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Fires in Argentina’s Paraná Delta are burning ‘out of control’

Sat, 08 Aug 2020 01:10:00 +0200mongabay (en)

Argentina’s Paraná Delta is on fire, and conservationists are sounding the alarm, warning that this major ecosystem could be devastated beyond repair. The delta system, which spans 19,300 square kilometers (7,450 square miles) in eastern Argentina, is an intricate network of islands, streams,....

Deforestation in the Amazon is drying up the rest of Brazil: Report

Fri, 07 Aug 2020 17:33:00 +0200mongabay (en)

For two years, regions of Brazil that depend on precipitation fed by Amazonian vegetation have seen rainfall below historical averages, impacting crops and harvests. A recent bulletin from a federal agency points to agribusiness itself as one of the drivers of this pattern.

Small trees could form the basis of more drought-resistant rainforests

Wed, 05 Aug 2020 13:13:00 +0200dailymail (en)

'Conditions in the Amazon are shifting due to climate change, and trees will have to adapt if they are to survive,' said lead author David Bartholomew at the University of Exeter. 'Our findings show that small trees are more capable of changing their physiology in response to environmental changes than their larger neighbours.

“Quale progetto di sviluppo del Gargano?”

Tue, 04 Aug 2020 20:01:00 +0200statoquotidiano (it)

(fuoriporta) Gentile Direttore, mi chiamo Philippe Royer. Sono belga e professore di francese e filosofia in pensione. Il mio primo contatto con il Gargano fu in marzo 2000, 20 anni fa. Un colpo di fulmine! Sono 12 anni che vivo felice a Vico del Gargano quasi tutto l’anno .

Mueren cuatro delincuentes y dos PoliTrujillo durante enfrentamiento con la banda "Los Cáscaras" (+Fotos)

Tue, 28 Jul 2020 13:58:00 +0200noticiaaldia (es)

Más de 16,4 millones de personas han resultado infectadas por el nuevo coronavirus a nivel mundial, según las cifras oficiales de casos confirmados, y 654.327​ han muerto, según un recuento de Reuters. El reciente secuestro y posterior asesinato de un GNB en Trujillo desató la guerra entre las autoridades y «Los Cáscaras».

Mueren cuatro delincuentes y dos PoliTrujillo durante careo con «Los Cáscaras» (+Fotos)

Tue, 28 Jul 2020 12:37:00 +0200noticiaaldia (es)

El reciente secuestro y posterior asesinato de un GNB en Trujillo desató la guerra entre las autoridades y «Los Cáscaras». Bandas criminales dominan la zona limítrofe entre Trujillo y Zulia El estado Zulia registró este lunes 27 de julio, 97 nuevos casos de Covid-19, así lo informó el....

Guaidó afirma que DIRECTV podrá volver a los hogares venezolanos

Tue, 28 Jul 2020 05:35:00 +0200noticiaaldia (es)

En el Zulia se registraron 97 nuevos casos de Covid-19. El vicepresidente de Comunicación, Turismo y Cultura, Jorge Rodríguez informó este lunes 27 de julio que en las últimas 24 horas se reportaron 4 decesos y 525 nuevos casos de Covid-19 en Venezuela El estado Zulia registró este lunes 27 de....

El Zulia brillará otra vez con un homenaje Internacional a Lilia Boscán de Lombardi (+Concurso)

Tue, 28 Jul 2020 04:55:00 +0200noticiaaldia (es)

En el Zulia se registraron 97 nuevos casos de Covid-19. El vicepresidente de Comunicación, Turismo y Cultura, Jorge Rodríguez informó este lunes 27 de julio que en las últimas 24 horas se reportaron 4 decesos y 525 nuevos casos de Covid-19 en Venezuela El ministro del Interior, Néstor Reverol,....

Bolivia decreta estado de «calamidad pública» por coronavirus

Tue, 28 Jul 2020 02:01:00 +0200noticiaaldia (es)

El presidente del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID), Luis Alberto Moreno, dijo el lunes que América Latina, que ya presentaba un deterioro en su crecimiento, saldrá más pobre de la... El gobierno interino de Bolivia decretó este lunes el estado de «calamidad pública» en todo el país, lo que....

NASA Warns of 'Active' Atlantic Hurricane and Amazon Fire Seasons

Tue, 14 Jul 2020 23:01:00 +0200smithsonianmag (en)

The conditions are “ripe” for an active Atlantic hurricane and Amazon fire season in 2020, according to forecasts from NASA and University of California, Irvine scientists. Researchers point to warmer than average sea surface temperatures in the North Atlantic Ocean as a sign of intensified....

Conditions ripe for active Atlantic hurricane season, Amazon fires

Sun, 12 Jul 2020 15:42:00 +0200terradaily (en)

Warmer than average sea surface temperatures in the tropical North Atlantic Ocean so far in 2020 have set the stage for an active hurricane season and elevated the risk of fires in the southern Amazon, according to scientists at NASA and the University of California, Irvine.

NASA Finds Conditions Ripe for Active Amazon Fire, Atlantic Hurricane Seasons

Fri, 10 Jul 2020 14:18:00 +0200scitechdaily (en)

Warmer than average sea surface temperatures in the tropical North Atlantic Ocean so far in 2020 have set the stage for an active hurricane season and elevated the risk of fires in the southern Amazon, according to scientists at NASA and the University of California, Irvine.

Medioambiente La ampliación de la frontera agrícola le abre la puerta a la desertificación La explotación extrema de las tierras cultivables deja tras sí zonas desérticas que obligan a tumbar más bosques. La ampliación de la frontera agrícola es el factor clave en la fabricación de desiertos en América Latina.

Tue, 16 Jun 2020 15:27:00 +0200deutschewelle-es (es)

Más tala a la sombra de la pandemia. "La ampliación de la frontera agrícola y la cría intensiva de ganado, en detrimento de los bosques, está dejando tras sí terrenos áridos y desérticos", concluye Luis Ortega, quien advierte de los graves daños en la Amazonía compartida por Brasil, Colombia,....

“Huge forest fires put our health at risk”

Tue, 16 Jun 2020 13:58:00 +0200epfl (en)

For weeks, the huge fires that consumed Australia at the beginning of this year were front-page news – and a major cause of global concern. Now, Siberia – Russia’s northernmost region – is experiencing wildfires after record spring heat, with temperatures sometimes exceeding 30 degrees in May and an average of 10 degrees above seasonal standards.

El ojo del huracán llega a la región con dos meses de encierro argentino y la economía en el piso

Fri, 22 May 2020 02:52:00 +0200clarin (es)

del coronavirus encadenó un vertiginoso recorrido por Asia, Europa y América del Norte y en los últimos días, según marcan las estadísticas, viró hacia América del Sur. Brasil está a punto de convertirse en el país en todo el mundo con más casos nuevos de contagio por día y el fin de semana....

Environmental Security May News Update

Wed, 20 May 2020 18:39:00 +0200stimson (en)

Cyclone Harold, which hit the Pacific in last month, demonstrated the difficulties for Small Island Developing States (SIDS) in combating the twin threat posed by hurricanes and COVID-19. The category five storm made landfall in Solomon Islands, Tonga, and Fiji , killing dozens of people, flooding towns, and leaving many homeless.

How China Is Weaponizing Water

Tue, 19 May 2020 15:52:00 +0200qrius (en)

China’s unprecedented dam-building program is destroying the environment and enabling it to subdue its neighbors.

Increased frequency of connected patterns from drought to heavy rain in regional hotspots

Sat, 16 May 2020 05:44:00 +0200phys (en)

Like an undulating seesaw, weather in some regions swings from drought to heavy rain under the weight of climate-induced changes, according to an analysis published in Geophysical Research Letters . The study finds a link between droughts followed by heavy rain events, along with an increased rate of these extreme weather occurrences.

Double-Whammy Weather: Increased Frequency of Connected Drought-Heavy Rain Patterns

Fri, 15 May 2020 21:44:00 +0200homelandsecuritynewswire (en)

, finds a link between droughts followed by heavy rain events, along with an increased rate of these successive extreme weather occurrences. The research could inform more effective climate adaptation planning and policies by identifying where these swings are likely to exacerbate conditions, especially for vulnerable populations and ecosystems.

Earth Day: Hotter, wetter, drought, fires – using satellite imagery to see climate change’s impact on global agriculture

Wed, 22 Apr 2020 23:08:00 +0200agfundernews (en)

Editor’s Note: Emily Negrin is director of global communications & marketing for Geosys , the satellite imagery analytics business. For Earth Day, we asked her to provide an overview of how climate change has impacted agriculture industries all over the world using data from the company’s 2019 Climate & Crop Report .

Brasilia, la “maqueta” sesentona de Óscar Niemeyer

Tue, 21 Apr 2020 11:39:00 +0200gestion (es)

Maqueta. Faraónica. Dos de los muchos calificativos de Brasilia , una ciudad construida desde la primera piedra para ser capital y que cumple 60 años como un gran museo a cielo abierto de la obra del arquitecto modernista Óscar Niemeyer. La actual capital de Brasil fue erguida en un paraje desértico....

En cuarentena, Brasilia cumple 60 años

Tue, 21 Apr 2020 11:20:00 +0200yucatan (es)

Fue hecha para convertirse en la capital de Brasil. BRASILIA (EFE).— Maqueta. Faraónica. Dos de los muchos calificativos de Brasilia, una ciudad construida desde la primera piedra para ser capital y que cumple 60 años como un gran museo a cielo abierto de la obra del arquitecto modernista Óscar Niemeyer.

MIL-OSI Global: Yes, climate change can affect extreme weather – but there is still a lot to learn

Mon, 20 Apr 2020 17:53:00 +0200foreignaffairs-nz (en)

– By Friederike Otto, Acting Director, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford. The fact that the climate has warmed by about 1℃ is hard for humans to actually experience first hand, and we certainly can’t see carbon in the air with our own eyes.

Yes, climate change can affect extreme weather – but there is still a lot to learn

Mon, 20 Apr 2020 17:30:00 +0200theconversation-uk (en)

The fact that the climate has warmed by about 1℃ is hard for humans to actually experience first hand, and we certainly can’t see carbon in the air with our own eyes. For most of us, climate change manifests itself and affects our lives through heatwaves, storms, wildfires, floods and droughts.

Brasilia, la "maqueta" sesentona de Óscar Niemeyer

Mon, 20 Apr 2020 13:58:00 +0200elexpresso (es)

Brasilia, 20 abr (EFE).- Maqueta. Faraónica. Dos de los muchos calificativos de Brasilia, una ciudad construida desde la primera piedra para ser capital y que cumple 60 años como un gran museo a cielo abierto de la obra del arquitecto modernista Óscar Niemeyer.

Worst megadrought in centuries emerging in U.S., scientists warn

Thu, 16 Apr 2020 20:55:00 +0200haaretz (en)

Climatologists have been predicting megadrought in the western United States and northern Mexico but it seems to have already begun, scientists suggest in Science on Thursday. While the combination of natural circumstances could have caused a megadrought at this time anyway, this one exacerbated by....

Shrewd water use helped South America’s first empire thrive. So why did a drought destroy it?

Thu, 16 Apr 2020 20:09:00 +0200sciencemag (en)

Apr. 16, 2020 , 12:55 PM. When Wari colonists arrived in the Moquegua Valley of southern Peru some 1400 years ago, people already living there were likely nervous. The Wari state, with its capital city of Huari high in the Andes near what is now Ayacucho, Peru, had been expanding its reach.

World: Desastres Naturales en América Latina y el Caribe, 2000 - 2019

Thu, 19 Mar 2020 00:52:00 +0100reliefWeb (es)

América Latina y el Caribe (LAC) es la segunda región más propensa a los desastres naturales en el mundo 152 millones de personas afectadas a causa de 1.205 desastres (2000-2019) Las inundaciones son el desastre más común en la región. Brasil se encuentra entre los 15 países del mundo con mayor....

Naciones Unidas: «El cambio climático es más mortal que el coronavirus»

Sun, 15 Mar 2020 13:57:00 +0100misionesonline (es)

La epidemia mortal de dengue que azota a Colombia, Brasil, México y Nicaragua; la pérdida de hasta el 70% de cultivos en el Corredor Seco de Centroamérica; las inundaciones en Argentina, Uruguay; los incendios en Brasil, Bolivia y Venezuela; y los huracanes de fuerza sin precedentes en el Caribe,....

Extreme El Niño drought, fires contribute to Amazon insect collapse: Study

Sat, 14 Mar 2020 00:28:00 +0100newsnow-co-uk (en)

Deltochillum enceladus, the largest dung-roller beetle species in the study area, seen rolling a golf ball-sized morsel of dung within an undisturbed forest in the Santarém region of the Brazil ian state of Pará, 2017. Image by Filipe França. Imagine if your local trash collectors stopped showing up for work.

El cambio climático es más mortal que el coronavirus

Fri, 13 Mar 2020 07:25:00 +0100ambientum (es)

En 2019, el cambio climático tuvo graves consecuencias sobre la salud , la comida y el hogar de millones de personas en el mundo. Además, puso en riesgo la vida marina y una gran cantidad de ecosistemas , asegura el informe sobre el Estado del Clima Mundial publicado este martes por la Durante la....

Aumentan las señales y consecuencias del cambio climático

Thu, 12 Mar 2020 10:44:00 +0100retema (es)

Indicadores climáticos. Gases de efecto invernadero. En 2018, las fracciones molares de los gases de efecto invernadero alcanzaron nuevos valores máximos: las fracciones molares medias mundiales de dióxido de carbono (CO2) se situaron en 407,8 0,1 partes por millón (ppm), las de metano (CH4), en 1....

El cambio climático provoca cada vez más muertes, más enfermedades y más hambre en el planeta

Tue, 10 Mar 2020 18:28:00 +0100elmercuriodigital (es)

En 2019, el calentamiento global tuvo consecuencias sobre la salud, la comida y el hogar de millones de personas en el mundo. Además, puso en riesgo la vida marina y una gran cantidad de ecosistemas, asegura el informe sobre el Estado del Clima Mundial publicado este martes por la En el estudio....

El cambio climático provoca cada vez más muertes, más enfermedades y más hambre en el planeta

Tue, 10 Mar 2020 18:10:00 +0100news-un-es (es)

Petteri Talas añadió que este enero fue el más cálido desde que se tienen datos: “En muchas partes del hemisferio norte se ha vivido un invierno excepcionalmente benigno. El humo y los contaminantes de los devastadores incendios de Australia se propagaron por todo el mundo y provocaron un pico en las concentraciones de CO2.

We know, yet another warning: Our most biodiverse ecosystems face a perfect storm

Sun, 02 Feb 2020 07:17:00 +0100innovationtoronto (en)

A combination of climate change, extreme weather and pressure from local human activity is causing a collapse in global biodiversity and ecosystems across the tropics, new research shows. The study, published today, mapped over 100 locations where tropical forests and coral reefs have been affected....

Soothsaying the Amazon's fires

Fri, 31 Jan 2020 20:35:00 +0100earthtimes (en)

A deforestation fire in Mato Grosso, Brazil during the 2006 fire season. (Photo credit: Guido van der Werf) [Image © Science/AAAS] The last decade has been a tumultuous one for the Amazon rainforest , the green lung of the planet. On the one hand, the hand that wields the ax has been stayed somewhat....

Earth's most biodiverse ecosystems face a perfect storm

Thu, 30 Jan 2020 02:27:00 +0100yubanet (en)

January 29, 2020 – A combination of climate change, extreme weather and pressure from local human activity is causing a collapse in global biodiversity and ecosystems across the tropics, shows. © Adam Ronan and Nick Graham. The study, published today, mapped over 100 locations where tropical forests....

Tropical forests and coral reefs are buckling under interacting threats

Tue, 28 Jan 2020 20:31:00 +0100zmescience (en)

Climate change, extreme weather, and human pressure are causing ecosystems across the tropics to collapse, a new study reports. Image via Stokpic. The authors analyzed over 100 locations where tropical forests and coral reefs have been affected by hurricanes, floods, heatwaves, droughts, fires, and other types of extreme climate.

Perfect Storm Causing a Collapse in Global Biodiversity

Tue, 28 Jan 2020 15:33:00 +0100scitechdaily (en)

Earth’s Most Biodiverse Ecosystems Face a Perfect Storm. A combination of climate change, extreme weather, and pressure from local human activity is causing a collapse in global biodiversity and ecosystems across the tropics, new research shows. The study , published on January 27, 2020, mapped over....

Earth’s most biodiverse ecosystems face a perfect storm

Tue, 28 Jan 2020 13:57:00 +0100technology (en)

shows. The study mapped over 100 locations where tropical forests and coral reefs have been affected by climate extremes such as hurricanes, floods, heatwaves, droughts and fires. It provides an overview of how these very diverse ecosystems are being threatened by a combination of ongoing climate....

Gli ecosistemi più biodiversi della Terra stanno affrontando la tempesta perfetta

Tue, 28 Jan 2020 08:50:00 +0100greenreport (it)

“Climatic and local stressor interactions threaten tropical forests and coral reefs”, pubblicato su Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society da 11 scienziati di 8 università e istituti di ricerca di Brasile, Regno Unito e Nuova Zelanda, dimostra che «una combinazione di cambiamenti climatici,....

Earth's most biodiverse ecosystems face a perfect storm

Mon, 27 Jan 2020 21:35:00 +0100sciencedaily (en)

The study, published today, mapped over 100 locations where tropical forests and coral reefs have been affected by climate extremes such as hurricanes, floods, heatwaves, droughts and fires. It provides an overview of how these very diverse ecosystems are being threatened by a combination of ongoing....

4 pruebas de que el cambio climático ya está sucediendo en Latinoamérica

Mon, 27 Jan 2020 16:34:00 +0100futuroverde (es)

Súmate a la causa. Recibe noticias, información y tips a tu correo. 4 pruebas de que el cambio climático ya está sucediendo en Latinoamérica. 0; Escrito por BBC - Foto por Gonzalo Gaudenzi/AP La temperatura de la Tierra ha aumentado en 1.1ºC desde el periodo anterior a la Revolución Industrial y....

Earth's most biodiverse ecosystems face a perfect storm

Mon, 27 Jan 2020 01:34:00 +0100eurekalert (en)

Credit: Nick Graham. A combination of climate change, extreme weather and pressure from local human activity is causing a collapse in global biodiversity and ecosystems across the tropics, new research shows. The study, published today, mapped over 100 locations where tropical forests and coral....

Tropical cyclone

Fri, 24 Jan 2020 04:57:00 +0100wn (en)

An international team of scientists has learned more about the main greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide ( ) − and it’s not good news With only one degree Celsius of warming above historic levels so far, the world is already having to cope with increasingly deadly heatwaves, droughts, floods and tropical cyclones made more destructive by rising seas .

Unep: i 10 devastanti impatti dei mega-incendi boschivi australiani

Thu, 23 Jan 2020 15:47:00 +0100greenreport (it)

Secondo il Wwf, «Nei devastanti incendi che stanno colpendo l’Australia, a bruciare sono stati milioni di ettari di territorio, tra cui anche molte aree naturali di parchi nazionali e altre aree protette, che custodiscono ecosistemi unici e alcune tra le specie animali e vegetali più rare del pianeta.

An astronaut in space photographed the giant smoke plume from Australia's fires. 70% of the country is covered in haze.

Fri, 17 Jan 2020 17:58:00 +0100news-yahoo (en)

Koch, who is living on the International Space Station, posted several photos of the smoke from Australia's fires, as seen from her vantage point 250 miles (400 kilometers) above Earth. About 70% of Australia's 3 million square miles of land is covered by a layer of gray-and-brown smoke.

We Must Maintain our Natural Habitat 7 mins ago Guardian Life

Fri, 17 Jan 2020 09:45:00 +0100guardian-ng (en)

I wonder why our ecosystem across the universe is plagued by human idiosyncrasies; a debilitating misfortune hampering the sustainability of all biomes. Since the beginning of the 21 st century, a lot of acts of negligence are done against the sanctuary of biological habitats; notably, ones are....

Astronaut Shares Heartbreaking Photos of The Australian Bushfire Smoke

Fri, 17 Jan 2020 05:35:00 +0100sciencealert (en)

NASA astronaut Christina Koch shared a short but powerful message from space on Tuesday: "Australia. Our hearts and thoughts are with you." Koch, who is living on the International Space Station, posted several photos of the smoke from Australia's fires, as seen from her vantage point 250 miles (400 kilometers) above Earth.

Astronaut shares heartbreaking photos of the Australian bushfire smoke

Fri, 17 Jan 2020 05:07:00 +0100newsnow-co-uk (en)

NASA astronaut Christina Koch shared a short but powerful message from space on Tuesday: "Australia. Our hearts and thoughts are with you." Koch, who is living on the International Space Station, posted several photos of the smoke from Australia's fires, as seen from her vantage point 250 miles (400 kilometers) above Earth.

Dagli attacchi cyber ai cambiamenti climatici e alle nuove tecnologie: ecco i 10 rischi che spaventano le imprese

Thu, 16 Jan 2020 07:29:00 +0100innovationpost (it)

Aumenta la consapevolezza dei rischi legati alla cyber security, mentre diminuisce la paura delle conseguenze della portata disruptive delle nuove tecnologie. Lo rivela la nona edizione dell’Allianz Risk Barometer 2020, in cui per la prima volta i rischi di incidenti informatici (39% delle risposte)....

An astronaut in space photographed the giant smoke plume from Australia's fires. 70% of the country is covered in haze.

Wed, 15 Jan 2020 21:36:00 +0100news-yahoo (en)

NASA astronaut Christina Koch shared a short but powerful message from space on Tuesday: "Australia. Our hearts and thoughts are with you." Koch, who is living on the International Space Station, posted several photos of the smoke from Australia's fires, as seen from her vantage point 250 miles (400 kilometers) above Earth.

An astronaut in space photographed the giant smoke plume from Australia's fires. Nearly 70% of the country is covered in haze.

Wed, 15 Jan 2020 18:35:00 +0100news-yahoo (en)

NASA astronaut Christina Koch shared a brief yet powerful message from space on Tuesday: "Australia. Our hearts and thoughts are with you." Koch, who is living on the International Space Station, posted several photos of the smoke from Australia's fires, as seen from her vantage point 250 miles (400 kilometers) above Earth.

Wildfires Could Transform Amazon from Carbon Sink to Source

Tue, 14 Jan 2020 19:56:00 +0100scientificamerican (en)

The world watched in horror last summer as vast swaths of the Amazon went up in flames. While wildfires are commonplace in the world’s largest rainforest, scientists say last August alone saw about three times as many blazes as the previous year. In total, tens of thousands of fires were recorded....

La minaccia informatica è il principale rischio percepito dalle aziende a livello mondiale Italia Oggi 29 minuti fa

Tue, 14 Jan 2020 12:41:00 +0100msn-it (it)

© ItaliaOggi. Per la prima volta la minaccia informatica è il principale rischio percepito dalle aziende a livello mondiale. E' quanto rileva il 9° sondaggio annuale di Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) sui principali rischi aziendali, che ha avuto una partecipazione di più di 2.700 esperti provenienti da oltre 100 paesi.

La minaccia informatica è il principale rischio percepito dalle aziende a livello mondiale

Tue, 14 Jan 2020 12:31:00 +0100italiaoggi (it)

Per la prima volta la minaccia informatica è il principale rischio percepito dalle aziende a livello mondiale. E' quanto rileva il 9° sondaggio annuale di Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) sui principali rischi aziendali, che ha avuto una partecipazione di più di 2.700 esperti provenienti da oltre 100 paesi.

L Australia brucia come una fornace accesa dai cambiamenti climatici

Mon, 13 Jan 2020 17:22:00 +0100infobuildenergia (it)

Dallo spazio le immagini mostrano sui fianchi le cicatrici lasciate dalle fiamme che hanno mangiato un’area grande quanto l’Irlanda: i roghi hanno distrutto quasi 100mila kmq. Da oltre tre mesi temperature mai registrate prima, una violenta siccità e venti fortissimi. Più di 2mila case devastate.

Piromani, negazionisti e animali: tutte le fake news sugli incendi in Australia Corriere della Sera

Sun, 12 Jan 2020 12:30:00 +0100msn-it (it)

© Fornito da Corriere della Sera. La falsa teoria dei piromani. La prima questione riguarda i piromani. Nei giorni scorsi la stampa australiana ha parlato di 40 minorenni che non hanno esitato ad appiccare il fuoco consapevolmente in piena emergenza incendi, forse per gioco o magari perché suggestionati dalle notizie viste in televisione.

Climate Change Could Turn Amazon Rainforest From Carbon Sink to Source

Sat, 11 Jan 2020 04:49:00 +0100newsweek-USA (en)

. That amounts to global warming doubling the area burned by wildfires in this region in the next three decades, they fear. The authors of the paper used regional climate projections to create a model to predict the future of wildfires in the southern Brazil ian Amazon.

Australia: nuovo appello delle autorità, via da aree a rischio

Fri, 10 Jan 2020 12:15:00 +0100online-news (it)

Nuovi avvisi di evacuazione in Australia per gli incendi e l’invito a partire prima che si ripresenti un picco di intensità di calore, previsto tra oggi e venerdì, e con esso il rischio di altri incendi nelle zone più esposte. Le autorità lanciano un appello e si concentrano sul salvataggio di vite....

Così i trentini d'Australia vivono il dramma degli incendi

Thu, 09 Jan 2020 23:05:00 +0100ladige (it)

Tra i testimoni dell’Australia che brucia ci sono moltissimi trentini, alcuni emigrati decenni fa, altri negli ultimi anni per cercare fortuna in un Paese che li ha accolti a braccia aperte. A causa degli incendi che da settembre devastano il Paese, ieri è morto un altro pompiere.

NEGACIONISTAS DEL CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO

Thu, 09 Jan 2020 16:06:00 +0100urgente24 (es)

Nuevas cifras publicadas ayer por Chris Dickman de la Universidad de Sídney indican que más de 800 millones de animales han muerto solo en el estado de Nueva Gales del Sur, mientras que 1.000 millones habían muerto a nivel nacional. Esto incluye mamíferos, aves y reptiles directamente asesinados por....

Un’auto piena di koala in fuga dagli incendi

Wed, 08 Jan 2020 13:53:00 +0100cdt (it)

Quella che sta combattendo l’Australia è una battaglia senza precedenti, alimentata anche da temperature record e da una siccità diffusa. Oltre 8 milioni di ettari di boschi sono bruciati da settembre, con il fumo che ha viaggiato per ben 12 mila chilometri fino a raggiungere i cieli di Cile, Argentina e Brasile .

Vencedores y vencidos de una década de clásicos

Tue, 07 Jan 2020 04:14:00 +0100pagina12 (es)

La década que se fue con la llegada del 2020 dejó clásicos de todos los colores en el fútbol argentino , pero ganadores y perdedores bien definidos. Los constantes cambios de formato de los torneos locales, con campeonatos donde hubo doble fecha de clásicos y todos en una misma jornada , por....

Haiti: América Latina y el Caribe: la segunda región más propensa a los desastres naturales

Sun, 05 Jan 2020 18:32:00 +0100reliefWeb (es)

Catástrofes naturales a veces exacerbadas por el cambio climático como huracanes, terremotos, sequías e inundaciones han afectado a 152 millones de personas en toda la región desde el año 2000. América Latina y el Caribe es la segunda región más propensa a desastres naturales en el mundo, asegura un....

Il bilancio 2019 della crisi climatica è in rosso: 15 eventi meteo ‘estremi’ sono costati più di 1 miliardo $ (7 più di 10 miliardi) Business Insider Italia 46 minuti fa

Sun, 05 Jan 2020 04:47:00 +0100msn-it (it)

© Fornito da Business Insider Italia Incendio in California. E' stato l'evento causato dal cambiamento climatico più costoso del 2019. David McNew/Getty Images. Il cambiamento climatico è ormai una realtà. E se esistono ancora scettici, potrebbero cambiare idea di fronte ai dati economici che....

América Latina Caribe, segunda región más propensa a los desastres naturales

Sat, 04 Jan 2020 20:12:00 +0100elmercuriodigital (es)

. América Latina y el Caribe es la segunda región más propensa a desastres naturales en el mundo, asegura un nuevo informe de la Oficina de la ONU para Asuntos Humanitarios divulgado esta semana. Desde el 2000, 152 millones de latinoamericanos y caribeños han sido afectados por 1205 desastres e....

World: Natural Disasters in Latin America and the Caribbean, 2000-2019

Thu, 02 Jan 2020 20:39:00 +0100reliefWeb (en)

Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) is the second most disaster-prone region in the world 152 million affected by 1,205 disasters (2000-2019) 548 FLOODS: - Floods are the most common disaster in the region. - Brazil ranks among the top 15 countries in the world with the greatest population exposed to river flood risk.

Efectos del cambio climático que ya se pueden ver en América Latina

Thu, 02 Jan 2020 18:25:00 +0100apiavirtual (es)

Stefania Gozzer / BBC Las consecuencias del cambio climático ya son visibles en América Latina, aunque no las identifiquemos como tal. La temperatura de la Tierra ha aumentado en 1,1ºC desde el periodo anterior a la Revolución Industrial y no deja de subir, al punto en que el último lustro....

Cambiamenti climatici responsabili dei più costosi disastri del 2019

Fri, 27 Dec 2019 17:59:00 +0100meteoweb (it)

I cambiamenti climatici hanno avuto un ruolo determinante in almeno 15 eventi catastrofici che nel 2019 sono costati almeno un miliardo di dollari in danni ciascuno e nella metà dei casi almeno 11 miliardi di dollari. A fare i conti del clima sempre più estremo e accompagnato da fenomeni violenti è....

Llegó para quedarse el cambio climático a América Latina

Fri, 27 Dec 2019 04:16:00 +0100elmanana (es)

México.- El cambio climático llegó a América Latina y lo hizo para quedarse. Las consecuencias son visibles en altas temperaturas, inundaciones, sequías, huracanes y subida del nivel del mar, lo que para muchos significa que no hay futuro posible donde ahora habitan. La temperatura de la Tierra ha aumentado en 1.

Llegó para quedarse el cambio climático a América Latina

Tue, 24 Dec 2019 00:29:00 +0100zocalo (es)

México.- El cambio climático llegó a América Latina y lo hizo para quedarse. Las consecuencias son visibles en altas temperaturas, inundaciones, sequías, huracanes y subida del nivel del mar, lo que para muchos significa que no hay futuro posible donde ahora habitan. La temperatura de la Tierra ha aumentado en 1.

Desastres naturales que conmocionaron al mundo en 2019

Mon, 23 Dec 2019 17:25:00 +0100larepublica-pe (es)

Los desastres naturales siempre conmocionan al país que lo sufre y al mundo en general. Es inevitable que cada año la naturaleza muestre toda su potencia y que muchos de éstos fenómenos naturales estén ocurriendo a causa del cambio climático. La tormenta dejó en enero 85 personas muertas y 20....

Incendios, huracanes y terremotos: Las catástrofes más devastadoras del 2019

Mon, 23 Dec 2019 15:36:00 +0100rpp (es)

En marzo, el tifón Idai dejó al menos 1.007 muertos tras asolar Mozambique, Malaui y Zimbabue. Tres semanas después, Mozambique se vio de nuevo golpeado por el ciclón Kenneth. En octubre, el tifón Hagibis causó en Japón graves inundaciones en las prefecturas de Fukushima y Nagano y fueron 77 los fallecidos.

5 Green Reasons To Stay Hopeful As The Hottest Decade On Record Ends

Fri, 20 Dec 2019 20:18:00 +0100forbes (en)

Ethiopian girls take part in a national tree-planting drive intended to plant up to 4 billion trees this year. AFP via Getty Images. There’s no sugar-coating it: as far as the climate is concerned, the 2010s were grim. Global average temperatures for the decade indicate it was the warmest on record.

Conozca las catástrofes naturales más devastadoras del 2019

Thu, 19 Dec 2019 15:50:00 +0100diarioeltiempo (es)

El tifón Idai, que causó un millar de muertos en África, y el huracán Dorian, que provocó enormes daños al archipiélago caribeño de las Bahamas, junto con los grandes incendios en la Amazonía, Australia y otras partes del mundo, con más de 30 millones de hectáreas calcinadas, son algunos de los sucesos medioambientales más devastadores en 2019.

Del azote de Dorian a la Amazonía en llamas: las catástrofes naturales más devastadoras de 2019

Thu, 19 Dec 2019 08:11:00 +0100cooperativa (es)

El tifón Idai , que causó un millar de muertos en África, y el huracán Dorian , que provocó enormes daños al archipiélago caribeño de las Bahamas, junto con los grandes incendios en la Amazonía Australia y otras partes del mundo , con más de 30 millones de hectáreas calcinadas, son algunos de los sucesos medioambientales más devastadores en 2019.

Huracán "Dorian", entre los desastres más devastadores de 2019

Wed, 18 Dec 2019 00:08:00 +0100informador (es)

"Dorian" devastó amplias zonas de Bahamas, con un resultado de al menos 69 fallecidos y casi 300 desaparecidos. AFP/ARCHIVO. El tifón " Idai , que causó un millar de muertos en África, y el huracán " Dorian , que provocó enormes daños al archipiélago caribeño de las Bahamas, junto con los grandes....

Incendio de la Chiquitania, entre los grandes desastres de 2019

Tue, 17 Dec 2019 07:22:00 +0100paginasiete (es)

EFE / Redacción central. El tifón Idai, que causó un millar de muertos en África, y el huracán Dorian, que provocó enormes daños a las Bahamas, junto con los grandes incendios en la Amazonia, Australia, la Chiquitania y otras partes del mundo, con más de 30 millones de hectáreas calcinadas, son....

Posicionan al incendio de la Chiquitanía como uno de los desastres más devastadores del 2019

Tue, 17 Dec 2019 04:14:00 +0100laprensa-BO (es)

La agencia internacional EFE realizó un listado de los desastres más devastadores del 2019 en el que posicionan al incendio de la Chiquitanía del pasado agosto como un gran desastre devastador. El incendio en la Chiquitanía calcinó a más de cinco millones de hectáreas calcinadas "que sufrió una....

MIL-OSI Translation: The seven cities have an emergency situation recognized by the National Civil Defense

Tue, 17 Dec 2019 00:12:00 +0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Source: the Republic-of-Brazil-2. The last notíciasLocalidades have been hit hard by droughts, floods, hurricanes and tornadoes, and heavy rain. The extent includes regions of the brazilian states of Ceará, Espírito Santo, Piauí, Rio Grande do Sul, and SergipeBrasília (DF), 16/12/2019 – THE....

Las catástrofes naturales más devastadoras en 2019

Mon, 16 Dec 2019 22:11:00 +0100globovision (es)

. El tifón Idai , que causó un millar de muertos en África, y el huracán Dorian, que provocó enormes daños al archipiélago caribeño de las Bahamas , junto con los grandes incendios en la Amazonía, Australia y otras partes del mundo, con más de 30 millones de hectáreas calcinadas, son algunos de los....

Las catástrofes más devastadoras del 2019

Mon, 16 Dec 2019 19:57:00 +0100eltiempo-CO (es)

El tifón Idai, que causó un millar de muertos en África , y el huracán Dorian, que provocó enormes daños al archipiélago caribeño de las Bahamas, junto con los grandes incendios en la Amazonía, Australia y otras partes del mundo, con más de 30 millones de hectáreas calcinadas, son algunos de los sucesos medioambientales más devastadores en 2019.

El incendio de la Chiquitania boliviana figura entre los desastres más devastadores de 2019

Mon, 16 Dec 2019 18:22:00 +0100eju (es)

El fuego que consumió parte de la Chiquitania se encuentra entre los desastres más devastadores del 2019, según la agencia de noticias EFE. A consecuencia del fuego, las áreas protegidas de San Matías, Otuquis, Ñembi Guasu y Tucabaca sufrieron el desastre que llegó a su punto más alto en agosto.

Posicionan al incendio de la Chiquitanía como uno de los desastres más devastadores del 2019

Mon, 16 Dec 2019 17:49:00 +0100lostiempos (es)

La agencia internacional EFE realizó un listado de los desastres más devastadores del 2019 en el que posicionan al incendio de la Chiquitanía del pasado agosto como un gran desastre devastador. El incendio en la Chiquitanía calcinó a más de cinco millones de hectáreas calcinadas "que sufrió una....

Incendio de la Chiquitania está entre las catástrofes más devastadoras de 2019

Mon, 16 Dec 2019 17:36:00 +0100paginasiete (es)

EFE / Redacción Internacional. El tifón Idai, que causó un millar de muertos en África, y el huracán Dorian, que provocó enormes daños al archipiélago caribeño de las Bahamas, junto con los grandes incendios en la Amazonía , Australia y otras partes del mundo, con más de 30 millones de hectáreas....

Las catástrofes naturales más devastadoras en 2019

Mon, 16 Dec 2019 16:32:00 +0100laverdad-VE (es)

El tifón Idai, que causó un millar de muertos en África, y el huracán Dorian, que provocó enormes daños al archipiélago caribeño de las Bahamas, junto con los grandes incendios en la Amazonía, Australia y otras partes del mundo, con más de 30 millones de hectáreas calcinadas, son algunos de los sucesos medioambientales más devastadores en 2019.

Incendio de la Chiquitania, entre los desastres más devastadores de 2019

Mon, 16 Dec 2019 16:00:00 +0100eldia-BO (es)

El tifón Idai, que causó un millar de muertos en África, y el huracán Dorian, que provocó enormes daños al archipiélago caribeño de las Bahamas, junto con los grandes incendios en la Amazonía, Australia y otras partes del mundo, con más de 30 millones de hectáreas calcinadas, son algunos de los sucesos medioambientales más devastadores en 2019.

Las catástrofes naturales más devastadoras en 2019

Mon, 16 Dec 2019 14:37:00 +0100elnuevodiario-DO (es)

EL NUEVO DIARIO, REDACCIÓN INTERNACIONAL.- El tifón Idai, que causó un millar de muertos en África, y el huracán Dorian, que provocó enormes daños al archipiélago caribeño de las Bahamas, junto con los grandes incendios en la Amazonía, Australia y otras partes del mundo, con más de 30 millones de....

Las catástrofes naturales más devastadoras en 2019

Mon, 16 Dec 2019 14:33:00 +0100diariolibre (es)

Redacción Internacional, 16 dic (EFE).- El tifón Idai, que causó un millar de muertos en África, y el huracán Dorian, que provocó enormes daños al archipiélago caribeño de las Bahamas, junto con los grandes incendios en la Amazonía, Australia y otras partes del mundo, con más de 30 millones de....

04:45 Fotos que muestran la devastación de los desastres naturales que han marcado 2019

Fri, 13 Dec 2019 11:58:00 +0100gestion (es)

La mano del hombre está detrás de muchas de estas catástrofes. El cambio climático ha provocado que cada vez sean más frecuentes fenómenos como los huracanes , las sequías o las inundaciones y, de no poner remedio, en el futuro las consecuencias podrían ser aún peores.

The Global Climate increases risk in southern Africa

Wed, 11 Dec 2019 01:13:00 +0100chronicle (en)

A new report on The Global Climate has identified significant changes in climate in the last five years since 2015, including in southern Africa, suggesting a renewed threat of climate change impacts and variability. The report by the World Meteorological Organisation ahead of the United Nations....

2019: un anno di fuoco per le foreste del nostro pianeta

Mon, 09 Dec 2019 12:50:00 +0100buongiornoslovacchia (it)

L’anno che sta per concludersi ha visto bruciare circa 12 milioni di ettari in Amazzonia, 27 mila ettari del Bacino del Congo oltre 8 milioni nell’Artico 328mila ettari tra foreste e altri habitat in Indonesia . In questo momento anche l’ Australia sta fronteggiando gli incendi boschivi più pericolosi e catastrofici mai visti prima.

Clima: il 2019 chiuse un decennio di eccezionali ondate di calore e di alta instabilità

Fri, 06 Dec 2019 21:49:00 +0100meteoweb (it)

Il monito. “Se non prendiamo azioni urgenti sul clima – spiega Petteri Taalas, segretario generale della WMO – arriveremo alla fine del secolo a un incremento delle temperature superiore ai 3 gradi C. Anche nel 2019 l’impatto del cambiamento climatico ha generato fenomeni meteorologici intensi –....

WWF: Il 2019 è stato un anno di fuoco per le foreste nel mondo

Fri, 06 Dec 2019 11:38:00 +0100improntaunika (it)

L’anno che sta per concludersi ha visto bruciare circa 12 milioni di ettari in Amazzonia, 27 mila ettari del Bacino del Congo, oltre 8 milioni nell’Artico, 328mila ettari tra foreste e altri habitat in Indonesia. In questo momento anche l’Australia sta fronteggiando gli incendi boschivi più pericolosi e catastrofici mai visti prima.

El año 2019 cierra una década de calentamiento global sin precedentes

Fri, 06 Dec 2019 11:19:00 +0100eltambor (es)

Las evidencias científicas siguen mostrando año a año los efectos que la crisis climática está teniendo en el mundo: retroceso de los hielos, subidas del nivel del mar sin precedentes a escala mundial, calentamiento de los océanos, ciclones tropicales más intensos, desertificación, etc.

Incendi, un 2019 di fuoco per le foreste. "Amazzonia verso il punto del non ritorno"

Fri, 06 Dec 2019 04:20:00 +0100quotidiano (it)

Roma 5 dicembre 2019 - Nel 2019 sono bruciati circa 12 milioni di ettari di foreste in Amazzonia, 27mila ettari nel Bacino del Congo, oltre 8 milioni nell'Artico, 328mila ettari tra foreste e altri habitat in Indonesi a. E in questo momento anche l'Australia sta fronteggiando gli incendi boschivi più pericolosi e catastrofici mai visti prima.

El año 2019 cierra una década de calentamiento global sin precedentes

Thu, 05 Dec 2019 22:57:00 +0100nuevatribuna (es)

“Estamos a 1,1 ºC por encima de los niveles predindustriales. Los últimos 5 años han sido los más cálidos de la historia”, ha declarado Petteri Taalas, secretario general de la Organización Meteorológica Mundial, durante la presentación del informe provisional sobre el estado del clima.

Incendi, un 2019 di fuoco per le foreste. "Amazzonia verso il punto del non ritorno" Quotidiano.Net

Thu, 05 Dec 2019 19:29:00 +0100msn-it (it)

© SE Poligrafici(wc)|ANSA|862317e7a96034ad7fd794341c25159e. Roma 5 dicembre 2019 - Nel 2019 sono bruciati circa 12 milioni di ettari di foreste in Amazzonia, 27mila ettari nel Bacino del Congo, oltre 8 milioni nell'Artico, 328mila ettari tra foreste e altri habitat in Indonesi a.

4 efectos del cambio climático que ya se pueden ver en América Latina

Thu, 05 Dec 2019 18:33:00 +0100eluniverso (es)

Las consecuencias del cambio climático ya son visibles en América Latina, aunque no las identifiquemos como tal. La temperatura de la Tierra ha aumentado en 1,1ºC desde el periodo anterior a la Revolución Industrial y no deja de subir, al punto en que el último lustro (2015-2019) va en camino de....

4 efectos del cambio climático que ya se pueden ver en América Latina

Thu, 05 Dec 2019 14:57:00 +0100laprensagrafica (es)

Los últimos cinco años van en camino a convertirse en el lustro más cálido desde que hay registros. En BBC Mundo hacemos un repaso de los efectos del calentamiento global que ya se pueden ver en América Latina. Getty Images Un bote abandonado en la Laguna Aculeo, a unos 70 kilómetros al sur de Santiago.

4 efectos del cambio climático que ya se pueden ver en América Latina

Thu, 05 Dec 2019 14:14:00 +0100primicia (es)

Las consecuencias del cambio climático ya son visibles en América Latina, aunque no las identifiquemos como tal. La temperatura de la Tierra ha aumentado en 1,1ºC desde el periodo anterior a la Revolución Industrial y no deja de subir, al punto en que el último lustro (2015-2019) va en camino de....

Cuatro efectos del cambio climático que ya se evidencian en América Latina

Thu, 05 Dec 2019 05:10:00 +0100semana (es)

Las consecuencias del cambio climático ya son visibles en América Latina, aunque no las identifiquemos como tal. La temperatura de la Tierra ha aumentado en 1,1C desde el periodo anterior a la Revolución Industrial y no deja de subir, al punto en que el último lustro (2015-2019) va en camino de....

4 efectos del cambio climático que ya se pueden ver en América Latina

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 18:34:00 +0100eluniversal-MX (es)

ya son visibles en América Latina, aunque no las identifiquemos como tal. La temperatura de la Tierra ha aumentado en 1,1ºC desde el periodo anterior a la Revolución Industrial y no deja de subir, al punto en que el último lustro (2015-2019) va en camino de convertirse en el más cálido desde que hay....

4 efectos del cambio climático que ya se pueden ver en América Latina

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 17:11:00 +0100eldia-do (es)

Las consecuencias del cambio climático ya son visibles en América Latina, aunque no las identifiquemos como tal. La temperatura de la Tierra ha aumentado en 1,1ºC desde el periodo anterior a la Revolución Industrial y no deja de subir, al punto en que el último lustro (2015-2019) va en camino de....

WMO: 2019 concludes a decade of exceptional global heat and high-impact weather

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 16:02:00 +0100yubanet (en)

Concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere hit a record level of 407.8 parts per million in 2018 and continued to rise in 2019. CO 2 lasts in the atmosphere for centuries and the ocean for even longer, thus locking in climate change. Sea level rise has accelerated since the start of....

4 efectos del cambio climático que ya se pueden ver en América Latina

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 15:06:00 +0100el-nacional (es)

Las consecuencias del cambio climático ya son visibles en América Latina, aunque no las identifiquemos como tal. La temperatura de la Tierra ha aumentado en 1,1ºC desde el periodo anterior a la Revolución Industrial y no deja de subir, al punto en que e l último lustro (2015-2019) va en camino de....

Cuatro efectos del cambio climático que ya se pueden ver en América Latina

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 12:45:00 +0100lanacion-AR (es)

La temperatura de la Tierra ha aumentado en 1,1ºC desde el periodo anterior a la Revolución Industrial y no deja de subir, al punto en que el último lustro (2015-2019) va en camino de convertirse en el más cálido desde que hay registros, según datos de la Organización Meteorológica Mundial (OMM) publicados este martes.

El año 2019 marca nuevos récords de calor, retroceso de los hielos y subida del nivel del mar

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 11:03:00 +0100retema (es)

El año 2019 pone punto final a una década marcada por registros de calor excepcionales, por el retroceso de los hielos y por subidas del nivel del mar sin precedentes a nivel mundial, cambios exacerbados por las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero fruto de la actividad humana.

4 efectos del cambio climático que ya se pueden ver en América Latina

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 09:53:00 +0100bbc-spanish (es)

Derechos de autor de la imagen Getty Images Image caption Un bote abandonado en la Laguna Aculeo, a unos 70 kilómetros al sur de Santiago. Este lugar, que por décadas fue una importante atracción turística, hoy es uno de los símbolos de la sequía. que afecta a ese país.

4 efectos del cambio climático que ya se pueden ver en América Latina

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 09:38:00 +0100bbc-es (es)

Derechos de autor de la imagen Getty Images Image caption Un bote abandonado en la Laguna Aculeo, a unos 70 kilómetros al sur de Santiago. Este lugar, que por décadas fue una importante atracción turística, hoy es uno de los símbolos de la sequía. que afecta a ese país.

2019, ‘el año en que todos nos pusimos de perfil’, o el principio...

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 08:50:00 +0100ecoticias (es)

El océano hace las veces de amortiguador al absorber calor y dióxido de carbono, pero ello acarrea graves consecuencias. El calor acumulado en las aguas oceánicas ha alcanzado niveles sin precedentes y se han producido olas de calor marinas generalizadas.

Wmo: il 2019 conclude un decennio di caldo eccezionale e di condizioni meteorologiche a forte impatto globale (VIDEO)

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 06:59:00 +0100greenreport (it)

Secondo il presentato alla COP25 Unfccc in corso a Madrid, «Il 2019 ha segnato la fine di un decennio di caldo eccezionale, di ritirata dei ghiacciai e di innalzamento record del livello del mare a livello mondiale, a causa dei gas serra prodotti dalle attività umane.

2019 'one of the hottest years on record' Sky News

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 04:29:00 +0100msn-uk (en)

© Getty This year is on course to be the second or third-hottest ever This year has been one of the hottest on record, the World Meteorological Organisation has said. The UN body says the planet has seen a decade of "exceptional" heat - and since 2015, each year has broken records for being the warmest.

Cuatro consecuencias del cambio climático que ya se pueden ver en América Latina

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 03:20:00 +0100guatevision (es)

Las consecuencias del cambio climático ya son visibles en América Latina, aunque no las identifiquemos como tal. La temperatura de la Tierra ha aumentado en 1,1ºC desde el periodo anterior a la Revolución Industrial y no deja de subir, al punto en que el último lustro (2015-2019) va en camino de....

Cuatro consecuencias del cambio climático que ya se pueden ver en América Latina

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 03:07:00 +0100prensalibre (es)

Continuamos emitiendo más dióxido de carbono del que deberíamos y, en 2018, su concentración en la atmósfera alcanzó un nuevo máximo histórico: 407,8 partes por millón. Este gas es capaz de permanecer allí durante siglos, y el que está en los océanos aún más, “perpetuando” así el calentamiento global , según la OMM.

4 consecuencias del cambio climático que ya se pueden ver en América Latina

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 02:58:00 +0100elsol (es)

La temperatura de la Tierra ha aumentado en 1,1C desde el periodo anterior a la Revolución Industrial y no deja de subir, al punto en que el último lustro (2015-2019) va en camino de convertirse en el más cálido desde que hay registros, según datos de la Organización Meteorológica Mundial (OMM) publicados este martes.

4 consecuencias del cambio climático que ya se pueden ver en América Latina

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 02:51:00 +0100bbc-spanish (es)

Derechos de autor de la imagen Getty Images Image caption Las consecuencias del cambio climático ya se pueden percibir en América Latina. Las consecuencias del cambio climático ya son visibles en América Latina, aunque no las identifiquemos como tal. La temperatura de la Tierra ha aumentado en....

4 consecuencias del cambio climático que ya se pueden ver en América Latina

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 02:40:00 +0100elobservador (es)

Getty Images Las consecuencias del cambio climático ya se pueden percibir en América Latina. Las consecuencias del cambio climático ya son visibles en América Latina, aunque no las identifiquemos como tal. La temperatura de la Tierra ha aumentado en 1,1ºC desde el periodo anterior a la Revolución....

4 consecuencias del cambio climático que ya se pueden ver en América Latina

Wed, 04 Dec 2019 01:49:00 +0100bbc-es (es)

Derechos de autor de la imagen Getty Images Image caption Las consecuencias del cambio climático ya se pueden percibir en América Latina. Las consecuencias del cambio climático ya son visibles en América Latina, aunque no las identifiquemos como tal. La temperatura de la Tierra ha aumentado en....

Nuevo informe muestra que 2019 cierra una década de calentamiento global sin precedentes

Tue, 03 Dec 2019 20:17:00 +0100elespectador (es)

“Estamos a 1,1 ºC por encima de los niveles predindustriales. Los últimos 5 años han sido los más cálidos de la historia”, ha declarado esta mañana Petteri Taalas, secretario general de la Organización Meteorológica Mundial, durante la presentación del informe provisional sobre el estado del clima.

World: 2019 concludes a decade of exceptional global heat and high-impact weather

Tue, 03 Dec 2019 15:39:00 +0100reliefWeb (en)

Madrid, 3 December 2019 - The year 2019 concludes a decade of exceptional global heat, retreating ice and record sea levels driven by greenhouse gases from human activities. Average temperatures for the five-year (2015-2019) and ten-year (2010-2019) periods are almost certain to be the highest on record.

World: El año 2019 cierra una década de valores excepcionales de calor y fenómenos meteorológicos de efectos devastadores a escala mundial

Tue, 03 Dec 2019 15:39:00 +0100reliefWeb (es)

Madrid, 3 de diciembre de 2019 – El año 2019 pone punto final a una década marcada por registros de calor excepcionales, por el retroceso de los hielos y por subidas del nivel del mar sin precedentes a nivel mundial, cambios exacerbados por las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero fruto de la actividad humana.

Veredicto tajante: 2019 culmina la década más calurosa de historia humana

Tue, 03 Dec 2019 11:52:00 +0100lavanguardia (es)

La variabilidad del clima y los fenómenos meteorológicos extremos son algunos de los principales factores que explican el reciente aumento del hambre en el mundo y una de las causas principales de crisis graves. Tras una década de reducción constante, el hambre experimenta un repunte, dado que en 2018 la padecieron más de 820 millones de personas.

Breaking climate news: World Meteorological Organization releases new global statistics

Tue, 03 Dec 2019 09:56:00 +0100clickondetroit (en)

The year 2019 concludes a decade of exceptional global heat, retreating ice and record sea levels driven by greenhouse gases from human activities. Average temperatures for the five-year (2015-2019) and ten-year (2010-2019) periods are almost certain to be the highest on record.

Le catastrofi naturali causano più migrazioni delle guerre

Tue, 03 Dec 2019 06:15:00 +0100citynews (it)

Roma, 2 dic. - (Adnkronos) - Le catastrofi naturali alimentate dall’impatto del cambiamento climatico sono la prima causa al mondo di migrazioni forzate all’interno di Paesi spesso già poverissimi o dilaniati da conflitti. Negli ultimi 10 anni sono aumentate di 5 volte e hanno costretto oltre 20....

Clima: Oxfam, nel mondo 1 sfollato ogni 2 secondi

Mon, 02 Dec 2019 19:28:00 +0100corrierequotidiano (it)

Pubblicato il: 02/12/2019 12:11. Le catastrofi naturali alimentate dall’impatto del cambiamento climatico sono la prima causa al mondo di migrazioni forzate all’interno di Paesi spesso già poverissimi o dilaniati da conflitti. Negli ultimi 10 anni sono aumentate di 5 volte e hanno costretto oltre 20....

Cambiamenti climatici prima causa di migrazioni forzate: uno sfollato ogni due secondi

Mon, 02 Dec 2019 15:10:00 +0100citynews (it)

Le catastrofi naturali alimentate dall'impatto del cambiamento climatico sono la prima causa al mondo di migrazioni forzate all'interno di Paesi spesso già poverissimi o dilaniati da conflitti. Lo spiega un rapporto dell'associazione umanitaria Oxfam che spiega come negli ultimi 10 anni le....

Le catastrofi naturali causano pi migrazioni delle guerre

Mon, 02 Dec 2019 13:55:00 +0100padovanews (it)

Roma, 2 dic. – Le catastrofi naturali alimentate dall’impatto del cambiamento climatico sono la prima causa al mondo di migrazioni forzate all’interno di Paesi spesso già poverissimi o dilaniati da conflitti. Negli ultimi 10 anni sono aumentate di 5 volte e hanno costretto oltre 20 milioni di....

ore 12:11 Le catastrofi naturali causano più migrazioni delle guerre

Mon, 02 Dec 2019 13:31:00 +0100cataniaoggi (it)

#risorse. Roma, 2 dic. - (Adnkronos) - Le catastrofi naturali alimentate dall'impatto del cambiamento climatico sono la prima causa al mondo di migrazioni forzate all'interno di Paesi spesso già poverissimi o dilaniati da conflitti. Negli ultimi 10 anni sono aumentate di 5 volte e hanno costretto....

"Nel mondo c'è uno sfollato ogni due secondi a causa della crisi climatica"

Mon, 02 Dec 2019 13:26:00 +0100lastampa (it)

ROMA. Le catastrofi naturali alimentate dall’impatto del cambiamento climatico sono la prima causa al mondo di migrazioni forzate all’interno di paesi spesso già poverissimi o dilaniati da conflitti. Negli ultimi 10 anni sono aumentate di 5 volte e hanno costretto oltre 20 milioni di persone ogni....

Le catastrofi naturali causano più migrazioni delle guerre

Mon, 02 Dec 2019 13:11:00 +0100ildubbio (it)

Roma, 2 dic. – (Adnkronos) – Le catastrofi naturali alimentate dall’impatto del cambiamento climatico sono la prima causa al mondo di migrazioni forzate all’interno di Paesi spesso già poverissimi o dilaniati da conflitti. Negli ultimi 10 anni sono aumentate di 5 volte e hanno costretto oltre 20....

Le catastrofi naturali causano più migrazioni delle guerre

Mon, 02 Dec 2019 13:09:00 +0100meteoweb (it)

Le catastrofi naturali alimentate dall’impatto del cambiamento climatico sono la prima causa al mondo di migrazioni forzate all’interno di Paesi spesso già poverissimi o dilaniati da conflitti. Negli ultimi 10 anni sono aumentate di 5 volte e hanno costretto oltre 20 milioni di persone ogni anno, 1....

Le catastrofi naturali causano più migrazioni delle guerre

Mon, 02 Dec 2019 12:48:00 +0100sassarinotizie (it)

Roma, 2 dic. - (Adnkronos) - Le catastrofi naturali alimentate dall’impatto del cambiamento climatico sono la prima causa al mondo di migrazioni forzate all’interno di Paesi spesso già poverissimi o dilaniati da conflitti. Negli ultimi 10 anni sono aumentate di 5 volte e hanno costretto oltre 20....

Clima: Oxfam, nel mondo 1 sfollato ogni 2 secondi

Mon, 02 Dec 2019 12:35:00 +0100adnkronos (it)

E’ l’allarme lanciato da Oxfam, attraverso un nuovo rapporto, diffuso in occasione dell’apertura del vertice Onu sul clima in programma fino al 13 dicembre a Madrid. Un dossier che rivela come cicloni, inondazioni e incendi hanno 7 volte più probabilità di causare migrazioni forzate rispetto a....

Le catastrofi naturali causano più migrazioni delle guerre

Mon, 02 Dec 2019 12:35:00 +0100ildenaro (it)

Roma, 2 dic. – (Adnkronos) – Le catastrofi naturali alimentate dall’impatto del cambiamento climatico sono la prima causa al mondo di migrazioni forzate all’interno di Paesi spesso già poverissimi o dilaniati da conflitti. Negli ultimi 10 anni sono aumentate di 5 volte e hanno costretto oltre 20....

Clima: Oxfam, nel mondo 1 sfollato ogni 2 secondi

Mon, 02 Dec 2019 12:33:00 +0100news-yahoo-it (it)

Le catastrofi naturali alimentate dall’impatto del cambiamento climatico sono la prima causa al mondo di migrazioni forzate all’interno di Paesi spesso già poverissimi o dilaniati da conflitti. Negli ultimi 10 anni sono aumentate di 5 volte e hanno costretto oltre 20 milioni di persone ogni anno, 1....

Climate change displaces 20 million every year 4h ago Climate-related catastrophes like floods and forest fires are driving millions of people from their homes every year, said anti-poverty NGO Oxfam. While no one is immune, people in poor countries are most at risk.

Mon, 02 Dec 2019 12:06:00 +0100deutschewelle-en (en)

in Madrid. It examined the numbers of people displaced inside their home countries by climate-fuelled disasters between 2008 and 2018, based on government and international agency data, as well as media reports. "Today people are seven times more likely to be internally displaced by cyclones, floods....

Defensa y Justicia golpeó a Lanús

Sun, 24 Nov 2019 04:53:00 +0100eldiariodelapampa (es)

El Halcón de Varela superó 2-0 al Granate que venía con buena marcha. Defensa y Justicia le quitó la posibilidad a Lanús de quedar como único puntero al derrotarlo este sábado 2-0, al cabo de un discreto encuentro disputado en el estadio Norberto Tomaghello, en el marco de la decimocuarta jornada de la Superliga.

La Selva Misionera es el ambiente con mayor biodiversidad del país y se descubren nuevas especies en forma permanente

Fri, 22 Nov 2019 19:34:00 +0100misionesonline (es)

Guillermo Gil , biólogo e integrante del Programa Bosque Atlántico de Aves Argentinas, escribió un artículo especial para la revista de la ONG ambiental sobre las posibilidades que presenta Misiones para investigar, difundir y conservar. “En una sola hectárea de selva puede haber desde 373 a 791....

Río Paraguay provocó inmensa inundación hace 5 meses... ahora es un hilo de agua

Fri, 22 Nov 2019 15:49:00 +0100biobiochile (es)

El río Paraguay es un hilo de agua a pocos meses de la gran inundación de mayo pasado , cuando su crecida extraordinaria acorraló a los barrios pobres de Asunción , Paraguay. Ahora, en cambio, la pronunciada bajante dejó al descubierto toneladas de basura y hasta un barco histórico hundido.

El río Paraguay es un hilo de agua cinco meses después de la gran inundación

Thu, 21 Nov 2019 16:21:00 +0100deperu (es)

El río Paraguay es un hilo de agua después de la gran inundación de mayo pasado, cuando su crecida extraordinaria acorraló a los barrios pobres de Asunción. Ahora, en cambio, la pronunciada bajante dejó al descubierto toneladas de basura y hasta un barco histórico hundido.

Hurricanes are getting stronger, bigger and more dangerous due to climate change

Tue, 12 Nov 2019 21:43:00 +0100zmescience (en)

One of the most visible consequences of the climate emergency is an increase in the intensity and frequency of extreme weather events. Hurricanes are a clear example: they strike harder and more often than they used to, according to a new study. Image credits: Wikipedia Commons.

Brasile, la centrale idroelettrica che mette a rischio un’intera valle

Mon, 11 Nov 2019 13:06:00 +0100teleambiente (it)

Secondo alcuni documenti e delle testimonianze raccolte dal Guardian, il più grande progetto idroelettrico nella Foresta amazzonica ha un flusso di progettazione che crea una grande minaccia alla vita umana e all’ecosistema. Secondo lo studio, gli ingegneri non sono riusciti a prevedere l’impatto....

A pocos meses de la inundación, sequía encrudece panorama del río Paraguay

Thu, 07 Nov 2019 15:35:00 +0100UltimaHora (es)

Según explicó el director del Departamento de Meteorología e Hidrología, Raúl Rodas, este escenario se da a raíz de la falta de lluvias en la cuenca alta y media, sitio donde nace el cauce del río Paraguay. De acuerdo con los datos, durante todo el mes de octubre se registró un déficit de lluvias....

Scientists Predict El Nino in 2020 Based on Earlier Warning Method

Wed, 06 Nov 2019 17:45:00 +0100africanewswire (en)

BARCELONA The complex El Nino weather pattern that can bring disastrous heavy rainfall and long droughts to countries around the Pacific from Peru to Indonesia and Australia will probably emerge again in 2020, researchers have predicted. An international team of scientists forecast an 80% chance....

Guanacos vs. ovejas: una especie autóctona nunca puede ser una plaga

Mon, 28 Oct 2019 03:23:00 +0100infobae (es)

El guanaco habita las estepas andinas y patagónicas desde el nivel del mar hasta los 4.000 metros de altura. En la provincia de Santa Cruz, vive la población más grande del mundo. Es considerada una especie paraguas para la estepa patagónica y clave para el desarrollo productivo local.

Atmosphere, Vol. 10, Pages 642: Extreme Drought Events over Brazil from 2011 to 2019

Thu, 24 Oct 2019 09:52:00 +0200mdpi (en)

Drought-related disasters are among the natural disasters that are able to cause large economic and social losses. In recent years, droughts have affected different regions of Brazil , impacting water, food, and energy security. In this study, we used the Integrated Drought Index (IDI), which....

Bolivia. La campagna elettorale di Morales tra gli incendi e la disputa con il Cile

Sat, 05 Oct 2019 20:33:00 +0200247libero (it)

di Alberto Galvi. Nel bel mezzo della campagna elettorale boliviana alcuni partiti di opposizione hanno attaccato il presidente Morales sulla sua gestione della disputa marittima con il governo cileno, e per la questione degli incendi che hanno bruciato i boschi del paese andino.

Faces of 16 incredible kids behind unprecedented climate change legal action

Wed, 02 Oct 2019 10:45:00 +0200themirror (en)

The youngest is just eight years old, but these children are already doing more to battle climate change than many government heads. This week a group of 16 children, aged between eight and 17, started an unprecedented legal battle against five countries which they say have failed miserably.

Faces of 16 incredible kids behind unprecedented climate change legal action

Wed, 02 Oct 2019 10:37:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

The youngest is just eight years old, but these children are already doing more to battle climate change than many government heads. This week a group of 16 children, aged between eight and 17, started an unprecedented legal battle against five countries which they say have failed miserably.

RD entre naciones que firman y ratifican Acuerdo de Escazú sobre Asuntos Ambientales

Fri, 27 Sep 2019 17:14:00 +0200dominicanoshoy (es)

A un año de su apertura a la firma, el primer tratado regional sobre asuntos ambientales fue firmado hoy por dos países y ratificado por cinco naciones en la sede del organismo mundial en Nueva York. Conforme una publicación de Infotur Dominicano, el Acuerdo Regional sobre Acceso a la Información,....

ODS17. Autoridades de América Latina y el Caribe...

Fri, 27 Sep 2019 16:38:00 +0200corresponsables (es)

A un año de su apertura a la firma, el primer tratado regional sobre asuntos ambientales fue firmado hoy por dos países y ratificado por cinco naciones en la sede del organismo mundial en Nueva York A un año de su apertura a la firma, el Acuerdo Regional sobre Acceso a la Información, la....

En semana clave para el desarrollo sostenible en la ONU, autoridades de América Latina y el Caribe firman y ratifican el Acuerdo de Escazú

Thu, 26 Sep 2019 20:57:00 +0200eclac (es)

A un año de su apertura a la firma, el Acuerdo Regional sobre Acceso a la Información, la Participación Pública y el Acceso a la Justicia en Asuntos Ambientales en América Latina y el Caribe -conocido como Acuerdo de Escazú - fue firmado por dos y ratificado por cinco países en la sede de las....

Everything You Need to Know About the Youth Activists Taking on the Climate Crisis at the UN

Wed, 25 Sep 2019 23:27:00 +0200news-yahoo (en)

Sixteen youth climate activists—including 16-year-old Nobel Peace Prize nominee Greta Thunberg—filed a human rights complaint with the United Nations stating that five countries have violated their basic human rights by not acting on climate change. The complaint targets Argentina, Brazil , France,....

La naturaleza 'invisible' del suelo es clave para mitigar los efectos del cambio climático

Wed, 25 Sep 2019 09:17:00 +0200ecoticias (es)

El objetivo del trabajo fue identificar qué factores impulsan, a nivel planetario, el “efecto cebado”, un fenómeno que ocurre cuando se agrega a los suelos un elemento que contiene carbono o nitrógeno (por ejemplo, la hojarasca de plantas o los fertilizantes químicos), lo que influye en la....

Assemblea Onu, Jair Bolsonaro: "L'Amazzonia non è patrimonio dell'umanità"

Wed, 25 Sep 2019 02:52:00 +0200gazzettadireggio (it)

NEW YORK. Dal podio delle Nazioni Unite, il leader brasiliano ribadisce il diritto sovrano a gestire la questione Amazzonia come meglio crede, perché "l'Amazzonia non è patrimonio dell'umanità". Il presidente sovranista di estrema destra ha detto: "È un errore affermare che è patrimonio dell'umanità....

Indonesia haze: Are forest fires as bad as they seem?

Fri, 20 Sep 2019 02:18:00 +0200bbc (en)

And we have concluded that although fires this year have wrought significant damage to the environment, they have been worse in the past. Indonesia's fire season. Smoky haze has spread to Malaysia, Singapore, the south of Thailand and the Philippines, causing a significant deterioration in air quality.

End the drought in drought research

Tue, 17 Sep 2019 18:58:00 +0200nature-Earth-and-Environmental-Sciences (en)

The relationship between climate and dust storms is not well understood, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Credit: Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah/Reuters. A decade from now, up to 700 million people will be compelled to leave their homes because they will not have enough water, the United Nations estimates.

7:20 Bolivia reafirma posición en defensa de la Naturaleza en COP-14

Tue, 10 Sep 2019 13:28:00 +0200prensa-latina (es)

10 de septiembre de 2019, 7:20 Nueva Delhi, 10 sep (Prensa Latina) Bolivia expresó hoy su preocupación por el calentamiento global y cambio climático provocado por el hombre, al intervenir ante la Conferencia de las Partes de ONU de Lucha contra la Desertificación (COP-14), que sesiona en Greater Noida, India.

La Bolivia verso le elezioni tra incendi e "progressismo anti ambientale"

Mon, 09 Sep 2019 10:31:00 +0200247libero (it)

Nell’ultimo mese hanno fatto il giro del mondo le immagini dell’Amazzonia in fiamme. Sotto accusa il presidente brasiliano Bolsonaro che, con le sue politiche estrattiviste in favore delle “grandi corporation del crimine ambientale”, sta portando al collasso questa importante foresta pluviale.

1:52 Bolivia expuso su estrategia en Convención ONU contra Desertificación

Fri, 06 Sep 2019 20:10:00 +0200prensa-latina (es)

6 de septiembre de 2019, 13:52 Nueva Delhi, 6 sep (Prensa Latina) El viceministro de Recursos Hídricos y Riego de Bolivia , Juan Braulio Huaylla, expuso hoy la Estrategia Nacional de Neutralidad de Degradación de Tierras en la Conferencia de las Partes de la Convención de ONU contra la Desertificación.

Amazon deforestation and development heighten Amazon fire risk: study

Fri, 06 Sep 2019 19:37:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

Forest fires burn out of control in the municipality of Colniza, Mato Grosso state, Brazil in 2019. Image by Victor Moriyama / Greenpeace. As of August 24, there were 41,858 fires reported this year in the Brazilian Amazon — the highest number since 2010, when 58,476 were recorded by that date. Likewise, the U.

How Texas Prairies Could Help Combat Climate Change

Fri, 06 Sep 2019 13:46:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

The Amazon rainforest has been burning particularly intensely this year—so much so that the smoke from the fires obscures the last hours of daylight in São Paulo. While forest fires aren’t unusual in this heavily wooded region of Brazil , many of the fires this time were started intentionally, to clear the land for agricultural pastures.

Are forest fires as bad as they seem?

Fri, 06 Sep 2019 10:23:00 +0200bbc (en)

And we have concluded that although fires this year have wrought significant damage to the environment, they have been worse in the past. Amazon ablaze. Around 60% of the Amazon rainforest is in Brazil . The number of fires between January and August 2019 is double that of the same period last year,....

Climate change: is it real ?

Fri, 06 Sep 2019 09:05:00 +0200moi-gov-mm (en)

Of course it is! The climate change is really happening and causing havocs all over the Earth. However, most are oblivious to that. It is very regrettable that some people are even denying it is taking place. The numbers of those deniers are quite small, but the problem is: they include people who....

Climate change: is it real ? 2019/09/06 by Global New Light of Myanmar

Thu, 05 Sep 2019 19:47:00 +0200globalnewlightofmyanmar (en)

Climate change is an emergency around the world. Graphic Image : BT. Of course it is! The climate change is really happening and causing havocs all over the Earth. However, most are oblivious to that. It is very regrettable that some people are even denying it is taking place.

Amazon fires: what will happen if they keep burning?

Thu, 05 Sep 2019 18:05:00 +0200europesun (en)

There have been a lot of fires in Brazil this year - about 76% more than there were during the same period last year. And just 48 hours after Brazil's government put a ban on burning and land clearing, to help stop the fires spreading, satellite data found that 2,000 more fires started in the Amazon alone.

Amazon fires: what will happen if they keep burning?

Thu, 05 Sep 2019 17:19:00 +0200polandsun (en)

There have been a lot of fires in Brazil this year - about 76% more than there were during the same period last year. And just 48 hours after Brazil's government put a ban on burning and land clearing, to help stop the fires spreading, satellite data found that 2,000 more fires started in the Amazon alone.

Amazon fires: what will happen if they keep burning?

Thu, 05 Sep 2019 16:48:00 +0200irishsun (en)

The Conversation 06 Sep 2019, 00:27 GMT+10 There have been a lot of fires in Brazil this year - about 76% more than there were during the same period last year. And just 48 hours after Brazil's government put a ban on burning and land clearing, to help stop the fires spreading, satellite data....

MIL-OSI Global: Amazon fires: what will happen if they keep burning?

Thu, 05 Sep 2019 16:28:00 +0200foreignaffairs-nz (en)

There have been a lot of fires in Brazil this year – about 76% more than there were during the same period last year. And just 48 hours after Brazil’s government put a ban on burning and land clearing, to help stop the fires spreading, satellite data found that 2,000 more fires started in the Amazon alone.

Canelas ataca y dice que para Mesa la amnesia es una virtud

Thu, 05 Sep 2019 05:53:00 +0200opinion (es)

El ministro de Comunicación, Manuel Canelas, dijo el miércoles que para el candidato presidencial de Comunidad Ciudadana (CC), Carlos Mesa, la amnesia es una virtud. "En Comunidad Ciudadana creen que la amnesia es una virtud y no es una virtud. Uno cuando se ha desempeñado en funciones políticas....

India’s climate score: high on vulnerability, low on resilience

Wed, 04 Sep 2019 21:52:00 +0200thehindu (en)

HSBC’s 2018 assessment of India being the country the most vulnerable to climate change is of great significance. However, against scientific warnings, carbon emissions continue to rise in China, the U.S. and India, three of the biggest emitters. Brazil , under its President Jair Bolsonaro, is....

Para Mesa la amnesia es una virtud: Canelas

Wed, 04 Sep 2019 21:52:00 +0200boliviaentusmanos (es)

La Paz - El ministro de Comunicación, Manuel Canelas, dijo el miércoles que para el candidato presidencial de Comunidad Ciudadana (CC), Carlos Mesa, la amnesia es una virtud. "En Comunidad Ciudadana creen que la amnesia es una virtud y no es una virtud.

AMAZON BLAZE Amazon rainforest fire - what started it, how bad is it and has it stopped? SHOCKING wildfires have been spreading across Brazil's Amazon rainforest, and there are no signs of the fire stopping anytime soon. But what caused the powerful fires to break out and when did it start? Here's the latest.

Mon, 02 Sep 2019 13:37:00 +0200thesun (en)

Police and firefighters work to put out a fire in the Chiquitania forest on the outskirts of Robore, Bolivia Credit: AP:Associated Press. Instead, Bolsonaro has blamed environmentalists and non-government organisations for starting the fires over "budget cuts". He's been unable to provide any evidence to back up the suspicions.

Incendi in Amazzonia, le conseguenze per il clima

Thu, 29 Aug 2019 17:33:00 +0200nationalgeographic-it (it)

potrebbe già essere vicina al punto di non ritorno. Secondo un'analisi pubblicata da due noti scienziati nel 2018 , la regione è stata devastata a tal punto che persino un piccolo aumento nella deforestazione potrebbe far trasformare la foresta in qualcosa di simile a un mosaico di foresta e savana.

Incendi in Amazzonia, le conseguenze per il clima

Thu, 29 Aug 2019 10:24:00 +0200nationalgeographic-it (it)

potrebbe già essere vicina al punto di non ritorno. Secondo un'analisi pubblicata da due noti scienziati nel 2018 , la regione è stata devastata a tal punto che persino un piccolo aumento nella deforestazione potrebbe far trasformare la foresta in qualcosa di simile a un mosaico di foresta e savana.

AMAZON BLAZE Amazon rainforest fire - what started it, how bad is it and will it stop?

Thu, 29 Aug 2019 10:14:00 +0200thesun (en)

He's been unable to provide any evidence to back up the suspicions. has blamed the blaze on deforestation. Thomas Lovejoy, an ecologist and National Geographic Explorer-at-Large, said: “This is without any question one of only two times that there have been fires like this.

Incendi in Amazzonia, le conseguenze per il clima National Geographic

Thu, 29 Aug 2019 09:59:00 +0200msn-it (it)

© Fornito da La Repubblica Il tasso di deforestazione nell'Amazzonia brasiliana è cresciuto negli ultimi anni e sotto il governo dell'attuale presidente Jair Bolsanaro è previsto che aumenti ulteriormente. La foresta viene spesso incendiata per fare spazio a terra coltivabile o da pascolo. Fotografia Michael Nichols, Nat Geo Image Collection.

AMAZON BLAZE Amazon rainforest fire - what started it, how bad is it and will it stop? SHOCKING wildfires have been spreading across Brazil's Amazon rainforest, and there are no signs of the fire stopping anytime soon. But what caused the powerful fires to break out and when did it start? Here's the latest.

Thu, 29 Aug 2019 09:44:00 +0200thesun (en)

He's been unable to provide any evidence to back up the suspicions. has blamed the blaze on deforestation. Thomas Lovejoy, an ecologist and National Geographic Explorer-at-Large, said: “This is without any question one of only two times that there have been fires like this.

El ministro Quintana apuntó que las tareas antiincendio continuaban "con toda intensidad" en lo que definió como "la mayor movilización de emergencia hecha en Bolivia contra un desastre natural".

Wed, 28 Aug 2019 23:19:00 +0200paginasiete (es)

Sputnik Mundo. Veintisiete bomberos argentinos y dos helicópteros peruanos abrieron la cooperación internacional a los esfuerzos de Bolivia para apagar los incendios en sus bosques secos próximos a las fronteras con Brasil y Paraguay, que han arrasado casi 800.000 hectáreas, anunció el Gobierno.

Greenpeace France a Macron: le buone intenzioni sull’Amazzonia non bastano

Wed, 28 Aug 2019 10:45:00 +0200greenreport (it)

Dopo il G7 di Biarritz che ha scatenato un durissimo scontro internazionale tra Francia e Brasile, interviene Greenpeace France ricordando che «Le foreste bruciano dappertutto nel mondo. Con la loro complicità e il loro attendismo i leader di tutto il mondo mettono in pericolo il futuro il futuro del nostro pianeta.

AMAZON BLAZE What started the Amazon rainforest fires, how bad is it and will it stop? SHOCKING wildfires have been spreading across Brazil's Amazon rainforest, and there are no signs of the fire stopping anytime soon. But what caused the powerful fires to break out and when did it start? Here's the latest.

Wed, 28 Aug 2019 08:41:00 +0200thesun (en)

He's been unable to provide any evidence to back up the suspicions. has blamed the blaze on deforestation. Thomas Lovejoy, an ecologist and National Geographic Explorer-at-Large, said: “This is without any question one of only two times that there have been fires like this.

Brazilian president blames NGOs for Amazon fire

Tue, 27 Aug 2019 09:55:00 +0200standardmedia (en)

How did the Amazon rainforest fire start? Brazil ian president blames NGOs for blaze. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has suggested that non-governmental organisations (NGOs) could be to blame for the massive fires raging in the Amazon rainforest. In a Facebook Live on Wednesday, Bolsonaro said,....

Amazon rainforest fire: How did the Amazon fire start? How long has it been on fire? BRAZIL’S Amazon rainforest has seen a record number of fires this year, - but how did...

Tue, 27 Aug 2019 09:33:00 +0200express (en)

The Brazil ian Amazon is ablaze as a record number of fires continue to ravage the vast rainforest. The Brazilian Army has been deployed to help tackle the vicious fires after the nation's government faced mounting international pressure to take more action to tackle them.

Amazon fires map: How much of the Amazon Rainforest has been LOST by ravaging wildfires?

Tue, 27 Aug 2019 04:54:00 +0200express (en)

Wildfires are raging across Brazil at a record rate according to Brazil’s space agency with more than 70,000 fires detected in the region this year alone. Brazil’s characteristic intense heat, severe droughts and skyrocketing deforestation has stoked the turbulent infernos as they make their....

Fires intensify in the Amazon, the Chiquitanía and the Pantanal

Mon, 26 Aug 2019 18:59:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

SANTA CRUZ, Bolivia , August 25, 2019 - A change in the winds during the last day has caused the fires in the Amazon to intensify. New fire points have been registered in the Chiquitanía, in Bolivia, and the Pantanal, in Paraguay, Bolivia and Brazil . The amount of heat points in the Amazon is already more than 80% higher than in 2018.

Amazzonia in fiamme, il Brasile apre inchiesta per roghi dolosi: “Organizzati su Whatsapp”. Macron: “Anche l’Africa è in fiamme”

Mon, 26 Aug 2019 18:22:00 +0200ilfattoquotidiano (it)

Secondo Globo Rural, "sindacalisti, produttori rurali, commercianti e invasori di terre agricole" hanno organizzato "un giorni di fuoco", per "appoggiare il presidente che vuole allentare i controlli dell’Istituto per l'ambiente". Il ministro per la Giustizia e la Sicurezza, Sergio Moro: "Saranno puniti severamente".

AMAZON BLAZE What started the Amazon rainforest fires, how bad is it and will it stop? SHOCKING wildfires have been spreading across Brazil's Amazon rainforest, and there are no signs of the fire stopping anytime soon. But what caused the powerful fires to break out and when did it start? Here's the latest.

Mon, 26 Aug 2019 11:43:00 +0200thesun (en)

He's been unable to provide any evidence to back up the suspicions. has blamed the blaze on deforestation. Thomas Lovejoy, an ecologist and National Geographic Explorer-at-Large, said: “This is without any question one of only two times that there have been fires like this.

AMAZON BLAZE What started the Amazon rainforest fires, how bad is it and will it stop?

Mon, 26 Aug 2019 09:42:00 +0200thesun (en)

He's been unable to provide any evidence to back up the suspicions. has blamed the blaze on deforestation. Thomas Lovejoy, an ecologist and National Geographic Explorer-at-Large, said: “This is without any question one of only two times that there have been fires like this.

Amazon rainforest fire: How did the Amazon fire start? How long has it been on fire?

Mon, 26 Aug 2019 04:25:00 +0200express (en)

The Brazil ian Amazon is ablaze as a record number of fires continue to ravage the vast rainforest. The Brazilian Army could be deployed to help tackle the vicious fires after the nation's government faced mounting international pressure to take more action to tackle them.

Amazon rainforest fires turn São Paulo's sky black

Mon, 26 Aug 2019 01:54:00 +0200eco-business (en)

Forest fires have dramatically increased in the Brazil ian Amazon this year in the wake of soaring deforestation rates, raising concerns among environmentalists about the fate of the planet’s largest tropical forest. The number of active fires amounted to 74,155 between January 1 and August 20, a....

Efemérides: qué pasó el 25 de agosto?

Sun, 25 Aug 2019 15:25:00 +0200laprensa-PE (es)

En un 25 de agosto pero de 1919, hace un siglo, nace la aviación comercial: un aeroplano civil Havilland transporta dos pasajeros de Londres a París, trayecto en el que tarda dos horas y cuarto. Otras efemérides: 1580.- Batalla de Alcántara: Tropas españolas derrotan a las portuguesas cerca de Lisboa, y conquistan Portugal hasta 1640.

Il manifesto di Papa Francesco per salvare l'Amazzonia dalla distruzione

Sun, 25 Aug 2019 11:07:00 +0200247libero (it)

di Carlo Di Cicco Solo in Brasile, tra il 2003 e il 2017 sono stati 1.119 gli indigeni dell’Amazzonia uccisi per aver difeso i loro territori e questo perché mettere in discussione il potere nella difesa del territorio e dei diritti umani “è mettere a rischio la propria vita, aprendo un cammino di croce e martirio”.

Il manifesto di Papa Francesco per salvare l’Amazzonia dalla distruzione

Sun, 25 Aug 2019 10:43:00 +0200tiscali-it (it)

di Carlo Di Cicco Solo in Brasile, tra il 2003 e il 2017 sono stati 1.119 gli indigeni dell’Amazzonia uccisi per aver difeso i loro territori e questo perché mettere in discussione il potere nella difesa del territorio e dei diritti umani “è mettere a rischio la propria vita, aprendo un cammino di croce e martirio”.

Deforestazione illegale e siccità più frequenti stanno mettendo a rischio l’Amazzonia Dom, 25/08/2019 - 09:36

Sun, 25 Aug 2019 09:41:00 +0200tempostretto (it)

Nelle ultime settimane oltre 5 milioni di ettari di foreste , una superficie pari a poco meno della metà dell’intero patrimonio forestale italiano, sono andate in fiamme in Siberia nel solo mese di luglio. Un dato senza precedenti nella storia recente della Russia.

Chi e perché incendia Bolsonaro per il caso Amazzonia

Sun, 25 Aug 2019 08:08:00 +0200247libero (it)

I roghi che stanno devastando la foresta amazzonica non sono un incidente, bensì il concretizzarsi di rischi prevedibili e previsti e di scelte che voltano le spalle ai criteri dello sviluppo sostenibile. L’approfondimento di Livio Zanotti Non è un altro incendio d’agosto, pur se di un’estensione cataclismica.

Chi e perché incendia Bolsonaro per il caso Amazzonia

Sun, 25 Aug 2019 07:31:00 +0200startmag (it)

I roghi che stanno devastando la foresta amazzonica non sono un incidente, bensì il concretizzarsi di rischi prevedibili e previsti e di scelte che voltano le spalle ai criteri dello sviluppo sostenibile. L’approfondimento di Livio Zanotti Non è un altro incendio d’agosto, pur se di un’estensione cataclismica.

Bolivia, like neighbour Brazil, battles intense wildfires

Sun, 25 Aug 2019 05:01:00 +0200euronews-en (en)

Bolivia n authorities warned this week that 70% of the department of Santa Cruz where more than a quarter of the country's population lives is under "extreme risk" from forest fires. According to the government, nearly 500,000 hectares of forest have now been turned into ashes.

Brazil: South America: Forest Fires: Information Bulletin no. 1

Sun, 25 Aug 2019 02:47:00 +0200reliefWeb (en)

The situation. In recent years, forest fires have become an emerging and continuous danger in South America. These fires cause damage to the ecosystem, biodiversity, livelihoods with a strong impact on communities in these areas and others affected by the effects.

The Amazon fires: What’s causing them and what the impacts could be

Sat, 24 Aug 2019 19:47:00 +0200twincities (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO — Fires have been breaking out at an unusual pace in Brazil this year, causing global alarm over deforestation in the Amazon region. The world’s largest rainforest is often called the “lungs of the earth.” Here’s a look at what’s happening: WHAT’S BURNING? Brazil’s National Space....

AP Explains: The causes and risks of the Amazon fires

Sat, 24 Aug 2019 14:00:00 +0200dailymail (en)

Meanwhile, large fires also have been burning in neighboring countries such as Bolivia , Paraguay and Argentina. WHAT'S CAUSING THE FIRES? Paulo Moutinho, co-founder of the Amazon Environmental Research Institute, said this week that "it is very difficult to have natural fires in the Amazon; it happens but the majority come from the hand of humans.

Amazon rainforest fire: How did the Amazon fire start? How long has it been on fire? BRAZIL’S Amazon rainforest has seen a record number of fires this year, - but how did...

Sat, 24 Aug 2019 10:37:00 +0200express (en)

The Brazil ian Amazon is ablaze as a record number of fires continue to ravage the vast rainforest. The Brazilian Army could be deployed to help tackle the vicious fires after the nation's government faced mounting international pressure to take more action to tackle them.

Ambiente: Wwf, Amazzonia rischia collasso ecologico, fermare roghi

Sat, 24 Aug 2019 08:35:00 +0200citynews (it)

Roma, 23 ago. (AdnKronos Salute) - Il Wwf è "estremamente preoccupato per gli incendi che si stanno propagando in Amazzonia, che minacciano l'esistenza della più grande foresta tropicale del mondo, habitat di migliaia di specie animali e vegetali e casa di oltre 34 milioni di persone, compresi circa 500 popoli indigeni".

Click aquí para ver: Evo perfila compra de un avión Tanker para sofocar incendios y pide cotizaciones

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 23:51:00 +0200opinion (es)

Evo perfila compra de un avión Tanker para sofocar incendios y pide cotizaciones. El presidente Evo Morales anunció que su Gobierno realiza cotizaciones para la compra de un avión Tanker para sofocar los incendios que afectan a la Amazonía y a la Chiquitanía bolivianas y así evitar alquilar grandes....

AP Explains: The causes and risks of the Amazon fires

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 23:38:00 +0200missoulian (en)

Virgin jungle stands next to an area that was burnt recently near Porto Velho, Brazil , Friday, Aug. 23, 2019. Brazilian state experts have reported a record of nearly 77,000 wildfires across the country so far this year, up 85% over the same period in 2018.

AP Explains: The causes and risks of the Amazon fires

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 23:32:00 +0200ChinaPost (en)

Fire consumes an area near Porto Velho, Brazil , Friday, Aug. 23, 2019. Brazilian state experts have reported a record of nearly 77,000 wildfires across the country so far this year, up 85% over the same period in 2018. Brazil contains about 60% of the Amazon rainforest, whose degradation could have....

AP Explains: The causes and risks of the Amazon fires

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 23:13:00 +0200muscatinejournal (en)

Virgin jungle stands next to an area that was burnt recently near Porto Velho, Brazil , Friday, Aug. 23, 2019. Brazilian state experts have reported a record of nearly 77,000 wildfires across the country so far this year, up 85% over the same period in 2018.

As Fires Devastate the Amazon Rainforest, NASA Satellites Capture Grim Images

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 23:02:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

Often referred to as "the planet's lungs" because it provides 20% of the world's oxygen, the Amazon rainforest has been ablaze for weeks. NASA has captured satellite images of the billowing smoke from the catastrophic fires, which continue to spread. As of today (Aug.

AP Explains: The causes and risks of the Amazon fires

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 22:47:00 +0200siouxcityjournal (en)

Virgin jungle stands next to an area that was burnt recently near Porto Velho, Brazil , Friday, Aug. 23, 2019. Brazilian state experts have reported a record of nearly 77,000 wildfires across the country so far this year, up 85% over the same period in 2018.

Amazzonia in fiamme, l'indignazione dei vip sui social

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 19:05:00 +0200247libero (it)

Le fiamme divorano l’Amazzonia , dopo aver ridotto in cenere milioni di ettari di foreste siberiane. Il Wwf paventa per l’Amazzonia, grande polmone verde del pianeta un “collasso ecologico, che porterebbe a un drammatico avanzamento di desertificazione e siccità in uno scenario di cambiamenti....

Ambiente: Wwf, Amazzonia rischia collasso ecologico, fermare roghi

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 18:38:00 +0200padovanews (it)

Roma, 23 ago. (AdnKronos Salute) – Il Wwf è “estremamente preoccupato per gli incendi che si stanno propagando in Amazzonia, che minacciano l’esistenza della più grande foresta tropicale del mondo, habitat di migliaia di specie animali e vegetali e casa di oltre 34 milioni di persone, compresi circa 500 popoli indigeni”.

17:27 | salute | Ambiente: Wwf, Amazzonia rischia collasso ecologico, fermare roghi

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 18:26:00 +0200sassarinotizie (it)

Roma, 23 ago. (AdnKronos Salute) - Il Wwf è "estremamente preoccupato per gli incendi che si stanno propagando in Amazzonia, che minacciano l'esistenza della più grande foresta tropicale del mondo, habitat di migliaia di specie animali e vegetali e casa di oltre 34 milioni di persone, compresi circa 500 popoli indigeni".

Ambiente: Wwf, Amazzonia rischia collasso ecologico, fermare roghi

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 18:12:00 +0200olbianotizie (it)

Roma, 23 ago. (AdnKronos Salute) - Il Wwf è "estremamente preoccupato per gli incendi che si stanno propagando in Amazzonia, che minacciano l'esistenza della più grande foresta tropicale del mondo, habitat di migliaia di specie animali e vegetali e casa di oltre 34 milioni di persone, compresi circa 500 popoli indigeni".

Ambiente: Wwf, Amazzonia rischia collasso ecologico, fermare roghi

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 18:10:00 +0200lasicilia (it)

Roma, 23 ago. (AdnKronos Salute) - Il Wwf è "estremamente preoccupato per gli incendi che si stanno propagando in Amazzonia, che minacciano l'esistenza della più grande foresta tropicale del mondo, habitat di migliaia di specie animali e vegetali e casa di oltre 34 milioni di persone, compresi circa 500 popoli indigeni".

Ambiente: Wwf, Amazzonia rischia collasso ecologico, fermare roghi

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 17:51:00 +0200tiscali-it (it)

Roma, 23 ago. (AdnKronos Salute) - Il Wwf è "estremamente preoccupato per gli incendi che si stanno propagando in Amazzonia, che minacciano l'esistenza della più grande foresta tropicale del mondo, habitat di migliaia di specie animali e vegetali e casa di oltre 34 milioni di persone, compresi circa 500 popoli indigeni".

Ambiente: Wwf, Amazzonia rischia collasso ecologico, fermare roghi

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 17:50:00 +0200ildubbio (it)

Roma, 23 ago. (AdnKronos Salute) – Il Wwf è “estremamente preoccupato per gli incendi che si stanno propagando in Amazzonia, che minacciano l’esistenza della più grande foresta tropicale del mondo, habitat di migliaia di specie animali e vegetali e casa di oltre 34 milioni di persone, compresi circa […] Roma, 23 ago.

Forest fires in Bolivia: half a million hectares, 1.700 fighters and a Super tanker

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 11:53:00 +0200mercopress (en)

Bolivia n authorities warned this week that 70% of the department of Santa Cruz where more than a quarter of the country's population lives is under “extreme risk” from forest fires. According to the government, nearly 500,000 hectares of forest have now been turned into ashes.

AMAZON BLAZE What started the Amazon rainforest fire? SHOCKING wildfires have been spreading across Brazil's Amazon rainforest, and there are no signs of the fire stopping anytime soon. But what caused the powerful fires to break out and when did it start? Here's the latest.

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 10:36:00 +0200thesun (en)

Brazil's National Institute for Space Research said it has detected 72,843 wildfires in the Amazon rainforest Credit: Alamy Live News What started the massive fire in the Amazon rainforest? Wildfires are common in the dry season, but are also deliberately set by farmers illegally deforesting land for cattle ranching.

Amazon fires satellite image: Devastating Brazil rainforest fire burning at ‘record rate’ Amazon fires satellite image: Devastating Brazil rainforest fire burning at ‘record rate’ WILDFIRES in the Amazon rainforest are tearing across Brazil at a record rate, a space...

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 09:14:00 +0200express (en)

Wildfires are burning across the globe with one of the most terrifying being in the Amazon. Brazil ’s record heat during its summer months earlier this year, droughts and deforestation are acting as kindling for the wildfire which is raging across the country.

BRASILE / SVIZZERA 8 min Incendi in Amazzonia: «Il clima della Terra è in pericolo» Nel polmone verde del pianeta si registra un record di roghi. Un esperto del Politecnico di Zurigo spiega che cosa si rischia

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 06:18:00 +0200tio (it)

BRASILIA / ZURIGO - Il numero record di incendi che sta colpendo la foresta amazzonica preoccupa sempre di più l'opinione pubblica. Dall'inizio dell'anno a oggi, sono stati registrati 75mila roghi in Brasile. Più della metà ha interessato l'Amazzonia. Si tratta di un +80% rispetto all'intero 2018.

Bolivia, like neighbour Brazil, battles intense wildfires

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 05:38:00 +0200euronews-en (en)

Bolivia n authorities warned this week that 70% of the department of Santa Cruz where more than a quarter of the country's population lives is under "extreme risk" from forest fires. The three Latin American countries have been battling raging wildfires in the Amazon rainforest.

Amazon fires map: How much of the Amazon Rainforest has been LOST by ravaging wildfires?

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 05:14:00 +0200express (en)

Wildfires are raging across Brazil at a record rate according to Brazil’s space agency with more than 70,000 fires detected in the region this year alone. Brazil’s characteristic intense heat, severe droughts and skyrocketing deforestation has stoked the turbulent infernos as they make their....

How Did the Amazon Rainforest Fires Start?

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 04:51:00 +0200newsweek-USA (en)

Wildfires are currently burning across large tracts of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil , amid international outcry over inaction on the part of Brazil has experienced a record number of wildfires this year , more than half of which occurred in the Amazon region.

The Amazon rainforest is on fire: How it started? Newsweek

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 00:55:00 +0200msn-uk (en)

Video by FOX News Wildfires are currently burning across large tracts of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil , amid international outcry over inaction on the part of President Jair Bolsonaro's administration. © Mario Tama/Getty Images A fire burns trees next to grazing land in the Amazon basin on November 22, 2014 in Ze Doca, Brazil.

Amazon rainforests burning for more than two weeks now

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 00:19:00 +0200financialexpress (en)

Earlier this week, a wildfire in the Canary Islands, Spain, caused more than 8,000 people to flee and, the week before, Alaska witnessed serious wildfires. Around 21,000 square miles of forest faced wildfires in Siberia this month, and Denmark had to send firefighters to Greenland to tackle wildfires that were approaching inhabited areas.

Amazon rainforest fire: How to spot the FAKE photos as Twitter reacts to devastation

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 23:07:00 +0200express (en)

As news of the devastation across the Amazon rainforest broke, many took to Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to share their horror at the extent of fires in the region. The hashtag #AmazonRainforest was trending on Wednesday and into Thursday on Twitter, with many sharing images of the burning forest.

Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 22:46:00 +0200fox5atlanta (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) - Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Greenpeace reactive on Amazon forest fires

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 21:43:00 +0200yubanet (en)

São Paulo, Brazil , Aug. 22, 2019 – Over the past days, forest fires have been ravaging the Brazilian Amazon region. The number of fire outbreaks recorded in the Amazon in 2019 is one of the largest in recent years. Between January and August 20, the number of fires has increased 145% compared to the same period in 2018.

NGOs may be starting fires: Bolsonaro

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 19:52:00 +0200taipeitimes (en)

Brazil’s official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year and Brazil ian President Jair Bolsonaro on Wednesday said that non-governmental organizations (NGO) could be setting them to make him look bad. The Brazilian National Institute for Space Research, a federal....

13 Photos That Explain The Damage To The Amazon Rainforest:

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 19:42:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

They call it the "lungs of the planet." The vast Amazon rainforest, home to some of the most unusual plant and animal species on the planet, produces 20% of the world's oxygen and is crucial to making Earth a habitable place. But the lush tropical forest that absorbs much of humanity's greenhouse....

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 18:29:00 +0200news-yahoo (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

Bolsonaro Suggests NGOs Setting Amazon Fires, Gives No Proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 17:51:00 +0200pattayatoday (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil ’s official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Brazil's president suggests NGOs are setting Amazon fires, gives no proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 16:39:00 +0200startribune (en)

Purchase: Order Reprint RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

World Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof Associated Press 9:52 AM, Aug 22, 2019

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 16:31:00 +0200abcactionnews (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Satellite images show devastating Amazon rainforest fire

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 15:54:00 +0200geospatialworld (en)

The ‘Lungs of the Earth’ are on fire. The Amazon rainforest , which produces 20% of the oxygen in the Earth’s atmosphere and is home to 10% of the Earth’s diversities, has been burning for the last three weeks at an unprecedented rate. This year, Brazil ’s National Institute for Space Research has....

World Without proof, Brazil president suggests NGOs set fires The Associated Press 6:51 AM, Aug 22, 2019

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 15:24:00 +0200thedenverchannel (en)

ZE DOCA, BRAZIL - NOVEMBER 23: A fire burns along a highway in a deforested section of the Amazon basin on November 23, 2014 in Ze Doca, Brazil . Fires are often set by ranchers to clear shrubs and forest for grazing land in the Amazon basin. The non-governmental group Imazon recently warned that....

Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 15:07:00 +0200wsvn (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil ’s official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 14:49:00 +0200sunstar (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, August 21, 2019 without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Brazil president suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 12:50:00 +0200680news (en)

Brazil’s official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad. Brazil ’s National Institute for Space Research, a....

Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 11:22:00 +0200wsoctv (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) - Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

AMAZON BLAZE Amazon rainforest fire - how the fire start and the affect it has on the world

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 10:50:00 +0200thesun (en)

SHOCKING wildfires have been spreading across Brazil 's Amazon rainforest, and there are no signs of the fires stopping any time soon. But what caused the powerful inferno to break out and when did it start? Here's the latest. Brazil's National Institute for Space Research said it has detected....

AMAZON BLAZE Amazon rainforest fire - how and when did the fire start and how big is it?

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 09:49:00 +0200thesun (en)

Brazil's National Institute for Space Research said it has detected 72,843 wildfires in the Amazon rain forest Credit: Reuters How did the fire start? More than 72,000 fires have been recorded this year, according to Brazil 's National Institute for Space Research (INPE).

Amazon fires set by NGOs, suggests Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 08:05:00 +0200expressindia (en)

A tract of Amazon jungle burns as it is being cleared by loggers and farmers in Novo Airao, Amazonas state, Brazil August 21, 2019. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly. Brazil’s official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without....

Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof Source: AP

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 07:47:00 +0200wftv (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) - Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof Source: AP

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 07:33:00 +0200actionnewsjax (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) - Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof Source: AP

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 07:01:00 +0200fox13memphis (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) - Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 07:01:00 +0200whig (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof Source: AP

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 06:58:00 +0200kiro7 (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) - Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 06:55:00 +0200daytondailynews (en)

Brazil's National Institute for Space Research, a federal agency monitoring deforestation and wildfires, said the country has seen a record number of wildfires this year, counting 74,155 as of Tuesday, an 84 percent increase compared to the same period last year. Bolsonaro took office on Jan. 1.

Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 06:13:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil ’s official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 06:08:00 +0200thenewstribune (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO. Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 05:56:00 +0200apnews (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil ’s official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Bolsonaro Suggests NGOs Setting Amazon Fires, Gives No Proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 05:48:00 +0200khaosodenglish (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil ’s official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Vox Sentences: The Amazon is burning

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 02:16:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

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Brazil's Bolsonaro Suggests NGOs Setting Amazon Fires, Gives No Proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 02:00:00 +0200europesun (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Brazil's Bolsonaro Suggests NGOs Setting Amazon Fires, Gives No Proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 00:57:00 +0200irishsun (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

AMAZON BLAZE Amazon rainforest fire - how and when did the fire start and how big is it?

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 00:20:00 +0200thesun (en)

Brazil's National Institute for Space Research said it has detected 72,843 wildfires in the Amazon rain forest Credit: Reuters How did the fire start? More than 72,000 fires have been recorded this year, according to Brazil 's National Institute for Space Research (INPE).

Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 00:17:00 +0200TorontoStar (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazil ’s official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Brazil's Bolsonaro Suggests NGOs Setting Amazon Fires, Gives No Proof

Thu, 22 Aug 2019 00:11:00 +0200polandsun (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Brazil's Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 23:11:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Brazil's Bolsonaro Suggests NGOs Setting Amazon Fires, Gives No Proof

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 22:55:00 +0200voanews (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 22:49:00 +0200kswo (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

Bolsonaro suggests NGOs setting Amazon fires, gives no proof

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 22:37:00 +0200newschannel6now (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil 's official monitoring agency is reporting a sharp increase in wildfires this year, and President Jair Bolsonaro suggested Wednesday, without citing evidence, that non-governmental organizations could be setting them to make him look bad.

The Brazilian Amazon is on fire—here’s why that’s bad news for the planet

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 22:10:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

Forest fires have soared in the Brazil ian Amazon this year, sharpening concerns about rising deforestation and climate emissions under the nation’s new far-right president. The news: have broken out throughout the rain forest so far this year, the largest number in at least five years and a more....

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 20:17:00 +0200thespec (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 2,700 kilometres away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day this week, the sky above Sao Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports.

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 19:38:00 +0200news-yahoo (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Brazilian Amazon is on fire—here’s why that’s bad news for the planet

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 19:25:00 +0200technologyreview (en)

Forest fires have soared in the Brazil ian Amazon this year, sharpening concerns about rising deforestation and climate emissions under the nation’s new far-right president. The news: have broken out throughout the rainforest so far this year, the largest number in at least five years and a more than....

How did the Amazon rainforest fire start? Brazilian president blames NGOs for blaze

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 19:03:00 +0200themirror (en)

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has suggested that non-governmental organisations (NGOs) could be to blame for the massive fires raging in the Amazon rainforest. In a Facebook Live on Wednesday, Bolsonaro said "everything indicates" that NGOs are setting fire to the forest to bring shame on his government, after he cut their funding.

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 18:43:00 +0200suntimes (en)

In the middle of the day Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region. The smoke resulting from some of the wildfires in the Amazon was captured in satellite images released by NASA last week. Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke....

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 18:12:00 +0200TorontoStar (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in Brazil ’s largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above Sao Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports.

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 17:45:00 +0200news-yahoo (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

Smoke from Amazon wildfires plunges Sao Paulo into darkness in middle of day

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 17:28:00 +0200foxnews (en)

The largest city in was plunged into darkness in the middle of the day on Monday after billowing smoke from ongoing wildfires in the Amazon region combined with a weather pattern, creating an ominous, dark blanket over the metropolis. The thick, black clouds moved over Sao Paulo around 3 p.m. and stayed over the area for more than an hour.

Amazon fires map: How much of the Amazon Rainforest has been LOST by ravaging wildfires? INTIMIDATING wildfires which are so intense they can be seen from space are tearing a...

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 16:38:00 +0200express (en)

Wildfires are raging across Brazil at a record rate according to Brazil’s space agency with more than 70,000 fires detected in the region this year alone. Brazil’s characteristic intense heat, severe droughts and skyrocketing deforestation has stoked the turbulent infernos as they make their....

Amazon Rainforest fire LIVE: Devastating fires revealed as São Paulo PLUNGED into darkness

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 16:12:00 +0200express (en)

2.40pm update: Almost one million square miles affected by fires. An estimated measure done by Express.co.uk shows approximately 640 million acres have been affected by the fire. Based on Google’s alert system, the area surrounded by the fire covers more than half of Brazil .

Amazon fires satellite image: Devastating Brazil rainforest fire burning at ‘record rate’

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 16:12:00 +0200express (en)

Wildfires are burning across the globe with one of the most terrifying being in the Amazon. Brazil ’s record heat during its summer months earlier this year, droughts and deforestation act as kindling for the wildfire which is raging across the country.

Shock NASA video captures apocalyptic Amazon fires from space as nation ravaged by flames NASA has released dramatic footage of the destructive wildfires ripping through the Amazon...

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 14:31:00 +0200express (en)

Brazil’s Amazon rainforest has seen a record number of fires this year as the devastation continues. According To the National Institute for Space Research (INPE), satellite data showed an 83 percent increase in the same period in 2018. The space agency has reported its satellite data has detected more than 72,000 fires since January 2019.

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space Smoke from record wildfires raging in the Amazon rainforest blanketed São Paulo on Monday and could be seen from space. Nation Now 7 hours ago

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 14:29:00 +0200guampdn (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

Amazon Rainforest fire LIVE updates: State of emergency declared - fires hit record number

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 14:17:00 +0200express (en)

Thousands of acres have been burned and destroyed by the numerous wildfires sweeping Brazil ; Shocking maps show the true extent of the blaze, which have coated more than half of Brazil in smoke; San Paolo turned dark and stormy today when thick smoke from the fires descended on the busy city; Since....

Amazon fires map: How much of the Amazon Rainforest has been LOST by ravaging wildfires? INTIMIDATING wildfires which are so intense they can be seen from space are tearing a...

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 13:30:00 +0200express (en)

Wildfires are raging across Brazil at a record rate according to Brazil’s space agency with more than 70,000 fires detected in the region this year alone. Brazil’s characteristic intense heat, severe droughts and skyrocketing deforestation has stoked the turbulent infernos as they make their....

Amazon fires satellite image: Devastating Brazil rainforest fire burning at ‘record rate’ Amazon fires satellite image: Devastating Brazil rainforest fire burning at ‘record rate’ WILDFIRES in the Amazon rainforest are tearing across Brazil at a record rate, a space...

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 13:30:00 +0200express (en)

Wildfires are burning across the globe with one of the most terrifying being in the Amazon. Brazil ’s record heat, droughts and deforestation act as kindling for the wildfire which is raging across the country. Brazil’s Amazon rainforest has seen a surge in fires this year, according to new research....

AMAZON BLAZE Amazon rainforest fire - what caused the fire and when did it start? SHOCKING wildfires have been spreading across Brazil's Amazon rainforest, and there are no signs of the fire stopping anytime soon. But what caused the powerful fires to break out and when did it start? Here's the latest.

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 13:28:00 +0200thesun (en)

SHOCKING wildfires have been spreading across Brazil 's Amazon rainforest, and there are no signs of the fires stopping anytime soon. But what caused the powerful inferno to break out and when did it start? Here's the latest. What caused the fire? More than 72,000 fires have been recorded this year, according to Brazil’s space research agency.

Incendi Amazzonia, record di roghi in Brasile: San Paolo piomba al buio in pieno giorno e il fumo è visibile dallo spazio [GALLERY]

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 13:04:00 +0200meteoweb (it)

Qualche giorno fa, il cielo di San Paolo , in Brasile, si è letteralmente oscurato in pieno giorno. La città, insieme ad altre parti degli stati brasiliani di Mato Grosso e Paraná, è stata ricoperta dal fumo degli incendi che stanno infuriando in Amazzonia .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 12:36:00 +0200wausaudailyherald (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 12:32:00 +0200cincinnati (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 12:27:00 +0200tcpalm (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 12:19:00 +0200courier-journal (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 12:18:00 +0200desmoinesregister (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 12:07:00 +0200indystar (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 12:07:00 +0200lancastereaglegazette (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 11:59:00 +0200tennessean (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 11:55:00 +0200azcentral (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 11:50:00 +0200delawareonline (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 11:47:00 +0200montgomeryadvertiser (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 11:39:00 +0200commercialappeal (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

Amazon fires satellite image: Devastating Brazil rainforest fire burning at ‘record rate’

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 10:43:00 +0200express (en)

Wildfires are burning across the globe with one of the most terrifying being in the Amazon. Brazil ’s record heat, droughts and deforestation act as kindling for the wildfire which is raging across the country. Brazil’s Amazon rainforest has seen a surge in fires this year, according to new research....

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 08:01:00 +0200news-yahoo (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 03:51:00 +0200montgomeryadvertiser (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 03:50:00 +0200wausaudailyherald (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 03:47:00 +0200desmoinesregister (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 03:45:00 +0200indystar (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 03:45:00 +0200lancastereaglegazette (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

Amazon rainforest fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 03:33:00 +0200usaToday (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 03:04:00 +0200azcentral (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above São Paulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

The Amazon is burning and smoke from the fires can be seen from space

Wed, 21 Aug 2019 02:49:00 +0200news-yahoo (en)

Forest fires in the Amazon are generating smoke that can be seen from space and may have caused a daytime blackout more than 1,700 miles away in the country's largest city. In the middle of the day on Monday, the sky above SãoPaulo was blanketed by smoke from the wildfires raging in the Amazon region, according to local media reports .

Sudden darkness over Sao Paulo baffles thousands

Tue, 20 Aug 2019 23:42:00 +0200startribune (en)

RIO DE JANEIRO Around midday on Monday, the sky suddenly blackened, and day became night in Sao Paulo. Sure, smog is bad in the Western Hemisphere’s largest city, where traffic jams can stretch for dozens of miles. But not this bad. What was going on? Was the end near? “Apocalypse!” one person cried on Twitter.

Record Number of Wildfires in Brazil Will Have Global Consequences

Tue, 20 Aug 2019 23:28:00 +0200inverse (en)

Bolsonaro was elected in 2018 and endorsed by Brazil ’s farming lobby . For decades, Brazil’s farmers have argued that the laws prohibiting land development in the Amazon, including lands that are reserved for indigenous people, are too restrictive. Accordingly, deforestation is increasing in part....

In Bolivia incendi distruggono oltre 471mila ettari di foreste

Tue, 20 Aug 2019 11:59:00 +0200askanews (it)

Roma, 20 ago. (askanews) – Oltre 470mila ettari di foreste, campi e praterie in Bolivia , sono stati bruciati in seguito a un vasto incendio che si sta avvicinando al confine con il Paraguay. Le autorità temono ora danni maggiori a causa dei venti e della siccità.

Politica In Bolivia incendi distruggono oltre 471mila ettari di foreste

Tue, 20 Aug 2019 11:53:00 +0200affaritaliani (it)

Roma, 20 ago. (askanews) - Oltre 470mila ettari di foreste, campi e praterie in Bolivia , sono stati bruciati in seguito a un vasto incendio che si sta avvicinando al confine con il Paraguay. Le autorità temono ora danni maggiori a causa dei venti e della siccità. © 1996 - 2019 Uomini & Affari S.r.l.

In Bolivia incendi distruggono oltre 471mila ettari di foreste

Tue, 20 Aug 2019 11:52:00 +0200tiscali-it (it)

Roma, 20 ago. (askanews) - Oltre 470mila ettari di foreste, campi e praterie in Bolivia , sono stati bruciati in seguito a un vasto incendio che si sta avvicinando al confine con il Paraguay. Le autorità temono ora danni maggiori a causa dei venti e della siccità. Tiscali Italia S.p.A. con socio unico Sede Sociale: Cagliari, Località Sa Illetta, S.

In Bolivia incendi distruggono oltre 471mila ettari di foreste

Tue, 20 Aug 2019 11:50:00 +0200corrierediviterbo (it)

Roma, 20 ago. (askanews) - Oltre 470mila ettari di foreste, campi e praterie in Bolivia , sono stati bruciati in seguito a un vasto incendio che si sta avvicinando al confine con il Paraguay. Le autorità temono ora danni maggiori a causa dei venti e della siccità.

Climate Change To Shrink Economies Of Rich, Poor, Hot And Cold Countries Alike Unless Paris Agreement Holds

Mon, 19 Aug 2019 18:43:00 +0200eurasiareview (en)

However, a new study co-authored by researchers from the University of Cambridge suggests that virtually all countries – whether rich or poor, hot or cold – will suffer economically by 2100 if the current trajectory of carbon emissions is maintained. In fact, the research published by the National....

Under a “business as usual” carbon emissions scenario, the U.S. would lose 10.5% of its GDP by 2100

Mon, 19 Aug 2019 18:11:00 +0200yubanet (en)

Aug. 19, 2019 – Prevailing economic research anticipates the burden of climate change falling on hot or poor nations. Some predict that cooler or wealthier economies will be unaffected or even see benefits from higher temperatures. However, a new study co-authored by researchers from the University....

Climate change to shrink economies of rich, poor, hot and cold countries alike unless Paris Agreement holds

Mon, 19 Aug 2019 15:38:00 +0200sciencedaily (en)

However, a new study co-authored by researchers from the University of Cambridge suggests that virtually all countries -- whether rich or poor, hot or cold -- will suffer economically by 2100 if the current trajectory of carbon emissions is maintained.

Climate change to shrink economies of rich, poor, hot and cold countries alike unless Paris Agreement holds

Mon, 19 Aug 2019 11:54:00 +0200alphagalileo (en)

Prevailing economic research anticipates the burden of climate change falling on hot or poor nations. Some predict that cooler or wealthier economies will be unaffected or even see benefits from higher temperatures. However, a new study co-authored by researchers from the University of Cambridge....

Climate change to shrink economies of rich, poor, hot and cold countries alike unless Paris Agreement holds

Mon, 19 Aug 2019 09:41:00 +0200eurekalert (en)

Prevailing economic research anticipates the burden of climate change falling on hot or poor nations. Some predict that cooler or wealthier economies will be unaffected or even see benefits from higher temperatures. However, a new study co-authored by researchers from the University of Cambridge....

UN climate change report: farming and eating habits must change to save on land and water

Sat, 10 Aug 2019 10:06:00 +0200mercopress (en)

The way the world manages land produces and eats food has to change to curb global warming or food security, health and biodiversity will be at risk, a UN report on the effects of climate change on land said. The report said global population growth and changes in consumption patterns have caused unprecedented rates of land and water use.

U.N. flags need to cut meat to curb land use impact on global warming

Fri, 09 Aug 2019 19:01:00 +0200reuters-in (en)

LONDON/GENEVA (Reuters) - Global meat consumption must fall to curb global warming, reduce growing strains on land and water and improve food security, health and biodiversity, a United Nations report on the effects of climate change concluded. Although the report stopped short of explicitly....

UN Flags Need To Cut Meat To Curb Land Use Impact On Global Warming

Fri, 09 Aug 2019 16:42:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

Global meat consumption must fall to curb global warming, reduce growing strains on land and water and improve food security, health and biodiversity, a United Nations report on the effects of climate change concluded. Although the report stopped short of explicitly advocating going meat free, it....

UN flags need to cut meat to curb land use impact on global warming

Fri, 09 Aug 2019 05:34:00 +0200thedailyherald (en)

LONDON/GENEVA--Global meat consumption must fall to curb global warming, reduce growing strains on land and water and improve food security, health and biodiversity, a United Nations report on the effects of climate change concluded. Although the report stopped short of explicitly advocating going....

U.N. flags need to cut meat to curb land use impact on global warming

Fri, 09 Aug 2019 05:14:00 +0200reuters (en)

LONDON/GENEVA (Reuters) - Global meat consumption must fall to curb global warming, reduce growing strains on land and water and improve food security, health and biodiversity, a United Nations report on the effects of climate change concluded. Although the report stopped short of explicitly....

Farming and eating need to change: UN

Fri, 09 Aug 2019 04:19:00 +0200bdnews24 (en)

Although the report stopped short of explicitly advocating going meat free, it called for big changes to farming and eating habits to limit the impact of population growth and changing consumption patterns on stretched land and water resources. Plant-based foods and sustainable animal-sourced food....

Cut meat to curb land use impact on global warming: UN

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 19:24:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

Report stops short of advocating going meat-free, but says dietary changes, featuring plant-based foods and sustainable animal-sourced food, could free up land and cut emissions. * Report most comprehensive yet on land and climate change. * "Unprecedented rates" of land and freshwater use-IPCC.

UN flags need to cut on eating meat to curb land-use impact on global warming

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 17:10:00 +0200abs-cbnnews (en)

LONDON/GENEVAGlobal meat consumption must fall to curb global warming, reduce growing strains on land and water and improve food security, health and biodiversity, a United Nations report on the effects of climate change concluded. Although the report stopped short of explicitly advocating going....

Plant-based diet can help fight climate change: UN report

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 16:42:00 +0200channelnewsasia (en)

GENEVA: The way the world manages land, produces and eats food has to change to curb global warming or food security, health and biodiversity will be at risk, a UN report on the effects of climate change on land said on Thursday (Aug 8). The report said global population growth and changes in....

UN flags need to curb land use impact on global warming

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 15:08:00 +0200middle-east-online_en (en)

GENEVA - Global meat consumption must fall to curb global warming, reduce growing strains on land and water and improve food security, health and biodiversity, a United Nations report on the effects of climate change concluded. Although the report stopped short of explicitly advocating going meat....

Cut meat to curb land use impact on global warming: UN

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 14:08:00 +0200trust (en)

Report stops short of advocating going meat-free, but says dietary changes, featuring plant-based foods and sustainable animal-sourced food, could free up land and cut emissions. * Report most comprehensive yet on land and climate change. * "Unprecedented rates" of land and freshwater use-IPCC.

U.N. flags need to cut meat to curb land use impact on global warming

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 13:28:00 +0200reuters-in (en)

Although the report stopped short of explicitly advocating going meat free, it called for big changes to farming and eating habits to limit the impact of population growth and changing consumption patterns on stretched land and water resources. Plant-based foods and sustainable animal-sourced food....

Dietary changes could cut up to eight gigatonnes a year of CO2 equivalent

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 13:15:00 +0200businessday (en)

London/Geneva — The way the world manages land, produces and eats food has to change to curb global warming or food security, health and biodiversity will be at risk, a UN report on the effects of climate change on land said on Thursday. The report said global population growth and changes in....

Update 1-UN flags need to cut meat to curb land use impact on global warming

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 13:12:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

* Report most comprehensive yet on land and climate change. * "Unprecedented rates" of land and freshwater use-IPCC. * Climate change will exacerbate food security risks (Adds comments from press conference, more detail) By Nina Chestney and Stephanie Nebehay.

U.N. flags need to cut meat to curb land use impact on global warming

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 13:12:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

Although the report stopped short of explicitly advocating going meat free, it called for big changes to farming and eating habits to limit the impact of population growth and changing consumption patterns on stretched land and water resources. Plant-based foods and sustainable animal-sourced food....

U.N. flags need to cut meat to curb land use impact on global warming

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 13:00:00 +0200news-yahoo (en)

By Nina Chestney and Stephanie Nebehay. LONDON/GENEVA (Reuters) - Global meat consumption must fall to curb global warming, reduce growing strains on land and water and improve food security, health and biodiversity, a United Nations report on the effects of climate change concluded.

UPDATE 1-UN flags need to cut meat to curb land use impact on global warming

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 13:00:00 +0200news-yahoo (en)

* Report most comprehensive yet on land and climate change. * "Unprecedented rates" of land and freshwater use-IPCC. * Climate change will exacerbate food security risks (Adds comments from press conference, more detail) By Nina Chestney and Stephanie Nebehay.

UN report: Farming and eating need to change to curb global warming

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 12:26:00 +0200themalaymailonline (en)

Dietary changes, featuring plant-based foods and sustainable animal-sourced food, could free up several million square kilometres of land by 2050 and potentially cut 0.7-8.0 gigatonnes a year of carbon dioxide equivalent, the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) said in the report.

Farming And Eating Need To Change To Curb Global Warming: UN

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 12:09:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

The way the world manages land, produces and eats food has to change to curb global warming or food security, health and biodiversity will be at risk, a UN report on the effects of climate change on land said on Thursday. The report said global population growth and changes in consumption patterns....

UN report: Farming and eating need to change to curb global warming

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 11:51:00 +0200malaymail (en)

Dietary changes, featuring plant-based foods and sustainable animal-sourced food, could free up several million square kilometres of land by 2050 and potentially cut 0.7-8.0 gigatonnes a year of carbon dioxide equivalent, the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) said in the report.

Farming and eating need to change to curb global warming, UN report says

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 11:36:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

The way the world manages land, produces and eats food has to change to curb global warming or food security, health and biodiversity will be at risk, a United Nations report on the effects of climate change on land said on Thursday. The report said global population growth and changes in....

Farming and eating need to change to curb global warming: U.N. report

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 11:11:00 +0200reuters-in (en)

The report said global population growth and changes in consumption patterns have caused unprecedented rates of land and water use. It called for big changes to farming and eating habits, but stopped short of explicitly advocating going meat free. Dietary changes, featuring plant-based foods and....

Farming and eating need to change to curb global warming - U.N. report

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 11:06:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

The report said global population growth and changes in consumption patterns have caused unprecedented rates of land and water use. It called for big changes to farming and eating habits, but stopped short of explicitly advocating going meat free. Dietary changes, featuring plant-based foods and....

Farming, eating need to change to curb global warming: UN report

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 11:03:00 +0200trust (en)

Report stops short of advocating going meat-free, but says dietary changes, featuring plant-based foods and sustainable animal-sourced food, could free up land and cut emissions. * Report most comprehensive yet on land and climate change. * "Unprecedented rates" of land and freshwater use-IPCC. * Climate change will exacerbate food security risks.

Farming and eating need to change to curb global warming, UN report says

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 10:57:00 +0200CBC (en)

The way the world manages land, produces and eats food has to change to curb global warming or food security, health and biodiversity will be at risk, a United Nations report on the effects of climate change on land said on Thursday. The report said global population growth and changes in....

Farming and eating need to change to curb global warming – UN report

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 10:47:00 +0200cyprus-mail (en)

The way the world manages land, produces and eats food has to change to curb global warming or food security, health and biodiversity will be at risk, a UN report on the effects of climate change on land said on Thursday. The report said global population growth and changes in consumption patterns....

Full Article: Farming and eating need to change to curb global warming: U.N. report

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 10:43:00 +0200wsau (en)

By Nina Chestney and Stephanie Nebehay. LONDON/GENEVA (Reuters) - The way the world manages land, produces and eats food has to change to curb global warming or food security, health and biodiversity will be at risk, a U.N. report on the effects of climate change on land said on Thursday.

Farming and eating need to change to curb global warming

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 10:25:00 +0200yenisafak-en (en)

The way the world manages land, produces and eats food has to change to curb global warming or food security, health and biodiversity will be at risk, a U.N. report on the effects of climate change on land said on Thursday. The report said global population growth and changes in consumption patterns....

Farming and eating need to change to curb global warming: U.N. report

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 10:10:00 +0200news-yahoo (en)

By Nina Chestney and Stephanie Nebehay. LONDON/GENEVA (Reuters) - The way the world manages land, produces and eats food has to change to curb global warming or food security, health and biodiversity will be at risk, a U.N. report on the effects of climate change on land said on Thursday.

Farming and eating need to change to curb global warming-UN report

Thu, 08 Aug 2019 10:10:00 +0200news-yahoo (en)

* Report most comprehensive yet on land and climate change. * "Unprecedented rates" of land and freshwater use-IPCC. * Climate change will exacerbate food security risks. By Nina Chestney and Stephanie Nebehay. LONDON/GENEVA, Aug 8 (Reuters) - The way the world manages land, produces and eats food....

Opinion: Brazilians’ Diffident Attitude towards Climate Change

Tue, 30 Jul 2019 07:29:00 +0200riotimesonline (en)

RIBEIRÃO PRETO, BRAZIL – A recent DataFolha poll indicates that some 85 percent of Brazil ians believe in global warming, and some 72 percent believe that humans contribute to warming. But of those who believe in climate change, only 28 percent said they were well informed on the subject.

World: Latinoamérica & el Caribe: Resumen de Situación Semanal (22-29 julio 2019) - Desde el 29 de julio 2019

Tue, 30 Jul 2019 03:27:00 +0200reliefWeb (es)

REGIONAL: MIGRANTES & REFUGIADOS VENEZOLANOS. CIFRAS CLAVES. 66% DE VENEZOLANOS ENCUESTADOS EN EL EXTERIOR ESTÁN DESEMPLEAODS O TRABAJANDO DE MANERA INFORMAL. 45% DE VENEZOLANOS ENCUESTADOS EN TACNA, PERÚ, APENAS PUEDEN COMER UNA O DOS VECES AL DÍA. 16.5K VENEZOLANOS REGISTRADOS EN PROGRAMA DE TARJETA DE REGISTRO EN TRINIDAD Y TOBAGO.

South America

Wed, 24 Jul 2019 04:46:00 +0200EC (en)

is exposed to a range of natural disasters. Climate change has also increased the frequency and intensity of weather-related disasters. Four million Venezuelans have sought refuge in neighbouring South American countries (of which 1.3 million in Colombia, 263,000 in Ecuador, and 768,000 in Peru).

Sustainable land management key to reducing Amazon wildfires

Fri, 19 Jul 2019 21:53:00 +0200sciencedaily (en)

The new study suggests that unrestrained deforestation, converting rainforest to agricultural land, could expand the areas at risk of wildfires by more than 70 per cent by the end of the century. In response, the international team of researchers, including Dr Luiz Aragão from the University of....

Sustainable land management key to reducing Amazon wildfires, study shows

Fri, 19 Jul 2019 16:20:00 +0200eurekalert (en)

. The unrelenting deforestation of the Amazon region could lead to a dramatic increase to the risk of destructive wildfire outbreaks, research has shown. The new study suggests that unrestrained deforestation, converting rainforest to agricultural land, could expand the areas at risk of wildfires by more than 70 per cent by the end of the century.

Climate Change on Land

Wed, 17 Jul 2019 11:51:00 +0200samiconsulting (en)

We looked at the impact of climate change on the sea in a recent blogpost. That included issues of coastal flooding, storm surges and salination. In this one, we look at the more direct impacts on land. A recent IPCC report noted that warming is generally higher over land than over the ocean.

Why people in a flooded British town were told to stop flushing the toilet

Thu, 20 Jun 2019 16:53:00 +0200europesun (en)

were evacuated. Curiously, the advice to the town's remaining residents is to avoid flushing the toilet or using the washing machine whenever possible - advice that is more usually associated with drought rather than flood. The request suggests that Wainfleet's sewer system is dangerously close to capacity.

Why people in a flooded British town were told to stop flushing the toilet

Thu, 20 Jun 2019 15:33:00 +0200irishsun (en)

were evacuated. Curiously, the advice to the town's remaining residents is to avoid flushing the toilet or using the washing machine whenever possible - advice that is more usually associated with drought rather than flood. The request suggests that Wainfleet's sewer system is dangerously close to capacity.

Realiza presidente de Bolivia llamado internacional a proteger la Madre Tierra

Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:57:00 +0200radiohc (es)

La Paz, 17 jun (RHC) El presidente de Bolivia , Evo Morales, realizó un llamado internacional a proteger la Madre Tierra e intensificar los esfuerzos para detener la degradación de los suelos, y así garantizar un mejor futuro. A través de su cuenta en la red social twitter, Evo Morales dijo que en el....

6:26 Morales realiza un llamado internacional a proteger la Madre Tierra

Tue, 18 Jun 2019 00:52:00 +0200prensa-latina (es)

17 de junio de 2019, 18:26 La Paz, 17 jun (Prensa Latina) El presidente de Bolivia , Evo Morales, realizó hoy un llamado internacional a proteger la Madre Tierra e intensificar los esfuerzos para detener la degradación de los suelos, y así garantizar un mejor futuro.

Desertificación y sequía: resaltan compromiso para avanzar en una Ley General de Suelos

Sat, 08 Jun 2019 04:33:00 +0200estrategia (es)

Su compromiso para avanzar en una Ley General de Suelos expresó la senadora Carmen Gloria Aravena, integrante con la Comisión de Agricultura tras participar en el seminario realizado en la sede del ex Congreso. Aseguró que se trata de un “recurso natural no renovable, amenazado por la erosión,....

Recomendaciones de la FAO para reducir el riesgo productivo ante desastres naturales

Mon, 27 May 2019 13:39:00 +0200clarin (es)

Cosecha de lluvias en Jamaica, árboles como barreras ante los huracanes de Haití y el uso de corrales mejorados para proteger a las alpacas del frío altiplánico, son algunas de las prácticas incluidas en el libro Reducción del riesgo de desastres a nivel de explotación: beneficios múltiples, sin arrepentimientos.

Formas ingeniosas de enfrentar los desastres naturales: plantar árboles y cosechar la lluvia

Mon, 27 May 2019 05:18:00 +0200agrodigital (es)

Pequeños cambios generan grandes resultados: un nuevo estudio de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Agricultura y la Alimentación (FAO) analizó buenas prácticas para enfrentar desastres naturales en Bolivia , Colombia, Haití, Guyana y Jamaica, y siete otros países del mundo.

FAO analiza plantar árboles y cosechar la lluvia para enfrentar los desastres naturales

Sat, 25 May 2019 11:27:00 +0200acento (es)

SANTIAGO, Chile.- Un nuevo estudio de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Agricultura y la Alimentación (FAO) analizó buenas prácticas para enfrentar desastres naturales en Bolivia , Colombia, Haití, Guyana y Jamaica, y siete otros países del mundo.

FAO recomienda a países "cosechar la lluvia" y plantar árboles para enfrentar la sequía

Fri, 24 May 2019 22:59:00 +0200listin (es)

Pequeños cambios generan grandes resultados: un nuevo estudio de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Agricultura y la Alimentación (FAO) analizó buenas prácticas para enfrentar desastres naturales en Bolivia , Colombia, Haití, Guyana y Jamaica, y siete otros países del mundo.

Plantar árboles y cosechar lluvia ideas clave para enfrentar desastres naturales

Fri, 24 May 2019 19:40:00 +0200laestrella (es)

Pequeños cambios generan grandes resultados: un nuevo estudio de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Agricultura y la Alimentación (FAO) analizó buenas prácticas para enfrentar desastres naturales en Bolivia , Colombia, Haití, Guyana y Jamaica, y siete otros países del mundo.

How Scientists Use Climate Models to Predict Mosquito-Borne Disease Outbreaks

Fri, 10 May 2019 19:34:00 +0200smithsonianmag (en)

Mosquito-borne diseases threaten billions of people, and while the diseases vary in biology and geography, most, if not all, are exacerbated by climate change. Scientists predict that a warming world will invite the spread of more mosquitoes, and more illness, threatening a billion more people over the next 60 years.

La falta de caminos y la crecida condena a muerte a los indígenas del Chaco

Mon, 06 May 2019 13:54:00 +0200nanduti (es)

Una niña de tres años murió el jueves tras pasar varios días con una diarrea que ningún médico pudo detener. Sus padres, de la etnia maskoi, uno de los muchos pueblos indígenas que viven en situación de extrema pobreza en Paraguay, no tiene una camioneta doble tracción ni un tractor para llegar a un....

El agua condena a muerte a los indígenas del Chaco paraguayo

Mon, 06 May 2019 03:08:00 +0200elpais-latinoamerica (es)

Una niña de tres años murió el jueves tras pasar varios días con una diarrea que ningún médico pudo detener. Sus padres, de la etnia maskoi, uno de los muchos pueblos indígenas que viven en situación de extrema pobreza en Paraguay, no tiene una camioneta doble tracción ni un tractor para llegar a un....

El agua condena a muerte a los indígenas del Chaco paraguayo

Mon, 06 May 2019 03:06:00 +0200elpais (es)

Una niña de tres años murió el jueves tras pasar varios días con una diarrea que ningún médico pudo detener. Sus padres, de la etnia maskoi, uno de los muchos pueblos indígenas que viven en situación de extrema pobreza en Paraguay, no tiene una camioneta doble tracción ni un tractor para llegar a un....

Humanity Is Committing Collective Suicide

Sun, 28 Apr 2019 17:09:00 +0200truthdig (en)

As Notre Dame burned, as the flames leapt from its roof of ancient timbers, many of us watched in grim horror. Hour after hour, on screen after screen, channel after channel, you could see that 850-year-old cathedral, a visiting spot for 13 million people annually, being gutted, its roof timbers....

Noche de Libertadores

Thu, 25 Apr 2019 04:38:00 +0200eldiariodelapampa (es)

Godoy Cruz de Mendoza recibe a Sporting Cristal. Además, Huracán se la juega con Emelec. Mendoza (NA) - Godoy Cruz recibirá hoy en Mendoza a Sporting Cristal de Perú, para salir del último puesto del Grupo C de la Copa Libertadores, en un partido clave de cara a la clasificación a octavos de final, por la quinta fecha.

Climate Change Also Affects Mental Health in Mexico

Fri, 22 Mar 2019 14:17:00 +0100havanatimes (en)

Tourists cool off from high temperatures on the beach at the archaeological site of Tulum, in the southeastern Yucatan peninsula, an area of Mexico highly vulnerable to climate change. Powerful hurricanes, storms, drought, heat waves and rising sea levels are climate change effects that impact the mental health of the country’s population.

Climate Change Also Affects Mental Health in Mexico

Wed, 20 Mar 2019 00:24:00 +0100globalissues (en)

Tourists cool off from high temperatures on the beach at the archaeological site of Tulum, in the southeastern Yucatan peninsula, an area of Mexico highly vulnerable to climate change. Powerful hurricanes, storms, drought, heat waves and rising sea levels are climate change effects that impact the mental health of the country's population.

Bolivia (Plurinational State of): Suman a siete los municipios declarados en desastre natural

Thu, 14 Mar 2019 22:08:00 +0100reliefWeb (es)

Santa Cruz, 14 de marzo de 2019. -El secretario de Seguridad Ciudadana de la Gobernación, Enrique Bruno, informó que siete municipios cruceños se declararon en desastre natural, seis afectados por las lluvias (Cuevo, Lagunillas, Yapacaní, Pampagrande, Buena Vista y San Juan) y uno por sequía (Pailón).

Does Climate Change Offer New Opportunities for Agriculture in Argentina?

Tue, 26 Feb 2019 01:25:00 +0100globalissues (en)

The presentation of the Climate Change Risk Mapping System, which was used as the basis for drawing up the agricultural risk maps in Argentina. Experts say that climate change, in addition to problems, can bring opportunities for the country's agricultural producers. Credit: Secretariat of the Environment.

Contra la evidencia del cambio climático no hay lobby que valga

Tue, 26 Feb 2019 01:14:00 +0100elcordillerano (es)

U na paciente recopilación demuestra que los primeros debates en torno al cambio climático se dieron hace mucho tiempo, cuando se ponía en marcha la Revolución Industrial. El mismísimo Thomas Jefferson -presidente de Estados Unidos entre 1801 y 1809- publicó en 1799 un libro al que tituló “Notas....

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