Americas, USA, World
Global Warming and Climate Change, often cited, rarely comprehended. It is a hard topic to talk about nowadays, with rising resentments against the very well documented fact that our earth is indeed changing its climate. It surely doesn’t help having a President in the White House that doesn’t believe in anything he cannot understand – so let’s make an effort. Let’s get to the bottom of Global Warming. Are you ready Donald?
Asia-Pacific, North Korea, Human Rights
After long months of cold weather, chunky coats, and gloomy days, summer is finally here! Whether it is for the stunning sunshine enlightening our longer days or the golden tans we get, while enjoying the best outdoor activities, we all love summer. Vacations are being planned all over the world, but are people taking into account the consequences of being out in the sun all day? Read more
Americas, Science & Tech
North Korea has been the focus of attention on this planet from the day when Korea split into the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea and the Republic of Korea (South Korea). This is because of discontent, harsh relations and a highly militarized disdain that both countries have for each other. Now severe floods can be added to the list of concerns for North Korea.
An El Niño is a temporary change in the climate of the Pacific Ocean, in the region around the equator. You can see its effects in the ocean and atmosphere, generally in the Northern Hemisphere winter. Typically, the water surface is heats up by a few degrees Celsius. At the same time, the area where violent storms occur at the equator moves eastward. Although those could seem like small differences, it may nevertheless have a major impact on the global climate.