Plataforma sobre Adaptación al Cambio Climático en España

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climate change

Climate change is the most important threat to the earth. Even if we stabilise CO2 concentrations, the 2007 IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) assessment confirms that warming will continue for decades and sea level will continue to rise for centuries.
The tourism sector will be particularly affected by climate change, but there have been few studies specifying the impacts of climate change on tourism for a certain country. This paper considers the impacts of climate change on tourism in Spain.
Climate change may affect important environmental components of holiday destinations, which might have repercussions for tourism-dependent economies.
This report reviews the impacts of climate change for a wide range of international holiday destinations visited by UK tourists. Tourism as an industry is increasing in both volume and economic importance.
The scientific evidence is now overwhelming that climate change is a serious global threat which requires an urgent global response, and that climate change is driven by human activity.
Cambio Climático 2007 - Impacto, Adaptación y Vulnerabilidad ofrece la evaluación científica más abarcadora y actual del impacto del cambio climático, la vulnerabilidad de los entornos natural y humano y el potencial de respuesta mediante la adaptación.
Cambio Climático 2007 – Base de Ciencia Física constituye la evaluación científica más integral y actualizada del cambio climático pasado, presente y futuro.
El presente Informe de síntesis, junto con su Resumen para responsables de políticas, constituye la cuarta y última parte del Cuarto Informe de Evaluación (CIE) del Grupo Intergubernamental de Expertos sobre el Cambio Climático (IPCC) - “Cambio climático 2007”.
On October 10 2011 an underwater eruption gave rise to a novel shallow submarine volcano south of the island of El Hierro, Canary Islands, Spain. During the eruption large quantities of mantle-derived gases, solutes and heat were released into the surrounding waters.