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lunes, 30 de noviembre de 2015

 

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The word Himalaya means “home of snow”.
The Himalayas are located in southern Asia among India, Nepal, Pakistan, Tibet and Bhutan and they are the highest in the world; fourteen of them are over 8,000 metres high, for example Annapurna, Nanga Parbat, the K2 or Mount Everest (the highest). 
 
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They are between 100 and 250 kilometres wide and they extend over 1,500 miles (2,400 km). Glaciers and permanent snow cover the higher regions of the Himalayas.
The mountain range forms a barrier for monsoon winds that blow from the Indian Ocean over India, in fact, on the front side it rains a lot while dry air blows across the Tibet. Trees grow up to a height of 4,000 metres. 
Many Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims go there and pray to God because they think the summits are sacred. 

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lunes, 30 de noviembre de 2015

 

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From today, November 30 to December 11 the governments of more than one hundred nations are meeting in Paris to discuss a possible new global agreement on climate change, aimed at avoiding the danger of climate change and reducing global greenhouse gas emissions. 

For a long time people on our planet didn't think a lot about this serious problem. The situation changed when we  have started using more and more oil, gas and coal and then we let carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and we have also cut down many forests, so the problem grows and grows because trees use carbon dioxide when they feed (photosynthesis) then, fewer trees means that less carbon dioxide is taken out of the atmosphere.

Earth hopes a solution... and it is our decision. 

Save it together!!
 
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