In one of the very first posts of this blog I had talked about how much water is becoming an increasingly scarce and precious resource and the danger that in the future you trigger real wars for the management of the little water that will remain on our planet if we do not lay remedy … More Water, an increasingly valuable resource
Today at 11:27 a.m. will be launched in orbit the satellite Sentinel P5 that will have the task of mapping the pollutants present in the atmosphere and discover the cause. The satellite Sentinel P5 is part of a broader strategy to combat pollution and climate change by the European Union authorities together with the European … More Sentinel P5, a satellite against pollution
That climate change is in place is evident and it is under the eyes of all that our planet is changing deeply: the summer that is ending has been one of the hottest with many days in which the thermometers have reached and also exceeded 40 degrees , hot days that caused drought and water … More Climate change and wars
On August 2, 2017, only two days ago, the overshoot day arrived, which symbolically reminds us that all the natural resources of the planet for this year are over and that humanity is living on credit, on the shoulders of future generations. This day every year always comes first and this means that humanity is … More Overshoot Day
This summer of 2017 will be remembered for the extraordinary highs and lows of the climate that are causing serious damage to agriculture and also to human health because exceptional waves of hot and abrupt temperature lowering due to sudden strong thunderstorms harm a great deal to our organism. We have just come out of … More The strange summer of climate change
Today is the big day of the final challenge between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump for the Presidency of the United States and all the people look with great interest to what will happen in the event of a victory by either of the two candidates, especially with regard to foreign policy. Everyone is already trying … More Who remembers the climate change?