Climate Predictions COME TRUE. Flood in the Desert. Earthquakes, Global Warming
Climate predictions are coming true. Flood in the desert. Earthquakes in Italy and China, landslides in the Khabarovsk and Krasnodar regions. Global warming.
Are ancient predictions and prophecies really coming true? Natural disasters around the world is the reality of today. Climate change is inevitable. What are the ways out?
Igor Mikhailovich Danilov touched upon the topic of climatic events on the planet and the true causes of what is happening with the climate in the programme “IT IS COMING. СЕ ГРЯДЁТ”
In today’s episode:
- Heavy rains have been continuing in Saudi Arabia for a month. Rivers are flowing through the desert.
- On December 26, 2018 a 4.8 magnitude earthquake occurred in Italy. Connection between Etna and Stromboli volcanoes.
- On January 4 in the southern provinces of Thailand, Tropical Cyclone Pabuk caused heavy damage.
- Russia. Warm winter in Chukotka Autonomous Region: the estuary won’t freeze, interrupting transportation with other cities.
- The largest landslides in the Krasnodar and Khabarovsk territories of Russia.
- A powerful earthquake and tsunami in New Caledonia and Vanuatu on December 5, 2018.
- On January 3, a 5.3 magnitude earthquake occurred in Sichuan province in southwestern China.
- Participants of ALLATRA IPM took part in the Seminar on Climate in Lviv and asked the audience some pressing questions.
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The report “On the Problems and Consequences of Global Climate Change on Earth. Effective Ways to Solve These Problems”
TATYANA, ALLATRA TV REPORTER, TURKEY: Hello, this is BREAKING NEWS on ALLATRA TV!
The signs of climate change are being seen in all Earth's spheres, and this has already been confirmed not only by scientists, but also by the inhabitants of the planet themselves. The weather outside the window is changing. Rain and snow are falling where arid climate previously reigned. Deserts bloom after a series of floods. New temperature records are set. Earthquakes are becoming more powerful.
Australia is sweltering in the heat while Siberia is freezing. Climate chaos, as a result of which some countries are suffering from extremely severe and snowy winters, while others are enduring abnormal heat, causes considerable inconvenience to residents of many continents.
SVETLANA, ALLATRA TV REPORTER, RUSSIAN FEDERATION: Hello! This is ALLATRA TV reporter from the Altai Republic.
The residents of the West-Siberian region have already named the last days before New Year the “Week of Ice Age”.
The steady frosty weather has set new records in many areas of the Altai Krai and the Altai Republic, where for several days the air temperature stayed well below the climatic norm.
In some places, the thermometer dropped down to −48°C, which is 10-12 degrees below the norm for these dates.
In some places, the thermometer dropped to −48°C, which is 10-12°C below the norm for this time of the year.
Such a temperature regime formed due to an influence of a powerful arctic anticyclone that passed through all of the Western Siberia.
Experts of the Altai Center for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring confirmed that the anomalous cold that covered the territory of Altai may become the most powerful in the recent years.
It should be noted that the inhabitants of the region regard the frost stoically, even with humor. For many drivers, this weather becomes a test of durability, for others – of humanness . Mutual aid and mutual assistance on the road have saved many a life. The road is a dangerous and unpredictable place, all the more so in extremely cold weather. The rule of life for drivers will always remain the same: if you have helped someone on the road, one day someone will help you too!
And while the Siberians were wrapping themselves more tightly in warm scarves, residents of the Australian continent were putting on swimsuits and fled from the heat at the beach.
In Australia, the passing December has become one of the hottest in the recorded history. A huge anticyclone brought abnormal for this time of year heat to most of the continent. According to weather forecasters, it was 15 degrees above the climatic norm in some parts of the country.
It was so hot in Sydney that the sidewalks were literally melting under people’s feet. In the states of South Australia and Victoria, authorities issued warnings about possible forest fires.
It seems that the coming year has every chance to break previously set records, because the peak heat in Australia for the summer will come only in February.
TATYANA, ALLATRA TV REPORTER, TURKEY: In Italy, following Etna, the Stromboli volcano on the Aeolian Islands became active. The activity of this volcano, according to scientists, may carry the risk of a landslide and a tsunami. Watch more about the current situation at Stromboli, methods of monitoring and warning about an anomalous wave – in this interview with participants of ALLATRA IPM from Italy.
Skype interview with Leading Specialist of the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology of Italy and the National Observatory of Vesuvius
DIANA, ALLATRA TV REPORTER, ITALY: The eruption of Etna on Christmas Eve with a series of earthquakes of more than 130 aftershocks and an earthquake of 4.8 magnitude, which, as you say, shook the city of Etna in the north of Catania on December 26 triggered Stromboli’s activity?
GIUSEPPE MASTROLORENZO, Volcanologist, PhD, Leading Specialist of the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology of Italy and the National Observatory of Vesuvius: There seems to be some connection between Stromboli and Etna in terms of the dynamics of the two volcanoes, but this is still the object of study, so it is impossible to clearly define what relationship is between them.
SERGEI, ALLATRA TV REPORTER, USA: We already reported on this relationship between the volcanoes earlier in the 13th episode of the Breaking News.
American scientists from the University of Miami and Florida International University found a deep underground connection between Aira and Kirishima volcanoes in Japan when studying them. A radical change in one of them causes the eruption in the other.
Scientists conducted studies of two volcanoes located in the southern part of the Japanese island of Kyushu – Kirishima and Sakurajima. The distance between the Kirishima Volcanic Cluster and the Sakurajima Volcano, which is located in the center of the volcanic caldera Aira, is about 22 km.
The author of the study, Elodie Brothelande, stated that the scientists had seen enormous changes in Aira’s behavior before and after the eruption of Kirishima.
The only explanation for such changes is the underground link between them. The results of researches have confirmed that volcanoes could be part of the magmatic system.
Scientists note that the study of the connectedness of magmatic systems is very important from a security point of view. Predicting eruptions is critical in densely populated volcanic areas.
But there is more to it. As we already know, the Aira Caldera is connected with the Yellowstone Caldera similar to communicating vessels. More information about this study is given in the report of ALLATRA SCIENCE international group of researchers “On the problems and consequences of global climate change on Earth. Effective ways to solve these problems ”
As stated in the report by ALLATRA SCIENCE international team of researchers:
The conducted research identified an extremely alarming fact. Judging by the graphs of neutrino emission and the intensity of the septon field of the Earth, there is a close parallel between the processes taking place in the most ancient calderas – Aira Caldera (Kagoshima Prefecture, Kyushu region, Japan) and Yellowstone Caldera (Wyoming, USA), despite the fact that they are separated by the Pacific plate.
DIANA, ALLATRA TV REPORTER, ITALY: Some scientists believe that there is no relationship between Etna and Stromboli since they belong to two different geodynamic contexts and have separate feeding systems. Do you think these two volcanoes have something in common? What is the danger of Stromboli eruption?
GIUSEPPE: Magmas are different, geodynamic contexts are very different. Stromboli is associated with the mechanism of subduction (subordination), so it has a compression mode, because of which there are these deep earthquakes.
While Etna is an intraplate volcano, let's say it is a little anomalous ...
Some researchers hypothesized that there are correlations, not from the point of view of magmatic chambers, which are undoubtedly separated by magmatic systems, but in dynamics there is some mechanism at the level of the crust that can somehow control both. It is control over both volcanic systems.
However, as I’ve already said, these are just hypotheses, and there are other colleagues in Florence who, rightly based on the type of magma and geodynamic context, state that they are very separate.
The main risk in the case of Stromboli is that it can collapse, sinking into the sea sector, the northern sector of the island. This sector of the Fire Stream is an unstable sector of the island, which has been showing instability several times during some thousands of years.
The main risk of Stromboli in that we know from the history of this volcano is the risk of a tsunami associated with these phenomena, say, catastrophic.
DIANA: Are there any alerting systems?
GIUSEPPE: There are warning measures, because a system of wave meters, wave meters, was installed at one time, because we do not know when this landslide may occur.
It is monitored 24 hours a day.
Sometimes, even if its activity is more or less like a show for tourists, with running tens of meters of lava patches, nevertheless, from time to time there were very powerful eruptions, like, for example, in 1930, a very powerful eruption occurred.
And as a result of this eruption, a significant part of the Stromboli population was forced to emigrate.
DIANA: Are there any warnings?
GIUSEPPE: It is not easy to foresee exactly when a stronger event or other potentially dangerous phenomena can occur. There are no adequate forecasting methods, because as you know, although we have been following the volcano for a long time, there are no methods, criteria or threshold knowledge to indicate when it approaches a stronger eruption or an earthquake, which is even worse.
At this time, in seismology, it is the problem of understanding how even remote earthquakes can cause destruction in critical conditions and can cause seismicity (they are called a seismicity trigger). So this is a problem that we are studying, but there is still no reliable, tested and verifiable theory about these triggers, that is, when remote earthquakes can cause other earthquakes in the places where imbalances are, and where faults are already in a critical state. But there is a great interest in this issue.
Stromboli is part of a volcanic chain, a volcanic arc, which in a sense is an analogue of the Pacific Ring of Fire – those volcanoes associated with subduction activity; and our subduction region of the southern Tyrrhenian Sea is associated exactly with this Africa-Eurasia Collision.
DIANA: In the last video, titled “Game of Professionals” our guests: psychologists and psychiatrists, emphasized a very important statement regarding today's topic. They said that people who found themselves in a situation like a climatic disaster or in any other violent situation did not enter the state of constant stress, they did not suffer from post-traumatic stress, because at the moment when they were in danger, they were thinking not about themselves, but about others. So their attention was shifted onto others with the purpose of helping them. What do you think about this, maybe you have some examples of this?
GIUSEPPE: Those who act during a disaster can better maintain their composure than people who focus only on themselves instead of working in a team and helping others. Collaboration during an emergency helps maintain greater balance. Yes of course it is so. And, above all, let's say, a higher level of attention, concentration, and awareness is maintained. And it is very important that other behavior does not prevail, other tendencies, such as fear, perhaps unjustified, or anxiety, depression. When we are busy with something, depression is unlikely to appear.
Fragment from the programme "Game of Professionals"
How do people behave in emergency situations during disasters. It is a long proven fact that people, who don't think about themselves but immediately join in helping others, or in some creative activity – for them, fears or panic attacks or post-stress disorders almost never develop.
That's what we have been talking about, that fear is an obsession on “me-me-me” and a misunderstanding of the mechanisms of action.
DIANA, ALLATRA TV REPORTER, ITALY: Can this ability – to be in a conscious state in stressful situations – help to improve collaboration and find a solution?
GIUSEPPE: Of course, but this should not be confused with unjustified assurances, because very often those responsible, especially politicians, tend to reassure, but perhaps there is no reason. Everything must begin with an awareness of the reality of the situation and risks. Otherwise, you are gambling, that's why this is not entirely sincere towards others, you are reassuring without reason, and when some event possibly occurs, it may shake them up even more. So everything should start with honesty and correctness in reporting the real gravity of the situation.
DIANA: Thank you very much! Our conversation was really useful, I was very happy to talk to you! Thank you for what you are doing, and I wish you good luck in your work!
GIUSEPPE: Thank you! It was a pleasure. It is a pleasure to work with you and make whatever contribution I can offer you. Good night!
LYON, THAILAND, AUDIO REPORT FOR ALLATRA TV: Hello! This is ALLATRA TV reporter!
Empty beaches and deserted streets of the coastal cities. On January 4, Tropical Cyclone Pabuk reached the southern provinces of Thailand. The main impact was felt on the coastline of the province of Nakhon Si Thammarat.
Huge waves up to 5-7 meters high hit the coast.
Heavy rain caused flooding in the region.
Gusts of wind reaching up to 75 km/h brought down many trees and power lines, damaged residential buildings.
The disaster area covered populated localities of a number of regions of the Surat Thani province, where tourist zones of Koh Samui and Koh Phangan islands in the Gulf of Siam are located.
Next, the cyclone continued to move in the direction of the most popular resorts of Thailand, located on the islands in the Andaman Sea. The tropical cyclone weakened, slowed down and turned into a low-pressure area that caused only precipitation and slight winds on the Andaman coast of the Kingdom and the island of Phuket, as well as on islands in the province of Krabi.
Did not form during the monsoon season for the first time in 30 years.
According to weather forecasters, Pabuk (which means ‘giant catfish living in the Mekong River’ in Lao), became the first cyclone in 30 years to hit the southern provinces of Thailand which formed outside of the monsoon rains season.
One of the strongest hurricanes in the last half a century
According to meteorologists, Pabuk cannot be called a full-scale typhoon; nevertheless, it has already been classified as one of the most severe storms in the past 50 years.
Chukotka. Late opening of ice crossing over the Anadyr Liman
OLGA, ALLATRA TV REPORTER, RUSSIAN FEDERATION: Hello! This is ALLATRA TV from Chukotka.
Late opening of ice crossing over the Anadyr Liman.
The life of people in the Far North very much depends on natural factors. For example, in the capital of the Chukotka Autonomous Region, the city of Anadyr, for many years there has been a difficulty in crossing the Anadyr Estuary. There are no roads in Chukotka, you can only fly here by plane, and the plane routes go only to Moscow and to Khabarovsk. The locals call everything that is not Chukotka the “mainland”. Therefore, each time, in order to fly to the “mainland,” passengers first need to cross the estuary.
In winter, it becomes covered with ice, and then an important transport route of the city opens up – the ice road from Anadyr to the airport. However, in recent decades, the climate is changing very rapidly and freezing of the estuary has been occuring later and later, and for a shorter period of time. If in the 1980s and 1990s the road was opened in December, in the last decade, it wouldn’t begin to function before January. In 2017, the crossing was opened on January 20, and in 2018 – only on February 15, thus breaking the 1942 “record”.
Living in such difficult climatic conditions, people understand the importance of mutual assistance. The ice crossing is often snowed in, road services do not always have time to clear the road, cars get stuck in the snow or just break down in the cold. Then other drivers come to the rescue – they pull out the stranded ones, take in passengers from broken down cars and take them to the airport, so people can get on their flight on time.
Landslides in the Krasnodar and Khabarovsk Territories
VIKTORIA, ALLATRA TV REPORTER, RUSSIAN FEDERATION: Hello, this is ALLATRA TV reporter from Khabarovsk city.
On December 24, 2018, in the Krasnodar Territory of the Tuapse District, a natural disaster occurred at the Navaginskaya Station – a landslide came down onto the railway tracks.
On the same day, in another part of Russia in the Far East, more precisely in the Amur Region, 73 km from Chekunda town, a tremendous event occurred. Part of the mountain came down into the Bureya River. The landslide was 700 m long and 400 m wide. The mass of the landslide was about 3-4 million tons.
According to the Ministry of Emergency Situations, at present there is no threat of flooding. A hydroelectric power station which is located at the mouth of the river is operating normally. Currently, experts are assessing what to do next. In addition, the staff of the State Research Center "Planeta" has studied the images from the satellite.
They found that at 9:50 local time on December 12, a thermal anomaly occurred in the area. Which later might have caused the landslide. This landslide gave rise to a powerful river tsunami. In some places, its wave height reached over 40 meters.
A few days later, on December 29, another event occurred at a mine in a different area of Khabarovsk Territory in the urban-type settlement of Mnogovershinny.
A powerful snowstorm led to three snow avalanches. Two of them trapped people, and the third one blocked a road.
With the help of the Ministry of Emergency Situations and unindifferent people, 9 victims were rescued from the snowy debris.
After an abnormally heavy rainfall in December, the desert on the Arabian Peninsula began to bloom. The sand dunes turned into the sea, and rapid rivers and mudflows started to flow everywhere from Iraq to Oman.
THE DESERT HAS BLOOMED (SAUDI ARABIA)
ALINA, ALLATRA TV REPORTER, UAE: Hello! This is the ALLATRA TV reporter from Dubai!
After a heavy rainfall in Saudi Arabia, the desert has bloomed.
In the previous episodes of the Breaking News, we reported on heavy rains and a series of large-scale floods in Saudi Arabia.
New landscapes have appeared in one of the hottest places on the planet.
Now, after the torrential rains that hit the region, the people of Saudi Arabia have witnessed the desert turning green. New landscapes have appeared in one of the hottest places on the planet.
This is not the only event in recent years when deserts are getting covered with green grass and even flowers.
The driest desert in the world has bloomed after a heavy rainfall
In fall of 2015, after heavy rains hit Chili, the arid desert, named Atacama, which is the driest desert in the world, began to bloom.
In February 2016 for the first time in the last 10 years, a great blossoming was observed in Death Valley (California, United States). This event was caused by preceding heavy rainfalls that hit the region in the autumn.
It has been raining for over a month in the Arabian Peninsula. In addition, hail and snow have been falling periodically
For more than a month in the Arabian Peninsula, heavy rain keeps falling, and periodically there is snow and hail. The heavy precipitations are the main cause of the emergence of vegetation, rivers and lakes. The sand dunes had turned into a sea, and rough rivers and mudflows are flowing everywhere from Iraq to Oman.
One of the hadiths says that in Islam, a minor sign of the Judgement Day is:
The Doomsday is not gonna happen until the Arab lands will once again become blossoming gardens through which the rivers will flow.
All these signs are for those who want to see more and understand their true meaning.
Every month seismic activity on Earth is growing. Earthquakes are not simply becoming more frequent, but their magnitude increases as well, and so does their devastating impact on the infrastructure and people living in seismically troubled areas.
Series of earthquakes in the Pacific ocean
DIMITRY, ALLATRA TV REPORTER, UKRAINE: Hello! This is ALLATRA TV reporter from Nikolaev
On December 5th, two large earthquakes occurred with an interval of 4 minutes near the Loyalty Islands in New Caledonia, France, located in the Pacific.
The first quake was of 6.0 magnitude. The second one turned to be more powerful – of 7.5 magnitude. Earthquakes occurred 160 km east-south-east of Tadine town at a depth of 10 km. These powerful quakes were followed by a series of strong aftershocks of up to 5.5 magnitude. In 2 hours, another large earthquake, of 6.6 magnitude, occurred in this area.
On the island, the waves rose by 2 m, on Maré Island – by 0.9 m, on Lifou Island – by 0.5 m
Its epicenter was located 192 km east-south-east of Tadine town. Consequently, a threat of a tsunami in New Caledonia was announced. As a result of the earthquake, the height of the waves on L'Île-des-Pins (Isle of Pines) island reached 2 m, on Maré island – 0.9 m, on Lifou island – 0.5 m. The population of these islands was evacuated to the high ground in advance. And on the neighboring Vanuatu islands, a 2-meter high tsunami brought led to destruction and damage of residential buildings and tore coconut palms by the roots. Fortunately, there were no casualties. Later, seismic activity in this region continued. On December 15, 2018, a volcanic eruption on Ambrym Island, Vanuatu caused a series of earthquakes, one of which had a magnitude of 6.0.
As a result of such seismic activity, many giant cracks appeared in the upper layer of the earth's crust, which led to destruction of residential buildings and caused a lot of inconveniences to the local residents.
And on January 15, 2019, a powerful earthquake of 6.6 magnitude occurred near Vanua Lava island 105 km away from the city of Sola at a depth of 50 km.
PAVEL, REPORTER ALLATRA TV, MYANMAR: Hello! This is ALLATRA TV reporter from Myanmar.
On January 3, an earthquake of 5.3 magnitude occurred in the south-west of China, in Sichuan Province.
The hypocenter of the earthquake was at a depth of 15 km.
As a result of the earthquake, more than 770 people were injured and houses were damaged.
There were 41 aftershocks, less than 3.0 magnitude each, observed in the region.
ANASTASIA, ALLATRA TV REPORTER, RUSSIAN FEDERATION: Hello! This is ALLATRA TV reporter from RF.
In December, 14 earthquakes of magnitude above 6.0 occurred. Some of them have already been reported in previous episodes of the Breaking News. Seismic activity is not decreasing.
Thus, on December 20 powerful seismic events impacted Kamchatsky krai of Russia.
Two quakes of a 7.4 magnitude and 7.5 magnitude were recorded on Bering Island.
The earthquakes’ foci were located at a depth of 40 and 85 km, respectively.
Over the next hour, there were 5 powerful aftershocks with a magnitude between 5.0 and 5.6.
The aftershocks were felt by residents of a number of Kamchatka areas.
On the same day, an earthquake of 5.1 magnitude occurred in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China.
The tremors were felt by residents of a number of regions not only in China, but also in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. Some casualties were reported.
On December 22 in Vanuatu 105 kilometers away from the city of Sola, an earthquake of 6.0 magnitude occurred at a depth of 48 km.
An earthquake of a 5.6 magnitude occurred near the city of Shigatse at a depth of 8 km on December 23 in the Tibet Autonomous Region in southwestern China. The force of nature caused destruction in the region.
On December 24 a powerful earthquake of 6.1 magnitude happened again in Kamchatka at Bering Island
On the same day, 84 kilometers north of the capital of the Kingdom of Tonga, Nuku'alofa, there occurred an earthquake of 6.4 magnitude at a depth of 100 km.
On December 27 an unexpected series of earthquakes shook the northern part of Venezuela.
State of Carabobo suffered most as there were two aftershocks of a 5.6 and 5.0 magnitude. Fluctuations the earth's crust were felt over a vast territory, including the capital of Venezuela, the city of Caracas. Damage was reported. In the city of San Diego several historic buildings were destroyed.
On December 29, there was a powerful earthquake of 7.0 magnitude that occurred on the island of Mindanao, located in the southern part of the Philippines at a depth of 49 kilometers. Vibrations were felt within a radius of 250 kilometers.
December 31, a 6.1 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Alaska
Overall, in 2018, there were 134 earthquakes of a 6.0 and higher magnitude. This is 20 percent more than in 2017, in which there were 111 earthquakes of higher than 6.0 magnitude.
Fragment of the programme “It is coming. Се гредёт”
Since the beginning of 2019 and as of January 22, 11 earthquakes of 6.3 to 6.8 magnitude have already occurred.
On January 5th, a 6.8 magnitude deep-focus earthquake struck Brazil at a depth of almost 600 km.
January 6, Indonesia was struck by an earthquake of 6.6 magnitude
And on January 8, a 6.3-magnitude earthquake hit the coast of Japan.
January 6, a 6.6 magnitude earthquake occurred in Vanuatu
January 17, in Papua New Guinea a 6.2 magnitude occurred
January 18 in Vanuatu 6.0
January 18 in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Central America 6.0
January 20 in Chile a 6.7 magnitude
January 22 Indonesia 6.0 and 6.4
January 22 M6.7 off the coast of the Prince Edward Islands in the Indian Ocean
Since the beginning of 2019 and as of January 22, 11 earthquakes of a 6.3 to 6.8 magnitude have already occurred.
Now, more than ever, it is important to unite people to solve the climate issue that is so critical for all the inhabitants of the planet.
Conference in Lviv on climate change issues
Participants of the ALLATRA Movement attended a conference in Lviv on climate change issues and interviewed various experts.
ULYANA GORBATAYA, Chief of Public Relations Department, Lvivvodokanal: There is no doubt that we are all climatic eyewitnesses. First of all, heavy rains, heavy snowfalls, dry summers, shallowing of rivers in the summer, when there are terrible droughts. As a result – crop failure. Of course, this is all evidence of climate change.
YURI DERBAL, Forestry Expert, Public organization “Agency for Sustainable Development of the Carpathian Region“ FORZA ” : There was a disaster of 1998, the disaster of 2001, the disaster of 1992, about which very little is said in Transcarpathia, but the first large-scale destruction was the flood in December of 1992. This happened in Rakhiv, Tyachiv. Unfortunately, events like this have just become more frequent in recent years. As for flooding, we know that there are two types: an autumn flood, as a rule, and a spring flood, it is connected purely with seasonal changes. But now we are witnessing the fact that it can happen at any time.
ULYANA GORBATAYA: This year we had several downpours, several such grand floods. This kind of a disaster happened not only in Lviv, it also happened in Kiev and in Chernihiv.
YURI DERBAL: Therefore, it is very important today for every person, every inhabitant to be aware of the threats that we may face and prepare for them.
ULYANA GORBATAYA: Climate is changing and we need to build our life differently.
MAXIM MAKUKHA, Technical Specialist, Expert in Solid Waste Management and Efficiency: I think that society will eventually understand that we are such a big organism ...
YURI DERBAL: Everyone gives a hand to each other and tries to save lives, regardless of what interests a person has, or of some other characteristics, for example, which religion he adheres to in his life. And this is probably the greatest value that in critical situations we discard political, religious, some other differences, and begin to act as people.
MAXIM MAKUKHA: Then we will be able to somehow solve global problems instead of competing, fighting with each other and living by temporary, short-term projects. Because climate change is a project of the entire planet Earth. You can not solve this problem in one particular country. Therefore, we can solve it only together when we unite.
YURI DERBAL: If there is a good idea or a good thing and if it moves forward, it will be supported by similar good things . Then it will be possible to change something.
ULYANA GORBATAYA: We must find the mechanisms that could contribute to and improve the situation already today, because if we do not start doing it now, it is clear that nothing will change in five or ten years from now. We should not, as a society, as citizens, shift all responsibility to the state, but we should do our job in our own place.
YURI DERBAL: Perhaps such examples of good relations can lead to the best changes in a person, that is, a qualitative shaping, not only of a person as a form, as an image, but as God's creation that is filled with spiritual values.
Today, the cataclysms occurring all over the planet already affect the lives of its inhabitants. Disturbing life’s regular course, at the same time they show that nothing belongs to a person in this world. At any moment you can lose everything: both material wealth and health. However, each person has something that cannot be lost.