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Entries with Keyword Global Warming

With the current political and economic downfall that has been haunting Argentina this year, the issue of climate change doesn’t appear to be at the top of priority list for most of its citizens. Yet, after this year’s fierce floods

If you felt like this winter in Buenos Aires didn’t feel like winter at all, you’re not alone. In fact, it had the warmest temperature since the National Weather Service (SMN) started measuring temperatures in the city in 1904.

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Without having to stop producing, big cities are now forced to curb the consequences of the global economic system and climate change. Green infrastructures are an alternative to traditional construction designs. They help our increasingly and excessively industrialized planet

Due to a lack of snow, Argentine ski resorts in the provinces of Neuquén and Río Negro have been forced to delay their season openings. With winter break just a short two weeks away, the resorts are especially worried about …

Nearly the entire coastal and southern portions of the City of Buenos Aires could be completely underwater by 2100 if greenhouse gas emissions continue at their current rate, according to a report and interactive map published by Climate Central.

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Remember the beachgoers who died last January in Villa Gesell after being struck by lightning during a summer storm?

Well, earlier today the Buenos Aires provincial government confirmed a measure to which will put up black flags on the province’s …

Last month in the Néstor Kirchner Conference Room at the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development, activists and officials waited patiently to hear how the government, with the help of the United Nations and the Economic Commission for Latin America …