Africa has lost a fifth of its forests since 1900

The African continent has lost 21.7% of its forests with foliage closed since 1900, according to an analysis of historical records and paleontological evidence made by three researchers from Yale University (United States), and published in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution This calculation is substantially lower than previous estimates,…

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Why the Sahara was, and will be green again

The Sahara is the largest and hottest desert on the planet, something that everyone knows. With its nine million square kilometers it occupies an extension similar to that of China, Australia or the United States. It is a barren wasteland of endless dunes and mountains carved by erosion, at least…

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Libya: “liberated”

Enlightened civilization attacked Libya to kill a man and ended up killing an entire country in exchange for two percent of the Earth’s oil. “We went, we saw and he died,” sentenced Hillary Clinton with a merchant smile. Libyan Sátrapa said, and so wrote the lines of the destruction of…

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