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 UN-organized climate summit in New York on September 23 is key to assessing future prospects in the fight against global warming and climate change. They have stolen my dreams and my childhood with their empty words, said the young activist Greta Thunberg at the opening of the climate summitView More Climate Summit against global warming and climate change in NY.
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.
People in this US city will drink treated sewage water due to climate change drought By: CNN Posted: Dec 03, 2018 The people of El Paso in Texas are living in the middle of the harsh Chihuahuan Desert The city gets little relief with an…View More People in this US city will drink treated sewage water due to climate change drought
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
Juan G. R., Juan G. R., Juan G. M. and Juan G. M. I., Hurricane Irma has brought destruction and death to the Caribbean, Cuba and Florida. Water and Irrigation. Vol .: 8, No. 1: 11-13, September 2017, Spain. Hurricane Irma has brought destruction and…View More Hurricane Irma has brought destruction and death to the Caribbean, Cuba and Florida.
Melting in the Antartic region Juan G. R., Juan G. R., Juan P. J. A. Melting in the poles continues with its implacable advance. Water and Irrigation Vol .: 8, No. 1: 7-8, July 2017, Spain. Global warming intensifies, 2016…View More Melting in the poles continues with its implacable advance.
Drought in Yucatán will cause water pollution Paul Antoine Matos. The Mayan Journey, Merida, Yucatan, Tuesday, May 15, 2017. Due to factors such as climate change and deforestation, drought seasons in recent years have seen high temperatures in Mexico, if drought continues to be damaged…View More Drought in Yucatán will cause water pollution
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
The Bolivian glaciers are in retreat. Miriam Telma Jemio By: Univision. Posted: Jan 19, 2017, Bolivia. The impact of climate change on tropical glaciers, of which 20% is in Bolivia, in the Cordillera Real, are an important source of water for the inhabitants of the…View More The Bolivian glaciers are in retreat.
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 warming and acidification of the oceans reduce the capacity of calcareous phytoplankton to absorb CO2 from the atmosphere. The rapid warming and acidification of the oceans causes negative impacts on the calcareous microalgae that are important regulators of the concentration of CO2 in the…View More Global warming and acidification of the oceans.
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.