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Ue: Commissione, a Italia, Romania e Austria, 293,5 milioni di euro di aiuti per calamita' 2018 (4)

Wed, 15 May 2019 15:34:00 +0200agenzianova (it)

Bruxelles, 15 mag 15:19 - (Agenzia Nova) - Il Fondo di solidarietà dell'Unione europea (Fsue) è stato creato dopo le gravi inondazioni nell'Europa centrale nell'estate del 2002. Da allora, è intervenuto a seguito di 84 disastri che coprivano una serie di diversi eventi catastrofici tra cui....

New climate change report: 2018 was fourth warmest year on record

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 15:39:00 +0100eastbaytimes (en)

OSLO, Feb 6 (Reuters) – Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a U.N. report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India.

GROUNDBAKING Next 5 years 'to be hottest EVER with droughts, hurricanes' in global heatwave

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 13:02:00 +0100thesun (en)

Wind-blasted palm trees caught on camera during a Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Florida in October 2018. Due to a global heatwave, experts have said the next five years could be the hottest on record. Average global surface temperatures for 2019 to 2023 are forecast to be between 1.03C and 1.

Last year was fourth hottest on record: outlook sizzling-UN

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 12:21:00 +0100in-cyprus (en)

Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India. Record levels of man-made greenhouse gas emissions, mainly from burning fossil fuels, trap ever more heat. Average global surface temperatures were 1.0 degree Celsius (1.8 Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial times in 2018, the U.

GROUND-BAKING Next 5 years to be hottest EVER with droughts & hurricanes in global heatwave

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 12:04:00 +0100thesun (en)

Palm trees are seen during a Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Florida in October 2018. Due to a global heatwave, experts have said the next five years could be the hottest on record. Average global surface temperatures for 2019 to 2023 are forecast to be between 1.03C and 1.

2018 Was the Fourth Warmest Year on Record With Kerala and California at the Receiving End

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 06:49:00 +0100news18 (en)

Oslo (Norway): Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a UN report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala.

Climate change: Experts predict five-year global heatwave and more weather disasters

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 04:58:00 +0100piratefm (en)

The next five years could be the hottest the world has seen, leading to more extreme weather events, meteorologists have warned. The Met Office has forecast the average temperature between now and 2023 will be somewhere between 14.73C and 15.27C (58.51F and 59.49F), making them hotter than the last four years.

Last year was fourth hottest on record, outlook sizzling

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 04:50:00 +0100reuters-uk (en)

Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India. Record levels of man-made greenhouse gas emissions, mainly from burning fossil fuels, trap ever more heat. Average global surface temperatures were 1.0 degree Celsius (1.8 Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial times in 2018, the U.

Last year was fourth hottest on record: outlook sizzling - U.N.

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 04:43:00 +0100reuters (en)

Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India. Record levels of man-made greenhouse gas emissions, mainly from burning fossil fuels, trap ever more heat. Average global surface temperatures were 1.0 degree Celsius (1.8 Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial times in 2018, the U.

Last year was fourth hottest on record, outlook sizzling — UN

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 04:11:00 +0100saudigazette (en)

OSLO — Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a UN report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India.

Climate change: Experts predict five-year global heatwave and more weather disasters

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 00:57:00 +0100heart (en)

. 6 February 2019, 21:50 | Updated: 6 February 2019, 22:47 The next five years could be the hottest the world has seen, leading to more extreme weather events, meteorologists have warned. The Met Office has forecast the average temperature between now and 2023 will be somewhere between 14.73C and 15.

Five-year global heatwave coming, scientists say

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 23:55:00 +0100skynews (en)

The next five years could be the hottest the world has seen, leading to more extreme weather events, meteorologists have warned. The Met Office has forecast the average temperature between now and 2023 will be somewhere between 14.73C and 15.27C (58.51F and 59.49F), making them hotter than the last four years.

Last year was fourth hottest on record: outlook sizzling

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 22:57:00 +0100cyprus-mail (en)

Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a U.N. report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India.

Last year was fourth hottest on record: outlook sizzling - UN

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 21:57:00 +0100eyewitness-news (en)

OSLO - Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a UN report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India.

Last year 4th warmest on record, world may breach 1.5C by 2030: UN report

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 21:47:00 +0100business-standard (en)

Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a UN report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India.

Last Year Was Fourth Hottest on Record: Outlook Sizzling: UN

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 19:38:00 +0100voanews (en)

OSLO — Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a U.N. report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India.

NASA report shows global temperature trends continuing to rise: ‘It’s a worrying sign’

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 19:24:00 +0100cknw (en)

Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a U.N. report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India.

NASA report shows global temperature trends continuing to rise: ‘It’s a worrying sign’

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 18:55:00 +0100globalnews (en)

Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a U.N. report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India.

Last year was fourth hottest on record: outlook sizzling

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 18:43:00 +0100trust (en)

Average global surface temperatures were 1 degree Celsius above pre-industrial times in 2018, the World Meteorological Organization said. * 2018 temperatures were 1C above pre-industrial times. * Twenty warmest years all in the last 22 - WMO. * Temperatures set to climb as greenhouse gases build up. By Alister Doyle, Environment Correspondent.

2018 was fourth hottest year on record: UN report

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 18:19:00 +0100HindustanTimes (en)

Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a UN report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala.

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