planetwide

planetwide

(ˈplænɪtˌwaɪd)
adj
relating to or affecting a whole planet
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Variations in atmospheric activity on either planet (such as planetwide dust storms on Mars) can alter brightness by as much as a few tenths of a magnitude, so compare the two planets when they're at similar altitudes.
Calculations before the encounter suggested that the planetwide ice level has dropped by nearly 1 kilometer over Pluto's lifetime as the ice sublimated into the atmosphere and drifted into space.
Building out coal kills far more people, and continuing to emit carbon dioxide causes planetwide risks that dwarf those associated with radiation leaks.
Daily life on a Mars colony, Ber-leant imagines, may be nowhere nearly as glamorous as science-fiction might have you think, but an initial colony could grow into a thriving, planetwide population very quickly.
Ever since the industrial revolution, for example, remarkable advances in agriculture and resource extraction have been accomplished by anthropocentric policies at the cost of the planetwide degradation of nature.
The 200-per-year planetwide estimate is a calculation based on the number found in a systematic survey of a portion of the planet.
I agree with the organizers that the moniker fits, inasmuch as the artist addressed issues related to the planetwide impact of new technologies long before most other postwar artists were even beginning to conceive of such shifts, and he continued to do so throughout his career.
Senior Superintendent Pascual Munoz, Laguna police director, said nine employees of Planetwide Pawnshop, which is owned by Tambunting Pawnshops, were arrested and would be charged with qualified theft and obstruction of justice for their participation in the faked burglary.
Their fact-finding mission, however, puts them in the middle of a planetwide power struggle--Vienne is captured, and Durango must find a way to save her.
This decade could, though, produce another event consciously aimed at a planetwide conversation--a dialogue linking not just cities and their leaders but also citizens of the world's cities as direct participants.
While globalization is both inescapable and irreversible, and it has brought to the fore, "objectively", our planetwide dependency and responsibility for one another, there are actually few signs that the privileged few "are willing to take up in earnest the subjective responsibility for that objective responsibility of ours" (Bauman 2008: 26; emphases original).
The loss of large predators and "apex consumers" at the top of the food chain has caused pervasive disruption to ecosystems planetwide.