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Boletim Financeiro Verde 9

Notícias sobre o Mundo Financeiro Verde: 20/10/2023 - 13/11/2023


Siblings Serafina and Keanan pose side by side on a bed underwater off the coast of Fiji in photographer Nick Brandt’s series “SINK / RISE.”

Siblings Serafina and Keanan pose side by side on a bed underwater off the coast of Fiji in photographer Nick Brandt’s series “SINK / RISE.”


1) These haunting underwater photos portray climate change in a new way


A series of images in “SINK / RISE,” the latest project from fine art photographer Nick Brandt. The photos feature South Pacific islanders representing people who are on the brink of losing their homes, lands and livelihoods due to climate change.


Fonte: CNN

Por: Photographs by Nick Brandt; Story by Catherine E. Shoichet

Data: 4 de Novembro, 2023




2) What the history of energy tells us about the age of renewables


The transition to using coal and water power can give us some clues about how the switch to clean energy could play out.


Fonte: NESTA

Por: Andrew Sissons and Anton Howes

Data: 24 de Outubro, 2023




3) Amazon drought sparks fears of climate tipping points


Unprecedented dry spell plunges residents into crisis and highlights threats to rainforest’s role as carbon sink


Fonte: Financial Times

Por: Bryan Harris in Manaus and Steve Bernard and Chris Campbell in London

Data: 6 de Novembro, 2023




4) ‘Loss and damage’ deal struck to help countries worst hit by climate crisis

Governments draw up blueprint for fund to be administered at first by World Bank after tense Abu Dhabi talks


Fonte: The Guardian

Por: Fiona Harvey

Data: 5 de Novembro, 2023




5) Como os problemas na Amazônia afetam - e muito - a imagem do Brasil no exterior


Apesar do otimismo gerado entre ambientalistas após a eleição de Lula, o momento atual ainda é crítico para a imagem do país em relação à sua política ambiental


Fonte: Um Só Planeta

Por: Daniel Buarque*

Data: 7 de Novembro, 2023




6) Seagrass decline poses issues for carbon storage projects


Climate change is an ever-pressing concern, with innovative ways to remove excess carbon from the atmosphere a continued focus of scientists. One such carbon sequestration method turns to an unlikely sink—seagrass—a marine flowering plant (angiosperm) that is found in shallow coastal waters up to 50m depth on all continents except Antarctica.


Fonte: Phys.org

Por: Hannah Bird

Data: 8 de Novembro, 2023




7) Quem são os desmatadores do Amazonas?


A DESTRUIÇÃO DA FLORESTA por agropecuaristas na região metropolitana de Manaus ao longo de décadas é uma das explicações para a fumaça que cobriu a cidade desde outubro, segundo o Ibama. Um levantamento realizado pelo Intercept com base em relatórios do órgão e do Instituto de Proteção Ambiental do Amazonas revela agora os nomes de alguns dos desmatadores que contribuíram para o fumaceiro.


Fonte: Amazônia Real

Por: Paulo Schueler Por Nayara Felizardo, Intercept Brasil

Data: 7 de Novembro, 2023




8) 'Uncharted territory': climate scientists sound alarm over Earth's vital signs

Data shows 20 of 35 planetary indicators are at record extremes. This year has likely seen the hottest temperatures for 100,000 years. A global team of scientists, including Dr Thomas Newsome from Faculty of Science, has laid out the numbers.


Fonte: The University of Sidney

Data: 25 de Outubro




9) The 2023 state of the climate report: Entering uncharted territory


Life on planet Earth is under siege. We are now in an uncharted territory. For several decades, scientists have consistently warned of a future marked by extreme climatic conditions because of escalating global temperatures caused by ongoing human activities that release harmful greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere. Unfortunately, time is up. We are seeing the manifestation of those predictions as an alarming and unprecedented succession of climate records are broken, causing profoundly distressing scenes of suffering to unfold. We are entering an unfamiliar domain regarding our climate crisis, a situation no one has ever witnessed firsthand in the history of humanity.


Fonte: BioScience - Oxford University

Por: William J Ripple, Christopher Wolf, Jillian W Gregg, Johan Rockström, Thomas M Newsome, Beverly E Law, Luiz Marques, Timothy M Lenton, Chi Xu, Saleemul Huq ... Show more

Data: 24 de Outubro, 2023




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