Avoid Global Warming

Tips to avoid the first Global warming all clarify that global warming is the phenomenon of the increase in the temperature of Earth’s atmosphere and oceans in recent decades. The air pollutants accumulate in the atmosphere forming an increasingly thick layer, trapping heat from the Sun and causing the warming of the planet. The main pollutants are carbon dioxide (generated by coal-fired power generation plants) and the carbon dioxide CO2 (emitted by automobiles). Global warming is causing irreparable consequences: – the melting of glaciers – severe droughts that cause greater water scarcity; -Deforestation which increases or raises deserts; -Hurricanes, cyclones, global warming does with that evaporate more water from the oceans promoting these types of disasters; -The increase in sea levels will produce coastal flooding; -The condition of habitats such as coral reefs and forests could lead to the extinction many species plants and animals caused variations in the ecosystem. Under most conditions Learn more would agree. -Heat waves which causes the death of the elderly and children, especially in Europe; -Forests, fields and cities face new pest problem and more diseases transmitted by mosquitoes. Here some tips that will help to prevent global warming: reduce its impact on their long displacement of the CO2 produced worldwide comes from cars, trucks and airplanes.

Here are some simple things and practices to reduce their CO2 emissions emitted in their displacement. Reduce the amount of kilometres driving, using systems of mass transit, walking, bicycling or sharing vehicle: leaving manage just 16 km each week which normally handles, would eliminate approximately 227 kg of CO2 emissions per year. Use the private car only when necessary and do not use it for short journeys that can make walking. If you are going to stop the car by more than one minute it is convenient that you turn it off while Hold on. Pick up people from work or University: share your vehicle with any person who otherwise would lead his own car only twice per week will reduce their CO2 emissions in 723 kg a year.

President Congress

More than 1,500 people will participate between days 27 and 31 of this month at the international annual Congress of the European Economic Association and the Econometric Society.Economic experts come together in Malaga at end of August the Organizer is an international scientific association open to all persons whose professional work is related to the economy. Its main objectives are the contribution to the development and application of economics as a science in Europe; improving communication and exchange between teachers, researchers and students in economics from different European countries; and the development of cooperation between European universities and institutions dedicated to research. This Congress will discuss the current crisis of the euro, the unemployment situation and the labour market, the banking crisis or the so-called economy of gender. Planned participation by economists of first level in the international arena, including Professor at the University of Chicago James Heckman, who received the Nobel Prize for his development of theory and methods for analyzing selective samples in the year 2000. Official site: Lakshman Achuthan. Starting next year, Heckman will be the new President of the Econometric Society. The Professor of the Universidad Pompeu Fabra Jordi Gali, one of the most renowned specialists around the world by the analysis of monetary policy will also be present at the Congress. Gali is the current President of the European Economic Association and its successor of Professor Christopher Pissarides, who won the Nobel Prize in economy in 2010 along with the professors Peter Diamond and Dale Mortensen, for their contributions to the research of the labour market. The EEA-ESEM in Malaga International Congress has been possible after a selective process for nominations involving groups of researchers in economics from numerous European universities. For the edition of the EEA-ESEM 2012 Congress was chosen the proposal submitted in the year 2010 by a group of professors in the Department of theory and History economic of the University of Malaga, led by Professor of foundations of economic analysis, Ana Lozano Vivas. Your accommodation to attend this Congress can make it in one of the hotels in Malaga with category 4 stars superior, our Hotel Monte Malaga, which for this occasion offers rooms to attendees to this meeting. To make reservations at our hotel, simply click on the following link: book room in the HOTEL MONTE MLAGA

World Capital

Between September and November the the starting gun will be a series of actions that, promoted by the City Council of the city, the innkeepers and prestigious firms, seek to become the World Capital of the lid to the city of Seville. Thus, it is going to carry out, as a starting point, gastronomical route I in Seville, from which we will be giving account in this corporate BLOG as well as the participants who are close to our hotels in Seville.Sevilla aims to be the capital world of lid cover is an appetizer that is served in bars and that accompanies the drink: small culinary samples with lunch or dinner. Get more background information with materials from CEO John Watson. The aim of it is recognize the hospitality of the city and get the international recognition of the typical tapas hispalenses. In this way, intends to Sevilla to get this recognition by Unesco. Additional information is available at Roubini Global Economics. Participate in the contest, which will begin on 14 September and will conclude on November 24, establishments of all districts of the city. Consumers can enjoy a lid and a beer for 2.50 euros..