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Solar storm swept away cosmic rays reaching the atmosphere

The stratosphere, at an average of 12 to 50 kilometers high, is where the greatest amount of cosmic rays that surround the Earth are concentrated, guilty of ionizing radiation that is capable of damaging electronic circuits and affects health. On July 16, the Sun launched into space at full speed a CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) and this mass composed of plasma or electrically charged ionized particles collided violently with the Earth's magnetic field, from where it slid towards the high or polar latitudes Earth generating geomagnetic storms and brightly colored auroras for two days.
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Amazon deforestation exacerbates energy crisis in Brazil

By Mario Osava Two-thirds of Brazilian electricity comes from dammed rivers, whose flows fell to alarming levels. The crisis reactivated concerns about climate change, the need to reforest riverbanks and new theses on the electricity system. sources and reduce dependence on hydroelectric and thermoelectric plants powered by fossil fuels, to face increasingly frequent extreme weather events, ”Delcio Rodrigues, vice president of the non-governmental Vitae Civilis Institute, told Tierramérica.
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Environmental Education as Transversal Content

Por Lic. Diana Durán El compromiso institucional de la educación ambiental supone también el desarrollo de una capacidad de crítica constructiva que lleve a la comunidad educativa a reveer sus propias acciones en pos de una convivencia armónica con el ambiente. Muchos debates se han suscitado a raíz de la definición de contenidos transversales en la escuela.
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Costs of the trade-environment relationship: capital crisis and genesis of a global antinomy

By Walter Chamochumbi Critics of the trade-environment relationship are based on the argument that a phenomenon called the "displacement effect" occurs, which is especially detrimental to poor southern countries, where there are mostly weak environmental regulations, because they are they displace the highly polluting industries of the developed countries of the north where there are strong environmental regulations.
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This is what the Perseid Meteor Shower looked like

By Jareen Imam A moonless night allowed space watchers a light show early Thursday morning.The Perseid meteor shower, known to be one of the brightest, occurs near the end of summer and is seen from the northern hemisphere. They can be seen from July 13 to August 26 but their point of greatest visibility occurred between Wednesday night and early Thursday morning, according to the American Meteor Society, a nonprofit scientific organization that supports the research. astronomical.
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Products to mitigate the environmental impact of technology

By Santiago la Rotta A new edition of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) began in Barcelona, ​​one of the most relevant technology events of the year and which, as its name indicates, groups solutions and products for mobile environments. Typically, the MWC serves as showcase to highlight the innovation that happens in the mobile sector, which, as with the rest of technology, follows a route in which more is usually a synonym for better.
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