Despite the fact that this figure seems insignificant, it has a decisive influence on the frequency and strength of tropical storms, falling on the tropical and subtropical areas. As a result, researchers failed to establish that the reduction in the concentration of aerosols in the atmosphere is responsible for 67-69 per cent growth temperature of water in the Atlantic in recent years. The temperature rise in absolute terms on average a quarter of a degree of decade. Article authors believe that the described mechanisms of heating of the ocean are unlikely to be replicated in other regions of the planet, as described conditions unique name for the tropical North Atlantic region. Throughout the world has passed environmental action 'Earth Hour' Environmental Action 'Earth Hour', which was held last Saturday, has once again reminded mankind that electricity and natural resources need to save.
As part of this international actions by millions of people around the world for one hour turn off the electricity to once again attract international attention to the problem of global climate change and encourage people around the world to save energy and natural resources. The first action 'Earth Hour' was held in March 2007 in Sydney (Australia). In 2008 it was attended by more than 50 million people from 35 countries worldwide. In 2009, joined the action even more participants and the number of participating cities has reached one thousand. March 28, 2009 the electricity went out in such major cities as London, Beijing, Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro, Hong Kong, Dubai, Singapore, Athens, Rome, Toronto, Sydney, Mexico City, Istanbul and others were left for one hour without lights such famous attractions as the statue of Christ above Rio de Janeiro, Table Mountain in Cape Town, Merlion in Singapore, the Tower of 'Federation' in Moscow, Sydney Opera House, the cn Tower in Toronto, the in Cardiff and the tallest building in the world – 'Taipei 101' in Taiwan.