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[Climate Change] Sink Or Swim

by | 22-01-2013 09:50 Comments 38 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations



There is a dramatic increase in the frequency and magnitude of disasters caused by extreme weather. Even average weather no longer follows predictable patterns.

38 Comments

  • Amy Lim says :
    Thanks for the information :)
    Posted 05-06-2018 18:16

  • says :
    Sink or Swim Nice title with hard true documentary
    Posted 01-12-2014 22:52

  • says :
    Good share!
    Posted 25-11-2014 18:41

  • says :
    swim
    Posted 16-11-2014 19:07

  • says :
    In chidambaram at pitchavaram there are many mangrove forests which protected chidambaram from a big tsunami at 2006.intersting thing.
    Posted 21-10-2014 01:24

  • says :
    Thanks for posting! :)
    Posted 18-01-2014 15:43

  • says :
    thankx for the info
    Posted 31-12-2013 19:54

  • says :
    liked it
    Posted 31-12-2013 00:35

  • says :
    nice informative video
    Posted 30-12-2013 19:31

  • says :
    thanks for the share
    Posted 30-12-2013 13:34

  • says :
    good share
    Posted 27-12-2013 22:55

  • says :
    nice share
    Posted 27-12-2013 01:02

  • says :
    good video
    Posted 26-12-2013 22:52

  • says :
    great video
    Posted 25-12-2013 11:36

  • says :
    nice vedio
    Posted 22-12-2013 16:09

  • says :
    i agree with this
    Posted 22-12-2013 00:29

  • says :
    thanks for the inforamtion
    Posted 16-12-2013 21:04

  • says :
    Yeah.. because of this,
    stronger natural disasters are happening more frequently
    recently, after Haiyan's outbreak, a new typhoon category called 'the hyper typhoon'
    has been created
    We cannot neglect the fact that the destruction of our environment CAUSED BY US may lead to future disasters
    Posted 08-12-2013 21:15

  • says :
    The world is facing a really big change that will affect us all.we must do something before its too late.

    Posted 05-12-2013 15:17

  • says :
    Break this vicious cycle!
    Posted 02-12-2013 18:09

  • says :
    @Furkan it is exactly what i thought ,you are welcome :D
    Posted 23-11-2013 04:22

  • says :
    @Cicek thanks for supporting me. I think we can work together with you :D
    Posted 23-11-2013 04:19

  • says :
    we can say Mother Earth is taking revenge. Very bad for Vietnam, government can deal with this problem for example they can do walls (life walls) against for extreme weather...
    Posted 23-11-2013 03:47

  • says :
    @Furkan you are right because the most important thing is education
    Posted 23-11-2013 02:41

  • says :
    Nice one! :D
    Posted 21-11-2013 23:38

  • says :
    Of course we have to do something for the future but I think firstly we have to teach what is the right way to the people.
    Posted 21-11-2013 05:49

  • says :
    @Christy i am with you,if they would know they could do something better but they dont and we do so we have to do something for a better future .
    Posted 21-11-2013 03:57

  • says :
    SWIM
    Posted 31-08-2013 04:38

  • says :
    There are changes obviously I don't understand why some people particularly some global leaders and big businessmen still refuse to address or even consider the existence of climate change.
    Posted 24-08-2013 17:37

  • says :
    There are changes obviously I don't understand why some people particularly some global leaders and big businessmen still refuse to address or even consider the existence of climate change.
    Posted 24-08-2013 17:37

  • says :
    Yes, the earth is rapidly facing natural disasters. Thanks for sharing
    Posted 26-07-2013 20:47

  • says :
    swim
    Posted 20-07-2013 13:27

  • says :
    i would say swim
    Posted 19-07-2013 03:09

Rohan Kapur

  • Rohan Kapur says :
    Of course SWIM.
    Posted 18-06-2013 00:48

  • says :
    Must break this vicious cycle.
    Posted 17-06-2013 23:57

  • says :
    @Jeonghyun I think because most of people don't have enough opportunity to learn deeply about the environmental issues and its impacts... If they don't know, they don't move forward.
    Posted 25-02-2013 10:18

Jeonghyun Lee

  • Jeonghyun Lee says :
    @EJin I can't agree with you more.. Why is it so hard to persuade others about the importance of nature?
    Posted 23-02-2013 20:08

  • says :
    This whole thing is a vicious cycle. We destroy the environment and the weather becomes more extreme and we destroy the environment more..
    Posted 22-02-2013 14:48

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