We can not trust that companies save us from climate change

Demands for radical decarbonization clash with the imperatives of profit and shareholder value, writes Christopher Wright and Daniel Nyberg. One response to governments’ failures has been the belief that markets and corporate innovation will find the solution to the problem. climatic crisis. As the tycoon Richard Branson used to say,…

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The last storms attract ‘rare’ birds to Spain

The first swallows have already been registered in Huelva, Cádiz, Badajoz and Cáceres, “but they are more delayed this season compared to the last decades (1990-2017)”, as reported by the Spanish Ornithological Society (SEO / BirdLife) in an informative note In addition, this year with adverse weather conditions, such as…

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Objective: Reduce meat by 50% by 2050

The production and consumption of meat are bringing the planet closer to the abyss. Both from the climatic and environmental point of view. Greenpeace proposes solutions. The world must reduce the production and consumption of meat by 50% by 2050 to achieve the climate objectives of the Paris Agreement. This…

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This would be the map of Spain if the poles melted

The peninsula would be flooded by the sea as well as practically all the cities of the Mediterranean, from Barcelona to Huelva, and also many of the Cantabrian and Galicia. We have elaborated a much more precise map, based on this altimetry map in which the altitude of the landmass…

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