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					Crown Capital Eco
Management
Renewable Energy
Scam
The Eco Values
• Crown Capital Eco Management works
  with government bodies, international
  entities, private sectors and other non-
  governmental organizations in
  providing extensive information to the
  public, media and policymakers that are
  involved in addressing environmental
  issues and sustainable initiatives in a
  worldwide scale.
Renewable energy would save EU trillions by 2050
• The energy shift would already create around
  half a million extra jobs by 2020, Crown
  researchers from German aerospace center
  DLR, which also specializes in energy and
  transport, found. It has legislated to ensure
  that 20 percent of the energy mix is green by
  the said year, as part of a set of three main
  environmental goals. But it has yet to achieve
  agreement on binding targets beyond 2020,
  even though non-binding roadmaps have laid
  out the need for a virtually carbon-free
  electricity mix by 2050.
Human Thirst Makes Earth Quake
• As we all know earthquake is a catastrophic
  natural disaster. Most earthquake-related
  deaths are caused by the collapse of
  structures and the construction practices play
  a tremendous role in the death toll of an
  earthquake. In southern Italy in 1909 more
  than 100,000 people perished in an
  earthquake that struck the region. Almost half
  of the people living in the region of Messina
  were killed due to the easily collapsible
  structures that dominated the villages of the
  region. Though there are some ways to
  prevent this from happening, it can never be
  considered as risk avoidance.
Flooded summer season, Atlantic Ocean blames
• Northern Europe picks on the Atlantic
  Ocean because of its wet summer
  according to a new study. The rising
  and falling of ocean temperature or the
  so called cyclical deception is seen as
  a major extortion on the weather. The
  said pattern reported will last long as
  the Atlantic warming persists. The
  research was carried out at the
  University of Reading and is published
  in the journal Nature Geoscience.
Giant mammoth carcass in Siberian frost
• Yevgeny Salinder, an 11-year old
  Russian boy, is the one who discovered
  the massive remains of the mammoth
  in August.
• The mammoth, estimated to be at its 16
  year when it died measured 2 meters
  and weighed 1,000 pounds, was
  excavated from the Siberian permafrost
  last month.
• ”It is the mammoth of the century,” said
  Professor Alexei Tikhonov of the
  Zoological Museum in St Petersburg.
Protein to combat reef-destroying starfish
• A group of scientists in Australia has
  announced this week an potentially
  effective way to eliminate the
  destructive starfish, crown of thorns,
  that are feasting on coral reefs in the
  Pacific ocean.
• The crown of thorns is already
  prominent in the Pacific and Indian
  Ocean where they feed mainly on coral
  polyps. Outbreaks of the large and
  poisonous starfish are blamed for the
  massive destruction of corals.
Mini satellite from Japan will send Morse
• Five small low-cost satellites are
  deployed today from the ISS to conduct
  scientific missions and test a possible
  type of optical communication scheme.
• CubeSats, palm-sized satellites
  measuring 4 inches, are solar-powered
  cubes that will orbit the Earth for the
  next 100 days.
• One of the satellites launched was a
  Japanese one tasked with sending a
  Morse code message that would be
  seen across the world.
Mars Curiosity rover scheduled for a stopover
• Mars Curiosity rover is scheduled for a
  stopover to scrutinize the pyramid-
  shaped rock on the planet’s
  surface.The rock, measuring around 16
  inches at the base and 10 inches high
  is chosen for analysis due to its
  unusual shape, was named “Jake” in
  memory of Jet Propulsion Lab
  engineer-mathematician Jacob
  Matijevic who died several days after
  the spacecraft’s landing on Mars.
A solution for Asian carp infestation
• Brought from the East to aid in
  managing aquatic plants in aquaculture
  industries, Asian carp has been
  unwittingly introduced to freshwater
  sources of the US. Today, they are
  seen as a big problem in the fishing
  industry for their big appetite and fast
  breeding, overshadowing other fish for
  space and food in lakes.
Beeswax discovered as ancient tooth filling
• An ancient tooth patched with beeswax filling
  and was recovered from Slovenia a hundred
  years ago could very well be the oldest
  evidence of ancient dentistry.
• According to a report by researchers
  published in the PLoS ONE journal last
  week, the beeswax filling is 6,500 years old
  and was applied on a tooth recovered from
  Italy. It was estimated that the person who
  owned it could be in his 20s. Furthermore,
  the extreme wear on the tooth is evident of
  other activities like making tools, weaving
  and softening leather where it was used,
  aside from eating.

				
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Description: Crown Capital Eco Management works with government bodies, international entities, private sectors and other non-governmental organizations in providing extensive information to the public, media and policymakers that are involved in addressing environmental issues and sustainable initiatives in a worldwide scale.