NAJPOZNATIJE DRVEĆE NA SVETU

Drvo je najveći živi organizam na planeti. Drveće predstavlja oko 80% zelenih biljaka na Zemlji. Drveće obezbeđuje strukturalno i funkcionalno stanište za dve trećine kopnenih vrsta živih bića.

platan kod Miloševog konakaNajpoznatije drveće na planeti je:

  • Platan kod Miloševog konaka, Beograd
  • Tule drvo, Santa Maria del Tule, Meksiko
  • Drvo pamuka, Freetown, Siere Leone
  • Australijski Baobab, Zapadna Australija
  • Veliki hrast, Notinghempšir, Engleska
  • Drvo života, Bahrein, Persijski zaliv
  • Zmajeva krv, ostrvo Socotra,  Indijski okean
  • Sekvoja General Šerman, Nacionalni park, Kalifornija
  • Božiji kedar, Severni Liban
  • Baobab Avenija, Zapadni deo Madagaskara
  • Eukaliptus boje duge, Nova Gvineja i dr.

ČUDNI OBLACI SU SE POJAVILI ŠIROM PLANETE – UNDULATUS ASPERATUS

Undulatus Asperatus ili Asperatus je formacija oblaka koja je klasifikovana 2009. godine od strane CAS-a (Cloud Appreciation Society).  Svetska Meteorološka Organizacija je smatrala kako je dala imena svim mogućim formacijama oblaka no naša promenljiva globalna klima je naučnike  i javnost ostavila bez daha pre tri godine s najčudnijim oblicima pare i ledenih kristala u planetarnoj atmosferi.

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Autor: Ljubica Šaran

Izvor:  http://matrixworldhr.wordpress.com/

PROTECTION HUMAN HEALTY AND ENVIRONMENTAL OF PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS

Global trend in man’s consciousness is returning of natural balance which is perturbated by global pollution. Ecological way of thinking and local acting concerning that theme should prevail, including also economic effects of human activities. The concept of sustainable development is of great significance in quality attaining and sustentation of all conditions  necessary for re-attaining  of  natural balance. Ecological way of consciousnes has to be a priority, while natural balance do not rebalance. Concerning global acting, legislative regulations which by environment protection field is regulated,  should be generally adjusted. Serbia intensively works on its legislative regulations adjustment to those adapted in EU.

Zagadjenje okolineStockholm Convention allude to Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs), which are big threat to live organisms when they come into environment. These kinds of chemicals are heterogenous, could be a combustion product and originate during different industrial production processes. They represent great dangeour while their accumulation affection in organism and are soluble in fats; some of them can induce deseases similar to cancer, if they come into organism. In Serbian public is unsufficient knowledge about this kind of pollution, so such and similar  education is necessary. Organization of National Implementing Plan is big step ahead, which takes over the activities on Stockholm Convetion’s ratification.

Autors: Nada Mijajlović, Mirjana Savić,  M. Jeločnik

WINE TOURISM AND SUSTAINABLE RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE DANUBE BASIN AREA IN SERBIA

Rural areas in the Danube basin area in Serbia facing serious economic and social difficulties, caused by the transition, the economic crisis and the processes of migration and depopulation, which are particularly evident in the area of the Lower Danube. Danube is known for its centuries-long tradition of producing grapes and quality wines, which is now concentrated in the family wineries. Wine tourism, based on the production of quality wines of protected geographical indications in conjunction with the production of traditional local food and craft products, cultural tourism and nature-based tourism can make a significant contribution to sustainable territorial development. The authors analyze the possibilities and constraints for the development of wine tourism in the wine regions of the Danube basin area, included in the official wine routes of the Tourist Organization of Serbia.

Baš sam lep! Volim Dunav!Favorable natural conditions and centuries-old tradition in the production of grapes and quality wine in the Danube basin area in Serbia, as well as a successful transition shift in the vineyard sector towards strengthening family wineries, and their inclusion in Danube wine and cultural routes represent a good strategy to enhance wine tourism and its contribution to territorial development. The perceived financial and infrastructure limitations and weaknesses in human resources must be rapidly overcome with efficient actions of the state and local communities, including EU assistance.

Autors: Vesna Popović, Jelena Živanović