WHY ?

Environment issues are fact, happening day by day. Round the clock, round the world, everywhere.

Have a look at the examples we've collected and see the great need for a change, the need for GreenCorder!

CONTAMINATED SITES

Former environmental chief makes serious allegations against Wallis government.

Only after pressure from SRF, various Swiss media and the Data Protection Officer, the documents have now been disclosed.

PLASTIC GARBAGE DUMP

Plastic pollution in the sea has grown rapidly in recent decades.

Researchers from South Africa are providing evidence that merchant ships from China dispose of plastic waste in the sea - deliberately.

GOOGLE DONATES TO CLIMATE CHANGE DENIERS

Google has made "substantial" donations to several organizations known for their denial of climate change. This is reported by the British "Guardian"

YOUTH ASSEMBLY

Alma Victoria Krause, who is 16-years-old from Cork, speaking in the Dáil this morning on behalf of the Food and Farming group for the #YouthAssemblyOnClimate #RTÉonClimate

INTERNET IS HARMFUL TO CLIMATE

Numerous scientific studies prove the enormous CO2 emissions of server farms, which are necessary for Google, Netflix & Co.

MUSHROOMS STILL RADIOACTIVE

More than 33 years ago, reactor 4 of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant exploded. The consequences of this nuclear disaster can be felt even in Central Europe to this day,

WAITING FOR A MIRACLE

Looking for technological solutions instead of enforcing painful behavioral changes? This strategy will not help us with climate change.

SF6: THE STRONGEST GREENHOUSE GAS

It is 24,000 times as harmful to the climate as CO2: sulfur hexafluoride is the strongest known greenhouse gas. But renewable energies depend on its properties.

AIR POLLUTION GETTING WORSE

Air pollution is getting worse, and data show more people are dying
Eroding air quality was linked to 10,000 additional U.S. deaths over a two-year period

YOUNG CLIMATE PROTECTORS MOVE ON

Without volunteering, the Austrian Youth Climate Conference would be unimaginable

11.000 SCIENTISTS CALL FOR EMERGENCY

New York - 11,258 scientists from 153 countries warn in a joint statement impressively against a global climate emergency.

ACID RAIN

As early as 1982, the world was "5 minutes to 12" - the forest dying, caused by the acid rain. A landmark in environmental history, which today often leads to comparisons with the climate crisis.

MUSHROOM RADIATION MAP

The state of Carinthia posted the first Cesium 137 mushroom map. It gives a digital overview of the radiation exposure of native mushroom species.