Definitely, global warming is taking on the taxes they owed him a long time: the expensive price of mistreatment of nature. In cases occur worldwide extraordinarily incredible disappearing glaciers, rising level of water in the ocean, changes in temperature, the extinction of many animals, examples that could well be the prediction of the movie "The Day After Tomorrow "(" The Day After Tomorrow "). Peru is no exception. We are experiencing climate change on a large scale, and support my statement with the disappearance of the famous snowy Pastoruri, located in the department of Ancash, north of Lima. It hurts a lot not being able to appreciate this natural monument when it was at its maximum splendor, when he was an important source of tourism in Peru. At present, there are remnants of ice and frost that are gradually melting. In the picture you can see the decline of the peak Pastoruri at an interval of 6 years. (2001 to 2007). Just as the Pastoruri, Mount Huascaran also suffering the ravages of nature and can have the same fate as the earlier mentioned. In truth, I am very sorry, but this is no time to mourn and mourn, but to take concrete action to avoid other snowcaps that of Peru and the world falling to pieces. They can publish their proposals and all are welcome.
Graphic: "El fondo del vaso"