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Fighting The Evil Enemy — Forest Fire

2022-10-02T01:55+0200timesofindia (en)

Nagpur: Very few of us are aware of the fact that it is not poaching, but among the most damaging factors affecting our forests is actually the trail left behind by the forest fires. From a few acres, which the fire-fighting staff manage to control at an early stage, to a few square kilometres and....

'Satellite heroes' behind earthquake relief

2022-10-01T12:55+0200ecns (en)

(ECNS) -- Soon after a 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck Luding County, southwest China's Sichuan Province at 12:52 pm on Sept. 5, 2022, the China Center for Resources Satellite Data & Application immediately started emergency rescue work. The Gaofen-3 resource satellite acquired the SAR images of the....

Two-thirds of Earth’s land is on pace to lose water …

2022-09-29T06:39+0200wearecentralpa (en)

The world watched with a sense of dread in 2018 as Cape Town, South Africa, counted down the days until the city would run out of water. The region’s surface reservoirs were going dry amid its worst drought on record, and the public countdown was a plea for help.

China’s extreme weather challenges scientists trying to study it

2022-09-22T02:17+0200nature-current (en)

Many regions of China are just emerging from a record-breaking heatwave that lasted for two months, and which was followed by one of the worst droughts in nearly 40 years. Researchers are now trying to understand the conditions that fuelled such extreme events, because many projections came up short.

China’s extreme weather challenges scientists trying to study it

2022-09-22T02:15+0200nature-Earth-and-Environmental-Sciences (en)

Many regions of China are just emerging from a record-breaking heatwave that lasted for two months, and which was followed by one of the worst droughts in nearly 40 years. Researchers are now trying to understand the conditions that fuelled such extreme events, because many projections came up short.

China’s extreme weather challenges scientists trying to study it A severe heatwave in parts of China exacerbated a drought and fuelled wildfires.

2022-09-21T20:06+0200nature (en)

Many regions of China are just emerging from a record-breaking heatwave that lasted for two months, and which was followed by one of the worst droughts in nearly 40 years. Researchers are now trying to understand the conditions that fuelled such extreme events, because many projections came up short.

China’s extreme weather challenges scientists trying to study it

2022-09-21T10:19+0200wingsenvironmental (en)

Many regions of China are just emerging from a record-breaking heatwave that lasted for two months, and which was followed by one of the worst droughts in nearly 40 years. Researchers are now trying to understand the conditions that fueled such extreme events, because many projections came up short.

While You Were Sleeping: 5 stories you might have missed, Sept 20

2022-09-20T00:25+0200straitstimesSG (en)

Major quake hits Mexico on anniversary of deadly tremors. A powerful earthquake struck western Mexico on Monday, shaking buildings hundreds of miles away in Mexico City on the anniversary of two major tremors in 1985 and 2017, seismologists said. The national seismological agency reported the quake was of magnitude 7.

A third of Aussies fear losing their homes to climate change

2022-09-16T19:39+0200samacharcentral (en)

Six in 10 Australia ns (62%) expect climate change will have a severe effect in their area over the next 10 years and globally across 34 countries more than 71%, including a majority in every single country, expect the same, a new study conducted by Ipsos for the World Economic Forum finds.

A third of Aussies fear losing their homes to climate change

2022-09-16T19:20+0200vervetimes (en)

Six in 10 Australia ns (62%) expect climate change will have a severe effect in their area over the next 10 years and globally across 34 countries more than 71%, including a majority in every single country, expect the same, a new study conducted by Ipsos for the World Economic Forum finds.

World Ozone Day: Forest fires pose new threat to ozone layer

2022-09-16T17:20+0200downtoearth (en)

The wildfires that scorched much of Australia from June 2019 to March 2020 were unprecedented in scale and nature. They burned over 33 million hectares, killed or displaced 3 billion animals and caused damage to property, becoming the worst natural disaster in the country.

Scopri di più su Conferenza internazionale dedicata agli incendi boschivi

2022-09-16T09:57+0200regione-toscana (it)

Conferenza internazionale dedicata agli incendi boschivi. L' Association for Fire Ecology (AFE) e la Pau Costa Foundation (PCF) , in collaborazione con la Regione Toscana e l' Università degli Studi di Firenze , ospitano dal 4 al 7 ottobre 2022 presso l'Auditorium di Santa Apollonia in via S.

Segittur presenta una guía práctica de respuesta ante futuros adversos para destinos turísticos

2022-09-15T09:03+0200europapress (es)

MADRID, 14 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) - Segittur ha presentado la Guía práctica ante futuros adversos para destinos turísticos inteligentes, cuyo objetivo es ayudar a los gestores a prepararse para reaccionar ante situaciones no previstas que alteren el normal funcionamiento de su actividad.

The EU-funded projects helping to fight forest fires

2022-09-14T17:39+0200publicnow (en)

© PTZ Pictures, Shutterstock. The month of August has yet to finish and 600,731 hectares have currently been lost in European countries since the start of the summer season in 2022, the second most damage since 2006 when fire damage numbers began being kept. In comparison 2017, the worst year on record, 987,844 hectares were destroyed by fires.

Economía/Turismo.- Segittur presenta una guía práctica de respuesta ante futuros adversos para destinos turísticos

2022-09-14T16:23+0200bolsamania (es)

Esta Guía, que forma parte de la colección de publicaciones enmarcadas dentro de la Red de Destinos Turísticos Inteligentes, analiza siete tipos de adversidades que tienen capacidad de interrumpir lasactividades turísticas, como son las alertas de salud, los fenómenos meteorológicos, los....

Scenario attuale del mercato dei prodotti chimici antincendio e prospettive di crescita entro il 2029

2022-09-14T12:09+0200digitalesiciliana (it)

Si prevede che le dimensioni del mercato globale dei prodotti chimici antincendio registreranno una prolifica traiettoria di crescita a causa del frequente verificarsi di incidenti legati agli incendi sul posto di lavoro negli ultimi dieci anni, rileva Fortune Business Insights™ nel suo rapporto.

Australian flora and fauna in grave danger, the fault of the climate and man

2022-09-14T07:46+0200tellerreport (en)

It is the "shocking" report released by the government that signals environmental devastation. The forest fires of 2019-2020 burned more than eight million hectares of vegetation and killed or moved between one and three billion animals in the country Australia 's flora and fauna are at greater risk....

Terzo previsto La Nina; condizioni di pioggia fissate per l’estate.

2022-09-13T14:52+0200notizieglobali (it)

Il terzo evento consecutivo di La Nia è stato previsto per l’ Australia , il che significa che le condizioni di pioggia probabilmente continueranno in estate per milioni di persone Secondo l’ufficio di presidenza, l’evento La Nia potrebbe raggiungere il picco durante la primavera e tornare a condizioni neutrali all’inizio del 2023.

Copernicus: l’estate 2022 è stata la più calda mai registrata in Europa

2022-09-12T08:38+0200greencity-it (it)

ha pubblicato il bollettino climatico mensile di agosto che riporta i cambiamenti osservati nella temperatura dell’aria superficiale globale, nella copertura del ghiaccio marino e nelle variabili idrologiche La temperatura dell’aria superficiale di agosto 2022: A livello globale la temperatura media di agosto 2022 è stata: 0.

L’estate 2022 è la più calda mai registrata in Europa

2022-09-08T19:56+0200lanuovaecologia (it)

Le temperature sono sta più alte della media in tutti i mesi della stagione. A preoccupare anche siccità e incendi. Sono i dati del servizio europeo Copernicus. L’estate appena trascorsa è stata la più calda di sempre in Europa. A rivelarlo sono i dati del Copernicus Climate Change Service che....

L’estate 2022 è stata la più calda mai registrata in Europa

2022-09-08T16:56+0200greenreport (it)

Secondo il bollettino mensile pubblicato da Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S), implementato dall’European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts per conto della Commissione europea, «A livello globale la temperatura media di agosto 2022 è stata: 0.

Clima, la conferma di Copernicus: Agosto non è stato il più caldo, surplus idrico per le piogge abbondanti sull’Italia

2022-09-08T15:10+0200meteoweb (it)

Oggi questi dati sono confermati da quelli di Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) che, implementato dal Centro Europeo per le previsioni metereologiche a medio termine per conto della Commissione europea con il finanziamento dell’UE, pubblica regolarmente bollettini climatici mensili che....

MIL-OSI Translation: Climate backlash: air quality threatened by heat waves and forest fires

2022-09-07T17:30+0200foreignaffairs-nz (en)

MIL OSI Translation. Region: France and French Territories – Source: United Nations – in French 2. Headline: Climate backlash: air quality threatened by heat waves and forest fires. Air quality is threatened by the “climate backlash”, a United Nations agency said on Wednesday, drawing attention to the repercussions of forest fires.

Smoke from the Black Summer wildfires in Australia impacted…

2022-09-07T15:30+0200vervetimes (en)

The 2019/20 wildfires in Australia transported more smoke into the atmosphere than observed ever before anywhere in the world. In the so-called Black Summer, three times as many particles reached high air layers as in the previous record wildfires in Canada during summer 2017.

Smoke from the Black Summer wildfires in Australia impacted climate, high-altitude winds of the Southern Hemisphere

2022-09-07T15:29+0200phys (en)

From the subtropics to Antarctica, sunlight was dimmed even more than during the eruption of the volcano Pinatubo in 1991. The smoke probably also contributed to the record ozone hole over Antarctica in 2020, forming a vortex of 1,000 kilometers in diameter that passed over the Southern Hemisphere....

Smoke from the Black Summer wildfires in Australia impacted the climate and high altitude winds of the southern hemisphere for more than a year and a half

2022-09-07T14:22+0200sciencedaily (en)

Record forest fires in Australia . Between September 2019 and January 2020, almost twice as much area burned as in any other extreme fire in Australia documented to date. The fires peaked between 29 December 2019 and 4 January 2020, which is why they are now referred in scientific literature as the....

Air quality threatened by "climate backlash", warns the UN

2022-09-07T12:54+0200tellerreport (en)

According to a new report by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), a specialized agency of the United Nations, a mutually reinforcing dynamic between pollution and global warming will lead to a "climate backlash" that will affect hundreds of millions of people.

Black Summer wildfires in Australia impacted climate and high altitude winds across the southern hemisphere

2022-09-07T12:39+0200terradaily (en)

The 2019/20 wildfires in Australia transported more smoke into the atmosphere than observed ever before anywhere in the world. In the so-called Black Summer, three times as many particles reached high air layers as in the previous record wildfires in Canada during summer 2017.

Heatwaves And Wildfires To Worsen Air Pollution: UN

2022-09-07T08:46+0200ibtimes (en)

A blistering heat wave is baking the western United States, the latest to blast the northern hemisphere in a summer that has brought extreme temperatures across Europe, Asia and North America. More frequent and intense heatwaves and wildfires driven by climate change are expected to worsen the....

6-Sep-2022 Smoke from the Black Summer wildfires in Australia impacted the climate and high altitude winds of the southern hemisphere for more than a year and a half Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS) Peer-Reviewed Publication The 2019/20 wildfires in Australia transported more....

2022-09-06T16:57+0200eurekalert (en)

Credit: Cristofer Jimenez, TROPOS. Leipzig. The 2019/20 wildfires in Australia transported more smoke into the atmosphere than observed ever before anywhere in the world. In the so-called Black Summer, three times as many particles reached high air layers as in the previous record wildfires in Canada during summer 2017.

Ultra-early wildfire detection

2022-09-06T12:27+0200springwise (en)

Spotted: According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration , the US experienced record-breaking numbers of droughts and heatwaves in 2021, fuelling wildfires across the country. The resulting erosion and flooding created a positive feedback-loop that further contributed to the intensity of the fires.

Nature: Forest fires in Australia may have increased the ozone hole

2022-09-02T03:54+0200tellerreport (en)

Australia 's extensive bushfires in 2019 and 2020 likely expanded the ozone hole and global warming. The temperature in the stratosphere increased by 3 degrees in some places, according to a new research report in the science journal Nature. Extreme drought in 2019 created wildfires of unprecedented intensity.

Efemérides del 1 de septiembre: ¿Qué pasó en el mundo un día como hoy?

2022-09-01T05:10+0200ElComercio (es)

OTRAS EFEMÉRIDES. 1513.- El español Vasco Núñez de Balboa emprende una nueva expedición desde Santa María de la Antigua (actual Colombia), a través del istmo de Panamá, rumbo al sur, que le llevó a descubrir, el 29 de septiembre, un nuevo mar, el Océano Pacífico. 1823.

Come la Commissione europea si prepara alla stagione degli incendi boschivi

2022-08-31T21:02+0200dispacciodelnord (it)

Una flotta europea di 11 aerei e 6 elicotteri, oltre a una serie di orientamenti per spingere gli Stati membri a rafforzare le misure nazionale contro gli incendi. È la strategia con cui la Commissione europea intende scongiurare una delle emergenze internazionali a più rapida espansione.

Escuchar la zarza ardiente: Las resonancias bíblicas del lema del Tiempo de la creación

2022-08-31T12:16+0200cope (es)

El mensaje del papa Francisco para la Jornada Mundial de Oración por el Cuidado de la Creación (1 de septiembre) esta vez recoge el lema “Escucha la voz de la creación” , propuesto para el Tiempo de la creación , que se extiende desde el 1 de septiembre hasta el 4 de octubre, fiesta de san Francisco de Asís.

Efemérides del 1 de septiembre

2022-08-31T07:38+0200infobae (es)

En un 1 de septiembre pero de 1939, comienza la II Guerra Mundial con la invasión nazi de Polonia y la anexión de Danzig (actual Gdansk), que duró hasta 1945. OTRAS EFEMÉRIDES. 1513.- El español Vasco Núñez de Balboa emprende una nueva expedición desde Santa María de la Antigua (actual Colombia), a....

Società globali leader del mercato dei prodotti chimici antincendio e analisi dei prezzi medi regionali entro il 2029

2022-08-29T13:27+0200digitalesiciliana (it)

Si prevede che le dimensioni del mercato globale dei prodotti chimici antincendio registreranno una prolifica traiettoria di crescita a causa del frequente verificarsi di incidenti legati agli incendi sul posto di lavoro negli ultimi dieci anni, rileva Fortune Business Insights™ nel suo rapporto.

No longer the exception, extreme weather events becoming the norm

2022-08-29T11:08+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

Deadly floods in Pakistan, record-breaking heat waves in China, famine-causing droughts in parts of Africa, and unusually hot temperatures in the U.S., Europe and Australia : The impact of human-induced climate change is being felt across the world, with experts warning that extreme weather events....

Asia Pacific No longer the exception, extreme weather events becoming the norm by Gabriel Dominguez The impact of human-induced climate change — from deadly floods in Pakistan and record heat waves in China to famine-causing droughts in Africa — is being felt across the world. 39 mins ago

2022-08-29T10:52+0200japantimes (en)

Deadly floods in Pakistan, record-breaking heat waves in China, famine-causing droughts in parts of Africa, and unusually hot temperatures in the U.S., Europe and Australia : The impact of human-induced climate change is being felt across the world, with experts warning that extreme weather events....

Australia's 'black summer' heats up the stratosphere and enlarges the ozone hole in Antarctica

2022-08-27T00:59+0200thesaxon (en)

Share send in Telegram; share on Facebook; tweet; send to Viber; send to Whatsapp; send to Messenger. Scientists have found that the effects of Australia n forest fires are similar to the most powerful volcanic eruptions. In 2019, researchers noted a jump in global temperature in the stratosphere by a record 0.

Why does Chongqing's 'heroic spirit' resonate so strongly?: Global Times editorial

2022-08-26T19:58+0200globaltimes (en)

Firefighters are putting out the fire in Chongqing. Photo: Courtesy of Kunming forest firefighting branch All open flames of the mountain fires in Chongqing in SW China have finally been extinguished on Friday. According to the latest reports, the mountain forest fires in various parts of Chongqing....

Gli incendi boschivi dell’estate nera in Australia hanno causato un buco “profondo e di lunga durata” nello strato di ozono

2022-08-26T16:21+0200greenreport (it)

Lo studio “ Australia n wildfires cause the largest stratospheric warming since Pinatubo and extends the lifetime of the Antarctic ozone hole”, pubblicato su Scientific Reports da un team di ricercatori delle università di Exeter e di Manchester e del MET Office britannico, ha rivelato che gli incendi....

Meteo. Non è solo l'Europa alle prese con la forte siccità, ecco la situazione nel globo

2022-08-25T23:45+02003bmeteo (it)

siccità storiche. L'estate 2022 è caratterizzata da una circolazione di blocco sull'emisfero settentrionale , in parole povere le alte e le basse pressioni una volta che si formano faticano a muoversi dalle loro posizioni. Questo è alla base poi di situazioni siccitose che interessano diverse zone.

Australia, incendi boschivi legati al più grande riscaldamento stratosferico in tre decenni

2022-08-25T22:13+0200meteoweb (it)

Secondo uno studio pubblicato su Scientific Reports , gli incendi boschivi dell’ Australia sudorientale tra il 2019 e il 2020 hanno rilasciato particelle di fumo nell’atmosfera superiore della Terra che hanno contribuito alla temperatura più alta registrata nella stratosfera inferiore dall’inizio degli anni ’90.

Wildfires destroy twice the forest cover today compared to 2 decades ago

2022-08-25T16:16+0200downtoearth (en)

Forest fires are becoming more common and wildfires are destroying nearly twice as much tree cover globally as they did in 2001, according to a new analysis. An additional 7.4 million acres of forest are getting burnt annually now an area roughly the size of Belgium.

L’Onu avverte: moriremo tutti di sete, non solo i Paesi più poveri

2022-08-24T19:39+0200nanopress (it)

L’umanità deve affrontare siccità sempre più gravi e dannose a causa del cambiamento climatico e del degrado del suolo, afferma un rapporto dell’Onu pubblicato mercoledì 11 maggio scorso. La Terra – NanoPress.it. Le nazioni devono intraprendere azioni urgenti per ridurre la minaccia della scarsità....

Global fires causing unprecedented tree loss due to climate change Rory Morrow 21 Aug 2022 - 13:00 UTC New data tracking the loss of forests has found wildfires are burning through almost twice as many trees now as they were 20 years ago.

2022-08-21T18:13+0200yourweather (en)

Global fires causing unprecedented tree loss due to climate change Global fires causing unprecedented tree loss due to climate change. New data tracking the loss of forests has found wildfires are burning through almost twice as many trees now as they were 20 years ago.

Forest fires are getting worse, 20 years of data confirm

2022-08-17T23:56+0200mongabay (en)

Fires are now causing 3 million more hectares (741,3160 acres) of tree cover loss per year than they did in 2001, according to a newly released Global Forest Watch analysis which examined fires that burn all or most of a forest’s living overstory trees.

Forest fires are getting worse, 20 years of data confirm

2022-08-17T22:45+0200wn (en)

Across Russia, Europe, Indonesia, the Amazon Basin, North America, Australia , and beyond, we have watched fires blaze across landscapes, causing immense damage to life and land. Now, a new analysis confirms what many have witnessed firsthand and in the news — forest fires are getting worse.

Forest fires destroyed nearly 23 million acres of land in 2021, and it's expected to get worse, experts say

2022-08-17T19:43+0200mycentraloregon (en)

Lucas Ninno/Getty Images. (NEW YORK) — The planet continues to experience a massive loss in forest land as the world warms and allows severe wildfires to run rampant in regions spanning the globe. Overall, forest fires are getting worse worldwide, according to a new report released Wednesday by....

Forest fires erupt around Chernobyl nuclear plant in Ukraine Wildfires

2022-08-17T10:59+0200wingsenvironmental (en)

Forest fires have erupted in the vicinity of the Chernobyl nuclear reactor, with Ukraine claiming that Russian control of the abandoned power plant is hampering efforts to control the flames. At least seven fires have been spotted within Chernobyl’s exclusion zone via satellite imagery taken by the....

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