Accelerated climate change will generate more violence and hunger

In March of 2014, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will issue an international scientific report on how global warming is currently affecting humans and how this damage will be developed over time. A leaked copy of the draft, ensures that the impact of man will...
Global Warming

Human influence causes global warming

The world’s temperature will rise by up to 4.8 degrees Celsius in this century and the main culprit is the human, as it was certified the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The planet’s temperature will rise between 0.3 and 4.8 degrees Celsius in the...

Heat waves could last through 2040

According to a study published by the journal Environmental Research Letters, heat waves on earth will become stronger and more frequent over the next 30 years, especially in regions such as South America, Africa and Europe. Dim Coumou, Potsdam Institute, which investigates the...

Planet is in “danger zone” for the increasing of CO2 concentration

Christiana Figueres, head of the United Nations for climate, warned that the world is in a “danger zone” because of the excessive concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency (NOAA) reported that the concentration results...

Doha Revealed the Price of the Environment Bill

Growing countries demand a fund to powerful countries, which doubles the $ 30 000 millions approved in Copenhagen three years ago, thus reaching the official sum of $ 60 000 millions. Yesterday the conference about the climatic change of Doha entered its final stage with the...

Climate Change Melts Arctic Subsoil

The melting of the arctic frozen subsoil, the “permafrost”, threatens to significantly affect the overheating and should be taken into account into account in upcoming climate models. This Tuesday it was recommended in the United Nations Program for the Environment...

Doha Starts the World Summit on Climate Change

In Doha, capital of Qatar, the first global summit meeting on climate change began explaining the impact of rising global temperatures in poorer countries, such as Bangladesh, Bhutan, Gambia, Micronesia Kenya, according to a study conducted by the UN University. During the world...

Greenland Could Disappear if Temperature Increases

Greenland could melt completely with permanent and irreversible efftects if the global warming reaches the 1,6 Celsius degrees. According to the University Complutense of Madrid (UCM) and the Potsdam Institute of Germany. The research performed by the physics department of Earth...