biodiversidad

UN report on biodiversity: one million species threatened with extinction

Forests, peatlands and coastal marine ecosystems must be protected or restored. The combination of biodiversity conservation with the drastic reduction of CO2 emissions and the increase of carbon storage in nature can contribute significantly to limit global warming to 1.5 ° C

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Amphibious Colombia, a knowledge of wetlands and moors.

Amphibious Colombia, a thorough knowledge of wetlands and moors. Environment, May 18, 2016, Colombia. The country has unprecedented information on ecosystems. Titled Amphibious Colombia, the results of scientific research on the moors and wetlands in the country were presented, which are habitat of amphibians, birds,…

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Earth enters sixth extinction phase with many species including our own.

Earth enters sixth extinction phase with many species including our own. Rose Troup Buchanan, reporter BBC Saturday 20 June 2015 Union Kingdom The planet is entering a new period of extinction with top scientists warning that species all over the world are “essentially the walking…

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We have wiped out more than half of animal species in the world

We have wiped out more than half of animal species in the world World Wide Fund for Nature, WWF, Switzerland, NOTIMEX October 1, 2014 | Human activity is largely responsible for the disappearance of over 50% of animal species in the world since 1970, warned…

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World Oceans Day 2013

World Oceans Day 2013 http://www.unesco.org/new/en/unesco/events/prizes-and-celebrations/celebrations/international-days/oceans-day/world-oceans-day-2013/ UNESCO – IOC Oceans World Ocean Day is a time to celebrate our common treasure, which makes the Earth habitable for people by providing and regulating the climate, weather, oxygen, food and many other environmental, social and economic benefits. The…

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Biodiversity of the Orinoco river basin: obligatory reference.

Biodiversity of the Orinoco river basin: obligatory reference. January 17, 2011, Colombia, Venezuela. The Orinoco river binational basin extends over an area of ​​981,446 km2, shared by 65% ​​in Venezuela and by Colombia in 35%, it provides valuable information about the current state of knowledge…

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