200m from the beach / beach service. 08 / 02q / 02ban / beautiful view / 62m² / 'Gay-friendly'
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
boa localização, estrutura e condminio.
Excelente estado de conservação.
Imóvel em ótimo estado de conservação. Proprietária bastante atenciosa.
A locação foi satisfatória, gostamos muito!
O apartamento é exatamente como descrito, muito bem conservado e com uma ampla gama de utensílios domésticos (não faltou nada) jogos e livros, além disso podemos agendar o uso da churrasqueira. Atendeu nossa necessidade.
Sugestão ao condomínio: Dispor uma área para colocar prancha de surf (afinal é praia!), tivemos muito trabalho para subir e descer com elas todas as vezes que íamos e voltávamos da praia.
Recomendo este imóvel e alugaria novamente.
Michelle, Marcelo, Karina, Adriano.
"The oceans are among our most precious resources for life, but they are constantly being harassed as if their importance were few. As if we could treat them anyway - and then expect q. there are no consequences. The truth is q. the oceans are experiencing serious problems, most of them caused by man. Here are a few of them.
1. Excessive fishing destroys ocean life
Excessive fishing not only accelerates the killing of the species caught, as all other marine animals q. depend on it to survive. It has been demonstrated q. over fishing can lead animals to starve, once q. we are removing the food in such a large proportion q. gives no chance of salvation. It is estimated that q. most seas need long-term fishing bans, so q. certain species can recover.
In addition, certain fishing methods - such as trawling - destroy habitats and kill animals q. are not then used for consumption or any other purpose.
2. Disappearance of major predators
Overfishing also affects sharks. Tens of millions are killed each year, mainly by their fins. It is a common practice - and macabre - to hunt the sharks, cut off their fins and throw them back into the sea, where they are left to die.
The reproduction rates of these predators are slow, for q. the numbers of deaths can hardly be reversed. In addition, this animal helps regulate populations of other species. When an important predator disappears from the cycle, it is normal q. the species further down the food chain begin to overpopulate their habitat, creating a destructive spiral in the ecosystem. Sharks are key to q. there is balance.
3. Acidification of the oceans
The sea absorbs CO2 through natural processes, but at the rate of q. we are emitting into the atmosphere, through the combustion of fossil fuels, the PH balance of the ocean is falling to a point q. marine life can not cope.
The current ocean acidification is the fastest ever seen in Earth's history - we have to go back 35 million years to find equivalent values. This means q. many species will disappear, from crustaceans to coral and fish q. depend on them.
4. Death of coral reefs
Keeping coral reefs healthy is the big challenge q. follows, already q. they support an enormous amount of marine life which, in turn, supports others and even humans - not only for food needs but also economically.
Global warming is the main cause of coral bleaching, but there are other reasons as well. Discovering ways to protect this valuable system is a must for the overall health of the oceans.
5. Dead ocean areas are growing
The dead zones are regions of the ocean q. do not support life due to lack of oxygen. Global warming is the main suspect behind the changes in ocean behavior q. these areas. The number of dead zones is growing at an alarming rate, with more than 400 already known, with q. this number is expected to increase. Reduce or eliminate the use of fertilizers and pesticides q. end in the ocean also helps avoid this phenomenon.
6. Mercury pollution from coal
One of the most scary pollutants in the sea is mercury because it ends up on our dining table - and it is predicted that. the levels of mercury in the oceans increase. It derives mainly from coal-fired plants. Mercury is absorbed by organisms from the lower part of the food chain and, since q. the larger fish eat the smaller ones, the mercury travels in the natural cycle until it reaches us, mainly in the form of tuna.
Looking at the seas, there is no escape in the q. relates to human waste, especially garbage q. does not have the ability to decompose, like plastic. This is a huge cause of death among animals and it is up to each of us to counteract it. "
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"The Oceans in Peril"
Oceans face "shocking" decline.
New report reveals unprecedented situation in the history of mankind.
The report recommends an end to intensive fishing.
"The pressures exerted on the ocean, such as rising temperatures or overfishing, have led to a" shocking "decline, marked by symptoms that predate mass extinctions.
The alert was made in a report by researchers from the International Program on the State of the Oceans, q. indicates q. marine ecosystems face even greater dangers. those estimated so far by scientists and q. run the risk of entering a phase of extinction of species unprecedented in the history of mankind. In this work, the panel of experts warned q. factors such as intensive fishing, pollution and climate change are acting in a joint manner q. had not been anticipated. "
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