The Netherlands will have the first solar power plant in the sea

This country hopes to have the plant ready in 3 years, which can generate up to 15% more energy than other panels

'Ring of Fire': Why do experts fear a catastrophe?

Could the recent seismic activity in the area be the announcement of a major earthquake?

Mexico: Is it legal to exploit protected areas?

182 natural reserves would be at risk of being destroyed to commodify their resources

Colombia will run for its forests

The green run will be held on February 18 and April 15 in Bogota and Medellin, respectively

Bolivian water frog is looking for its Juliet

Animal protection organizations uploaded Romeo's profile to a dating site in the hopes to prevent the species from becoming extinct

Crops resistant to changes in climate?

A recent study says that these crops are a near possibility

Birds in Bogotá: One more reason for preservation

The capital is considered as the city with the highest number of species with approximately 200 registered

The ozone layer is not safe

According to the Federal Polytechnic Institute of Zurich, despite the recovery of ozone at the poles, the tropics continue to weaken

Fernando Truijillo works at the Amazon River

“We are making deserts of water”: Fernando Trujillo

The premier of the documentary "A River Below" has set off alarms about the current situation in the Amazon

Amazon biospheres: a new way to build in cities

In these offices the employees work with natural light, between streams, bushes and, next to the corpse flower

Cape Town: What is living on the verge of running out of water like?

Latin American Post spoke with a Latino living in the South African city about what it is like to live with the risk of running out of the precious liquid

Whales and sharks: victims of microplastic

A study revealed that these animals that filter the water to feed are being affected by small plastic particles

A world without polar bears?

A new study reveals that these animals are losing more and more body mass

The Mexican axolotl: why is this amphibian unique?

Although it is in critical danger of extinction, it has the largest genome that has been able to sequence up to now, approximately 10 times larger than that of humans

Chile: evolving in clean energy?

Since 2004, the South American country has been creating a path for renewable energies through the evolution of policies

Climate change can affect ancient Egyptian treasures

The Environmental office of the United Nations warned on the danger of this threat and assured that the population growth is also a risk for the archaeological sites

Bolivia: under pressure due to floods and overflows

According to official reports, more than 50,000 people can now be considered victims

Gas: a broken bridge between coal and green energies

Everything indicates that renewable energies will dominate before the thought

Why did Norway say no to traditional planes?

By 2040, the Nordic country is planning to use only electric planes

Winter Olympics: at risk due to climate change?

More than half of the previous host cities of the Winter Olympics could register temperatures in 2050 too hot to host the games again

Germany: Car exhaust tests on humans and monkeys

"These tests […] cannot be justified ethically in any way”, stated Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman, Steffen Seibert

Climate Change is affecting bird size

A recent study revealed that the high temperatures is causing changes in these animals


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