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Siberian heat wave: Arctic temperatures hit record high in Russia
The temperature on Earth over the past few decades has been growing, on average, by 0.18 degrees Celsius every 10 years
Mexico City wins WWF’s One Planet City Challenge over its actions to fight climate change
Over 250 cities around the world competed for the environmental recognition granted by the WWF
Mexico’s energy policy returns to the 70s dependence on oil
Mexico’s energy policy is betting in hydrocarbons as if history had returned to the 1970s years of great discoveries and high oil prices
The largest ozone hole over the Arctic has closed
The Antarctic ozone hole is mainly caused by human-made chemicals including chlorine and bromine that migrate into the stratosphere
Mexico’s craddle of corn is threatened by climate change
In recent years, more frequent and longer droughts have forced Mexican farmers to give up corn and other cereals in favor of alternatives requiring less water
Australia fires: Countless species on the verge of extinction
Huge wildfires have razed more than 11.2 million hectares, nearly half the area of the United Kingdom, destroying or severely damaging the habitats of several native animals
Mexico’s glaciers are threatened by climate change
With the rise of temperature related to global warming, mountain tops no longer have the necessary conditions to regenerate glaciers
Is climate change to blame for the Venice floods?
Climate change could endanger one of the world's most beautiful cities
Ride, Greta, Ride
But please do not despair in your quest. Ignore those relentless attacks from fool adults.
The environmental impact of the Maya civilization
Due to the agricultural systems they used, the Maya could have had a direct impact in the emission greenhouse gases into the air