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…View More Gas emissions could make Earth uninhabitable
COP21: climate change summit reaches deal in Paris. BBC, Science & Environment, 13 December 2015. A deal to attempt to limit the rise in global temperatures to less than 2C has been agreed at the climate change summit in Paris after two weeks of intense…View More COP21 climate change summit reaches deal in Paris
Tropical deforestation distorts rainfall and winds of the world. Iberian America reports, December 29, 2014 The catastrophic effects of deforestation are not limited to increased CO2 in the atmosphere. The elimination of forests changes the humidity and air flow, resulting in changes of fluctuations in…View More Tropical deforestation distorts rainfall and winds of the world.
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…View More Earth enters sixth extinction phase with many species including our own.
Juan G. R. Alertness on global depletion of groundwater reserves. Water and Irrigation. Vol .: 6, No. 1: 17-18, July, 2015, Spain. The depletion of water reserves in the world, not about a point problem, but widespread that already includes major aquifers in the world…View More Alertness on global depletion of groundwater reserves.
International Mother Earth Day 2015 But the big decisions that lie ahead are not just for world leaders and policy-makers. Today, on Mother Earth Day, I ask each one of us to be mindful of the impacts our choices have on this planet, and what…View More International Mother Earth Day 2015.
EU and China reached a historic climate agreement to cut emissions. Matt Hoye and Holly Yan, November 12, 2014, Mexico. United States and China reached a climate agreement in which they agree to reduce their emissions of greenhouse gases in the next two decades. These…View More EU and China reached a historic climate agreement to cut emissions.
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…View More We have wiped out more than half of animal species in the world
Helm V., Humbert A., and Miller H. Elevation and elevation change of Greenland and Antarctica derived from CryoSat-2 Glaciology Section, Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany The Cryosphere: 8, 1539–1559, 2014. Published: 20 August 2014 The study focuses on…View More Elevation and elevation change ice sheets of Greenland and Antarctica
Plastic island floating in the Pacific Newspaper 20 Minutes. R. Q. 22.05.2012 In the Pacific there is an island of four million tons of floating debris, 80% is plastic from land-situated between California and Hawaii. Experts estimate that has an area of 1.5 million square…View More Plastic island floating in the Pacific
Water Pollution in China ANSA, Peking. China.09/02/2010. The Chinese government acknowledged that the country’s waters have twice the pollution of that he admitted to an official report of 2007 on the pollution of water resources. The Ministry of Environmental Protection presented the new data,…View More Water Pollution in China
The steady increase in world population, low birth control by the non developed countries, excessive pollution of the environment, inadequate protection of the marine environment, the systematic neglect of agriculture in many countries, the high demand for food, inadequate water management.View More The excessive global population growth threatens its sustainability.
Juan G. R. Climate change, current and short-term effect. Water and Irrigation, Volume 1, Nº 2: 3-4, 2010, Spain. Climate change is part of the changes or adjustments that makes the planet earth to maintain the balance of different factors or natural forces, at the…View More Climate change, current and short-term effect.