Eye on the Climate
This Spanish language web site provides news and information for people in Costa Rica and Latin America. Here we have translated the introductory paragraphs about their site.
Eye on the climate tries to make climate change easier to understand. Born from the Weekly University of Costa Rica with the mission of providing costa rican and Latin American public with the best scientific and news information about the changes that the Earth experiences, its causes and the solutions within our reach.
Our scientific content is mostly taken from the Fifth Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the scientific body that investigates the issue from the United Nations, but we also include local and regional research, and the platform provides a space for new regional voices.
The FAQ’s are a good place to start in getting to know this site, if you want news about Latin American climate issues. If you want to post articles from their page, they publish under a free license. You are welcome to use their material for non-commercial purposes, as long as you credit them with a link to the cited article.
FAQ: What is global warming?
Global warming usually refers to global warming in the long run. The global temperature shows a clear increase since the late 19th century, with greater intensity from 1970; Earth has undergone a warming of its atmosphere and oceans, causing chain reactions across the planet. This wide range of changes occurring globally is known as climate change.
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