The European NEC-guideline Directive 2001

70% already vanished or to sick.

70% already vanished or to sick.

The Protocol set upper limits for each country for the total emissions of sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, volatile organic compounds and ammonia in 2010.The Guideline Bees A provides an explanation of the use of the Dutch decree on emission limits for combustion plants, environmental management A (Bees A), in particular concerning the more complex aspects thereof. Bees A is the Dutch implementation of the European directive 2001/80/EC (LCP directive). The Guideline Bees A provides an explanation of the use of the Dutch decree on emission limits for combustion plants, environmental management A (Bees A), in particular concerning the more complex aspects thereof. Bees A is the Dutch implementation of the European directive 2001/80/EC (LCP directive).  set upper limits for each country for the total emissions of sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, volatile organic compounds and ammonia in 2010.The Guideline Bees A provides an explanation of the use of the Dutch decree on emission limits for combustion plants, environmental management A (Bees A), in particular concerning the more complex aspects thereof. Bees A is the Dutch implementation of the European directive 2001/80/EC (LCP directive). The Guideline Bees A provides an explanation of the use of the Dutch decree on emission limits for combustion plants, environmental management A (Bees A), in particular concerning the more complex aspects thereof. Bees A is the Dutch implementation of the European directive 2001/80/EC (LCP directive). set upper limits for each country for the total emissions of sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, volatile organic compounds and ammonia in 2010.The Guideline Bees A provides an explanation of the use of the Dutch decree on emission limits for combustion plants, environmental management A (Bees A), in particular concerning the more complex aspects thereof. Bees A is the Dutch implementation of the European directive 2001/80/EC (LCP directive). The Guideline Bees A provides an explanation of the use of the Dutch decree on emission limits for combustion plants, environmental management A (Bees A), in particular concerning the more complex aspects thereof. Bees A is the Dutch implementation of the European directive 2001/80/EC (LCP directive).The Guideline Bees A provides an explanation of the use of the Dutch decree on emission limits for combustion plants, environmental management A (Bees A), in particular concerning the more complex aspects thereof. Bees A is the Dutch implementation of the European directive 2001/80/EC (LCP directive).

The guideline explains the standards that apply to SO2, NOx and dust for combustion installations subject to Bees A. Instructive tables have been added and overviews included in appendices. Appendix 1 gives an overview of logistic units to which Bees A applies. Appendix 2 gives a flow diagram of the scope of Bees A. Appendix 3 specifies the prevalent emission standards.

With regard to the measurement of emissions it is useful to read the Guideline Bees A in combination with the Manual Measurement of air emissions (InfoMil publication no. LB40).

If u read this and check it out, i really get sick, how can it be, still so many items what go wrong, why is life, health, children and human approach of our earth not important, why is our future dangerously taken away from us?

Please if make a step forward a world what once will be worthy to live for/in.

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gulfnews : Awareness drive against illegally shipped animals

stuffed bear

gulfnews : Awareness drive against illegally shipped animals.

 

Dieren zijn er om hier op deze aarde te leven, ze zijn niet voor ons of van ons, dus niet smokkelen en vooral niet opzetten, brrrrrr………….dieren zijn dieren, mensen zijn beesten!

 

Animals are animals, humans are beasts……………..why do we smukkel animals or stuf them..horrifying.

Enjoy this voting game>> its all about Red Cats and Soccer???

Brothers, friends, together.

Hello dear friends, fellowbloggers  i write u to join a voting-game in the netherlands its all about cats and soccer, and anyone who wants to create a winner by voting for my cat, actually i have 2 cats in the game, they both will be able to be selected for the Orange Team, ( which is the coulor of the dutch soccerteam, playing their first game tomorrow), in case of the EK-games in Europe going on at this moment in Poland and the Ukraine,) its fun this animal-event and has been started up by WSPA, THANK U FOR THE VOTE and enjoy all the pictures u will be able to see, many red/orange cats, which will be displayed if u visit this site and after the vote u could come back many time one a day.

http://www.kattenelftal.nl/kat/767-gizmo.html

2 cats are in the running…..who are my adorable compagnions 10 years and brothers, i am so lucky and happy to be *owned by them, make them famous for one day, the team of 11 orange cats will be announced on 1 july the day off the EK final…..lollllll

http://www.kattenelftal.nl/kat/737-garretje.html

Please share this forward and ask ur friends to participate too!1
Thank u very much warm hugs my friends >marjolein/marsk4angel

Keep Big Oil out of the Atlantic Ocean: Thank You – Take Action!: NRDC’s Save BioGems

This is a copy and please sign this petition, major important, this is something u can do, to make the difference, dont miss this chance

Keep Big Oil out of the Atlantic Ocean: Thank You – Take Action!: NRDC’s Save BioGems.

The Obama Administration is considering a proposal that would allow Big Oil to explore for oil and gas in the Atlantic Ocean, from New Jersey to Florida. Their plan calls for the use of dangerous, high-intensity airguns — at great risk to thousands of whales, dolphins and other marine mammals. Tell the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) to reject the disastrous proposal and spare our marine life.

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Earthday was a succes in many parts of the world!

22 APRIL 2012 EARTHDAY

So many ppl have been busy plant trees, clean parks, put seeds in the ground, restore waterways, fountains, filter it as well.

I am very pleased this day exists and many ppl do care, i hope that money and the crisis we have in Europe will not make pollution getting worse and no one cares, nobody looks away, already the Government of the Netherlands gave the responsibility of the land/environment/ground to the provinces, so no tax money will be spending anymore to keep nature as it is and even make more nature, actually this is against the will/wants of the european commission, they want a certain amount of the land in a country to be nature/green, no human to enter, which is sure most needed, if all ppl living in Europe want to be able to breathe and relax. I wish earth day was also an awakening for all the hungry, the poor without a roof, because earth is not ours, its everybody’s home and actually it a civil right to have a roof, food and clean water.

Then earth day would really serve a grande purpose, joining human to nature and so earth with each its own rights as needed, will we ever be that smart, to overcome money and power-issues and get to work for us, our health and earths health?…….i am just saying………

But anyway here is a part of the story how it started, i did some research and here is a copy from the day when it all started.

People will throw seeds all over the green spots and we are going to plant lots of seeds here at our farm ~ We have flowers and herbs ready to plant as well: ) everybody should do that, it does make a difference u know:)

The 42-year-old event is riding a new wave of global protest

By Kazi Stastna, CBC News

Posted: Apr 21, 2012 6:03 AM ET

Last Updated: Apr 21, 2012 2:42 PM ET

Children sweep a park in New York City on Earth Day 1970. The first Earth Day saw about 20 million people in cities across the U.S. participate in everything from neighbourhood clean-ups to large protest rallies. Children sweep a park in New York City on Earth Day 1970. The first Earth Day saw about 20 million people in cities across the U.S. participate in everything from neighbourhood clean-ups to large protest rallies. (Hulton Archive/Getty)
The 42nd Earth Day, held April 22, may not be a round milestone anniversary for those celebrating the annual event devoted to raising awareness about environmental issues, but it will come closer than any in recent memory to the spirit of the first Earth Day held across the U.S. in 1970.

That’s because just like their predecessors, organizers of this year’s Earth Day activities took inspiration from the popular protests happening around the world, choosing the slogan “Mobilize the Earth” as the theme for Earth Day 2012.

“This year, there was a lot of political activity worldwide — from the Middle East to the … Occupy movement,” said Kathleen Rogers, president of the Washington, D.C.-based Earth Day Network.

P.O.V.

“For 2012, we felt mobilization as a concept was really critical, because it helps people understand that they can actually get going, they actually can get something done.”

Rogers’s group works with thousands of organizations and governments in almost 200 countries to promote and help organize Earth Day activities and to raise environmental awareness year-round. It grew out of the group that organized the first Earth Day and still has one of the movement’s founders, Denis Hayes, on its board of directors.

Anti-war protests inspired 1st Earth Day

Gaylord Nelson made conservation a key focus of his two terms as governor of Wisconsin and continued to champion environmental issues in the U.S. Senate, organizing the first Earth Day in 1970.Gaylord Nelson made conservation a key focus of his two terms as governor of Wisconsin and continued to champion environmental issues in the U.S. Senate, organizing the first Earth Day in 1970. (Alex Wong/Getty )The idea for Earth Day was born in the U.S. at the tail end of the1960s amid the heated student protests opposing the Vietnam War. Founder Gaylord Nelson, a Democratic senator from Wisconsin who earned a reputation as a passionate conservationist during his two terms as governor of the state, was impressed by the passion driving the protest movement. He modelled the first Earth Day on the teach-ins that anti-war activists were holding on college campuses to educate students about America’s involvement in the Vietnam War.

Nelson, who died in 2005, and his fellow organizers made environmental issues the focus of their “national teach-ins,” and there was plenty to focus on in 1970.

Unchecked industrialization and urban sprawl had made air pollution a concern in many large American cities; the harmful effects of DDT and other pesticides were also on the public consciousness ever since the 1962 publishing of Rachel Carson’s seminal book Silent Spring; and two high-profile incidents in 1969 put industrial pollution and its impact on the environment top of mind.

The two incidents were a blow-out on an Union Oil drilling rig off the coast of Santa Barbara that spilled 11.4 million litres of oil into the ocean, angering Californians who saw the devastating effects on their beaches and marine life, and a fire on the heavily polluted Cuyahoga River in Cleveland that drew attention to the industrial waste that had for years been voided into the waterway.

‘One of the central goals of the event was to tie all of these diverse strands of environmentalism … together with one bow and make them recognize that they’re part of a coherent movement.’ — Denis Hayes, co-founder of Earth Day

Worlds smallest frog

Smallest frog, how tiny!!

This is incredible, its so tiny, i will show u all n copy of the website where i found this, 🙂

A tiny frog recently discovered in the forests of Papua New Guinea has been decreed the smallest of the known 60,000 species of vertebrates (the group that includes mammals, fish, amphibians and birds). The tiny creature is around 7mm long (half the size of a Smartie) and lives well camouflaged among leaf litter – which could explain why it remained unnoticed for so long.

It was its high-pitched call, more like an insect’s than a frog’s, that first attracted the US team’s attention. “The New Guinea forests are incredibly loud at night. We were trying to record frog calls, and we were curious as to what these other sounds were,” said Chris Austin of Louisiana State University, who led the research. “So we triangulated to where these calls were coming from, and looked through the leaf litter.” But in the dark it was almost impossible to see anything – so the researchers simply grabbed a handful of litter and popped it into a clear plastic bag. It was only then that they saw a load of “incredibly tiny frogs hopping about”, Austin told BBC News online.

Source: The Week Photograph: Christopher Austin/LSU/AFP/Getty Images

Human or Mutant, read and sign the petition.

 

pigs have no space and no life

pigs have no space and no life

Human or Mutant, read and sign the petition. <<click here

Lack of space and the artificial group structure imposed on intensively confined pigs can negatively influence social interactions. When pigs are sorted into new groups, fighting sometimes occurs, and although serious injuries or death are rare, they can result, especially when one pig is singled out by multiple aggressors.41 When space is limited, submissive and flight reactions may be less effective in the establishment of social dominance. In contrast, when given ample room, herds usually distance themselves, simply avoiding situations that would lead to aggression and thereby minimizing the frequency of antagonistic interactions.

Although animals in any type of production system can suffer from health problems, the dense population of closely confined animals in industrial operations facilitates the transmission of disease.For pigs in the fattening stage of production, respiratory and enteric diseases are common infectious disorders.

In fact, one veterinary text book notes that “under commercial conditions few pigs can be expected to reach slaughter weight without contracting some sort of respiratory lesion.” In contrast, another popular textbook notes that for pigs in their wild state, “diseases and parasites were almost unknown” due to the “roving nature” of naturally occurring pig populations. <I did not write this, but i think its major important to spread the news, if we dont humanize our behavior according how to optain our food, in meat, but also the polluting systems of growing vegetabels and fruit, with all the chemicals and gen-technics, we will become mutants, without any honor or goal for us and earth.

Give them a real punishment – The Petition Site

Give them a real punishment – The Petition Site. please sign, its against bad ppl, socalled hunters who killed hundreds of wild animals to keep these animals from eating their pray, which was tamme pray, this is actually forbidden in the Netherlands, they (the 2 men) are able to be punished in prison for 6 years, thats what we demand via this petiton…..:)