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The devastating floods in Europe show the urgency to act against climate change

2021-07-20T09:49+0200explica (en)

Recently, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg and the Netherlands received the equivalent of two months of rain in two days. More than a hundred people died and dozens are missing. “We need to intensify climate action,” says the World Meteorological Organization, which attributes these extreme events to....

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

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

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

Deadly flooding, heatwaves in Europe, highlight urgency of climate action: WMO

2021-07-17T19:31+0200wam-en (en)

GENEVA, 17th July, 2021 (WAM) -- Heavy rainfall that has triggered deadly and catastrophic flooding in several western European countries, is just the latest indicator that all nations need to do more to hold back climate change-induced disasters, the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) said.

Deadly flooding, heatwaves in Europe, highlight urgency of climate action: WMO

2021-07-17T19:09+0200urdupoint (en)

GENEVA, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News / WAM - 17th Jul, 2021) Heavy rainfall that has triggered deadly and catastrophic flooding in several western European countries, is just the latest indicator that all nations need to do more to hold back climate change-induced disasters, the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) said.

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