Effects of climate change, such as sea level rise, increased oceanic heat, acidification of the oceans, melting of ice in poles and glaciers continue, extreme weather conditions have sown destruction on all continents, as indicated in the WMO Climate change and its different effects are reaching the different areas of the planet and are becoming more aggressive every day, which together with the demographic growth of the world population that already reaches 7.8 billion inhabitants and the pollution of the air by the Greenhouse gas emissions due to the action of human activity make the perspective of sustainable development and social welfare increasingly difficult to achieve by the end of the century.View More Tornadoes wave in the USA increases and each season is more aggressive
(Español) Los efectos del cambio climático en 2018 se han intensificado gradualmente a través olas de calor y de frio, incendios forestales, inundaciones, sequias, huracanes y ciclones, por lo que se estima que para 2040 se incrementará los problemas como la escasez de alimentos, los incendios forestales, el desplazamiento poblacional, las inundaciones y sequiasView More Effects of climate change in 2018
‘Already affecting us’: Climate change evident in Southwest as heat, drought, fires, federal report says Ian James UE, AZ central News. Arizona State, Published Nov 26, 2018 A new report from the federal government says the effects of climate change are intensifying across the country,…View More ‘Already affecting us’: Climate change evident in Southwest as heat, drought, fires, federal report says
Heat waves and drought have manifested with great intensity in 2018, in different countries of Asia, Africa, Europe, America and Oceania as a result of greater global warming, causing hundreds of human losses and billions of dollars in losses of harvests in different crops, registering the highest temperatureView More Heatwaves its effect and drought in 2018
The study shows that unless drastic measures are taken to limit the emissions that cause climate change, the most populated and agricultural region of China could face such deadly conditions repeatedly, suffering the most damaging heat effects, at least as far as regarding human life, from anywhere on the planet.View More Prevent deadly heat waves in China due to climate change
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.
Harvests in US to suffer from climate change Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), January 19, 2017 Some of the most important crops risk substantial damage from rising temperatures. To better assess how climate change caused by human greenhouse gas emissions will likely impact…View More Harvests in US to suffer from climate change
Many cities in the world have a high level of air pollution, as it increases the risk of patients with respiratory diseases, asthma, cardiovascular and cancer. Air pollution has been spreading in more industrialized and more densely populated cities, gradually has been manifesting in different geographical areas of the world, which reflects that it is necessary to seek short and long term solutions that reduce the effects created. The large industrial growth and the continuous increase of automobiles are factors that contribute to a great extent to raise the contamination.View More Air pollution continues its increase worldwide.
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.
WMO highlights human action on climate change. UN-WMO News Center, November 8, 2016. The luster 2011-2015 has been the warmest recorded so far, during that same period greenhouse gas concentrations continued to rise and reached unprecedented levels. High temperatures have been accompanied by other indicators…View More WMO highlights human action on climate change.
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.
Unsafe air pollution levels affect 9 in10 people globally Justin Worland, Science Environment, Sept. 27, 2016 More than 90% of the world’s population lives in areas with unsafe pollution levels, the study incorporates data in 3,000 cities and towns across the globe. Unsafe air-pollution levels…View More Unsafe air pollution levels affect 9 in10 people globally
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