Gas emissions could make Earth uninhabitable

Emissions could make Earth uninhabitable http://www.globalpossibilities.org/emissions-could-make-earth-uninhabitable/ Casey Coates Danson, February 28, 2016. Global Possibilities, Committed to educating the public about solutions to our ecological, economic and political crises. The greenhouse gases effect, in the Earth would become increasingly steamy, and then start to lose its…

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El Niño reached its peak in late 2015.

El Niño reached its peak in late 2015. Empresa Editora El Comercio, January 12, 2016, Lima, Peru. El Niño is a phenomenon that is increasing the surface temperature of the Pacific Ocean, causing high temperatures in Asia and East Africa as well as heavy rains…

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Tornadoes, storms, floods and frost in USA in December 2015

Juan G. R. Tornadoes, storms, floods and frost in USA in December 2015 Water and Irrigation Vol : 7, No. 1: 1-3, January, 2016, Spain. Climate change in the territory of the United States, as a result of increased pollution emissions of greenhouse gases and…

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Impact of human activity determinant factor of global warming.

Juan G. R , Juan G. R., and Juan P. J. A. Impact of human activity determinant factor of global warming.  Water and Irrigation Vol .: 6, No. 1: 36-38, December, 2015, Spain. The impact of human activity has a great weight in the emission…

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Coalition of business leaders challenges 2C climate change target

Coalition of business leaders challenges 2C climate change target Suzanne Goldenberg Theguardian.com, 7 December 2015, UK.  The corporate leaders, members and supporters of the B Team, a coalition of chief executives for climate action, said governments should aim for a stronger target than the agreed…

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Water crisis in Chile causes the water to become blue gold with desert encroachment.

Water crisis in Chile causes the water to become blue gold with desert encroachment.  Bloomberg, July 6, 2015, the first digital diary, Chile. The producers of the previously fertile valleys of Choapa and Limari rivers in Chile, which for generations lived on agriculture are destroying…

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How will global warming affect Latin America and the Caribbean

How will global warming affect Latin America and the Caribbean Written by RT Thursday, April 23, 2015, Cuba. Global warming will mean an increase in average global temperature of 4 ° C, which represents for Latin America and the Caribbean 20% more droughts, 80% more…

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Vanuatu needed humanitarian aid against the ravages of cyclone Pam.

Juan G. R Vanuatu needed humanitarian aid against the ravages of cyclone Pam. Water and Irrigation. Vol .: 6, No. 1: 9-10, March 2015, Spain.  The Pam cyclone reached the highest category with winds up to 230 kilometers per hour in the eye of the…

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Global Sea Levels Increased by 3mm a Year Since 1990

Global Sea Levels increased by 3 mm a year since 1990. By Climate News Network in Flood Protection, January 26, 2015 There are several reports based on scientific studies regarding sea level rises. Studies show sea level rise along US coastal regions has accelerated from…

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Record temperatures set to reach tropics first

Record temperatures set to reach tropics first Diane Desotelle, MN Sea Grant .The world could reach temperature record means for 2047. Tropical regions will be hit even earlier with unprecedented temperatures being reached in Indonesia’s Papau province by 2020, Jamaica by 2023 and Equatorial Guinea…

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Crop scientists now fret about heat not just water.

Stebbins C. Crop scientists now fret about heat not just water.                              Reuters. Chicago,  Oct 24, 2011,USA                                                             Crop scientists in the United States, the world’s largest food exporter, are pondering an odd question: could the danger of global warming really be the heat? For…

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