May 11 2016

Region North

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and China. The result is that the strong pendency of Overheating that can impactar the food production negative, as well as stimulating the biggest occurrence of natural disasters is lived. being valid of recent studies has an inclination of increase of 3,5 degrees in the globe temperature up to 2100. A threshold of this is the data that only present that in the first semester of this year, 17 countries had beaten records of temperatures, since that the official measurements had started to be made in middle of century 19. For the next decades the forecasts entertainers are not nothing.

For consequence of this she can have disastrous effect on the agricultural production, still, to reflect in the water availability, the biodiversity of ecosystems and the increase of the level of the sea in the whole world. The overheating can bring obtains an increase of the incidence of natural catastrophes, creating thousand of climatic refugee. As for Brazil the climatic Changes can reduce the energy generation, for the data of Regional, Urban the Bulletin and Ambient that had been divulged by the Institute of Pesquisa Econmica Aplicada (IPEA) in day 22 of September, the climatic changes will be able to provoke impacts ' ' alarmantes' ' in some Brazilian hidrogrficas basins, especially north-eastern. In the Region North the reduction of the water supplies up to 2100 would be more moderate. But, in excessively, it can have reduction of the capacity of energy generation hydroelectric plant, of 29,3% 31.5%%.

e, still, north-eastern agriculture would be the main one affected. The heating of climate would not only affect the sugar cane-of-sugar farmings. The soy plantations would suffer to reduction from 34% 30%, of maize, 15%, and of coffee, 17% 18%, with more serious aggravation in the north-eastern culture of subsistence. So soon, as the Bulletin the impact on the agricultural cultures could be contouring from genetic modifications of the products, and this passes for a consistent investment in science, technology and innovation, what it demands annual investment of R$ 1 billion in research.

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