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Desastres de miles de millones de dólares: EE. UU. En camino de alcanzar el récord de 2020, según informe

2021-10-09T20:53+0200ezanime (es)

Estados Unidos está en camino de superar el número récord de desastres de miles de millones de dólares en 2020. Según un informe de la Administración Nacional Oceánica y Atmosférica publicado el viernes, 2021 ya ha presenciado 18 desastres meteorológicos y climáticos, cada uno con pérdidas que superan los mil millones de dólares.

Siberia’s 2021 fires were stronger than the fires in Greece, Turkey, Italy, the United States, and Canada combined

2021-10-08T19:18+0200climatescorecard (en)

This Post was submitted by Climate Scorecard Russia Country Manager Michael Oshchepkov. Throughout the past year, the impact of climate change has increasingly become evident by a series of extreme weather events around the world—Russia is no exception.

Russia's Wildfires Dwarfed All Other Fires Across the World in 2021

2021-10-08T13:57+0200vice-com-uk (en)

Media coverage of the 2021 fire season has focused largely on infernos in Europe and the United States , including the record Dixie fire in California. But the wildfires in Russia this summer have been on an entirely different scale, releasing an estimated 970 million metric tonnes of carbon dioxide....

Un terremoto di magnitudo 6,1 ha colpito la regione di Tokyo: danni e feriti

2021-10-08T07:23+0200laprimapagina (it)

La terra ha tremato in modo intenso in Giappone. Oltre 30 persone sono rimaste ferite in un terremoto di magnitudo 6,1 che ha colpito la regione di Tokyo. L’Agenzia meteorologica giapponese (JMA) ha osservato che non vi era alcun rischio di tsunami dopo il terremoto, che lo United States Geological Survey (USGS) aveva valutato a 5,9 gradi.

Forte scossa di terremoto in Giappone, danni e feriti Rai News

2021-10-08T07:18+0200msn-nl (it)

Più di 30 persone sono rimaste ferite in un terremoto di magnitudo 6,1 che ha colpito la regione di Tokyo, hanno detto le autorità giapponesi. L'Agenzia meteorologica giapponese (JMA) ha osservato che non vi era alcun rischio di tsunami dopo il terremoto, che lo United States Geological Survey (USGS) aveva valutato a 5,9 gradi.

Forte scossa di terremoto in Giappone, danni e feriti

2021-10-08T06:16+0200rainews (it)

08 ottobre 2021 Più di 30 persone sono rimaste ferite in un terremoto di magnitudo 6,1 che ha colpito la regione di Tokyo, hanno detto le autorità giapponesi. L'Agenzia meteorologica giapponese (JMA) ha osservato che non vi era alcun rischio di tsunami dopo il terremoto, che lo United States Geological Survey (USGS) aveva valutato a 5,9 gradi.

Cambio climático: catástrofes en serie “provocadas por el hombre”

2021-10-07T17:52+0200elnuevosiglo (es)

Inundaciones en Europa occidental, incendios forestales en el Mediterráneo, huracán devastador en Estados Unidos son algunas de las catástrofes recientes que, como alertó a mediados de septiembre el secretario general de la ONU, Antonio Guterres, son “imposibles sin el cambio climático provocado por el ser humano”.

Catástrofes en diversas partes del mundo reflejan efectos del cambio climático

2021-10-04T18:33+0200nacion (es)

4 de octubre 2021, 10:05 AM Redacción. Inundaciones en Europa occidental, incendios forestales en el Mediterráneo y un huracán devastador en Estados Unidos son algunas de las catástrofes recientes que, como alertó a mediados de setiembre el secretario general de la Organización de Naciones Unidas....

Cambio climático: catástrofes en serie

2021-10-04T13:33+0200deperu (es)

Inundaciones en Europa occidental, incendios forestales en el Mediterráneo, huracán devastador en Estados Unidos son algunas de las catástrofes recientes que, como alertó a mediados de septiembre el secretario general de la ONU, Antonio Guterres, son "imposibles sin el cambio climático provocado por el ser humano".

Cambio climático: catástrofes en serie

2021-10-04T13:02+0200teletica (es)

Inundaciones en Europa occidental, incendios forestales en el Mediterráneo, huracán devastador en Estados Unidos son algunas de las catástrofes recientes que, como alertó a mediados de septiembre el secretario general de la ONU, Antonio Guterres, son "imposibles sin el cambio climático provocado por el ser humano".

New tool to help electrical grid planners design sustainable systems

2021-09-30T15:58+0200phys (en)

The team's recent study focused on climate change and electricity system operations in the southeastern United States . However, similar issues affect regions across the U.S. "We are excited to have finally published the results of this project, which involved a large team working together for five years," Jaramillo said.

Google Maps can now tell you if your destination is on fire

2021-09-30T12:41+0200euronews-en (en)

From October, a new wildfire layer will join other Google Maps filters that show traffic conditions, public transport and bike routes. In a blog published on Wednesday , Google Earth & Earth Engine director Rebecca Moore said the feature would give users an easy way to stay updated about multiple wildfires at once.

Carnegie Mellon University: Jaramillo Offers New Tool for Energy…

2021-09-30T12:27+0200indiaeducationdiary (en)

A team of Carnegie Mellon University researchers led by Paulina Jaramillo, a professor of engineering and public policy, has created a new tool to help electrical grid planners design sustainable systems to provide consumers reliable and affordable energy.

Jaramillo Offers New Tool for Energy Planners

2021-09-29T15:50+0200miragenews (en)

, a professor of engineering and public policy , has created a new tool to help electrical grid planners design sustainable systems to provide consumers reliable and affordable energy. The team’s recent study focused on climate change and electricity system operations in the southeastern United States .

California fights fire with fire to protect giant sequoias

2021-09-28T13:33+0200terradaily (en)

The so-far successful battle this month in California to save the world's biggest trees from ever-worsening forest blazes seems to offer an important lesson: You can fight fire with fire. Human-caused climate change has made the western United States hotter, drier and more vulnerable to increasingly....

California Fights Fire With Fire To Protect Giant Sequoias

2021-09-26T19:06+0200ibtimes (en)

The so-far successful battle this month in California to save the world's biggest trees from ever-worsening forest blazes seems to offer an important lesson: You can fight fire with fire. Human-caused climate change has made the western United States hotter, drier and more vulnerable to increasingly....

California fights fire with fire to protect sequoias

2021-09-26T13:15+0200RTERadio (en)

The so-far successful battle this month in California to save the world's biggest trees from ever-worsening forest blazes seems to offer an important lesson: You can fight fire with fire. Human-caused climate change has made the western United States hotter, drier and more vulnerable to increasingly....

California fights fire to protect the giant sequoia

2021-09-26T11:54+0200floridanewstimes (en)

This month’s successful battle in California to save the world’s largest tree from the ever-deteriorating forest flames seems to provide an important lesson: you can fight fire with fire. I can do it. Artificial climate change has made the western United States hotter, drier, and more vulnerable to....

California fights fire with fire to protect giant sequoias

2021-09-26T11:23+0200phys (en)

The so-far successful battle this month in California to save the world's biggest trees from ever-worsening forest blazes seems to offer an important lesson: You can fight fire with fire. Human-caused climate change has made the western United States hotter, drier and more vulnerable to....

California fights with fire to protect giant sequoias

2021-09-26T10:29+0200guardian-ng (en)

The so-far successful battle this month in California to save the world’s biggest trees from ever-worsening forest blazes seems to offer an important lesson: You can fight fire with fire. Human-caused climate change has made the western United States hotter, drier and more vulnerable to increasingly....

California fights fire with fire to...

2021-09-26T08:01+0200dhakatribune (en)

An aerial picture taken on September 24, 2021 a water truck sprays down the burned remains of downtown Greenville, California. – The Dixie fire has burned almost 1 million acres and remains at 94% containment after burning through 5 counties and more than 1,000 homes. AFP.

California fights fire with fire to protect giant sequoias

2021-09-26T06:43+0200manilastandard-ph (en)

In this picture released by the National Park Service on September 17, 2021, wildland firefighters apply structure wrap to giant sequoias on the KNP Complex fire in the Sequoia National Park, California. Firefighters battling to protect the world's biggest tree from wildfires ravaging the parched....

California fights fire with fire to protect giant sequoias

2021-09-26T06:24+0200urdupoint (en)

Los Angeles, Sept 26 (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 26th Sep, 2021 ) :The so-far successful battle this month in California to save the 's biggest trees from ever-worsening forest blazes seems to offer an important lesson: You can fight with Human-caused climate change has made the western....

California fights fire with fire to protect giant sequoias

2021-09-26T06:22+0200mb-com-ph (en)

The so-far successful battle this month in California to save the world’s biggest trees from ever-worsening forest blazes seems to offer an important lesson: You can fight fire with fire. An aerial picture taken on September 24, 2021 a water truck sprays down the burned remains of downtown Greenville, California.

California fights fire with fire to protect giant sequoias

2021-09-26T04:46+0200timesofindia (en)

LOS ANGELES: The so-far successful battle this month in California to save the world's biggest trees from ever-worsening forest blazes seems to offer an important lesson: You can fight fire with fire. Human-caused climate change has made the western United States hotter, drier and more vulnerable to....

California fights fire with fire to protect giant sequoias

2021-09-26T04:31+0200straitstimesSG (en)

LOS ANGELES (AFP) - The so-far successful battle this month in California to save the world's biggest trees from ever-worsening forest blazes seems to offer an important lesson: You can fight fire with fire. Human-caused climate change has made the western United States hotter, drier and more....

California fights fire with fire to protect giant sequoias

2021-09-26T04:25+0200digitaljournal (en)

The so-far successful battle this month in California to save the world’s biggest trees from ever-worsening forest blazes seems to offer an important lesson: You can fight fire with fire. Human-caused climate change has made the western United States hotter, drier and more vulnerable to increasingly....

26/09/2021 California fights fire with fire to protect giant sequoias

2021-09-26T03:53+0200rfi-en (en)

Los Angeles (AFP) The so-far successful battle this month in California to save the world's biggest trees from ever-worsening forest blazes seems to offer an important lesson: You can fight fire with fire. Human-caused climate change has made the western United States hotter, drier and more....

The Weekly Volcanic Activity Report: September 15 - 21, 2021

2021-09-23T08:44+0200watchers (en)

New activity/unrest: La Palma, Spain | Semisopochnoi, Aleutian Islands (USA). Ongoing activity: Agung, Bali (Indonesia) | Aira, Kyushu (Japan) | Chirinkotan, Kuril Islands (Russia) | Ebeko, Paramushir Island (Russia) | Etna, Sicily (Italy) | Great Sitkin, Andreanof Islands (USA) | Karymsky, Eastern....

Joe Biden, clima e disuguaglianze nel rilancio delle infrastrutture

2021-09-23T07:19+0200valori (it)

L’inaridimento degli Stati dell’Ovest dura da vent’anni. Nella seconda settimana di settembre circa il 94% del territorio occidentale degli Stati Uniti era in stato di siccità. La principale fonte di approvvigionamento d’acqua in queste zone è la neve, che in primavera si scioglie, scende dalle....

How decades of stopping forest fires made them worse

2021-09-22T21:30+0200vox (en)

1910’s Big Blow Up remains one of the most disastrous wildfires in US history. Hurricane-force winds fanned and threw embers for miles. Full, flaming trees became dangerous projectiles as they were reportedly torn from the ground. After two days, 3 million acres throughout Idaho and Montana had burned.

How decades of stopping forest fires made them worse

2021-09-22T20:57+0200vox-energy-and-environment (en)

1910’s Big Blow Up remains one of the most disastrous wildfires in US history. Hurricane-force winds fanned and threw embers for miles. Full, flaming trees became dangerous projectiles as they were reportedly torn from the ground. After two days, 3 million acres throughout Idaho and Montana had burned.

Northern Hemisphere summer wildfires emit record amount of CO2

2021-09-22T13:34+0200aljazeera-en (en)

Wildfires in Siberia, North America and around the Mediterranean caused record levels of planet-warming CO2 emissions this summer, the EU’s Earth monitoring service says. Globally, forests going up in flames emitted more than 2.5 billion tonnes of CO2 – equivalent to India’s annual emissions from....

Firefighters race to protect sequoias in California fires

2021-09-21T19:28+0200kuwaittimes (en)

PONDEROSA: Flames spread up a tree as the Windy fire burns along the Trail of 100 Giants in the Sequoia National Forest, near Ponderosa, California. – AFP. LOS ANGELES: Hundreds of firefighters were battling to protect several groves of giant sequoias in the United States on Monday, warning the....

Climate and weather related disasters surge five-fold over 50 years

2021-09-21T18:57+0200busiweek (en)

Over the past five decades, disasters related to weather, climate or water hazards, have become a regular occurrence, responsible for the deaths of at least 115 people, and causing $202 million in economic loses every day, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), launched on Wednesday.

Cambiamento climatico e fioriture di alghe tossiche, l’attuale situazione ricorda quella che diede il via ad un’estinzione di massa

2021-09-21T12:11+0200ambiente-tiscali-it (it)

Due nuovi studi pubblicati su Nature Communications e Geology da ricercatori svedesi, statunitensi e australiani, identificano una nuova causa dell’estinzione di massa durante eventi di riscaldamento estremo: il fitoplancton tossico . Alla fine del Permiano, il cambiamento climatico, legato....

Firefighters race to protect giant sequoias in California fires

2021-09-21T12:06+0200urdupoint (en)

Los Angeles, Sept 21 (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 21st Sep, 2021 ) :Hundreds of firefighters were battling to protect several groves of giant sequoias in the United States on Monday, warning the enormous ancient trees were at risk out-of-control blazes.

Multiple wildfires converge on California woodland home to ancient trees

2021-09-21T11:53+0200globaltimes (en)

Photo taken on Aug. 19, 2021 shows an area hit by the Dixie Fire near Greenville town in Northern California, the United States .(Photo: Xinhua) Hundreds of firefighters were battling to protect several groves of giant sequoias in the US on Monday, warning the enormous ancient trees were at risk from out-of-control blazes.

La peggiore estinzione di massa di sempre causata da cambiamento climatico e fioriture di alghe tossiche?

2021-09-21T11:21+0200greenreport (it)

Due nuovi studi pubblicati su Nature Communications e Geology da ricercatori svedesi, statunitensi e australiani, identificano un nuova causa dell’estinzione di massa durante eventi di riscaldamento estremo: il fitoplancton tossico. Alla fine del Permiano, il cambiamento climatico, legato....

Firefighters compete to protect giant sequoia in a California fire

2021-09-21T10:50+0200floridanewstimes (en)

The giant sequoia tree is the largest tree in the world, but it is still vulnerable to the horrific wildfires that hit California. Hundreds of firefighters were fighting on Monday to protect some orchards of the giant Sequoia in the United States . He warned that a huge ancient tree was at risk of uncontrollable fire.

Firefighters race to protect giant sequoias in California fires

2021-09-21T10:07+0200phys (en)

Hundreds of firefighters were battling to protect several groves of giant sequoias in the United States on Monday, warning the enormous ancient trees were at risk from out-of-control blazes. A number of separate fires were converging on the California woodland that is home to the huge trees,....

Race to protect giant sequoias in California fires

2021-09-21T09:43+0200RTERadio (en)

Firefighters race to protect giant sequoias in California fires. A press photographer is pictured at the base of a giant sequoia at Sequoia National Park. Hundreds of firefighters were battling to protect several groves of giant sequoias in the United States , warning the ancient trees were at risk from out-of-control blazes.

Firefighters race to protect giant sequoias in California fires

2021-09-21T08:52+0200thesundaily (en)

LOS ANGELES: Hundreds of firefighters were battling to protect several groves of giant sequoias in the United States on Monday, warning the enormous ancient trees were at risk from out-of-control blazes. A number of separate fires were converging on the California woodland that is home to the huge....

Firefighters race to protect giant sequoias in California fires

2021-09-21T06:46+0200bssnews (en)

LOS ANGELES, Sept 21, 2021 (BSS/AFP) - Hundreds of firefighters were. battling to protect several groves of giant sequoias in the United States on Monday, warning the enormous ancient trees were at risk from out-of-control blazes. A number of separate fires were converging on the California....

Firefighters race to protect giant sequoias in California fires

2021-09-21T03:22+0200yahoo-sg (en)

Hundreds of firefighters were battling to protect several groves of giant sequoias in the United States on Monday, warning the enormous ancient trees were at risk from out-of-control blazes. A number of separate fires were converging on the California woodland that is home to the huge trees,....

Firefighters Race To Protect Giant Sequoias In California Fires

2021-09-21T02:58+0200barrons (en)

Incident commanders said the Windy Fire, which has already charred 25,000 acres (10,000 hectares) has burned into the remote Peyrone Sequoia Grove and the Red Hill Grove. "We don’t know that those are destroyed," Windy fire incident spokeswoman Amanda Munsey said, according to the Los Angeles Times.

21/09/2021 Firefighters race to protect giant sequoias in California fires

2021-09-21T02:28+0200rfi-en (en)

Los Angeles (AFP) Hundreds of firefighters were battling to protect several groves of giant sequoias in the United States on Monday, warning the enormous ancient trees were at risk from out-of-control blazes. A number of separate fires were converging on the California woodland that is home to the....

Estados Unidos busca proteger a su población contra calor extremo

2021-09-21T00:01+0200elperiodicodemexico (es)

Por MATTHEW DALY. WASHINGTON (AP) El gobierno estadounidense está por anunciar medidas para mitigar los efectos del calor extremo, luego de un verano sofocante plagado por sequías e incendios forestales. Bajo el plan a ser anunciado en las próximas horas, los departamentos de Trabajo y Salud, junto....

Lava from volcanic eruption on Canary Island razes around a hundred homes

2021-09-20T11:16+0200elpais-en (en)

RELATED STORIES The Spanish Civil Guard evacuated around 5,000 people from their homes last night after a volcanic eruption took place on the Canary Island of La Palma at 3.12pm local time on Montaña Rajada, in the forest area of Cabeza de Vaca in El Paso.

La Palma volcano: 500 tourists among 5,000 evacuated as lava swallows homes

2021-09-20T10:44+0200dailymail (en)

Regional hotel association Ashotel said it was putting itself “at the disposal” of island authorities. 'Ashotel wants to convey a message of encouragement to the entire island society and contribute to keeping calm, always attentive to the indications of the official protocols in a situation like this,' the spokesman said.

World’s largest tree wrapped in foil to protect it from forest fires

2021-09-18T06:23+0200dawn (en)

LOS ANGELES: The world’s biggest trees were being wrapped in fire-proof blankets on Thursday in an effort to protect them from huge blazes tearing through the drought-stricken western United States . A grove of ancient sequoias, including the 275-foot General Sherman Tree — the largest in the world —....

Huracán Ida inundó más de 200 mil autos y los quieren vender como si no les hubiera pasado algo

2021-09-18T02:47+0200debate (es)

Estados Unidos.- El pasado 29 de agosto el huracán Ida azotó diferentes regiones de los Estados Unidos dejando a su paso mucha devastación y sobre todo un duro golpe al sector automotriz dejando pérdidas de miles de millones en dólares. De acuerdo con una publicación de CCN , según la agencia....

Huracán Ida inundó cerca de 200 mil autos; su venta podría ser un peligro

2021-09-17T21:04+0200eluniversal-MX (es)

El 29 de agosto, el huracán Ida azotó la costa norte del Golfo, tocando tierra en Port Fourchon, Luisiana, en Estados Unidos, con vientos de casi 250 kilómetros por hora. A los pocos minutos, la devastación del lugar era notable, con lluvia pesada, inundaciones en las zonas metropolitanas y miles de millones de dólares en daños.

STATI UNITI 21 min La Cop26 è «ad alto rischio di fallimento» Il presidente Usa Biden considera il rapporto sul clima un «codice rosso per l'umanità»

2021-09-17T17:13+0200tio (it)

NEW YORK - «Il mondo è su un percorso catastrofico verso 2,7 gradi di riscaldamento globale. C'è un alto rischio di fallimento della Cop26. È chiaro che ognuno deve assumersi le proprie responsabilità, abbiamo bisogno di più ambizione in materia finanziaria, di adattamento e mitigazione».

Climate TRACE: Oil and gas production emissions could be double official estimates, satellite data suggests

2021-09-17T12:02+0200businessgreen (en)

Greenhouse gas emissions from oil and gas production and refining in the world's leading economies could be collectively almost twice as high as official estimates, according to fresh data released today based on real-time satellite observations. Climate TRACE, a technology and academic coalition....

Giant sequoias wrapped in foil to protect from US forest fires

2021-09-17T11:48+0200urdupoint (en)

Los Angeles, Sept 17 (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 17th Sep, 2021 ) :The world 's biggest trees were being wrapped in fire-proof blankets Thursday in an effort to protect them from huge blazes tearing through the drought-stricken western A grove of ancient sequoias, including the 275-foot....

Giant sequoias wrapped in foil to protect from US forest fires

2021-09-17T10:59+0200thesundaily (en)

LOS ANGELES: The world's biggest trees were being wrapped in fire-proof blankets Thursday in an effort to protect them from huge blazes tearing through the drought-stricken western United States . A grove of ancient sequoias, including the 275-foot (83-meter) General Sherman Tree– the largest in the....

Giant sequoias wrapped in foil to protect from US forest fires

2021-09-17T09:22+0200TheFrontierPost-en (en)

CALIFORNIA (AFP): The world’s biggest trees were being wrapped in fire-proof blankets Thursday in an effort to protect them from huge blazes tearing through the drought-stricken western United States . A grove of ancient sequoias, including the 275-foot (83-meter) General Sherman Tree — the largest....

Giant sequoias wrapped in foil protection against US forest fires

2021-09-17T05:46+0200BangkokPost (en)

LOS ANGELES: The world's biggest trees were being wrapped in fire-proof blankets Thursday in an effort to protect them from huge blazes tearing through the drought-stricken western United States . A grove of ancient sequoias, including the 83-metre General Sherman Tree -- the largest in the world --....

Giant sequoias wrapped in foil to protect from US forest fires The world's biggest trees were being wrapped in fire-proof blankets Thursday in an effort to protect them from huge blazes tearing through the drought-stricken western United States. US & CANADA | LOS ANGELES · 47% Center coverage from....

2021-09-17T05:32+0200ground-news (en)

Fighting Fire With Fire To Protect Ancient Sequoia Trees. LOS ANGELES: With flames advancing toward the signature grove of ancient massive trees in Sequoia National Park, firefighters on Thursday fought fire with fire. KNP Complex Fire: Flames Threaten Sequoia Groves; General Sherman Tree Wrapped In Fireproof Blanket.

Giant Sequoias Wrapped In Foil To Protect From US Forest Fires

2021-09-17T03:21+0200ibtimes (en)

The world's biggest trees were being wrapped in fire-proof blankets Thursday in an effort to protect them from huge blazes tearing through the drought-stricken western United States . A grove of ancient sequoias, including the 275-foot (83-meter) General Sherman Tree -- the largest in the world --....

Giant sequoias wrapped in foil to protect from US forest fires

2021-09-17T02:56+0200yahoo-sg (en)

The world's biggest trees were being wrapped in fire-proof blankets Thursday in an effort to protect them from huge blazes tearing through the drought-stricken western United States . A grove of ancient sequoias, including the 275-foot (83-meter) General Sherman Tree -- the largest in the world --....

Giant sequoias wrapped in foil to protect from US forest fires AFP

2021-09-17T01:30+0200msn-nl (en)

The world's biggest trees were being wrapped in fire-proof blankets Thursday in an effort to protect them from huge blazes tearing through the drought-stricken western United States . © MARK RALSTON The giant sequoias of California are some of the biggest trees in the world, and a popular draw for tourists.

Giant Sequoias Wrapped In Foil To Protect From US Forest Fires

2021-09-17T01:26+0200barrons (en)

The world's biggest trees were being wrapped in fire-proof blankets Thursday in an effort to protect them from huge blazes tearing through the drought-stricken western United States . A grove of ancient sequoias, including the 275-foot (83-meter) General Sherman Tree -- the largest in the world --....

17/09/2021 Giant sequoias wrapped in foil to protect from US forest fires

2021-09-17T01:19+0200rfi-en (en)

Los Angeles (AFP) The world's biggest trees were being wrapped in fire-proof blankets Thursday in an effort to protect them from huge blazes tearing through the drought-stricken western United States . A grove of ancient sequoias, including the 275-foot (83-meter) General Sherman Tree -- the largest....

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

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

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

Oil and gas production emissions could be double official estimates, satellite data suggests

2021-09-16T19:45+0200businessgreen (en)

Greenhouse gas emissions from oil and gas production and refining in the world's leading economies could be collectively almost twice as high as official estimates, according to fresh data released today based on real-time satellite observations. Climate TRACE, a technology and academic coalition....

The nation in brief: Sequoias threatened by latest wildfires

2021-09-16T11:16+0200arkansasonline (en)

Sequoias threatened by latest wildfires. SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK, Calif. -- Fire crews ramped up the battle Wednesday against two expanding forest fires threatening Sequoia National Park's giant sequoia trees and infrastructure. The Colony and Paradise fires, ignited by lightning strikes last week,....

Stati Uniti, Biden: "Dai disastri climatici danni per 100 miliardi nel 2021" La Repubblica

2021-09-15T06:58+0200msn-it (it)

Gli eventi meteorologici estremi di quest'anno costeranno agli Stati Uniti oltre 100 miliardi di dollari . È stato il il presidente Usa Joe Biden a fare questa stima e ad renderla nota mentre visitava il Colorado per evidenziare le condizioni di siccità e gli incendi devastanti nell'ovest degli Stati Uniti.

Stati Uniti, Biden: "Dai disastri climatici danni per 100 miliardi nel 2021" Gli eventi meteorologici estremi di quest'anno costeranno agli Stati Uniti oltre 100 miliardi di dollari. È stato il il presidente Usa Joe Biden a fare questa stima e ad renderla nota mentre visitava il Colorado per....

2021-09-15T02:29+0200msn-it (it)

Gli eventi meteorologici estremi di quest'anno costeranno agli Stati Uniti oltre 100 miliardi di dollari . È stato il il presidente Usa Joe Biden a fare questa stima e ad renderla nota mentre visitava il Colorado per evidenziare le condizioni di siccità e gli incendi devastanti nell'ovest degli Stati Uniti.

Biden: "Dai disastri climatici danni per 100 miliardi nel 2021"

2021-09-15T02:14+0200repubblica (it)

Gli eventi meteorologici estremi di quest'anno costeranno agli Stati Uniti oltre 100 miliardi di dollari . È stato il il presidente Usa Joe Biden a fare questa stima e ad renderla nota mentre visitava il Colorado per evidenziare le condizioni di siccità e gli incendi devastanti nell'ovest degli Stati Uniti.

MIL-OSI USA: O’Halleran Blasts Forest Service for Failure to Agree Upon New Contract

2021-09-15T00:57+0200foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Source: United States House of Representatives – Congressman Tom O’Halleran (AZ-01) VILLAGE OF OAK CREEK—Today, following news that the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) had decided to cancel the 4FRI Phase Two Integrated Resource Stewardship Contract within the Four Forest Restoration Initiative (4FRI),....

Ma la Terra è un pianeta abitabile?

2021-09-14T12:35+0200zazoom-it (it)

(Di martedì 14 settembre 2021) Uragano Ida negli Stati Uniti e da noi, piccolo ma devastante, uragano a Pantelleria. Solo per citare i due rovesci d’acqua di cui nelle ultime settimane si è più parlato da noi ma tanti altri in zone a noi sconosciute non vengono nemmeno citati. Uragani, alluvioni, frane, incendi, mareggiate, ondate di calore.

Ma la Terra è un pianeta abitabile? Uragano Ida negli Stati Uniti e da noi, piccolo ma devastante, uragano a Pantelleria. Solo per citare i due rovesci d’acqua di cui nelle ultime settimane si è più parlato da noi ma tanti altri in [...] More Info

2021-09-14T12:30+0200grae (it)

Uragano Ida negli Stati Uniti e da noi, piccolo ma devastante, uragano a Pantelleria. Solo per citare i due rovesci d’acqua di cui nelle ultime settimane si è più parlato da noi ma tanti altri in zone a noi sconosciute non vengono nemmeno citati. Uragani, alluvioni, frane, incendi, mareggiate, ondate di calore.

Economic losses mount – WMO report

2021-09-11T21:39+0200sundayobserver (en)

Climate change and increasingly extreme weather events, have caused a surge in natural disasters over the past 50 years disproportionately impacting poorer countries, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) said on Wednesday.

Costa este de EE. UU .: Al menos siete muertos por el huracán “Isaías”

2021-09-11T09:21+0200notiulti (es)

El ciclón “Isaías” causó estragos en la costa este de Estados Unidos. Al menos siete personas murieron, millones de ciudadanos estadounidenses en varios estados no tienen electricidad, y el huracán continúa durante días, según los meteorólogos. Después de llegar como huracán a la costa este de....

Nuestras ciudades no están preparadas para el cambio climático

2021-09-10T13:46+0200es-noticias (es)

La semana pasada, en concreto durante la noche del jueves 2 de septiembre, cayó sobre Nueva York más agua que toda la recibida en una ciudad de la costa oeste, como San José (California) en todo 2020. La cola del huracán Ida fue la responsable del destrozo, e incluso en una nación rica como los Estados Unidos, el resultado fueron 40 muertos.

How federal regulation, not climate change, explains California's wildfire crisis: experts

2021-09-10T02:00+0200foxnews (en)

as evidence of climate change , but center-right policy experts claim that federal regulation and poor forest management, not climate change, best explain the fiery devastation in the Golden State. "The problem is not global warming or any other extraneous factor, it's forest mismanagement," Myron....

Cambio climático es la “crisis de todos”, advierte Biden

2021-09-09T23:41+0200elperiodicodemexico (es)

Por AAMER MADHANI y DARLENE SUPERVILLE. NUEVA YORK (AP) El presidente Joe Biden declaró el martes que el cambio climático se ha convertido en la “crisis de todos”, visitó vecindarios inundados por los remanentes del huracán Ida y advirtió que es hora de que Estados Unidos tome en serio la “alarma” o....

Biden wants solar to provide 45% of US energy by 2050

2021-09-09T02:58+0200heraldsun (en)

The Biden administration said Wednesday the United States should aim to garner nearly 50 percent of its electric supply from solar energy by mid-century, unveiling the latest component of its climate change strategy. The report comes as President Joe Biden presses for aggressive action on climate....

Usa, la sfida di Biden: metà elettricità dal solare entro il 2050

2021-09-09T00:34+0200lasentinella (it)

Il governo americano, fa sapere il New York Times , annuncerà un ambizioso programma per trasferire almeno la metà della produzione di energia elettrica dai combustibili fossili alle rinnovabili, in particolare quella solare, entro il 2050. A tutt’oggi, l’elettricità in distribuzione negli Stati....

Cambio climático es la «crisis de todos», advierte Biden

2021-09-08T18:55+0200lahora-GT (es)

El presidente Joe Biden declaró que el cambio climático se ha convertido en la «crisis de todos», visitó vecindarios inundados por los remanentes del huracán Ida y advirtió que es hora de que Estados Unidos tome en serio la «alarma» o enfrentará pérdidas de vidas y de propiedad cada vez peores.

Usa, la sfida di Biden: metà elettricità dal solare entro il 2050

2021-09-08T17:58+0200laprovinciapavese (it)

Il governo americano, fa sapere il New York Times , annuncerà un ambizioso programma per trasferire almeno la metà della produzione di energia elettrica dai combustibili fossili alle rinnovabili, in particolare quella solare, entro il 2050. A tutt’oggi, l’elettricità in distribuzione negli Stati....

La sfida Biden: metà elettricità dal solare entro il 2050

2021-09-08T17:46+0200lastampa (it)

Il governo americano, fa sapere il New York Times , annuncerà un ambizioso programma per trasferire almeno la metà della produzione di energia elettrica dai combustibili fossili alle rinnovabili, in particolare quella solare, entro il 2050. A tutt’oggi, l’elettricità in distribuzione negli Stati....

Usa, la sfida Biden: metà elettricità dal solare entro il 2050

2021-09-08T17:46+0200repubblica (it)

Il governo americano, fa sapere il New York Times , annuncerà un ambizioso programma per trasferire almeno la metà della produzione di energia elettrica dai combustibili fossili alle rinnovabili, in particolare quella solare, entro il 2050. A tutt’oggi, l’elettricità in distribuzione negli Stati....

Economist Paul Krugman: Corporations refusing to pay taxes for climate change programs is 'unforgivable'

2021-09-08T17:32+0200alternet (en)

While the United States ' west coast was battling wildfires on September 1, the Northeastern Corridor suffered tornadoes, torrential rainfall and record flooding — and major streets in New York City and Philadelphia looked like rivers thanks to the remnants of Hurricane Ida .

Joe Biden pide medidas urgentes en contra de crisis climática

2021-09-08T06:34+0200eldia-do (es)

Nueva York.- El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, defendió ayer la necesidad de medidas urgentes para combatir la crisis climática y protegerse de sus efectos tras ver sobre el terreno la devastación causada por los coletazos del huracán Ida en el noreste del país.

Cambio climático es la 'crisis de todos', advierte Biden

2021-09-08T06:22+0200diariolibre (es)

NUEVA YORK (AP) — El presidente Joe Biden declaró el martes que el cambio climático se ha convertido en la “crisis de todos”, visitó vecindarios inundados por los remanentes del huracán Ida y advirtió que es hora de que Estados Unidos tome en serio la “alarma' o enfrentará pérdidas de vidas y de propiedad cada vez peores.

Cambio climático es la "crisis de todos", advierte Biden

2021-09-08T06:16+0200lanacion-AR (es)

NUEVA YORK (AP) — El presidente Joe Biden declaró el martes que el cambio climático se ha convertido en la “crisis de todos”, visitó vecindarios inundados por los remanentes del huracán Ida y advirtió que es hora de que Estados Unidos tome en serio la “alarma" o enfrentará pérdidas de vidas y de propiedad cada vez peores.

Biden pide acción urgente sobre clima tras ver daños de Ida en el noreste

2021-09-08T01:00+0200swissinfo-spa (es)

Mario Villar. Nueva York, 7 sep (EFE).- El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, defendió este martes la necesidad de medidas urgentes para combatir el cambio climático y protegerse de sus efectos tras ver sobre el terreno la devastación causada por los coletazos del huracán Ida en el noreste del país.

5:55 Gobierno de EEUU pide al Congreso ampliar fondos para emergencias

2021-09-08T00:32+0200prensa-latina (es)

7 de septiembre de 2021, 17:55 Washington, 7 sep (Prensa Latina) El gobierno de Estados Unidos solicitó hoy al Congreso aprobar un presupuesto adicional de 24 mil millones de dólares para respaldar programas de ayuda ante los recientes desastres naturales en el país.

Biden alertó las consecuencias climáticas tras volar zonas afectadas por la tormenta Ida

2021-09-07T22:53+0200telam (es)

El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, alertó este martes sobre las consecuencias del cambio climático tras volar por el área de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey afectada por las inundaciones tras la tormenta tropical Ida, informaron fuentes locales. Las lluvias torrenciales que provocó Ida en su....

Biden recorre zonas afectadas por la tormenta Ida

2021-09-07T21:26+0200lanacion-AR (es)

Hillsborough township, nueva jersey, ee.uu. (ap) — señalando al cambio climático, el presidente joe biden recorrió el martes las zonas del noreste de estados unidos que sufrieron los embates del huracán ida y dijo que pensaba en las familias que sufrieron “profundas” pérdidas.

Presidente Biden recorre zonas afectadas por la tormenta Ida

2021-09-07T21:09+0200diariolibre (es)

Señalando al cambio climático, el presidente Joe Biden recorrió el martes las zonas del noreste de Estados Unidos que sufrieron los embates del huracán Ida y dijo que pensaba en las familias que sufrieron “profundas” pérdidas. Biden se encontraba en Nueva Jersey y planeaba ir luego a Nueva York para observar los efectos de la tormenta.

1:39 Biden evaluará impacto de Ida en el noreste de EEUU

2021-09-07T08:02+0200prensa-latina (es)

7 de septiembre de 2021, 1:39 Washington, 7 sep (Prensa Latina) El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, visitará hoy Nueva Jersey y Nueva York para evaluar los daños ocasionados por los remanentes del huracán Ida en esa zona, donde hubo medio centenar de muertos.

STATI UNITI 13 min Se non è acqua, è fuoco: l'odissea climatica dell'estate americana Secondo un'analisi, il surriscaldamento globale ha «già trasformato la vita degli americani».

2021-09-07T06:14+0200tio (it)

WASHINGTON - Temperature da record, inondazioni, incendi e siccità: gli Stati Uniti sono stati scombussolati dai disastri ambientali quest'estate. Quasi un cittadino su tre, infatti, vive in una Contea che è stata colpita da un disastro ambientale negli ultimi tre mesi, con almeno 388 persone che....

Biden aprueba declaración de desastre tras paso del huracán Ida

2021-09-06T22:06+0200eltiempo-CO (es)

El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden , aprobó la declaración de "desastre mayor" para varios condados de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey en respuesta a los daños causados por los coletazos de la tormenta tropical Ida, que golpearon con dureza a la región noreste del país la pasada semana, según informó este lunes la Casa Blanca.

Biden aprueba declaración de desastre para Nueva York y Nueva Jersey por Ida Internacional

2021-09-06T20:30+0200lopezdoriga (es)

Inundación en Nueva York tras el paso de Ida. Foto de EFE. Con la declaración de 'desastre mayor' los estados de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey podrán acceder a fondos federales para ayuda a damnificados y reconstrucción. El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden , aprobó la declaración de “ desastre....

Biden declara “desastre mayor” para Nueva York y Nueva Jersey por remanentes del huracán Ida

2021-09-06T19:51+0200ElComercio (es)

El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden , aprobó la declaración de “desastre mayor” para varios condados de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey en respuesta a los daños causados por los coletazos de la tormenta tropical Ida , que golpearon con dureza a la región noreste del país la pasada semana, según informó este lunes la Casa Blanca.

Este contenido fue publicado el 06 09 2021 - 16:22 06 09 2021 - 16:22 Biden aprueba declaración de desastre para Nueva York y Nueva Jersey por Ida

2021-09-06T18:45+0200swissinfo-spa (es)

Nueva York, 6 sep (EFE).- El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, ha aprobado la declaración de "desastre mayor" para varios condados de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey en respuesta a los daños causados por los coletazos del huracán Ida, que golpearon con dureza a la región noreste del país la pasada semana, según informó hoy la Casa Blanca.

Papa Francisco lamenta muertes y daños por Ida en Estados Unidos

2021-09-06T00:00+0200diariodecolima (es)

El papa Francisco lamentó las alrededor de 50 muertes causadas por el huracán Ida en Estados Unidos y pidió apoyo para los damnificados El papa Francisco lamentó las muertes y los daños ocasionados por el fuerte huracán Ida en Estados Unidos, que se han cobrado alrededor de medio centenar de vidas....

El huracán Ida provocó una fuga de petróleo en el Golfo de México

2021-09-05T23:27+0200infobae (es)

Sistemas de espumado y contención fueron instalados en el golfo de México, cerca de la costa de Louisiana, para responder a una contaminación por petróleo descubierta tras el paso del huracán Ida , según informó este domingo la Guardia Costera de Estados Unidos.

Papa Francisco lamenta muertes y daños por Ida en Estados Unidos Internacional

2021-09-05T15:21+0200lopezdoriga (es)

El papa Francisco lamentó las alrededor de 50 muertes causadas por el huracán Ida en Estados Unidos y pidió apoyo para los damnificados. El papa Francisco lamentó las muertes y los daños ocasionados por el fuerte huracán Ida en Estados Unidos , que se han cobrado alrededor de medio centenar de....

Biden visitará Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para evaluar los daños...

2021-09-05T12:49+0200elsiglo (es)

El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, visitará el próximo martes los estados de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para ver sobre el terreno los daños causados por los coletazos del huracán Ida, según informó este sábado la Casa Blanca. Biden viajará a la localidad de Manville, en Nueva Jersey, y al....

Sale a 60 vittime il bilancio dell’uragano Ida

2021-09-05T08:54+0200ticinonews (it)

Particolarmente colpite Louisiana, New Jersey, e New York. Il Washington Post stima che un americano su tre vive in una zona colpita da un disastro meteo negli ultimi tre mesi. È salito ad almeno 60 il numero delle vittime del passaggio sugli Stati Uniti dell’uragano Ida, che ha colpito in particolare la Louisiana, il New Jersey e New York.

FOTO STATI UNITI 14 min Ida ha provocato almeno 60 morti Si aggrava il bilancio delle vittime dell'uragano che ha colpito in particolare la Louisiana, New York e New Jersey.

2021-09-05T08:53+0200tio (it)

WASHINGTON - È salito ad almeno 60 il numero delle vittime del passaggio sugli Stati Uniti dell'uragano Ida, che ha colpito in particolare la Louisiana, il New Jersey e New York. Lo riferiscono i media Usa. Intanto, un'analisi del Washington Post, basata sulle dichiarazioni federali di disastro,....

Biden visitará Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para evaluar los daños de Ida

2021-09-05T03:35+0200eldia-do (es)

Nueva York.- El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, visitará el próximo martes los estados de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para ver sobre el terreno los daños causados por los coletazos del huracán Ida, según informó este sábado la Casa Blanca. Biden viajará a la localidad de Manville, en Nueva....

Estados Unidos: Joe Biden visitará Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para evaluar los daños del huracán Ida

2021-09-05T02:50+0200rpp (es)

El presidente de , visitará el próximo martes los estados de y Nueva Jersey para ver sobre el terreno los daños causados por los coletazos del huracán Ida , según informó este sábado la Casa Blanca. Biden viajará a la localidad de Manville, en Nueva Jersey , y al distrito de Queens, en la ciudad de....

Huracán Ida: Joe Biden visitará Nueva York para evaluación de daños

2021-09-04T23:10+0200mvsnoticias (es)

Tras el paso del huracán Ida en Nueva York , el presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden realizará un viaje al estado para evaluar los daños. Además, la Casa Blanca informó que el mandatario estadunidense también hará una visita a Nueva Jersey , luego de los destrozos causados por el meteoro. Foto: EFE.

Biden visitará Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para evaluar los daños de Ida

2021-09-04T22:32+0200eldiario-EC (es)

04 Sep, 2021 - 15:11 pm El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, visitará el próximo martes los estados de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para ver sobre el terreno los daños causados por los coletazos del huracán Ida, según informó este sábado la Casa Blanca.

Visitará Biden los estados afectados por el huracán ‘Ida’

2021-09-04T22:23+0200expreso-press (es)

ESTADOS UNIDOS.- El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, visitará el próximo martes los estados de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para ver los daños causados por los coletazos del huracán Ida, según informó este sábado la Casa Blanca. Biden viajará a la localidad de Manville, en Nueva Jersey, y al....

Biden visitará Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para evaluar los daños de Ida

2021-09-04T22:11+0200super7 (es)

Nueva York.- El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, visitará el próximo martes los estados de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para ver sobre el terreno los daños causados por los coletazos del huracán Ida, según informó la Casa Blanca. Biden viajará a la localidad de Manville, en Nueva Jersey, y al....

Biden visitará Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para evaluar los daños del huracán Ida

2021-09-04T21:33+0200laprensa-HN (es)

Nueva York, Estados Unidos. El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden , visitará el próximo martes los estados de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para ver sobre el terreno los daños causados por los coletazos del huracán Ida, según informó este sábado la Casa Blanca.

Biden visitará Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para evaluar los daños de Ida

2021-09-04T21:29+0200diario1 (es)

El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, visitará el próximo martes los estados de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para ver sobre el terreno los daños causados por los coletazos del huracán Ida, según informó este sábado la Casa Blanca. Biden viajará a la localidad de Manville, en Nueva Jersey, y al....

Biden visitará Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para evaluar los daños del huracán Ida

2021-09-04T21:25+0200diariocorreo (es)

El presidente de Estados Unidos viajará a la localidad de Manville, en Nueva Jersey, y al distrito de Queens, en la ciudad de Nueva York, dos de las zonas más afectadas por las fuertes lluvias del pasado miércoles El presidente de Estados Unidos , Joe Biden, visitará el próximo martes los estados....

Joe Biden visitará Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para evaluar los daños del huracán Ida

2021-09-04T21:17+0200peru21 (es)

El presidente de Estados Unidos , Joe Biden, visitará el próximo martes los estados de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para ver sobre el terreno los daños causados por los coletazos del huracán Ida, según informó este sábado la Casa Blanca. Biden viajará a la localidad de Manville, en Nueva Jersey, y al....

Biden visitará Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para evaluar los daños de Ida

2021-09-04T21:11+0200elnuevodiario-DO (es)

EL NUEVO DIARIO, NUEVA YORK.- El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, visitará el próximo martes los estados de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para ver sobre el terreno los daños causados por los coletazos del huracán Ida, según informó este sábado la Casa Blanca.

Biden visitará Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para evaluar los daños de Ida

2021-09-04T21:08+0200holanews (es)

EEUU HURACÁN. Nueva York, 4 sep (EFE).- El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, visitará el próximo martes los estados de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para ver sobre el terreno los daños causados por los coletazos del huracán Ida, según informó este sábado la Casa Blanca.

Biden visitará Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para evaluar los daños de Ida

2021-09-04T21:00+0200diariolibre (es)

Nueva York, 4 sep (EFE).- El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, visitará el próximo martes los estados de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para ver sobre el terreno los daños causados por los coletazos del huracán Ida, según informó este sábado la Casa Blanca.

Este contenido fue publicado el 04 09 2021 - 18:18 04 09 2021 - 18:18 Biden visitará Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para evaluar los daños de Ida

2021-09-04T20:42+0200swissinfo-spa (es)

Nueva York, 4 sep (EFE).- El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, visitará el próximo martes los estados de Nueva York y Nueva Jersey para ver sobre el terreno los daños causados por los coletazos del huracán Ida, según informó este sábado la Casa Blanca.

El huracán Ida ocasiona estragos en Estados Unidos

2021-09-04T07:54+0200lostiempos (es)

El rol del cambio climático en las inundaciones en Nueva York y el estado de la infraestructura en esa ciudad centraban la atención ayer en Estados Unidos, luego de que lluvias torrenciales dejaron al menos 47 muertos en cinco estados del noreste del país.

Mai più senza corrente durante un disastro naturale

2021-09-04T07:51+0200technologyreview-it (it)

L'uragano Ida offre l'ultimo promemoria della necessità di ricostruire rapidamente sistemi in grado di resistere a eventi sempre più estremi. Il riscaldamento globale in di modi diversi che le infrastrutture negli Stati Uniti sono state costruite per le condizioni climatiche del passato.

Chilena falleció en Nueva Jersey tras graves inundaciones provocadas por huracán Ida

2021-09-04T00:33+0200radioagricultura (es)

Durante esta jornada se confirmó el fallecimiento de una ciudadana chilena , en el marco graves inundaciones detectadas en Nueva Jersey, Estados Unidos. La muerte de Dafne López se registró mientras se encontraba al interior de un vehículo en un estacionamiento, donde su automóvil quedó atascado por el agua, según consignó Meganoticias.

Cambio climático es el centro de atención en EEUU tras los problemas en Nueva York

2021-09-03T21:39+0200eluniverso (es)

El rol del cambio climático en las inundaciones en Nueva York y el estado de la infraestructura en esa ciudad centraban la atención el viernes en Estados Unidos, luego de que lluvias torrenciales dejaron al menos 47 muertos en cinco estados del noreste del país.

Cambio climático, causante de las graves inundaciones en Nueva York

2021-09-03T21:28+0200eluniversal-MX (es)

y el estado de la infraestructura en esa ciudad centraban la atención el viernes en Estados Unidos , luego de que lluvias torrenciales dejaron al menos 48 muertos en cinco estados del noreste del país. Treinta y seis horas después de que remanentes del huracán "Ida" sembraran el caos en la principal....

Climate Change Pushes Fires to Higher Ground

2021-09-03T21:08+0200enn (en)

Wildfires in the western United States have been spreading to higher elevations due to warmer and drier conditions. Scientists have known for decades that climate change makes wildfires more common, larger, and more intense. Now an international team of scientists has demonstrated a new connection between fires and global warming.

Cambio climático foco de atención en EEUU tras caos en Nueva York

2021-09-03T19:58+0200ultimasnoticias (es)

El rol del cambio climático en las inundaciones en Nueva York y el estado de la infraestructura en esa ciudad centraban la atención el viernes en Estados Unidos, luego de que lluvias torrenciales dejaron al menos 47 muertos en cinco estados del noreste del país.

Devastación tras el paso de huracán Ida por EEUU: inundaciones dejan al menos 46 muertos

2021-09-03T17:36+0200biobiochile (es)

Al menos 46 personas han perdido la vida en Nueva York, Nueva Jersey y otros puntos de la costa noreste de Estados Unidos tras el paso del huracán Ida. Las históricas lluvias torrenciales e inundaciones repentinas provocadas tras el paso del huracán han sido devastadoras, según los últimos balances.

Así ha quedado Estados Unidos tras el paso del huracán Ida: calles bajo el agua y autopistas engullidas por ríos

2021-09-03T16:57+0200antena3noticias (es)

Si observarnos Estados Unidos desde el cielo la imagen impresiona: calles sumergidas bajo el agua, estadios anegados y autopistas engullidas por los ríos . El huracán Ida ha provocado grandes daños y destrozos en el sur del país y en las últimas horas una tormenta ha azotado a varios estados del noreste dejando al menos 43 fallecidos.

Biden recorrerá Nueva Orleans, fuertemente afectada por el huracán Ida

2021-09-03T16:01+0200latribuna (es)

Washington, Estados Unidos.- El presidente estadounidense Joe Biden, para quien la lucha contra el cambio climático es una prioridad, viaja este viernes a Nueva Orleans para recorrer en helicóptero los daños causados por el huracán Ida, que azotó la costa del Golfo antes de provocar estragos en Nueva York.

Biden viaja a Luisiana a llevar mensaje de apoyo a los damnificados por huracán

2021-09-03T14:31+0200espanol-almayadeen (es)

El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, viajará hoy a Luisiana para llevar a los afectados por el huracán Ida un mensaje de apoyo, informó la Casa Blanca. En una alocución el jueves, el mandatario dijo que su administración ayudará a los afectados por el huracán, esbozando una respuesta antes de....

By hogging sunlight, invasive shrubs harm native plants in US forests

2021-09-03T13:49+0200myanmarnews (en)

Photo:Pixabay/BjoernSchrempp. When most people in the United States think of invasive species, they might picture Burmese pythons in Florida or cane toads in Hawaii. Few Americans may think of shrubs as invasive species, yet these plants too can wreak havoc with the country's forests.

In Usa Ida fa 46 vittime, Biden: dobbiamo essere più preparati

2021-09-03T13:33+0200ilSole24ore (it)

Milano, 3 set. (askanews) - L'uragano Ida ha ucciso 46 persone negli Stati Uniti, 23 solo in New Jersey. È uno degli eventi climatici più disastrosi da anni in queste zone: ci sono state alluvioni anche in quartieri centrali di New York, la metro si è allagata in più punti.

Huracán mortal en Estados Unidos

2021-09-03T13:09+0200euronews-es (es)

La mitad de las víctimas se han producido en la ciudad de Nueva York. La costa este hace evalúa las consecuencias del paso de Ida como huracán y posteriormente ciclón. La mayoría de las muertes en Nueva York, entre ellas la de un niño de 2 años, se registraron "en viviendas unifamiliares y sótanos"....

Fallecen 46 personas en EU tras el paso del huracán Ida

2021-09-03T13:00+0200vanguardia-MX (es)

NUEVA YORK, EU.- Los sorprendidos habitantes de la costa este de Estados Unidos enfrentaban ayer un creciente número de muertos, ríos desbordados, daños por tornados y llamadas continuas de auxilio después de que los remanentes del huracán Ida azotaran la región con precipitaciones históricas que....

Negli Usa la furia dell'uragano Ida, Biden: "Dobbiamo essere più preparati"

2021-09-03T12:50+0200UnioneSarda (it)

Sono almeno 46 le persone uccise negli Stati Uniti, 23 solo in New Jersey, in uno degli eventi climatici più disastrosi da anni in queste zone, l'uragano Ida. Una situazione critica che impone di agire, ha detto Joe Biden parlando alla nazione: "L'uragano Ida nei giorni scorsi, gli incendi ad ovest,....

In Usa Ida fa 46 vittime, Biden: dobbiamo essere più preparati

2021-09-03T12:28+0200askanews (it)

Milano, 3 set. (askanews) – L’uragano Ida ha ucciso 46 persone negli Stati Uniti, 23 solo in New Jersey. È uno degli eventi climatici più disastrosi da anni in queste zone: ci sono state alluvioni anche in quartieri centrali di New York, la metro si è allagata in più punti.

EE. UU.: “Ida” deja al menos 42 muertos en inundaciones

2021-09-03T09:07+0200elperiodico-GT (es)

Ida , que como huracán generó una gran devastación en el sur de Estados Unidos y luego se convirtió en un ciclón postropical, azotó en las últimas horas varios estados del noreste del país dejando al menos 42 fallecidos debido a las lluvias torrenciales, rápidas inundaciones y vientos huracanados.

Usa, si aggrava il bilancio del passaggio dell’uragano “Ida”: 23 morti nel solo New Jersey

2021-09-03T08:48+0200meteoweek (it)

MeteoWeek (Photo by Getty Images) Si fa di ora in ora sempre più pesante il bilancio del passaggio della coda dell’ uragano “Ida” nel Nord-est degli Stati Uniti: la devastante tempesta ha provocato finora la morte di 23 persone nel solo Stato del New Jersey.

Almeno 45 morti sulla costa Est degli Stati Uniti dopo il passaggio di Ida Euronews

2021-09-03T08:26+0200msn-nl (it)

"Parlare di un evento senza precedenti è un eufemismo". Con queste parole la neo governatrice dello Stato di New York, Kathryn Hochul, ha descritto il passaggio di Ida sulla costa orientale degli Stati Uniti . Almeno 45 persone sono morte - che si aggiungono alle 13 vittime in Louisiana, Mississippi....

EE.UU. despide al huracán Ida y espera por Larry

2021-09-03T08:14+0200lahora (es)

La zona atlántica ha soportado el embate del 55% de las tormentas y huracanes previstos para este año. Aún se esperan ocho más. Redacción WASHINGTON. El huracán Ida , el tercero de la temporada 2021, dejó 48 muertos y daños aún no cuantificados a su paso por el este de los Estados Unidos .

Stati Uniti, l'uragano Ida fa 45 morti nel nord est. Cascate d'acqua nella metro

2021-09-03T07:39+0200rainews (it)

03 settembre 2021. L'uragano Ida, così come gli incendi boschivi, sono una prova "della crisi climatica". A sottolinearlo è il presidente americano Joe Biden. Il bilancio provocato dalla coda dell'uragano nel nord est americano continua ad aggravarsi, almeno 45 i morti: 13 a New York City e tre nella contea di Westchester.

Ida: almeno 45 morti sulla costa Est degli Stati Uniti

2021-09-03T07:17+0200euronews-it (it)

"Parlare di un evento senza precedenti è un eufemismo". Con queste parole la neo governatrice dello Stato di New York, Kathryn Hochul, ha descritto il passaggio di Ida sulla costa orientale degli Stati Uniti . Almeno 45 persone sono morte - che si aggiungono alle 13 vittime in Louisiana, Mississippi....

Stati Uniti, l'uragano Ida fa 46 morti nel nord est. Cascate d'acqua nella metro

2021-09-03T04:08+0200rainews (it)

02 settembre 2021. L'uragano Ida, così come gli incendi boschivi, sono una prova "della crisi climatica". A sottolinearlo oggi è il presidente americano Joe Biden. Il bilancio provocato dalla coda dell'uragano nel nord est americano continua ad aggravarsi, almeno 46 i morti: 13 a New York City e tre nella contea di Westchester.

New York, l'uragano Ida fa strage: 41 morti. Cascate d'acqua nella metro

2021-09-03T00:23+0200quotidiano (it)

che ha colpito, con piogge e inondazioni senza precedenti, la costa nordorientale degli Usa, compresa New York. La polizia ha riferito che nella città di New York sono morte 15 persone, di cui la maggior parte annegata negli scantinati della loro abitazioni, uno era un bambino di 2 anni.

Biden urge al Congreso de EEUU medidas contra el cambio climático

2021-09-02T23:15+0200radiohc (es)

Washington, 2 sep (RHC) El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, pidió al Congreso aprobar rápidamente el proyecto de ley de infraestructura que incluye medidas para disminuir el impacto del cambio climático en el país. La crisis climática está aquí, expresó el primer mandatario en referencia a....

4:21 Biden urge al Congreso de EEUU medidas contra el cambio climático

2021-09-02T22:28+0200prensa-latina (es)

2 de septiembre de 2021, 16:21 Washington, 2 sep (Prensa Latina) El presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, pidió hoy al Congreso aprobar rápidamente el proyecto de ley de infraestructura que incluye medidas para disminuir el impacto del cambio climático en el país.

"Estamos juntos en esto", dice Biden tras los daños causados por 'Ida' en EU

2021-09-02T20:21+0200milenio (es)

Tras el pasó del remanente de Ida , que llegó a huracán categoría 4 al tocar tierra el domingo y que provocó hoy inundaciones históricas en Nueva York, Nueva Jersey, Connecticut y Pennsylvania, el presidente de Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, anunció planes de recuperación y rescate para la zona , que se....

Weather disasters are getting worse worldwide, report says. But the good news is they aren't as deadly.

2021-09-02T13:16+0200azcentral (en)

Weather disasters are hitting the globe five times more often than they did in the 1970s. Causes of the calamities include climate change, more extreme weather and improved reporting. But there is some good news: disasters are less deadly than they used to be. If you think weather disasters are getting worse, you're right.

Weather disasters are getting worse. The good…

2021-09-02T12:55+0200usaToday (en)

Weather disasters are hitting the globe five times more often than they did in the 1970s. Causes of the calamities include climate change, more extreme weather and improved reporting. But there is some good news: disasters are less deadly than they used to be. If you think weather disasters are getting worse, you're right.

Yes, weather disasters are getting worse worldwide, new report says. But the good news is they aren't as deadly.

2021-09-02T12:16+0200azcentral (en)

If you think weather disasters are getting worse, you're right. In fact, disasters caused by weather are hitting the globe five times more often and leading to seven times more damage than they did in the 1970s, according to a new report released Wednesday by the United Nations' weather agency, the World Meteorological Organization.

Climate and weather related disasters surge five-fold over 50 years, but early warnings save lives - WMO report

2021-09-02T07:56+0200publicnow (en)

According to the agencies' Atlas of Mortality and Economic Losses from Weather, Climate and Water Extremes , from 1970 to 2019, these natural hazards accounted for 50 per cent of all disasters, 45 per cent of all reported deaths and 74 per cent of all reported economic losses.

WMO: Weather disasters have increased five-fold over past 5 decades

2021-09-02T04:17+0200fox35orlando (en)

LOS ANGELES As wildfires scorch the Western United States and Hurricane Ida leaves behind catastrophic damage across Louisiana, a new report shows weather-related disasters have occurred every day, on average, and have skyrocketed over the past 50 years.

WMO: Weather disasters have increased five-fold over past 5 decades

2021-09-02T03:15+0200fox5atlanta (en)

LOS ANGELES As wildfires scorch the Western United States and Hurricane Ida leaves behind catastrophic damage across Louisiana, a new report shows weather-related disasters have occurred every day, on average, and have skyrocketed over the past 50 years.

ONU: Crecen el número y el coste de los desastres climáticos

2021-09-02T00:26+0200elmanana (es)

El reporte se publicó en un verano lleno de desastres en todo el mundo. Estados Unidos ha sufrido al mismo tiempo al poderoso huracán Ida y una serie de incendios forestales agravados por la sequía. "Las buenas noticias son que hemos podido minimizar el número de víctimas una vez hemos empezado a....

Climate And Weather Related Disasters Surge Five-fold Over 50 Years, But Early Warnings Save Lives - WMO Report

2021-09-01T21:16+0200scoop-co-nz (en)

Thursday, 2 September 2021, 6:49 am Press Release: UN News Climate change and increasingly extreme weather events, have caused a surge in natural disasters over the past 50 years disproportionately impacting poorer countries, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) said on Wednesday.

Weather disasters are more common and costly than in the past but less deadly, UN finds

2021-09-01T15:24+0200news-yahoo (en)

Weather-related disasters have become more common and more costly over the past 50 years but so far have killed fewer people than catastrophes in the past, according to a new report from the United Nations' weather agency. Why it matters: The World Meteorological Organization's (WMO) report, which....

Climate and weather related disasters surge five-fold over 50 years

2021-09-01T12:07+0200maravipost (en)

Over the past five decades, disasters related to weather, climate or water hazards, have become a regular occurrence, responsible for the deaths of at least 115 people, and causing $202 million in economic loses every day, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), launched on Wednesday.

Climate and weather related disasters surge five-fold over 50 years

2021-09-01T11:20+0200cambodiantimes (en)

Over the past five decades, disasters related to weather, climate or water hazards, have become a regular occurrence, responsible for the deaths of at least 115 people, and causing $202 million in economic loses every day, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), launched on Wednesday.

Climate and weather related disasters surge five-fold over 50 years

2021-09-01T10:51+0200longbeachstar (en)

Over the past five decades, disasters related to weather, climate or water hazards, have become a regular occurrence, responsible for the deaths of at least 115 people, and causing $202 million in economic loses every day, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), launched on Wednesday.

Climate and weather related disasters surge five-fold over 50 years

2021-09-01T10:32+0200un-org (en)

Climate change footprints. “The number of weather, climate and water extremes are increasing and will become more frequent and severe in many parts of the world as a result of climate change”, said Mr. Taalas. “That means more heatwaves, drought and forest fires such as those we have observed recently in Europe and North America”.

Climate and weather related disasters surge five-fold over 50 years

2021-09-01T09:58+0200miragenews (en)

Climate change footprints. “The number of weather, climate and water extremes are increasing and will become more frequent and severe in many parts of the world as a result of climate change”, said Mr. Taalas. “That means more heatwaves, drought and forest fires such as those we have observed recently in Europe and North America”.

Climate and weather related disasters surge five-fold over 50 years

2021-09-01T09:36+0200un-news (en)

Climate change footprints. “The number of weather, climate and water extremes are increasing and will become more frequent and severe in many parts of the world as a result of climate change”, said Mr. Taalas. “That means more heatwaves, drought and forest fires such as those we have observed recently in Europe and North America”.

on the island of Evia, two monasteries saved from the flames

2021-08-31T20:13+0200archyde (en)

“Almighty God protect our monastery, l the inhabitants of the island of Evia and the pays whole flames. “ The litany resonates throughout the valley of the Big Island located northeast of Athens. It covers miles and miles of desolation, devastated forest, blackened trees, skeletons of houses, carcasses of dead animals, earth dried up by fire.

Huge forest fire in California threatens popular tourist area

2021-08-31T12:02+0200archyde (en)

W A huge forest fire near the popular tourist area of ​​Lake Tahoe in the US state of California caused thousands of people to flee their homes. On Monday, the so-called “Caldor Fire” moved towards South Lake Tahoe, the most important resort in the well-known vacation area on the border between California and Nevada.

El huracán Ida deja una estela de destrucción tras pasar por Luisiana

2021-08-31T10:38+0200eldeber (es)

Un día después de tocar tierra en la costa de Luisiana como un huracán de categoría 4 ‘Ida’ continuaba ayer su camino hacia el vecino Misisipi y el interior de Estados Unidos. Lo hacía ya degradado a tormenta tropical pero aún cargado de peligros por los vientos, lluvias torrenciales y marejadas....

UI Engineer Wins NASA Funding To Study Effects Of Wildfires

2021-08-31T09:30+0200satnews (en)

Forest fires have been ravaging much of the West, and NASA has provided a University of Iowa team with a grant to study the impact large-scale blazes have on the climate. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) awarded a University of Iowa Technology Institute (ITI) scientist grants totaling $1.

Uragano Ida, “danni catastrofici in Louisiana”: scaricati 400mm di pioggia, intere aree sott’acqua. Un milione di persone senza energia elettrica – FOTO

2021-08-30T23:14+0200meteoweb (it)

Uno dei più forti uragani che abbia mai colpito gli Stati Uniti si è indebolito a tempesta tropicale, spingendosi verso l’entroterra in Mississippi con piogge torrenziali e fortissimi venti. Lo spaventoso uragano Ida ha lasciato i residenti della Louisiana bloccati nell’acqua alta, mentre un milione....

Forest fires a reminder of climate crisis

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

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

Usa, eventi metereologici estremi spingono fotovoltaico residenziale

2021-08-26T12:58+0200energiaoltre (it)

Gli americani sono sempre più interessati al fotovoltaico residenziale anche a causa degli eventi metereologici estremi che si sono verificati negli ultimi mesi Gli eventi meteorologici estremi verificatisi negli ultimi tempi negli Stati Uniti, incendi, inondazioni, uragani, hanno interrotto più....

Mujer muere al intentar transmitir en Facebook una inundación

2021-08-25T22:31+0200expreso-press (es)

Linda Almond estaba haciendo una transmisión en Facebook sobre la gran inundación en Tennessee, momentos después fue arrastrada por la corriente y murió. ESTADOS UNIDOS.- Las inundaciones en varias partes del mundo como México y Estados Unidos contrastan con los fuertes incendios que se registran....

Mujer muere tras grabar fuerte inundación ...

2021-08-25T22:14+0200zocalo (es)

Dentro del coche también viajaba una niña de 7 años, dos bebés gemelos de solo 7 meses de edad y un amigo de Linda. Foto: Especial. Internacional Mujer muere tras grabar fuerte inundación en Tennessee. Linda Almond estaba haciendo una transmisión en Facebook sobre la gran inundación en Tennessee. Estados Unidos.

Tourist sites threatened by raging US wildfires

2021-08-25T20:48+0200aljazeera-en (en)

that fuel the massive blazes. The wildfire has already gutted hundreds of homes and is advancing towards the resort cities of Lake Tahoe as thousands of firefighters tried to box in the flames. On Wednesday, the Caldor Fire was less than 32km (20 miles) east of the lake that straddles the California-Nevada state line.

Climate change fuels more ‘fire-prone’ days beyond U.S. West coast

2021-08-25T20:38+0200trust (en)

California and the Pacific Northwest have attracted much of the attention during the 2021 wildfire season, but climate change-fueled fire risk is encroaching much farther east, researchers say. * "Fire weather" days spike in U.S. beyond regular hot spots. * Climate change seen as key driver of fire-prone conditions.

News24.com | Climate change fuels more ‘fire-prone’ days beyond US West coast

2021-08-25T19:16+0200news24 (en)

Climate change is fueling conditions for more rapid growth of wildfires in the western United States - including in some places, from Oklahoma to Nebraska, that may not expect them, researchers said on Wednesday. Wildfires are already devastating broad swaths of the West coast but other western....

Rassegna di geopolitica. La nuova stagione degli uragani atlantici sarà anche peggio della precedente

2021-08-25T13:21+0200247libero (it)

Visualizza la trascrizione automatica Nascondi la trascrizione automatica. L'ascolto di radio radicale la rassegna di geopolitica di mercoledì venticinque agosto due mila ventuno oggi e torniamo a parlare di cambiamento climatico diventi meteorologici estremi negli Stati Uniti in particolare....

Greece’s forest fires: two new fires ignite amid strong winds

2021-08-23T13:03+0200naveenbharat (en)

By The Associated Press. ATHENS: Greece’s fire department destroyed firefighters and ground forces as at least two new blasts started in areas already scorched by wildfires this summer, with strong winds slamming efforts to control them. made it complicated.

Huracán Henri acelera velocidad y avanza hacia el noreste de EE.UU. Sus vientos huracanados se extienden hasta 75 km del centro y los de tormenta tropical hasta 240 km. Se esperan lluvias y marejadas ciclónicas que podrían causar inundaciones.

2021-08-22T01:07+0200deutschewelle-es (es)

El huracán de categoría 1 Henri avanzaba este sábado (21.08.2021) a 30 km/h y con vientos máximos sostenidos de 120 km por hora hacia la costa del noreste de Estados Unidos, donde se espera que toque tierra el domingo. Henri, el tercer huracán del 2021 en la cuenca atlántica, tiene en alerta a....

a French company wants to recycle airliners into water bombers

2021-08-21T14:19+0200archyde (en)

Numerous fires have ravaged the south of France in recent days. If the intervention forces gradually manage to control them, concerns persist about the risk of seeing these phenomena intensify in the years to come. A new major tool could however join the arsenal of fight against these devastating....

El huracán Grace cae con fuerza en México

2021-08-21T05:36+0200lagaceta (es)

TECOLUTLA, México.- Grace seguía fortaleciéndose y para anoche se esperaba que toque tierra en la costa oriental de México, como un huracán de categoría 2, advirtieron autoridades locales y el Centro Nacional de Huracanes de Estados Unidos. Tras cruzar el Caribe, el ciclón se convirtió por primera....

Kazakh Fire Rescue Group Complete Mission in Turkey

2021-08-20T14:07+0200astanatimes (en)

NUR-SULTAN – The rescuers of the Kazakh Ministry of Emergency Situations have completed their mission on extinguishing wildfires in Turkey. They conducted operations with crews from Russia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Ukraine, Poland, Austria, the United States , Belarus, Iran, Spain and Switzerland.

Smoke seasons aren't new but our efforts to control wildfires are, and should change

2021-08-20T13:32+0200phys (en)

Satellites tracked enormous plumes of wildfire smoke across North America, the Atlantic Ocean and the Arctic Circle until they Although the 2021 smoke season is in many ways unprecedented, smoke seasons themselves are not new. Western North America is particularly susceptible to smoke because....

Top forestry official recounts Turkey’s biggest wildfire

2021-08-20T13:20+0200dailysabah (en)

This was not a fire, this was a disaster, the head of the Directorate of Forestry in Turkey's southern province of Antalya said, recalling the days firefighters battled the blaze that gutted vast swathes of forests. Vedat Dikici, a veteran of forestry services for more than three decades, explained....

Algeria and Morocco squabble again, relations set to deteriorate further

2021-08-20T05:56+0200north-africa (en)

A long history of distrust and wasted time Algeria is to review its relations with Morocco, accusing it of involvement in deadly fires that this month killed at least 90 people. The two Maghreb heavyweights have for decades been locked in tensions, notably over the issue of the Western Sahara.

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