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Solar Impulse completes historic round-the-world trip
The first round-the-world solar powered flight has been completed, after the Solar Impulse aircraft touched down in Abu Dhabi.
El avión solar Impulse II completa una vuelta al mundo histórica
Han sido exactamente 505 días. Son los que ha necesitado el avión Solar Impulse II para dar la vuelta al mundo en un reto que comenzó el 9 de marzo de 2015 en Abu Dabi y que finalmente ha culminado con el aterrizaje de la aeronave en el emirato casi un año y medio después.
El Mundo
Le Solar Impulse II clôt son tour du monde sans carburant
L'avion solaire Solar Impulse II a bouclé mardi son tour du monde sans carburant en se posant à Abou Dhabi, son point de départ, après 16 mois de
Clean Development Mechanism Model for Climate Action on the Ground
As countries strive to increase action on the ground to address climate change, they can draw on the success of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), said the United Nations’ top climate change official, Patricia Espinosa.
Weather disasters raise conflict risk in multi-ethnic nations: study
Multi-ethnic nations are vulnerable to armed conflicts after weather disasters such as heatwaves and droughts in a trend that could worsen with global warming, scientists said on Monday.
A world map of subsidies for renewable energy and fossil fuels
The extent to which fossil fuels and renewable energy sources enjoy public support through subsidy has become a highly charged subject in continuing discussions about how to curb climate change.
Financial Times
ONU revisará afectos de Cambio Climático en Honduras
Para evaluar el impacto y la respuesta de los efectos de El Niño y el Cambio Climático en Honduras, la Organización de las Naciones Unidas (ONU), enviará a la experta Mary Robinson a estudiar el fenómeno en Honduras.
El Tiempo
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