World Environment Day UN, June, 2020 Time for nature The foods we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink and the climate that makes our planet habitable all come from nature. For instance, each year, marine plants produce more than a half of…View More World Environment Day
International Mother Earth Day 2020 UN, 22 April, 2020 We must act decisively to protect our planet from both the coronavirus and the existential threat of climate disruption. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres When Mother Earth sends us a message Mother Earth is clearly urging a…View More International Mother Earth Day 2020
Worldwide there are more than 10 million ha affected by forest fires in 2019. The Amazon has an area of 4.8 million hectares affected by forest fires between Bolivia, Brazil and Paraguay. In Siberia, Russia has been razed 3.0 million ha. In India 1.3 million ha caught fire. In addition every year they burn in Africa at the end of the dry season of 300 to 350 million Since they mainly affect pastures and land dedicated to cropsView More Global warming, forest fires and it disastrous effects in 2019.
The effects of global warming in 2019 continue to rise causing: the melting of the ice sheet at the poles, the increase in forest fires and increased activity of tornadoes and cyclonesView More Global warming increase its destructive activity in 2019.
(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
Juan G. R., Juan G. R. and Juan P. J. A. Global warming and forest fires. Water and Irrigation Vol .: 7, No. 1: 21-22, September, 2016, Spain. During 2016 as a result of global warming and the impact of human activity there have been…View More Global warming and forest fires.
Juan G. R. and Juan Prado J. A. Effects of El Niño phenomenon. Water and Irrigation Vol .: 7, No. 1: 7-8, February, 2016, Spain. El Nino phenomenon is causing various disturbances weather patterns such as heavy rainfall, flooding, increased ocean temperatures, droughts, forest fires…View More Effects of El Niño phenomenon.
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…View More El Niño reached its peak in late 2015.
Juan G. R. and Juan P. J. A. Effects of global warming in 2015. Water and Irrigation Vol .: 7, No. 1: 4-6, January, 2016, Spain. Global warming causes in 2015 mainly as a result of greenhouse gas emissions, influenced by the effects of El…View More Effects of global warming in 2015.
Juan G.R. World situation of drought in 2015 and its consequences. Water and Irrigation. Vol .: 6, No. 1: 19-20, August, 2015, Spain. The lack of rain has caused droughts in different continents, as well as the reduction of water reserves in aquifers worldwide, increasing…View More World situation of drought in 2015 and its consequences.