Researcher warns of the factors that may have influenced the current drop in rainfall patterns in Southeast Brazil, as the destruction of the Amazon rainforest and global warming, and requires change in the position of Brazil in relation to environmental issues .
Research shows that forest helps to combat global warming. While living trees absorb CO2, dead trees emit this gas.
The Amazon rain forest’s dry season lasts three weeks longer than it did 30 years ago, and the likely culprit is global warming.
Slopes detached in the Amazon River to the ocean carry large amount of organic material and CO2, influencing global warming.
Tropical forests may be less sensitive to global warming than previously thought, argues a new study published in Nature Geoscience.
Recurrent droughts and storms kill and damage trees, causing effects that can linger for years: the effects of global warming.