Climate Change

Climate Change is the global variation of the Earth’s climate. This variation is due to natural causes and the action of man and occurs on all climatic parameters: temperature, precipitation, cloud cover, etc., at very different time scales.

Garbage and solid urban waste

They are those residues, garbage, waste or waste that are generated in urban centers or in their areas of influence. Solid urban waste is made up of organic waste (food, surplus food), cardboard, paper, and in general inorganic materials such as glass and plastic.

The air pollution

Air pollution is considered to be any substance, introduced into the atmosphere by people, that has a detrimental effect on living beings and the environment.

Light pollution

Light pollution is the excess of artificial light that illuminates the exterior and interior of our towns and cities at night.

Pollution of beaches, seas and oceans

It is the pollution that affects the seas and oceans, from the surf zone to the open sea. It includes that produced on the coasts, in ports, on fishing platforms, in industry, in shipping and in maritime areas.

The disappearance of plant and animal species

The main responsible for this serious threat are the use of the land and the direct use of resources. In addition, climate change, pollution and invasive species, whose impact is increasing, are also relevant.

The destruction of the ozone layer

The destruction or thinning of the ozone layer is the decrease in the amount of ozone in the earth’s stratosphere. It is produced, mainly, by the release of chlorine and bromine atoms, which are the ones that destroy ozone.