Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 22, 2009
Popular global warming website, ConsequencesOfGlobalWarming.com, has aggregated the research from the top 100 Universities and placed them in a centralized location on their website.
If one is eager to learn about the latest updates on global warming and its consequences on a handful of countries around the world, ConsequencesOfGlobalWarming.com (COGW) has been the website of choice. COGW is a recently launched website dedicated to global warming. This website has been created to not only prove that global warming is man-made, but also to make people realize that it is high time to address the environmental concerns of the day and act swiftly to save their cities, countries, and the 'green planet' from the much dreaded consequences of global warming.
COGW has grown tremendously since its inception. According to the statistical data the website has shown an increase of nearly 34% over previous months.
In addition to their consequences by country feature, the website has recently launched a section on their website dedicated to the research performed by university. The author of the website had this to say about the feature, "global warming and its causes is an issue that many believe is hotly disputed despite the fact that all of the major universities from around the United States are in agreement". The research from the top universities is meant to substantiate the claims by the author.
Quoting Al Gore's statement, "What would you rather choose-a bunch of gold bars or the Earth?" the website emphasizes the fact that the issue of global warming should be dealt with seriously, irrespective of the negative impact that such attempts might have on business. An informative article on "The Harsh Reality of Global Warming" by David C Terr provides a brief introduction of the greenhouse effect and the consequences faced all over the world.
In addition, it offers comprehensive lists of global warming consequences as revealed by news stories and research journals from different US states along the coast, as well as from different countries, such as India, Thailand, UK, Pakistan, New Zealand, etc.
Another attractive feature of this website is the 'Polls' section that features the poll results of various public polls conducted by different organizations all over the world to find answers to questions related to global warming. Apart from this, the website also offers its viewers an opportunity to subscribe to latest global warming news.
COGW is an easy-to-use website and can also be viewed in other languages, such as Filipino, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish.