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CROSS-BORDER ACTIONS TO FIGHT CROSS-BORDER THREATS
SUPPORTED BY EU EACEA „EUROPE FOR CITIZENS”
LADISLAV KUSENDA KÁLNICA, SLOVAKIA WORKING GROUP PLENARY REPORT
THERMAL BALANCE HEAT RECEIVED HEAT IRRADIATED
THERMAL BALANCE TEMPERATURE IS CONSTANT HEAT RECEIVED HEAT IRRADIATED
THERMAL BALANCE COOLS DOWN HEAT RECEIVED HEAT IRRADIATED
THERMAL BALANCE HEATS UP HEAT RECEIVED HEAT IRRADIATED
TEMPERATURE OF THE EARTH (CLIMATE) IS CONSTANT
EARTH (CLIMATE) HEATS UP
„GREEN HOUSE” ISOLATION
EARTH (CLIMATE) HEATS UP ISOLATION CO2, (CH4)
FIGHT THE CLIMATE CHANGE!! SAVE ENERGY USE LESS FOSSIL ENERGY USE RENEWABLE ENERGY REDUCE YOUR FOOTPRINT
SAVE ENERGY! PROTECT THE EARTH!
CROSS-BORDER ACTIONS TO FIGHT CROSS-BORDER THREATS.
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