August 04, 2017

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Central America Cutaneous effects, which can manifest itself in the form of cancers, sunburn or dermatoses; and the eye: conjunctiva, cornea and conjunctiva, cancer cataracts as well as degeneration macular. Adds us/Spanish, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) carried out jointly with the World Health Organization a call to action to mitigate the impacts of phenomena ranging from hurricanes and floods to shortages in water and food. Climate change is already affecting the health of people in countries around the world, and the consensus is that these effects will only intensify, is worrying the as many Governments have not considered seriously as confront all those actions that will accelerate climate change, allowing many countries, including those that concern us with regard to the Latin American continent actions that come to deteriorate the environment and contributing to the acceleration of climate changeso it is known that deforestation in tropical areas of Latin America is one of the most serious environmental disasters in the region. Latin America is currently responsible for 4.3% of greenhouse gas emissions. Of these, 48.3% are the result of deforestation and changes in land use. For 2010 the areas of forests in South and Central America will be reduced by 18 million hectares (Mha) and 1.2 Mha, respectively. These areas will be used for pastures and the expansion of livestock production indicates ircamericas.org, than if the deforestation of the Brazilian Amazon continues the step during the 2002-2003 period (2.3 Mha per year) indefinitely, then 100 Mha of the forest (around 25% of the original forest) will be gone by the year 2020, and already by 2050 (if we have a scenario unchanged) 269.8 Mha have been deforested. Using simulation models, estimates for the Brazilian Amazon in the worst-case scenario, by 2050 projected deforestation trend will eliminate 40% of the 540...