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Planta de energía  Lo estamos viviendo. AHORA. El récord de emisiones de CO2 que marca el inicio de una "nueva era" de cambio climático

Récord de CO2 marca el inicio de una "nueva era" de cambio climático

China ratifies Paris climate agreement - BBC News. The US and China - together responsible for of the world's carbon emissions - have both formally joined the Paris global climate agreement.

ToxicSites: Explore a superfund site near you Interactive map to explore superfund sites  Newtown Creek: North Brooklyn Boat Club, On a Superfund Site

ToxicSites: Explore a superfund site near you Interactive map to explore superfund sites Newtown Creek: North Brooklyn Boat Club, On a Superfund Site

2016-09-27 NO FRACKING, DRILLING OR DIGGING: IT’S THE ONLY WAY TO SAVE LIFE ON EARTH. The Paris climate change agreement is worthless. Politicians can’t possibly honour it unless we stop developing all new fossil fuel reserves.

No fracking, drilling or digging: it’s the only way to save life on Earth

By Oliver Milman, The Guardian, Oct 2016 (with extensive related readings fruterh below) Global warming is said to be bringing temperatures last seen during an interglacial era, when sea level was meters higher than today

Global CO2 emissions 'stalled'

Data from the International Energy Agency suggests that growth in global carbon emissions stalled last year - the first time this has happened without a major economic downturn.

Heavy smog has been lingering in northern and eastern parts of China, disturbing the traffic, worsening air pollution and forcing the closure of schools. China's Environment Ministry said it will send inspection teams to provinces and cities most seriously affected by smog to ensure rules on fighting air pollution are being enforced - The Independent - Jan 2014

Buildings in Beijing surrounded by smog - 42 Shocking Photos Showing Severe Pollution In China Best of Web Shrine

Extreme weather in 1998 was linked with La Nina - Getty Images

Risk of extreme weather 'doubles'

A dramatic drop in giraffe populations over the past 30 years has seen the world's tallest land mammal classified as vulnerable to extinction.

Giraffes 'vulnerable' as numbers plunge

Giraffes facing 'silent extinction' as population plunges - BBC News

Sea levels have already risen 3 inches on average since 1992, with some areas experiencing as much as a 9-inch rise. Photo credit: NASA/Saskia Madlener

An iceberg floats in Disko Bay Greenland on July 24 The massive Greenland ice sheet is shedding 300 gigatons of ice a year into the ocean making it the single largest source of sea level rise from melting ice.

Power down: go for renewables <i>(Image: Paul Souders/Corbis)</i>

Coal bust may be behind stall in carbon emissions

La Puerta Azul (documental) -  Trailer

La Puerta Azul (documental) - Trailer

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