The effects of marine heatwaves are more intense between 50 and 250 metres than in the most superficial waters, concluded researchers from the University of Algarve, warning that this poses a greater risk to biodiversity.
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The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has declared that humanity does not need "more warnings" about climate change, as "the dystopian future has already arrived," and called for "urgent action" to address it.
On a day when Europe is once again breaking temperature records, political party PAN - People, Animals, and Nature has declared its stance on climate change.
The President of the Regional Government of Madeira, Miguel Albuquerque, will tomorrow at 11:30 am visit the construction works of the Lombo do Urzal Lifting Station, in Boaventura.
On Tuesday, the 23rd of August, the Ribeira Brava Beach became centre stage for the new Águas e Resíduos da Madeira, S.A. (ARM), water saving campaign, 'Save every drop of your island – Water is Life.’
Heat waves similar to the one affecting western Europe, which hit Portugal last week, will be increasingly frequent and intense until at at least 2060, opined the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) today.
A report released by the American Meteorological Society, which assesses climatic changes in 60 countries, based on the data received from approximately 530 scientists, reveals that several climate indicators, such as greenhouse gases, sea levels and temperatures hit record heights in 2020.