It is time to act decisively is clear: tax pollution; end fossil fuel subsidies; and stop building new coal plants, we need a green economy not a grey economy. Understanding the different types of pollution and how it affects our health and our environment, will help us to take measures to improve the air we breathe.View More World Environment Day
Global emissions of carbon dioxide have mainly increased due to the great impact of human activity and the increase in around 80 million / year of the world population.View More Emissions of C02 in the main polluting countries.
Global Livestock Environmental Assessment Model (GLEAM) Results FAO, 2016. The livestock sector contributes significantly to the total human emissions of greenhouse gases, it is estimated that livestock production chains emitted a total of 7.1 gigatonnes of CO2-eq globally in 2005, which represents 14.5% of the…View More Global Livestock Environmental Assessment
Climate change could melt 3.5% of methane deposits in oceans. Posted by: Green EFE editorial, October 27, 2016 Granada, Spain. In research, based on simulations, it has been estimated that some 60 billion tonnes of carbon from global methane hydrate deposits located beneath the seas…View More Climate change could melt methane deposits in oceans.
Juan G. R. and Juan G. R. Global warming and climate change, its effects. Water and Irrigation Vol .: 7, No. 1: 30-31, October, 2016, Spain. The most developed areas of the world contribute to increased global warming, since among China, the US and the…View More Global warming and climate change, its effects.
Agro in fighting climate change. Andrea Rodríguez Valverde / October 16, 2016, Costa Rica. Irrigation programs are strengthened to acquire technology to generate electricity based on clean sources. It is also working on two pilot projects in coffee and cattle, to achieve higher productivity with…View More Agro in fighting climate change.
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
Juan G. R. and Juan P. J. A. The melting at the poles and global warming. Water and Irrigation Vol .: 7, No. 1: 9-10, March, 2016, Spain. Changes in air temperature and oceans affect the melting ice due to heat exchange between ice, water…View More The melting at the poles and global warming.
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
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…View More Coalition of business leaders challenges 2C climate change target
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.
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.
Tuduri B. F. Climate change, causes, development and consequences. Alicante, 25/11/2009, Spain. Currently, there is a strong scientific consensus that global climate will be significantly altered in the XXI century as a result of increased concentrations of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous…View More Climate change, causes, development and consequences. Alicante, 25/11/2009, Spain