Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

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Plant extinctions have skyrocketed, driven in large part by land clearing and climate change. Graphic Node/Unsplash

Plants are going extinct up to 350 times faster than the historical norm

Human-driven land clearing and climate change are sending plants extinct at a rapid rate, risking a devastating biodiversity crash.
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Así se ha convertido la trashumancia en una pieza fundamental de los ecosistemas

Los movimientos de ganado contribuyen a la mitigación de incendios forestales, a la dispersión de semillas y a la conservación de polinizadores y otros insectos de gran valor ecológico.
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¿Me puedo fiar de Wikipedia?

Wikipedia es el mayor compendio de conocimiento de la historia de la humanidad accesible libremente. ¿Cómo se controla la calidad de su contenido? ¿Es de fiar? ¿Quién vela por su rigor?
Una de las reivindicaciones del movimiento 15-M fue la mejora de la calidad del empleo. Flickr

Así es hoy el mercado laboral: Seis preguntas y sus respuestas

Nuestra fuerte tasa de paro, 15,28%, no es sólo producto de la crisis. De forma estructural o permanente en el tiempo, España sistemáticamente posee un desempleo más elevado que sus socios europeos.
The world’s driest areas are tipped to get even drier, with potentially worrying implications for soil productivity.

If the world’s soils keep drying out that’s bad news for microbes (and people)

The world's 'drylands' – already home to 38% of the world's people – are set to dry out even more. And that could harm the soil microbes that keep soils healthy and help crops to grow.

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