Ciclo de conferencias de medio ambiente

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good morning fellow ohio us come from this series of lectures called environmental crisis:

below begin with bernabe MCJose Valencia director general of the ecology and environment of the UN. whowill give a lecture entitled: "Global warming, a global challenge"

Ladies and gentlemen present here, the climate has always varied, the problem of climate change is that in the last century thepace of change has accelerated abnormally, to the extent that it affects and planetary life. In seeking the cause of this acceleration, scientists found a direct relationship between global warming orclimate change and increasing emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions, caused mainly by industrialized societies.

  

A phenomenon of concern to the world: global warming and its directimpact, climate change, which occupies much of the efforts of the international scientific community to study and control it, because, they say, threatens the future of humanity.

Why so muchconcern? Leading scientists agree that increasing the concentration of greenhouse gases in Earth's atmosphere is causing changes in climate. Also agree that emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) have beenvery intense since the Industrial Revolution, after which time the action of man over nature was intense.

There are questions? well because if there are no questions to fuck your mother!!
spendwith her is invited to next: Dr. Laura Olaya Perez director of Education degree in Environmental Harv Univesidad his magisterial lecture entitled "deforestation, destroying the future"

good afternoonladies and gentlemen present here as you know Tropical forests are the most productive biomes on the planet and the greatest biodiversity. The amount of rainfall and temperature make its onlylimiting factor is light. They range from Central and South America, Áfricacentral, mainly Malaysia and Indonesia. The Amazon holds 7% of the planet and holds 50% of global biodiversity. It is inhabited by...
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