the stakes are serious but it's never too late it's been nine years since we feel #global warming in all It's Paul from #north to #south to #east to #west to south from Europe to Portugal from forests are devastated by fire north to Iceland #icebergs their level #decreases more and more rapidly which makes the sea level rise from the ocean 🌊
by these facts lands that are swallowed up at sea level like Côte d'Ivoire in Africa global warming and a very #serious #situation today in 2019 the Californian is devastated by the fearsome fires all #accelerated Time a big global crisis happens you have to know , migration flows happen in all continents especially at the level of Europe by the drought that falls in Africa and on the side of Latin America also the Amazon #Forest are slaughtered toxic products are thrown to the #mother . more and more #pollen #allergy are getting more severe asthma attacks with ticks that affect children's heart problem , #DescriptionChange in #climate, or climate change, is a lasting #modification of the #statistical parameters of the global climate of the #Earth or its various regional climates. the animal #kingdom is out of order , more and more bees dying from lack of #nectar The decline of some #animals that disappears more and more and very quickly it's a very serious phenomenon @artefr Research published in the "acts" of the National Academy of Science supports these results. The document in question emphasizes the relationship between the strong increase in heat and the extinction of several arthropods.
For information, this branch consists of insects, centipedes and spiders. The threat to insects should not be taken lightly, knowing that they play a significant role in biodiversity. A great tumble in four decades the latest survey of arthropod biomass dates from 1970.
In those days, the researchers concentrated mainly on the tropical forests of the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico. This year, another team carried out the same research with the same techniques, except that the results are more than alarming. The researchers evoke several causes that can lead to the disappearance of arthropods, specifically insects. One of the most ❌