of the killers include gangsters, smugglers, government troops, paramilitaries, etc.

Norvergence spread this report on every possible medium so that maximum number of people got to know about this. Also, the team at Norvergence tried to found out the reasons behind the killings. It includes agri-business, hydropower, and mining.

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The reality of global warming: scary facts, and possible future consequences

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Motivation & Environment

It’s very likely that most people would feel uncomfortable if too much heat-emitting activities (such as cooking, use of electrical appliances, etc.) occur in their houses; in addition, most people would feel “very very” uncomfortable if there are no escape routes for heat generated from too many activities that produce heat, and make their houses difficult to stay in.

If the statements in the previous paragraph are true, then imagine how much more uncomfortable all living things on Earth would feel as a result of negative impacts man-made (artificial) activities on the environment—especially when generated heat is trapped within Earth’s atmosphere.

Man-made activities, such as breeding/raising livestock, and burning of fossil fuels (coal, natural gas, and oil to power industries, vehicles, and appliances in homes) usually release high quantities of carbon dioxide, methane, etc., into the atmosphere.

These gases, along with nitrous oxide and chlorofluorocarbons (CFC’s), amongst others, are greenhouse…

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Global Warming: The British Isles

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I have been on and off the fence for years, regarding Global Warming, or Climate Change, if you prefer. I am still not as fired up as some of those who write about the subject, but in recent years, I have started to credit the evidence of my own eyes, rather than to continue to read the sometimes rather hysterical reports that abound on the Internet. Some parts of eastern Norfolk are already quite literally falling into the sea. Tidal changes, raised sea levels, and erosion of soft rock are making ‘life at the edge’ no longer possible, in a few communities.

I found this image online, a gloomy prediction of the near-future for Britain and Ireland.

As you can see, Beetley is under water, along with much of eastern England. London has disappeared, and many large coastal communities no longer exist. And the prediction is that this will all…

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The impact of 4C of global warming

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...and Then There's Physics

On a number of occasions I’ve highlighted Kevin Anderson saying

At 4oC most of the scientists I talk to about this, and the social scientists as well, would say it’s incompatible with organised global community.

I don’t know if this is what most scientists, and social scientists, would say, but there is a recent Guardian article that does discuss what would happen if we did warm by something close to 4oC. It does include a scientist who thinks it’s beyond our adaptation capabilities and who says [i]t’s difficult to see how we could accommodate a billion people or even half of that.

However, what I wanted to discuss is an alternative view. Ken Caldeira is quoted as saying

I don’t think that humans as a species or even industrial civilisation is seriously threatened.

His argument seems to be that we already have the technology to deal…

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