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Emirates continues to grow in Europe and looks to the land of Vasco de Gama announcing the new daily service to Lisbon from 9 July. Emirates is the first carrier based in the Middle East to work in Portugal, bringing our innovative approach to customer service, and a great value for money. The capital of Portugal will be served by a modern Boeing 777-200ER, with a configuration to three classes: the flight EK 192 depart from Lisbon at 17:55 and arrive in Dubai at 04:35 the next day; while the flight EK 191 depart Dubai at 09:15 each day and arrive in Lisbon 14:45.
Youn new non-stop for Washington Dulles International Airport Emirates will instead be inaugurated by the next 12 September 2012, adding to the global network of airline including the U.S. capital. Washigton DC will be the seventh stop the American and the third course open to the U.S. from the beginning of 2012 Emirates, which will connect to a Boeing 777-300 which offers the possibility to book 8 private suites in First Class, 42 posti in Business Class e 304 in Economy Class.
Some British scientists, In a study published in the prestigious journal Nature, have questioned whether it was global warming to cause the increase of CO2. The document, that the magazine published last Wednesday, has broad implications for climate science , because the issue is the workhorse of the current scientific skeptics who deny there is a link between atmospheric carbon and global warming.
In the light of new research, appears that it is extremely likely that the release of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere contributes to Melting permafrost and warming of sea water. "This study should put to rest once and for all the false assertion that the increase of carbon dioxide has been a passive consequence of a rise in global temperatures ", dice Mark Maslin, professor at University College London.
"The study, also - adds Maslin - shows that global warming may be amplified by the release of CO2 produced from melting permafrost, that causes the decomposition of organic matter contained in its interior with the consequent release of the gas. So the study, continues the scientist, the close correlation between the increase of CO2 produced by burning fossil fuels and global warming and the consequent climate change. We are facing a real Copernican revolution, as this study argues that the increase of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, million years ago, contributed to raising the temperature on our planet ".