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New tools to map flood risk will help bring disaster planning up to date

2021-10-26T15:07+0200europesun (en)

About 90% of natural disasters are water-related - most notably cyclones, floods and droughts. Since 2000, over 5,300 water-related disasters have been reported across the world, with over 325,000 fatalities and economic losses exceeding US$1.7 trillion. Floods alone account for approximately 54% of all water-related disasters.

Africa: New Tools to Map Flood Risk Will Help Bring Disaster Planning Up to Date

2021-10-26T13:12+0200allafrica (en)

About 90% of natural disasters are water-related - most notably cyclones, floods and droughts. Since 2000, over 5,300 water-related disasters have been reported across the world, with over 325,000 fatalities and economic losses exceeding US$1.7 trillion. Floods alone account for approximately 54% of all water-related disasters.

New tools to map flood risk will help bring disaster planning up to date

2021-10-26T12:29+0200reliefWeb (en)

Author: Hamid Mehmood - Senior Researcher, United Nations University. Disclosure statement Hamid Mehmood does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment.

New tools to map flood risk will help bring disaster planning up to date

2021-10-26T11:48+0200longbeachstar (en)

About 90% of natural disasters are water-related - most notably cyclones, floods and droughts. Since 2000, over 5,300 water-related disasters have been reported across the world, with over 325,000 fatalities and economic losses exceeding US$1.7 trillion. Floods alone account for approximately 54% of all water-related disasters.

New tools to map flood risk will help bring disaster planning up to date

2021-10-26T11:27+0200cambodiantimes (en)

About 90% of natural disasters are water-related - most notably cyclones, floods and droughts. Since 2000, over 5,300 water-related disasters have been reported across the world, with over 325,000 fatalities and economic losses exceeding US$1.7 trillion. Floods alone account for approximately 54% of all water-related disasters.

B.C. ramping up climate plan to hit 2030 reduction targets

2021-10-25T21:39+0200globalnews (en)

British Columbia is making it more expensive to pollute and is moving away from fossil fuels in an effort to meet 2030 emission targets. The CleanBC Roadmap to 2030 lays out a framework for individuals and a wide range of industrial sectors. The province plans to accelerate its commitment to....

B.C. government to outline next steps in climate change strategy and answer questions B.C. government to outline next steps in climate change strategy and answer questions Environment 20 mins There is wide agreement among scientists that there are links between the changing climate and the frequency and severity of extreme weather events.

2021-10-25T21:13+0200cknw (en)

British Columbia is making it more expensive to pollute and is moving away from fossil fuels in an effort to meet 2030 emission targets. The CleanBC Roadmap to 2030 lays out a framework for individuals and a wide range of industrial sectors. The province plans to accelerate its commitment to....

MIL-OSI Global: New tools to map flood risk will help bring disaster planning up...

2021-10-25T15:32+0200foreignaffairs-nz (en)

– By Hamid Mehmood, Senior Researcher, United Nations University. Forecasts are key to mitigating the worst effects of floods. Vadim Petrakov/Shutterstock. About 90% of natural disasters are water-related – most notably cyclones, floods and droughts. Since 2000, over 5,300 water-related disasters....

COP26 must not fail with humanity to blame for 'out of control' climate change

2021-10-25T08:10+0200themirror (en)

With a record 54.4C in America’s Death Valley, -25C temperatures in Spain and raging fires in Greece, it’s been a year of climate disasters. Devastating heatwaves, Biblical rainfall, wildfires and other extreme climate events are now being felt around the world with increasing the frequency and ferocity.

Previsioni Meteo Inverno, la tendenza stagionale di AccuWeather: rischio alluvioni in Italia e Balcani, neve e freddo concentrati sull’Est Europa

2021-10-20T20:58+0200meteoweb (it)

L’autunno è ancora a metà strada, ma i meteorologi di AccuWeather , autorevole centro meteorologico statunitense, stanno già guardando avanti, a ciò che ci riserverà l’ inverno , e hanno appena rilasciato le loro previsioni annuali per la stagione fredda in Europa.

Prevedere il meteo estremo con i dati climatici

2021-10-20T17:26+0200euronews-it (it)

I media l’hanno definito un campanello d’allarme per l’azione per il clima. Il rapporto pubblicato il mese scorso dall’Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) è probabilmente il più importante avvertimento del mondo scientifico sugli effetti del cambiamento climatico che interesserà la maggior parte delle regioni del nostro pianeta.

This year has been the second driest in the state's history, leading to droughts and wildfires

2021-10-20T17:18+0200buzz (en)

He asked residents to redouble their water conservation efforts amid an exceptionally dry year. This summer saw wildfires rage across the state as well as other parts of the US, Canada and Southern Europe. Water wastage. The proclamation of a state-wide drought emergency allows the State Water....

Climate Change: The Worrisome Rise In Days Over 50 °C

2021-10-20T11:30+0200menafn (en)

- Costa Rica News) By TCRN STAFF October 19, 2021 6 0 Share Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Linkedin Email Must Read Environment TCRN STAFF - October 20, 2021A Huge Underground Tree of Hot Stone Is Rising Magma To The Earth's Surface Environment TCRN STAFF - October 20, 2021Climate Change: The Worrisome....

Uragani. Doppia oscillazione de La Niña che emerge nell'Oceano Pacifico (A. Martinengo)

2021-10-19T11:09+0200247libero (it)

Le temperature della superficie del mare più fresche della media lungo l'equatore sono indicative di La Nina nell'Oceano Pacifico tropicale nel settembre 2021. (NOAA Climate.gov) La Niña si è sviluppata e si estenderà per il secondo inverno consecutivo, secondo il Centro di previsione del clima....

Il ruolo del cambiamento climatico nell'alluvione in Germania e Belgio

2021-10-18T18:12+0200euronews-it (it)

È stato uno dei quattro settembre più caldi a livello globale, con temperature di 0,4 gradi Celsius sopra la media 1991-2020. Ha fatto più caldo della media in gran parte del Canada e degli Stati Uniti e in America Latina, colpita da una siccità prolungata.

Le manifestazioni delle comunità indigene negli USA, il rapporto di Climate Transparency Report, il più grande impianto eolico collettivo di Italia

2021-10-18T08:21+0200valigiablu (it)

Il round-up settimanale sul cambiamento climatico e i dati sui livelli di anidride carbonica nell'atmosfera. via Global Monitoring Laboratory, Mauna Loa USA, le manifestazioni delle comunità indigene per chiedere a Biden di non approvare più progetti di combustibili fossili.

El regreso de La Niña. Cómo afecta el clima

2021-10-16T06:35+0200notiulti (es)

Por segundo año consecutivo, el mundo se encamina hacia otro evento meteorológico de La Niña. Enfriará el oeste de Canadá, secará partes del ya ardiente y sediento oeste de EE. UU. Y aumentará la emocionante temporada de huracanes en el Atlántico. Cinco meses después del lanzamiento de La Niña en....

La espalda de La Niña. Así es como afectará el clima

2021-10-15T22:26+0200notiulti (es)

Por segundo año consecutivo, el mundo se encamina hacia un nuevo evento meteorológico de La Niña. Esto tendería a enfriar el oeste de Canadá, secaría partes de un oeste americano ya reseco y ardiente e impulsaría una ajetreada temporada de huracanes en el Atlántico.

GREEN PASS & MATERIE PRIME/ Prandini: giù l'Iva sugli alimentari o rischio caos

2021-10-13T06:25+0200ilsussidiario (it)

Il 15 ottobre è sempre più vicino e c’è il rischio che l’obbligo di green pass sul luogo di lavoro possa creare dei problemi alle imprese. In questi giorni si stanno rincorrendo molte cifre sui lavoratori non vaccinati e che dovrebbero quindi sottoporsi a tampone rapido 2-3 volte alla settimana per....

Our underwater future: Sea level rise will be striking without action, study says

2021-10-13T03:22+0200buffalonews (en)

Weather is global, meaning what is seen in an American summer is often reflected or complemented by the rest of the world. Even recurring El Nino and La Nina phenomena begin in the ocean and ripple out to affect the entire world’s weather, sometimes for years at a time.

Our underwater future: Sea level rise will be striking without action, study says

2021-10-13T03:13+0200missoulian (en)

Weather is global, meaning what is seen in an American summer is often reflected or complemented by the rest of the world. Even recurring El Nino and La Nina phenomena begin in the ocean and ripple out to affect the entire world’s weather, sometimes for years at a time.

Our underwater future: Sea level rise will be striking without action, study says

2021-10-13T03:04+0200wacotrib (en)

Weather is global, meaning what is seen in an American summer is often reflected or complemented by the rest of the world. Even recurring El Nino and La Nina phenomena begin in the ocean and ripple out to affect the entire world’s weather, sometimes for years at a time.

Climate data to play a bigger role in a more extreme world

2021-10-08T15:53+0200euronews-en (en)

The media labelled it a wake-up call for climate action. Last month, the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was possibly science’s strongest warning about the effects of climate change that will affect most regions on our planet. It seemed almost fateful.

Natural Gas Price Forecast - Natural Gas Markets Plunge to Find Buyers - FX Empire

2021-10-08T12:57+0200google-top-stories (en)

have fallen a bit during the course of the trading session on Thursday to reach down towards the $5.40 level, which is an area that has been supportive in the past and now that we have turned around the way we have, I suspect that it is only a matter of time before we go higher.

Natural Gas Price Forecast - Natural Gas Markets Plunge to Find Buyers - FX Empire

2021-10-08T11:57+0200google-top-stories-innovatie (en)

have fallen a bit during the course of the trading session on Thursday to reach down towards the $5.40 level, which is an area that has been supportive in the past and now that we have turned around the way we have, I suspect that it is only a matter of time before we go higher.

MIL-OSI New Zealand: Children to face life with more extreme weather events

2021-10-03T22:43+0200foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Te Whanganui-a-Tara – Children born recently will experience the effects of the climate crisis significantly more than their grandparents have, according to new research. Further, children who are already underprivileged – such as children with disabilities and Indigenous kids – are likely to face....

Clima, Draghi alla Pre-Cop di Milano: «Abbiamo molto da imparare» -

2021-09-30T18:44+0200tecnici24 (it)

Con la consegna ai ministri dell’Ambiente delle proposte approvate mercoledì 29 settembre, la Youth4Climate passa il testimone ai leader mondiali. La conferenza dei giovani si chiude con una serie di richieste audaci e l’appello a fare di più per fermare il surriscaldamento globale.

I bambini nati nel 2020 saranno esposti a ondate di calore estreme 7 volte più dei nonni

2021-09-29T16:51+0200fanpage (it)

A determinare questa cifra drammatica è stato un team di ricerca dell'organizzazione senza scopo di lucro “ Save The Children ” in stretta collaborazione con gli scienziati del BCLIMATE della Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), un ateneo dei Paesi Bassi con sede in Belgio.

Children born today are likely to face seven times more extreme weather events than their grandparents

2021-09-29T00:36+0200economist (en)

E xtreme weather events are becoming much more common. This year in China, ferocious floods forced more than 1m to relocate; fires ravaged Greece all summer, blotting out the sun; heatwaves killed almost 700 people in Canada and 600 in America. Meanwhile, Russia reported the largest fires in its....

Clima, i bambini nati oggi sono esposti sette volte di più dei loro nonni alle ondate di calore

2021-09-28T16:33+0200247libero (it)

In base agli attuali impegni presi dai Paesi del mondo per contenere l’innalzamento della temperatura globale, i bambini nati nel 2020 saranno esposti alle ondate di calore eccessivo in media sette volte di più rispetto ai loro nonni, con punte di 18 volte in più se si considera ad esempio il solo Afghanistan .

Clima, i bambini nati oggi sono esposti sette volte di più dei loro nonni alle ondate di calore

2021-09-28T15:54+0200ilfattoquotidiano (it)

In base agli attuali impegni presi dai Paesi del mondo per contenere l’innalzamento della temperatura globale, i bambini nati nel 2020 saranno esposti alle ondate di calore eccessivo in media sette volte di più rispetto ai loro nonni, con punte di 18 volte in più se si considera ad esempio il solo Afghanistan .

Bisogna fare presto per proteggere i bambini nati nella crisi climatica

2021-09-27T15:13+0200citynews (it)

Sono i "nati nella crisi climatica", i bambini venuti al mondo nel 2020 nel pieno della crisi legata al riscaldamento globale e che saranno esposti alle ondate di calore successivo in media sette volte di più rispetto ai loro nonni. Per proteggere il loro futuro c'è poco tempo, avverte Save the....

Bisogna fare presto per proteggere i bambini nati nella crisi climatica

2021-09-27T15:03+0200europa-today (it)

Sono i "nati nella crisi climatica", i bambini venuti al mondo nel 2020 nel pieno della crisi legata al riscaldamento globale e che saranno esposti alle ondate di calore successivo in media sette volte di più rispetto ai loro nonni. Per proteggere il loro futuro c'è poco tempo, avverte Save the....

Cambiamenti climatici: i bambini esposti a eventi estremi molto più dei nonni

2021-09-27T13:12+0200romasette (it)

«In base agli attuali impegni presi dai Paesi del mondo per contenere l’innalzamento della temperatura globale, i bambini nati nel 2020 saranno esposti alle ondate di calore eccessivo in media 7 volte di più rispetto ai loro nonni, con punte di 18 volte in più se si considera ad esempio il solo Afghanistan.

I bambini nati nel 2020 saranno esposti alle ondate di calore 7 volte di più rispetto ai loro nonni

2021-09-27T11:27+0200vita (it)

In base agli attuali impegni presi dai paesi del mondo per contenere l’innalzamento della temperatura globale, i bambini nati nel 2020 saranno esposti alle ondate di calore eccessivo in media sette volte di più rispetto ai loro nonni, con punte di 18 volte in più se si considera ad esempio il solo Afghanistan.

Ondate di calore, i bambini esposti 7 volte in più rispetto ai nonni

2021-09-27T10:38+0200italpress (it)

ROMA (ITALPRESS) – In base agli attuali impegni presi dai paesi del mondo per contenere l’innalzamento della temperatura globale, i bambini nati nel 2020 saranno esposti alle ondate di calore eccessivo in media sette volte di più rispetto ai loro nonni, con punte di 18 volte in più se si considera ad esempio il solo Afghanistan.

Ambiente Ondate di calore, i bambini esposti 7 volte in più rispetto ai nonni

2021-09-27T09:43+0200piunotizie (it)

ROMA (ITALPRESS) In base agli attuali impegni presi dai paesi del mondo per contenere l’innalzamento della temperatura globale, i bambini nati nel 2020 saranno esposti alle ondate di calore eccessivo in media sette volte di più rispetto ai loro nonni, con punte di 18 volte in più se si considera ad esempio il solo Afghanistan.

Six things we learned from the UN's stark climate change report

2021-09-23T05:56+0200itv (en)

A UN report into the climate crisis sets out a starkly bleak picture of the future of the planet if the world does not act soon - and quickly. The report provide the clearest picture yet of the effect of human activities on the climate and on weather extremes that we are all ready seeing across the....

The Climate Pledge Announces 86 New Signatories, Including Procter & Gamble, HP, and Salesforce, Signaling Their Commitment to Achieving Net ...

2021-09-20T14:39+0200zazoom-it (it)

The Climate Pledge Announces 86 New Signatories | Including Procter & Gamble | HP | and Salesforce | Signaling Their Commitment to Achieving Net ... with the tools available today, while innovating toward a greener future. Salesforce As the ... The Climate Pledge Announces 86 New Signatories,....

As wildfires rage in California, fire concerns grow in New England amid changing climate

2021-09-16T20:42+0200news-yahoo (en)

BURLINGTON, Vt. —Many New Englanders marveled at the pink smoky skies – thick with ominous haze – that blanketed the region this summer. The smoke made for rose-colored, and on some days, blazing red sunsets . People in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island stepped out of their homes and stopped on street corners to snap pictures.

Città sott’acqua, cicloni e migrazioni. Cosa ci aspetta se scompaiono i ghiacciai

2021-09-15T07:37+0200corriere (it)

I n meno di un secolo il riscaldamento globale ha alterato le caratteristiche del ciclo dell’acqua come mai accaduto negli ultimi 50 milioni di anni . Con la rivoluzione industriale e tecnologica il pianeta è entrato in una nuova era, l’antropocene: significa che gli elementi fondamentali della....

The world is now doubling the number of days above 50 ° C

2021-09-14T17:56+0200eminetra (en)

Currently, there are 26 days when the average annual temperature exceeds 50. C (Photo: Getty) The number of hot days when the temperature exceeds 50 New analysis suggests that C around the world has nearly doubled in the last two decades. High price days over 45 Studies have shown that C has also....

Gli incendi sono una gravissima minaccia per l’ambiente, un vero e proprio scempio. Durante il 2021 gli incendi hanno messo a dura prova l’ambiente e i vari terrori, un anno da record. In tutto il mondo roghi e fiamme hanno invaso i territori verdi lasciando dietro il loro passaggio soltanto terre....

2021-09-14T11:03+0200ecocentrica (it)

Gli incendi sono una gravissima minaccia per l’ambiente, un vero e proprio scempio. Durante il 2021 gli incendi hanno messo a dura prova l’ambiente e i vari terrori, un anno da record. In tutto il mondo roghi e fiamme hanno invaso i territori verdi lasciando dietro il loro passaggio soltanto terre....

Incendi, 2021 il peggiore degli ultimi 15 anni

2021-09-14T10:12+0200ambiente-tiscali-it (it)

In Turchia sono state registrate diverse centinaia di incendi nel 2021, oltre 200 soltanto nelle tre settimane tra il 20 luglio e il 10 agosto . Si segnalano anche diverse vittime tra la popolazione, almeno otto a cavallo tra luglio e agosto. Come indicato anche all’interno della mappa degli incendi....

Strage di attivisti ambientali, il 2020 l’anno peggiore di sempre

2021-09-13T14:40+0200rinnovabili (it)

Il rapporto annuale di Global Witness segna un nuovo, triste primato. Mai così tante le uccisioni dal 2012. Il 30% sono indigeni, colpiti in modo del tutto sproporzionato. E 7 attivisti su 10 lottavano contro la deforestazione. Il paese più pericoloso è la Colombia. Sono 227 gli attivisti ambientali uccisi l’anno scorso nel mondo.

Tropical Storm Nicholas to Drench Texas and Louisiana

2021-09-13T12:25+0200nytimes (en)

It has been a dizzying couple of months for meteorologists as the arrival of peak hurricane season — August through November — led to a run of named storms that formed in quick succession, bringing stormy weather, flooding and damaging winds to parts of the United States and the Caribbean. Tropical Storm Mindy hit the Florida Panhandle on Sept.

The summer of 2021 is the hottest record ever in the United States-beating the 1936 “Dust Bowl” summer

2021-09-12T20:01+0200eminetra (en)

The United States experienced a record hottest summer in 2021 and slightly exceeded the temperature experienced by the country during the infamous 1936 “Dust Bowl.” From June 1st to September 1st (weather summer), the average temperature across the United States was 74 degrees Celsius, a record average temperature of only 0.

Summer 2021 is the hottest ever on record in the US - beating 'Dust Bowl' summer of 1936

2021-09-12T19:27+0200dailymail (en)

At an average of 74 degrees from June through August, the US experienced its hottest summer on record; It was just .01 degree hotter than the infamous dustbowl summer of 1936, which saw devastating drought and dust storms across the Midwest; With the extreme heat came devastating wildfires in....

What do wildfires mean for insurers and utilities?

2021-09-07T15:28+0200greenbiz (en)

Many believe that we have entered a fiery new normal. But the "new normal" framing — the idea that we have reached a new equilibrium — is misleading. Climate change and growing numbers of people and assets in fire-prone areas mean there is little chance that wildfire risk will stabilize in the....

Hurricane Larry is set to bring dangerous surf to US east coast

2021-09-07T02:37+0200straitstimesSG (en)

NEW YORK (NYTIMES) - Hurricane Larry churned across the central Atlantic on Monday (Sept 6) and was expected to cause life-threatening surf conditions and rip currents along the East Coast of the United States later this week, according to the National Hurricane Centre.

Quale sarà la prossima eccezionale emergenza planetaria

2021-09-04T00:05+0200interris (it)

C’è qualcosa di inedito in questa estate rovente . Il termometro segna 48,8 in una cittadina della Sicilia. La fiammata africana che ha raggiunto l’Italia ha portato un record di caldo mai fino ad ora registrato in Europa . E non è soltanto una questione di gradi. Gli incendi divampano nell’Italia del Sud distruggendo ettari di vegetazione.

Lettera aperta in favore dell'eolico in Mugello, e una riflessione per i contrari

2021-09-02T18:04+0200okmugello (it)

Ho sempre seguito con attenzione, sia sulla stampa che sui siti locali e nazionali, le discussioni sull’eolico, in particolare riguardo al Mugello dove vivo, compresi ultimamente l'intervento di Tommaso Capasso, la conferenza stampa del sindaco di San Godenzoii e il discorso della senatrice Michela Montevecchi in Senatoi.

How prepared is Minnesota for other wildfires on the scale of Greenwood — or larger?

2021-09-01T00:25+0200southernminn (en)

Currently, a coalition of 429 firefighters, managed by the Eastern Area Incident Management team, is fighting to contain the fire along the south side of Hwy. 1. As of yesterday it is zero percent contained. Last night, forest officials confirmed that the fire had destroyed a number of buildings....

Forest fires a reminder of climate crisis

2021-08-30T03:35+0200chinadaily (en)

A CalFire hand crew member knocks down a hotspot on the east side of the Caldor Fire near Twin Bridges, California, on Aug 29, 2021. [Photo/Agencies] The ground is burning in vast swaths of North America, Europe and Africa, while fires are expected in Latin America and Asia over the next few weeks.

global warming involved, according to a study

2021-08-25T02:13+0200archyde (en)

For 39 international scientists gathered under the banner of the World Weather Attribution (WWA), there is no doubt: “Climate change has increased the probability, but also the intensity” deadly July floods in Germany and Belgium, said Frank Kreienkamp, ​​of the German weather service, who piloted the study, in an online presentation.

Climate crisis made this summer's deadly floods in Europe 'up to 9 times more likely'

2021-08-24T16:37+0200saudigazette (en)

BERLIN — Global warming increased the likelihood and intensity of the floods that ravaged Germany and Belgium in July, claiming more than 200 lives and causing billions of euros worth of damage, according to a study by leading world scientists released on Tuesday.

Europe's July floods made 'up to nine times more likely' by global warming, study says

2021-08-24T10:11+0200euronews-en (en)

Global warming has increased the likelihood and intensity of the floods that ravaged Germany and Belgium in July, claiming more than 200 lives and causing billions of euros worth of damage, according to a study by leading world scientists released on Tuesday.

July floods in Germany and Belgium are well linked to global warming

2021-08-24T05:18+0200archyde (en)

More than 200 people and billions of euros in damage: the heavy toll of the floods which devastated Germany and Belgium in mid-July must be blamed on climate change. According to a study released Tuesday, August 24, this extreme episode was made up to 9 times more likely by human-induced warming, with at least 20% more probability.

Study: Climate change makes European flooding more likely

2021-08-24T00:33+0200wsoctv (en)

Summer of Extremes FILE - In this Thursday, July 15, 2021, 2021 file photo, a regional train in the flood waters at the local station in Kordel, Germany, after it was flooded by the high waters of the Kyll river. This summer a lot of the places hit by weather disasters are not used to getting....

Study: Climate change makes European flooding more likely

2021-08-24T00:26+0200wftv (en)

Summer of Extremes FILE - In this Thursday, July 15, 2021, 2021 file photo, a regional train in the flood waters at the local station in Kordel, Germany, after it was flooded by the high waters of the Kyll river. This summer a lot of the places hit by weather disasters are not used to getting....

Study: Climate change makes European flooding more likely

2021-08-24T00:22+0200actionnewsjax (en)

Summer of Extremes FILE - In this Thursday, July 15, 2021, 2021 file photo, a regional train in the flood waters at the local station in Kordel, Germany, after it was flooded by the high waters of the Kyll river. This summer a lot of the places hit by weather disasters are not used to getting....

Pamela Anderson Sends 10,000 Vegan Kits to Offset Methane in Wildfire Stricken Cities

2021-08-23T20:30+0200vegnews (en)

Actress and vegan activist Pamela Anderson partnered with animal-rights organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) to distribute 10,000 vegan “Methane Offset Starter Kits” to cities across British Columbia and the United States where wildfires are currently blazing.

It's been a brutally hot summer. Experts say this is just a glimpse of the future.

2021-08-21T04:09+0200nbcnews (en)

it's the heat waves roasting hundreds of millions of people across three continents that are confirming a grim climate prophecy for many experts. Sizzling temperatures in the United States and Canada and persistent heat in parts of Europe and northern Africa are creating dangerous health conditions, and fueling wildfires around the world .

PRINCE CHARLES: The devastation in the land of my father is the stuff of nightmares

2021-08-20T23:22+0200dailymail (en)

Apart from the allure of her landscapes, history and culture, both my father and grandfather were born there, which is why I was so touched to be invited earlier this year to celebrate the bicentenary of the country's independence. Now, five months later, it has been heartbreaking to see the....

Prince Charles warns UK bosses: 'Go green or we are done for' in most powerful intervention to date

2021-08-20T23:07+0200dailymail (en)

More than 400 have so far, but Charles warns the crisis is 'monumental' and can be tackled only by big business and governments working together. Warning that weather-related disasters should serve as a wake-up call, the prince writes: 'We have been in the 'last chance saloon' for too long already,....

Around Humboldt, climate change may mean delayed seeding time: report

2021-08-20T19:48+0200TorontoStar (en)

Delayed seeding and field flooding are some of the challenges producers around Humboldt will have to adapt to due to climate change, according to a report commissioned by the City of Humboldt. A UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report released on Aug.

Can the Middle East reach net zero emissions by 2050?

2021-08-19T14:30+0200english-alaraby (en)

Climate change's impact on MENA. Climate change is already affecting the Middle East in alarming ways. In recent years, several Arab states have experienced an intensified water cycle, causing higher frequency and intensity of floods and droughts, and extreme weather events such as heatwaves, cyclones, and dust storms.

Mapping wildfires around the world

2021-08-19T08:38+0200aljazeera-en (en)

In recent weeks, the devastating effects of wildfires, which have killed more than 100 people and rendered thousands homeless, have been dominating headlines around the world. Several countries have reported their worst fires in decades, including hundreds of deadly fires across the Mediterranean. In Algeria, at least 69 people have been killed.

As the World Burns Wildfires Used to Be Helpful. How Did They Get So Hellish? Author: Matt SimonMatt Simon

2021-08-18T13:36+0200wired (en)

Wildfires are normally a critical component of a healthy landscape, but these blazes are now metastasizing into monsters that obliterate ecosystems. A wildfire that would once chew through a few dozen acres of underbrush, making way for new plant growth, now burns with extreme ferocity, producing so....

Ancora incendi boschivi nel Mediterraneo

2021-08-16T15:51+0200247libero (it)

Uno scenario di dimensioni devastanti, determinato da più di 120 grandi incendi , sta travolgendo gran parte della Grecia . Roghi più o meno enormi, alcuni spenti altri sempre attivi, hanno già bruciato circa 100.000 ettari di terra boschiva in tutto il Paese. Un nuovo focolaio sta interessando la zona di Keratea nella periferia dell'Attica.

Grecia, Marocco, Spagna, Israele. Un'estate all'insegna dei roghi che stanno devastando i polmoni verdi di molti paesi del bacino del Mediterraneo. Per l'ONU il nostro pianeta è sull'orlo del disastro

2021-08-16T15:09+0200euronews-it (it)

Uno scenario di dimensioni devastanti, determinato da più di 120 grandi incendi , sta travolgendo gran parte della Grecia . Roghi più o meno enormi, alcuni spenti altri sempre attivi, hanno già bruciato circa 100.000 ettari di terra boschiva in tutto il Paese. Un nuovo focolaio sta interessando la zona di Keratea nella periferia dell'Attica.

Statement by Taoiseach, Micheál Martin T.D.

2021-08-16T11:44+0200IGNS (en)

Published on Thursday 12th August 2021 Statement by Taoiseach, Micheál Martin T.D. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report released yesterday is a hugely important statement on international science’s understanding of the climate system and climate change.

More than 6000 wildfires devastated nations across the world as climate change intensifies

2021-08-16T08:28+0200kaieteurnewsonline (en)

Kaieteur News – Ever since the start of the Industrial Revolution in the late 1800s when humans started burning massive quantities of fossil fuels, there has been a continuous climb in global temperatures. This human induced crisis has led to an increase in extreme weather events such as heat waves,....

It's been a brutally hot summer. Experts say this is just a glimpse of the future. - Yahoo News

2021-08-15T21:34+0200google-top-stories-innovatie (en)

and fueling wildfires around the world . And it's this troubling confluence of climate threats that researchers have been warning about for two decades. "Climate scientists were predicting exactly these kinds of things, that there would be an enhanced threat of these types of extreme events brought....

It's been a brutally hot summer. Experts say this is just a glimpse of the future. - Yahoo News

2021-08-15T20:07+0200google-top-stories (en)

and fueling wildfires around the world . And it's this troubling confluence of climate threats that researchers have been warning about for two decades. "Climate scientists were predicting exactly these kinds of things, that there would be an enhanced threat of these types of extreme events brought....

NASA Astronauts Saddened to Watch Earth Burning From Space Station

2021-08-15T14:31+0200spacetoday (en)

have a better view of Earth than anybody, but lately it's a discouraging one. "We've been very saddened to see fires over huge sections of the Earth, not just the United States ," NASA astronaut Megan McArthur told Insider on a recent call from the space station.

Heat waves, wildfires & drought: How this summer is a ‘preview’ of Earth’s coming climate crisis

2021-08-15T10:55+0200news-yahoo (en)

and fueling wildfires around the world . And it's this troubling confluence of climate threats that researchers have been warning about for two decades. "Climate scientists were predicting exactly these kinds of things, that there would be an enhanced threat of these types of extreme events brought....

Heat waves, wildfires & drought: How this summer is a ‘preview’ of Earth’s coming climate crisis

2021-08-15T10:33+0200nbcnews (en)

it's the heat waves roasting hundreds of millions of people across three continents that are confirming a grim climate prophecy for many experts. Sizzling temperatures in the United States and Canada and persistent heat in parts of Europe and northern Africa are creating dangerous health conditions, and fueling wildfires around the world .

UN’s stark climate report: time is running out

2021-08-15T03:22+0200cyprus-mail (en)

The Mediterranean will be particularly affected with higher summer temperatures, drought and fires says IPCC report. The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) issued a landmark report on Monday on ‘Climate Change 2021’. The report brings-out some stark messages: Climate change is not a problem of the future.

Incendi, una piaga e interessi nell’indifferenza generale

2021-08-14T16:32+0200vglobale-it (it)

In questi giorni un paesino di 500 persone, di quelli che fanno bella l’Italia, adagiato sul pendio di una collina, in mezzo al verde dei boschi, ha avuto la sua giornata campale. In poche ore è stato circondato e assediato dalle fiamme. E si è salvato dal fuoco, che era ormai sotto le finestre e....

Astronauts say they're saddened to watch the climate crisis from the space station: 'We can see all of those effects from up here'

2021-08-14T14:33+0200businessinsider-it (en)

have a better view of Earth than anybody, but lately it's a discouraging one. "We've been very saddened to see fires over huge sections of the Earth, not just the United States ," NASA astronaut Megan McArthur told Insider on a recent call from the space station.

California's dry season is turning into a permanent state of being

2021-08-13T18:39+0200phys (en)

While this region has always had dry summers, they're supposed to follow a pattern that leads to relief with the arrival of the annual rainy season in November. But a break is no longer guaranteed. In fact, there are now both short- and long-term factors drying out the Western U.S.

Swiss Re: 42 miliardi di dollari di danni assicurati per catastrofi naturali nella prima metà del 2021

2021-08-13T12:47+0200greenreport (it)

Secondo le stime preliminari dello Swiss Re Institute, «un profondo congelamento invernale, grandinate e incendi hanno contribuito a perdite di catastrofi naturali per 40 miliardi di dollari nella prima metà del 2021». Si tratta di una cifra ben al di sopra della precedente media decennale di 33....

Ecologia Clima estremo: è colpa nostra

2021-08-13T11:44+0200focus-it (it)

Non bastava la pandemia: il 2021 ha voluto regalarci anche una serie di situazioni climatiche fuori dal comune, giusto per mettere alla prova la nostra resistenza fisica e mentale. E così, dopo le ondate di calore che hanno soffocato il Canada a fine giugno, le sconvolgenti alluvioni che hanno....

Il Mediterraneo travolto dagli incendi. La crisi climatica e l'importanza della prevenzione

2021-08-13T09:53+0200247libero (it)

Brucia il Mediterraneo. Un giorno dietro l’altro ci arrivano notizie di nuovi roghi al ritmo con cui persiste sul Sud-Europa, sui Balcani e sul Nord-Africa l’ondata di calore che da settimane accompagna le nostre giornate. Davanti ai nostri occhi in rapida successione le immagini rosso fuoco della....

Il Mediterraneo travolto dagli incendi. La crisi climatica e l’importanza della prevenzione

2021-08-13T09:21+0200unita-news (it)

Brucia il Mediterraneo. Un giorno dietro l’altro ci arrivano notizie di nuovi roghi al ritmo con cui persiste sul Sud-Europa, sui Balcani e sul Nord-Africa l’ondata di calore che da settimane accompagna le nostre giornate. Davanti ai nostri occhi in rapida successione le immagini rosso fuoco della....

Il Mediterraneo travolto dagli incendi. La crisi climatica e l’importanza della prevenzione

2021-08-13T09:02+0200valigiablu (it)

Brucia il Mediterraneo. Un giorno dietro l’altro ci arrivano notizie di nuovi roghi al ritmo con cui persiste sul Sud-Europa, sui Balcani e sul Nord-Africa l’ondata di calore che da settimane accompagna le nostre giornate. Davanti ai nostri occhi in rapida successione le immagini rosso fuoco della....

Newsmaker: IPCC report on Climate Change:

2021-08-13T09:01+0200gulfnews (en)

I once spent two weeks on a Russian icebreaker ship in the Arctic. And during that voyage up the West Coast of Greenland, I watched in awe as towering icebergs calved from glaciers in thunderous and angry protest and fell into the Davis Strait. The glaciers were retreating over time, the icebergs melting.

CALDO RECORD & INCENDI/ Di chi è la colpa dei 48.8 gradi e dei boschi in fiamme?

2021-08-13T07:23+0200247libero (it)

Nemmeno un mese è trascorso da quando ci siamo occupati su queste colonne di una fortissima ondata di calore sul Canada Occidentale e gli Stati Uniti nord occidentali. Pensavamo per caso che fosse ormai passata l’emergenza o che fosse soltanto delimitata a quei luoghi remoti? Non credo, ma, se così abbiamo pensato, ci siamo sbagliati di grosso.

CALDO RECORD & INCENDI/ Di chi è la colpa dei 48.8 gradi e dei boschi in fiamme?

2021-08-13T06:30+0200ilsussidiario (it)

Nemmeno un mese è trascorso da quando ci siamo occupati su queste colonne di una fortissima ondata di calore sul Canada Occidentale e gli Stati Uniti nord occidentali. Pensavamo per caso che fosse ormai passata l’emergenza o che fosse soltanto delimitata a quei luoghi remoti? Non credo, ma, se così abbiamo pensato, ci siamo sbagliati di grosso.

Europe needs to prepare for temperatures of 50C, says Met Office

2021-08-13T00:30+0200nzherald (en)

"We can't say exactly when it is likely to happen, but Europe will need to prepare for the eventuality of further records being broken, with temperatures above 50C being possible in Europe in future, most likely close to the Mediterranean where the influence of hot air from North Africa is strongest.

Siberian wildfires now bigger than all other fires in world combined

2021-08-12T21:26+0200mycentraloregon (en)

Yelantsevv/iStock. (YAKUTSK, Russia) — Gigantic wildfires are burning across Siberia on a record scale that is larger than all the fires raging this summer around the world combined. The massive blazes in Russia are fueled in part by extreme heat waves and record droughts that scientists are blaming on warmer temperatures linked to climate change.

UN Weather Agency Seeks To Confirm 48.8°C ‘Record’ Heat Spike In Sicily

2021-08-12T19:41+0200scoop-co-nz (en)

The World Meteorological Organization ( WMO ) said that it could not yet confirm or deny the Sicilian temperature spike, which was recorded on Wednesday by an agricultural forecasting provider on the island, and not the official Italian weather service. Temperature check. “We cannot yet make any preliminary assessment of the 48.

UN weather agency seeks to confirm 48.8°C ‘record’ heat spike in Sicily

2021-08-12T18:25+0200un-news (en)

The World Meteorological Organization ( WMO ) said that it could not yet confirm or deny the Sicilian temperature spike, which was recorded on Wednesday by an agricultural forecasting provider on the island, and not the official Italian weather service. Temperature check. “We cannot yet make any preliminary assessment of the 48.

Clima, Swiss Re: 40 miliardi di danni causati da eventi estremi in sei mesi

2021-08-12T17:43+0200corriere (it)

Gelate invernali, grandinate mai viste e incendi devastanti in estate. Per i danni dovuti a eventi estremi legati al clima i costi assicurativi sono ammontati a 40 miliardi di dollari nei primi sei mesi dell’anno. I dati, forniti dal colosso assicurativo Swiss Re, sono al di sopra della media....

UN weather agency seeks to confirm 48.8°C ‘record’ heat spike in Sicily

2021-08-12T17:39+0200globalissues (en)

Temperature check. “We cannot yet make any preliminary assessment of the 48.8 °C observation, pro or con,” the WMO said in a statement via email, only days after the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ( IPCC ) issued a report highlighting the “indisputable” impact of human activity on extreme weather events.

UN weather agency seeks to confirm 48.8°C ‘record’ heat spike in Sicily

2021-08-12T17:36+0200TheFrontierPost-en (en)

F.P. Report. NEW YORK: UN weather experts said on Thursday that they’re “actively looking” into a possible record temperature for Continental Europe of 48.8 Celsius (119.8 Fahrenheit) near the town of Syracuse in Sicily, amid devastating wildfires in Mediterranean countries and Russia.

MIL-OSI United Nations: UN weather agency seeks to confirm 48.8°C ‘record’ heat spike in...

2021-08-12T17:29+0200foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Temperature check. “We cannot yet make any preliminary assessment of the 48.8 °C observation, pro or con,” the WMO said in a statement via email, only days after the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ( IPCC ) issued a report highlighting the “indisputable” impact of human activity on extreme weather events.

UN weather agency seeks to confirm 48.8°C ‘record’ heat spike in Sicily

2021-08-12T17:22+0200un-org (en)

The World Meteorological Organization ( WMO ) said that it could not yet confirm or deny the Sicilian temperature spike, which was recorded on Wednesday by an agricultural forecasting provider on the island, and not the official Italian weather service. Temperature check. “We cannot yet make any preliminary assessment of the 48.

Come i cambiamenti climatici sono collegati agli incendi

2021-08-12T12:25+0200fanpage (it)

Il cambiamento climatico dovuto alle attività umane ci sta presentando il conto. Ondate di caldo record e incendi boschivi stanno colpendo con una violenza senza precedenti, mentre continuano ad arrivare notizie di nuovi roghi nella nostra penisola e dal mondo.

Triple-digit highs persist in states where all-time records were shattered last month and wildfires...

2021-08-12T04:32+0200cnet (en)

The drought in the West is reaching new peaks. NOAA. The weather forecast for much of the western US and the massive Dixie Fire in California serve as exclamation points in a week when a puts the entire planet on red alert. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported Monday that....

There is no longer any doubt what causes extreme weather in the world

2021-08-11T12:55+0200archyde (en)

The climate crisis and a warmer world. In June, a heat wave unprecedented in the US Pacific Northwest killed hundreds of people and broke records in Oregon, Washington and Idaho. Canada set a new national record when a city in British Columbia reached nearly 50 degrees Celsius.

Il nuovo Rapporto sul Clima mette in guardia sui rischi legati al cambiamento climatico. È allarme rosso

2021-08-11T10:02+0200borsainside (it)

A tracciare una situazione allarmante è il report del Comitato intergovernativo per il cambiamento climatico (The Intergovernamental Panel on Climate Change - IPCC) secondo il quale la scala dei recenti cambiamenti si mostra inedita. Le conseguenze dell'azione dell'uomo sul clima mondiale stanno....

What does the latest IPCC report mean for Australia?

2021-08-11T09:05+0200abc-au (en)

The sixth assessment report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) does not make for particularly uplifting reading. You will have seen headlines about But if you are keen to delve further into the details, it does say quite a bit about Australia. For starters, Australia's land areas have warmed by around 1.

IPCC 6th Assessment Report Calls for Urgent Action to Reduce Emissions

2021-08-11T05:51+0200climateadaptationplatform (en)

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released The “AR6 Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science Basis” on 9th August 2021. This report is the most comprehensive assessment of scientific knowledge and identifies human-caused climate change’s present and future threats.

Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade: U.N. climate report

2021-08-10T23:54+0200thepeninsulaqatar (en)

Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday. The report found that we are already experiencing those....

Swedish expert weighs in on how country can cut emissions in light of IPCC report

2021-08-10T22:39+0200rcinet-ca-en (en)

Forest fires burning in Yakutia in July. High temperatures, lack of rainfall and drier-than-average soil are among the factors that may have contributed to the increasing number of large forest fires in the Northern Hemisphere. (Government of the Sakha Republic) In a nearly 4,000-page report....

Taoiseach breaks silence on 'code red' climate change report and is 'confident' Ireland can hit targets

2021-08-10T19:31+0200irishmirror (en)

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) said temperatures will rise by 1.5C by 2040 even in the best case scenario where greenhouse gas emissions are reduced. This will lead to more extreme weather events that we have seen over the past years occurring more commonly, which have been caused by the current warming of 1.

Statement by Taoiseach Micheál Martin on IPCC Climate ...

2021-08-10T19:24+0200taoiseach.ie-Publications-website (en)

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report released yesterday is a hugely important statement on international science’s understanding of the climate system and climate change. Its publication could not be more significant or timely, detailing the increasingly dangerous future that....

Statement by Taoiseach Micheál Martin on IPCC Climate Change Report

2021-08-10T18:17+0200GI (en)

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report released yesterday is a hugely important statement on international science’s understanding of the climate system and climate change. Its publication could not be more significant or timely, detailing the increasingly dangerous future that....

IPCC report on climate: The five big takeaways

2021-08-10T10:42+0200HindustanTimes (en)

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s latest report on the physical science of the climate crisis has evoked a sense of fear and hopelessness among both the scientific community and people in general. IPCC’s findings, put forth in over 3,949 pages of analysis from over 14,000....

Perché il cambiamento climatico sarà catastrofico per l'Italia, secondo il rapporto Onu

2021-08-10T10:39+0200fanpage (it)

Il 9 agosto è stata pubblicata la prima parte del Sesto Rapporto di Valutazione messo a punto dagli scienziati del Gruppo Intergovernativo sui Cambiamenti Climatici ( IPCC ) delle Nazioni Unite, il più approfondito studio dedicato all'impatto del riscaldamento globale , al suo percorso storico e alle misure necessarie per arginarne la minaccia.

Climate change15 mins ago Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade - UN climate report

2021-08-10T07:59+0200eureporter (en)

Scientists emphasized that these effects of climate change are already here, with events like the heat wave in the US Pacific Northwest killing hundreds in June and Brazil currently experiencing its "The heat wave in Canada , fires in California, floods in Germany, floods in China, droughts in....

Ipcc, il nuovo rapporto smaschera le vane promesse dei governi

2021-08-10T07:23+0200247libero (it)

Che non ci sia margine per tergiversare ulteriormente lo ha dichiarato anche il segretario generale dell'Organizzazione mondiale dei meteorologi, Omm (World Meteorological Organization, Wom) Petteri Taalas, che ha commentato l'ultimo rapporto dell'Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (Ipcc) dal....

World Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade by Jake Spring Heat waves, droughts and torrential rains are set to become more frequent and extreme as the earth warms further, a U.N. climate science report says.

2021-08-10T06:44+0200japantimes (en)

Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a U.N. climate science report said Monday. The report found that we are already experiencing those....

Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -UN climate report

2021-08-10T06:09+0200thehimalayantimes (en)

The report found that we are already experiencing those effects of climate change, as the planet has surpassed more than 1 degree Celsius in average warming. Heat waves, droughts and torrential rains are only set to become more frequent and extreme as the earth warms further. read more. It is the first time that the U.

Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade – UN climate report

2021-08-10T04:32+0200rappler (en)

The report found that we are already experiencing those effects of climate change, as the planet has surpassed more than 1 degree Celsius in average warming. Heat waves, droughts, and torrential rains are only set to become more frequent and extreme as the earth warms further.

The Dixie wildfire is the biggest blaze in the US right now

2021-08-10T01:04+0200popsci (en)

As of August 9, 108 large fires have been spreading across 15 states in the US—burning across 2,325,263 acres of land thus far, according to the National Interagency Fire Center . Several of these fires have been intense enough to create pyrocumulus clouds . Over the course of this year, 3,623,259 acres have burned due to 39,402 separate wildfires.

IPCC report shows ‘possible loss of entire countries within the century’

2021-08-10T01:03+0200pina (en)

Global heating above 1.5C will be “catastrophic” for Pacific island nations and could lead to the loss of entire countries due to sea level rise within the century, experts have warned. The Pacific has long been seen as the “canary in the coalmine” for the climate crisis, as the region has suffered....

UN climate report depicts fast-warming world where ‘nobody is safe’

2021-08-10T00:42+0200pakobserver (en)

Washington. Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday.

Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade: UN climate report Reuters

2021-08-09T23:55+0200AsiaOne (en)

AsiaOne has launched , a new section dedicated to environmental issues — because we love the planet and we believe science. Find articles like this Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours....

Climate change might be spiraling out of control. What does that mean for Canada?

2021-08-09T23:00+0200globalnews (en)

Canada is already feeling the heat of a changing climate. When a heat dome settled over British Columbia this summer, more than 700 people died. Mussels and clams were cooked on Canada’s coastlines. Wildfires spread mercilessly, levelling an entire B.C. town after it smashed Canada’s temperature records multiple days in a row.

Climate change might be spiraling out of control. What does that mean for Canada? 19 mins

2021-08-09T22:54+0200cknw (en)

Canada is already feeling the heat of a changing climate. When a heat dome settled over British Columbia this summer, more than 700 people died. Mussels and clams were cooked on Canada’s coastlines. Wildfires spread mercilessly, levelling an entire B.C. town after it smashed Canada’s temperature records multiple days in a row.

UN report 'must sound death knell' for fossil fuels as Canada faces climate urgency

2021-08-09T21:11+0200timescolonist (en)

OTTAWA — The secretary-general of the United Nations says a new report "must sound the death knell for coal and fossil fuels," raising renewed questions about Canada 's climate plan and the long-term viability of its traditional energy sector. The UN scientific paper says Earth is heating up so....

Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report

2021-08-09T20:32+0200menafn (en)

- NewsIn.Asia) August 9 (Reuters) - Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming , while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday.

IPCC report shows ‘possible loss of entire countries within the century’

2021-08-09T19:49+0200guardian (en)

Global heating above 1.5C will be “catastrophic” for Pacific island nations and could lead to the loss of entire countries due to sea level rise within the century, experts have warned. has long been seen as the “canary in the coalmine” for the climate crisis, as the region has suffered from king....

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2021-08-09T19:47+0200tricitynews (en)

OTTAWA — The secretary-general of the United Nations says a new report "must sound the death knell for coal and fossil fuels," raising renewed questions about Canada 's climate plan and the long-term viability of its traditional energy sector. The UN scientific paper says Earth is heating up so....

UN climate change report predicts droughts, floods, heatwaves and more

2021-08-09T19:32+0200newatlas (en)

According to a new report issued by the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), human-caused climate change will have dire consequences over the next 20 years. And while some of the damage could be mitigated, it will take a lot of work. Released this Monday (Aug.

UN report 'must sound death knell' for fossil fuels as Canada faces climate urgency

2021-08-09T19:29+0200princegeorgecitizen (en)

OTTAWA — The secretary-general of the United Nations says a new report "must sound the death knell for coal and fossil fuels," raising renewed questions about Canada 's climate plan and the long-term viability of its traditional energy sector. The UN scientific paper says Earth is heating up so....

Once-in-50-year heatwaves now happening every decade — UN ...

2021-08-09T19:18+0200thetimes-za (en)

Extreme heatwaves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday. The report found that we are already experiencing those....

Urgent climate change action is needed or else Canada’s extreme heat and severe weather will worsen

2021-08-09T19:07+0200TorontoStar (en)

Canadians can expect climate change to lead to more severe weather events and a possible disruption in food supply if action isn’t taken to address the looming threat of 1.5 degrees Celsius of global warming. A bombshell report released Monday by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate....

UN report 'must sound death knell' for fossil fuels as Canada faces climate urgency OTTAWA — The secretary-general of the United Nations says a new report "must sound the death knell for coal and fossil fuels," raising renewed questions about Canada's climate plan and the long-term viability of its traditional energy sector.

2021-08-09T19:05+0200kitchenertoday (en)

OTTAWA — The secretary-general of the United Nations says a new report "must sound the death knell for coal and fossil fuels," raising renewed questions about Canada 's climate plan and the long-term viability of its traditional energy sector. The UN scientific paper says Earth is heating up so....

Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report

2021-08-09T18:28+0200financialpost (en)

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Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report

2021-08-09T18:20+0200oann (en)

August 9, 2021. By Jake Spring. (Reuters) -Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a U.N. climate science report said on Monday. The report https://www.

Once-in-50-Year Heat Waves Now Happening Every Decade – U.N. Climate Report

2021-08-09T18:17+0200claimsjournal (en)

Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday. The report found that we are already experiencing those....

UN report finds extreme flooding, wildfires and heatwaves from climate change already hitting the US

2021-08-09T17:34+0200eminetra (en)

– It is ‘unequivocal’ that human activity has warmed the atmosphere, ocean and land – with widespread and rapid changes across the world. – Many of the changes are unprecedented over many centuries to many thousands of years, with the world warming at a rate unprecedented in at least 2,000 years.

IPCC Report-“The Future is in Our Hands”

2021-08-09T15:45+0200londonnewstime (en)

“Red code for humanity.” That was the way the IPCC’s latest climate change report was explained by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. It comes after summers hurt by floods, wildfires and heat waves – and the latest IPCC reports have linked these types of events directly to anthropogenic climate change.

Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade: U.N....

2021-08-09T15:17+0200thepeninsulaqatar (en)

Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday. The report found that we are already experiencing those....

How extreme is this year's extreme weather? Here's a closer look

2021-08-09T14:39+0200CBC (en)

As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021's onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming's wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

World Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report Aug 9 (Reuters) - Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 y...

2021-08-09T12:46+0200taiwannews (en)

Aug 9 (Reuters) - Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday.

Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report

2021-08-09T12:44+0200euronews-en (en)

By Jake Spring. – Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday. The report https://www.ipcc.

Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report By Reuters

2021-08-09T12:20+0200dailymaverick (en)

By Jake Spring. (Reuters) – Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday. The report https://www.ipcc.

Heat waves once in 50 years now happening every decade: UN Climate Report

2021-08-09T12:19+0200naveenbharat (en)

A UN climate science report said on Monday that extreme heat waves that previously occurred only once every 50 years are now expected to occur once per decade due to global warming, while rain and drought has become even more. The report found that we are already experiencing those effects of....

IPCC report: Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening each decade

2021-08-09T12:01+0200trust (en)

Heat waves, droughts and torrential rains are only set to become more frequent and extreme as the earth warms further. By Jake Spring. Aug 9 (Reuters) - Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while....

Once-In-50-Year Heat Waves Now Happening Every Decade: UN Climate Report

2021-08-09T11:36+0200ndtvnews (en)

Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday. The report found that we are already experiencing those....

Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report By Jake Spring (Reuters) - Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of gl... 1h ago

2021-08-09T11:19+0200kelo (en)

By Jake Spring. (Reuters) – Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday. The report https://www.ipcc.

Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report

2021-08-09T11:04+0200news-yahoo (en)

By Jake Spring. (Reuters) - Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday. The report https://www.ipcc.

Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report

2021-08-09T10:58+0200saltwire (en)

By Jake Spring. (Reuters) - Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday. The report https://www.ipcc.

UN climate report: Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade

2021-08-09T10:38+0200cyprus-mail (en)

The report found that once-in-a-decade heavy rain events are now 1.3 times more likely and 6.7% wetter, compared with the 50 years up to 1900 when major human-driven warming started to occur. Previously once-in-a-decade droughts could happen every five or six years.

Environment Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report 8:05 AM UTC

2021-08-09T10:30+0200reuters-it (en)

Aug 9 (Reuters) - Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday.

EnvironmentOnce-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report8:05 AM UTC

2021-08-09T10:25+0200ara-reuters (en)

Aug 9 (Reuters) - Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday.

Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report

2021-08-09T10:23+0200metro-us (en)

(Reuters) – Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday. The report https://www.ipcc.

EnvironmentOnce-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report8:05 AM UTC

2021-08-09T10:22+0200reuters-af (en)

Aug 9 (Reuters) - Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday.

EnvironmentOnce-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report8:05 AM UTC

2021-08-09T10:22+0200reuters-br (en)

Aug 9 (Reuters) - Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday.

EnvironmentOnce-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report8:05 AM UTC

2021-08-09T10:20+0200reuters-fr (en)

Aug 9 (Reuters) - Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday.

Environment Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report 8:05 AM UTC

2021-08-09T10:16+0200reuters-es (en)

Aug 9 (Reuters) - Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday.

Once-in-50-year heat waves now happening every decade -U.N. climate report

2021-08-09T10:07+02004-traders (en)

Aug 9 (Reuters) - Extreme heat waves that previously only struck once every 50 years are now expected to happen once per decade because of global warming, while downpours and droughts have also become more frequent, a UN climate science report said on Monday. The report https://www.ipcc.

California wildfire now second-worst in state history

2021-08-09T08:21+0200timesofindia (en)

An ornament rests in front of a Greenville home destroyed by the Dixie Fire in Plumas County in California. GREENVILLE, United States : The monstrous Dixie Fire in northern California has grown to become the second-largest wildfire in state history, authorities said Sunday, with three people....

California wildfire now second-worst in state history

2021-08-09T07:59+0200heraldsun (en)

The monstrous Dixie Fire in northern California has grown to become the second-largest wildfire in state history, authorities said Sunday, with three people reported missing and thousands fleeing the advancing flames. As of Sunday, the fire had destroyed 489,287 acres (198,007 hectares), authorities said, up from the previous day's 447,723 acres.

California wildfire now second-worst in state history

2021-08-09T07:58+0200couriermail (en)

The monstrous Dixie Fire in northern California has grown to become the second-largest wildfire in state history, authorities said Sunday, with three people reported missing and thousands fleeing the advancing flames. As of Sunday, the fire had destroyed 489,287 acres (198,007 hectares), authorities said, up from the previous day's 447,723 acres.

Northern California wildfire becomes second-largest one in state history

2021-08-09T06:25+0200geo-tv (en)

The Dixie blaze has so far destroyed 463,477 acres (187,562 hectares). The Dixie blaze is the largest active wildfire in the United States , but one of only 11 major wildfires in California. Firefighters estimate the blaze, which began July 13, will not finally be extinguished for two weeks.

California’s ‘Dixie Fire’ now second-worst in state history, authorities say

2021-08-09T04:17+0200timesofisrael (en)

GREENVILLE, United States (AFP) — The monstrous Dixie Fire in northern California has grown to become the second-largest wildfire in state history, authorities said Sunday, with three people reported missing and thousands fleeing the advancing flames. As of Sunday, the fire had destroyed 463,477....

California wildfire now second-worst in state history

2021-08-09T02:03+0200malaymail (en)

GREENVILLE, Aug 9 — The monstrous Dixie Fire in northern California has grown to become the second-largest wildfire in state history, authorities said Sunday, with three people reported missing and thousands fleeing the advancing flames. On Saturday, Governor Gavin Newsom visited the burnt-out....

Northern California wildfire now second-largest in state's history

2021-08-09T01:19+0200france24-en (en)

A view shows Highway 89 with burned trees on one side and unburned trees on the other at the site of the Dixie Fire, a wildfire near the town of Greenville, California, U.S. August 7, 2021. REUTERS/Fred Greaves/File Photo © REUTERS - Fred Greaves. The monstrous Dixie Fire in northern California has....

California wildfire now second-worst in state history

2021-08-09T01:12+0200themalaymailonline (en)

GREENVILLE, Aug 9 — The monstrous Dixie Fire in northern California has grown to become the second-largest wildfire in state history, authorities said Sunday, with three people reported missing and thousands fleeing the advancing flames. On Saturday, Governor Gavin Newsom visited the burnt-out....

California wildfire now second-worst in state history

2021-08-09T00:44+0200mb-com-ph (en)

As of Sunday, the fire had destroyed 463,477 acres (187,562 hectares), up from the previous day’s 447,723 acres. It now covers an area larger than Los Angeles. The Dixie blaze is the largest active wildfire in the United States , but one of only 11 major wildfires in California.

California wildfire now second-worst in state history

2021-08-09T00:28+0200channelnewsasia (en)

GREENVILLE: The monstrous Dixie Fire in northern California has grown to become the second-largest wildfire in state history, authorities said on Sunday (Aug 8), with three people reported missing and thousands fleeing the advancing flames. As of Sunday, the fire had destroyed 463,477 acres, up from the previous day's 447,723 acres.

California wildfire now second-worst in state history

2021-08-09T00:16+0200yahoo-au (en)

The monstrous Dixie Fire in northern California has grown to become the second-largest wildfire in state history, authorities said Sunday, with three people reported missing and thousands fleeing the advancing flames. As of Sunday, the fire had destroyed 463,477 acres (187,562 hectares), up from the previous day's 447,723 acres.

California wildfire now second-worst in state history

2021-08-08T23:59+0200digitaljournal (en)

The monstrous Dixie Fire in northern California has grown to become the second-largest wildfire in state history, authorities said Sunday, with three people reported missing and thousands fleeing the advancing flames. As of Sunday, the fire had destroyed 463,477 acres (187,562 hectares), up from the previous day’s 447,723 acres.

Mediterranean apocalypse

2021-08-08T13:22+0200atalayar (en)

I have been spending the hottest summer peaks in southern Spain for almost half a century, which on the positive side is a joy. On the negative side, the effects of undeniable climate change, or rather the climatic catastrophe that is looming over much of Spain in particular, and the Mediterranean basin in general, are being felt quite perceptibly.

This year’s extreme climate summer hits wealthier places

2021-08-07T21:21+0200floridanewstimes (en)

Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining the poorer and more vulnerable countries on the growing list of extreme weather scientists say they have something to do with anthropogenic climate change. “It’s not just a problem for poor countries, it’s now a problem for clearly rich countries,” he said.

Last month was worst July for wildfires since records began

2021-08-07T10:58+0200zmescience (en)

Fires on forests and grasslands in July released 343 megatons of carbon emissions, which is about a fifth higher than the previous global record for July, set in 2014, according to EU’s Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service . This was driven by record heatwaves and prolonged droughts in many....

Incendi dalla Siberia alla Grecia: "Vi spiego perché dobbiamo combattere i mega fires"

2021-08-06T00:02+0200quotidiano (it)

Roma, 5 agosto 2021 - È l’estate del fumo grigio su New York, del sole rosso e dell’aria ‘affumicata’ per i roghi devastanti in Oregon . È l’estate degli incendi in Canada e in Siberia - distrutti un milione e mezzo di ettari, il fumo è arrivato persino in Alaska - e del Mediterraneo che va a fuoco,....

Are extreme summers the new normal in Minnesota?

2021-08-05T17:37+0200southernminn (en)

Kenneth Blumenfeld, a climatologist at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, says that any anxiety from the past few weeks is normal. “There’s a whole psychology of how we perceive the weather in the climate that’s underlying all of this and the drought in particular,” Blumenfeld said.

Anche se gli incendi sono dolosi, i cambiamenti climatici li stanno rendendo più distruttivi

2021-08-05T16:15+0200fanpage (it)

Durante un intervento alla Camera dedicato alla grave situazione degli incendi in Italia , il ministro per la Transizione ecologica Roberto Cingolani è stato chiaro e perentorio: il 70 percento dei roghi sul territorio nazionale è provocato dall' uomo .

This Year’s Summer of Climate Extremes Hits Wealthier Places

2021-08-05T15:10+0200claimsjournal (en)

As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021’s onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming’s wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

Incendi dalla Siberia alla Grecia: "Vi spiego perché dobbiamo combattere i mega fires"

2021-08-05T12:27+0200247libero (it)

Roma, 5 agosto 2021 - È l’estate del fumo grigio su New York, del sole rosso e dell’aria ‘affumicata’ per i roghi devastanti in Oregon . È l’estate degli incendi in Canada e in Siberia - distrutti un milione e mezzo di ettari, il fumo è arrivato persino in Alaska - e del Mediterraneo che va a fuoco,....

This year's summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-05T07:42+0200messenger-inquirer (en)

“It is not only a poor country problem, it's now very obviously a rich country problem,” said Debby Guha-Sapir, founder of the international disaster database at the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters at Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium. “They (the rich) are getting whacked.

This year's summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-05T04:43+0200timesfreepress (en)

As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021s onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming's wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

Weather extremes hitting wealthier nations

2021-08-05T00:37+0200tvnz (en)

As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021′s onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming’s wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

This year’s summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T23:56+0200denverpost (en)

As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021′s onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming’s wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

This year’s summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T23:56+0200dailyjournal (en)

As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021′s onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming’s wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

This year’s summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T23:35+0200tribtown (en)

As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021′s onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming’s wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

This year's summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T21:56+0200timesofindia (en)

WASHINGTON: As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021's onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming's wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the US, Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

This year’s summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T20:19+0200bangordailynews (en)

As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021′s onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming’s wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

This year's summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T19:05+0200triblive (en)

As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021′s onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming’s wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

This year’s summer of climate extremes hits wealthier countries, including U.S.

2021-08-04T18:48+0200wkbn (en)

FILE – In this Saturday, July 17, 2021 file photo, Wiel de Bie, 75, stands outside his flooded home in the town of Brommelen, Netherlands. Scientists say there’s something different this year from the recent drumbeat of climate weirdness. This summer a lot of the places hit by weather disasters are....

How Years of Fighting Every Wildfire Helped Fuel the Western Megafires of Today

2021-08-04T18:32+0200homelandsecuritynewswire (en)

Why are wildfires getting worse? Climate change is a big part of it. But, ironically, a chronic lack of fire in Western landscapes also contributes to increased fire severity and vulnerability to wildfires. It allows dry brush and live and dead trees to build up, and with more people living in....

This year’s summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T17:27+0200courthousenews (en)

(AP) — As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021′s onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming’s wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are....

This year’s summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T15:59+0200denverpost (en)

FILE – In this Wednesday, June 30, 2021 file photo, a man stands under a water feature trying to beat the heat at a splash park in Calgary, Alberta. Scientists say there’s something different this year from the recent drumbeat of climate weirdness. This summer a lot of the places hit by weather....

Wed. 9:33 a.m.: This year's summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T15:51+0200vindy (en)

In this Saturday, July 17, 2021 photo, a man stands on a bridge and surveys the damage after flooding in Pepinster, Belgium. Scientists say there’s something different this year from the recent drumbeat of climate weirdness. This summer a lot of the places hit by weather disasters are not used to....

This year's summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T15:09+0200news-yahoo-in (en)

FILE - In this Thursday, July 15, 2021, 2021 file photo, a regional train in the flood waters at the local station in Kordel, Germany, after it was flooded by the high waters of the Kyll river. This summer a lot of the places hit by weather disasters are not used to getting extremes and many of them....

Hawaii is the latest state to experience a record-breaking fire This summer is turning out to be a particularly fiery one.

2021-08-04T14:44+0200popsci (en)

As of August 3, 97 large fires have been spreading across 13 states in the US—burning across 1,868,204 acres of land thus far, according to the National Interagency Fire Center . Several of these fires have been intense enough to create pyrocumulus clouds . Over the course of this year, 3,259,913 acres have burned due to 38,207 separate wildfires.

How extreme is this year's extreme weather? Here's a closer look

2021-08-04T14:37+0200CBC (en)

As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021's onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming's wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

This year's summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T14:13+0200startribune (en)

Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining poorer and more vulnerable nations on a growing list of extreme weather events that scientists say have some connection to human-caused climate change. "It is not only a poor country problem, it's now very obviously....

This summer's disasters show climate change is very much 'a rich-country problem' now

2021-08-04T13:22+0200latimes (en)

As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021′s onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming’s wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

This year’s summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T12:27+0200oilcity (en)

Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining poorer and more vulnerable nations on a growing list of extreme weather events that scientists say have some connection to human-caused climate change. “It is not only a poor country problem, it’s now very obviously....

This year’s summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T11:04+0200egyptindependent (en)

As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021′s onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming’s wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

This year's summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T09:33+0200ChinaPost (en)

As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021′s onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming’s wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

This year's summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T09:24+0200eagletribune (en)

As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021′s onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming’s wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

This year’s summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T09:24+0200dailyjournal (en)

As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021′s onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming’s wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

This year's summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T09:13+0200news-gazette (en)

Champaign, IL (61820) Today. Generally sunny. High 81F. Winds light and variable.. Tonight. Clear skies. Low 58F. Winds light and variable. Updated: August 4, 2021 @ 1:53 am; As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021′s onslaught....

This year's summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T09:06+0200wftv (en)

Summer of Extremes FILE - In this Wednesday, June 30, 2021 file photo, a man stands under a water feature trying to beat the heat at a splash park in Calgary, Alberta. Scientists say there’s something different this year from the recent drumbeat of climate weirdness.

This year’s summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T09:00+0200krqe (en)

FILE – In this Wednesday, June 30, 2021 file photo, a man stands under a water feature trying to beat the heat at a splash park in Calgary, Alberta. Scientists say there’s something different this year from the recent drumbeat of climate weirdness. This summer a lot of the places hit by weather....

This year’s summer of climate extremes hits wealthier places

2021-08-04T09:00+0200apnews (en)

As the world staggers through another summer of extreme weather, experts are noticing something different: 2021′s onslaught is hitting harder and in places that have been spared global warming’s wrath in the past. Wealthy countries such as the United States , Canada , Germany and Belgium are joining....

Fuoco, aria, acqua e terra: la nostra crisi climatica mondiale

2021-07-30T06:28+0200oggitreviso (it)

Immagine: fuoco, aria, acqua, terra da EskiPaper Wallpapers 2021 OREGON - 29 luglio 2021 - Una continuazione del mio precedente pezzo, " Il nostro pianeta, il nostro futuro pubblicato qui il 15/07/2021. Come ho riferito allora, la crisi climatica rimodellerà radicalmente la vita sulla Terra nei prossimi decenni.

Meteo, vegetazione, incuria del territorio: i 3 fattori dietro agli incendi (non solo in Italia)

2021-07-28T16:25+0200247libero (it)

di Emanuele Isonio – “20mila ettari, secondo le previsioni più ottimistiche. Significa che 200 milioni di metri quadrati di terreno sono stati completamente distrutti. Ci vorranno parecchi decenni per ripristinare la condizione del suolo e la sua fertilità, ristabilire gli equilibri ecosistemici e la complessità della macchia mediterranea.

'L'Italia rischia migrazioni interne per siccità al sud e acqua alta nel Po e a Venezia. Il cemento mangia due metri di suolo al secondo ma ...

2021-07-27T17:23+0200247libero (it)

Negli ultimi cinquant’anni, in Europa , la siccità ha ucciso 650mila persone , le tempeste 577.232 , le inondazioni 58.700 e le temperature estreme 55.736 esseri umani. Un’ ecatombe di quasi 1 milione e mezzo di vittime dovuta al cambiamento climatico .

Dopo le alluvioni in Henan, critiche ai piani di Pechino

2021-07-27T00:18+0200zazoom-it (it)

(Di lunedì 26 luglio 2021) Ogni anno, in estate, da qualche parte della Cina centro meridionale le piogge causano danni che superano ogni previsione. O almeno, quanto si creda possa accadere durante quello che è un fenomeno stagionale. Con il passare delle stagioni è diventato sempre più evidente,....

Alluvioni, incendi, tornado di zanzare, caldo infernale: la crisi climatica bussa forte alle nostre porte

2021-07-24T11:36+0200greenme (it)

Non è un avvertimento, è una triste realtà: la crisi climatica ci sta travolgendo. In poche settimane un concentrato di eventi estremi che hanno un’unica matrice. Dalle temperature insopportabili, agli incendi “naturali” fino alle alluvioni e al tornado di zanzare, il tempo è davvero finito.

Luca Mercalli: «Anche noi diventeremo profughi (del clima)» DeAbyDay

2021-07-22T17:31+0200msn-nl (it)

Nell'arco di un paio di settimane è successo di tutto: la cupola di calore tra Usa e Canada , le alluvioni in Germania e Belgio, gli incendi. Spesso si fatica a cogliere il collegamento tra questi fenomeni così diversi. Come lo spiegherebbe a un bambino? Gli spiegherei cosa sono gli eventi estremi.

Luca Mercalli: «Anche noi diventeremo profughi (del clima)» DeAbyDay

2021-07-22T17:14+0200msn-it (it)

Nell'arco di un paio di settimane è successo di tutto: la cupola di calore tra Usa e Canada , le alluvioni in Germania e Belgio, gli incendi. Spesso si fatica a cogliere il collegamento tra questi fenomeni così diversi. Come lo spiegherebbe a un bambino? Gli spiegherei cosa sono gli eventi estremi.

Roghi dalla Siberia all'Oregon: le foreste bruciano. "Frequenza cresce, pericoli per la qualità dell'aria"

2021-07-22T00:33+0200quotidiano (it)

New York, 21 luglio 2021 - Il bosco brucia, dalla Siberia all' Oregon, con il Bootleg Fire . Mentre New York ieri è stata ricoperta da una foschia grigio fumo, provocata proprio dagli incendi, e i servizi di protezione ambientale hanno diffuso uno stato d'allerta per la qualità dell'aria.

Inferno russo: la Siberia brucia avvelenando l'aria

2021-07-21T23:41+0200lasentinella (it)

L'aria è irrespirabile. Il fumo ovunque, tutto brucia. In alcune città i bambini sono stati allontanati per tempo, mandati da qualche parente in zone più sicure. I grandi restano a combattere, a spegnere come possono le fiamme, ma sembra una guerra persa: la Siberia è un tizzone ardente che non vuole sapere di spegnersi.

Incendi dalla Siberia all'Oregon: le foreste bruciano. "Pericolo aria tossica" Quotidiano.Net

2021-07-21T20:16+0200msn-it (it)

© Greenpeace Russia. New York, 21 luglio 2021 - Il bosco brucia, dalla Siberia all' Oregon, con il Bootleg Fire . Mentre New York ieri è stata ricoperta da una foschia grigio fumo, provocata proprio dagli incendi, e i servizi di protezione ambientale hanno diffuso uno stato d'allerta per la qualità dell'aria.

Inferno russo: la Siberia brucia avvelenando l'aria

2021-07-21T12:21+0200laprovinciapavese (it)

L'aria è irrespirabile. Il fumo ovunque, tutto brucia. In alcune città i bambini sono stati allontanati per tempo, mandati da qualche parente in zone più sicure. I grandi restano a combattere, a spegnere come possono le fiamme, ma sembra una guerra persa: la Siberia è un tizzone ardente che non vuole sapere di spegnersi.

L'incendio più grande degli Usa divora l'Oregon

2021-07-21T00:09+0200laprovinciapavese (it)

L’hanno chiamato "Bootleg Fire", dal nome della vicina località di Bootleg Spring, ed è il più grande incendio tra gli oltre 80 che stanno infuriando negli Usa. Ma è anche il più grande nella storia dell’Oregon, lo Stato che devasta da ormai due settimane.

L'incendio più grande degli Usa divora l'Oregon

2021-07-20T23:50+0200lasentinella (it)

L’hanno chiamato "Bootleg Fire", dal nome della vicina località di Bootleg Spring, ed è il più grande incendio tra gli oltre 80 che stanno infuriando negli Usa. Ma è anche il più grande nella storia dell’Oregon, lo Stato che devasta da ormai due settimane.

La lucha de lugares Patrimonio de la UNESCO contra el cambio climático

2021-07-19T18:14+0200euronews-es (es)

Finlandia ha vivido el mes de junio más cálido desde que se tienen registros; Helsinki alcanzó un nuevo récord para el mes con 31,7 grados centígrados. Norteamérica experimentó su mes de junio más cálido. Lytton, en Canadá, quedó destruida por los incendios forestales, después de alcanzarse un nuevo....

Le alluvioni in Europa c'entrano con il cambiamento climatico

2021-07-19T15:00+0200247libero (it)

Nell’ultima settimana a causa delle alluvioni che hanno interessato soprattutto Germania e Belgio sono morte quasi 200 persone, con enormi danni ad abitazioni, strade e altre infrastrutture. La presidente della Commissione europea, Ursula von der Leyen, ha definito le inondazioni «un chiaro segnale....

Le alluvioni in Europa c'entrano con il cambiamento climatico

2021-07-19T14:36+0200ilpost (it)

Nell’ultima settimana a causa delle alluvioni che hanno interessato soprattutto Germania e Belgio sono morte quasi 200 persone, con enormi danni ad abitazioni, strade e altre infrastrutture. La presidente della Commissione europea, Ursula von der Leyen, ha definito le inondazioni «un chiaro segnale....

Il clima si è rotto

2021-07-18T14:30+0200247libero (it)

L’estate che ha sconvolto il clima. I modelli climatici non tengono più, l’«alluvione del secolo» in Germania è il nuovo evento da «una volta ogni secolo» che si è verificato nel giro di poche settimane, ennesimo tassello dell’accelerazione della crisi climatica.

Alluvione in Germania. L’analisi dell’evento meteo estremo

2021-07-16T16:53+0200iconaclima (it)

Solitamente le perturbazioni in arrivo dall’Atlantico sfilano abbastanza veloci verso est, a volte, è vero, accompagnate da venti tempestosi o forti temporali, ma mai così devastanti. L’ultima grande alluvione che ha colpito l’Europa centrale si è verificata diciannove anni fa, sempre in piena....

Germania devastata dalle alluvioni. Gli esperti: «Superata una soglia pericolosa»

2021-07-16T10:43+0200vanityfair (it)

Il bilancio delle vittime delle alluvioni, delle esondazioni e delle forti piogge che hanno colpito la Germania occidentale continua a salire: il numero dei morti è arrivato a 81, secondo le fonti ufficiali. Intanto aumentano anche le persone ancora disperse: si teme che il bilancio finale possa essere ancora più pesante.

Alluvione in Germania, oltre 90 vittime e tanti dispersi. La reazione degli esperti

2021-07-16T10:12+0200iconaclima (it)

In Germania cresce purtroppo il numero delle vittime causate dalla drammatica alluvione che ha colpito l’ovest del Paese. Sono circa 80 nei due distretti tedeschi più colpiti, vale a dire la Renania-Palatinato e il Nord Reno-Westfalia mentre altre 12 vittime si contano finora nel vicino Belgio . Il bilancio potrebbe aggravarsi nelle prossime ore.

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