Aldo Amirante

Aldo Amirante

Global Warming and the Arctic Meltdown: The Changing Face of the High North
Because of climate change and the effect of global warming, the ice cap of the Arctic is melting. Worries and doubts about the global environment are discussed all over the world, but, at the same time, the melting ice uncovers new opportunities in the Arctic area. Ice in the Arctic Ocean is melting much more quickly than most people appreciate; the Arctic is the fastest warming region on earth.1 In summer of 2008, the area covered by ice floes shrank by more than one million square miles, reducing the Arctic ice cap to only half the size it was 50 years ago.

The Idea of Nuclear-Weapons-Free Zones and Its Historical Background
The creation of anuclear - weapons - freezone(NWFZ) entail sprohibiting the possession, development, testing,manufacture,and production of nuclear weapon swith in the zone; prohibiting the use of nuclear weapons against any territory within; and establishing measures to ensure compliance by every member state. It is one of the measures to halt the global proliferation of nuclear weapons,together with the Treaty on the Non-proliferation of Nuclear Weapons(NPT)of 1968 and the 1996 Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty(CTBT). ...


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