More than 4 billion hectares of our planet are covered by forests - that’s around 30% of it. As you can imagine, forests are kind of an important global resource.
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“The climate crisis is both the easiest and the hardest issue we have ever faced,” says Greta Thunberg. For us, it’s the easiest because we can take action and change things in our daily routine. And it’s the hardest because sometimes changing them is not that easy because it’s mainly about changing our mindset. So let’s start from the beginning: What can we do to stop the climate crisis?
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ARBIO Perú is a women-led organization whose goal is to protect and preserve 916 hectares of the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest.
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In this article, we’ll explore the keys to understanding what the climate crisis we’re living in is about. We’ll check out what it means, its causes and its effects. Stay tuned to see if we can still win the battle against it!
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As we celebrated Earth Week, we wanted to remind our community that our planet's incredible biodiversity needs protection. That the climate crisis, human unsustainable activities, and other serious issues are putting Earth’s natural resources at risk.
The greenhouse effect and global warming are strongly interrelated because greenhouse gases are responsible for the rise of our planet’s temperature.
Our planet has never been warmer since the beginning of civilization. Since 2015, we have experienced the 5 hottest years on record. As climate change continues to be a reality, our present — and future — appear to be getting worse.
We bet you’ve wondered at least once what your future will look like a few years from now. We all have. Maybe traveling around the world, having your diploma in your hands, accomplishing any kind of goals that might be crossing your mind as we speak about them.
We don’t have to figure out what the future will look like to understand the consequences of global warming. We’re all living them as we speak.
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