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Pope Francis Blames Mongolian Cold Spell on Global Warming

2024-02-25T16:20+0100breitbart-com (en)

ROME — Pope Francis has blamed Mongolia’s current cold spell on global warming, insisting the overheating environment is a “global social problem.” Following his weekly Angelus address Sunday, the pontiff said he is close to the population of Mongolia, “affected by a wave of intense cold, which is causing serious humanitarian consequences.

Climate change is throwing the water cycle into chaos across the U.S.

2024-02-25T14:15+0100nbcnews (en)

The water cycle that shuttles Earth’s most vital resource around in an unending, life-giving loop is in trouble. Climate change has disrupted that cycle’s delicate balance, upsetting how water circulates between the ground, oceans and atmosphere. The events of 2023 show how significant these disruptions have become.

Introducing the new Editor-in-Chief of Reviews of Geophysics

2024-02-23T18:22+0100eos (en)

Posted in Editors' Vox Introducing the new Editor-in-Chief of Reviews of Geophysics. Qingyun Duan, the new Editor-in-Chief of Reviews of Geophysics , shares his scientific interests and vision for the journal in the coming years. Qingyun Duan, Professor in College of Hydrology and Water Resources....

Parco della Creatività: Legambiente e 400 modenesi uniti per chiedere al Comune di Modena un’area verde tra il cemento

2024-02-23T15:07+0100reggio2000 (it)

Nella convinzione che la riqualificazione del comparto ex AMCM – Parco della Creatività – debba promuovere l’adattamento al cambiamento climatico attraverso una più vasta inclusione di infrastrutture verdi per fronteggiare il fenomeno dell’isola di calore urbana e la naturale gestione delle acque di....

Parco della Creatività: Legambiente e 400 modenesi uniti per chiedere al Comune di Modena un’area verde tra il cemento

2024-02-23T15:00+0100sassuolo2000 (it)

Nella convinzione che la riqualificazione del comparto ex AMCM – Parco della Creatività – debba promuovere l’adattamento al cambiamento climatico attraverso una più vasta inclusione di infrastrutture verdi per fronteggiare il fenomeno dell’isola di calore urbana e la naturale gestione delle acque di....

Guerra nel Mar Rosso: cala dell’oltre il 40 per cento il transito nel Canale di Suez

2024-02-23T14:13+0100trasporti-italia (it)

Ancora aria di guerra e acque agitate nel Mar Rosso: secondo quanto emerge dal rapporto pubblicato ieri dalla Conferenza delle Nazioni Unite sul Commercio e lo Sviluppo (Unctad), si è registrato infatti un drastico calo del transito marittimo per due delle più importanti vie di navigazione del commercio globale.

1 in 5 migratory species are at risk of extinction, says a new UN report

2024-02-23T11:55+0100europeansting (en)

(Credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of with the Author: Simon Torkington, Senior Writer, Forum Agenda A UN report highlights the existential threats faced by the world’s migratory species. Almost half of migratory creatures are in decline and 20% could become extinct.

Unpacking 2023, the Warmest Year on Record

2024-02-23T02:24+0100ipsinternational-sw (en)

highlights that February 2023 to January 2024 was the first time that we experienced 12 consecutive months of temperatures 1.5-degree hotter than the pre-industrial era 2015 to 2023 were the warmest on record in the sequence. The El Niño event of 2023 is likely to be further aggravated in 2024.

Climate change linked to rise in mental distress among teens, finds study

2024-02-22T22:06+0100medicalxpress (en)

Worsening human-induced climate change may have effects beyond the widely reported rising sea levels, higher temperatures, and impacts on food supply and migration—and may also extend to influencing mental distress among high schoolers in the United States . According to a representative survey of 38,616 from 22 public school districts in 14 U.

Climate Change Linked to Rise in Mental Distress Among Teens, according to Drexel Study

2024-02-22T21:16+0100drexel-now (en)

Worsening human-induced climate change may have effects beyond the widely reported rising sea levels, higher temperatures, and impacts on food supply and migration and may also extend to influencing mental distress among high schoolers in the United States .

Climate Change Linked to Rise in Mental Distress Among Teens, according to Drexel Study

2024-02-22T20:09+0100enn (en)

Worsening human-induced climate change may have effects beyond the widely reported rising sea levels, higher temperatures, and impacts on food supply and migration – and may also extend to influencing mental distress among high schoolers in the United States .

22-Feb-2024 Climate change linked to rise in mental distress among teens, according to Drexel study Drexel University Peer-Reviewed Publication Worsening human-induced climate change may have effects beyond the widely reported rising sea levels, higher temperatures, and impacts on food supply and....

2024-02-22T18:42+0100eurekalert (en)

Worsening human-induced climate change may have effects beyond the widely reported rising sea levels, higher temperatures, and impacts on food supply and migration and may also extend to influencing mental distress among high schoolers in the United States .

Drexel Study: Teen Mental Distress Rising Due to Climate Change

2024-02-22T18:36+0100miragenews (en)

Worsening human-induced climate change may have effects beyond the widely reported rising sea levels, higher temperatures, and impacts on food supply and migration and may also extend to influencing mental distress among high schoolers in the United States .

Unpacking 2023, the Warmest Year on Record

2024-02-22T17:30+0100ipsnews (en)

highlights that February 2023 to January 2024 was the first time that we experienced 12 consecutive months of temperatures 1.5-degree hotter than the pre-industrial era 2015 to 2023 were the warmest on record in the sequence. The El Niño event of 2023 is likely to be further aggravated in 2024.

Increase in Emergency Department Visits for Mental Health Issues Associated with Wildfires

2024-02-22T04:17+0100vervetimes (en)

According to a study published in Nature Mental Health by Emory University on Feb. 15, wildfires in the western United States are linked to an increase in anxiety-related emergency department visits. This highlights the concerning overlap of two significant public health crises — mental health and climate change.

California American Waterâs Aquifer Storage and Recovery Program Bolsters Community's Water Supply

2024-02-21T19:39+0100streetinsider (en)

PACIFIC GROVE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Building upon over two decades of success, California American Water continues its Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) program during the rainy season to capture and store excess water for use during periods of drought.

California American Water’s Aquifer Storage and Recovery Program Bolsters Community's Water Supply

2024-02-21T19:22+0100wallstreet-online (en)

"Being prepared benefits our customers and the communities we serve," said Mike Magretto, Operations Manager for California American Water in Pacific Grove. “Our team works around the clock to monitor our infrastructure and helps ensure that we capture and store as much water as possible for later use.

California American Water’s Aquifer Storage and Recovery Program Bolsters Community's Water Supply

2024-02-21T19:18+01004-traders (en)

Building upon over two decades of success, California American Water continues its Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) program during the rainy season to capture and store excess water for use during periods of drought. This innovative initiative captures excess winter flows from the Carmel River, strategically replenishing underground aquifers.

Climate Change Burns The Fortunate — Not Just The Amazon Rainforest

2024-02-21T16:29+0100forbes (en)

TOPSHOT - Smoke rises from an illegally lit fire in Amazon rainforest reserve, south of Novo Progresso in Para state, Brazil, on August 15, 2020. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP) (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA/AFP via Getty Images) AFP via Getty Images. Most people envision the Amazon rainforests as a....

Giant Locust Swarms Could Expand to New Areas With Climate Change, Study Suggests

2024-02-21T16:22+0100smithsonianmag (en)

A single locust swarm can comprise between four billion and eight billion individual insects. ruvanboshoff via Getty Images Locust swarms could soon expand to new regions in south and west central Asia, as the erratic weather patterns brought on by burning fossil fuels create prime conditions for the insects, a recent study suggests.

Wildfires linked to surge in mental health-related emergency department visits

2024-02-21T14:21+0100sciencedaily (en)

The National Institutes of Health-funded study -- conducted by researchers at Emory's Rollins School of Public Health -- is among the largest and most comprehensive research ever undertaken on the association between wildfire-related exposures and anxiety disorders. Analyzing satellite-driven data and nearly 1.

Russia donates 200,000 tons of wheat to six African nations

2024-02-21T13:50+0100europesun (en)

According to Agriculture Minister Dmitry Patrushev, the project has become Moscow's first large-scale humanitarian aid initiative. Moscow has completed the delivery of 200,000 tons of free food to six African countries, fulfilling its pledge to assist them in fighting hunger, Russian Agriculture Minister Dmitry Patrushev announced on Tuesday.

UK Biodiversity Targets Unachievable Without Tech Adoption - Aidash Launches BNGAI

2024-02-21T11:28+0100menafn (en)

- EIN Presswire) BNGAI uses satellite data and advanced AI algorithms for habitat mapping. AI and satellite technology critical to scaling up BNG efforts - AiDash launches BNGAI to turn improbable biodiversity hopes into a viable reality LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, February 21, 2024 /EINPresswire / --....

Guatemala Humanitarian Needs Overview 2024 (December 2023)

2024-02-20T20:53+0100reliefWeb (en)

Summary of humanitarian needs and key findings. In Guatemala, the people most in need are food insecure households, severely malnourished children under the age of 5 and populations in situations of mobility. This analysis shows that that some 5.3 million people need humanitarian assistance....

Atmospheric Rivers in California Create a Perfect Storm of Public Health Risks A cycle of drought and flooding in California is driving higher cases of Valley fever, along with other diseases, research shows. By Kiley Price

2024-02-20T20:20+0100insideclimatenews (en)

After a torrential downpour, most post-storm damages are impossible to miss: submerged cars, houses torn in half by fallen trees, debris floating through the streets. But in California, extreme weather is also mixing up a soup of rain and disease. Climate-fueled outbreaks: In Southern California, an....

Wildfires Surge Linked to Anxiety Disorders

2024-02-20T19:22+0100medindia (en)

Analyzing satellite-driven data and nearly 1.9 million emergency department visits across five states (California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon and Utah) from 2007-18, the researchers showed wildfire smoke events — which is when wildfires become the main source of ambient pollution within a ZIP code — were associated with a 6.

Wildfires can boost anxiety-related visits to the ER

2024-02-20T18:26+0100futurity (en)

The findings amplify the concerning parallel trajectory of two escalating public health crises—mental health and climate change. The study is among the largest and most comprehensive research ever undertaken on the association between wildfire-related exposures and anxiety disorders. Analyzing satellite-driven data and nearly 1.

UNICEF Cameroon Humanitarian Situation Report No. 4 (End of Year) January to December 2023

2024-02-20T11:19+0100reliefWeb (en)

Highlights In 2023, UNICEF and partners reached 714,539 people (75 per cent children) with education, nutrition, protection, WASH and health support. UNICEF has supported access to education for 159,682 out-of-school children (55 per cent girls) and 75,487 children (55 per cent girls) benefited from the distribution of school materials.

Las actividades humanas están minando la tierra para producir alimentos

2024-02-19T22:09+0100hoybolivia (es)

19/02/2024 - 17:01:15 Infobae.- Según un reciente informe de Naciones Unidas, las mayores amenazas para nuestra existencia en la actualidad están causadas por la actividad humana y no por la naturaleza en solitario. Mucha gente está familiarizada con la contribución humana al cambio climático y quizá también con la pérdida de biodiversidad.

Las actividades humanas están minando la tierra para producir alimentos

2024-02-19T19:11+0100infobae (es)

Según un reciente informe de Naciones Unidas, las mayores amenazas para nuestra existencia en la actualidad están causadas por la actividad humana y no por la naturaleza en solitario. Mucha gente está familiarizada con la contribución humana al cambio climático y quizá también con la pérdida de biodiversidad.

NOAA-funded project explores new drought prediction models

2024-02-19T18:04+0100waterworld (en)

As concerns rise over increasing droughts related to climate change, an atmospheric scientist at the University of Houston is leading a federally-backed study to gain a better understanding of what causes these periods of exceptionally dry weather in hopes of better predicting when they might occur.

Mongolia: 2024 Dzud Early Action & Response Plan (Dec 2023 – May 2024)

2024-02-19T05:40+0100reliefWeb (en)

Foreword by the Resident Coordinator. Mongolia continues to experience the adverse effects of climate change, which poses significant risks for local communities. The country has experienced a 2.46'C degree increase in average air temperatures over the past 80 years, making it one of the countries most affected by climate change.

Fear and anxiety: The mental health impacts of wildfires

2024-02-18T21:09+0100earth (en)

Wildfires tell a grim story of how humans are pushing the planet beyond its limits. Shockingly, the fires scar more than landscapes – they leave an unseen toll on our mental health. A new study by Emory University reveals the significant and lasting impact that wildfires have on people’s lives. Emergency department visits.

Los incendios forestales en Chile son los más mortíferos jamás registrados, según la ONU

2024-02-18T12:57+0100eldemocrata (es)

Se cree que los devastadores incendios forestales que azotan gran parte de Chile son los peores registrados en el país, con más de 160 incendios luchando para contenerlos, según la agencia de desastres de las Naciones Unidas. Según las autoridades chilenas, el incendio se ha cobrado al menos 123 vidas y cientos de personas siguen desaparecidas.

Perspectives: Climate change is a threat to mental health

2024-02-18T09:31+0100thestandard-zw (en)

The family becomes a huge resource to sustain livelihoods in a village or community set up where strong family bonds sustain the village or community ecosystem aided by traditions that have seen better days including strong environmentally cognisant of spiritual practices followed by indigenous people of the past.

More women at 'cradle of oil' climate talks and beyond

2024-02-18T00:42+0100westernadvocate (en)

A heady mix of misogyny and fossil fuels confronts those preparing to make the trek to the next international climate summit, and it carries lessons for Australia. Some call it the historic cradle of oil, and recent years have ushered in a gas boom as parts of Europe look beyond pariah Russia for supplies.

More women at 'cradle of oil' climate talks and beyond

2024-02-17T23:41+0100portstephensexaminer (en)

A heady mix of misogyny and fossil fuels confronts those preparing to make the trek to the next international climate summit, and it carries lessons for Australia. Some call it the historic cradle of oil, and recent years have ushered in a gas boom as parts of Europe look beyond pariah Russia for supplies.

More women at 'cradle of oil' climate talks and beyond

2024-02-17T23:27+0100newcastleherald (en)

A heady mix of misogyny and fossil fuels confronts those preparing to make the trek to the next international climate summit, and it carries lessons for Australia. Some call it the historic cradle of oil, and recent years have ushered in a gas boom as parts of Europe look beyond pariah Russia for supplies.

Sexism stalling efforts to fight climate crisis: COP29 watcher

2024-02-17T23:25+0100thenewdaily-au (en)

A heady mix of misogyny and fossil fuels confronts those preparing to make the trek to the next international climate summit, and it carries lessons for Australia. The host of this year’s COP29 climate summit is Azerbaijan, a former Soviet outpost and home to one of the world’s largest gas fields and many depleted oil wells.

More women at 'cradle of oil' climate talks and beyond

2024-02-17T23:24+0100illawarramercury (en)

A heady mix of misogyny and fossil fuels confronts those preparing to make the trek to the next international climate summit, and it carries lessons for Australia. Some call it the historic cradle of oil, and recent years have ushered in a gas boom as parts of Europe look beyond pariah Russia for supplies.

More women at 'cradle of oil' climate talks and beyond

2024-02-17T22:37+0100maitlandmercury (en)

A heady mix of misogyny and fossil fuels confronts those preparing to make the trek to the next international climate summit, and it carries lessons for Australia. Some call it the historic cradle of oil, and recent years have ushered in a gas boom as parts of Europe look beyond pariah Russia for supplies.

More women at 'cradle of oil' climate talks and beyond

2024-02-17T22:14+0100bordermail (en)

A heady mix of misogyny and fossil fuels confronts those preparing to make the trek to the next international climate summit, and it carries lessons for Australia. Some call it the historic cradle of oil, and recent years have ushered in a gas boom as parts of Europe look beyond pariah Russia for supplies.

Zootecnia - Il mercato del bestiame del Mercantile è salito ai massimi di diversi mesi per la scarsità di scorte negli Stati Uniti.

2024-02-17T03:06+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures sul bestiame sono saliti ai massimi plurimensili al Chicago Mercantile Exchange venerdì, sulla base delle preoccupazioni per la contrazione delle scorte e mentre il mercato si è ripreso dai ribassi dell'inizio della settimana, hanno detto gli analisti.

Quantum Technology: Revolutionizing Space Exploration and Beyond

2024-02-16T18:22+0100idstch (en)

In the vast expanse of space, the next frontier in exploration and innovation awaits. Humanity’s journey beyond Earth’s borders is being fueled by groundbreaking advancements in science and technology, and at the heart of this new space revolution lies quantum technology.

Wildfires linked to surge in mental health-related emergency department visits, study shows 7 minutes ago

2024-02-16T17:08+0100medicalxpress (en)

Wildfires linked to surge in mental health-related emergency department visits, study shows. by Rob Spahr, Emory University Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain. An Emory University study published Thursday in Nature Mental Health shows wildfires lead to an increase of anxiety-related emergency....

Ripristino degli ecosistemi, l’ONU premia sette esempi virtuosi di lotta al degrado

2024-02-16T16:51+0100rinnovabili (it)

su Freepik Il premio World Restoration Flagships. Il ripristino degli ecosistemi è possibile. La FAO e l’UNEP (il programma delle Nazioni Unite per l’ambiente) hanno premiato come World Restoration Flagships sette iniziative di ripristino degli ecosistemi, realizzate in Africa, America Latina, Mediterraneo e Sud-Est asiatico.

“Unità di crisi per l’agricoltura Sarda”

2024-02-16T08:27+0100sardegnareporter (it)

“Unità di crisi per l’agricoltura Sarda” a proporlo il Centro Studi Agricoli, Tore Piana: ne facciano parte tutti i comitati e le associazioni che hanno promosso la protesta di queste settimane. Solo se uniti possiamo salvare l’agricoltura e l’allevamento in Sardegna.

Siria pide mayor responsablidad ante el cambio climático

2024-02-15T14:28+0100prensa-latina (es)

Esta postura citada por los medios de prensa aquí fue expresada por el representante permanente de Siria ante las Naciones Unidas, el embajador Qusay Al-Dahhak, en una sesión de diálogo abierto del Consejo de Seguridad sobre el impacto del cambio climático y la inseguridad alimentaria en el mantenimiento de la paz y la seguridad internacionales.

UNICEF Pakistan Humanitarian Situation Report -- End-of-Year 2023

2024-02-15T06:42+0100humanitarianresponse (en)

Reporting Period: January to December 2023. Highlights In 2023, the floods response continued to address the ongoing humanitarian needs which impacted 33 million individuals and displaced 8 million people. Through UNICEF support, 542,842 children with severe acute malnutrition (302,834 girls and....

UNICEF Pakistan Humanitarian Situation Report -- End-of-Year 2023

2024-02-14T23:27+0100reliefWeb (en)

Reporting Period: January to December 2023. Highlights In 2023, the floods response continued to address the ongoing humanitarian needs which impacted 33 million individuals and displaced 8 million people. Through UNICEF support, 542,842 children with severe acute malnutrition (302,834 girls and....

Biblical plague-of-locusts threat linked to weather, climate extremes

2024-02-14T22:49+0100foxweather (en)

Widespread locust outbreaks are aligned with wind and rain extremes. Research suggests synchronized attacks by locusts could become more common with a changing climate and lead to famine across Africa , the Middle East and South Asia. The authors projected locust habitat to expand by at least 5% by....

Famine Fast Facts

2024-02-14T20:43+0100cnn (en)

Women and children sit inside a shelter August 6, 1992 at a feeding center run by the International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC) in Baidoha, Somalia. The shelter was established to feed a few thousand of the 30,000 refugees suffering from famine, severe drought and the effects of 18 months of civil war.

COMMENTARYClimate change is not just a risk for our grandkids Older adults face heightened health risks from a warming climate.2 mins ago 3m read

2024-02-14T17:07+0100newsday-USA (en)

Young people are often the most vocal and concerned population regarding climate change, but it is increasingly becoming an issue for those of us age 50 and older. Older adults face unique challenges and heightened health risks from a warming climate. It’s not just future generations that will be....

Lefties losing it: Rita Panahi reacts to ‘brainwashed’ climate activist dragged by police

2024-02-14T09:37+0100qt (en)

Sky News host Rita Panahi reacts to a “brainwashed” young man ranting about the climate crisis and urging President Joe Biden to act while being dragged by police. Ms Panahi said the man has been “failed” by the United States ’ education system. “My home is under attack by wildfires, storms,....

Lefties losing it: Rita Panahi reacts to ‘brainwashed’ climate activist dragged by police

2024-02-14T09:32+0100dailytelegraph (en)

Sky News host Rita Panahi reacts to a “brainwashed” young man ranting about the climate crisis and urging President Joe Biden to act while being dragged by police. Ms Panahi said the man has been “failed” by the United States ’ education system. “My home is under attack by wildfires, storms,....

WMO supports Cambodia and Lao PDR to strengthen early warning services

2024-02-14T07:44+0100devdiscourse (en)

Backed by funding from the Climate Risk and Early Warning Systems (CREWS) initiative, WMO is supporting Cambodia and Lao PDR to strengthen effective and risk-informed early warning services, especially against floods and droughts. The CREWS Steering Committee meeting, held in a Least Developed....

Guterres on food insecurity: ‘Empty bellies fuel unrest’

2024-02-14T07:24+0100efe (en)

United Nations, Feb. 13 (EFE) – “Empty bellies fuel unrest,” Secretary-General António Guterres told the Security Council on Tuesday at a session dedicated to addressing the relationship between the climate crisis, food insecurity, and armed conflicts in the world.

Climate change can aggravate existing threats to int’l peace, security – Foreign Affairs Minister

2024-02-14T06:21+0100kaieteurnewsonline (en)

Feb 14, 2024 Kaieteur News – Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Hugh Todd on Tuesday pointed to the adverse effects of climate change on food security and peacekeeping operations. Speaking at the United Nations Security Council’s (UNSC) open debate on the impact of climate....

WMO supports Cambodia and Lao PDR to strengthen early warnings

2024-02-14T01:06+0100reliefWeb (en)

Backed by funding from the Climate Risk and Early Warning Systems (CREWS) initiative, WMO is supporting Cambodia and Lao PDR to strengthen effective and risk-informed early warning services, especially against floods and droughts. The CREWS Steering Committee meeting, held in a Least Developed....

WMO supports Cambodia and Lao PDR to strengthen early warnings

2024-02-13T18:38+0100wmo (en)

The CREWS Steering Committee meeting, held in a Least Developed Country for the first time, agreed to provide a potential additional US$ 7 million in funding for Cambodia and Lao PDR, bringing the total CREWS portfolio in the two countries to US$ 12 million.

On Behalf of Texas Ag, Sen. Cruz Secures Extension of Drought Warning Sensors

2024-02-13T16:56+0100vervetimes (en)

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Texas farmers and ranchers will still have access to early warning signs of potential droughts due to the efforts of U.S. Senate Commerce Committee Ranking Member Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). The federal National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) had planned to retire soil....

WMO Backs Cambodia, Lao PDR in Enhancing Early Warnings

2024-02-13T15:06+0100miragenews (en)

Backed by funding from the Climate Risk and Early Warning Systems (CREWS) initiative, WMO is supporting Cambodia and Lao PDR to strengthen effective and risk-informed early warning services, especially against floods and droughts. The CREWS Steering Committee meeting, held in a Least Developed....

Ethiopia to receive $5mil emergency grant aid from Japan

2024-02-13T13:42+0100FanaBroadcasting (en)

Addis Ababa, February 13, 2024 (FBC) – The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia is set to benefit Japan’s Emergency Grant Aid totaling 10 million USD allocated to the Horn of Africa to address the repercussions of droughts and floods. A statement issued by Japan Embassy in Ethiopia stated that....

Unesco props up food security in Binga, Buhera

2024-02-13T13:40+0100theindependent (en)

THE United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) is planning a four-year project aimed at improving access to clean and safe water and propping food security in two poverty-stricken districts. The project titled Strengthening Local Communities’ Adaptive Capacity and....

Unesco props up food security in Binga, Buhera

2024-02-13T11:51+0100zimbabwesituation (en)

The project titled Strengthening Local Communities’ Adaptive Capacity and Resilience to Climate Change through Sustainable Groundwater Utilisation in Zimbabwe will be implemented in Binga’s wards 13 and 19 in Matabeleland North and Buhera’s wards 20 and 23, Manicaland province.

Is Iran's rain being stolen?

2024-02-13T10:53+0100tellerreport (en)

Low rainfall in Iran raises widespread debate about the possibility of human manipulation of climate change (Iranian press) Tehran - In light of the ongoing Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip and the repeated American attacks against targets belonging to the resistance movements allied with....

Unesco props up food security in Binga, Buhera

2024-02-13T04:09+0100newsday (en)

The project titled Strengthening Local Communities’ Adaptive Capacity and Resilience to Climate Change through Sustainable Groundwater Utilisation in Zimbabwe will be implemented in Binga’s wards 13 and 19 in Matabeleland North and Buhera’s wards 20 and 23, Manicaland province.

MIL-OSI USA: 02.12.2024 On Behalf of Texas Ag, Sen. Cruz Secures Extension of Drought Warning Sensors

2024-02-13T02:54+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

US Senate News: Source: United States Senator for Texas Ted Cruz WASHINGTON, D.C. – Texas farmers and ranchers will still have access to early warning signs of potential droughts due to the efforts of U.S. Senate Commerce Committee Ranking Member Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas).

What’s Behind Lake Mead’s Decline? It’s Not Climate Change

2024-02-12T16:34+0100climatechangedispatch (en)

With an atmospheric river dumping trillions of gallons of precipitation on California and other western states, some news outlets have asked how the precipitation might affect Lake Mead, suggesting that rainfall will do little for the lake or the Colorado River basin that feeds it because it’s drying out due to climate change.

Why is everyone concerned about the Earth being 1.5°C warmer for 12 months in a row?

2024-02-12T14:08+0100businessinsider-in (en)

Last month, for the first time in recorded history, Earth endured the 12th consecutive month with temperatures 1.5C hotter than the pre-industrial era, shattering the hopes of those few extreme climate optimists. The Copernicus' Climate Change Service's (C3S) January 2024 report confirmed this....

Earth Warming 1.5°C Hotter for 12 Months Shatters Climate Delusions

2024-02-12T10:25+0100weather-en-IN (en)

In 2015, the Paris Agreement set an ambitious benchmark: implementing enough climate action to keep global warming to a maximum of 1.5°C above the normal temperatures observed between 1850-1900. This was the first limit set by the Paris Agreement, and some even believed that collective action from....

Baby Rescued 60 Hours After Being Buried Alive In Philippine Landslide

2024-02-12T10:07+0100ibtimes-uk (en)

The rescue of a child on Friday nearly 60 hours after a landslide hit the Philippines has been hailed as a "miracle". Philippine Red Cross - Davao de Oro Chapter via AFP / Handout. In an incident that can only be termed a miracle, a 3-year-old was rescued after being trapped for nearly 60 hours in rubble and mud.

La lavorazione del suolo ideale per la produttività dell’olivo nei terreni in pendenza

2024-02-12T08:56+0100teatronaturale (it)

La siccità è il fattore più importante che ha influenzato direttamente la crescita delle piante e la produttività nelle regioni semi-aride. L'Organizzazione delle Nazioni Unite per l'Alimentazione e l'Agricoltura (FAO) ha definito che se in qualche luogo le precipitazioni annue sono pari o inferiori....

Africa PORTS & SHIPS maritime news 11-12 February 2024

2024-02-11T20:12+0100africaports-za (en)

WHARF TALK: LPG, VLGC tanker SUNNY BRIGHT The Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG), Very Large Gas Carrier (VLGC), tanker Sunny Bright, underway. Picture: Shipspotting Pictures by ‘Dockrat’ Story by Jay Gates. And still they come. The problem for all gas carrier owners, or gas end users, is that the largest....

El Niño brings hunger and drought to Madagascar

2024-02-11T11:31+0100mg (en)

I n a small village in southern Madagascar, dozens of women shelter from the scorching sun under a tree as they wait to weigh their children. The country has suffered poor rainfall since October and fears of worsening hunger loom as the El Niño climate pattern takes hold.

Poultry and livestock production help communities build climate resilience

2024-02-11T04:31+0100newsday (en)

There is an incubator for the whole community, which smallholder farmers in this community use for hatching eggs at a small fee. He says the fee is meant to repair the incubator in case of a breakdown. Zimbabwe has been experiencing the effects of climate change in the past decade with floods and....

Ocean sponges suggest Earth has warmed longer, more than thought; some scientists dubious

2024-02-10T22:11+0100japantoday (en)

A handful of centuries-old sponges from deep in the Caribbean are causing some scientists to think human-caused climate change began sooner and has heated the world more than they thought. They calculate that the world has already gone past the internationally approved target of limiting global warming to 1.

Cholera outbreaks in African countries worsened by floods: UN

2024-02-10T16:05+0100cgtn (en)

Africa is witnessing a surge in cholera infections, notably in its east and south, and floods caused by the heavy rainfall are making the situation worse, particularly in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), according to the United Nations. "Children in the DRC are facing the worst floods in....

Chile pasa por sus incendios forestales más mortíferos

2024-02-10T09:45+0100futuroverde (es)

Se cree que los devastadores incendios forestales que azotan gran parte de Chile son los más mortíferos registrados en el país, según la agencia de desastres de las Naciones Unidas, mientras los bomberos luchan por contener más de 160 incendios después de días de arder.

Climate Change Is Not Behind Lake Mead’s Decline, Overuse and Poor Management Are

2024-02-10T03:27+0100wattsupwiththat (en)

By H. Sterling Burnett With an atmospheric river dumping trillions of gallons precipitation on California and other western states, some news outlets have asked how the precipitation might affect Lake Mead, suggesting that the rainfall will do little for the lake or the Colorado River basin which....

Brazil’s Gas Imports Fall to Lowest Level In 20 Years Thanks to Hydro Push

2024-02-09T21:04+0100oilprice (en)

Brazil’s natural gas imports fell to a 20-year low last year, according to data from the National Agency for Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP). Brazil’s nat gas imports fell to 6.5 billion cubic meters, or 228 billion cubic feet, according to ANP, as the country boosts its hydroelectric capabilities as well as solar and wind capacity.

Chile records its deadliest wildfire in 123 years, may be linked to climate change

2024-02-09T11:12+0100downtoearth (en)

At least 131 people have died in the wildfire that ravaged Chile in February 2024, according to the National Disaster Prevention and Response Service (SENAPRED), the National Disaster Prevention and Response Service, Chile. This makes it the country’s deadliest wildfire since record-keeping began in....

MIL-OSI USA: NPS Help Wanted: Reed Delivers Funds to Hire More National Park Service Employees in RI & Nationwide

2024-02-09T01:34+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

US Senate News: Source: United States Senator for Rhode Island Jack Reed WASHINGTON, DC – Do you have what it takes to be a National Park Ranger? Or how about an archivist, community planner, seasonal employee or an intern? The U.S. National Park Services (NPS) is looking to hire a few more good men and women, and U.

Earth Clocks Hottest January on Record, Marking 12 Months Above 1.5 Degree Celsius Warming Threshold

2024-02-08T23:07+0100smithsonianmag (en)

Dry and cracked ground at the La Vinuela reservoir near Málaga, Spain, last year. Reservoirs in the country's Catalonia region have fallen to 16 percent capacity amid years of drought and extreme heat. Jesus Merida / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images The new year has picked up right where 2023, , left off.

Powerful Hurricane And Drought Seasons Could Be On The Way Due To Odds Of La Niña Rising

2024-02-08T20:56+0100dailycaller (en)

Say goodbye to El Niño, say hello to La Niña. The chances of the world having to deal with the weather pattern known as La Niña are rising, increasing the Atlantic’s risk of hurricanes and droughts in California and South America. La Niña, which is the equatorial Pacific seeing a cooling, has a....

Skyfora's Meteorological Marvel: A Data Revolution Set to Redefine Weather Forecasting

2024-02-08T20:23+0100AsiaOne (en)

Finland - February 8, 2024. In the heart of Davos, amidst the bustling World Economic Forum, a revelation in weather technology is unfolding. Skyfora, a company at the forefront of meteorological innovation, has just pulled back the curtain on a breakthrough that promises to change how people predict the weather.

How California’s storms are projected to become more extreme with climate change

2024-02-08T18:40+0100daily-pilot (en)

For as long as weather records have been kept, California has been defined by its highly variable climate, with dramatic and sometimes volatile swings between droughts and floods. As human-caused climate change heats up the planet, the state faces even more intense extremes, with increasingly....

How California's storms are projected to become more extreme with climate change

2024-02-08T18:15+0100latimes (en)

For as long as weather records have been kept, California has been defined by its highly variable climate, with dramatic and sometimes volatile swings between droughts and floods. As human-caused climate change heats up the planet, the state faces even more intense extremes, with increasingly....

Skyfora's Meteorological Marvel: A Data Revolution Set to Redefine Weather Forecasting

2024-02-08T18:08+0100streetinsider (en)

In the heart of Davos, amidst the bustling World Economic Forum, a revelation in weather technology is unfolding. Skyfora, a company at the forefront of meteorological innovation, has just pulled back the curtain on a breakthrough that promises to change how people predict the weather.

World exceeds 1.5C of warming for a year for first time, but what does it mean?

2024-02-08T16:01+0100TheScotsman (en)

The figures come after a raft of global weather records were broken in the past 12 months, including last month becoming the hottest known January – the latest in an eight-month run of hottest-ever months – and 2023 lifting the title as the planet’s warmest year in human history. Sea temperatures were also especially high.

How the arrival of La Niña later this year could change the world’s weather

2024-02-08T15:05+0100WashingtonPost (en)

It also tends to subdue global temperatures. While it won’t turn back a decades-long rise in planetary warmth, it could moderate the extreme levels of warming scientists have observed as of late. Last month was Earth’s warmest January on record, an eighth consecutive monthly global temperature record.

World smashes record for hottest January ever observed The warmest January on record was confirmed right after the world experienced its hottest year ever observed. 3M ago

2024-02-08T13:11+0100CBSnews (en)

The world just had its hottest year ever recorded, and 2024 has already set a new heat record for the warmest January ever observed, according to the European Union's climate change monitoring service Copernicus. The service said that January 2024 had a global average air temperature of 13.14 degrees Celsius, or 55.

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-08T12:46+0100ABCnews (en)

LOS ANGELES -- Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

California tra vento e pioggia

2024-02-08T12:24+0100internazionale (it)

Tempeste Un fiume atmosferico proveniente dall’oceano Pacifico ha provocato intense precipitazioni in California ( nella foto ), negli Stati Uniti, uccidendo tre persone e lasciando centinaia di migliaia di abitazioni senza energia elettrica. ◆ Una tempesta di neve ha colpito la costa orientale del Canada, interrompendo i trasporti.

MIL-OSI United Nations: UNECE and World Green Economy Organization invite stakeholders to join the Trees in Dry Cities Coalition at COP28

2024-02-08T06:20+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Cities are a major driver of climate change, responsible for an estimated 75% of all carbon dioxide emissions globally . With two thirds of humanity projected to live in cities by 2050, cities are at the center of climate action. We need solutions to reduce urban greenhouse gas emissions and develop....

MIL-OSI United Nations: Italy helps WFP boost farmers resilience in Mozambique

2024-02-08T03:23+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

MAPUTO – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) welcomes a contribution of €2 million from the Government of Italy that will help tackle climate change-induced vulnerabilities and strengthen food and nutritional security for up to 10,000 people including smallholder farmers, youth and women....

The last superpower?

2024-02-07T18:04+0100nationofchange (en)

I was born on July 20, 1944, almost two years after Joe Biden arrived on this planet and almost a year before You Know Who, like me, landed in New York City. The United States was then nearing the end of the second global war of that century and things were about to look up.

World News in Brief: Unprecedented cholera spike in Africa, Julian Assange extradition update, locusts compound Sudan crisis

2024-02-07T16:19+0100manilatimes (en)

Zambia and Zimbabwe have been worst hit, but Mozambique, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia and Nigeria are also in the grip of "active outbreaks", with a high risk of further spread, Dr. Braka said. Preventable and treatable. "We will continue to see records being broken as....

El Nino brings hunger, drought fears to Madagascar

2024-02-07T13:13+0100spacewar (en)

In a small village in southern Madagascar, dozens of women shelter from the scorching sun under a tree as they wait to weigh their children. The Indian Ocean island nation has suffered poor rainfall since October and fears of worsening hunger loom as the El Nino climate pattern takes hold.

Africa: Cholera Cases Surging in Africa, Says WHO

2024-02-07T13:06+0100allafrica (en)

) said on Tuesday. Dr. Fiona Braka from WHO 's regional office in Brazzaville, Congo, said that eastern and southern Africa have been particularly badly affected. In just the first four weeks of the year, 10 African countries reported more than 26,000 cases and 700 deaths, which is nearly double the number reported last year over the same period.

El Nino brings hunger, drought fears to Madagascar

2024-02-07T07:21+0100modernghana (en)

In a small village in southern Madagascar, dozens of women shelter from the scorching sun under a tree as they wait to weigh their children. The Indian Ocean island nation has suffered poor rainfall since October and fears of worsening hunger loom as the El Nino climate pattern takes hold.

El Nino brings hunger, drought fears to Madagascar

2024-02-07T05:45+0100seychellesnewsagency (en)

) - In a small village in southern Madagascar , dozens of women shelter from the scorching sun under a tree as they wait to weigh their children. The Indian Ocean island nation has suffered poor rainfall since October and fears of worsening hunger loom as the El Nino climate pattern takes hold.

World News in Brief: Unprecedented cholera spike in Africa, Julian Assange extradition update, locusts compound Sudan crisis

2024-02-07T05:39+0100un-sustainabledevelopment (en)

In just the first four weeks of the year, 10 African countries reported more than 26,000 cases and 700 deaths, which is nearly double the number reported last year over the same period. Zambia and Zimbabwe have been worst hit, but Mozambique, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia....

APO AFRICA Italy helps World Food Programme (WFP) boost farmers resilience in Mozambique

2024-02-07T05:27+0100venturesafrica (en)

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) welcomes a contribution of €2 million from the Government of Italy that will help tackle climate change-induced vulnerabilities and strengthen food and nutritional security for up to 10,000 people including smallholder farmers, youth and women from....

World News in Brief: Unprecedented cholera spike in Africa, Julian Assange extradition update, locusts compound Sudan crisis

2024-02-07T01:53+0100globalissues (en)

In just the first four weeks of the year, 10 African countries reported more than 26,000 cases and 700 deaths, which is nearly double the number reported last year over the same period. Zambia and Zimbabwe have been worst hit, but Mozambique, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia....

World News in Brief: Unprecedented cholera spike in Africa, Julian Assange extradition update, locusts compound Sudan crisis

2024-02-07T00:50+0100un-org (en)

In just the first four weeks of the year, 10 African countries reported more than 26,000 cases and 700 deaths, which is nearly double the number reported last year over the same period. Zambia and Zimbabwe have been worst hit, but Mozambique, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia....

El Nino brings hunger, drought fears to Madagascar

2024-02-07T00:20+0100phys (en)

The Indian Ocean island nation has suffered poor rainfall since October and fears of worsening hunger loom as the El Niño climate pattern takes hold. The country is particularly exposed to extreme weather events such as storms and droughts which experts say are expected to worsen with "Madagascar is....

MIL-OSI United Nations: World News in Brief: Unprecedented cholera spike in Africa, Julian Assange extradition update, locusts compound Sudan crisis

2024-02-06T23:50+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Source: United Nations. Dr. Fiona Braka from WHO ’s regional office in Brazzaville, Congo, said that eastern and southern Africa have been particularly badly affected. In just the first four weeks of the year, 10 African countries reported more than 26,000 cases and 700 deaths, which is nearly....

World News in Brief: Unprecedented cholera spike in Africa, Julian Assange extradition update, locusts compound Sudan crisis

2024-02-06T23:47+0100un-news (en)

In just the first four weeks of the year, 10 African countries reported more than 26,000 cases and 700 deaths, which is nearly double the number reported last year over the same period. Zambia and Zimbabwe have been worst hit, but Mozambique, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia,....

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2024-02-06T23:40+0100devdiscourse (en)

World News in Brief: Unprecedented cholera spike in Africa, Julian Assange extradition update, locusts compound Sudan crisis SHARE; Cholera cases are surging globally and there's been an unprecedented spike in Africa, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday. Dr.

Cholera Surge in Africa, Assange Extradition Updates, Sudan Locust Crisis

2024-02-06T23:40+0100miragenews (en)

In just the first four weeks of the year, 10 African countries reported more than 26,000 cases and 700 deaths, which is nearly double the number reported last year over the same period. Zambia and Zimbabwe have been worst hit, but Mozambique, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia,....

Italy Helps World Food Programme (WFP) Boost Farmers Resilience In Mozambique

2024-02-06T22:05+0100menafn (en)

- African Press Organization) Download logo The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) welcomes a contribution of €2 million from the Government of Italy that will help tackle climate change-induced vulnerabilities and strengthen food and nutritional security for up to 10,000 people including....

The UN agency says Chile's wildfires are likely to be the deadliest on record

2024-02-06T21:51+0100ironbladeonline (en)

Devastating wildfires sweeping through large parts of Chile are believed to be the country's deadliest on record, according to the UN disaster agency, with firefighters struggling to contain more than 160 blazes days after they burned. The fires claimed the lives of at least 123 people, and hundreds....

El Nino brings hunger, drought fears to Madagascar

2024-02-06T19:46+0100urdupoint (en)

In a small village in southern Madagascar, dozens of women shelter from the scorching sun under a tree as they wait to weigh their children. Manindra, (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 6th Feb, 2024) In a small village in southern shelter from the scorching sun under a tree as they wait to weigh their children.

El Nino brings hunger, drought fears to Madagascar

2024-02-06T18:08+0100terradaily (en)

Manindra, Madagascar, Feb 6 (AFP) Feb 06, 2024 In a small village in southern Madagascar, dozens of women shelter from the scorching sun under a tree as they wait to weigh their children. The Indian Ocean island nation has suffered poor rainfall since October and fears of worsening hunger loom as the El Nino climate pattern takes hold.

El Nino brings hunger, drought fears to Madagascar

2024-02-06T17:36+0100france24-en (en)

The Indian Ocean island nation has suffered poor rainfall since October and fears of worsening hunger loom as the El Nino climate pattern takes hold. The country is particularly exposed to extreme weather events such as storms and droughts which experts say are expected to worsen with climate change.

Italy helps WFP boost farmers resilience in Mozambique

2024-02-06T17:21+0100wfp (en)

The contribution, which was allocated through the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS) comes at a critical time as the climate crisis intensifies, with extreme weather events such as cyclones, floods and droughts, occurring more frequently and intensely.

Italy helps WFP boost farmers resilience in Mozambique

2024-02-06T17:16+0100reliefWeb (en)

MAPUTO The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) welcomes a contribution of €2 million from the Government of Italy that will help tackle climate change-induced vulnerabilities and strengthen food and nutritional security for up to 10,000 people including smallholder farmers, youth and women....

On Turning 80 in the Age of Biden and Trump

2024-02-06T16:34+0100commondreams (en)

I was born on July 20, 1944, almost two years after Joe Biden arrived on this planet and almost a year before You Know Who, like me, landed in New York City. The United States was then nearing the end of the second global war of that century and things were about to look up.

Ocean sponges suggest Earth has warmed longer, more than thought

2024-02-06T15:41+0100naharnet-ar (en)

A handful of centuries-old sponges from deep in the Caribbean are causing some scientists to think human-caused climate change began sooner and has heated the world more than they thought. They calculate that the world has already gone past the internationally approved target of limiting global warming to 1.

Do these ancient sea sponges prove we are already at 1.8°C of warming?

2024-02-06T12:33+0100euronews-en (en)

The researchers calculate that the world has already gone past the internationally approved target of limiting global warming to 1.5°C since pre-industrial times, hitting 1.7°C as of 2020. They analysed six of the long-lived sponges - simple animals that filter water - for growth records that....

What to know about Chile's voracious wildfires

2024-02-06T11:09+0100spacewar (en)

Coming in the middle of a fierce heatwave, Chile's forest fires engulfed communities with a destructive speed that has stunned the nation. This is what you need to know about the country's deadliest wildfires in recent history: - Why did fire spread so quickly? - Summer is in full swing in Chile and....

Can sponges tell whether the planet has warmed more than we thought?

2024-02-06T08:49+0100cgtn (en)

A handful of centuries-old sponges from deep in the Caribbean are causing some scientists to think human-caused climate change began sooner and has heated the world more than they thought. They calculate that the world has already gone past the internationally approved target of limiting global warming to 1.

How Does Climate Change Play a Role in Deadly Forest Fires like the one in Chile?

2024-02-06T03:27+0100kompas-id (en)

AFP/JAVIER TORRES. Officials are trying to extinguish a fire in Puren, Araucania, Chile on Saturday (4/2/2023) local time. The fire has claimed at least 23 lives. Extreme heat waves and droughts have hit several South American countries, causing forest and land fires.

Nation's efforts to ensure food security praised

2024-02-06T03:21+0100gov-cn-en (en)

China's increased grain output and stable food prices in recent years, a result of the country's policy arrangements and decadelong preparations, stand out brightly against the bleak scenario of rising hunger and malnutrition worldwide, experts said. "China must have done something very right," said....

Stabenow: Farm bill is ‘the art of the doable’

2024-02-06T03:00+0100agri-pulse (en)

Senate Agriculture Committee Chairwoman Debbie Stabenow said she believes the only way to get a new farm bill this year is to get a strong bipartisan measure through the Senate first. Speaking at the Crop Insurance Industry Convention in Scottsdale, Arizona, Stabenow told participants the process ultimately boils down to the “art of the doable.

Nation's efforts to ensure food security praised

2024-02-06T01:54+0100ecns (en)

No 1 Central Document says this year's focus will be on improving productivity. China's increased grain output and stable food prices in recent years, a result of the country's policy arrangements and decadelong preparations, stand out brightly against the bleak scenario of rising hunger and malnutrition worldwide, experts said.

Nation's efforts to ensure food security praised

2024-02-06T01:38+0100peopledaily (en)

This aerial photo taken on July 15, 2023 shows farmers harvesting wheat in Hutubi county, Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region. [Photo/Xinhua] China's increased grain output and stable food prices in recent years, a result of the country's policy arrangements and decadelong....

Nation's efforts to ensure food security praised

2024-02-06T00:05+0100chinadaily (en)

This aerial photo taken on July 15, 2023 shows farmers harvesting wheat in Hutubi county, Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region. [Photo/Xinhua] China's increased grain output and stable food prices in recent years, a result of the country's policy arrangements and decadelong....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities, study finds

2024-02-05T22:26+0100registerguard (en)

LOS ANGELES — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate change....

L’organismo più grande del mondo sta scomparendo

2024-02-05T21:37+0100scienzenotizie (it)

Nelle montagne Wasatch degli Stati Uniti occidentali, dimora un unico organismo gigante che fornisce un intero ecosistema su cui piante e animali hanno fatto affidamento per migliaia di anni. Si trova nello Utah, “Pando” ed è un bosco che comprende circa 47 000 fusti di pioppo tremulo americano su....

World News | Ocean Sponges Suggest Earth Has Warmed Longer, More Than Thought; Some Scientists Dubious

2024-02-05T20:41+0100latestly (en)

Washington, Feb 5 (AP) A handful of centuries-old sponges from deep in the Caribbean are causing some scientists to think human-caused climate change began sooner and has heated the world more than they thought. They calculate that the world has already gone past the internationally approved target of limiting global warming to 1.

Ocean Sponges Suggest Earth Has Warmed Longer, More Than Thought; Some Scientists Dubious

2024-02-05T19:25+0100usnews (en)

Uncredited. This undated image provided by Amos Winter shows a sponge from the Caribbean. This sponge, a simple animal that filters water, and a handful of other centuries-old sponges are causing some scientists to think human-caused climate change began sooner and has heated the world more than they thought.

Ocean sponges suggest Earth has warmed longer, more than thought; some scientists dubious

2024-02-05T19:20+0100phys (en)

They calculate that the world has already gone past the internationally approved target of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit) since pre-industrial times, hitting 1.7 degrees (3.1 degrees Fahrenheit) as of 2020. They analyzed six of the long-lived sponges—simple....

Ocean sponges suggest Earth has warmed longer, more than thought; some scientists dubious

2024-02-05T19:18+0100wftv (en)

A handful of centuries-old sponges from deep in the Caribbean are causing some scientists to think human-caused climate change began sooner and has heated the world more than they thought. They calculate that the world has already gone past the internationally approved target of limiting global warming to 1.

Ocean sponges suggest Earth has warmed longer, more than thought; some scientists dubious

2024-02-05T19:17+0100sandiegouniontribune (en)

A handful of centuries-old sponges from deep in the Caribbean are causing some scientists to think human-caused climate change began sooner and has heated the world more than they thought. They calculate that the world has already gone past the internationally approved target of limiting global warming to 1.

Ocean sponges suggest Earth has warmed longer, more than thought; some scientists dubious

2024-02-05T19:15+0100actionnewsjax (en)

A handful of centuries-old sponges from deep in the Caribbean are causing some scientists to think human-caused climate change began sooner and has heated the world more than they thought. They calculate that the world has already gone past the internationally approved target of limiting global warming to 1.

Ocean sponges suggest Earth has warmed longer, more than thought; some scientists dubious

2024-02-05T19:14+0100kiro7 (en)

A handful of centuries-old sponges from deep in the Caribbean are causing some scientists to think human-caused climate change began sooner and has heated the world more than they thought. They calculate that the world has already gone past the internationally approved target of limiting global warming to 1.

Ocean sponges suggest Earth has warmed longer, more than thought; some scientists dubious

2024-02-05T19:13+0100krmg (en)

A handful of centuries-old sponges from deep in the Caribbean are causing some scientists to think human-caused climate change began sooner and has heated the world more than they thought. They calculate that the world has already gone past the internationally approved target of limiting global warming to 1.

Ocean sponges suggest Earth has warmed longer, more than thought; some scientists dubious

2024-02-05T19:12+0100wsoctv (en)

A handful of centuries-old sponges from deep in the Caribbean are causing some scientists to think human-caused climate change began sooner and has heated the world more than they thought. They calculate that the world has already gone past the internationally approved target of limiting global warming to 1.

Saudi Arabia to host biggest UN conference on land and drought

2024-02-05T14:00+0100tradearabia (en)

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has signed an agreement witth the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) thus paving the way for the 16th session of the Convention’s Conference of the Parties (COP16) to be held in Riyadh from December 2 to 13, reported SPA.

News | 04/02/2024 Understanding the influence of climate change on weather extremes and their societal impact

2024-02-05T13:22+0100deltares (en)

The intensity and frequency of weather extremes are increasing due to climate change. Records are being broken and society is increasingly feeling the impact of a warmer world. However, human-induced warming increases the chances of experiencing not only single extreme weather events but also....

How do we fight wildfires as temperatures rise?

2024-02-05T12:16+0100deutschewelle-en (en)

Fire has burnt through forests for hundreds of millions of years, but now unprecedented , partly due to climate change. Declining rainfall and longer droughts are making forests so dry that localized lightening can spark a small fire that transforms into an inferno before firefighters can limit the damage.

5 Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-05T07:13+0100WashingtonPost (en)

A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate change is increasing the frequency of both hazards, particularly in California. The authors found that the combined harm of extreme heat and inhalation of wildfire smoke increased hospitalizations and disproportionately impacted....

MIL-OSI China: Experts praise China’s efforts to ensure food security

2024-02-05T02:24+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

China’s increased grain output and stable food prices in recent years, a result of the country’s policy arrangements and decadelong preparations, stand out brightly against the bleak scenario of rising hunger and malnutrition worldwide, food policy experts said.

Experts praise China's efforts to ensure food security

2024-02-05T02:05+0100china.org.cn (en)

China's increased grain output and stable food prices in recent years, a result of the country's policy arrangements and decadelong preparations, stand out brightly against the bleak scenario of rising hunger and malnutrition worldwide, food policy experts said.

Experts praise China's efforts to ensure food security

2024-02-05T01:52+0100ecns (en)

China's increased grain output and stable food prices in recent years, a result of the country's policy arrangements and decadelong preparations, stand out brightly against the bleak scenario of rising hunger and malnutrition worldwide, food policy experts said.

Study: Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most

2024-02-04T17:31+0100cbs12 (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Study: Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most

2024-02-04T17:20+0100wlos (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Study: Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most

2024-02-04T16:59+0100fox11online (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Alarm bells ring as wetlands vanishing at high rate Health 6 min ago

2024-02-04T03:56+0100nation-ke (en)

As Kenya marked this year’s World Wetlands Day on February 2, a sobering truth hung heavy – nearly 90 per cent of the world's wetlands, including Kenya's, have vanished since the 1700s, according to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Natural events like droughts and floods have taken their toll, slowly but notably drying these areas.

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-04T01:24+0100wral (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and communities of colour: Study

2024-02-03T22:44+0100crestonvalleyadvance (en)

Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday (Feb. 2) in the journal Science Advances said climate change is....

California News Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income communities the most, study finds DORANY PINEDA Associated Press 10:57 AM, Feb 03, 2024

2024-02-03T20:11+0100ksby (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

World Wetlands Day: A Call to Action for U.S. Wetlands Preservation

2024-02-03T12:53+0100nrdc (en)

, akin to rainforests and coral reefs. They serve as natural buffers against floods and droughts, purify our water, and are crucial habitats for many species. The economic value of these services is staggering, with wetlands' estimated ecosystem services globally valued at more than $47 trillion annually.

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-03T06:27+0100nbc12 (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-03T06:15+0100kptv (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T22:35+0100dailyjournal (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T22:01+0100therepublic (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T21:58+0100tribtown (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T21:54+0100bangordailynews (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:50+0100vervetimes (en)

LOS ANGELES — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate change....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:46+0100wboc (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:44+0100wacotrib (en)

A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate change is increasing the frequency of both hazards, particularly in California. The authors found that the combined harm of extreme heat and inhalation of wildfire smoke increased hospitalizations and disproportionately impacted....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:44+0100sun-sentinel (en)

By DORANY PINEDA (Associated Press) LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others.

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:41+0100yakimaherald (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:35+0100baltimoresun (en)

By DORANY PINEDA (Associated Press) LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others.

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:33+0100phys (en)

Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate change is increasing the frequency of both hazards, particularly in California. The authors found that the combined harm of extreme heat and inhalation of wildfire smoke increased hospitalizations and disproportionately impacted low-income....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:31+0100wtva (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and …

2024-02-02T20:28+0100wowktv (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme Heat, Wildfire Smoke Harm Low-Income and Nonwhite Communities the Most, Study Finds

2024-02-02T20:25+0100usnews (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:23+0100sfgate (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:22+0100actionnewsjax (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:21+0100independent-UK (en)

Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate change is increasing....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:21+0100kiro7 (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:19+0100news4jax (en)

LOS ANGELES – Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate change....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:19+0100wftv (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:19+0100startribune (en)

LOS ANGELES — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate change....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:19+0100wsoctv (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:17+0100kob (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:16+0100krmg (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:15+0100apnews (en)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal said climate change is....

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and nonwhite communities the most, study finds

2024-02-02T20:15+0100sandiegouniontribune (en)

LOS ANGELES — Extreme heat and wildfire smoke are independently harmful to the human body, but together their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems is more dangerous and affects some communities more than others. A study published Friday in the journal Science Advances said climate change....

El Nino phenomenon raises drought, famine concerns in Madagascar - UN

2024-02-02T12:59+0100uniindia (en)

United Nations, Feb 2 (UNI) The effects of the El Nino climate pattern, combined with the climate crisis, are likely to lead to extreme weather events in Madagascar, causing a food crisis in the country, the United Nations warned on Friday. "In recent years, Madagascar has been hit by unprecedented....

UN: Wetlands Play Key Role Against Climate Crisis

2024-02-02T11:58+0100raillynews (en)

The United Nations (UN) reported that protecting and restoring wetlands plays a key role in preserving biodiversity and combating the climate crisis. In the statement made by the UN, it was stated that although wetlands constitute only 6% of fresh water resources, they host 40% of all plant and animal species in the world.

Barcelona residents banned from washing cars as drought reaches critical point

2024-02-02T11:17+0100murciatoday (en)

The region of Catalonia has declared a state of emergency amid the worst drought in history. Water supplies in Spain’s Catalonia have now reached crisis point and the regional government has declared a state of emergency as it faces the worst drought in more than 100 years.

Increase in LNG imports highlights Brazil's impact on prices

2024-02-02T10:21+0100spglobal (en)

Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Brazil has typically been heavily dependent on hydroelectric power generation, but in the fall of 2021 the country was hit by severe droughts draining its hydroelectric resources, and as a result imported record LNG volumes from the US.

Alarming Trend: Global Groundwater Levels Declining Rapidly, Yet Hope for Recovery Persists

2024-02-02T04:21+0100indiaeducationdiary (en)

Groundwater levels are declining at rapid and accelerating rates in numerous aquifers around the world, but the decline can be reversed in some cases, finds a new study involving researchers from University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB), UCL and ETH Zürich.

Saudi Arabia to host largest-ever UN conference on land and drought

2024-02-01T23:25+0100unccd-int (en)

Riyadh, 31 January 2024 – The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) signed an agreement paving the way for the 16th session of the Convention’s Conference of the Parties (COP16) in Riyadh from 2-13 December 2024.

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2024-02-01T23:25+0100unccd-int (en)

Your Excellency Minister Abdulrahman Al-Fadley, Honorable Ministers and Deputy ministers, Dear Colleagues and friends, It’s an honor for me to sign this agreement, on behalf of the United Nations, with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as host to the Conference of the Parties (COP16) of the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD).

Signing of COP16 host country agreement with Saudi Arabia: Remarks by Ibrahim Thiaw

2024-02-01T23:25+0100unccd-int (en)

Your Excellency Minister Abdulrahman Al-Fadley, Honorable Ministers and Deputy ministers, Dear Colleagues and friends, It’s an honor for me to sign this agreement, on behalf of the United Nations, with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as host to the Conference of the Parties (COP16) of the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD).

AI Revolutionizes Wildfire Smoke Forecasting

2024-02-01T18:25+0100azocleantech (en)

Fueled by increasing temperatures and droughts, severe wildfires are on the rise around the world -; as are the smoke-borne contaminants that harm the environment and human health. In 2023, Canada recorded its worst wildfire season ever, with fires releasing more than 290 million tons of carbon into the atmosphere.

Earth Today | ‘Health toll rising’

2024-02-01T06:35+0100jamaica-gleaner (en)

“In 2023, the world saw the highest global temperatures in over 100,000 years, and heat records were broken in all continents through 2022. Adults older than 65 years and infants younger than one year, for whom extreme heat can be particularly life-threatening, are now exposed to twice as many heat....

Saudi Arabia to host the largest-ever COP16 in December

2024-02-01T06:12+0100zawya-palestine (en)

RIYADH — Saudi Arabia and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) have officially inked an agreement, marking the commencement of preparations for the 16th session of the Convention’s Conference of the Parties (COP16), set to take place in Riyadh from December 2 to December 13, 2024.

Saudi Arabia to host largest-ever UN conference on land and drought [EN/AR/RU/ZH]

2024-02-01T02:52+0100reliefWeb (en)

Riyadh, 31 January 2024 The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) signed an agreement paving the way for the 16th session of the Convention’s Conference of the Parties (COP16) in Riyadh from 2-13 December 2024.

Using artificial intelligence, better pollution predictions are in the air

2024-02-01T02:02+0100phys (en)

Fueled by increasing temperatures and droughts, severe wildfires are on the rise around the world—as are the smoke-borne contaminants that harm the environment and human health. In 2023, Canada recorded its worst wildfire season ever, with fires releasing more than 290 million tons of carbon into the atmosphere.

Saudi Arabia to host biggest UN conference on land and drought

2024-02-01T00:59+0100GulfDailyNews (en)

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has signed an agreement witth the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) thus paving the way for the 16th session of the Convention’s Conference of the Parties (COP16) to be held in Riyadh from December 2 to 13, reported SPA.

Clusters of Atmospheric Rivers Amp Up California Storm Damages

2024-01-31T23:00+0100homelandsecuritynewswire (en)

Early in 2023, a series of storms dumped record-breaking amounts of rain and snow across California. Flooding, power outages, and mudslides from the deluge resulted in 21 deaths and over $3 billion in losses. The deluge resulted from streams of water vapor in the sky known as atmospheric rivers, which paraded over California one after another.

The Compost: ⯑ Climate change and the 2024 elections ⯑️

2024-01-31T22:19+0100dailybreeze (en)

Could it be a sign that climate change has finally become a “kitchen table” issue if campaigns are bothering to tout misleading claims about their candidate’s credentials on the topic? I wrote a story that ran over the weekend about different ways climate change will be on the ballot in California....

The Compost: ⯑ Climate change and the 2024 elections ⯑️

2024-01-31T22:16+0100dailynews (en)

Could it be a sign that climate change has finally become a “kitchen table” issue if campaigns are bothering to tout misleading claims about their candidate’s credentials on the topic? I wrote a story that ran over the weekend about different ways climate change will be on the ballot in California....

The Compost: ⯑ Climate change and the 2024 elections ⯑️

2024-01-31T22:10+0100whittierdailynews (en)

Could it be a sign that climate change has finally become a “kitchen table” issue if campaigns are bothering to tout misleading claims about their candidate’s credentials on the topic? I wrote a story that ran over the weekend about different ways climate change will be on the ballot in California....

Saudi Arabia To Host Largest-Ever UN Conference On Land And Drought

2024-01-31T19:11+0100menafn (en)

- EIN Presswire) H.E. Abdulrahman Abdulmohsen Alfadley, Saudi Minister of Environment, Water and Agriculture and COP16 President with UNCCD Executive Secretary Ibrahim Thiaw RIYADH, RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA, January 31, 2024 /EINPresswire / -- The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Nations....

Saudi Arabia to host largest-ever UN conference on land, drought

2024-01-31T16:16+0100GulfDailyNews (en)

Riyadh: The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) signed an agreement paving the way for the 16th session of the Convention’s Conference of the Parties (COP16) in Riyadh from 2-13 December 2024. The Riyadh COP16 will be the largest-ever meeting....

la crisi del settore si fa sentire Ups in rosso, sprofonda l'utile (-40%) In forte calo il big della logistica Usa

2024-01-31T15:59+0100affaritaliani (it)

UPS, un 2023 difficile per il gigante della distribuzione e logistica. Difficile il 2023 per UPS (United Parcel Service), il gigante della distribuzione e logistica con sede a New York, secondo i numeri ufficiali in mano alla SEC americana ( Securities and Exchange Commission). Profitti e ricavi in pesante calo.

Saudi Arabia to host UNCCD's largest COP-16 moot in Riyadh this year

2024-01-31T15:39+0100urdupoint (en)

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) on Wednesday signed an agreement paving the way for the 16th session of the Convention’s Conference of the Parties (COP16) in Riyadh from 2-13 December 2024.

Saudi Arabia to host UNCCD’s largest COP-16 moot in Riyadh this year

2024-01-31T15:01+0100app-en (en)

RIYADH, Jan 31 (APP): The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) on Wednesday signed an agreement paving the way for the 16th session of the Convention’s Conference of the Parties (COP16) in Riyadh from 2-13 December 2024.

Saudi Arabia to host the largest-ever COP16 in December

2024-01-31T13:41+0100saudigazette (en)

Saudi Gazette report RIYADH — Saudi Arabia and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) have officially inked an agreement, marking the commencement of preparations for the 16th session of the Convention’s Conference of the Parties (COP16), set to take place in Riyadh from December 2 to December 13, 2024.

Saudi Arabia to host largest-ever UN conference on land & drought

2024-01-31T12:25+0100thestatesman (en)

Taking place in the most water-scarce region and one that is severely affected by desertification and land degradation, the Riyadh COP16 will be held from 2-13 December 2024. The session will showcase efforts underway in Saudi Arabia, the Middle East region and beyond towards a green transition based on sustainable land stewardship.

Non nevica nè piove, Occhito si svuota e il livello del Liscione scende: lo scenario inquietante della siccità invernale in Molise

2024-01-31T09:27+0100primonumero (it)

Mentre dagli Stati Uniti arrivano immagini di ondate di gelo e copiose nevicate, il Molise deve fare i conti con temperature primaverili e gli invasi, in particolare quello di Occhito, che continuano a perdere acqua. Un deficit idrico preoccupante, segnalato dall’esperto meteorologo Gianfranco....

UN confirms Europe hit record high temperature in 2021

2024-01-31T06:26+0100terradaily (en)

The World Meteorological Organisation confirmed on Tuesday that continental Europe recorded in 2021 its highest ever temperature of 48.8 degrees Celsius (119.8 Fahrenheit), and warned that new extremes were expected. The searing heat on August 11, 2021, was nearly one degree Celsius higher than the....

Jayati Ghosh

2024-01-30T23:46+0100jordantimes (en)

WDELHI — India seems to be everyone’s favorite growth story nowadays. Despite valid concerns about the accuracy of official statistics, the Indian economy is projected to expand by 6.3 per cent in 2024, an undeniably remarkable feat given that its GDP exceeds $4.1 trillion.

UN Confirms Europe Hit Record High Temperature In 2021

2024-01-30T20:06+0100menafn (en)

- The Peninsula) AFP. Geneva: The World Meteorological Organisation confirmed on Tuesday that continental Europe recorded in 2021 its highest ever temperature of 48.8 degrees Celsius (119.8 Fahrenheit), and warned that new extremes were expected. The searing heat on August 11, 2021, was nearly one....

Climate migration is our new reality and new responsibility

2024-01-30T19:11+0100thehill (en)

All across the United States and the world, many of us are coming to understand that more extreme weather means we may need to move out of our homes and communities to find safety. In a recent survey by Forbes , nearly a third of Americans cited climate change as a reason for moving. In fact, 3.2 million U.

Shubenacadie Sam to Make Annual Weather Forecast

2024-01-30T16:01+0100novascotia (en)

Shubenacadie Wildlife Park’s popular groundhog, Shubenacadie Sam, will signal on Friday, February 2, whether it’s time to put away the shovels or keep them out for another six weeks of winter. Nova Scotians can join Sam for the groundhog’s annual forecast in person or watch it livestreamed on the park’s Facebook page.

MIL-OSI Canada: Shubenacadie Sam to Make Annual Weather Forecast

2024-01-30T15:33+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Shubenacadie Wildlife Park’s popular groundhog, Shubenacadie Sam, will signal on Friday, February 2, whether it’s time to put away the shovels or keep them out for another six weeks of winter. Nova Scotians can join Sam for the groundhog’s annual forecast in person or watch it livestreamed on the park’s Facebook page.

UN confirms Europe hit record high temperature in 2021

2024-01-30T15:21+0100guardian-ng (en)

The World Meteorological Organisation confirmed on Tuesday that continental Europe recorded in 2021 its highest ever temperature of 48.8 degrees Celsius (119.8 Fahrenheit), and warned that new extremes were expected. The searing heat on August 11, 2021, was nearly one degree Celsius higher than the....

Why is it important to protect forests?

2024-01-30T14:31+0100california18 (en)

Los forests They are important for a huge variety of reasons: they produce oxygen through photosynthesis, essential for respiration; they act as carbon sinks, helping to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and to mitigate climate change; provide natural habitats for a wide variety....

UN confirms Europe hit record high temperature in 2021

2024-01-30T14:28+0100thepeninsulaqatar (en)

Geneva: The World Meteorological Organisation confirmed on Tuesday that continental Europe recorded in 2021 its highest ever temperature of 48.8 degrees Celsius (119.8 Fahrenheit), and warned that new extremes were expected. The searing heat on August 11, 2021, was nearly one degree Celsius higher....

Agrivoltaics Revolution: Market Valued At USD 3.6 Billion In 2021, Eyes USD 9.3 Billion By 2031

2024-01-30T12:45+0100menafn (en)

- EIN Presswire) Agrivoltaics Market. Agrivoltaics Market Expected to Reach $9.3 Billion by 2031 - Allied Market Research The leading application of the Agrivoltaics Market is the crops segment.” - Allied Market Research. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, UNITED STATES, January 30, 2024 /EINPresswire / -- The....

UN confirms Europe hit record high temperature in 2021

2024-01-30T11:57+0100phys (en)

The World Meteorological Organisation confirmed on Tuesday that continental Europe recorded in 2021 its highest ever temperature of 48.8 degrees Celsius (119.8 Fahrenheit), and warned that new extremes were expected. The searing heat on August 11, 2021, was nearly one degree Celsius higher than the....

UN Confirms Europe Hit Record High Temperature In 2021

2024-01-30T11:50+0100ibtimes (en)

The World Meteorological Organisation confirmed on Tuesday that continental Europe recorded in 2021 its highest ever temperature of 48.8 degrees Celsius (119.8 Fahrenheit), and warned that new extremes were expected. The searing heat on August 11, 2021, was nearly one degree Celsius higher than the....

UN confirms Europe hit record high temperature in 2021

2024-01-30T11:39+0100heraldsun (en)

The World Meteorological Organisation confirmed on Tuesday that continental Europe recorded in 2021 its highest ever temperature of 48.8 degrees Celsius (119.8 Fahrenheit), and warned that new extremes were expected. The searing heat on August 11, 2021, was nearly one degree Celsius higher than the....

UN confirms Europe hit record high temperature in 2021

2024-01-30T11:30+0100digitaljournal (en)

The World Meteorological Organisation confirmed on Tuesday that continental Europe recorded in 2021 its highest ever temperature of 48.8 degrees Celsius (119.8 Fahrenheit), and warned that new extremes were expected. The searing heat on August 11, 2021, was nearly one degree Celsius higher than the....

UN confirms Europe hit record high temperature in 2021

2024-01-30T11:22+0100zawya-palestine (en)

The World Meteorological Organisation confirmed on Tuesday that continental Europe recorded in 2021 its highest ever temperature of 48.8 degrees Celsius (119.8 Fahrenheit), and warned that new extremes were expected. The searing heat on August 11, 2021, was nearly one degree Celsius higher than the....

UN confirms Europe hit record high temperature in 2021

2024-01-30T11:10+0100couriermail (en)

The World Meteorological Organisation confirmed on Tuesday that continental Europe recorded in 2021 its highest ever temperature of 48.8 degrees Celsius (119.8 Fahrenheit), and warned that new extremes were expected. The searing heat on August 11, 2021, was nearly one degree Celsius higher than the....

UN confirms Europe hit record high temperature in 2021

2024-01-30T11:06+0100rfi-en (en)

The searing heat on August 11, 2021, was nearly one degree Celsius higher than the previous record peak of 48C registered on July 10, 1977 in the Greek cities of Athens and Elefsina, it said. That 1977 record was not independently verified by the WMO. "An international panel of atmospheric....

Alarming Findings: Study Reveals Climate Change Poses Threat to Global Forest Carbon Sequestration

2024-01-30T04:34+0100indiaeducationdiary (en)

Climate change is reshaping forests differently across the United States , according to a new analysis of U.S. Forest Service data. With rising temperatures, escalating droughts, wildfires, and disease outbreaks taking a toll on trees, researchers warn that forests across the American West are bearing the brunt of the consequences.

Demographic Shifts and Carbon Emissions: Can Population Decline Solve Global Environmental Challenges?

2024-01-30T02:46+0100earth-org (en)

The UN expects that by 2050, populations in over 55 countries (mostly developed ones) will fall. Some environmentalists suggest that population decline could be the solution to pressing global environmental problems . This article explores how population growth is linked to carbon emissions and why....

Climate change threatens future of The Panama Canal

2024-01-29T21:58+0100newsroompanama (en)

Global shipping companies excited by the potential new routes that climate change and melting ice are opening up around the North Pole have gotten walloped by some unexpected bad news writes the Washington Post. The Panama Canal might be on its way out as one of the most critical routes of global trade, impaired by, yes, climate change.

MIL-OSI USA: Hickenlooper, Bennet, Polis, Neguse Celebrate Colorado Winning NSF Engine Funding

2024-01-29T18:03+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

US Senate News: Source: United States Senator for Colorado John Hickenlooper Designation could bring $160 million in federal funding to region Program created by recently-passed, bipartisan CHIPS and Science Act WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Senators John Hickenlooper, Michael Bennet, Governor Jared Polis, and Representative Joe Neguse welcomed the U.

Many forests may no longer be a carbon sink against climate change, American foresters warn

2024-01-29T14:26+0100yourweather (en)

A new study shows how climate change affects forest productivity in the United States . The results, far from favouring global optimism, ensure that forests could become sources of carbon. Forests are about to go from being one of the largest carbon sinks on the planet to sources of this element that causes climate change.

Mar Rosso, Mar Nero e Canale di Panama: l’UNCTAD lancia l’allarme sulle perturbazioni del commercio globale

2024-01-29T14:04+0100ilnautilus (it)

Ginevra . L’United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, l’UNCTAD, ha sollevato profonde preoccupazioni per l’escalation delle interruzioni del commercio globale. I recenti attacchi alle navi nel Mar Rosso, combinati con le tensioni geopolitiche che colpiscono la navigazione nel Mar Nero e....

New FAO leader Vows Strong Commitment to Sustainable Agriculture in Lao PDR

2024-01-29T09:45+0100kpl (en)

(KPL)The new Country Representative to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) last week made an official courtesy visit to the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry to further strengthen the long-standing and fruitful partnership between FAO and the Lao PDR, through the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (MAF).

UNFPA Yemen: “We lost everything”: In Yemen, a mother’s grief lays bare the human cost of the climate crisis [EN/AR]

2024-01-29T08:21+0100reliefWeb (en)

Taiz, YEMEN. “One day, when I was returning from fetching water, I collapsed on the road. I was bleeding so badly that I knew I was going to lose my baby.” Umm Mahra was 31 years old and five months pregnant when she was forced to seek refuge with her family in a remote displacement camp in Taiz, in Yemen’s southwestern highlands.

Singapore can help Laos realise its potential, says Vivian as the 2 nations mark 50 years of diplomatic ties

2024-01-27T15:07+0100straitstimesSG (en)

VIENTIANE – Laos has enormous economic potential despite its fiscal difficulties and will thrive if the right infrastructure and policy frameworks are in place, said Singapore’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Vivian Balakrishnan during his official visit to the country.

Gauteng residents warned to brace for severe thunderstorms, hail and flooding on Saturday

2024-01-27T13:03+0100citizen (en)

Gauteng residents have been warned to brace for the possibility of severe thunderstorms across the province for the entire day on Saturday. The warning comes amid scorching temperatures in the past week. Regional weather forecaster, Gauteng Weather, shared the details of the thunderstorms in a post on X.

Un incendio y lo que viene

2024-01-27T10:39+0100semana (es)

No es por minimizar lo sucedido esta semana en los cerros de Bogotá, pero los incendios son menores comparados con los de Canadá o Estados Unidos, producto del cambio climático. Afortunadamente, hay que decirlo, pues lo que estos incendios demostraron es, primero, lo poco preparados que estamos para....

Study Finds Climate Change Threatens Global Forest Carbon Sequestration

2024-01-27T08:09+0100indiaeducationdiary (en)

Climate change is reshaping forests differently across the United States , according to a new analysis of U.S. Forest Service data. With rising temperatures, escalating droughts, wildfires and disease outbreaks taking a toll on trees, researchers warn that forests across the American West are bearing the brunt of the consequences.

Con café, el canal de Panamá busca combatir deforestación y sequía

2024-01-26T22:14+0100voanoticias (es)

CAPIRA, PANAMÁ — El último día de diciembre de 1999, Estados Unidos devolvió a Panamá el control completo del canal que une los océanos Atántico y Pacífico en el continente americano. Fue una jornada de festejos en todo el istmo tras 84 años de presencia y administración estadounidense.

Global groundwater levels declining rapidly, but they can recover

2024-01-26T19:23+0100ucl (en)

Groundwater levels are declining at rapid and accelerating rates in numerous aquifers around the world, but the decline can be reversed in some cases, finds a new study involving researchers from University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB), UCL and ETH Zürich.

Con café, canal de panamá busca combatir deforestación y sequía

2024-01-26T15:26+0100lanacion-AR (es)

CAPIRA, Panamá, 26 ene (Reuters) - El último día de diciembre de 1999, Estados Unidos devolvió a Panamá el control completo del canal que lleva el nombre del país. Fue una jornada de festejos en todo el istmo tras 84 años de presencia y administración estadounidense.

The Azadi Briefing: Afghanistan's Warm Winter Triggers Warning Of Severe Drought

2024-01-26T14:54+0100rferl (en)

I'm Abubakar Siddique, senior correspondent at RFE/RL's Radio Azadi. Here's what I've been tracking and what I'm keeping an eye on in the days ahead. The Key Issue. The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has that an unseasonably dry and warm winter could have devastating consequences for Afghanistan.

Effetto Houthi sul Canale di Suez, la guerra in Ucraina e la siccità del Canale di Panama. Onu: “Commercfio mondiale travolto da una tempesta perfetta”

2024-01-26T10:39+0100zazoom-it (it)

(Di venerdì 26 gennaio 2024) Roma, 26 gennaio 2024 - Il commercio mondiale è nel bel mezzo di una " tempesta perfetta ", ha avvisato Jan Hoffman, capo della divisione tecnologica dell'Unctad, l'organizzazione delle Nazioni Unite per il commercio e lo sviluppo, alla stampa in videoconferenza dalla sede dell'Onu.

Effetto Houthi sul Canale di Suez, guerra in Ucraina e siccità a Panama. Onu: “Commercio mondiale travolto da una tempesta perfetta”

2024-01-26T10:39+0100zazoom-it (it)

(Di venerdì 26 gennaio 2024) Roma, 26 gennaio 2024 - Il Commercio mondiale è nel bel mezzo di una " tempesta perfetta ", ha avvisato Jan Hoffman, capo della divisione tecnologica dell'Unctad, l'organizzazione delle Nazioni Unite per il Commercio e lo sviluppo, alla stampa in videoconferenza dalla sede dell'Onu.

Effetto Houthi sul Canale di Suez, la guerra in Ucraina e la siccità del Canale di Panama. Onu: “Commercio mondiale travolto da una tempesta perfetta”

2024-01-26T10:03+0100quotidiano (it)

Roma, 26 gennaio 2024 - Il commercio mondiale è nel bel mezzo di una "tempesta perfetta" , ha avvisato Jan Hoffman , capo della divisione tecnologica dell'Unctad, l'organizzazione delle Nazioni Unite per il commercio e lo sviluppo, alla stampa in videoconferenza dalla sede dell'Onu.

Raytheon

2024-01-26T07:46+0100rtx (en)

Near his home in metro Denver, Miller has access to modest lakes and streams. Larger bodies of water, like the Colorado, Rio Grande and Arkansas rivers that provide the region with vital resources, are a little farther away. Understanding the effects of severe weather on those rivers has become critical, he said.

Colombia asks the UN for help in the face of a natural fire disaster

2024-01-26T02:08+0100california18 (en)

BOGOTA.- Colombia He asked the member countries of the United Nations for help to extinguish around thirty forest fires that are ravaging several regions and drowning the capital, Bogotá, in smoke. “We are going to ask the United Nations for support. There is a protocol for this, it will be....

A dry Panama Canal shows how climate change will scramble globalization

2024-01-26T01:32+0100WashingtonPost (en)

Global shipping companies excited by the potential new routes that climate change and melting ice are opening up around the North Pole have gotten walloped by some unexpected bad news. The Panama Canal might be on its way out as one of the most critical routes of global trade, impaired by, yes, climate change.

Snowmaking Technology Can Help Ski Resorts Experiencing Lack of Snow Due to Rising Temperatures

2024-01-25T23:49+0100natureworldnews (en)

Ski resorts in Spain found ways to improve the snow as climate change and rising temperatures became challenging areas that needed more snow, according to recent reports. Resorts faced difficult situations due to climate change, impacting the snow needed for snowboarding and skiing.

Unlocking Manicaland’s irrigation potential

2024-01-25T23:44+0100manicapost (en)

Likewise, the rehabilitation of Cashel Valley (602ha) is in progress and above 75 percent complete. The rehabilitation is being funded to the tune of US$5.2 million under from the Small-holder Irrigation Revitalisation Programme (SIRP) which is funded by Government in partnership with IFAD.

Atmospheric rivers, explained

2024-01-25T23:18+0100nationalgeographic (en)

In the coming weeks , buckets of rain are likely to batter California. The culprit? Atmospheric rivers. The rains are born far away, deep in the tropical Pacific, where water evaporated from the warm ocean surface is absorbed into the atmosphere. These drenched parcels of air parcel flow sinuously....

Global groundwater levels declining rapidly, but they can recover

2024-01-25T22:08+0100geog (en)

Groundwater levels are declining at rapid and accelerating rates in numerous aquifers around the world, but the decline can be reversed in some cases, finds a new study involving researchers from University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB), UCL and ETH Zürich.

Zimbabwe Hopeful UN Cholera Vaccines Will Contain Outbreak

2024-01-25T12:36+0100thezimbabwean (en)

HARARE, ZIMBABWE — Zimbabwean health authorities — battling a cholera outbreak that has infected about 20,000 people and killed more than 370 — say they hope donated vaccines will ease the spread of waterborne disease now affecting 60 of the country’s 64 districts.

Zimbabwe Hopeful UN Cholera Vaccines Will Contain Outbreak

2024-01-25T11:01+0100zimbabwesituation (en)

HARARE, ZIMBABWE — Zimbabwean health authorities — battling a cholera outbreak that has infected about 20,000 people and killed more than 370 — say they hope donated vaccines will ease the spread of waterborne disease now affecting 60 of the country’s 64 districts.

Uzbekistan's accession to the Protocol on Water and Health opens new opportunities for stronger action on water, sanitation, hygiene and health

2024-01-25T06:50+0100reliefWeb (en)

Uzbekistan has joined to the UNECE-WHO/Europe Protocol on Water and Health, thereby becoming its 29th Party and the first country in Central Asia to join this treaty. Accession to the Protocol is expected to serve as a catalyst to further drive and streamline national action on water, sanitation,....

Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Hopeful UN Cholera Vaccines Will Contain Outbreak

2024-01-25T06:43+0100allafrica (en)

Harare, Zimbabwe Zimbabwean health authorities -- battling a cholera outbreak that has infected about 20,000 people and killed more than 370 -- say they hope donated vaccines will ease the spread of waterborne disease now affecting 60 of the country's 64 districts.

Zimbabwe hopeful UN cholera vaccines will contain outbreak

2024-01-25T06:09+0100newzimbabwe (en)

Zimbabwean health authorities — battling a cholera outbreak that has infected about 20,000 people and killed more than 370 — say they hope donated vaccines will ease the spread of waterborne disease now affecting 60 of the country’s 64 districts. Zimbabwean Health Minister Douglas Mombeshora told....

Zimbabwe Hopeful UN Cholera Vaccines Will Contain Outbreak

2024-01-24T23:45+0100voazimbabwe (en)

HARARE, ZIMBABWE — Zimbabwean health authorities — battling a cholera outbreak that has infected about 20,000 people and killed more than 370 — say they hope donated vaccines will ease the spread of waterborne disease now affecting 60 of the country’s 64 districts.

Company seeking to mine near Okefenokee will pay $20,000 to settle claims for environmental violations

2024-01-24T22:31+0100whatsnew2day (en)

SAVANNAH, Ga. — The company seeking permits to mine minerals near the edge of the Okefenokee Swamp and its vast wildlife refuge has agreed to pay a $20,000 fine to Georgia environmental regulators, who say the company violated state laws by collecting soil samples. for your permit application.

Zimbabwe Hopeful UN Cholera Vaccines Will Contain Outbreak

2024-01-24T22:04+0100kenyastar (en)

Harare, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwean health authorities - battling a cholera outbreak that has infected about 20,000 people and killed more than 370 - say they hope donated vaccines will ease the spread of waterborne disease now affecting 60 of the country's 64 districts.

Zimbabwe Hopeful UN Cholera Vaccines Will Contain Outbreak

2024-01-24T21:58+0100cambodiantimes (en)

Harare, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwean health authorities - battling a cholera outbreak that has infected about 20,000 people and killed more than 370 - say they hope donated vaccines will ease the spread of waterborne disease now affecting 60 of the country's 64 districts.

Zimbabwe Hopeful UN Cholera Vaccines Will Contain Outbreak

2024-01-24T21:36+0100manilametro (en)

Harare, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwean health authorities - battling a cholera outbreak that has infected about 20,000 people and killed more than 370 - say they hope donated vaccines will ease the spread of waterborne disease now affecting 60 of the country's 64 districts.

Zimbabwe Hopeful UN Cholera Vaccines Will Contain Outbreak

2024-01-24T21:35+0100myanmarnews (en)

Harare, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwean health authorities - battling a cholera outbreak that has infected about 20,000 people and killed more than 370 - say they hope donated vaccines will ease the spread of waterborne disease now affecting 60 of the country's 64 districts.

Zimbabwe Hopeful UN Cholera Vaccines Will Contain Outbreak

2024-01-24T21:34+0100northernirelandnews (en)

Harare, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwean health authorities - battling a cholera outbreak that has infected about 20,000 people and killed more than 370 - say they hope donated vaccines will ease the spread of waterborne disease now affecting 60 of the country's 64 districts.

Zimbabwe Hopeful UN Cholera Vaccines Will Contain Outbreak

2024-01-24T21:31+0100nigeriasun (en)

Harare, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwean health authorities - battling a cholera outbreak that has infected about 20,000 people and killed more than 370 - say they hope donated vaccines will ease the spread of waterborne disease now affecting 60 of the country's 64 districts.

Zimbabwe Hopeful UN Cholera Vaccines Will Contain Outbreak

2024-01-24T21:30+0100singaporestar (en)

Harare, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwean health authorities - battling a cholera outbreak that has infected about 20,000 people and killed more than 370 - say they hope donated vaccines will ease the spread of waterborne disease now affecting 60 of the country's 64 districts.

Zimbabwe Hopeful UN Cholera Vaccines Will Contain Outbreak

2024-01-24T21:27+0100longbeachstar (en)

Harare, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwean health authorities - battling a cholera outbreak that has infected about 20,000 people and killed more than 370 - say they hope donated vaccines will ease the spread of waterborne disease now affecting 60 of the country's 64 districts.

Zimbabwe Hopeful UN Cholera Vaccines Will Contain Outbreak

2024-01-24T21:22+0100srilankasource (en)

Harare, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwean health authorities - battling a cholera outbreak that has infected about 20,000 people and killed more than 370 - say they hope donated vaccines will ease the spread of waterborne disease now affecting 60 of the country's 64 districts.

Zimbabwe Hopeful UN Cholera Vaccines Will Contain Outbreak

2024-01-24T20:39+0100voanews (en)

Harare, Zimbabwe — Zimbabwean health authorities — battling a cholera outbreak that has infected about 20,000 people and killed more than 370 — say they hope donated vaccines will ease the spread of waterborne disease now affecting 60 of the country’s 64 districts.

Western US Seeing Extreme Weather 'Unprecedented' in 500 Years

2024-01-24T20:05+0100newsweek-USA (en)

Droughts in the Western U.S. have risen to an "unprecedented" level since the 16th century, a new study has revealed. "Hot drought" refers to concurrent drought conditions that are stretching across the country, largely because of climate change. The study from multi-institutional researchers,....

What a hand-cranked drill just revealed about the West’s ‘megadrought’

2024-01-24T20:02+0100WashingtonPost (en)

“Our findings now demonstrate that the record high temperatures driving recent ‘hot droughts’ are indeed unique and the human fingerprint on these events implicates us in their intensity and their consequences,” said Kevin Anchukaitis, a professor at the University of Arizona who co-authored the paper with King.

A Historic and Devastating Drought in the Amazon Was Caused by Climate Change, Researchers Say A new report untangles the impact of global warming on an “exceptional” drought across the world’s largest land-based carbon sink. By Georgina Gustin

2024-01-24T18:28+0100insideclimatenews (en)

Climate change was the primary driver of a massive drought in the Amazon basin in 2023 and will likely cause future extreme droughts, with potentially dire consequences for global efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new report from World Weather Attribution.

Groundwater Levels Around the World Are Dropping Quickly, Often at Accelerating Rates Rapid declines are most common in aquifers under croplands in drier regions, including California, the most extensive analysis of groundwater trends so far shows. By Liza Gross

2024-01-24T18:28+0100insideclimatenews (en)

Still, the news is not all bad. Long-term groundwater losses are “neither universal nor inevitable,” the team notes. “Rapid and accelerating groundwater declines are, unfortunately, widespread globally,” said Scott Jasechko, a water resources expert at U.C. Santa Barbara who co-led the study.

L’Ue unita per la difesa del Mar Rosso, intanto Panama è a secco

2024-01-24T17:31+0100kmetro0 (it)

K metro 0 – Suez – A partire da metà dicembre 2023, l’Unione europea ha deciso di lanciare una missione navale per proteggere le navi mercantili dagli attacchi dei ribelli houthisti al largo delle coste dello Yemen, nel Mar Rosso, attraverso il quale passa il 70% delle importazioni europee dall’Asia.

Namibia hosts AMHEWAS training workshop

2024-01-24T17:27+0100windhoek-observer (en)

Niël Terblanché. In a significant stride towards effective disaster risk management and environmental sustainability, Namibia, for the first time ever, hosted a training workshop on the Africa Multi-Hazard Early Warning and Early Action System (AMHEWAS).

Global Groundwater Levels Fall Rapidly, Recovery Possible

2024-01-24T12:18+0100miragenews (en)

Groundwater levels are declining at rapid and accelerating rates in numerous aquifers around the world, but the decline can be reversed in some cases, finds a new study involving researchers from University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB), UCL and ETH Zürich.

Mozambique: US environment agency recognises Maputo's commitment

2024-01-24T11:14+0100clubofmozambique (en)

The administrator of the US government’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Michael S. Regan, recognised on Tuesday Mozambique’s commitment to environmental preservation, which is why the institution is going to study support for the country. “We’re going to pursue that.

Somalia, UN seek 5.6 mln USD for cholera response amid new deaths

2024-01-23T23:26+0100english-news-cn (en)

MOGADISHU, Jan. 23 (Xinhua) -- Somalia and the United Nations partners said they have developed a six-month plan that requires 5.6 million U.S. dollars to scale up cholera response activities in the country. The World Health Organization (WHO) said at least nine people died of acute watery diarrhea....

Somalia, UN seek 5.6 mln USD for cholera response amid new deaths

2024-01-23T23:24+0100xinhuanet-english (en)

MOGADISHU, Jan. 23 (Xinhua) -- Somalia and the United Nations partners said they have developed a six-month plan that requires 5.6 million U.S. dollars to scale up cholera response activities in the country. The World Health Organization (WHO) said at least nine people died of acute watery diarrhea....

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)

2024-01-23T21:14+0100africa-newsroom (en)

A three-year partnership with the EU in the southern African nation of Eswatini is improving food security through cash assistance, climate-smart farming and epidemic prevention. In the Lubombo region of Eswatini, near the town of Big Bend, 39-year-old Bongani Masuku looks over at his field of maize.

World Economic Forum report says climate crisis may cause 14.5 million deaths by 2050

2024-01-23T18:37+0100khmertimes (en)

Despite the stark findings, there is still time for global stakeholders to take decisive, strategic action to counter these forecasts and mitigate the health impacts of climate change globally. The report, Quantifying the Impact of Climate Change on Human Health, developed in collaboration with....

Somalia, UN seek 5.6 mln USD for cholera response amid new deaths

2024-01-23T18:20+0100china.org.cn (en)

MOGADISHU, Jan. 23 (Xinhua) -- Somalia and the United Nations partners said they have developed a six-month plan that requires 5.6 million U.S. dollars to scale up cholera response activities in the country. The World Health Organization (WHO) said at least nine people died of acute watery diarrhea....

Social Media Makes People Unhappy and Stressed, New Study

2024-01-23T07:35+0100aawsat (en)

The Earth is getting hotter as a result of climate change and high temperatures lead to unusual fluctuations, most notably prolonged, multi-seasonal droughts, which exacerbate the phenomenon of acute food insecurity in various regions around the world, due to their direct effects on crops.

MIL-OSI USA: Sinema, Bipartisan Western Senators Call for Measures Addressing Long-Term Drought in Upcoming Farm Bill

2024-01-23T02:25+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

US Senate News: Source: United States Senator Kyrsten Sinema (Arizona) Bipartisan group of senators detailed the impact of long-term drought on the American West WASHINGTON – Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema and a bipartisan group of Western senators urged U.S.

Records show planet’s warming accelerating, worries increasing

2024-01-22T21:03+0100clickondetroit (en)

Land and ocean temperatures were warmer than normal in 2023, including record-breaking air temperatures. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) reported that 2023 was the hottest year on record. (NOAA NCEI, NOAA NCEI) As Southeast Michigan endures cold temperatures, this is a great time to discuss the warming planet.

By 2050, climate change will cause over 14 million deaths and trillions of dollars in economic losses

2024-01-21T10:26+0100yourweather (en)

Climate change is already responsible for great economic and human life losses, but these numbers may increase even more by 2050. The climate crisis is a health crisis, and is generating a vicious cycle of disease, economic devastation and suffering. This report makes it clear that we still need to....

Panama Canal traffic cut by more than a third because of drought

2024-01-21T06:37+0100jamaica-gleaner (en)

A severe drought that began last year has forced authorities to slash ship crossings by 36 per cent in the Panama Canal, one of the world’s most important trade routes. The new cuts announced Wednesday by authorities in Panama are set to deal an even greater economic blow than previously expected.

A perfect storm brews

2024-01-20T06:59+0100thereporterethiopia (en)

With none of her six family members by her side, she was once compelled to leave her village due to drought and sought refuge in Wolkaite, where she resided for ten years on the other side of the Tekeze River. However, the war in Tigray forced her to return to her birthplace.

New Jersey American Water Files Rate Request Driven by Over $1.3 Billion in Investment

2024-01-20T03:06+0100fuelsandlubes (en)

Request reinforces company’s commitment to providing safe, clean reliable and affordable service. CAMDEN, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–New Jersey American Water filed a petition today with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) requesting new rates, driven by more than $1.

New Jersey American Water Files Rate Request Driven by Over $1.3 Billion in Investment

2024-01-19T22:20+0100lelezard (en)

New Jersey American Water filed a petition today with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) requesting new rates, driven by more than $1.3 billion in capital investments through December 2024, to continue providing safe and reliable service. The company continues to make needed investments....

New Jersey American Water Files Rate Request Driven by Over $1.3 Billion in Investment

2024-01-19T22:19+01004-traders (en)

New Jersey American Water filed a petition today with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) requesting new rates, driven by more than $1.3 billion in capital investments through December 2024, to continue providing safe and reliable service. The company continues to make needed investments....

New Jersey American Water Files Rate Request Driven by Over $1.3 Billion in Investment

2024-01-19T22:16+0100streetinsider (en)

Request reinforces company’s commitment to providing safe, clean reliable and affordable service. CAMDEN, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- New Jersey American Water filed a petition today with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) requesting new rates, driven by more than $1.

Peer-to-peer exchange on drought management in Latin America and the Caribbean

2024-01-19T18:08+0100unccd-int (en)

ONLINE; 30 January 2024. This event showcases various drought management initiatives across Latin America and the Caribbean. It brings together experts, policy makers and scientists who will share how droughts impact and manifest themselves in their respective countries and localities.

More upheaval for global shipping as Panama Canal cuts traffic due to drought

2024-01-19T16:20+0100CBC (en)

With shipping companies already dealing with disruptions in the Red Sea due to attacks on ships, word comes that another important trade route is being forced to curtail traffic. A severe drought that began last year has forced authorities to slash ship crossings in the Panama Canal by 36 per cent.

Dip in Panama Canal water levels forces costly cut in ship crossings

2024-01-19T09:06+0100arkansasonline (en)

PANAMA CITY -- A severe drought that began last year has forced authorities to lower the number of ship crossings by 36% in the Panama Canal, one of the world's most important trade routes. The new cuts announced Wednesday by authorities in Panama are set to deal an even greater economic blow than previously expected.

Panama Canal traffic cut by more than a third because of drought

2024-01-19T07:41+0100startribune (en)

PANAMA CITY — A severe drought that began last year has forced authorities to slash ship crossings by 36% in the Panama Canal, one of the world's most important trade routes. The new cuts announced Wednesday by authorities in Panama are set to deal an even greater economic blow than previously expected.

Indonesia Anxious 2045

2024-01-19T05:04+0100kompas-id (en)

Unfortunately, agriculture 20 years ago and now are no longer the same. Water sources have depleted significantly, seasons are no longer regular, and pests are becoming more prevalent. Every planting season, my family (and other farmers) always worry about water.

China Meteorological Administration releases "Top Ten Domestic and International Weather and Climate Events in 2023"

2024-01-19T04:09+0100tellerreport (en)

2024-01-19T03:06:14.150Z. Highlights: China Meteorological Administration releases "Top Ten Domestic and International Weather and Climate Events in 2023" China will have obvious warm and dry climate characteristics, with frequent and severe extreme weather events, creating many record-breaking events.

The drop in Panama Canal traffic due to a severe drought could cost up to $700 million

2024-01-19T03:09+0100manilatimes (en)

PANAMA CITY: A severe drought that began last year has forced authorities to slash ship crossings by 36% in the Panama Canal, one of the world's most important trade routes. The new cuts announced Wednesday by authorities in Panama are set to deal an even greater economic blow than previously expected.

Overcome climate challenges: A call for united strength

2024-01-19T02:21+0100gnlm (en)

On 12 January 2024, the United Nations issued a stern warning to all nations, highlighting the anticipated rise in global temperatures for the year, driven by the impacts of El Nino. This projection, surpassing the record set in 2023, underscores the urgent need for collective efforts to curtail....

Climate change could cut half-year off life expectancy, study says

2024-01-19T00:43+0100foxweather (en)

The study from New York's New School and Shaljalal University published Thursday in the journal PLOS Climate also said that females will likely bear the brunt of the decrease in life expectancy. "The findings of this study suggest that if the annual average temperature increases by 1 degree Celsius (1.

Drop in Panama Canal traffic due to drought could cost $700 million

2024-01-18T23:59+0100finance-commerce (en)

PANAMA CITY — A severe drought that began last year has forced authorities to slash ship crossings by 36% in the Panama Canal, one of the world’s most important trade routes. The new cuts announced Wednesday by authorities in Panama are set to deal an even greater economic blow than previously expected.

Severe drought causes major drop in Panama Canal traffic which could cost millions of dollars

2024-01-18T19:57+0100wionews (en)

Panama Canal has been hit by a severe drought that began last year. It has forced authorities to slash ship crossings by 36 per cent in the Panama Canal. A report by The Associated Press mentioned that the new cuts were announced Wednesday (Jan 17) by authorities in Panama.

The drop in Panama Canal traffic due to a severe drought could cost up to $700 million

2024-01-18T17:52+0100elpais-en (en)

A severe drought that began last year has forced authorities to slash ship crossings by 36% in the Panama Canal, one of the world’s most important trade routes. The new cuts announced Wednesday by authorities in Panama are set to deal an even greater economic blow than previously expected.

Climate Change: A Threat to US Forest Carbon Storage

2024-01-18T17:27+0100environmentalleader (en)

In a strikingly dichotomous portrayal of American forest health, recent research reveals the contrasting effects of climate change on forests in the Western and Eastern United States . Forests are globally acknowledged as critical carbon sinks, instrumental in absorbing approximately a quarter of human-generated carbon emissions annually.

The drop in Panama Canal traffic due to a severe drought could cost up to $700 million PANAMA CITY (AP) — A severe drought that began last year has forced authorities to slash ship crossings by 36% in the Panama Canal, one of the world's most important trade routes. Jan 18, 2024 6:51 AM Read more >

2024-01-18T16:07+0100timescolonist (en)

PANAMA CITY (AP) — A severe drought that began last year has forced authorities to slash ship crossings by 36% in the Panama Canal, one of the world's most important trade routes. The new cuts announced Wednesday by authorities in Panama are set to deal an even greater economic blow than previously expected.

Drought-induced drop in Panama Canal traffic could cost up to US$700 million

2024-01-18T16:02+0100bnnbloomberg (en)

PANAMA CITY — A severe drought that began last year has forced authorities to slash ship crossings by 36 per cent in the Panama Canal, one of the world's most important trade routes. The new cuts announced Wednesday by authorities in Panama are set to deal an even greater economic blow than previously expected.

Il 2023 è stato un anno nero la crisi climatica, in Italia un evento estremo al giorno

2024-01-18T13:48+0100quifinanza (it)

Tempeste devastanti nel 2023: l’Italia tra i paesi più colpiti. Nel 2023 le tempeste hanno provocato danni enormi, soprattutto negli Stati Uniti e in Europa. L’Italia è stata una delle nazioni più danneggiate . Le perdite economiche causate da venti e alluvioni sono state di 76 miliardi di dollari,....

UN seeks humanitarian support for Ethiopians

2024-01-18T12:56+0100radionigeria (en)

The UN estimated 20 million people require food assistance in Ethiopia due to conflicts, droughts, and flooding. Photo-OXFAM. The United Nation’s humanitarian Agency is seeking more fund and humanitarian support in response to drought in Ethiopia. UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian....

Un miglio di buone ragioni per puntare sui cereali minori

2024-01-18T09:13+0100ilmanifesto (it)

È come una generosa, antica famiglia. Cittadina del mondo, un po’ decaduta ma frugale e resistente. Nel suo anno internazionale, il 2023, deciso dall’Assemblea delle Nazioni unite, viene definita in inglese con il plurale millets. Parliamo di miglio per indicare gruppo eterogeneo di cereali dai....

2023 warmest year on record

2024-01-18T06:13+0100downtoearth (en)

2023 broke the record for the planet’s hottest year by a significant margin and is likely the world’s warmest in the last 100,000 years, according to the European Union’s climate agency. The average temperature in 2023 was 0.17 degrees Celsius (℃) higher than in 2016, the previous warmest year. On average, the planet was 1.

Climate Change Threatens Global Forest Carbon Sequestration, Study Finds

2024-01-17T23:11+0100enn (en)

Climate change is reshaping forests differently across the United States , according to a new analysis of U.S. Forest Service data. Climate change is reshaping forests differently across the United States, according to a new analysis of U.S. Forest Service data.

Climate change in South China Sea will impact global weather: experts

2024-01-17T20:22+0100benarnews (en)

The impact of climate change in the South China Sea and its surrounding areas on the local and global weather system could be “profound,” new scientific research has found. The “unique characteristics” of climate change in the South China Sea and surrounding area (SCSSA) – such as the Pacific and....

Con Chim: l’isola vietnamita dimenticata dallo sviluppo agricolo che ora ispira il Paese

2024-01-17T18:49+0100lindipendente (it)

Negli anni in cui il Vietnam correva verso lo sviluppo industriale e intensivo della propria economia, dopo la fine della guerra contro gli Stati Uniti, gran parte del Delta del Mekong venne rimodellato per supportare l’agricoltura di scala, promuovendo metodi di coltivazione industriale volti a....

Climate Crisis May Cause 14.5 Million Deaths By 2050

2024-01-17T18:20+0100eurasiareview (en)

developed in collaboration with Oliver Wyman, analyses the climate crisis through a new lens by providing a detailed picture of the indirect impact climate change will have on human health, the global economy and healthcare systems around the world, and offering actionable strategies to mitigate and prepare for this looming threat.

Cases of chikungunya and Zika fall in Brazil, but most risk clusters exhibit an upward trend: Study just added

2024-01-17T17:32+0100medicalxpress (en)

Analysis of occurrence and co-occurrence patterns shows the highest-risk clusters of chikungunya and Zika in Brazil spreading from the Northeast to the Center-West and coastal areas of São Paulo state and Rio de Janeiro state in the Southeast between 2018 and 2021 and increasing again in the Northeast between 2019 and 2021.

Chikungunya, Zika Cases Drop in Brazil, Risk Clusters Rise

2024-01-17T16:32+0100miragenews (en)

Analysis of occurrence and co-occurrence patterns shows the highest-risk clusters of chikungunya and zika in Brazil spreading from the Northeast to the Center-West and coastal areas of São Paulo state and Rio de Janeiro state in the Southeast between 2018 and 2021, and increasing again in the Northeast between 2019 and 2021.

17-Jan-2024 Cases of chikungunya and zika fall in Brazil, but most risk clusters exhibit an upward trend Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo Peer-Reviewed Publication Researchers at the University of São Paulo and São Paulo state’s Center for Epidemiological Surveillance observed....

2024-01-17T16:25+0100eurekalert (en)

in Scientific Reports by researchers at the University of São Paulo’s School of Public Health (FSP-USP) and São Paulo state’s Center for Epidemiological Surveillance (CVE) who analyzed spatial-temporal patterns of occurrence and co-occurrence of the two arboviral diseases in all Brazilian....

Carbon Sinks in Crisis: Climate Change Threatens Global Forest CO2 Sequestration

2024-01-17T14:33+0100scitechdaily (en)

A new study shows that climate change is disproportionately affecting U.S. forests, particularly in the West, where adverse effects like reduced tree growth are prominent. This trend challenges the forests’ role as carbon sinks and highlights the urgent need for greenhouse gas emission reductions and forest conservation.

Agriculture can play a central role in climate action- UN's FAO

2024-01-17T13:20+0100en-africanews (en)

In the face of rising global tempeatures experts are highligting the role of Agriculture in climate action while ensuring global food security. This comes as 2023 was confirmed to be the warmest year on record. Kaveh Zahedi, Director of the Office of Climate Change, Biodiversity and Environment,....

Climate change in South China Sea will have global weather impact: experts

2024-01-17T12:23+0100rfa (en)

The impact of climate change in the South China Sea and its surrounding areas on the local and global weather system could be “profound,” new scientific research has found. The “unique characteristics” of climate change in the South China Sea and surrounding area (SCSSA) – such as the Indo-Pacific....

2024: año de riesgos climáticos

2024-01-17T08:21+0100eleconomista-mx (es)

2023 fue el año más caliente de la historia. Se rompió el récord que tenía el 2016 y abrimos la puerta a escenas dantescas en todo el mundo. El año pasado tuvimos incendios en bosques de Canadá y Grecia. Inundaciones en Libia. En Estados Unidos se reportaron 25 eventos de clima extremo, incluyendo huracanes, incendios, tornados y olas de calor.

This is the race to achieve reliable long-term weather predictions

2024-01-17T05:22+0100kiratas (en)

Effect of a recent flood recorded in Budapest, in an image taken this December 28. Zoltan Balogh (EFE) The consequences of efficient weather forecasting go far beyond planning a vacation. Having precise data over a long period of time, beyond the three days currently assumed by the most reliable....

Lack of snow sparks worry for drought-hit Afghanistan

2024-01-17T03:26+0100dawn (en)

KABUL: Afghanistan saw almost no snow as of mid-January, a new sign of the heavy toll of global warming on the Central Asian country which is usually accustomed to harsh winters, experts say. The exceptionally low level of rain in a country that relies heavily on agriculture has forced many farmers to delay planting.

Study finds climate change poses a threat to global forest carbon sequestration

2024-01-16T23:29+0100vervetimes (en)

A new analysis of U.S. Forest Service data shows that climate change is affecting forests in different ways across the United States . Rising temperatures, escalating droughts, wildfires, and disease outbreaks are impacting trees, with forests in the American West experiencing the most significant consequences.

Secretary Blinken’s Remarks at a World Economic Forum Event: Treating Soil as a Precious Resource – United States Department of State

2024-01-16T20:55+0100foreignpolicywatchdog (en)

SECRETARY BLINKEN: John, thank you very much. (Applause.) Thank you. Thank you. Good afternoon. John, my old friend, thank you very, very much. And as always, here, it’s particularly good to be with leaders from across government, business, civil society. So when you think about soil, the U.S.

MIL-OSI USA: Hickenlooper, Bennet, Fischer, Bipartisan Colleagues Call for Long-Term Drought Solutions in Farm Bill

2024-01-16T20:39+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

US Senate News: Source: United States Senator for Colorado John Hickenlooper WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Senators John Hickenlooper, Michael Bennet, Deb Fischer called on U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry leaders to address long-term drought in the upcoming Farm Bill, along with 14 bipartisan Senate colleagues.

MIL-OSI USA: Merkley, Wyden Join Colleagues’ Bipartisan Call to Address Long-Term Drought in Farm Bill

2024-01-16T20:18+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

US Senate News: Source: United States Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore) January 16, 2024 Washington, D.C. — Oregon’s U.S. Senators Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden joined U.S. Senators Michael Bennet (D-CO) and Deb Fischer (R-NE) in a bipartisan effort calling on the Senate Agriculture Committee to address long-term drought in the upcoming farm bill.

Secretary Blinken’s Remarks at a World Economic Forum Event: Treating Soil as a Precious Resource

2024-01-16T19:53+0100state-gov (en)

SECRETARY BLINKEN: John, thank you very much. (Applause.) Thank you. Thank you. Good afternoon. John, my old friend, thank you very, very much. And as always, here, it’s particularly good to be with leaders from across government, business, civil society. So when you think about soil, the U.S.

MIL-OSI USA: Secretary Blinken’s Remarks at a World Economic Forum Event: Treating Soil as a Precious Resource

2024-01-16T19:50+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

SECRETARY BLINKEN: John, thank you very much. (Applause.) Thank you. Thank you. Good afternoon. John, my old friend, thank you very, very much. And as always, here, it’s particularly good to be with leaders from across government, business, civil society. So when you think about soil, the U.S.

Blinken at WEF Event: Soil Treated as Vital Resource

2024-01-16T19:41+0100miragenews (en)

SECRETARY BLINKEN: John, thank you very much. (Applause.) Thank you. Thank you. Good afternoon. John, my old friend, thank you very, very much. And as always, here, it's particularly good to be with leaders from across government, business, civil society. So when you think about soil, the U.S.

Climate Crisis May Cause 14.5 Million Deaths by 2050

2024-01-16T18:18+0100moderndiplomacy (en)

A new World Economic Forum report, published today, warns that by 2050 climate change may cause an additional 14.5 million deaths and $12.5 trillion in economic losses worldwide. Despite the stark findings, there is still time for global stakeholders to take decisive, strategic action to counter....

Chilean President welcomes CELAC meeting on food security

2024-01-16T16:58+0100plenglish (en)

More than 80 delegates from 23 countries are attending the meeting of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) taking place here at the regional headquarters of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Boric addressed the event from the region of....

Uzbekistan joins the Protocol on Water and Health

2024-01-16T14:54+0100smartwatermagazine (en)

The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) was set up in 1947 by ECOSOC. It is one of five regional commissions of the United Nations. Uzbekistan has joined to the UNECE-WHO/Europe Protocol on Water and Health , thereby becoming its 29th Party and the first country in Central Asia to join this treaty.

Sudan: Climate Change a Priority in Sudan - Among Those Who Have Heard of It

2024-01-16T14:01+0100allafrica (en)

Citizens aware of climate change say action is needed from government, developed countries, business and industry, and ordinary people. Key findings More than half (51%) of Sudanese say flooding has become more severe in their region over the past decade. About four in 10 citizens (39%) say the same about droughts.

Global cooperation needed to curb climate crisis, save 14.5 mn lives: WEF

2024-01-16T13:35+0100business-standard (en)

Disasters intensified by the climate crisis may lead to USD 12.5 trillion economic losses and 14.5 million deaths worldwide by 2050, a new World Economic Forum analysis warned on Tuesday. But, there is still time for global stakeholders to take decisive and strategic action to counter these....

Health cost of climate change will climb to $12.5 trillion by 2050

2024-01-16T11:58+0100mg (en)

By Sarah Smit In 2022, KwaZulu-Natal was hit by the most catastrophic floods on record, which led to 459 fatalities. Photo: Delwyn Verasamy. B y 2050, climate change will probably cause an additional 14.5 million deaths and $12.5 trillion in health-related economic losses worldwide, according to a....

Global cooperation needed to curb climate crisis, save up to 14.5 mn lives by 2050: WEF

2024-01-16T11:32+0100devdiscourse (en)

Disasters intensified by the climate crisis may lead to USD 12.5 trillion economic losses and 14.5 million deaths worldwide by 2050, a new World Economic Forum analysis warned on Tuesday. But, there is still time for global stakeholders to take decisive and strategic action to counter these....

News Low Groundwater Levels Are a Growing Issue for US Farmers Amid Droughts

2024-01-16T11:04+0100technologynetworks (en)

Three decades of data have informed a new Nebraska-led study that shows how the depletion of groundwater — the same that many farmers rely on for irrigation — can threaten food production amid drought and drier climes. The study found that, due in part to the challenges of extracting groundwater, an....

Climate Crisis May Cause 14.5 Million Deaths by 2050

2024-01-16T10:17+0100miragenews (en)

. Share on social media using the hashtag #wef24. Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, 16 January 2024 - A new World Economic Forum report, published today, warns that by 2050 climate change may cause an additional 14.5 million deaths and $12.5 trillion in economic losses worldwide.

Climate change threatens global forest carbon sequestration, study finds

2024-01-16T07:08+0100terradaily (en)

Climate change is reshaping forests differently across the United States , according to a new analysis of U.S. Forest Service data. With rising temperatures, escalating droughts, wildfires, and disease outbreaks taking a toll on trees, researchers warn that forests across the American West are bearing the brunt of the consequences.

Changes in precipitation in moderate or very high emissions scenario to impact 3-5 billion people: Study

2024-01-16T07:01+0100downtoearth (en)

The potential impact of climate change on global precipitation patterns can have far-reaching consequences on human populations, a new study showed. Around 266.52 million people, equivalent to 3.3 per cent of the world’s population, are expected to experience drier conditions, while a staggering 2.76 billion individuals, accounting for 34.

What’s New for 2024?

2024-01-16T02:07+0100waterjpi (en)

The WaterWorks2017 ERANET , co-funded by the European Commission, came to its end on the 31 st December 2023. This was the end of some very interesting work on strategies for filling the water availability – water demand gap. As part of the ERANET, a call for proposals was launched in 2018.

Climate change threatens global forest carbon sequestration, study finds January 15, 2024

2024-01-15T23:22+0100umich (en)

(DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2311132121) Climate change is reshaping forests differently across the United States , according to a new analysis of U.S. Forest Service data. With rising temperatures, escalating droughts, wildfires and disease outbreaks taking a toll on trees, researchers warn that forests....

Research: Climate Change Threatens Global Forest Carbon Capture

2024-01-15T23:00+0100miragenews (en)

(DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2311132121) Climate change is reshaping forests differently across the United States , according to a new analysis of U.S. Forest Service data. With rising temperatures, escalating droughts, wildfires and disease outbreaks taking a toll on trees, researchers warn that forests....

Intense short-term drought is harder on grasslands than previously thought

2024-01-15T22:19+0100ualberta (en)

An experimentally imposed year-long drought on grasslands and shrublands in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America resulted in a 60 per cent greater loss in plant growth under the extreme conditions, compared with more common historical drought patterns.

15-Jan-2024 Climate change threatens global forest carbon sequestration, study finds University of Florida Peer-Reviewed Publication Climate change is causing Western U.S. forests to be less effective carbon sinks, even as it boosts the productivity of forests in the Eastern U.S.

2024-01-15T21:08+0100eurekalert (en)

Climate change is reshaping forests differently across the United States , according to a new analysis of U.S. Forest Service data. With rising temperatures, escalating droughts, wildfires, and disease outbreaks taking a toll on trees, researchers warn that forests across the American West are bearing the brunt of the consequences.

Research: Climate Change Imperils Global Forest Carbon Storage

2024-01-15T21:02+0100miragenews (en)

Climate change is reshaping forests differently across the United States , according to a new analysis of U.S. Forest Service data. With rising temperatures, escalating droughts, wildfires, and disease outbreaks taking a toll on trees, researchers warn that forests across the American West are bearing the brunt of the consequences.

Specie minacciate, aggiornata lista rossa IUCN: 44mila a rischio estinzione

2024-01-15T20:04+0100vet33 (it)

delle specie minacciate , pubblicato in occasione della COP28, la Conferenza sul clima delle Nazioni Unite tenutasi a Dubai lo scorso dicembre. L’aggiornamento della lista IUCN L’aggiornamento pubblicato include anche la prima valutazione globale dei pesci d’acqua dolce , che evidenzia l’impatto....

Investire nelle risorse essenziali: 5 temi su cui puntare

2024-01-15T10:35+0100we-wealth (it)

Cibo, acqua, aria, energia e minerali di base : queste risorse sono essenziali sia per i nostri bisogni primari che per il nostro sviluppo economico. Ma sono anche sempre più scarse e rappresentano una grande sfida per le economie e gli ecosistemi globali [1].

Uzbekistan Joins Protocol for Enhanced Water, Health Action

2024-01-15T09:56+0100miragenews (en)

Uzbekistan has joined to the UNECE-WHO/Europe Protocol on Water and Health, thereby becoming its 29th Party and the first country in Central Asia to join this treaty. Accession to the Protocol is expected to serve as a catalyst to further drive and streamline national action on water, sanitation,....

Incontri gratuiti sul climate change a Bologna

2024-01-14T19:27+0100bolognatoday (it)

Secondo la definizione data dalle Nazioni Unite, con l’espressione “cambiamento climatico” si intende qualsiasi alterazione dell’atmosfera globale che sia direttamente o indirettamente riconducibile all’azione umana. Il ciclo di incontri "Climate Change" vuole creare spunti di riflessione su tali....

2023 is hottest year on record, signalling urgent need for climate action

2024-01-14T19:24+0100khmertimes (en)

The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth’s surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5ºC, European Union climate monitors said on Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

A Rocha Ghana calls for increased climate change investment

2024-01-14T15:35+0100theghanareport (en)

A Rocha Ghana (ARG), an environmental-based NGO, has called for more funding to mitigate climate change. This, the organisation said, will enhance the country’s adaptive capability and help build resilience for socio-economic development sectors in all sectors of the economy.

Nasywa Adivia Wardana, Erasing Smoke to Become Hope

2024-01-14T03:06+0100kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/ERIKA KURNIA. Nasywa Adivia Wardana (16), a young activist from the Indonesian Women's Union (Seruni), spoke at a forum entitled "Young and Fearless: The Powerful Voices of Young Women Environmental Right Defenders" in the women's and gender pavilion at the COP28 event in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on Tuesday (5/12/2023).

2023 Was Warmest Year On Record, 2024 Is Likely To Be Worse With A Possible Breach Of 1.5°C Threshold – A Key Climate Report Explained

2024-01-13T09:55+0100outlookindia (en)

Nearly 35 years after global warming became increasingly prominent in the international public debate, Planet Earth experienced its warmest calendar year on record in 2023, based on recorded data dating back to 1850. Last year was the year when many climate records tumbled, and for the worse.

Jharkhand declares drought in 17 districts

2024-01-13T07:00+0100downtoearth (en)

The Jharkhand government has finally declared 158 blocks in 17 districts of the state as drought-affected, where about 1.5 million farmers were impacted. Only four districts in Jharkhand recorded normal rainfall during the monsoon season in 2023 and 19 districts had recorded less than normal rainfall.

MIL-OSI USA: Rosen, Cortez Masto, Bipartisan Colleagues Urge Ag Committee Leadership to Address Long-Term Drought in Farm Bill

2024-01-12T21:52+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

US Senate News: Source: United States Senator Jacky Rosen (D-NV) WASHINGTON, DC — U.S. Senators Jacky Rosen (D-NV) and Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) joined a letter led by Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO) and 15 bipartisan Senate colleagues calling on U.S.

2023 was a lot hotter than any other year on record : NPR

2024-01-12T21:38+0100vervetimes (en)

Last year was the hottest on record – and it wasn’t close, new data shows. Global warming, driven primarily by burning fossil fuels, pushed temperatures so high in 2023 that scientists were astounded. “We’re frankly astonished,” by how warm 2023 was, says Gavin Schmidt, the director of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies.

'Frankly astonished': 2023 was significantly hotter than any other year on record

2024-01-12T20:54+0100npr (en)

Last year was the hottest on record – and it wasn't close, new data shows. Global warming, driven primarily by burning fossil fuels, pushed temperatures so high in 2023 that scientists were astounded. "We're frankly astonished," by how warm 2023 was, says Gavin Schmidt, the director of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies.

Il mais e la soia crollano a causa delle scorte robuste e della domanda fiacca degli Stati Uniti

2024-01-12T19:36+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures sul mais di Chicago sono crollati ai minimi di 3 anni venerdì, dopo che il Dipartimento dell'Agricoltura degli Stati Uniti ha riferito che le scorte di mais statunitensi si sono gonfiate ai livelli più alti dal 2018. Anche i semi di soia hanno subito un brusco calo, con i prezzi ai minimi....

Climate Change: Women and girls at greater risk

2024-01-12T16:27+0100radionigeria (en)

The climate crisis, like every other humanitarian and development challenge, impacts more women and girls. This reality is blamed on many factors, such as unequal power sharing between women and men, the gender gap in access to education and employment opportunities, the unpaid care burden, the....

Extreme weather events most severe global risks over next 10 years: WEF

2024-01-12T06:26+0100downtoearth (en)

or the warming phase of the alternating El Nino Southern Oscillation cycle is expected to strengthen and persist until May 2024. This could continue to set new records in heat conditions, with extreme heatwaves, droughts, wildfires and flooding anticipated, said the WEF report.

Over 77 countries saw highest average temperature in 2023 in close to 5 decades: Report

2024-01-12T06:26+0100downtoearth (en)

More than 77 countries experienced the highest average annual temperature in 45 years, according to the 2023 report. Record-high average temperatures were observed across all seasons, the report noted. “2023 was the hottest year on record and this also affected the water cycle in various ways, from....

Powerful 6.4-magnitude earthquake strikes Afghanistan

2024-01-12T05:37+0100khaama (en)

A massive earthquake with a magnitude of 6.4 struck Afghanistan and its neighbouring countries on Thursday at 1:40 pm local time. The earthquake’s epicentre was located in Jurm, a region within Afghanistan’s Badakhshan province, as reported by the United States Geological Survey (USGS).

2023 Hottest Recorded Year As Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-12T05:27+0100menafn (en)

- Jordan Times) PARIS - The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5oC, EU climate monitors said on Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

The Star » Adopt indigenous crops to beat food insecurity

2024-01-12T05:06+0100kenyamoja (en)

As the devastating impacts of climate change continue to ravage the continent, scientists are now proposing a raft of measures to tame food insecurity. During the climate change negotiations last month in Dubai, the scientists said the impact of climate change is a grave and mounting threat to people's wellbeing and a healthy planet.

Oceans break heat records five years in a row

2024-01-12T03:54+0100nature-Earth-and-Environmental-Sciences (en)

(see 'Hotter and hotter'). The findings are the latest update of an annual study led by the Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing. The researchers say that the oceans have been warming at record-breaking rates every year since 2019.

MIL-OSI USA: Padilla, Butler, Bipartisan Colleagues Call on Ag Committee Leadership to Address Long-Term Drought in Farm Bill

2024-01-11T23:52+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

US Senate News: Source: United States Senator Alex Padilla (D-Calif.) WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, U.S. Senators Alex Padilla and Laphonza Butler (both D-Calif.), along with Senators Michael Bennet (D-Colo.), Deb Fischer (R-Neb.), and a bipartisan group of 13 other Senate colleagues, called on U.S.

Mar Rosso e Stretto di Hormuz: i choke points alla mercé di Teheran

2024-01-11T19:33+0100huffingtonpost-Italia (it)

Potrebbe essere un episodio isolato e risolversi in un mero regolamento di conti tra Stati Uniti e Iran. Di certo il sequestro di una petroliera greca nel Golfo di Oman da parte della Marina di Teheran è un segnale univoco dal punto di vista dei mercati: la tensione potrebbe salire anche nello....

Oceans break heat records five years in a row

2024-01-11T16:15+0100newsnow-co-uk (en)

(see 'Hotter and hotter'). The findings are the latest update of an annual study led by the Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing. The researchers say that the oceans have been warming at record-breaking rates every year since 2019.

Oceans break heat records five years in a row

2024-01-11T13:52+0100nature-current (en)

(see 'Hotter and hotter'). The findings are the latest update of an annual study led by the Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing. The researchers say that the oceans have been warming at record-breaking rates every year since 2019.

Oceans break heat records five years in a row

2024-01-11T12:57+0100nature (en)

(see 'Hotter and hotter'). The findings are the latest update of an annual study led by the Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing. The researchers say that the oceans have been warming at record-breaking rates every year since 2019.

Overhaul urged for Mass. disaster response

2024-01-11T11:23+0100eagletribune (en)

BOSTON — As towns and cities see a rise in natural disasters that require greater emergency response than their local resources can support alone, two Massachusetts lawmakers renewed their call Tuesday to divert a portion of excess capital gains tax revenue toward a proposed disaster relief fund.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-11T11:09+0100manilatimes (en)

PARIS: Last year was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday (Wednesday in Manila). Climate change intensified heat waves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Broke Temperature Records. Will 2024 Be Even More Extreme?

2024-01-11T00:08+0100smithsonianmag (en)

In the extreme heat of summer 2023, saguaro cactuses died in Arizona. Mario Tama / Getty Images Not only has 2023 officially claimed the title of the hottest year on record—exceeding the prior record set in 2016—but it did so by an incredible margin, the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) announced Tuesday.

MIL-OSI USA: User Perceptions of Drought Indices in North American Climates

2024-01-10T14:50+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Drought monitoring and early detection have improved greatly in recent decades through the development and refinement of numerous indices and indicators. However, there is a lack of user-informed guidance as to which drought monitoring tools are most appropriate in a given location.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-10T13:58+0100TheFrontierPost-en (en)

by The Frontier Post NEW YORK (AFP): The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth’s surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Ethiopia: Four Million Ethiopians On the Brink As Food Crises Escalate

2024-01-10T11:49+0100allafrica (en)

Addis Abeba The Ethiopian Disaster Risk Management Commission (DRMC) and the United Nations Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator have released a joint statement urgently addressing the severe humanitarian crisis affecting approximately four million individuals in drought-afflicted areas of Ethiopia.

Dal Pacifico all'Atlantico passando per il Medio Oriente: Gianni Cipriani parla delle crisi internazionali

2024-01-10T11:17+0100zazoom-it (it)

(Di mercoledì 10 gennaio 2024) Scenari dei quali ha parla to Gianni Cipriani , fondatore di Globalist nonché uno dei massimi esperti italiani di intelligence. Gianni Cipriani è stato ospite di Cusano Tv. E a seguire c'è il video ... Mentre gli Stati Uniti hanno lanciato una forza navale....

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-10T08:41+0100seychellesnewsagency (en)

) - The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 The Warmest Year in at Least 100,000 Years

2024-01-10T07:22+0100kompas-id (en)

The following article was translated using both Microsoft Azure Open AI and Google Translation AI. The original article can be found in KOMPAS/ADRYAN YOGA PARAMADWYA. The sound of motor vehicles filled the area of Serpong Utara, South Tangerang, Banten, on Wednesday (27/12/2023) during drizzling rain.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-10T06:04+0100philstar (en)

PARIS, France The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Warming World Nears Critical 1.5C Limit In 2023: Monitor

2024-01-10T05:46+0100menafn (en)

- The Peninsula) AFP. Paris: The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears 1.5 C limit

2024-01-10T05:22+0100eyewitness-news (en)

PARIS, France - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts, and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-10T03:45+0100thenews-pk (en)

PARIS: The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth´s surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said on Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year As Earth Nears Key Limit: EU Scientists

2024-01-10T03:26+0100menafn (en)

PARIS, Jan 10 (NNN-AGENCIES) - The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Europe Warming world nears critical 1.5C limit in 2023: EU monitor

2024-01-10T03:22+0100JakartaPost (en)

Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.48 C above the preindustrial benchmark, the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) reported. "It is also the first year with all days over one degree warmer than the pre-industrial....

Warming world nears critical 1.5C limit in 2023: monitor

2024-01-10T02:08+0100citizen (en)

intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.48 C above the preindustrial benchmark, the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) reported. ALSO READ: Climate crisis escalates: 2024 expected to be hotter than 2023 “It is also the first year with....

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-10T01:39+0100phys (en)

Climate change intensified heat waves , droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.48 C above the preindustrial benchmark, the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) reported. "It is also the first year with all days over one degree warmer than the pre-industrial....

Warming world nears critical 1.5C limit in 2023: monitor

2024-01-10T00:17+0100terradaily (en)

The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:52+0100kenyastar (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:52+0100srilankasource (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:42+0100myanmarnews (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:41+0100cambodiantimes (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Was Hottest Year Ever As Earth Nears 1.5C Limit

2024-01-09T23:40+0100ticotimes (en)

The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth’s surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:38+0100northernirelandnews (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:33+0100manilametro (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T23:24+0100jordantimes (en)

PARIS — The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5oC, EU climate monitors said on Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:14+0100singaporestar (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:14+0100nigeriasun (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:13+0100longbeachstar (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T22:05+0100timesofmalta (en)

The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius above the preindustrial benchmark, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Nel 2024 aumento dei disastri climatici e dei prezzi alimentari: le previsioni Onu

2024-01-08T12:33+0100iconaclima (it)

Secondo le previsioni delle Nazioni Unite per il 2024, sperimenteremo durante questo nuovo anno un aumento dei disastri climatici, dei prezzi alimentari e delle condizioni meteorologiche estreme. Le previsioni provengono dal rapporto economico annuale delle Nazioni Unite denominato “World Economic....

Afghanistan. Ministero Commercio, negli ultimi otto mesi esportato zafferano per 27mln di dollari

2024-01-07T16:13+0100agenpress (it)

AgenPress – “Durante gli otto mesi dell’anno solare 1402 furono esportati circa 28.620 chilogrammi di zafferano, per un valore di 27 milioni di dollari, principalmente verso India, Arabia Saudita, Emirati Arabi Uniti, Turchia, Indonesia, Spagna, Germania, Stati Uniti e Inghilterra”.

Fenditure gigantesche emergono nel terreno del sud-ovest degli Stati Uniti

2024-01-05T12:43+0100scienzenotizie (it)

Una fessura che si è aperta in Arizona nel 2017. (Dipartimento delle Risorse Idriche dell’Arizona) Fenditure di dimensioni gigantesche stanno emergendo nel terreno del sud-ovest degli Stati Uniti. Solo nella zona centro-meridionale dell’Arizona, sono state individuate 272 chilometri (169 miglia) di....

Dos empresas intentarán concretar los primeros alunizajes estadounidenses desde las misiones Apolo

2024-01-05T05:15+0100latimes (es)

“Son exploradores que van a la Luna antes que nosotros”, dijo Bill Nelson, administrador de la NASA. Astrobotic Technology, con sede en Pittsburgh, será la primera al efectuar el despegue planificado el lunes de un módulo de aterrizaje a bordo de un cohete nuevo, el Vulcan, de United Launch Alliance.

Dos empresas intentarán concretar los primeros alunizajes estadounidenses desde las misiones Apolo

2024-01-05T02:29+0100sandiegouniontribune (es)

CABO CAÑAVERAL, Florida, EE.UU. — CABO CAÑAVERAL, Florida, EE.UU. (AP) — China e India lograron alunizajes, mientras que los intentos de Rusia, Japón e Israel por hacerlo terminaron en el basurero lunar. Ahora dos empresas privadas se apresuran para que Estados Unidos regrese a la Luna, más de cinco....

L'acqua del gabinetto diventa da bere in California

2024-01-02T11:44+0100fai.informazione (it)

L’acqua del water diventa bevibile in California ! Ecco come negli Stati Uniti intendono risolvere il problema causato dalla siccità. La California ha affrontato una grave crisi idrica negli ultimi anni, aggravata anche dai cambiamenti climatici. Il periodo di siccità più recente è stato definito come il peggiore di tutti i tempi.

Green report, California: acqua water bevibile

2024-01-02T11:33+0100zazoom-it (it)

(Di martedì 2 gennaio 2024) Green report : L’ acqua del water diventa bevibile in California ! Ecco come negli Stati Uniti intendono risolvere il problema causato dalla siccità. Green report : La California ha affrontato una grave crisi idrica negli ultimi anni, aggravata anche dai cambiamenti climatici.

Monitor, osservatorio sul mondo (gennaio 2024)

2024-01-01T01:57+0100altreconomia (it)

La siccità rallenta il traffico nel Canale di Panama. Negli Stati Uniti è boom di trivellazioni e produzione di petrolio. I Talebani mettono a rischio il diritto all’istruzione di bambini e ragazzi. La giunta militare nigerina taglia i ponti con l’Unione europea e cancella la legge che criminalizza il trasporto dei migranti verso il Nord del Paese.

Los peligros de ligar en Nochevieja: "A partir de los 35 años, los garitos huelen a desesperación"

2023-12-31T02:57+0100elMundo (es)

Voy a comenzar con una dolorosa advertencia: hay un hilo en Forocoches que se llama 'Ligar en Nochevieja', por lo que el tema que hoy nos ocupa ha sido ya tratado por señores que creen que Oscar Mayer fue presidente de los Estados Unidos y que una ETS es una marca de 'streetwear'.

El clima más extremo del año muestra de lo que es capaz un planeta que se calienta y lo que está por venir

2023-12-30T19:46+0100huaral (es)

Idalia, el único huracán que tocó tierra en Estados Unidos este año, fue otro ejemplo más de la rápida intensificación más frecuente de las tormentas justo antes de tocar tierra. La tormenta alcanzó brevemente la categoría 4 antes de azotar la región de Big Bend de Florida como huracán de categoría....

El clima más extremo del año muestra de lo que es capaz un planeta que se calienta y lo que está por venir

2023-12-30T19:14+0100cnnespanol (es)

Idalia, el único huracán que tocó tierra en Estados Unidos este año, fue otro ejemplo más de la rápida intensificación más frecuente de las tormentas justo antes de tocar tierra. La tormenta alcanzó brevemente la categoría 4 antes de azotar la región de Big Bend de Florida como huracán de categoría....

Los eventos climáticos más extremos del año y lo que podría venir luego

2023-12-30T19:08+0100cnnMexico (es)

Idalia, el único huracán que tocó tierra en Estados Unidos este año, fue otro ejemplo más de la rápida intensificación más frecuente de las tormentas justo antes de tocar tierra. La tormenta alcanzó brevemente la categoría 4 antes de azotar la región de Big Bend de Florida como huracán de categoría....

En Fotos | El 2023, un año violento y vibrante en Latinoamérica

2023-12-28T17:51+0100voanoticias (es)

1 Migrantes haitianos atraviesan un río a su paso por el Tapón del Darién, desde Colombia a Panamá con el objetivo de llegar a Estados Unidos, el 9 de mayo de 2023. 3 Yates varados, dañados por el paso del huracán Otis, en el puerto de Acapulco, México, el 12 de noviembre de 2023.

Momentos de clima salvaje en EE. UU. y 2 sucedieron en el sur de Florida – NBC 6 South Florida

2023-12-27T20:32+0100notiulti (es)

Hubo varios momentos climáticos memorables en todo Estados Unidos en 2023 y algunos de ellos tuvieron lugar en el sur de Florida. NBC6 analiza el clima más salvaje del año. Lluvias récord. El primer indicio de que 2023 sería un año para los libros de récords fue aquí en el sur de Florida el 12 de....

L’arrivée de 2024 représentera l’occasion pour quelques organisations de racheter une année décevante. LNH Ces équipes ont beaucoup à se faire pardonner

2023-12-27T16:37+0100journaldemontreal (fr)

• À lire aussi: Raanta de retour, Perets dans la ECHL Certaines croyaient ainsi revenir en force après une exclusion des séries 2023, mais en dépit de changements importants, les premiers mois de la campagne en cours ne leur ont rien apporté de positif ou presque.

L’arrivée de 2024 représentera l’occasion pour quelques organisations de racheter une année décevante. LNH Ces équipes ont beaucoup à se faire pardonner

2023-12-27T16:28+0100journaldequebec (fr)

• À lire aussi: Raanta de retour, Perets dans la ECHL Certaines croyaient ainsi revenir en force après une exclusion des séries 2023, mais en dépit de changements importants, les premiers mois de la campagne en cours ne leur ont rien apporté de positif ou presque.

La sequía en España fue el noveno desastre climático del mundo más caro per cápita en 2023: costó 45,5€ por español

2023-12-27T07:38+010020minutos (es)

Encabezan la lista los incendios que se declararon en Hawai en el mes de agosto. Aunque es uno de los 52 estados de Estados Unidos, el informe tiene en cuenta sólo al 1,4 millón de habitantes del archipiélago para fijar un coste per cápita de 3.788,5 euros, más del doble de la renta per cápita.

Esto es lo que nos espera en el 2024 según Nostradamus

2023-12-22T18:40+0100qpasa (es)

Predicciones para el 2024 Guerra con China. Una de las predicciones más catastróficas que realizó el vidente francés para el próximo año es sobre una inminente tercera guerra mundial. Según él, en la que aparentemente estarían implicadas potencias mundiales como Estados Unidos, Rusia y China.

Yemen, stanno giocando con il fuoco

2023-12-22T03:46+0100informazione (it)

Per quanto riguarda Trieste , ci sarà almeno una o due settimane di sosta: dal 27 dicembre fino a metà gennaio non ci saranno navi che stanno circumnavigando l'Africa. Se la situazione… Prosperity Guardian. Guardiani della Prosperità. Non è un caso se la missione navale internazionale che gli Usa....

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