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State of emergency declared in New York due to Hurricane Ida

2021-09-02T08:55+0200archyde (en)

On Thursday, a state of emergency was declared in New York state in the wake of Hurricane Ida, which caused massive flooding and tornadoes. New York City’s subway lines were grounded late Wednesday, as the remnants of Tropical Storm Ida brought torrential rain and possible flash floods and hurricanes in parts of the North Central Atlantic.

Meet Japan's Bizarre Looking Ka-Tsu

2021-08-30T10:48+0200nationalinterest (en)

Imperial Japan faced a vexing dilemma in World War II: it had military bases sprawling across far-flung Pacific islands from Rabaul in Papua New Guinea to the Attu and Kiska islands near Alaska. But the merchant ships necessary to supply, reinforce and especially feed those garrisons were being sunk left and right by the U.

Premio La Quara 2021, vince Novita Amadei: ecco il suo racconto

2021-08-28T22:39+0200corriere (it)

L’ottava edizione del premio La Quara è stata vinta dalla scrittrice di Parma (ma vive in Francia) Novita Amadei con il racconto Come una foglia di tiglio. L’autrice, premiata nella serata del 28 agosto, faceva parte della cinquina di finalisti che comprendeva oltre a lei, Isabella Rinaldi (Varese),....

Environment1 min ago German coal phase-out schedule in question as court rules against newest plant A German court has ruled that permission to build the country’s newest coal plant, Datteln IV, was granted illegally. The...

2021-08-27T08:17+0200eureporter (en)

During the last year alone, scientists found that U.S. drought, a deadly Canadian heat wave and wildfires across the Siberian Arctic have been worsened by a warming atmosphere. The July 12-15 rainfall over Europe triggered flooding that swept away houses and power lines, and left more than 200 people dead, mostly in Germany.

Climate change increased deadly floods in Western Europe by at least 20%: study

2021-08-24T06:43+0200naveenbharat (en)

Climate change has sent such extreme rainfall events as deadly torrents of water in parts of Germany and Belgium last month, with the region at least 20% more likely to occur, scientists said on Tuesday. Climate change was also more likely to cause rain.

Study: Climate change made Germany flooding more likely

2021-08-24T02:07+0200whittierdailynews (en)

FILE – In this Thursday, July 15, 2021, 2021 file photo, a regional train in the flood waters at the local station in Kordel, Germany, after it was flooded by the high waters of the Kyll river. Scientists say global warming makes the kind of extreme rainfall that caused deadly flash floods in....

Study: Climate change made Germany flooding more likely

2021-08-24T01:48+0200eastbaytimes (en)

FILE – In this Thursday, July 15, 2021, 2021 file photo, a regional train in the flood waters at the local station in Kordel, Germany, after it was flooded by the high waters of the Kyll river. Scientists say global warming makes the kind of extreme rainfall that caused deadly flash floods in....

Study: Climate change made Germany flooding more likely

2021-08-24T01:30+0200dailynews (en)

FILE – In this Thursday, July 15, 2021, 2021 file photo, a regional train in the flood waters at the local station in Kordel, Germany, after it was flooded by the high waters of the Kyll river. Scientists say global warming makes the kind of extreme rainfall that caused deadly flash floods in....

Study: Climate change made Germany flooding more likely

2021-08-24T01:20+0200dailybreeze (en)

FILE – In this Thursday, July 15, 2021, 2021 file photo, a regional train in the flood waters at the local station in Kordel, Germany, after it was flooded by the high waters of the Kyll river. Scientists say global warming makes the kind of extreme rainfall that caused deadly flash floods in....

17 lugares que entran en la lista de Patrimonio Mundial de la Unesco

2021-08-14T21:52+0200elnortedecastilla (es)

1.- BOSQUES ANTIGUOS Y PRIMIGENIOS DE HAYAS DE LOS CÁRPATOS Y OTRAS REGIONES DE EUROPA | La candidatura de estos bosques abarca diez países europeos: Bosnia y Herzegovina, Chequia, Francia, Italia, Montenegro, Macedonia del Norte, Polonia, Serbia, Eslovaquia y Suiza.

17 lugares que entran en la lista de Patrimonio Mundial de la Unesco

2021-08-13T01:23+0200elcorreodigital (es)

1.- BOSQUES ANTIGUOS Y PRIMIGENIOS DE HAYAS DE LOS CÁRPATOS Y OTRAS REGIONES DE EUROPA | La candidatura de estos bosques abarca diez países europeos: Bosnia y Herzegovina, Chequia, Francia, Italia, Montenegro, Macedonia del Norte, Polonia, Serbia, Eslovaquia y Suiza.

17 lugares que entran en la lista de Patrimonio Mundial de la Unesco

2021-08-11T01:36+0200lasprovincias (es)

1.- BOSQUES ANTIGUOS Y PRIMIGENIOS DE HAYAS DE LOS CÁRPATOS Y OTRAS REGIONES DE EUROPA | La candidatura de estos bosques abarca diez países europeos: Bosnia y Herzegovina, Chequia, Francia, Italia, Montenegro, Macedonia del Norte, Polonia, Serbia, Eslovaquia y Suiza.

RSS Hydro: developing effective disaster risk management strategies

2021-08-05T18:29+0200innovationnewsnetwork (en)

RSS Hydro Geoscientist & UAV Pilot, Margherita Bruscolini, discusses the necessity of understanding the components of disaster risk and how this will facilitate the design and application of effective disaster risk management strategies, as well as spreading awareness among the population and improving the resilience of communities at risk.

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