Overall Green alert Drought for Northern Great Plains (Canada)-2023
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Scherzi di natura: i laghi più pazzi del mondo

2024-03-15T09:24+0100247libero (it)

LAGUNA COLORATA, Bolivia - Lo scenario offerto da questo lago, situato sulla catena delle Ande, è quasi "marziano": le sue acque raggiungono diverse colorazioni, dal rosa pallido all'arancione intenso, a causa della concentrazione di sali, sedimenti rossi e alla pigmentazione di alcuni microorganismi.

How technology is helping grain farmers adapt to effects of extreme weather

2024-03-13T20:18+0100CBC (en)

British Columbia grain farmer Malcolm Odermatt says all he can do is pray for rain this spring after repeated droughts sabotaged his harvest last year. Odermatt, who is also the president of the B.C. Grain Growers Association, has been working with his father since 2012 to farm about 2,000 acres of land in the Peace region of B.

Ponte sullo Stretto, così resisterà a venti e terremoti: i test effettuati e i documenti ufficiali

2024-03-13T19:46+0100meteoweb (it)

Il leader dei Verdi, Angelo Bonelli , dopo aver portato in parlamento i sassi del fiume Adige in secca accusando Giorgia Meloni della siccità, oggi è caduto nell’ennesima gaffe tecnica e scientifica sul Ponte sullo Stretto: durante il Question Time con il ministro dei Trasporti Matteo Salvini ,....

13.03.2024 Canada - Technology helps grain farmers confront weather woes British Columbia grain farmer Malcolm Odermatt says all he can do is pray for rain this spring after repeated droughts sabotaged his harvest last year.Odermatt, who is also the president of the BC Grain Growers Association, has....

2024-03-13T18:26+0100agroinsurance-en (en)

British Columbia grain farmer Malcolm Odermatt says all he can do is pray for rain this spring after repeated droughts sabotaged his harvest last year. Odermatt, who is also the president of the BC Grain Growers Association, has been working with his father since 2012 to farm about 2,000 acres of land in the Peace region of B.

MIL-OSI Canada: Protecting Albertans from drought

2024-03-13T18:22+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Alberta’s population continues to rise, increasing the demand for water from communities and businesses. At the same time, parts of the province have experienced droughts or water shortages in recent years and are at risk of a severe drought this year. Action is needed to better share, store, conserve and manage water.

13.03.2024 Canada - Technology helps grain farmers confront weather woes British Columbia grain farmer Malcolm Odermatt says all he can do is pray for rain this spring after repeated droughts sabotaged his harvest last year.Odermatt, who is also the president of the BC Grain Growers Association, has....

2024-03-13T16:53+0100agroinsurance (en)

British Columbia grain farmer Malcolm Odermatt says all he can do is pray for rain this spring after repeated droughts sabotaged his harvest last year. Odermatt, who is also the president of the BC Grain Growers Association, has been working with his father since 2012 to farm about 2,000 acres of land in the Peace region of B.

Bitter Harvest: Tech helping B.C. grain farmers confront weather woes

2024-03-13T15:59+0100crestonvalleyadvance (en)

British Columbia grain farmer Malcolm Odermatt, shown in a handout photo, says all he can do is pray for rain this spring after repeated droughts sabotaged his harvest last year. Odermatt, who is also the president of the BC Grain Growers Association, has been working with his father since 2012 to....

Metro Vancouver forecast predicts 7 straight days of sun, possible record-breaking temperatures

2024-03-13T14:40+0100barrie (en)

Metro Vancouver may be in for an early spring this week as the local forecast predicts several days of sun and high temperatures that could break records. According to Environment Canada , Vancouver is expected to see sun through next Tuesday, with temperatures rising steadily into the weekend.

Amazzonia, imperversano i megaincendi: a febbraio emissioni di carbonio pari a quelle che la Svizzera emette in un anno

2024-03-13T14:40+0100iconaclima (it)

L’Amazzonia brucia a un ritmo allarmante . Le piogge, che in questo periodo dell’anno dovrebbero inzuppare la foresta pluviale, continuano a scarseggiare rendendo le condizioni del terreno ideali per i cosiddetti megaincendi , ovvero gli incendi che bruciano più di 100.

'Old MacDonald went broke': Technology helps grain farmers confront weather woes

2024-03-13T13:27+0100barrie (en)

British Columbia grain farmer Malcolm Odermatt says all he can do is pray for rain this spring after repeated droughts sabotaged his harvest last year. Odermatt, who is also the president of the BC Grain Growers Association, has been working with his father since 2012 to farm about 2,000 acres of land in the Peace region of B.

'Old MacDonald went broke': Technology helps grain farmers confront weather woes

2024-03-13T12:45+0100ctvnews (en)

British Columbia grain farmer Malcolm Odermatt says all he can do is pray for rain this spring after repeated droughts sabotaged his harvest last year. Odermatt, who is also the president of the BC Grain Growers Association, has been working with his father since 2012 to farm about 2,000 acres of land in the Peace region of B.

Doctors know banning fossil fuel ads is a matter of life or death

2024-03-13T12:45+0100nationalobserver (en)

When health-care professionals joined MP Charlie Angus on stage to announce his private member’s bill to ban advertising for fossil fuels, it came as no surprise. Physicians and health-care workers lead the movement for a tobacco-style ban on fossil fuel advertising.

Climate change, weather impacting Canada’s farmers

2024-03-13T12:36+0100vervetimes (en)

British Columbia grain farmer Malcolm Odermatt says all he can do is pray for rain this spring after repeated droughts sabotaged his harvest last year. Odermatt, who is also the president of the BC Grain Growers Association, has been working with his father since 2012 to farm about 2,000 acres of land in the Peace region of B.

Technology helps grain farmers confront weather woes

2024-03-13T11:50+0100bnnbloomberg (en)

British Columbia grain farmer Malcolm Odermatt says all he can do is pray for rain this spring after repeated droughts sabotaged his harvest last year. Odermatt, who is also the president of the BC Grain Growers Association, has been working with his father since 2012 to farm about 2,000 acres of land in the Peace region of B.

'Old MacDonald went broke': Technology helps grain farmers confront weather woes 0 3/13/2024 1:00:00 AM

2024-03-13T09:28+0100tricitynews (en)

British Columbia grain farmer Malcolm Odermatt says all he can do is pray for rain this spring after repeated droughts sabotaged his harvest last year. Odermatt, who is also the president of the BC Grain Growers Association, has been working with his father since 2012 to farm about 2,000 acres of land in the Peace region of B.

'Old MacDonald went broke': Technology helps grain farmers confront weather woes British Columbia grain farmer Malcolm Odermatt says all he can do is pray for rain this spring after repeated droughts sabotaged his harvest last year. Mar 13, 2024 1:00 AM Read more >

2024-03-13T09:27+0100timescolonist (en)

British Columbia grain farmer Malcolm Odermatt says all he can do is pray for rain this spring after repeated droughts sabotaged his harvest last year. Odermatt, who is also the president of the BC Grain Growers Association, has been working with his father since 2012 to farm about 2,000 acres of land in the Peace region of B.

'Old MacDonald went broke': Technology helps grain farmers confront weather woes

2024-03-13T09:25+0100princegeorgecitizen (en)

British Columbia grain farmer Malcolm Odermatt says all he can do is pray for rain this spring after repeated droughts sabotaged his harvest last year. Odermatt, who is also the president of the BC Grain Growers Association, has been working with his father since 2012 to farm about 2,000 acres of land in the Peace region of B.

'It's so sad': B.C. gardeners grieve as they take stock of cold snap's toll

2024-03-10T15:10+0100CBC (en)

If you ask the "King of Succulents" Johnny Tai how his plants are doing, do it gently. The 80-year-old Richmond, B.C., gardener hasn't recovered yet from what he calls the "crime scene" he found in two greenhouses one morning in mid-January — thousands of dead and dying plants, thanks to a sudden cold snap and snowfall.

Record Sask. snowfall won't overcome years of 'unprecedented' drought, hydrologist says

2024-03-07T23:42+0100barrie (en)

Saskatchewan’s near-record snowfall is bringing some relief to farmers, although it may not be enough to stave off long term drought concerns. According to Environment Canada , many parts of southern and central Saskatchewan received 20 or more centimetres, with areas surrounding Saskatoon receiving upwards of 40 — or nearly 16 inches.

Hearts wither for B.C. gardeners digging out from devastating cold snap

2024-03-07T18:04+0100crestonvalleyadvance (en)

Johnny Tai prunes one of his succulents in Richmond, B.C., on March 3, 2024. The 80-year-old Richmond, B.C., gardener still has hasn’t recovered from the “crime scene” he found in two greenhouses one morning in mid-January — thousands of dead and dying succulents and other plants, thanks to a sudden cold snap and snowfall.

'It's so sad': B.C. gardeners grieve as they take stock of cold snap's toll 3/7/2024 7:38:00 AM

2024-03-07T17:53+0100timescolonist (en)

RICHMOND If you ask the "King of Succulents" Johnny Tai how his plants are doing, do it gently. The 80-year-old Richmond, B.C., gardener hasn't recovered yet from what he calls the "crime scene" he found in two greenhouses one morning in mid-January thousands of dead and dying plants, thanks to a sudden cold snap and snowfall.

'It's so sad': B.C. gardeners grieve as they take stock of cold snap's toll 0 3/7/2024 7:38:28 AM

2024-03-07T16:59+0100tricitynews (en)

RICHMOND — If you ask the "King of Succulents" Johnny Tai how his plants are doing, do it gently. The 80-year-old Richmond, B.C., gardener hasn't recovered yet from what he calls the "crime scene" he found in two greenhouses one morning in mid-January — thousands of dead and dying plants, thanks to a sudden cold snap and snowfall.

'It's so sad': B.C. gardeners grieve as they take stock of cold snap's toll

2024-03-07T16:55+0100princegeorgecitizen (en)

RICHMOND — If you ask the "King of Succulents" Johnny Tai how his plants are doing, do it gently. The 80-year-old Richmond, B.C., gardener hasn't recovered yet from what he calls the "crime scene" he found in two greenhouses one morning in mid-January — thousands of dead and dying plants, thanks to a sudden cold snap and snowfall.

'It's so sad': B.C. gardeners grieve as they take stock of cold snap's toll 3/7/2024 7:38:28 AM

2024-03-07T16:52+0100timescolonist (en)

RICHMOND — If you ask the "King of Succulents" Johnny Tai how his plants are doing, do it gently. The 80-year-old Richmond, B.C., gardener hasn't recovered yet from what he calls the "crime scene" he found in two greenhouses one morning in mid-January — thousands of dead and dying plants, thanks to a sudden cold snap and snowfall.

'It's so sad': B.C. gardeners grieve as they take stock of cold snap's toll 3/7/2024 5:31:00 AM

2024-03-07T15:48+0100tricitynews (en)

RICHMOND If you ask the "King of Succulents" Johnny Tai how his plants are doing, do it gently. The 80-year-old Richmond, B.C., gardener hasn't recovered yet from what he calls the "crime scene" he found in two greenhouses one morning in mid-January thousands of dead and dying plants, thanks to a sudden cold snap and snowfall.

'It's so sad': B.C. gardeners grieve as they take stock of cold snap's toll

2024-03-07T15:44+0100ctvnews (en)

If you ask the “King of Succulents” Johnny Tai how his plants are doing, do it gently. The 80-year-old Richmond, B.C., gardener hasn't recovered yet from what he calls the “crime scene” he found in two greenhouses one morning in mid-January - thousands of dead and dying plants, thanks to a sudden cold snap and snowfall.

'It's so sad': B.C. gardeners grieve as they take stock of cold snap's toll

2024-03-07T15:25+0100barrie (en)

If you ask the “King of Succulents” Johnny Tai how his plants are doing, do it gently. The 80-year-old Richmond, B.C., gardener hasn't recovered yet from what he calls the “crime scene” he found in two greenhouses one morning in mid-January - thousands of dead and dying plants, thanks to a sudden cold snap and snowfall.

'It's so sad': B.C. gardeners grieve as they take stock of cold snap's toll

2024-03-07T15:10+0100cp24 (en)

If you ask the "King of Succulents" Johnny Tai how his plants are doing, do it gently. The 80-year-old Richmond, B.C., gardener hasn't recovered yet from what he calls the "crime scene" he found in two greenhouses one morning in mid-January — thousands of dead and dying plants, thanks to a sudden cold snap and snowfall.

B.C. gardeners grieve as they take stock of toll from sudden cold snap

2024-03-07T14:00+0100theglobeandmail (en)

If you ask the “King of Succulents” Johnny Tai how his plants are doing, do it gently. The 80-year-old Richmond, B.C., gardener still has hasn’t recovered from what he calls the “crime scene” he found in two greenhouses one morning in mid-January – thousands of dead and dying plants, thanks to a sudden cold snap and snowfall.

Megafires are here to stay — and blaming only climate change won’t help

2024-03-06T01:39+0100nature-Earth-and-Environmental-Sciences (en)

In February, megafires ripped through the Chilean central coastal hills, killing at least 132 people, injuring hundreds and destroying 7,000 homes. At the time of writing, more than 300 people remain missing. These wildfires are not a one-off calamity.

Megafires are here to stay — and blaming only climate change won’t help

2024-03-05T18:55+0100nature (en)

In February, megafires ripped through the Chilean central coastal hills, killing at least 132 people, injuring hundreds and destroying 7,000 homes. At the time of writing, more than 300 people remain missing. These wildfires are not a one-off calamity.

Sask. farmer 'breathing a sigh of relief' after snowstorm brings much-needed moisture

2024-03-05T18:44+0100CBC (en)

A Saskatchewan farmer says she is thrilled with the snowfall from this weekend's severe winter storm. Lesley Kelly, a grain farmer in Watrous, was concerned about the upcoming crop season due to a lack of moisture in the soil. Watrous, a town in central Saskatchewan, received 31 centimetres of snow....

Megafires are here to stay — and blaming only climate change won’t help

2024-03-05T18:23+0100nature-current (en)

In February, megafires ripped through the Chilean central coastal hills, killing at least 132 people, injuring hundreds and destroying 7,000 homes. At the time of writing, more than 300 people remain missing. These wildfires are not a one-off calamity.

Fathom Nickel Inc. (CSE: FNI) (FSE: 6Q5) (OTCQB: FNICF) Poised To Play An Important Role In Powering The Globe's Energy Transformation

2024-03-05T06:46+0100menafn (en)

- Investor Brand Network) Nickel demand as a green energy metal is expected to continue growing exponentially over the coming years and decades as the world continues its electrification revolution towards net-zero emissions; Nickel is expected to witness continued demand from EV manufacturers, with....

Identification of reliable locations for wind power generation through a global analysis of wind droughts

2024-03-05T01:09+0100nature-Earth-and-Environmental-Sciences (en)

We find that the American Midwest, Northeastern Canada , Australia, the Sahara, Argentina, parts of Central Asia and Southern Africa, Northern Russia, and Central and Northwestern Europe have relatively high power densities, mostly in the range of 250 to 500 W m −2 .

ASP – Mondiali di pattinaggio di figura: l’Italia punta su Beccari-Guarise e Conti-Macii nelle coppie

2024-03-04T07:42+0100zazoom-it (it)

(Di lunedì 4 marzo 2024) La Federazione italiana di pattinaggio ha pubblicato i membri della squadra che prenderà parte ai prossimi campionati Mondiali di Montreal, in Canada , dal 20 al 24 marzo: nelle coppie i nostri Sara Conti (bergamasca di Zanica) e Niccolò Macii cercheranno di riconquistare una....

Alberta weather: 'agricultural disaster' on the horizon, expert warns

2024-03-04T01:12+0100citynews-ca (en)

Alberta Minister of Environment and Protected Areas, says a command drought team has been put together to have constant interaction with municipalities, irrigators and other water users. Silvia Naranjo reports. As Alberta continues to deal with extreme drought, the province is being advised to....

Climate, drought, and the disrupted future of global trade

2024-03-01T22:14+0100atlanticcouncil (en)

By Amin Mohseni-Cheraghlou, Sophia Busch. Over 80 percent of all global trade in goods and commodities is carried through waterways. But climate change threatens the efficient functioning of waterways, canals, and seaports—and therefore is a major threat to global trade.

Perché in futuro vedremo sempre meno arcobaleni nel Mediterraneo

2024-03-01T18:37+0100ohga (it)

Lo studio. Così, una volta tornata in città, la scienziata ha chiesto spiegazioni ai suoi colleghi, che hanno pensato bene di coinvolgere subito un'intera classe universitaria per lavorare in team al dubbio in questione. Lo si chiama "Distribuzione globale dell'arcobaleno nei climi attuali e....

L’impatto del clima sui fiumi globali ne colpisce più di 1 su 5

2024-03-01T14:03+0100rinnovabili (it)

su Unsplash Colpite soprattutto le regioni oltre i 50°N. (Rinnovabili.it) – Più di 1 fiume su 5 in tutto il mondo (il 21%) ha alterazioni “significative” dei livelli stagionali a causa del cambiamento climatico di origine antropica. L’impatto del clima sui fiumi globali è concentrato soprattutto....

UPSC Essentials | Mains answer practice — GS 1 (Week 40)

2024-03-01T09:19+0100expressindia (en)

You may incorporate some of the following points in the body of your answer: — Since 1850, the average global temperature has risen by at least 1.1 degrees Celsius, owing mostly to human activities that have emitted unprecedented volumes of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

The Prairies are heading into another drought. Here's why we're more vulnerable this time around

2024-02-28T13:04+0100CBC (en)

In northern Alberta, a worrisomely dry winter has raised some fears about an issue that hasn't historically been a problem — drought. "Up towards Slave Lake, we'd expect about 50 millimetres [of water] this coming year," said John Pomeroy, University of Saskatchewan water scientist. "We had five. So one–tenth of normal.

Lack of snow could lead to summer drought, conservation authority warns

2024-02-25T10:15+0100CBC (en)

One of the main conservation authorities in the Ottawa area is concerned a lack of snow this winter could lead to drought in the summer. According to Environment Canada , Ottawa has seen 96.7 centimetres of winter precipitation like snow and ice pellets since Dec. 1. Over the same timeframe last year, Ottawa saw 244.

Aumento dei prezzi dei prodotti alimentari, i rincari di luglio 2023

2024-02-25T05:23+0100quifinanza (it)

Verdura. Per quanto riguarda la verdura, a luglio si registrano prezzi in calo rispetto a giugno per gli ortaggi , che fanno segnare un -10,2%, anche se i prezzi attuali restano comunque su livelli superiori al 2022. I risparmi maggiori si vedono per le melanzane (-5,9%) , i peperoni (-36,6%) , il....

Canadian ranchers brace for long, lean winter after droughts, soaring feed costs CALGARY — It could be a long, lean winter in cattle country as drought-ravaged western Canadian ranchers struggle to secure feed to get their livestock through the cold months.

2024-02-23T12:43+0100financialpost (en)

Still, after five consecutive years of very little rain on the property that Travis’ family has been ranching for more than a century, the parched land can only produce so much. That’s why the couple made the tough decision last year to downsize their herd, culling close to 20 per cent of their cows by sending them to slaughter at weaning time.

B.C.'s agriculture industry at forefront of climate change reality CALGARY — With more than 400 active wildfires still burning in B.C. and many residents yet to return to their homes, it’s too early to know the fate of the province’s honeybees.

2024-02-23T12:42+0100financialpost (en)

“Bees are typically located in out-regions away from where you would have your dwelling, so it’s difficult to assess immediately what exactly has been lost.” From cattle ranchers to fruit growers to beekeepers to winemakers, producers in B.C. are still trying to get a clear picture of the damages....

Canada in trepidazione attende un’altra estate di mega incendi

2024-02-23T12:04+0100meteoweb (it)

Sotto la neve, decine di incendi . Nel Canada occidentale, questi incendi zombie combinati con la mancanza di neve stanno facendo temere il peggio a poche settimane dall’inizio della stagione degli incendi, dopo un’ estate apocalittica nel 2023 . È una battaglia senza fine.

Opinion: Natural infrastructure is a solution in the face of drought It’s a dry topic, but drought is top of mind for many Albertans. This winter has seen unseasonably warm temperatures and a lack of snowfall, which could mean an even drier summer than that of 2023.

2024-02-22T14:26+0100calgaryherald (en)

The Alberta government has struck a drought command team and announced the largest-ever water negotiations among users and licence-holders. However, another piece of the drought-busting puzzle needs more attention — natural infrastructure. Natural infrastructure allows us to work with nature to help meet infrastructure needs.

Experts say it's tough to predict northwestern Ontario's 2024 forest fire season. Here's why

2024-02-22T00:00+0100CBC (en)

After the severity of the 2023 wildfire season, forest fire response teams said they want to make sure they're prepared for the worst heading into 2024. "We have possibly a very serious fire season on our hands," said Noah Freedman, a forest fire crew leader based in Sioux Lookout.

Grano, schiaffo al Dittaino, cresce importazione dalla Russia

2024-02-21T11:52+0100vivienna (it)

La notizia, riportata dal Corriere della Sera , suona come una mazzata per le aziende agricole e se calate sul territorio ennese, uno schiaffo ben assestato a tutta la produzione di frumento, insieme alla filiera naturalmente, che ha nel Dittaino il suo cuore pulsante. Il grano duro della Russia.

“Chianti Lovers” e “Rosso Morellino”: mai come quest’anno l’emergenza climatica sta nel bicchiere

2024-02-19T17:22+0100winenews (it)

Mai come quest’anno (e siamo solo all’inizio) l’emergenza climatica è stata il leitmotiv delle “Anteprime di Toscana”: le annate presentate - 2023, 2022 e 2021 - sono tutte caratterizzate da qualche record. Secondo il Joint Research Centre - una Direzione generale della Commissione Europea che si....

Warming up to climate change: How does climate change impact extreme weather events?

2024-02-19T14:23+0100expressindia (en)

The spike in the temperatures has resulted in more frequent and more intense extreme weather events across the world. These events include heat waves, droughts, floods, hurricanes, and wildfires. Notably, it’s quite difficult to attribute any particular extreme weather event to climate change.

How do scientists know how climate change affects the weather?

2024-02-17T16:57+0100buffalonews (en)

As the climate warms, it increasingly affects our everyday weather. But the impact is not uniform or consistent across the world. In the last decade, enough data, understanding and computing power have developed to allow the scientific community to determine how much the warming climate has affected....

How do scientists know how climate change affects the weather?

2024-02-17T14:17+0100siouxcityjournal (en)

As the climate warms, it increasingly affects our everyday weather. But the impact is not uniform or consistent across the world. In the last decade, enough data, understanding and computing power have developed to allow the scientific community to determine how much the warming climate has affected....

How do scientists know how climate change affects the weather?

2024-02-17T13:38+0100missoulian (en)

As the climate warms, it increasingly affects our everyday weather. But the impact is not uniform or consistent across the world. In the last decade, enough data, understanding and computing power have developed to allow the scientific community to determine how much the warming climate has affected....

How do scientists know how climate change affects the weather?

2024-02-17T13:36+0100wacotrib (en)

As the climate warms, it increasingly affects our everyday weather. But the impact is not uniform or consistent across the world. In the last decade, enough data, understanding and computing power have developed to allow the scientific community to determine how much the warming climate has affected....

Ingegneria genetica, quante piante sono state “modificate”?

2024-02-17T13:24+0100ambienteambienti (it)

New Genomic Techniques , nuove tecniche genomiche) in futuro non siano più richiesti né un procedimento di autorizzazione, né un’analisi del rischio, né l’etichettatura sul prodotto finale. Secondo una ricerca condotta nel 2022 dall’Organizzazione per la tutela dell’ambiente “Global 2000” e dal....

Quantum Technology: Revolutionizing Space Exploration and Beyond

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

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

L’Etiopia è il primo Paese a vietare le auto a motore termico

2024-02-15T19:23+0100green (it)

Una decisione inaspettata, che ben pochi si sarebbero potuti aspettare. Quale poteva essere il primo Paese al mondo a vietare le auto a motore termico , e quindi alimentate a diesel o a benzina? Come sappiamo il divieto di vendita di automobili di questo tipo, in Europa, scatterà al 2035 .

Rischio crisi nera per il vino rosso: crollo export e calo della produzione \ VIDEO

2024-02-15T18:21+0100firenzetoday (it)

Il vino toscano risulta di qualità eccellente ma con acquirenti facoltosi e di età avanzata. Sul mercato nazionale due terzi degli acquirenti sono over 60, con reddito medio alto e residenti nel Centro Nord. Qualche spiraglio e nuova linfa arriva da altre sacche di mercato come i single e le famiglie con figli piccoli (+3 e 6%).

Global warming, deforestation, fires combined could hasten Amazon demise, study finds

2024-02-15T07:17+0100stabroeknews (en)

BOGOTA, (Reuters) – Drought and heat driven by climate change and other factors threaten to cause the collapse of South America’s lush Amazon rainforest system, scientists said on Wednesday in a study that found that nearly half of it could be pushed to a tipping point by 2050.

Global warming, drought, fires seen to hasten Amazon demise

2024-02-15T06:21+0100chinadailyhk (en)

A man drinks water near a fire in an area of the Amazon rainforest in Iranduba, metropolitan region of Manaus, Amazonas state, Brazil, on Sept 5, 2023. (PHOTO / AFP) BOGOTA - Drought and heat driven by climate change and other factors threaten to cause the collapse of South America's lush Amazon....

New paths in climate change education: Drama as a key to change?

2024-02-15T01:17+0100research-in-germany (en)

The study, published in the Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, explores the possibilities of dramatic expression as a tool to promote creative problem solving and social change in the context of climate change. The team of researchers evaluated a methodological framework in a workshop where....

Global warming, deforestation, fires combined could hasten Amazon demise, study finds

2024-02-14T22:03+0100reuters (en)

"The region is increasingly exposed to unprecedented stress from warming temperatures, extreme droughts, deforestation and fires, even in central and remote parts of the system," the researchers wrote in the study published in the journal The researchers estimated that 10% to 47% of Amazon's....

Global warming, deforestation, fires combined could hasten Amazon demise, study finds

2024-02-14T17:02+0100devdiscourse (en)

The new research "shows how close the Amazon forest is to a tipping point," said climate scientist Carlos Nobre of Brazil's University of Sao Paulo, who was not part of the study. Deforestation is exacerbating the risk, with fewer trees generating moisture that rains back down to nourish the forest.

New paths in climate change education: Drama as a key to change?

2024-02-14T14:19+0100idw-online (en)

Given the pressing challenges of climate change, education is increasingly seen as a key to transformative adaptation to a changing environment. A study, conducted in collaboration between the Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) and the University of Victoria ( Canada ), takes a....

WMO supports Cambodia and Lao PDR to strengthen early warning services

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

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

WMO supports Cambodia and Lao PDR to strengthen early warnings

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

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

WMO supports Cambodia and Lao PDR to strengthen early warnings

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

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

WMO Backs Cambodia, Lao PDR in Enhancing Early Warnings

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

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

Gennaio da record: è stato il più caldo mai registrato | L’analisi

2024-02-13T09:43+0100ripartelitalia (it)

Gennaio 2024 è stato il gennaio più caldo mai registrato a livello globale, con una temperatura media dell’aria superficiale di 13,14 gradi Celsius, 0,70 gradi al di sopra della media del mese di gennaio tra il 1991 e il 2020 e 0,12 gradi al di sopra della temperatura del precedente gennaio più caldo, quello del 2020.

How 2023'S Record Heat Worsened Droughts, Floods And Bushfires Around The World

2024-02-11T15:07+0100menafn (en)

- Kashmir Observer) Canberra- 2023 was a year of record-breaking heat, devastating storms and floods, deepening droughts and raging wildfires. These events showed how climate change is affecting the global water cycle and our livelihoods. ADVERTISEMENT.

Copernicus, nuovo allarme: gennaio 2024 è stato il più caldo di sempre

2024-02-11T14:35+0100calabria7 (it)

Terminate le statistiche sul 2023, Copernicus ha già iniziato a dedicarsi al 2024. Il mese di gennaio del nuovo anno è già diventato il più caldo mai registrato. Le temperature globali sono risultate essere superiori di 1,66°C rispetto alla media dell’epoca preindustriale.

Articulating science

2024-02-11T00:05+0100financialexpress (en)

In early 2017, designer Gaurav Jai Gupta met Anirudh Sharma, a scientist, to talk about air pollution in the national capital. “The year 2017 was the first time the polluting air of Delhi hit us,” says Gupta, who decided to collaborate with Sharma on a response to the alarming level of poor air quality.

Melting ice roads cut off Indigenous communities in northern Canada

2024-02-10T17:56+0100newagebd (en)

Snow melts on the roof of an ice fishing cabin in Sainte-Anne-de-la-Perade, Quebec, Canada in January 2024. --AFP file photo. Melting ice roads cut off Indigenous communities in Canada’s far north as unseasonably warm weather on Friday also saw its largest city, Toronto, break a winter heat record.

COMMENTARY: It’s time to save our farmers

2024-02-10T11:14+0100saltwire (en)

By Leslie Wade. The plight of Kingsport farmer Kevin Graham, featured on the front page of The Chronicle Herald on Dec. 27, represents the canary in the coal mine when it comes to food security for our region. His farming operation, like the majority of those in the province, suffered from several....

Melting ice roads cut off Indigenous communities in northern Canada

2024-02-10T09:01+0100zawya-palestine (en)

Melting ice roads cut off Indigenous communities in Canada 's far north as unseasonably warm weather on Friday also saw its largest city, Toronto, break a winter heat record. Communities in Ontario and neighboring Manitoba provinces declared a state of emergency as the warm spell made the network of....

Melting ice roads cut off Indigenous communities in northern Canada

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

OTTAWA : Melting ice roads cut off Indigenous communities in Canada 's far north as unseasonably warm weather on Friday also saw its largest city, Toronto, break a winter heat record. Communities in Ontario and neighboring Manitoba provinces declared a state of emergency as the warm spell made the....

Melting ice roads cut off Indigenous communities in northern Canada

2024-02-10T02:59+0100france24-en (en)

Communities in Ontario and neighboring Manitoba provinces declared a state of emergency as the warm spell made the network of ice roads -- which across Canada spans more than 8,000 kilometers (5,000 miles) between dispersed populations -- unpassable. Many remote communities in Canada's north depend....

Melting ice roads cut off Indigenous communities in northern Canada

2024-02-10T00:35+0100guampdn (en)

Melting ice roads cut off Indigenous communities in Canada 's far north as unseasonably warm weather on Friday also saw its largest city, Toronto, break a winter heat record. Communities in Ontario and neighboring Manitoba provinces declared a state of emergency as the warm spell made the network of....

Melting ice roads cut off Indigenous communities in northern Canada

2024-02-10T00:22+0100terradaily (en)

Ottawa, Feb 9 (AFP) Feb 09, 2024 Melting ice roads cut off Indigenous communities in Canada 's far north as unseasonably warm weather on Friday also saw its largest city, Toronto, break a winter heat record. Communities in Ontario and neighboring Manitoba provinces declared a state of emergency as....

Fires in Chile, Ghana Make Breathing Dangerous: Weather Watch

2024-02-09T15:44+0100financialpost (en)

“These smoke events are becoming more common due to climate change, which contributes to the increasing frequency and intensity of wildfires,” Dolphin Hammes said. “Factors such as rising temperatures, prolonged droughts, stronger El Niños, and changes in precipitation patterns create conditions conducive to wildfires.

Copernicus: Nel 2024, il pianeta ha vissuto il gennaio più caldo mai registrato

2024-02-09T09:30+0100greencity-it (it)

Il Servizio per il Cambiamento Climatico di Copernicus (Copernicus Climate Change Service - C3S) ha pubblicato il bollettino climatico mensile che riporta i cambiamenti registrati globalmente nella temperatura superficiale dell'aria , nella copertura del ghiaccio marino e nelle variabili idrologiche .

Precipita il numero di farfalle monarca in Messico, -60%

2024-02-08T23:18+0100globodiroma (it)

Il numero di farfalle monarca che ogni anno raggiungono le foreste del Messico centrale è diminuito del 60% a causa del cambiamento climatico e dei pesticidi. Lo rivelano i dati pubblicati dalla Commissione messicana delle aree naturali protette (Conanp).

Precipita il numero di farfalle monarca in Messico, -60%

2024-02-08T21:19+0100ansa (it)

Il numero di farfalle monarca che ogni anno raggiungono le foreste del Messico centrale è diminuito del 60% a causa del cambiamento climatico e dei pesticidi. Lo rivelano i dati pubblicati dalla Commissione messicana delle aree naturali protette (Conanp).

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

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

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

Copernicus: il gennaio 2024 è stato il più caldo mai registrato

2024-02-08T12:41+0100greenreport (it)

Secondo l’ultimo bollettino climatico mensile pubblicato dal Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S). implementato dall’European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) per conto della Commissione europea, «Il mese di gennaio 2024 è stato il gennaio più caldo mai registrato a livello....

California tra vento e pioggia

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

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

Clima, altro record negativo: gennaio 2024 è stato il più caldo mai registrato

2024-02-08T11:33+0100ecodallecitta (it)

Gennaio 2024 è stato il più caldo mai registrato a livello globale , con una temperatura media di 13-14 °C, circa 0,70 gradi più alta di quella del periodo 1991-2020. Lo ha annunciato il Servizio di monitoraggio dei cambiamenti climatici Copernicus, attuato dal Centro europeo per le previsioni meteorologiche.

Notizie green Riscaldamento globale: gennaio 2024 segna un nuovo record,

2024-02-08T07:44+0100euronews-it (it)

Il gennaio 2024 è stato il gennaio più caldo al mondo dall'inizio delle registrazioni, con una temperatura media dell'aria superficiale di 13,14 gradi Celsius. Lo ha annunciato il Servizio di monitoraggio dei cambiamenti climatici Copernicus, attuato dal Centro europeo per le previsioni....

Vuelve el fenómeno de “La Niña”

2024-02-07T15:16+0100sipse (es)

Estamos en la primera quincena de febrero, oficialmente el día 15 acaba la fase intensa de la temporada de invierno para la Península de Yucatán, aunque aún podrían darse algunos frentes fríos, debido a que las masas de aire frío siguen activas llegando de Canadá y los EU, lo que deberá empezar a....

I semi di soia salgono grazie all'acquisto di occasioni in vista della relazione dell'USDA

2024-02-06T22:49+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures statunitensi sulla soia sono saliti martedì per la seconda sessione consecutiva, grazie alle ricoperture corte e agli acquisti tecnici che hanno alimentato un rimbalzo dai minimi pluriennali del giorno precedente, anche se le preoccupazioni per la debolezza della domanda hanno limitato i guadagni.

I semi di soia sono fermi grazie all'acquisto di occasioni in vista della relazione dell'USDA

2024-02-06T18:50+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures statunitensi della soia si sono rafforzati per la seconda sessione consecutiva martedì, in un rimbalzo di short-covering e di acquisti tecnici dai minimi pluriennali registrati un giorno prima, anche se i guadagni sono stati tenuti sotto controllo dalle preoccupazioni per la debolezza della domanda.

La protesta dei trattori arriva a Roma

2024-02-06T14:11+0100panorama (it)

L’Italia perde 50 mila aziende agricole all’anno. Negli ultimi quindici anni in Europa sono scomparse 5,3 milioni di aziende agricole. Oltre 600 mila sono italiane. Sopravvivere è difficile e il settore primario italiano è in crisi. Denunciano questo gli agricoltori che stanno arrivando a Roma da....

Contratti di fiume, ecoturismo, progetti Ue e Parchi per salvare le aree umide italiane

2024-02-06T11:46+0100greenreport (it)

Le aree umide corrispondono al 6% della superficie terrestre, praticamente un’area globale di 1,2 miliardi di ettari, una superficie più grande del Canada . Rappresentano i pozzi di assorbimento del carbonio più efficaci sulla Terra: solo le torbiere, che coprono circa il 3% del territorio del nostro....

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

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

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

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

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

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

How do we fight wildfires as temperatures rise?

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Clima impazzito e temperature record anche in inverno: cosa sta succedendo?

2024-02-03T06:29+0100startupitalia (it)

Con la fine dell’anno, i dati relativi a dicembre sono arrivati e gli scienziati hanno potuto confermare che il 2023 è stato il più caldo della Terra da un secolo e mezzo a questa parte. Le temperature globali hanno iniziato a superare i record a metà anno e non si sono più fermate.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Wetlands are too important not to protect, expert says on World Wetlands Day

2024-02-03T00:25+0100globalnews (en)

Friday, Feb. 2 is famous as Groundhog Day. It’s also World Wetlands Day. And wetlands are no small deal, according to Tim Teetaert, a natural area manager with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC). “Canada is home to a quarter of the world’s wetlands,” he said, adding, “essentially 15 per cent of our landmass is wetlands.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Extreme heat, wildfire smoke harm low-income and …

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Condizioni meteorologiche invariate: mancanza di pioggia e neve su gran parte dell'Europa

2024-02-02T12:11+0100247libero (it)

Un'assenza persistente di precipitazioni caratterizza il quadro meteorologico in Europa, con l'anticiclone che continua a esercitare il suo dominio. Le perturbazioni atmosferiche scorrono molto a nord, con venti di tipo quasi uragano sul mare di Norvegia.

Take back the planet and leave fossil fuels in the ground!

2024-02-01T19:21+0100rabble (en)

Had we been wiser, we may have found better ways to use this tremendous gift of energy stored over millennia, rather than recklessly burning it for a quick buck. Now, as the costs of pollution and climate disruption mount, industry is doing all it can to maintain its grip on power.

AI Revolutionizes Wildfire Smoke Forecasting

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

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

AI model gives air quality forecasts that are similar to weather forecasts

2024-02-01T17:07+0100earth (en)

and the NOAA are harnessing the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to revolutionize atmospheric modeling. Wildfires and air quality forecasts. In recent years, the world has witnessed an alarming increase in severe wildfires , driven by rising temperatures and prolonged droughts.

Opinion: Canada’s wetlands need to be conserved and restored Friday is World Wetlands Day. While many of these beautiful places are frozen over this time of year, this occasion gives us a chance to reflect on their importance and the never-ending services they offer of a hopeful future for our communities.

2024-02-01T14:19+0100calgaryherald (en)

Every time we convert or degrade a wetland, we destroy the environmental benefits these ecosystems provide: filtering water, storing carbon, protecting nearby communities from spring melts and summer droughts, and providing homes for hundreds of plant and animal species. Wetlands are swiss army knives.

Per il Piemonte vendemmia 2023 a "otto stelle"

2024-02-01T07:14+0100247libero (it)

Due fattori climatici hanno caratterizzato l’annata vitivinicola 2023 in Piemonte: le temperature record e la siccità prolungata. Nessuna inversione di tendenza rispetto all’anno prima, se non nella raccolta delle uve: questa volta il clima ha inciso fortemente facendo diminuire la produzione di circa il 14%.

Using artificial intelligence, better pollution predictions are in the air

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

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

Meteo. L'anticiclone domina su mezza Europa mentre prosegue il clima secco sul Mediterraneo

2024-01-31T18:43+01003bmeteo (it)

situazione attuale in Europa dominata da un forte anticiclone, l'inverno transita lontano. L'anticiclone è ancora protagonista in Europa e mantiene cosi lontane pioggia e neve . Le correnti perturbate transitano infatti molto a nord con venti simil uragano sul mare di Norvegia.

Mysterious exploding star and more — January’s best science images

2024-01-31T17:14+0100nature-current (en)

Ready for the close-up . Capturing this microscopic cross section of marram grass ( Ammophila arenaria ) stems was a challenge for photographer Gerhard Vlcek, who won the Micro category of the Close-up Photographer of the Year contest with this colourful shot (see below for a selection of other winning entries).

Mysterious exploding star and more — January’s best science images NEWS | 31 JAN 2024

2024-01-31T16:43+0100nature (en)

Ready for the close-up . Capturing this microscopic cross section of marram grass ( Ammophila arenaria ) stems was a challenge for photographer Gerhard Vlcek, who won the Micro category of the Close-up Photographer of the Year contest with this colourful shot (see below for a selection of other winning entries).

Dal calo della vendemmia a quello dell’export: un 2023 difficile anche per il vino del Piemonte

2024-01-31T15:01+0100winenews (it)

Meno quantità ma ottima qualità, un mercato in chiaroscuro, con l’export che resta a galla pur con segno in negativo, tanto in valore che in volumi, per i grandi rossi, con una crescita per le più celebri bollicine dolci d’Italia, ovvero l’Asti. Vigneti che, per la prima volta dopo tanti anni....

La difficile vendemmia in Piemonte

2024-01-31T11:18+0100teatronaturale (it)

Due fattori climatici hanno caratterizzato l’annata vitivinicola 2023 in Piemonte: le temperature record e la siccità prolungata. Nessuna inversione di tendenza rispetto all’anno prima, se non nella raccolta delle uve: questa volta il clima ha inciso fortemente facendo diminuire la produzione di circa il 14%.

Argentina: inaugurato export grano in CinaLa campagna 2023/24 dovrebbe riportare un incremento del 23% di produzione

2024-01-30T18:05+0100efanews (it)

Nuovo importante passo avanti per le esportazioni argentine. L'Amministrazione Generale delle Dogane della Repubblica Popolare Cinese (Gacc) ha incluso le aziende argentine autorizzate ad esportare grano nel Sistema di registrazione online della quarantena degli stabilimenti autorizzati ad esportare....

Anticiclone Zeus in ritirata, a febbraio torna il “Generale Inverno” : ecco da quando

2024-01-30T17:24+0100qds (it)

Per scongiurare scarsità di acqua e siccità, in Italia si spera nel mese tradizionalmente più freddo. I metereologi sono stati categorici: “Se in Italia l’ inverno non farà sul serio neanche a febbraio, la stagione in corso sarà la terza più calda di sempre”.

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

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

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

Analisi della vendemmia 2023 in Piemonte: impatto del clima e prospettive economiche

2024-01-30T10:29+0100corrieredelleconomia (it)

Nel corso del 2023 , due determinanti eventi climatici hanno lasciato un’impronta indelebile sull’annata vitivinicola del Piemonte: temperature record e una siccità prolungata. L’analisi rivela una netta diminuzione della produzione di uva, con una contrazione del 14% rispetto all’anno precedente,....

Piemonte, l’annata 2023 tra temperature record e siccità: “Cala la produzione, ma le uve sono da 8 stelle”

2024-01-30T08:17+0100cronachedigusto (it)

Due fattori climatici hanno caratterizzato l’annata vitivinicola 2023 in Piemonte : le temperature record e la siccità prolungata. Nessuna inversione di tendenza rispetto all’anno prima, se non nella raccolta delle uve: questa volta il clima ha inciso fortemente facendo diminuire la produzione di circa il 14%.

Piemonte: crolla produzione uva (-14%) ma vendemmia è da "8 stelle"Si conferma seconda Regione, con un un giro d'affari vinicolo che sale a 1.362 mln euro

2024-01-29T18:21+0100efanews (it)

Due fattori climatici hanno caratterizzato l’annata vitivinicola 2023 in Piemonte: le temperature record e la siccità prolungata. Nessuna inversione di tendenza rispetto all’anno prima, se non nella raccolta delle uve: questa volta il clima ha inciso fortemente facendo diminuire la produzione di circa il 14%.

Piemonte: produzione di uva giù del 14%, ma la vendemmia 2023 è a «otto stelle»

2024-01-29T17:01+0100corrierequotidiano (it)

Due fattori climatici hanno caratterizzato l’annata vitivinicola 2023 in Piemonte: le temperature record e la siccità prolungata. Nessuna inversione di tendenza rispetto all’anno prima, se non nella raccolta delle uve: questa volta il clima ha inciso fortemente facendo diminuire la produzione di circa il 14%.

ECONOMIA- Lâannata 2023 dei vini piemontesi

2024-01-29T16:21+0100quotidianocanavese (it)

Due fattori climatici hanno caratterizzato l’annata vitivinicola 2023 in Piemonte: le temperature record e la siccità prolungata. Nessuna inversione di tendenza rispetto all’anno prima, se non nella raccolta delle uve: questa volta il clima ha inciso fortemente facendo diminuire la produzione di circa il 14%.

Vendemmia in calo in Piemonte (-14%), ma fatturato alle stelle: sfiora 1,4 miliardi di euro per oltre 2 milioni di ettolitri

2024-01-29T15:49+0100agricultura (it)

TORINO – Due fattori climatici hanno caratterizzato l’annata vitivinicola 2023 in Piemonte: le temperature record e la siccità prolungata. Nessuna inversione di tendenza rispetto all’anno prima, se non nella raccolta delle uve: questa volta il clima ha inciso fortemente facendo diminuire la produzione di circa il 14%.

Heat In Costa Rica And The World Will Increase In 2024

2024-01-27T19:23+0100thecostaricanews (en)

A few months ago, the COP28 climate summit (year 2023) was held in Dubai and for the first time much emphasis was placed on the need to replace fossil fuels, the main cause of global warming, according to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

Un incendio y lo que viene

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

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

Una vendemmia da otto in pagella, ma calano produzione e consumi

2024-01-26T18:22+0100247libero (it)

Dati e analisi del millesimo 2023 presentati dai Vignaioli Piemontesi al Palazzo della Regione. I vitigni più performanti sono Freisa, Pelaverga e Ruchè. Le prospettive future. L’ annata vitivinicola 2023 in Piemonte è stata caratterizzata da due fattori climatici principali: le temperature record e la siccità prolungata.

I timori dei produttori di vino per gli effetti della crisi del clima sulle vigne

2024-01-26T15:25+0100lastampa (it)

A guardare le stelle, che quest’anno vanno da 1 a 10 con un punteggio complessivo espresso in centesimi, non si direbbe proprio che il cambiamento climatico stia incidendo negativamente sulla qualità delle uve piemontesi. Nove stelle a Freisa e Ruchè, otto e mezzo a Nebbiolo, Barbera, Cortese,....

La Colombia brucia, Petro chiede aiuto alla comunità internazionale

2024-01-26T09:33+0100geagency (it)

Photo credit: AFP. Ieri la Colombia ha lanciato un appello alla comunità internazionale per far fronte a una trentina di incendi boschivi che stanno imperversando in diverse regioni e nella capitale Bogotà , dove le fiamme si stanno avvicinando a una zona residenziale.

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

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

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

Decine di incendi in Colombia: centinaia di ettari in fumo, chiesto aiuto internazionale

2024-01-25T23:59+0100meteoweb (it)

La Colombia ha chiesto l’aiuto internazionale per far fronte a una trentina di incendi boschivi , tra cui alcuni intorno alla capitale Bogotà, che oggi hanno avuto ripercussioni sulla qualità dell’aria e sul traffico dell’aeroporto internazionale. Secondo l’Istituto di idrologia, meteorologia e....

An ancient system that could bring water to dry areas

2024-01-25T23:01+0100herald (en)

Some of Africa’s dry areas face serious water shortages due to minimal rainfall. An ancient system of drawing water from aquifers, the “qanat system,” could help. Gaathier Mahed, an environmental scientist and expert on the management of groundwater, has studied the feasibility of these systems.

"Anteprima vendemmia": produzione di uva giù del 14%, ma l’annata 2023 è a "otto stelle"

2024-01-25T17:02+0100lavocedialba (it)

Due fattori climatici hanno caratterizzato l’annata vitivinicola 2023 in Piemonte: le temperature record e la siccità prolungata. Nessuna inversione di tendenza rispetto all’anno prima, se non nella raccolta delle uve: questa volta il clima ha inciso fortemente facendo diminuire la produzione di circa il 14%.

"Anteprima vendemmia": produzione di uva giù del 14%, ma l’annata 2023 è a "otto stelle"

2024-01-25T16:25+0100targatocn (it)

Due fattori climatici hanno caratterizzato l’annata vitivinicola 2023 in Piemonte: le temperature record e la siccità prolungata. Nessuna inversione di tendenza rispetto all’anno prima, se non nella raccolta delle uve: questa volta il clima ha inciso fortemente facendo diminuire la produzione di circa il 14%.

In Piemonte produzione di uva giù del 14%, ma la vendemmia 2023 è stata a "otto stelle"

2024-01-25T16:17+0100cuneodice (it)

Due fattori climatici hanno caratterizzato l’annata vitivinicola 2023 in Piemonte: le temperature record e la siccità prolungata. Nessuna inversione di tendenza rispetto all’anno prima, se non nella raccolta delle uve: questa volta il clima ha inciso fortemente facendo diminuire la produzione di circa il 14%.

Humans are depleting groundwater worldwide, but there are ways to replenish it

2024-01-25T15:21+0100theconversation-uk (en)

Disclosure statement. Scott Jasechko receives funding from the National Science Foundation and the Zegar Family Foundation. This material is based upon work supported by the U.S. Geological Survey through the California Institute for Water Resources . The views and conclusions contained in this....

MIL-OSI Global: Humans are depleting groundwater worldwide, but there are ways to replenish it

2024-01-24T18:03+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

If you stand at practically any point on Earth , there is water moving through the ground beneath your feet. Groundwater provides about half of the world’s population with drinking water and nearly half of all water used to irrigate crops. It sustains rivers, lakes and wetlands during droughts.

Humans are depleting groundwater worldwide, but there are ways to replenish it

2024-01-24T17:52+0100theconversation-us (en)

Disclosure statement. Scott Jasechko receives funding from the National Science Foundation and the Zegar Family Foundation. This material is based upon work supported by the U.S. Geological Survey through the California Institute for Water Resources . The views and conclusions contained in this....

Climate change got less media coverage in 2023 than in 2022

2024-01-23T14:25+0100malaymail (en)

LONDON, Jan 23 — Every year since 2007, the Media and Climate Change Observatory has been assessing international media coverage of topics related to the climate crisis. The organisation reports that coverage of these issues in 2023 was lower than in 2022 and 2021, despite record temperatures and the proliferation of extreme weather events.

Records show planet’s warming accelerating, worries increasing

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

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

In Catalogna si vive la più grande siccità della storia, pronto un piano per razionare l’acqua. Rischia anche il Sud Italia?

2024-01-22T18:48+0100ohga (it)

Passa sotto traccia rispetto all'inverno da record in America, Canada , ma anche in Norvegia dove le temperature hanno toccato anche i -40 gradi, ma quello che sta vivendo la Catalogna è da record ugualmente, seppur negativo. Infatti la siccità che sta colpendo la Spagna è uno dei 10 disastri più....

La crisi climatica impatta anche sul dessert: il caso dello zucchero

2024-01-19T14:36+0100donnamoderna (it)

Dopo le minacce per e birra , l’impatto della crisi climatica potrebbe estendersi a un’altra delle gioie della vita: i dolci. Il costo globale dello zucchero è infatti salito al livello più alto dal 2011 a seguito delle preoccupazioni per la sottoproduzione dell’ India e della Thailandia che hanno....

One hundred species of migratory birds are at risk due to human progress and climate change | THE TERRITORY news from Misiones

2024-01-19T05:13+0100california18 (en)

Saturday May 13, 2023 | 9:00 a.m. In the world of birds, common phalaropes stand apart. The females of these species compete for pairs and mate with several males. They are responsible for providing all parental care to their offspring. They are migratory birds that move twice a year between North America, where they breed, and South America.

2023 warmest year on record

2024-01-18T06:13+0100downtoearth (en)

2023 broke the record for the planet’s hottest year by a significant margin and is likely the world’s warmest in the last 100,000 years, according to the European Union’s climate agency. The average temperature in 2023 was 0.17 degrees Celsius (℃) higher than in 2016, the previous warmest year. On average, the planet was 1.

Conviction of arsonist reignites misinformation about forest fires

2024-01-17T19:00+0100thetimeshub (en)

According to SOPFEU, lightning is responsible for 99.9% of the forest areas burned this summer in Quebec. Open in full screen mode. This forest fire which raged in Chapais on June 1st was caused by Brian Paré. Nicholas De Rosa (View profile) Nicholas De Rosa.

Conviction of arsonist reignites misinformation about forest fires

2024-01-17T18:43+0100thesaxon (en)

According to SOPFEU, lightning is responsible for 99.9% of the forest areas burned this summer in Quebec. Open in full screen mode. This forest fire which raged in Chapais on June 1st was caused by Brian Paré. Nicholas De Rosa (View profile) Nicholas De Rosa.

Deep freeze continues to descend across US ahead of arctic air blast Weather

2024-01-17T12:56+0100usaToday (en)

will descend across the U.S. ahead of another Arctic blast later this week, according to the National Weather Service. Widespread wind chill warnings were in place through Wednesday morning in the Midwest and South, where wind chills are expected to plummet below 0 again.

2024: año de riesgos climáticos

2024-01-17T08:21+0100eleconomista-mx (es)

2023 fue el año más caliente de la historia. Se rompió el récord que tenía el 2016 y abrimos la puerta a escenas dantescas en todo el mundo. El año pasado tuvimos incendios en bosques de Canadá y Grecia. Inundaciones en Libia. En Estados Unidos se reportaron 25 eventos de clima extremo, incluyendo huracanes, incendios, tornados y olas de calor.

Il 2023 ha stravolto il ciclo globale dell’acqua con effetti sempre più estremi

2024-01-16T09:48+0100rinnovabili (it)

Due effetti apparentemente opposti derivano dalle temperature record dell’anno scorso, il più caldo di sempre con +1,48°C sopra il periodo pre-industriale. Da un lato aumentano e si fanno più intense le siccità pluriennali. Il 2023 è stato il 2° anno con meno umidità relativa dell’aria.

Vancouver Residents Advocate for Conservation in Landmark Survey

2024-01-16T03:38+0100lelezard (en)

Notably, the survey highlights that 95% of lower mainland residents agree that protecting wildlife habitat improves the overall quality of life in the region, emphasizing a positive attitude toward conservation efforts and the need for increased funding.

MIL-OSI Canada: Contract awarded for Alberta drought modelling

2024-01-15T20:48+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

The last three years have brought droughts and water shortages to various parts of Alberta, including most of southern Alberta last summer. Compounding this situation, El Niño is producing a warm and dry winter across Canada and more than 70 per cent of the country is experiencing drought conditions.

Contract awarded for Alberta drought modelling

2024-01-15T20:18+0100alberta (en)

The last three years have brought droughts and water shortages to various parts of Alberta, including most of southern Alberta last summer. Compounding this situation, El Niño is producing a warm and dry winter across Canada and more than 70 per cent of the country is experiencing drought conditions.

2023 is hottest year on record, signalling urgent need for climate action

2024-01-14T19:24+0100khmertimes (en)

The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth’s surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5ºC, European Union climate monitors said on Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Global Leaders’ Fail in Upholding Human Rights

2024-01-14T10:54+0100indianf (en)

In the tumultuous year of 2023, marked by unprecedented challenges, global leaders have fallen short in safeguarding human rights, as revealed by Human Rights Watch in its comprehensive clash to turmoil in Ukraine , Myanmar, Ethiopia, and the Sahel, underscored 2023 as a year fraught with suffering.

Low snowpack levels in B.C. increase drought concerns for summer

2024-01-14T05:17+0100citynews-ca (en)

B.C.’s snowpack levels are “extremely low,” according to a new report, raising new concerns about worsening drought conditions later in the year. In its first report of the year, the B.C. River Forecast Centre says, as of Jan. 1, snowpacks across the province were at 56 per cent of normal.

Strange weather: Last year’s climate assessment makes for grim reading

2024-01-13T20:30+0100digitaljournal (en)

Powerful waves driven by Cyclone Freddy crashed into the shoreline near the village of Sainte-Anne, on the French overseas island of La Reunion - Copyright AFP/File Charism SAYAT. Record heat in 2023 together with worsened global droughts, floods and wildfires characterized a worsening climate situation.

How 2023's record heat worsened droughts, floods and bushfires

2024-01-13T18:43+0100tvnz (en)

Analysis: Global warming is profoundly changing the water cycle, writes Albert Van Dijk for The Conversation. 2023 was a year of record-breaking heat, devastating storms and floods, deepening droughts and raging wildfires. These events showed how climate change is affecting the global water cycle and our livelihoods.

2023 Was Warmest Year On Record, 2024 Is Likely To Be Worse With A Possible Breach Of 1.5°C Threshold – A Key Climate Report Explained

2024-01-13T09:55+0100outlookindia (en)

Nearly 35 years after global warming became increasingly prominent in the international public debate, Planet Earth experienced its warmest calendar year on record in 2023, based on recorded data dating back to 1850. Last year was the year when many climate records tumbled, and for the worse.

European climate observatory points out 2023 as the hottest year on record

2024-01-12T21:49+0100brasildefato (en)

Data released on Tuesday (9) by the Copernicus Climate Change Service, linked to the European Union and known as C3S, show that 2023 was the hottest year on record , surpassing the record average temperature so far, in 2016. The Global Climate Highlights report points out that the planet’s average temperature in 2023 was 14.

Il 2023 l’anno più caldo di sempre, il 50% dei giorni oltre +1,5%

2024-01-12T19:14+0100italialife24 (it)

Il 2023 si conferma in assoluto l’anno più caldo dal 1850, con l’aumento della temperatura media globale vicina a 1,5 gradi centigradi (1,48 rispetto al livello preindustriale 1850-1900), un limite indicato dall’Accordo di Parigi da non superare – ma per almeno 20 anni – per scongiurare la diffusione e il peggioramento di eventi meteo estremi.

Crisi idrica in Italia, Sardegna e Sicilia le più colpite

2024-01-12T15:36+0100esgnews (it)

a Gennaio è già crisi idrica in Sardegna con invasi regionali ad un livello d’emergenza rossa nei comprensori di Sardegna Nord Occidentale, Alto Cixerri, Posada ed Ogliastra. A causa della scarsità di piogge e del caldo anomalo, la richiesta d’acqua è stata superiore al consueto e ha comportato, nel....

Global water monitor: caldo record del 2023, peggiorati incendi, siccità e inondazioni

2024-01-12T14:33+0100greenreport (it)

”, pubblicato dal Global Water Monitor Consortium, «Il caldo record in tutto il mondo ha avuto un impatto profondo sul ciclo globale dell’acqua nel 2023, contribuendo a forti tempeste, inondazioni, grandi siccità e incendi boschivi». Per realizzare il rapporto, il team di ricerca del Global Water....

Il caldo record fa aumentare siccità, alluvioni e incendi

2024-01-12T07:09+0100247libero (it)

AGI - Il caldo record registrato in tutto il mondo ha avuto un impatto profondo sul ciclo globale dell’acqua nel 2023 , contribuendo a gravi tempeste, inondazioni, uragani e incendi . Lo dimostra una nuova ricerca dell’Australian National University, i cui risultati sono illustrati in un nuovo studio pubblicato dal Global Water Monitor Consortium.

Over 77 countries saw highest average temperature in 2023 in close to 5 decades: Report

2024-01-12T06:26+0100downtoearth (en)

More than 77 countries experienced the highest average annual temperature in 45 years, according to the 2023 report. Record-high average temperatures were observed across all seasons, the report noted. “2023 was the hottest year on record and this also affected the water cycle in various ways, from....

How 2023’s record heat worsened droughts, floods and bushfires around the world

2024-01-12T06:26+0100downtoearth (en)

2023 was a year of record-breaking heat, devastating storms and floods, deepening droughts and raging wildfires. These events showed how climate change is affecting the global water cycle and our livelihoods. Our international team of researchers today released a report, the Global Water Monitor ,....

2023 Hottest Recorded Year As Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-12T05:27+0100menafn (en)

- Jordan Times) PARIS - The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5oC, EU climate monitors said on Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Oceans break heat records five years in a row

2024-01-12T03:54+0100nature-Earth-and-Environmental-Sciences (en)

(see 'Hotter and hotter'). The findings are the latest update of an annual study led by the Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing. The researchers say that the oceans have been warming at record-breaking rates every year since 2019.

Il caldo record fa aumentare siccità, alluvioni e incendi

2024-01-12T01:38+0100agi (it)

AGI - Il caldo record registrato in tutto il mondo ha avuto un impatto profondo sul ciclo globale dell’acqua nel 2023 , contribuendo a gravi tempeste, inondazioni, uragani e incendi . Lo dimostra una nuova ricerca dell’Australian National University, i cui risultati sono illustrati in un nuovo studio pubblicato dal Global Water Monitor Consortium.

Record heat in 2023 worsened global droughts, floods and wildfires

2024-01-11T19:33+0100sciencedaily (en)

The findings are outlined in a new report released today by the Global Water Monitor Consortium and led by ANU researchers. Lead author Professor Albert van Dijk, from ANU, said the report underscores the consequences of persistent fossil fuel burning on natural disasters, water resources, biodiversity and food security.

Greenhouse Gases Are Causing A Snow Drought In Europe, Scientists Say

2024-01-11T17:01+0100huffingtonpost-uk-en (en)

According to a new study published in Nature this week, more than 2.1 billion people live downstream of snow-covered mountains in the Northern Hemisphere. They depend on the water supply which comes down the mountains in the warmer months. The climate crisis is making the air at lower altitudes is....

Oceans break heat records five years in a row

2024-01-11T16:15+0100newsnow-co-uk (en)

(see 'Hotter and hotter'). The findings are the latest update of an annual study led by the Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing. The researchers say that the oceans have been warming at record-breaking rates every year since 2019.

How 2023’s record heat worsened droughts, floods and bushfires around the world

2024-01-11T15:13+0100newindianexpress (en)

2023 was a year of record-breaking heat, devastating storms and floods, deepening droughts and raging wildfires. These events showed how climate change is affecting the global water cycle and our livelihoods. Our international team of researchers today released a report, the Global Water Monitor ,....

Forte calo del manto nevoso a partire dagli anni ’80. Colpa del cambiamento climatico

2024-01-11T14:30+0100greenreport (it)

Come ornai succede da molti inverni, la mancanza di nevicate a dicembre sembrava anticipare il futuro del riscaldamento globale. Anche negli Usa le montagne, dall’Oregon al New Hampshire, sono più marroni che bianchi e l’American Southwest ha una grave mancanza di neve.

Incertezza meteo lungo la penisola, Sardegna e Sicilia già in carenza d’acqua. ANBI: “Servono infrastrutture per dare stabilità idraulica al Paese”

2024-01-11T14:20+0100agricultura (it)

ROMA – Il 2023 è stato l’anno più caldo di sempre o il più fresco del futuro? La domanda è quantomai lecita ad analizzare l’andamento climatico italiano, dove a gennaio è già crisi idrica in Sardegna con invasi regionali ad un livello d’emergenza rossa nei comprensori di Sardegna Nord Occidentale,....

Record heat in 2023 worsened global droughts, floods and wildfires

2024-01-11T14:06+0100smartwatermagazine (en)

ANU is a world-leading university in Australia’s capital. Excellence is embedded in our approach to research and education. Record heat across the world profoundly impacted the global water cycle in 2023, contributing to severe storms, floods, megadroughts and bushfires, new research from The Australian National University (ANU) shows.

Oceans break heat records five years in a row

2024-01-11T13:52+0100nature-current (en)

(see 'Hotter and hotter'). The findings are the latest update of an annual study led by the Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing. The researchers say that the oceans have been warming at record-breaking rates every year since 2019.

Crisi idrica, secondo ANBI necessarie infrastrutture per dare stabilità

2024-01-11T13:38+0100affaritaliani (it)

ANBI, l'incertezza meteo cresce lungo tutta la penisola: necessarie infrastrutture per dare stabilità idraulica al Paese. A gennaio è già crisi idrica in Sardegna con invasi regionali ad un livello d’ emergenza rossa nei comprensori di Sardegna Nord Occidentale, Alto Cixerri, Posada ed Ogliastra; a....

Oceans break heat records five years in a row

2024-01-11T12:57+0100nature (en)

(see 'Hotter and hotter'). The findings are the latest update of an annual study led by the Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing. The researchers say that the oceans have been warming at record-breaking rates every year since 2019.

Record Heat Driving Severe Storms, Droughts, Fires: Study

2024-01-11T12:37+0100menafn (en)

- IANS) Canberra, Jan 11 (IANS) Record-high global temperatures in 2023 exacerbated droughts, floods and wildfires, a, international study led by Australian National University (ANU) researchers revealed on Thursday. The study, which was published by the Global Water Monitor Consortium, found that....

Record heat driving severe storms, droughts, fires: Study

2024-01-11T12:09+0100dtnext (en)

CANBERRA: Record-high global temperatures in 2023 exacerbated droughts, floods and wildfires, a, international study led by Australian National University (ANU) researchers revealed on Thursday. The study, which was published by the Global Water Monitor Consortium, found that rising sea surface and....

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-11T11:09+0100manilatimes (en)

PARIS: Last year was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday (Wednesday in Manila). Climate change intensified heat waves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Anbi: Sardegna e Sicilia già in carenza d’acqua. Italia laboratorio climatico europeo

2024-01-11T10:49+0100agricolae (it)

Il 2023 è stato l’anno più caldo di sempre o il più fresco del futuro? La domanda è quantomai lecita ad analizzare l’andamento climatico italiano, dove a Gennaio è già crisi idrica in Sardegna con invasi regionali ad un livello d’emergenza rossa nei comprensori di Sardegna Nord Occidentale, Alto....

Sardegna e Sicilia già in carenza d’acqua, cresce l’incertezza meteo lungo la Penisola

2024-01-11T10:32+0100meteoweb (it)

Il 2023 è stato l’anno più caldo di sempre o il più fresco del futuro? La domanda è quanto mai lecita ad analizzare l’andamento climatico italiano, dove a Gennaio è già crisi idrica in Sardegna con invasi regionali ad un livello d’emergenza rossa nei comprensori di Sardegna Nord Occidentale, Alto....

Clima: 2023 l’anno più caldo mai registrato

2024-01-11T09:22+0100regionieambiente (it)

Il Rapporto 2023 Global Climate Highlights del Servizio UE per il cambiamento del clima (C3S) conferma che l’anno appena trascorso è stato l’anno più caldo da quando esistono le rilevazioni delle temperature, arrivando vicinissimo al limite di 1,5 °C stabilito dall’Accordo di Parigi (1,48 °C....

2023 was a record hot year, scientists expect more of the same in 2024

2024-01-11T08:29+0100newsnow-co-uk (en)

Some leading scientists have been shocked at the latest climate change data which show 2023 was the warmest year on record, and probably the hottest in the past 100,000 years. The end of the year resulted in a burst of data from various climate research bodies. Overnight the EU’s Copernicus Programme that 2023 was, on average, 1.

How 2023's Record Heat Worsened Droughts, Floods And Bushfires Globally

2024-01-11T07:52+0100ndtvnews (en)

Canberra, Australia: 2023 was a year of record-breaking heat, devastating storms and floods, deepening droughts and raging wildfires. These events showed how climate change is affecting the global water cycle and our livelihoods. Our international team of researchers today released a report, the....

Sharp decline in spring snowpack due to human-caused climate change: study

2024-01-11T06:25+0100cornwallseawaynews (en)

TORONTO — Human-caused climate change is behind a decline in spring snowpack across parts of Southern Canada and the Northern Hemisphere, says a new study that offers widespread caution of how a warming planet could transform winter and affect water security.

World News | How 2023's Record Heat Worsened Droughts, Floods and Bushfires Around the World

2024-01-11T05:47+0100latestly (en)

Canberra, Jan 11 (The Conversation) 2023 was a year of record-breaking heat, devastating storms and floods, deepening droughts and raging wildfires. These events showed how climate change is affecting the global water cycle and our livelihoods. Our international team of researchers today released a....

How 2023’s record heat worsened droughts, floods and bushfires around the world

2024-01-11T05:45+0100devdiscourse (en)

But this happened against a backdrop of increasing sea surface temperatures due to global warming.Rising sea surface and air temperatures have been intensifying the strength and rainfall intensity of monsoons, cyclones and other storm systems.We saw this happen close to home.

Record heat driving severe storms, droughts, fires: study

2024-01-11T04:40+0100uniindia (en)

Canberra, Jan 11 (UNI) Record-high global temperatures in 2023 exacerbated droughts, floods and wildfires, Australian-led international research has found. The study, which was published by the Global Water Monitor Consortium led by researchers at the Australian National University (ANU) on....

Record heat driving severe storms, droughts, fires: study

2024-01-11T03:26+0100europesun (en)

CANBERRA, Jan. 11 (Xinhua) -- Record-high global temperatures in 2023 exacerbated droughts, floods and wildfires, an Australian-led international research has found. The study, which was published by the Global Water Monitor Consortium led by researchers at the Australian National University (ANU)....

Record heat driving severe storms, droughts, fires - study

2024-01-11T03:20+0100mb-com-ph (en)

CANBERRA, Australia -- Record-high global temperatures in 2023 exacerbated droughts, floods and wildfires, an Australian-led international research has found. Unprecedented floodings have been seen in countries around the world following incessant rains and other weather conditions.

Record heat driving severe storms, droughts, fires: study

2024-01-11T02:18+0100china.org.cn (en)

CANBERRA, Jan. 11 (Xinhua) -- Record-high global temperatures in 2023 exacerbated droughts, floods and wildfires, an Australian-led international research has found. The study, which was published by the Global Water Monitor Consortium led by researchers at the Australian National University (ANU)....

Record heat driving severe storms, droughts, fires: study

2024-01-11T02:07+0100english-news-cn (en)

CANBERRA, Jan. 11 (Xinhua) -- Record-high global temperatures in 2023 exacerbated droughts, floods and wildfires, an Australian-led international research has found. The study, which was published by the Global Water Monitor Consortium led by researchers at the Australian National University (ANU)....

Record heat driving severe storms, droughts, fires: study

2024-01-11T02:07+0100xinhuanet-english (en)

CANBERRA, Jan. 11 (Xinhua) -- Record-high global temperatures in 2023 exacerbated droughts, floods and wildfires, an Australian-led international research has found. The study, which was published by the Global Water Monitor Consortium led by researchers at the Australian National University (ANU)....

Sharp decline in spring snowpack due to human-caused climate change: study

2024-01-11T01:16+0100cp24 (en)

TORONTO - Human-caused climate change is behind a decline in spring snowpack across parts of Southern Canada and the Northern Hemisphere, says a new study that offers widespread caution of how a warming planet could transform winter and affect water security.

Sharp decline in spring snowpack due to human-caused climate change: study 0 1/10/2024 3:40:29 PM

2024-01-11T01:02+0100tricitynews (en)

TORONTO — Human-caused climate change is behind a decline in spring snowpack across parts of Southern Canada and the Northern Hemisphere, says a new study that offers widespread caution of how a warming planet could transform winter and affect water security.

Sharp decline in spring snowpack due to human-caused climate change: study

2024-01-11T00:53+0100princegeorgecitizen (en)

TORONTO — Human-caused climate change is behind a decline in spring snowpack across parts of Southern Canada and the Northern Hemisphere, says a new study that offers widespread caution of how a warming planet could transform winter and affect water security.

Sharp decline in spring snowpack due to human-caused climate change: study 1/10/2024 3:40:29 PM

2024-01-11T00:53+0100timescolonist (en)

TORONTO — Human-caused climate change is behind a decline in spring snowpack across parts of Southern Canada and the Northern Hemisphere, says a new study that offers widespread caution of how a warming planet could transform winter and affect water security.

Record Heat In 2023 Worsened Global Droughts, Floods And Wildfires

2024-01-11T00:30+0100eurasiareview (en)

The findings are outlined in a new report released by the Global Water Monitor Consortium and led by ANU researchers. Lead author Professor Albert Van Dijk, from ANU, said the report underscores the consequences of persistent fossil fuel burning on natural disasters, water resources, biodiversity and food security.

Record heat in 2023 worsened global droughts, floods and wildfires

2024-01-10T23:34+0100wn (en)

Record heat across the world profoundly impacted the global water cycle in 2023, contributing to severe storms, floods, megadroughts and bushfires, new research from The Australian National University (ANU) shows. The findings are outlined in a new report released today by the Global Water Monitor....

Human-induced climate change to blame for sharp decline in spring snowpack: study

2024-01-10T21:05+0100montrealgazette (en)

The researchers out of New Hampshire’s Dartmouth College say although observations in the St. Lawrence had previously suggested snowpack trends were small and insignificant, their study indicates anthropocentric climate change was responsible for a seven-per-cent drop in March snowpack per decade over 40 years.

Sharp decline in snowpack due to human-caused climate change: study 1/10/2024 11:34:17 AM

2024-01-10T21:03+0100timescolonist (en)

A new study suggests human-caused climate change is behind a sharp drop in spring snowpack across large parts of the Northern Hemisphere, including a swath of Ontario and Quebec. People walk on the snowless streets of Place Jacques Cartier in Old Montreal, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2024. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz.

Sharp decline in snowpack due to human-caused climate change: study

2024-01-10T21:00+0100princegeorgecitizen (en)

A new study suggests human-caused climate change is behind a sharp drop in spring snowpack across large parts of the Northern Hemisphere, including a swath of Ontario and Quebec. People walk on the snowless streets of Place Jacques Cartier in Old Montreal, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2024. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz.

Sharp decline in snowpack due to human-caused climate change: study 0 1/10/2024 11:34:17 AM

2024-01-10T20:59+0100tricitynews (en)

A new study suggests human-caused climate change is behind a sharp drop in spring snowpack across large parts of the Northern Hemisphere, including a swath of Ontario and Quebec. People walk on the snowless streets of Place Jacques Cartier in Old Montreal, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2024. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz.

Record heat fueled unexpected and deadly storms in 2023

2024-01-10T20:49+0100earth (en)

The record heat of 2023 severely disrupted the global water cycle, contributing to extreme weather events such as severe storms, floods, megadroughts and bushfires, according to a study from (ANU). The research is outlined in a new report released today by the Global Water Monitor Consortium and led by ANU researchers.

How 2023’s record heat worsened droughts, floods and bushfires around the world

2024-01-10T20:47+0100johansen (en)

Date: 2024-01-10 19:30 Author: Rss error reading . Original article: https://theconversation.com/how-2023s-record-heat-worsened-droughts-floods-and-bushfires-around-the-world-220836 2023 was a year of record-breaking heat, devastating storms and floods, deepening droughts and raging wildfires.

MIL-Evening Report: How 2023’s record heat worsened droughts, floods and bushfires around the world

2024-01-10T20:38+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

– By Albert Van Dijk, Professor, Water and Landscape Dynamics, Fenner School of Environment & Society, Australian National University. 2023 was a year of record-breaking heat, devastating storms and floods, deepening droughts and raging wildfires. These events showed how climate change is affecting the global water cycle and our livelihoods.

Record 2023 Heat Amplifies Global Droughts, Floods, Bushfires

2024-01-10T20:30+0100miragenews (en)

Our international team of researchers today released a report, the Global Water Monitor , documenting the impact of the record heat in 2023 on the water cycle. We used data from thousands of ground stations and satellites to provide real-time information on various environmental parameters.

How 2023’s record heat worsened droughts, floods and bushfires around the world

2024-01-10T20:28+0100nationaltribune (en)

Our international team of researchers today released a report, the Global Water Monitor , documenting the impact of the record heat in 2023 on the water cycle. We used data from thousands of ground stations and satellites to provide real-time information on various environmental parameters.

2023 Record Heat Intensified Global Droughts, Floods, Wildfires

2024-01-10T20:11+0100miragenews (en)

Record heat across the world profoundly impacted the global water cycle in 2023, contributing to severe storms, floods, megadroughts and bushfires, new research from The Australian National University (ANU) shows. The findings are outlined in a new report released today by the Global Water Monitor Consortium and led by ANU researchers.

10-Jan-2024 Record heat in 2023 worsened global droughts, floods and wildfires Australian National University Reports and Proceedings Record heat across the world profoundly impacted the global water cycle in 2023, contributing to severe storms, floods, megadroughts and bushfires, new research from The Australian National University (ANU) shows.

2024-01-10T20:03+0100eurekalert (en)

Credit: Credit: Lannon Harley/ANU. Record heat across the world profoundly impacted the global water cycle in 2023, contributing to severe storms, floods, megadroughts and bushfires, new research from The Australian National University (ANU) shows. The findings are outlined in a new report released....

Clima, dal caldo record del 2023 impatto profondo sul ciclo globale dell’acqua: lo studio

2024-01-10T20:01+0100meteoweb (it)

Il caldo record registrato nel mondo nel 2023 ha avuto un impatto profondo sul ciclo globale dell’acqua , contribuendo a gravi tempeste, inondazioni, uragani e incendi. Lo dimostra una nuova ricerca dell’Australian National University, i cui risultati sono stati pubblicati dal Global Water Monitor Consortium.

Clima, il 2023 scalza il 2016: è l'anno più caldo di sempre. L'Onu: l'assaggio di un futuro catastrofico

2024-01-10T17:18+0100247libero (it)

Il 2023 si conferma in assoluto l'anno più caldo dal 1850, con l'aumento della temperatura media globale vicina a 1,5 gradi centigradi (1,48 rispetto al livello preindustriale 1850-1900), un limite indicato dall'Accordo di Parigi da non superare - ma per almeno 20 anni - per scongiurare la diffusione e il peggioramento di eventi meteo estremi.

Allarme Clima: Il 2023 Segna il Record come Anno più Caldo, Copernicus Svela Dati Preoccupanti

2024-01-10T16:48+0100247libero (it)

Il 2023 si conferma come l'anno più caldo di sempre, con il 50% dei giorni registrati con temperature superiori a +1,5 gradi, secondo l'analisi condotta da Copernicus, il programma di osservazione della Terra dell'Agenzia Spaziale Europea (Esa) e Commissione europea.

Il 2023 è stato l'anno più caldo di sempre, sfiorati i +1,5 gradi

2024-01-10T15:42+0100donnamoderna (it)

Il 2023 è stato l’anno più caldo di sempre con l’ aumento della temperatura media globale di 1,48 gradi rispetto al livello preindustriale 1850-1900. Una media vicinissima a quel + 1,5 gradi centigradi, limite indicato dall’Accordo di Parigi da non superare (ma per almeno 20 anni) per scongiurare la....

MIL-OSI USA: User Perceptions of Drought Indices in North American Climates

2024-01-10T14:50+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Drought monitoring and early detection have improved greatly in recent decades through the development and refinement of numerous indices and indicators. However, there is a lack of user-informed guidance as to which drought monitoring tools are most appropriate in a given location.

Clima, il 2023 scalza il 2016: è l’anno più caldo di sempre

2024-01-10T14:20+0100lastampa (it)

Il 2023 si conferma in assoluto l'anno più caldo dal 1850, con l'aumento della temperatura media globale vicina a 1,5 gradi centigradi (1,48 rispetto al livello preindustriale 1850-1900), un limite indicato dall'Accordo di Parigi da non superare - ma per almeno 20 anni - per scongiurare la diffusione e il peggioramento di eventi meteo estremi.

Clima, il 2023 scalza il 2016: è l’anno più caldo di sempre

2024-01-10T14:19+0100lasentinella (it)

Il 2023 si conferma in assoluto l'anno più caldo dal 1850, con l'aumento della temperatura media globale vicina a 1,5 gradi centigradi (1,48 rispetto al livello preindustriale 1850-1900), un limite indicato dall'Accordo di Parigi da non superare - ma per almeno 20 anni - per scongiurare la diffusione e il peggioramento di eventi meteo estremi.

Copernicus: il 2023 l'anno più caldo mai registrato

2024-01-10T14:10+0100greencity-it (it)

Le temperature globali hanno raggiunto livelli eccezionalmente elevati nel 2023. Il Servizio per il Cambiamento Climatico di Copernicus (Copernicus Climate Change Service - C3S) implementato dal centro europeo per le previsioni meteorologiche a medio termine per conto della Commissione europea con....

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-10T13:58+0100TheFrontierPost-en (en)

by The Frontier Post NEW YORK (AFP): The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth’s surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Il 2023 è stato l’anno più caldo dal 1850 ad oggi

2024-01-10T10:57+0100positanonews (it)

Il 2023 entra di diritto nella storia come l’anno più rovente da quando abbiamo iniziato a tenere traccia delle temperature nel 1850 Copernicus Climate Change (C3s) , il braccio di osservazione spaziale dell’ Agenzia Spaziale Europea (Esa) e della Commissione Europea , ha confermato che la....

2023 anno più caldo di sempre. Ecco otto dati che forse non conosci e che ti spaventeranno

2024-01-10T09:00+0100blitzquotidiano (it)

Il 2023 batte anche il 2022 e passerà alla storia come l’anno più caldo dal 1850 con l’aumento della temperatura media globale vicina a 1,5 gradi centigradi (1,48 rispetto al livello preindustriale 1850-1900). Davvero ancora non credete ai cambiamenti climatici? C’è bisogno di qualche altra prova? A....

2023 anno più caldo di sempre. Ecco otto dati che forse non conosci e che ti spaventeranno

2024-01-10T08:56+0100247libero (it)

Il 2023 batte anche il 2022 e passerà alla storia come l’anno più caldo dal 1850 con l’aumento della temperatura media globale vicina a 1,5 gradi centigradi (1,48 rispetto al livello preindustriale 1850-1900). Davvero ancora non credete ai cambiamenti climatici? C’è bisogno di qualche altra prova? A....

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-10T08:41+0100seychellesnewsagency (en)

) - The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 The Warmest Year in at Least 100,000 Years

2024-01-10T07:22+0100kompas-id (en)

The following article was translated using both Microsoft Azure Open AI and Google Translation AI. The original article can be found in KOMPAS/ADRYAN YOGA PARAMADWYA. The sound of motor vehicles filled the area of Serpong Utara, South Tangerang, Banten, on Wednesday (27/12/2023) during drizzling rain.

Copernicus: "Il 2023 è l'anno più caldo mai registrato"

2024-01-10T07:06+0100247libero (it)

ROMA – Il 2023 è l’anno più caldo mai registrato, con una temperatura globale vicina al limite di 1.5 gradi in più deciso alla COP21 di Parigi del 2015 come limite entro quale far rimanere la ‘febbre’ del Pianeta . Lo segnala Copernicus , il servizio di osservazione satellitare e da stazioni su terra e mare dell’Unione europea.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-10T06:04+0100philstar (en)

PARIS, France The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Warming World Nears Critical 1.5C Limit In 2023: Monitor

2024-01-10T05:46+0100menafn (en)

- The Peninsula) AFP. Paris: The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears 1.5 C limit

2024-01-10T05:22+0100eyewitness-news (en)

PARIS, France - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts, and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-10T03:45+0100thenews-pk (en)

PARIS: The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth´s surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said on Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year As Earth Nears Key Limit: EU Scientists

2024-01-10T03:26+0100menafn (en)

PARIS, Jan 10 (NNN-AGENCIES) - The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Europe Warming world nears critical 1.5C limit in 2023: EU monitor

2024-01-10T03:22+0100JakartaPost (en)

Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.48 C above the preindustrial benchmark, the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) reported. "It is also the first year with all days over one degree warmer than the pre-industrial....

Warming world nears critical 1.5C limit in 2023: monitor

2024-01-10T02:08+0100citizen (en)

intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.48 C above the preindustrial benchmark, the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) reported. ALSO READ: Climate crisis escalates: 2024 expected to be hotter than 2023 “It is also the first year with....

Il 2023 è l’anno più caldo mai registrato secondo Copernicus: urgenza di decarbonizzare l’economia

2024-01-10T01:40+0100online-news (it)

Il 2023 è stato confermato come l’anno più caldo mai registrato dal 1850, con un aumento della temperatura media globale di circa 1,5 gradi centigradi rispetto ai livelli preindustriali. Questo limite, indicato dall’Accordo di Parigi, è cruciale per evitare il diffondersi di eventi meteorologici estremi.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-10T01:39+0100phys (en)

Climate change intensified heat waves , droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.48 C above the preindustrial benchmark, the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) reported. "It is also the first year with all days over one degree warmer than the pre-industrial....

2023 is officially the hottest year on record, global temperatures close in on warming limit: Report

2024-01-10T01:38+0100abc7ny (en)

A year featuring extreme events across the globe is now officially Earth's hottest year on record, according to Copernicus, Europe's climate change service. 2023 has been confirmed as the hottest year on record surpassing 2016, the previous hottest year, by a large margin, according to a new climate report released by Copernicus on Tuesday.

Copernicus: “Il 2023 è l’anno più caldo mai registrato”

2024-01-10T01:08+0100genteditalia (it)

ROMA – Il 2023 è l’anno più caldo mai registrato, con una temperatura globale vicina al limite di 1.5 gradi in più deciso alla COP21 di Parigi del 2015 come limite entro quale far rimanere la ‘febbre’ del Pianeta . Lo segnala Copernicus , il servizio di osservazione satellitare e da stazioni su terra e mare dell’Unione europea.

Warming world nears critical 1.5C limit in 2023: monitor

2024-01-10T00:17+0100terradaily (en)

The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

The Public Increasingly Feels the Impact of Climate Change

2024-01-10T00:02+0100kompas-id (en)

The high frequency of disasters in Indonesia means that all regions in this country are not immune from the risk of natural disasters . The risk for each individual is at an alarming level because natural disasters can occur at any time. The impact of climate change is increasingly being felt by the Indonesian people.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:52+0100kenyastar (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:52+0100srilankasource (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:42+0100myanmarnews (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:41+0100cambodiantimes (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Was Hottest Year Ever As Earth Nears 1.5C Limit

2024-01-09T23:40+0100ticotimes (en)

The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth’s surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:38+0100northernirelandnews (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:33+0100manilametro (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T23:24+0100jordantimes (en)

PARIS — The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5oC, EU climate monitors said on Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:14+0100singaporestar (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:14+0100nigeriasun (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T23:13+0100longbeachstar (en)

PARIS - The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Gennaio 9, 2024Gennaio 9, 2024

2024-01-09T22:52+0100ambientenonsolo (it)

Le temperature globali hanno raggiunto livelli eccezionalmente elevati nel 2023. Il Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S), implementato dal Centro europeo per le previsioni meteorologiche a medio termine per conto della Commissione europea, ha monitorato diversi indicatori climatici chiave durante....

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T22:05+0100timesofmalta (en)

The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius above the preindustrial benchmark, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T21:29+0100guampdn (en)

The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Al 2023 il record dell'anno più caldo, sfiora +1,5 gradi della temperatura media globale

2024-01-09T20:54+0100gazzettadiparma (it)

Il 2023 si conferma in assoluto l'anno più caldo dal 1850, con l’aumento della temperatura media globale vicina a 1,5 gradi centigradi (1,48 rispetto al livello preindustriale 1850-1900), un limite indicato dall’Accordo di Parigi da non superare - ma per almeno 20 anni - per scongiurare la diffusione e il peggioramento di eventi meteo estremi.

Clima, il 2023 è stato l’anno più caldo di sempre

2024-01-09T20:50+0100tag24 (it)

Il 2023 è stato l’anno più caldo mai registrato. La temperatura della superficie terrestre ha visto quasi sempre un aumento vicino al limite di 1,5 gradi. Clima, il 2023 è stato l’anno più caldo mai registrato. Durante l’anno 2023, le temperature medie globali sono aumentate di 1,48 gradi rispetto la media degli anni preindustriali.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T20:45+0100arynews (en)

The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth’s surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 hottest year on record

2024-01-09T20:42+0100kuwaittimes (en)

PARIS: The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth’s surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit 09 January 2024

2024-01-09T20:38+0100enca (en)

The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T20:35+0100couriermail (en)

Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.48 C above the preindustrial benchmark, the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) reported. "It is also the first year with all days over one degree warmer than the pre-industrial....

Copernicus: “Il 2023 è l’anno più caldo mai registrato”

2024-01-09T20:29+0100iltabloid (it)

Il 2023 è l’anno più caldo mai registrato, con una temperatura globale vicina al limite di 1.5 gradi in più deciso alla COP21 di Parigi del 2015 come limite entro quale far rimanere la ‘febbre’ del Pianeta. Lo segnala Copernicus, il servizio di osservazione satellitare e da stazioni su terra e mare dell’Unione europea.

Copernicus: 'Il 2023 è stato l'anno più caldo mai registrato'

2024-01-09T20:24+0100247libero (it)

Il 2023 si è rivelato un anno climatico estremo, consolidandosi come il più caldo registrato dal 1850, con un aumento significativo della temperatura media globale, secondo il Global Climate Highlights 2023 del Copernicus Climate Change Service – C3S, programma di Osservazione della Terra dell’Unione europea.

Il 2023 l’anno più caldo di sempre, il 50% dei giorni oltre +1,5%

2024-01-09T20:22+0100globodiroma (it)

Il 2023 si conferma in assoluto l’anno più caldo dal 1850, con l’aumento della temperatura media globale vicina a 1,5 gradi centigradi (1,48 rispetto al livello preindustriale 1850-1900), un limite indicato dall’Accordo di Parigi da non superare – ma per almeno 20 anni – per scongiurare la diffusione e il peggioramento di eventi meteo estremi.

Il 2023 si conferma l'anno più caldo di sempre, sfiorati i +1,5 gradi - L'Onu: "Assaggio di un futuro catastrofico"

2024-01-09T20:20+0100247libero (it)

Quasi il 50% dei giorni dell'anno appena passato è stato più caldo di oltre 1,5 C rispetto al livello del periodo 1850-1900. Due giorni di novembre sono stati, per la prima volta nella storia delle rilevazioni, più caldi di oltre 2 gradi. Il fatto che quasi la metà dei giorni del 2023 è andato oltre....

Il 2023 si conferma l'anno più caldo di sempre, sfiorati i +1,5 gradi | L'Onu: "Assaggio di un futuro catastrofico"

2024-01-09T20:14+0100tgcom (it)

Quasi il 50% dei giorni dell'anno appena passato è stato più caldo di oltre 1,5 C rispetto al livello del periodo 1850-1900. Due giorni di novembre sono stati, per la prima volta nella storia delle rilevazioni, più caldi di oltre 2 gradi. Il fatto che quasi la metà dei giorni del 2023 è andato oltre....

Copernicus: “Il 2023 è stato l’anno più caldo mai registrato”

2024-01-09T19:55+0100ladiscussione (it)

Il 2023 si è rivelato un anno climatico estremo, consolidandosi come il più caldo registrato dal 1850, con un aumento significativo della temperatura media globale, secondo il Global Climate Highlights 2023 del Copernicus Climate Change Service – C3S, programma di Osservazione della Terra dell’Unione europea.

Il 2023 l'anno più caldo di sempre, il 50% dei giorni oltre +1,5%

2024-01-09T19:46+0100ansa (it)

Il 2023 si conferma in assoluto l'anno più caldo dal 1850, con l'aumento della temperatura media globale vicina a 1,5 gradi centigradi (1,48 rispetto al livello preindustriale 1850-1900), un limite indicato dall'Accordo di Parigi da non superare - ma per almeno 20 anni - per scongiurare la diffusione e il peggioramento di eventi meteo estremi.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year As Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T19:29+0100channelstv (en)

The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth’s surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Clima, 2023 anno più caldo di sempre. Ma nel 2024 potrebbe andare peggio

2024-01-09T19:16+0100247libero (it)

Combinando le letture satellitari con le prove geologiche sul passato più lontano del clima, intanto, i climatologi si sono resi conto che il 2023 potrebbe essere anche uno degli anni più caldi degli ultimi 100.000 anni , ha spiegato Carlo Buontempo, direttore del servizio Copernicus Climate Change....

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T19:12+0100abs-cbnnews (en)

PARIS, France -- The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T19:10+0100omanobserver-om (en)

Paris: The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said on Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Ambiente a rischio

2024-01-09T19:00+0100ilSole24ore (it)

Combinando le letture satellitari con le prove geologiche sul passato più lontano del clima, intanto, i climatologi si sono resi conto che il 2023 potrebbe essere anche uno degli anni più caldi degli ultimi 100.000 anni , ha spiegato Carlo Buontempo, direttore del servizio Copernicus Climate Change....

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T18:45+0100bssnews (en)

PARIS, Jan 9, 2024 (BSS/AFP) - The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Why 2023 was the warmest year ever, and what happens now

2024-01-09T18:27+0100expressindia (en)

Global surface air temperature increase relative to the average for 1850-1900, the designated pre-industrial reference period, based on several global temperature datasets shown as 5-year averages since 1850 (left) and as annual averages since 1967 (right). Credit: C3S/ECMWF.

2023, anno più caldo mai registrato. Parola di Copernicus

2024-01-09T18:24+0100247libero (it)

Il Servizio per il Cambiamento Climatico di Copernicus: 2023 più caldo in assoluto dal 1850. Quasi 1,5 gradi in più rispetto al periodo preindustriale. Le temperature globali hanno raggiunto livelli eccezionalmente elevati nel 2023. A dirlo è il Servizio per il Cambiamento Climatico di Copernicus....

2023, anno più caldo mai registrato. Parola di Copernicus

2024-01-09T18:23+0100ambienteambienti (it)

Il Servizio per il Cambiamento Climatico di Copernicus: 2023 più caldo in assoluto dal 1850. Quasi 1,5 gradi in più rispetto al periodo preindustriale. Le temperature globali hanno raggiunto livelli eccezionalmente elevati nel 2023. A dirlo è il Servizio per il Cambiamento Climatico di Copernicus....

Warming world nears critical 1.5C limit in 2023

2024-01-09T18:16+0100newagebd (en)

A photograph taken on Monday shows an aerial view of Leeds Castle covered in snow in Maidstone, Kent, southern England. — AFP photo. The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth’s surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said on Tuesday.

Il 2023 è stato l’anno più caldo: siamo a un soffio dalla soglia di 1.5°C

2024-01-09T18:08+0100iconaclima (it)

Tra i dati più significativi e allarmanti c’è il fatto che, per la prima volta nella storia, ogni giorno dell’anno ha superato di almeno 1°C i livelli preindustriali , con quasi il 50% dei giorni che ha superato di oltre 1.5°C tali valori. Aumento giornaliero della temperatura dell’aria in....

Il 2023 l'anno più caldo di sempre, sfiora soglia +1,5 gradi

2024-01-09T17:26+0100ansa-english (it)

ROMA - Il 2023 si conferma l'anno più caldo mai registrato a partire dal 1850, con l'aumento della temperatura media globale vicina al limite di 1,5 gradi centigradi (1,48 rispetto al livello preindustriale 1850-1900), che potrebbe essere superato in un periodo di 12 mesi che termina a gennaio o febbraio 2024.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year as Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T17:24+0100voanews (en)

PARIS — The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T17:09+0100malaymail (en)

Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.48 C above the preindustrial benchmark, the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) reported. “It is also the first year with all days over one degree warmer than the pre-industrial....

Il 2023 l'anno più caldo mai registrato: aumenta il rischi di malattie

2024-01-09T17:09+0100GazzettaDelSud (it)

Le temperature globali hanno raggiunto livelli eccezionalmente elevati nel 2023. Il servizio Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) , implementato dal Centro europeo per le previsioni meteorologiche a medio termine per conto della Commissione europea con i finanziamenti dell’UE, ha monitorato....

Copernicus: il 2023 sarà l'anno più caldo mai registrato, con una temperatura globale vicina al limite di 1.5°C

2024-01-09T16:52+0100lescienze (it)

Nel 2023 la temperatura media globale è stata di 14.98°C, 0.17°C in più rispetto al precedente valore annuale più alto del 2016. Il 2023 è stato più caldo di 0.60°C rispetto alla media del periodo compreso tra il 1991 e il 2020 e di 1.48°C rispetto al livello preindustriale del 1850-1900.

Il 2023 l'anno più caldo di sempre, sfiora soglia +1,5 gradi

2024-01-09T16:51+0100ansamed-it (it)

(ANSAmed) - ROMA, 09 GEN - Il 2023 si conferma l'anno più caldo mai registrato a partire dal 1850, con l'aumento della temperatura media globale vicina al limite di 1,5 gradi centigradi (1,48 rispetto al livello preindustriale 1850-1900), che potrebbe essere superato in un periodo di 12 mesi che termina a gennaio o febbraio 2024.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T16:33+0100digitaljournal (en)

The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth’s surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T16:24+0100newsnow-co-uk (en)

Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.48 C above the preindustrial benchmark, the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) reported. "It is also the first year with all days over one degree warmer than the pre-industrial....

Copernicus report: 2023 is officially the hottest year on record as global temperatures close in on warming limit

2024-01-09T16:16+0100mycentraloregon (en)

SimpleImages/Getty Images. (NEW YORK) — A year featuring extreme events across the globe is now officially Earth’s hottest year on record, according to Copernicus, Europe’s climate change service. 2023 has been confirmed as the hottest year on record surpassing 2016, the previous hottest year, by a....

2023 confirmed as planet's hottest on record, likely the warmest in 100,000 years: climate experts

2024-01-09T16:08+0100barrie (en)

BRUSSELS, Jan 9 - Last year was the planet's hottest on record by a substantial margin and likely the world's warmest in the last 100,000 years, the European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) said on Tuesday. Scientists had widely expected the milestone, after climate records were repeatedly broken.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T16:01+0100heraldsun (en)

Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.48 C above the preindustrial benchmark, the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) reported. "It is also the first year with all days over one degree warmer than the pre-industrial....

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T16:00+0100tribuneonline (en)

The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth’s surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 Hottest Recorded Year As Earth Nears Key Limit

2024-01-09T15:57+0100ibtimes (en)

The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T15:55+0100rfi-en (en)

Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.48 C above the preindustrial benchmark, the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) reported. "It is also the first year with all days over one degree warmer than the pre-industrial....

2023 hottest recorded year as Earth nears key limit

2024-01-09T15:48+0100france24-en (en)

Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.48 C above the preindustrial benchmark, the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) reported. "It is also the first year with all days over one degree warmer than the pre-industrial....

Clima, 2023 da record: anno più caldo di sempre, gas serra a livelli più alti. Sfiorati +1,5°C

2024-01-09T15:42+0100geagency (it)

Era previsto, ora è stato confermato: il 2023, segnato da un lungo elenco di disastri climatici senza precedenti, è stato l’anno più caldo della storia, sfiorando per la prima volta il limite di 1,5°C di riscaldamento globale fissato dall’accordo di Parigi.

Copernicus: “Il 2023 è l’anno più caldo mai registrato”

2024-01-09T15:37+0100dire (it)

ROMA – Il 2023 è l’anno più caldo mai registrato, con una temperatura globale vicina al limite di 1.5 gradi in più deciso alla COP21 di Parigi del 2015 come limite entro quale far rimanere la ‘febbre’ del Pianeta . Lo segnala Copernicus , il servizio di osservazione satellitare e da stazioni su terra e mare dell’Unione europea.

Warming world nears critical 1.5C limit in 2023: monitor

2024-01-09T15:19+0100mg (en)

The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth’s surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said on Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Clima, il 2023 è stato l'anno più caldo mai registrato

2024-01-09T15:17+0100energiaoltre (it)

Secondo il servizio per il Cambiamento Climatico di Copernicus, lo scorso anno si è confermato come l’anno solare più caldo mai registrato nei dati di temperatura globale registrati a partire dal 1850 Le temperature globali hanno raggiunto livelli eccezionalmente elevati nel 2023.

2023 was hottest-ever year, temperatures exceeded those in 'last 100,000 years': EU body

2024-01-09T15:04+0100wionews (en)

With this, it has been observed that Earth's surface almost crossed 1.5 degree Celsius level above those in pre-industrial times. The 1.5C level is an internationally agreed critical level within which, it is essential to contain Global Warming. Watch | Climate change: Impact on South Asia in 2023.

2023 hottest year on record- EU climate monitor

2024-01-09T15:00+0100punchng (en)

The year 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth’s surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius. The EU climate monitors said this on Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 was world's hottest year on record: EU

2024-01-09T14:59+0100deccanherald (en)

Brussels: Last year was the planet's hottest on record by a substantial margin and likely the world's warmest in the last 100,000 years, the European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) said on Tuesday. Scientists had widely expected the milestone, after climate records were repeatedly broken.

Environment 2023 was the Earth's hottest year on record

2024-01-09T14:59+0100LeMonde-en (en)

View of a fire in Cerrado (savanna) in Barreiras, western of the Bahia state, Brazil, taken on October 1, 2023. NELSON ALMEIDA / AFP. The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5° Celsius, EU climate monitors said on Tuesday, January 9.

Climate change: 2023 confirmed as hottest year ever recorded — Will 2024 be even hotter?

2024-01-09T14:56+0100geo-tv (en)

Manuel Flores walks on a dry area that shows the drop in the level of Lake Titicaca, Latin America's largest freshwater basin, as it is edging towards record low levels, on Cojata Island, Bolivia October 26, 2023. —Reuters The year 2023 has officially secured its place as the hottest on record, surpassing previous temperatures by approximately 1.

Warming world nears critical 1.5C limit in 2023: EU climate monitors

2024-01-09T14:51+0100urdupoint (en)

The year of 2023 was the hottest on record with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degree celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. PARIS, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 9th Jan, 2024) The year of 2023 was the hottest on record with the....

2023 was world's hottest year on record

2024-01-09T14:37+0100bdnews24 (en)

Last year was the planet's hottest on record by a substantial margin and likely the world's warmest in the last 100,000 years, the European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) said on Tuesday. Scientists had widely expected the milestone, after climate records were repeatedly broken.

Il 2023 è stato l'anno più caldo mai registrato

2024-01-09T14:34+0100agi (it)

AGI - Le temperature globali hanno raggiunto livelli eccezionalmente elevati nel 2023 . Il servizio Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S), implementato dal Centro europeo per le previsioni meteorologiche a medio termine per conto della Commissione europea con i finanziamenti dell'Ue, ha monitorato....

2023 was world's hottest year on record, scientists confirm

2024-01-09T14:29+0100thefinancialexpress (en)

Last year was the planet's hottest on record by a substantial margin and likely the world's warmest in the last 100,000 years, the European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) said on Tuesday. Scientists had widely expected the milestone, after climate records were repeatedly broken.

2023 anno più caldo mai registrato, confermano scienziati Ue

2024-01-09T14:21+0100marketscreener (it)

BRUXELLES (Reuters) - Il 2023 è stato l'anno più caldo mai registrato sul pianeta e probabilmente il più caldo negli ultimi 100.000 anni. Gli scienziati avevano ampiamente previsto questo dato, dopo che i record climatici sono stati ripetutamente infranti.

Il 2023 è stato l'anno più caldo mai registrato

2024-01-09T14:19+0100247libero (it)

AGI - Le temperature globali hanno raggiunto livelli eccezionalmente elevati nel 2023 . Il servizio Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S), implementato dal Centro europeo per le previsioni meteorologiche a medio termine per conto della Commissione europea con i finanziamenti dell'Ue, ha monitorato....

2023 recorded hottest year ever as Earth nears critical 1.5C limit

2024-01-09T14:11+0100business-standard (en)

Last year was the planet's hottest on record by a substantial margin and likely the world's warmest in the last 100,000 years, the European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) said on Tuesday. Scientists had widely expected the milestone, after climate records were repeatedly broken.

Warming world nears critical 1.5C limit in 2023: monitor

2024-01-09T14:06+0100thepeninsulaqatar (en)

Paris: The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Clima. Anche Copernicus conferma: è stato l'anno più caldo in quasi due secoli

2024-01-09T14:06+0100247libero (it)

Il dato era scontato ormai da tempo. Ora la conferma è ufficiale: il 2023 si conferma l'anno più caldo mai registrato a partire dal 1850, con l'aumento della temperatura media globale vicina al limite di 1,5 gradi centigradi (1,48 rispetto al livello preindustriale 1850-1900), che potrebbe essere....

Clima Anche Copernicus conferma: è stato l'anno più caldo in quasi due secoli

2024-01-09T14:01+0100avvenire (it)

Il dato era scontato ormai da tempo. Ora la conferma è ufficiale: il 2023 si conferma l'anno più caldo mai registrato a partire dal 1850, con l'aumento della temperatura media globale vicina al limite di 1,5 gradi centigradi (1,48 rispetto al livello preindustriale 1850-1900), che potrebbe essere....

2023 Was Hottest Year On Record, Warming World Nears Critical 1.5 Degrees Celsius limit: Monitor

2024-01-09T13:57+0100news18 (en)

Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.48 C above the preindustrial benchmark, the Copernicus Climate Change Service reported Follow us: The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth’s surface....

2023 was hottest year on record; critical 1.5C limit nearly breached: EU climate monitors

2024-01-09T13:54+0100vervetimes (en)

The climate monitors from the EU reported that 2023 was the hottest year on record, with the Earth’s surface temperature nearly reaching the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius. Climate change led to an increase in heatwaves, droughts, and wildfires across the globe, resulting in the global thermometer rising 1.

2023 was world's hottest year on record, EU scientists confirm

2024-01-09T13:51+0100chinadailyhk (en)

A firefighter reacts as they attempt to extinguish a wildfire in Ogan Ilir, South Sumatra, Indonesia on Sep 14, 2023. (PHOTO / AFP) BRUSSELS - Last year was the planet's hottest on record by a substantial margin and likely the world's warmest in the last 100,000 years, the European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) said on Tuesday.

2023 was world's hottest year on record, EU scientists confirm

2024-01-09T13:47+0100channelnewsasia (en)

BRUSSELS: Last year was the planet's hottest on record by a substantial margin and likely the world's warmest in the last 100,000 years, the European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) said on Tuesday (Jan 9). Scientists had widely expected the milestone, after climate records were repeatedly broken.

Warming world nears critical 1.5C limit in 2023: monitor

2024-01-09T13:45+0100bssnews (en)

PARIS, Jan 9, 2024 (BSS/AFP) - The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

Il 2023 oltre ogni limite. La temperatura è salita di un grado e mezzo

2024-01-09T13:42+0100huffingtonpost-Italia (it)

Il 2023 è l’anno più caldo mai registrato, con una temperatura globale vicina al limite di 1,5 gradi. Copernicus ha pubblicato il sunto dei dodici mesi che ci siamo messi alle spalle, segnati da eventi estremi e da El Niño, e conferma che il 2023 è stato un anno bollente.

2023 was world's hottest year on record: EU scientists

2024-01-09T13:38+0100thedailystarBD (en)

Last year was the planet's hottest on record by a substantial margin and likely the world's warmest in the last 100,000 years, the European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) said today. C3S confirmed 2023 as the hottest year in global temperature records going back to 1850.

2023 was world’s hottest year on record, EU scientists confirm

2024-01-09T13:38+0100irishtimes (en)

Last year was the planet’s hottest on record by a substantial margin and likely the world’s warmest in the last 100,000 years, the (C3S) said on Tuesday. Scientists had widely expected the milestone, after climate records were repeatedly broken. Since June, every month has been the world’s hottest....

2023 hottest year on record as Earth nears critical 1.5C limit: monitor

2024-01-09T13:34+0100gmanews (en)

PARIS, France - The year of 2023 was the hottest on record, with the increase in Earth's surface temperature nearly crossing the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius, EU climate monitors said Tuesday. Climate change intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.

2023 was world's hottest year on record, EU scientists confirm

2024-01-09T13:34+0100thehindu (en)

Brussels. Last year was the planet's hottest on record by a substantial margin and likely the world's warmest in the last 1,00,000 years, the European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) said on January 9. Scientists had widely expected the milestone after climate records were repeatedly broken.

2023 was world's hottest year on record, EU scientists confirm

2024-01-09T13:32+0100barrie (en)

In this file photo, people sunbathe on Biarritz' beach, southwestern France, Oct. 7, 2023. October was the fifth straight month that Earth set a record for the hottest month in recorded history. (AP Photo Bob Edme, File) BRUSSELS, Jan 9 - Last year was the planet's hottest on record by a....

2023 was the hottest year: we are just a breath away from the 1.5°C threshold – ruetir

2024-01-09T13:30+0100ruetir (en)

Among the most significant and alarming data is the fact that, for the first time in history, every day of the year exceeded pre-industrial levels by at least 1°C, with almost 50% of days exceeding pre-industrial levels by more than 1.5 °C these values.

2024-01-09T17:56:37+05:30 - World 2023 was world's hottest year on record, EU scientists confirm

2024-01-09T13:30+0100Hindu (en)

Brussels. Last year was the planet's hottest on record by a substantial margin and likely the world's warmest in the last 1,00,000 years, the European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) said on January 9. Scientists had widely expected the milestone after climate records were repeatedly broken.

2023 was world's hottest year on record, EU scientists confirm

2024-01-09T13:29+0100ctvnews (en)

In this file photo, people sunbathe on Biarritz' beach, southwestern France, Oct. 7, 2023. October was the fifth straight month that Earth set a record for the hottest month in recorded history. (AP Photo Bob Edme, File) BRUSSELS, Jan 9 - Last year was the planet's hottest on record by a....

Warming world nears critical 1.5C limit in 2023: EU climate monitors

2024-01-09T13:26+0100economictimes (en)

intensified heatwaves, droughts and wildfires across the planet, and pushed the global thermometer 1.48 C above the preindustrial benchmark, the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) reported. "It is also the first year with all days over one degree warmer than the pre-industrial period," said....

2023 was a year of extreme weather. Expect more in 2024.

2024-01-09T13:18+0100livemint (en)

The findings were reported Tuesday by the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service in the first analysis to declare—after months of speculation—that 2023 was the hottest year since record-keeping began in the mid-1800s. 2023’s global average temperature, the study found, was 14.98 degrees Celsius, or 58.

Il 2023 brucia i record del caldo: tutti i numeri che segnano l’emergenza del clima

2024-01-09T13:10+0100quotidiano (it)

Roma, 9 gennaio 2024 – Tutto confermato. Secondo il Servizio per i Cambiamenti Climatici (C3S) di Copernicus , il programma di osservazione della Terra dell'Unione Europea, le temperature globali senza precedenti da giugno in poi hanno portato il 2023 a diventare l'anno più caldo mai registrato,....

Global 2023 was world's hottest year on record, EU scientists confirm

2024-01-09T13:06+0100devdiscourse (en)

2023 was world's hottest year on record, EU scientists confirm For the first time, two days - both of them in November - were 2C warmer than in the pre-industrial period, C3S said. Last year was 0.17C hotter than 2016, the previous hottest year - smashing the record by a "remarkable" margin, Buontempo said.

2023 was world's hottest year on record, EU scientists confirm

2024-01-09T13:05+01004-traders (en)

* Climate change, El Nino fuel record temperatures in 2023. * Last year broke previous record by large margin. * Surging temperatures exacerbate heatwaves, floods, wildfires. BRUSSELS, Jan 9 (Reuters) - Last year was the planet's hottest on record by a substantial margin and likely the world's....

2023 is officially the hottest year on record, beating 2016 record: Copernicus report

2024-01-09T13:03+0100ABCnews (en)

service. 2023 has been confirmed as the hottest year on record surpassing 2016, the previous hottest year, by a large margin, according to a new climate report released by Copernicus on Tuesday. The data for this record goes back to 1850. The global average temperature for 2023 was 14.98 degrees Celsius (58.

Catastrofi naturali, nel 2023 perdite per 250 miliardi di dollari e oltre 74mila vittime

2024-01-09T12:08+0100247libero (it)

(Teleborsa) - A livello mondiale, le catastrofi naturali nel 2023 hanno provocato perdite per circa 250 miliardi di dollari (una cifra in linea con l'anno precedente), con perdite assicurate per 95 miliardi di dollari (125 miliardi di dollari nel 2022).

Catastrofi naturali, nel 2023 perdite per 250 miliardi di dollari e oltre 74mila vittime

2024-01-09T12:05+0100teleborsa (it)

(Teleborsa) - A livello mondiale, le catastrofi naturali nel 2023 hanno provocato perdite per circa 250 miliardi di dollari (una cifra in linea con l'anno precedente), con perdite assicurate per 95 miliardi di dollari (125 miliardi di dollari nel 2022).

Catastrofi naturali, nel 2023 perdite per 250 miliardi di dollari e oltre 74mila vittime

2024-01-09T12:04+0100repubblica (it)

(Teleborsa) - A livello mondiale, le catastrofi naturali nel 2023 hanno provocato perdite per circa 250 miliardi di dollari (una cifra in linea con l'anno precedente), con perdite assicurate per 95 miliardi di dollari (125 miliardi di dollari nel 2022).

Long-awaited Sask. snowfall celebrated by ski hill, but may do little to help farmers' crops

2024-01-09T01:04+0100CBC (en)

Those in both agriculture and recreation in Saskatchewan have been wishing for snow for the past few months. Now that snow has finally come to much of the province, some are breathing a sigh of relief, but for others, it may be a little too late. Mission Ridge Winter Park — located about 75....

Dopo quasi trent’anni Livio Quaranta lascia la gestione del Livio Bianco: “Ora tocca ai giovani”

2024-01-08T18:40+0100cuneodice (it)

Il tempo passa, i territori cambiano e Livio Bertaina in ventisette anni quei cambiamenti li ha vissuti tutti da un posto privilegiato, immerso tra le Alpi Marittime. Ha iniziato a gestire il rifugio Dante Livio Bianco, a 1.910 metri s.l.m. ai piedi del versante settentrionale del monte Matto, nel 1996 e quella del 2024 sarà la sua ultima stagione.

The hottest year ever recorded in the world

2024-01-07T22:57+0100california18 (en)

The data show that 1.40ºC warmer than the average for the pre-industrial era (1850-1900), and although doubts persist about whether it is a natural phenomenon or the excessive use of fossil fuels, the truth is that, summer, especially , it’s hotter than before.

Alberta warned of ‘agricultural disaster’ due to warm weather As Alberta continues to deal with extreme drought, the province is being advised to prepare for an “agricultural disaster.” 39m ago

2024-01-06T21:42+0100citynews-ca (en)

Posted January 6, 2024 1:01 pm. Last Updated January 6, 2024 1:02 pm. As Alberta continues to deal with extreme drought, the province is being advised to prepare for an “agricultural disaster,” as the spring forecast is not expected to provide much relief for the record-breaking conditions.

Alberta warned of 'agricultural disaster' due to warm weather

2024-01-06T21:28+0100citynews-ca (en)

Alberta Minister of Environment and Protected Areas, says a command drought team has been put together to have constant interaction with municipalities, irrigators and other water users. Silvia Naranjo reports. As Alberta continues to deal with extreme drought, the province is being advised to....

05.01.2024 USA - 2023 was the second hottest year on record for Atlanta Atlanta had its second warmest year on record in 2023, according to Georgia’sstate climatology office.The average temperature, which takes into account all the highs and lows, was 65.9 degrees.

2024-01-05T19:42+0100agroinsurance-en (en)

Atlanta had its second warmest year on record in 2023, according to Georgia’s state climatology office. The average temperature, which takes into account all the highs and lows, was 65.9 degrees. The only hotter average annual temperature was in 2019, when it was 66.2 degrees.

05.01.2024 USA - 2023 was the second hottest year on record for Atlanta Atlanta had its second warmest year on record in 2023, according to Georgia’sstate climatology office.The average temperature, which takes into account all the highs and lows, was 65.9 degrees.

2024-01-05T18:57+0100agroinsurance (en)

Atlanta had its second warmest year on record in 2023, according to Georgia’s state climatology office. The average temperature, which takes into account all the highs and lows, was 65.9 degrees. The only hotter average annual temperature was in 2019, when it was 66.2 degrees.

Alberta facing water restrictions, ‘agricultural disaster’ if drought conditions persist

2024-01-05T00:45+0100globalnews (en)

At the start of a new year when, traditionally, the land is nestled in under a blanket of snow, a mostly barren southern Alberta is facing the prospect of another terrible drought. John Pomeroy, University of Saskatchewan professor and Canada Research Chair in Water Resources and Climate Change,....

Tutti i record di caldo che abbiamo raggiunto nel 2023

2024-01-04T11:33+0100ohga (it)

“L’anno dei record” , così è stato definito il 2023 dalla comunità scientifica globale, ma non c’è da brindare. Il tema di fine anno (o quello di inizio, ça va sans dire) è il caldo. Le temperature medie globali infatti sono state le più alte dell’ultimo decennio, di questo ne abbiamo avuto....

Canada experiencing dry weather resulting in drought conditions

2024-01-03T12:35+0100vervetimes (en)

Rising temperatures and intense drought conditions impacted Canadians in 2023, from water rationing to the country’s worst wildfire season on record. : Canada is “abnormally dry.” According to the map created December 8, more than 72 per cent of the country was experiencing moderate to exceptional drought conditions as of Nov.

More than 70 per cent of Canada is 'abnormally dry.' Here's why

2024-01-03T12:14+0100ctvnews (en)

According to the map created December 8, more than 72 per cent of the country was experiencing moderate to exceptional drought conditions as of Nov. 30. This includes 81 per cent of the country's agricultural landscape used to feed millions of people and animals.

It’s not just democracy at stake in 2024. It’s the future of the planet.

2024-01-03T01:00+0100msnbc (en)

fast enough to avert catastrophic climate change . If a Republican such as Donald Trump wins the presidency, the loss of American leadership on climate change in the crucial second half of this decade would ensure that the world blows past the threshold of calamity.

Wageningen World More room for fire

2024-01-02T09:45+0100wageningenur (en)

Disaster strikes more and more often. The eucalyptus forests of Australia, the Canadian taiga, the heathland in Brabant. Even the Siberian tundra is burning, bleaching and smouldering. All this is putting more and more CO2 into the air worsening the greenhouse effect and giving us even hotter and drier summers, causing even more fires.

Perché a causa del Niño e del cambiamento climatico il 2024 potrebbe essere l’anno più caldo di sempre

2023-12-30T06:58+0100fanpage (it)

Il 2023 è stato l' anno più caldo della storia , o almeno il più caldo almeno da quando sono iniziate le misurazioni della temperatura media globale, nel 1881. Ma come sarà il 2024? Per effetto del Niño, fenomeno climatico periodico che provoca un forte riscaldamento delle acque superficiali....

TrasportiMar Rosso, nodo nevralgico del commercio mondiale

2023-12-28T06:09+0100cdt (it)

Si susseguono gli attacchi a mercantili, petroliere, portacontainer, cargo, perfino navi militari, nel Mar Rosso meridionale, in prossimità dello Stretto di Bab el-Mandeb, da parte dei miliziani filoiraniani Houthi, basati nello Yemen occidentale, con l’uso di droni, missili, razzi, e gruppi di commando elitrasportati.

AI and climate

2023-12-28T04:05+0100dawn (en)

The writer is a research assistant at the Centre for International Strategic Studies Sindh. ARTIFICIAL intelligence has the potential to revolutionise our response to the concerns of climate change and climatic disasters. The convergence of AI and climate action holds promise not only for enhancing....

After years of drought and wells running dry, this Nova Scotia community is looking to the sea | Breaking:

2023-12-27T14:27+0100whatsnew2day (en)

And as the effects of climate change intensify, Barrington Township is looking to the sea as it faces threats to its water supply. The municipality is partnering with a Quebec-based company called Oneka Technologies to test a sustainable approach to desalination, which could potentially see some of....

Wildfires: a devastating 2023

2023-12-27T10:56+0100tellerreport (en)

Europe 1 with AFP / Photo credit: JESSE LARRIVIERE / SOCIETE DE PROTECTION DES FORÊTS / AFP 10:41 a.m., December 27, 2023 While 2023 will be the hottest year on record, according to the European Climate Monitoring Service, wildfires have destroyed nearly 400 million hectares, killed more than 250 people and released 6.

Grano, boom di import dalla Russia nonostante le sanzioni

2023-12-23T17:51+0100ilsalvagente (it)

Secondo le stime dell’osservatorio Clal il principale paese d’origine del frumento duro importato resta il Canada , la cui fornitura è aumentata del 382%. Dalla Russia nei primi 9 mesi del 2023 aumentati gli arrivi di 300mila tonnellate. E sulla pasta i prezzi continuano ad aumentare.

Il Messico lancia una ferrovia passeggeri e merci da costa a costa

2023-12-22T17:20+0100marketscreener (it)

Venerdì il Messico ha avviato le operazioni di una linea ferroviaria che attraversa il punto più stretto del Paese dalla costa del Golfo all'Oceano Pacifico, dando il via ad un progetto di punta del governo mentre l'amministrazione entra nei suoi ultimi mesi di mandato.

Detailed NASA analysis finds Earth and Amazon in deep climate trouble

2023-12-21T23:16+0100mongabay (en)

A NASA study analyzed the future action of six climate variables in all the world’s regions — air temperature, precipitation, relative humidity, short- and long wave solar radiation and wind speed — if Earth’s average temperature reaches 2° Celsius (3.

‘Evitare’ il Canale di Suez nel commercio mondiale costa diversi miliardi di dollari/die

2023-12-21T19:20+0100ilnautilus (it)

(Attacco Houthi alla Galaxy Leader; foto by Houthi Media Center) – Prof Hercules Haralambides – Evitare il transito del canale di Suez desta preoccupazione nei Paesi del Mediterraneo per i costi sul commercio mondiale. In particolare la Camera di Commercio ellenica ha valutato la perdita economica in diversi miliardi di dollari al giorno.

Surge in extreme forest fires fuels global emissions

2023-12-21T03:25+0100nature-Earth-and-Environmental-Sciences (en)

A fire in Canada in 2023. The country experienced its worst wildfires on record, contributing to record carbon dioxide emissions. Credit: Chine Nouvelle/SIPA/Shutterstock. Global forest fires emitted 33.9 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) between 2001 and 2022, according to a report by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).

Surge in extreme forest fires fuels global emissions

2023-12-21T01:28+0100nature-current (en)

A fire in Canada in 2023. The country experienced its worst wildfires on record, contributing to record carbon dioxide emissions. Credit: Chine Nouvelle/SIPA/Shutterstock. Global forest fires emitted 33.9 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) between 2001 and 2022, according to a report by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).

Surge in extreme forest fires fuels global emissions NEWS | 20 DEC 2023

2023-12-21T01:07+0100nature (en)

A fire in Canada in 2023. The country experienced its worst wildfires on record, contributing to record carbon dioxide emissions. Credit: Chine Nouvelle/SIPA/Shutterstock. Global forest fires emitted 33.9 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) between 2001 and 2022, according to a report by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).

Record-setting wild weather: Canada's top 10 weather stories of 2023

2023-12-20T19:05+0100lelezard (en)

Fordham University has been awarded a $50 million grant focused on environmental justice, issued through a competitive grant process by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Fordham will serve as a grantmaker to community-based groups in... Following the publication of a....

Snow sports are becoming increasingly hazardous

2023-12-20T18:48+0100vervetimes (en)

On their worst days, many people first encounter Dale Atkins—ice climbers stranded and injured, skiers swallowed by an avalanche. A s killed mountaineer, climatologist, and former weather and avalanche forecaster, Atkins is among the experts on Colorado’s Alpine Rescue Team that local sheriffs call for help.

La crisi nel Mar Rosso è la prova che l’impero americano resta indispensabile

2023-12-19T18:45+0100corriere (it)

La compagnia petrolifera Bp è stata l’ultima di una serie di società che hanno sospeso, almeno temporaneamente, la navigazione lungo questa rotta. I big dei cargo porta-container come Maersk, Msc, Hapag-Lloyd, hanno ridotto il numero di navi e ne hanno dirottato una parte su rotte più lunghe e costose come la circumnavigazione dell’Africa.

Produzione arance italiane vista in crescita, in calo mandarini e limoni. Sale import Ue

2023-12-19T15:08+0100geagency (it)

La combinazione tra siccità, limitazioni dell’irrigazione dell’acqua e temperature elevate durante le fasi di fioritura e allegagione hanno limitato il potenziale di produzione di agrumi dell’Unione Europea per la stagione 2023/24, che si prevede rimarrà a livelli simili a quelli del raccolto anch’esso debole del 2022/23.

Canada to pilot options for national emergency response agency in 2024: Sajjan

2023-12-18T18:05+0100montrealgazette (en)

But it’s not yet clear exactly what that will look like, he said. “Yes, I believe that we will have something that’s going to be at the federal level of a response force,” Sajjan said. “I can’t give you the answer just yet because it’s important for us to really work at the ground level to get a better understanding what those needs are.

The Key Message From Dubai: Is It The Beginning Of The End Of The Fossil Fuel Era Or Contrivance Just A Ruse

2023-12-17T10:33+0100timesnownews (en)

Two, a November12, 2021 report published in The New York Times, stated that the rich countries, including United States, Canada , Japan and much of western Europe, accounted for 12 percent of the global population but were responsible for 50 percent of all the planet-warming greenhouse gases released....

Canada Examines Options for National Emergency Response Agency: Says Sajjan – National

2023-12-16T13:34+0100vervetimes (en)

In a recent interview, Emergency Preparedness Minister Harjit Sajjan discussed the need for a new national emergency response agency that would consist of regional response teams that Ottawa can call upon in the event of a disaster. According to him, these teams have been identified as necessary....

Canada’s national emergency response program could see changes in 2024

2023-12-15T17:38+0100crestonvalleyadvance (en)

The federal government needs a national emergency response agency but hasn’t yet decided exactly what it will look like, Emergency Preparedness Minister Harjit Sajjan said. Small spot fires continued to flare up alongside Northwest Territories highways leading into Hay River, Fort Smith and Yellowknife, Friday, Sept.

Canada to pilot options for national emergency response agency in 2024: Sajjan A new national emergency response agency may consist of regional response teams that Ottawa can call into action when disaster strikes, Emergency Preparedness Minister Harjit Sajjan said in a recent interview. It… 6h ago

2023-12-15T16:30+0100citynews-ca (en)

A new national emergency response agency may consist of regional response teams that Ottawa can call into action when disaster strikes, Emergency Preparedness Minister Harjit Sajjan said in a recent interview. It is clear some kind of federal co-ordination agency is required, Sajjan said, speaking....

The climate emergencies of 2023

2023-12-15T15:03+0100greenpeace (en)

Coastal areas in Brazil experienced a heavy downpour that killed 36 people. A record 600 mm of rain fell in 24 hours. Greenpeace activists help delivering donations, removing debris and rubble and cleaning houses and streets after the severe rains that hit the North Coast of the São Paulo state.

Canada considering options for national emergency response agency: Sajjan – National | Globalnews.ca

2023-12-15T13:43+0100whatsnew2day (en)

A new national emergency response agency could consist of regional response teams that Ottawa can call into action when a disaster strikes, Emergency Preparedness Minister Harjit Sajjan said in a recent interview. It’s clear some kind of federal coordinating agency is needed, said Sajjan, speaking....

Canada considering options for national emergency response agency: Sajjan

2023-12-15T13:40+0100globalnews (en)

A new national emergency response agency may consist of regional response teams that Ottawa can call into action when disaster strikes, Emergency Preparedness Minister Harjit Sajjan said in a recent interview. It is clear some kind of federal co-ordination agency is required, Sajjan said, speaking....

Canada to pilot options for national emergency response agency in 2024, Sajjan says

2023-12-15T13:10+0100theglobeandmail (en)

A new national emergency response agency may consist of regional response teams that Ottawa can call into action when disaster strikes, Emergency Preparedness Minister Harjit Sajjan said in a recent interview. It is clear some kind of federal co-ordination agency is required, Sajjan said, speaking....

Canada to pilot options for national emergency response agency in 2024: Sajjan

2023-12-15T12:25+0100citynews-ca (en)

OTTAWA — A new national emergency response agency may consist of regional response teams that Ottawa can call into action when disaster strikes, Emergency Preparedness Minister Harjit Sajjan said in a recent interview. It is clear some kind of federal co-ordination agency is required, Sajjan said,....

Canada to pilot options for national emergency response agency in 2024: Sajjan

2023-12-15T12:19+0100cp24 (en)

A new national emergency response agency may consist of regional response teams that Ottawa can call into action when disaster strikes, Emergency Preparedness Minister Harjit Sajjan said in a recent interview. It is clear some kind of federal co-ordination agency is required, Sajjan said, speaking....

Canada to pilot options for national emergency response agency in 2024: Sajjan 12/15/2023 1:00:00 AM

2023-12-15T10:31+0100timescolonist (en)

OTTAWA — A new national emergency response agency may consist of regional response teams that Ottawa can call into action when disaster strikes, Emergency Preparedness Minister Harjit Sajjan said in a recent interview. It is clear some kind of federal co-ordination agency is required, Sajjan said,....

Canada to pilot options for national emergency response agency in 2024: Sajjan

2023-12-15T10:30+0100princegeorgecitizen (en)

OTTAWA — A new national emergency response agency may consist of regional response teams that Ottawa can call into action when disaster strikes, Emergency Preparedness Minister Harjit Sajjan said in a recent interview. It is clear some kind of federal co-ordination agency is required, Sajjan said,....

Canada to pilot options for national emergency response agency in 2024: Sajjan 0 12/15/2023 1:00:00 AM

2023-12-15T10:26+0100tricitynews (en)

OTTAWA — A new national emergency response agency may consist of regional response teams that Ottawa can call into action when disaster strikes, Emergency Preparedness Minister Harjit Sajjan said in a recent interview. It is clear some kind of federal co-ordination agency is required, Sajjan said,....

Nitrogen, Vol. 4, Pages 382-396: Effects of Drought Stress on Red Clover-Grass Mixed Stands Compared to Grass Monoculture Stands in Nitrogen-Deficient Systems

2023-12-15T09:51+0100mdpi (en)

Drought stress is one of the major abiotic stress factors affecting forage production; thus, it is essential to obtain a better understanding of how forage responds to drought. The main objective of this study was to evaluate how legume-grass mixed forage stands respond to drought stress when compared to grass monoculture.

University of Calgary named world’s first United Nations University hub for water The University of Calgary has become the world’s first United Nations University hub focused on water. 6m ago

2023-12-14T18:12+0100citynews-ca (en)

The University of Calgary has become the world’s first United Nations University hub focused on water. The hub is a partnership between the Calgary school and the United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health, which is a think tank based in Hamilton.

Rainwater Harvesting Market Size to Surpass US$ 2,275 Million by 2032, exhibiting a CAGR of 4.3%

2023-12-14T07:29+0100einnews (en)

The increasing emphasis on eco-friendly practices, favorable government regulations and incentives encouraging water conservation. BROOKLYN, NY, UNITED STATES, December 13, 2023 / EINPresswire.com / -- The latest report published by IMARC Group, titled “Rainwater Harvesting Market: Global Industry....

Rainwater Harvesting Market Size To Surpass US$ 2,275 Million By 2032, Exhibiting A CAGR Of 4.3%

2023-12-14T07:25+0100menafn (en)

- EIN Presswire) Rainwater Harvesting Market. The increasing emphasis on eco-friendly practices, favorable government regulations and incentives encouraging water conservation. BROOKLYN, NY, UNITED STATES, December 13, 2023 /EINPresswire / -- The latest report published by IMARC Group,....

University of Calgary named world’s first United Nations University hub for water

2023-12-14T04:54+0100nationalpost (en)

United Nations University, the academic arm of the United Nations, “has chosen the University of Calgary as the home of the world’s first UNU hub,” Ed McCauley, president of the University of Calgary, told those gathered Wednesday for a signing ceremony on campus.

University of Calgary named world’s first United Nations University hub for water 'We have a shared mission and that is to use science to bring change to the world'

2023-12-14T01:38+0100calgaryherald (en)

Calgary’s location, she said, is also important because it has experienced both floods and droughts. “We’re not seeing as much snowmelt that we normally see, we’re seeing floods that impact certain areas and then long-standing droughts and water restrictions,” she said.

fdecomite CC BY 2.0 DEED Attribution 2.0 Generic

2023-12-13T20:51+0100resoilfoundation (it)

L’aggiunta di calcio nel suolo favorisce il sequestro e l’aumento della materia organica. Da uno studio canadese nuove conoscenze per mantenere e migliorare la qualità dei terreni mitigando il cambiamento climatico. di Matteo Cavallito. L’aggiunta di calcio al suolo contribuisce all’incremento della materia organica e del sequestro di carbonio .

Incendi, quasi un quarto delle emissioni globali del 2023 causato dai roghi in Canada

2023-12-13T15:11+0100iconaclima (it)

Quasi un quarto delle emissioni di carbonio globali da incendi nel 2023 sono state causate dai devastanti incendi boschivi che hanno colpito il Canada nel corso degli ultimi mesi. A darne notizia è il Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS), che ha monitorato le emissioni di gas serra....

2023, un anno di intensa attività degli incendi nel mondo: devastanti i casi di Canada e Grecia | DATI

2023-12-12T19:14+0100meteoweb (it)

Emissioni di carbonio stimate totali annuali da incendi dal 2003 al 2023 (fino al 10 dicembre 2023). Fonte: CAMS Nord America. Nel 2023, il Canada ha registrato un livello estremamente elevato di incendi boschivi. A partire dall’inizio di maggio, quando si sono sviluppati numerosi grandi incendi in....

Gli incendi in Canada hanno generato emissioni da record

2023-12-12T16:41+0100canaleenergia (it)

Luglio e agosto sono stati mesi difficili anche per la regione mediterranea dell’Europa e, in particolare, per la Grecia e la Spagna. Emissioni globali totali annue di carbonio stimate derivanti da incendi boschivi dal 2003 al 2023. Fonte: CAMS/GFASv1.2.

Nel 2023 il Canada ha prodotto il 23% delle emissioni globali di carbonio da incendi boschivi

2023-12-12T15:24+0100greenreport (it)

Diversi mega-incendi boschivi avvenuti nel 2023, come quelli in Canada , in Grecia e in altre regioni del mondo, hanno avuto un impatto sull’atmosfera, sulla qualità dell’aria e sulle comunità che si trovavano nelle loro vicinanze. Il Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) ha monitorato le....

Mapped: Global Temperature Rise by Country (2022-2100P)

2023-12-11T05:53+0100visualcapitalist (en)

. Subscribe to the free mailing list to be the first to see graphics related to decarbonization with a focus on the U.S. energy sector. Many scientific authorities, such as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), often discuss the need to limit planetary warming to 2°C above pre-industrial levels.

Keenan: Men worry less about climate change but should probably worry more For the first time, the physical and mental effects of climate change are getting serious attention at the gigantic COP28 conference. Dec. 3 was designated Health Day and featured a US$777 million commitment to help eradicate tropical diseases that are expected to worsen.

2023-12-09T18:36+0100thewhig (en)

A Health Canada webpage brings up some subtle male risks of climate change, such as “Floods and droughts may introduce chemical contaminants that have harmful health effects into Canada’s food systems.” Males have plenty to worry about in terms of chemicals that can affect our fertility, according....

Keenan: Men worry less about climate change but should probably worry more For the first time, the physical and mental effects of climate change are getting serious attention at the gigantic COP28 conference. Dec. 3 was designated Health Day and featured a US$777 million commitment to help eradicate tropical diseases that are expected to worsen.

2023-12-09T18:15+0100calgaryherald (en)

AnotherLancet article, published in 2015, observes that “in developed countries, males comprise approximately 70% of flood disaster fatalities (across studies in which sex was reported.)” The article notes that the converse is true in developing countries, where women have less access to public services and are less likely to learn how to swim.

Keenan: Men worry less about climate change but should probably worry more For the first time, the physical and mental effects of climate change are getting serious attention at the gigantic COP28 conference. Dec. 3 was designated Health Day and featured a US$777 million commitment to help eradicate tropical diseases that are expected to worsen.

2023-12-09T17:42+0100chathamdailynews (en)

A Health Canada webpage brings up some subtle male risks of climate change, such as “Floods and droughts may introduce chemical contaminants that have harmful health effects into Canada’s food systems.” Males have plenty to worry about in terms of chemicals that can affect our fertility, according....

Greening Practically: Post-COP28 impressions from Ethiopia Citizen-centered, practical climate actions like Green Legacy Initiative yield powerful outcomes by nurturing nature’s bounty. Guest Blogs 18 min ago

2023-12-09T14:44+0100nation-ke (en)

But beyond the high expectations of overtopping and the eventual cascade of a white avalanche of water, another glorious site to behold was the forested mountainous islands of the GERD that have formed. The valleys and peaks of each mountain covered in deep velvet green and studded with a tapestry....

Climate Change, El Nino Drive Hottest June On Record

2023-12-08T22:28+0100menafn (en)

- Jordan Times) PARIS - The world saw its hottest June on record last month, the EU's climate monitoring service said on Thursday, as climate change and the El Nino weather pattern looked likely to drive another scorching northern summer. The announcement from the EU monitor Copernicus marked the....

Canada Capacity Utilization Rate Nudges Up in 3Q to 79.7%

2023-12-08T16:04+0100marketwatch (en)

Overall, the country's industrial capacity utilization rate was 79.7% in the July-to-September period, an increase of 0.1 percentage point from the previous quarter, though down 0.6 point from a year earlier, Statistics Canada said Friday. The consensus forecast wasn't immediately available.

Canada Capacity Utilization Rate Nudges Up in 3Q to 79.7%

2023-12-08T15:03+01004-traders (en)

By Robb M. Stewart OTTAWA--The intensity at which industries in Canada used their production capacity edged higher during the third quarter of the year, thanks to modest gains by manufacturing and a recovery in natural gas output. Overall, the country's industrial capacity utilization rate was 79.

2023 Will Officially Be the Hottest Year on Record, Scientists Say

2023-12-07T18:44+0100smithsonianmag (en)

A wildfire in British Columbia, Canada , this summer. Global warming increases the likelihood of extreme events like wildfires. BC Wildfire Service / Anadolu Agency via Getty Images 2023 will end up being the warmest year in recorded history, according to the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S).

letters ‘Raises serious questions about democracy.’ Judge limits Conservatives in foreign interference inquiry, plus other letters to the editor for Dec. 7

2023-12-07T10:07+0100theglobeandmail (en)

Democracy now. Re “Conservatives decry judge’s decision to limit their standing in foreign interference probe’s first phase” (Dec. 6): The decision by the commissioner not to allow full standing to the Conservative Party at the inquiry raises serious questions about democracy.

Hottest October on record as 2023 on track to be warmest year in history

2023-12-06T17:13+0100ednh (en)

Paris - Last month was the hottest October on record globally, according to Europe's climate monitor who warned that months of exceptional heat are likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure....

Atmosphere, Vol. 14, Pages 1794: A Review of User Perceptions of Drought Indices and Indicators Used in the Diverse Climates of North America

2023-12-06T15:39+0100mdpi (en)

Drought monitoring and early detection have improved greatly in recent decades through the development and refinement of numerous indices and indicators. However, a lack of guidance, based on user experience, exists as to which drought-monitoring tools are most appropriate in a given location.

Alla scoperta degli ecosistemi dell’Honduras, la terra dalle acque profonde

2023-12-06T09:20+0100greenreport (it)

L’Honduras (o Las honduras, che significa “terra dalle acque profonde”) è stato battezzato in questo modo da Cristoforo Colombo, impressionato dalle acque limpidissime e abissali poco lontane dalla costa atlantica quando ci arrivò per la prima volta nel 1502, durante il suo quarto e ultimo viaggio nelle Americhe.

At London's Labatt brewery, officials mark one million cans (of water, not beer)

2023-12-05T19:34+0100lfpress (en)

That donation last week pushed it beyond one million cans. “By periodically halting beer production here in Labatt’s flagship facility in London to produce canned drinking water, we’re able to maintain sufficient supply using the same high-quality procedures and standards as our brewed beverages,”....

Climate Crisis, Our Health Crisis

2023-12-05T15:20+0100kompas-id (en)

The following article was translated using both Microsoft Azure Open AI and Google Translation AI. The original article can be found in fogging /i> or fumigation at the housing complex in Nusa Loka BSD, Lengkong Gudang Timur, Serpong, South Tangerang, Monday (21/8/2023).

Global 2023 in photos: Extreme climate About 41 minutes ago

2023-12-05T13:26+0100devdiscourse (en)

2023 in photos: Extreme climate In November, scientists said that 2023 is expected to wind up as the warmest year on record and in December climate diplomats met in Dubai at COP28 to cut emissions and put a brake on warming. Here is a selection of Reuters photographs that show the extremes of a....

2023 in photos: Extreme climate

2023-12-05T13:08+0100thestar-my (en)

Ice covers communication towers as massive amounts of snow trap residents of mountain towns in San Bernadino County, Crestline, California, U.S. March 2, 2023. REUTERS/David Swanson. (Reuters) - Extreme weather featured in headlines frequently in 2023.

2023 in photos: Extreme climate

2023-12-05T12:50+0100gazette (en)

(Reuters) - Extreme weather featured in headlines frequently in 2023. Drought dried up lakes, record heat sparked wildfires, rains turned streets into rivers, and deadly storms wiped out entire towns. In early 2023, California experienced an unusually wet, snowy winter, drenching the state and....

2023 in photos: Extreme climate

2023-12-05T12:47+0100todayonline (en)

Ice covers communication towers as massive amounts of snow trap residents of mountain towns in San Bernadino County, Crestline, California, U.S. March 2, 2023. REUTERS/David Swanson Flames and smoke rise from a line of trees as a wildfire burns at the Dadia National Park in the region of Evros, Greece, September 1, 2023.

B.C.'s agriculture industry at forefront of climate change reality

2023-12-05T12:39+0100bnnbloomberg (en)

With more than 400 active wildfires still burning in B.C. and many residents yet to return to their homes, it's too early to know the fate of the province's honeybees. But that hasn't stopped Heather Higo, president of the B.C. Honey Producers' Association, from worrying about the small buzzing pollinators and the farmers who care for them.

2023 in photos: Extreme climate

2023-12-05T12:36+0100thechronicleherald (en)

(Reuters) - Extreme weather featured in headlines frequently in 2023. Drought dried up lakes, record heat sparked wildfires, rains turned streets into rivers, and deadly storms wiped out entire towns. In early 2023, California experienced an unusually wet, snowy winter, drenching the state and....

2023 in photos: Extreme climate

2023-12-05T12:29+0100reuters (en)

[1/10] Ice covers communication towers as massive amounts of snow trap residents of mountain towns in San Bernadino County, Crestline, California, U.S. March 2, 2023. REUTERS/David Swanson Dec 5 (Reuters) - Extreme weather featured in headlines frequently in 2023.

2023 in Photos: Extreme Climate

2023-12-05T12:26+0100usnews (en)

(Reuters) - Extreme weather featured in headlines frequently in 2023. Drought dried up lakes, record heat sparked wildfires, rains turned streets into rivers, and deadly storms wiped out entire towns. In early 2023, California experienced an unusually wet, snowy winter, drenching the state and....

2023 in photos: Extreme climate

2023-12-05T12:22+0100streetinsider (en)

Ice covers communication towers as massive amounts of snow trap residents of mountain towns in San Bernadino County, Crestline, California, U.S. March 2, 2023. REUTERS/David Swanson. (Reuters) - Extreme weather featured in headlines frequently in 2023.

Il grano scivola dopo che il Canada e l'Australia hanno aumentato le previsioni di produzione

2023-12-05T06:43+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures sul grano di Chicago si sono ritirati martedì dopo che i principali esportatori, Canada e Australia, hanno aggiornato le loro previsioni di produzione, aumentando le prospettive dell'offerta globale. Le statistiche del Canada. ha alzato le sue stime.

Il grano cala dopo che l'acquisto cinese spinge i prezzi ai massimi da agosto

2023-12-05T06:03+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures sul grano di Chicago sono scesi martedì dopo essere saliti ai massimi da agosto nella sessione precedente, quando il governo degli Stati Uniti ha confermato la più grande vendita privata di grano alla Cina da anni. I semi di soia sono saliti dopo essere scesi nelle ultime sessioni, grazie....

Decline in agricultural production on the Prairies

2023-12-04T23:56+0100thetimeshub (en)

Open in full screen mode. In 2023, total wheat production in Canada fell by 6.9% to 32 million tonnes due to the decline of production in the prairies. Wendyam Valentin Compaore (View profile) Wendyam Valentin Compaore. Feature being tested. Log inCreate my account.

Canada has made Moderate Progress in Adapting to Climate-Related Water Issues but Needs to do More

2023-12-04T23:52+0100climatescorecard (en)

Rating B (Moderate Progress) The amount of water in Canadian lakes, rivers, wetlands, and aquifers has been impacted by climate change, evidenced by more flooding, toxic algae blooms, risk of waterborne diseases, drought, fires, hail storms, tornadoes, higher temperatures causing glacier melting,....

Emerging innovations at the intersection of climate and health: Results from a global call for proposals on the impacts of climate change and health (December 2023)

2023-12-04T01:52+0100reliefWeb (en)

Executive Summary. Scientists have been sounding the alarm about climate change for decades. According to the Lancet Countdown on climate change and health, the world saw the highest global temperatures in over 100 000 years in 2023, and each continent broke heat records in 2022.

Global actions needed to combat climate change

2023-12-02T14:48+0100english-news-cn (en)

This photo taken with a mobile phone on Aug. 8, 2023 shows smoke clouds of wildfires near downtown Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii, the United States. Authorities announced that the fires claimed 98 lives, making it one of the worst natural disasters in Hawaii's history and the deadliest U.S. wildfires in over a century.

Global actions needed to combat climate change

2023-12-02T13:22+0100xinhuanet-english (en)

This photo taken with a mobile phone on Aug. 8, 2023 shows smoke clouds of wildfires near downtown Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii, the United States. Authorities announced that the fires claimed 98 lives, making it one of the worst natural disasters in Hawaii's history and the deadliest U.S. wildfires in over a century.

Global climate action needed to combat climate change

2023-12-02T11:58+0100xinhuanet-english (en)

A wooden boat is seen on dry bed of a reservoir in Wonogiri district, Central Java, Indonesia, Aug. 10, 2023. Heatwaves, torrential rains, floods, droughts and other natural disasters occurred one after another around the world in recent years. While impressed by the mighty power and vulnerability....

Global climate action needed to combat climate change

2023-12-02T11:57+0100english-news-cn (en)

A wooden boat is seen on dry bed of a reservoir in Wonogiri district, Central Java, Indonesia, Aug. 10, 2023. Heatwaves, torrential rains, floods, droughts and other natural disasters occurred one after another around the world in recent years. While impressed by the mighty power and vulnerability....

Fondo per i danni irreparabili: primo passo per la giustizia climatica?

2023-12-01T15:01+0100vita (it)

Mia Mottley la carismatica premier di Barbados, leader dei Paesi più vulnerabili che chiedono un nuovo sistema di finanza climatica , ha appreso la notizia durante le celebrazioni per i 57 anni dell’Indipendenza dell’isola caraibica. «Questo passo per un mondo più giusto può aiutare finalmente....

Canada commits $16M to new global climate damage fund

2023-12-01T13:52+0100CBC (en)

After nations agreed to a landmark deal to create a global climate damage fund on the first day of climate talks at COP28, Canada pledged its own support on Friday and joined the list of developed countries to back the new deal. Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault announced an initial commitment of $16 million toward the loss and damage fund.

Extreme weather year: of floods, forest fires and hurricanes

2023-12-01T08:26+0100archyde (en)

2023-12-01 07:17:09. Deadly hurricanes, huge forest fires and floods: climate change is making extreme weather events more likely – the world will clearly feel this in 2023. When looking for a word for 2023, “extreme weather” comes to mind. At the end of the year, the past few months seem to blur....

Il 2023 sarà l’anno più caldo di sempre: la conferma dell’OMM

2023-11-30T19:14+0100iconaclima (it)

Secondo il nuovo rapporto dell’Organizzazione Mondiale della Meteorologia sullo stato del clima globale il 2023 sarà l’anno più caldo mai registrato. I dati, i quali arrivano fino alla fine di ottobre, mostrano che l’anno è stato di circa 1,40°C al di sopra della linea di riferimento preindustriale 1850-1900.

Wmo: il 2023 ha frantumato tutti i record climatici (VIDEO)

2023-11-30T16:17+0100greenreport (it)

Il nuovo “ ”, pubblicato dalla World meterorological organization in occasione dell’apertura COP28 Unfccc a Dubai, conferma che «Il 2023 sarà l’anno più caldo mai registrato. I dati fino alla fine di ottobre mostrano che l’anno è stato di circa 1,40 gradi Celsius (con un margine di incertezza di....

'Cacophony of broken records' as 2023 set to be hottest year

2023-11-30T12:12+0100thenational (en)

July was likely the hottest month on land in the last 120,000 years, the World Meteorological Organisation has said, amid a series of temperature records this year. said it is now "virtually certain" that 2023 will be the hottest year on record, in the latest of from scientists.

Extreme heat is destroying lives and livelihood, warn scientists as leaders gather for Cop28

2023-11-30T12:04+0100standard (en)

was joining Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US climate tzar John Kerry, Rishi Sunak, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and other world leaders at the Cop28 gathering in Dubai which was expected to be the biggest Cop ever with 70,000 attendees. There were hopes that some progress could be made on....

‘Deafening cacophony of broken records’ as 2023 set to be hottest year on record

2023-11-30T11:42+0100impartialreporter (en)

April through to October saw record high monthly temperatures in the oceans while July was probably the hottest month on land in the last 120,000 years, scientists believe. Extreme flooding from Cyclone Daniel killed thousands of people in Libya, wildfires in Canada burnt 18.

‘Deafening cacophony of broken records’ as 2023 set to be hottest year on record

2023-11-30T11:42+0100standard (en)

It is virtually certain that 2023 will be the hottest year on record after “a deafening cacophony of broken records”, the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) has said. April through to October saw record high monthly temperatures in the oceans while July was probably the hottest month on land in the last 120,000 years, scientists believe.

‘Deafening cacophony of broken records’ as 2023 set to be hottest year on record

2023-11-30T11:42+0100thecourier (en)

It is virtually certain that 2023 will be the hottest year on record after “a deafening cacophony of broken records”, the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) has said. April through to October saw record high monthly temperatures in the oceans while July was probably the hottest month on land in the last 120,000 years, scientists believe.

‘Deafening cacophony of broken records’ as 2023 set to be hottest year on record

2023-11-30T11:39+0100pressandjournal (en)

It is virtually certain that 2023 will be the hottest year on record after “a deafening cacophony of broken records”, the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) has said. April through to October saw record high monthly temperatures in the oceans while July was probably the hottest month on land in the last 120,000 years, scientists believe.

‘Deafening cacophony of broken records’ as 2023 set to be hottest year on record

2023-11-30T11:38+0100theargus (en)

April through to October saw record high monthly temperatures in the oceans while July was probably the hottest month on land in the last 120,000 years, scientists believe. Extreme flooding from Cyclone Daniel killed thousands of people in Libya, wildfires in Canada burnt 18.

‘Deafening cacophony of broken records’ as 2023 set to be hottest year on record

2023-11-30T11:38+0100eveningtelegraph (en)

It is virtually certain that 2023 will be the hottest year on record after “a deafening cacophony of broken records”, the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) has said. April through to October saw record high monthly temperatures in the oceans while July was probably the hottest month on land in the last 120,000 years, scientists believe.

‘Deafening cacophony of broken records’ as 2023 set to be hottest year on record

2023-11-30T11:33+0100belfasttelegraph (en)

It is virtually certain that 2023 will be the hottest year on record after “a deafening cacophony of broken records”, the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) has said. April through to October saw record high monthly temperatures in the oceans while July was probably the hottest month on land in the last 120,000 years, scientists believe.

Clima, cos’è la scienza dell’attribuzione e perché in futuro sarà cruciale

2023-11-30T10:56+0100lifegate (it)

L’aumento della temperatura media globale comporta un aumento della frequenza e della violenza degli eventi meteorologici estremi. Tuttavia, ciò non significa che tutti possano essere attribuiti (del tutto o in parte) al riscaldamento globale. Di queste valutazioni si occupa la scienza dell’attribuzione, attraverso una serie di tappe ben definite.

Standard&poor ha quantificato il prezzo dei cambiamenti climatici: nessun settore è immune

2023-11-30T10:09+0100247libero (it)

Il 2023 è stato caratterizzato da eventi meteorologici estremi , come il ciclone Freddy che ha attraversato diverse nazioni africane, gli incendi in Canada che hanno avvolto di fumo il Nord America orientale e le temperature record globali nel mese di luglio.

Standard&poor ha quantificato il prezzo dei cambiamenti climatici: nessun settore è immune

2023-11-30T09:24+0100ilfattoquotidiano (it)

Il 2023 è stato caratterizzato da eventi meteorologici estremi , come il ciclone Freddy che ha attraversato diverse nazioni africane, gli incendi in Canada che hanno avvolto di fumo il Nord America orientale e le temperature record globali nel mese di luglio.

Water for Resilience gets underway in Grenada

2023-11-29T20:06+0100nowgrenada (en)

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in collaboration with the Government of Canada , hosted an inception workshop on 28 November for key stakeholders, government officials, experts, and community leaders to collaboratively shape the W4R project’s implementation strategy and 2024 work plan.

COP28 in roaring flames

2023-11-29T18:03+0100tribuneonlineng (en)

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has again issued an Emissions Gap Report that underscores the fact that the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), the linchpin of the Paris Agreement is not leading away from the climate precipice, but is rather increasing the speed to a catastrophic plunge.

Dalla transizione energetica al fondo ‘perdite e danni’: i 5 nodi della Cop28 che si apre domani a Dubai

2023-11-29T13:28+0100geagency (it)

Temperature record, inondazioni catastrofiche nel Corno d’Africa o addirittura incendi devastanti nelle foreste del Canada : di fronte alle conseguenze del cambiamento climatico, i leader mondiali sono chiamati, più che mai, a forti risposte collettive.

I 5 temi della Cop28: finanziamenti sul clima e dibattiti sul metano

2023-11-29T09:55+0100meteoweb (it)

Temperature record, inondazioni catastrofiche nel Corno d’Africa o addirittura incendi devastanti nelle foreste del Canada . Di fronte alle conseguenze del cambiamento climatico, i leader mondiali sono chiamati, più che mai, a forti risposte collettive.

Climate scientist reflects on year of disastrous weather, and what's to come

2023-11-28T21:26+0100wn (en)

Unrelenting wildfires in Canada and Hawaii. Catastrophic floods in Libya. Sweltering temperatures across the globe. These climate disasters, which once would have happened every decade or longer, all took place in 2023. As the planet warms, extreme weather events like heat waves, hurricanes,....

Clima, a Dubai 200 Paesi in cerca di un accordo

2023-11-28T18:44+0100vita (it)

Al summit sul clima negli Emirati Arabi Uniti, dal 30 novembre al 12 dicembre, quasi duecento Stati dovranno trovare la strada su due punti fondamentali: decarbonizzazione e aiuti agli Stati più vulnerabili. La sfida è riuscire a comporre il variegato mosaico di richieste e proposte, mentre i....

Incredibile, questo ragazzo ha piantato da solo più di 1,3 milioni di alberi

2023-11-28T12:17+0100greenme (it)

Antoine Moses sta accumulando un record dopo l’altro: dopo aver stabilito il primato per il maggior numero di alberi piantati in un solo giorno, è arrivato a piantare oltre 1,3 milioni di alberi in Canada Antoine Moses , un giovane canadese, di cui vi avevamo parlato quando aveva raggiunto il....

World News | How Did Humans Get to the Brink of Crashing Climate? A Long Push for Progress and Energy to Fuel It

2023-11-27T06:29+0100latestly (en)

Washington, Nov 27 (AP) Amid record-high temperatures, deluges, droughts and wildfires, leaders are convening for another round of United Nations climate talks later this month that seek to curb a centuries-long trend of humans spewing ever more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

British Colombia Unveils Comprehensive Climate Adaptation Plan

2023-11-23T21:55+0100climateadaptationplatform (en)

Heavy downpours, heat domes , and receding snowpacks are the climate change effects felt in British Columbia, Canada . Declining snow cover means less snowmelt in spring and less runoff in summer, affecting industries like hydropower, agriculture, and fisheries. Long-term loss of glaciers also means increased water shortage risk.

Incendi nel 2022: il 2° anno peggiore in UE

2023-11-23T16:43+0100regionieambiente (it)

Nel 2022, un territorio grande quanto la Corsica è stato bruciato da incendi nell’UE, secondo l’ultimo rapporto del JRC sugli incendi nella regione paneuropea, e solo grazie alle misure di prevenzione e alle operazioni rafforzate di preparazione e lotta antincendio dei servizi di gestione degli incendi è stato contenuto il numero delle vittime.

Climate Change Southern Hemisphere Braces for Record-Breaking Heat

2023-11-23T14:10+0100scientificamerican (en)

The southern hemisphere is facing a summer of extremes, say scientists, as climate change amplifies the effects of natural climate variability. This comes in the wake of a summer in the northern hemisphere that saw extreme heatwaves across Europe, China and North America, setting new records for....

The year 2022 was the second-worst year for wildfires in the EU

2023-11-22T13:21+0100cde-ual (en)

It’s a third year in a row that unprecedented wildfire events cause large environmental and economic damage in the EU and, often, tragic loss of life. While most of the fires (96%) are caused by human actions, they are aggravated by increased fire danger conditions driven by climate change.

Wildfires in the EU: 2022 was the second-worst year, a warning from a changing climate

2023-11-22T06:30+0100EC (en)

Prevention measures and the enhanced preparedness and firefighting operations of the fire management services, contained the number of casualties in 2022. @ Arjen Kraaijeveld. It’s a third year in a row that unprecedented wildfire events cause large environmental and economic damage in the EU and, often, tragic loss of life.

Responding to climate change in the mountains: Opportunities for parliamentarians to act

2023-11-22T02:21+0100reliefWeb (en)

Attachments Mountains are vital ecosystems for people and the planet. They provide freshwater for half of the world’s population and host rich biodiversity and cultural importance for communities around the world. Unfortunately, they are also facing some of the clearest indications of climate change....

Influence of Temperature and Drought on the Migration of Plains Bison

2023-11-21T16:30+0100whatsnew2day (en)

It epitomizes the Great Plains in both spirit and form: a 2,000-pound tank on hooves, covered in a winter-tested shaggy coat, and draped with horns that serve as both a warning and a weapon. Even its scientific name, Bison Bison Bison, seems to evoke an echo worthy of its majesty.

Bernard Spragg Public Domain Mark 1.0

2023-11-21T10:42+0100resoilfoundation (it)

La più ampia ricerca mai realizzata sulle praterie della provincia canadese del Saskatchewan quantificherà il carbonio sequestrato nel suolo. Fornendo indicazioni sulle migliori pratiche agricole e di pascolo capaci di favorire il fenomeno. di Matteo Cavallito.

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2023-11-21T10:42+0100resoilfoundation (it)

Global Forest Watch segnala che nel 2021 nel mondo è andata in fumo un’area grande come il Portogallo. Il fenomeno riduce il contributo positivo delle foreste per come serbatoi di carbonio. Alla base, un circolo vizioso causato da riscaldamento globale, aumento dell’evaporazione dell’umidità da....

Preparing For Wildfire Risks Due to El Nino and Climate Change

2023-11-21T03:30+0100climateadaptationplatform (en)

The summer season in the Northern Hemisphere has seen some extreme events, including record-breaking wildfires in Canada , large fires across Eastern Russia, and, in Northern Greece, the EU’s largest ever recorded wildfire. Wildfires in the Northern Hemisphere usually coincide with the hottest and....

The world on a catastrophic warming trajectory, warns the UN

2023-11-20T22:07+0100thetimeshub (en)

Open in full screen mode. A volunteer helps fight forest fires in El Patagual, Chile, last February. The future frequency of these extreme weather events will depend on the measures put in place by governments in the coming years, warns the IPCC. (Archive photo) Agence France-Presse. Feature being tested.

Record-breaking heat set to hit southern hemisphere as summer begins

2023-11-20T15:53+0100nature-Earth-and-Environmental-Sciences (en)

A similar combination of weather patterns in 2019-2020 resulted in Australia's devastating 'black summer' bushfires. Credit: Carla Gottgens/Bloomberg via Getty. The southern hemisphere is facing a summer of extremes, say scientists, as climate change amplifies the effects of natural climate variability.

LOSC : après deux mois de disette, Jonathan David retrouve enfin le chemin des filets

2023-11-20T12:44+0100nordeclair (fr)

Récompensé de son bon début de saison avec le LOSC, Yusuf Yazici faisait son retour en sélection turque après plus d’un an d’absence (dernière sélection le 24 mars 2022). Le sélectionneur italien de la Turquie, Vincenzo Montella, avait même décidé de l’aligner d’entrée au poste… d’avant-centre,....

LOSC : Jonathan David enfin buteur !

2023-11-20T12:17+0100lavoixdunord (fr)

LOSC : Jonathan David inscrit son premier but depuis deux mois ! Plusieurs internationaux du LOSC étaient sur le pont ces derniers jours avec des fortunes diverses. Yusuf Yazici et la Turquie ont brillé en Allemagne, pendant que Jonathan David retrouvait le chemin des filets.

Progress and Challenges in Gender-Responsive Climate Action

2023-11-20T10:57+0100miragenews (en)

UN Climate Change News, 20 November 2023 - A recent policy brief from UN Climate Change underscores the increased integration of gender considerations in climate change adaptation plans across the globe. It reveals not only growing acknowledgment of the unique vulnerabilities women face amidst the....

Record-breaking summer set to hit southern hemisphere

2023-11-20T01:32+0100nature (en)

A similar combination of weather patterns in 2019-2020 resulted in Australia's devastating 'black summer' bushfires. Credit: Carla Gottgens/Bloomberg via Getty. The southern hemisphere is facing a summer of extremes, say scientists, as climate change amplifies the effects of natural climate variability.

Record-breaking summer set to hit southern hemisphere

2023-11-19T23:51+0100nature-current (en)

A similar combination of weather patterns in 2019-2020 resulted in Australia's devastating 'black summer' bushfires. Credit: Carla Gottgens/Bloomberg via Getty. The southern hemisphere is facing a summer of extremes, say scientists, as climate change amplifies the effects of natural climate variability.

Green Revolution in Agriculture: Sustainability in Times of Climate Change

2023-11-19T18:00+0100breakinglatest (en)

, and the food security of the world ‘s population is at stake. But how can agriculture be made sustainable to meet these challenges? Which key technologies will shape the future of agriculture? Climate change and its effects on agriculture. In recent years the weather has changed dramatically.

Salmon SWAT: Special teams respond to drought-affected rivers with shovels, aerators 11/19/2023 5:45:00 AM

2023-11-19T15:10+0100timescolonist (en)

When a provincewide drought this summer dried up rivers and jeopardized the survival of already stressed salmon stocks, local salmon “SWAT” teams mobilized quickly to tackle spots of concern on rivers across B.C. First Nations and local conservation groups armed themselves with shovels or heavy....

Northvolt Mega-Factory: Fast-Track Environmental Approval and Wetland Impact

2023-11-16T15:00+0100archyde (en)

2023-11-16 09:00:00. In addition to escaping BAPE examination for its battery manufacturing mega-factory, the Northvolt company expects to very quickly receive authorization from the Ministry of the Environment to destroy wetlands. A document, obtained by Radio- Canada , reveals that it asked Quebec....

14-Nov-2023 National Climate Assessment reporting continues at AGU23 in San Francisco American Geophysical Union Meeting Announcement The largest meeting of Earth and space scientists will include deep dives into the Fifth National Climate Assessment in a program packed with climate science this....

2023-11-15T02:54+0100eurekalert (en)

National Climate Assessment reporting continues at AGU23 in San Francisco. The largest meeting of Earth and space scientists will include deep dives into the Fifth National Climate Assessment in a program packed with climate science this December in San Francisco, California American Geophysical Union.

Rwanda updating flood control responses with real-time data

2023-11-15T00:27+0100apanews-en (en)

APA – Kigali (Rwanda) – In a move to monitor floods and manage recurrent disasters, , Rwanda is planning to roll modern installation especially in regions that are prone to flooding, local media reported Wednesday quoting an authoritative source in Kigali.

Hottest October Globally Marks Fifth Record-Shattering Month

2023-11-14T22:52+0100channelstv (en)

Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe’s climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world leaders to....

El papel vital de los lobos en el ecosistema de Yellowstone

2023-11-14T07:43+0100cambiopolitico (es)

Lobo en el valle de Lamar, en 2009. Jim Peaco / National Park Service. El Parque Nacional de Yellowstone tiene majestuosos paisajes y una biodiversidad única. Es uno de los lugares más soñados para visitar. Ahora quisiera contarles de algo increíble que sucedió a mediados de la década de los años 90....

Big Zero Carbon Ambition, Bigger Fossil Energy Production

2023-11-14T00:46+0100kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/PRIYOMBODO. Barges loaded with coal pass through the Mahakam River in Samarinda, East Kalimantan on Monday (8/3/2021). According to data from the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Indonesia's coal production as of March 8, 2021 reached 93.42 million tons, equivalent to 16.

Earth just experienced the hottest 12 months ever recorded

2023-11-13T14:33+0100jamaicaobserver (en)

The last 12 months were the hottest Earth has ever recorded, according to a new report by Climate Central, a nonprofit science research group. The peer-reviewed report says burning gasoline, coal, natural gas and other fossil fuels that release planet-warming gases like carbon dioxide, and other....

I video di un leone scappato dal circo per le strade di Ladispoli, vicino a Roma

2023-11-11T22:15+0100ilpost (it)

Dalla fine di ottobre le acque dello stagno di Kealia, che si trova in una riserva naturale sull’isola di Maui, alle Hawaii, sono diventate di un colore rosa acceso, probabilmente a causa della siccità. Bret Wolfe, responsabile della riserva, inizialmente sospettava che il particolare colore assunto....

Climate change, alluvioni e inondazioni. Gli effetti sulla mortalità a lungo termine

2023-11-11T18:45+0100247libero (it)

BMJ 2023;383:e075081 Il clima cambia, e gli episodi di inondazioni stanno già aumentando e sono destinati ad aumentare sempre di più, con effetti significativi sulla mortalità che vanno ben al di là delle conseguenze dirette dell’alluvione, cioè dei decessi per annegamenti o crolli.

Fao: evitare che El Niño aggravi la fame nel mondo

2023-11-10T10:52+0100greenreport (it)

aggiornato per ridurre gli impatti sui mezzi di sussistenza agricoli e la sicurezza alimentare delle popolazioni più a rischio e vulnerabili. Il mondo entra in questo ciclo di El Niño con un record di 258 milioni di persone che soffriranno la fame acuta nel 2022 e solo il 20% dei fondi totali....

Trente ans sans Coupe, « je trouve ça long », admet Carbonneau

2023-11-10T02:51+0100lapresse-CA (fr)

Aucune mesure scientifique n’existe, évidemment, pour connaître la réponse. Mais il reste que chaque année qui finit par 3 ou 8 est l’occasion de célébrer ce que l’équipe menée par Jacques Demers a accompli en 1993. Cette année, la célébration a lieu cette semaine, et sert du même coup de prétexte pour souligner la retraite du D r David Mulder.

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-10T00:07+0100buffalonews (en)

Extreme heat fueled destructive rainfall because a warmer atmosphere holds more water vapor, which lets storms release more precipitation. Storm Daniel became Africa's deadliest storm with an estimated death toll that ranges between 4,000 and 11,000, according to officials and aid agencies.

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T23:51+0100siouxcityjournal (en)

Extreme heat fueled destructive rainfall because a warmer atmosphere holds more water vapor, which lets storms release more precipitation. Storm Daniel became Africa's deadliest storm with an estimated death toll that ranges between 4,000 and 11,000, according to officials and aid agencies.

Climate change: Earth’s past 12 months were the hottest recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T22:59+0100nzherald (en)

The average global temperature was 1.3C higher than the pre-industrial climate, which scientists say is close to the limit countries agreed not to go over in the Paris Agreement — a 1.5C rise. The impacts were apparent as one in four humans, or 1.9 billion people, suffered from dangerous heat waves.

'Nobody is safe' - Last 12 months on Earth the hottest ever recorded Climate Central, a nonprofit science research group, has revealed the finding in a new peer-reviewed report.

2023-11-09T21:48+0100tvnz (en)

The last 12 months were the hottest Earth has ever recorded, according to a new report by Climate Central, a nonprofit science research group. The peer-reviewed report says burning gasoline, coal, natural gas and other fossil fuels that release planet-warming gases like carbon dioxide, and other....

From severe wildfires to extreme drought, how are you grappling with the changing climate?

2023-11-09T20:42+0100CBC (en)

Climate change is impacting Saskatchewan and we want to know how you are dealing with it. The province is coming out of one of its most severe wildfire seasons on record and this fall has seen a record number of days above 0 C so far. If we keep developing a fossil fuel-based economy (high-emission....

09.11.2023 USA - A national mobilization for our new ‘Hot War’ This past summer demonstrated that we are now locked into a new “Hot War.” Climate disruption is upon us.Might we learn lessons from how America mobilized to engage national security threats during the last century to help guide our....

2023-11-09T19:00+0100agroinsurance-en (en)

This past summer demonstrated that we are now locked into a new “Hot War.” Climate disruption is upon us. Might we learn lessons from how America mobilized to engage national security threats during the last century to help guide our decisionmaking about how to engage the current global warming....

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T18:19+0100chicagotribune (en)

Over the course of the year, 7.3 billion people, or 90% of humanity, endured at least 10 days of high temperatures that were made at least three times more likely because of climate change. “People know that things are weird, but they don’t they don’t necessarily know why it’s weird.

09.11.2023 USA - A national mobilization for our new ‘Hot War’ This past summer demonstrated that we are now locked into a new “Hot War.” Climate disruption is upon us.Might we learn lessons from how America mobilized to engage national security threats during the last century to help guide our....

2023-11-09T18:05+0100agroinsurance (en)

This past summer demonstrated that we are now locked into a new “Hot War.” Climate disruption is upon us. Might we learn lessons from how America mobilized to engage national security threats during the last century to help guide our decisionmaking about how to engage the current global warming....

Last 12 months were hottest ever recorded on Earth, report finds

2023-11-09T17:35+0100HonululuAdvertiser (en)

ASSOCIATED PRESS / JULY 19. The last 12 months were the hottest Earth has ever recorded, according to a new report by Climate Central, a nonprofit science research group. People rest during a hot day in Madrid in July when most of Spain was under alert for high to extreme heat with peak temperatures....

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, …

2023-11-09T16:57+0100wearecentralpa (en)

The last 12 months were the hottest Earth has ever recorded, according to a new report by Climate Central, a nonprofit science research group. The peer-reviewed report says burning gasoline, coal, natural gas and other fossil fuels that release planet-warming gases like carbon dioxide, and other....

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T16:45+0100nbcnewyork (en)

The average global temperature was 1.3 degrees Celsius (2.3 degrees Fahrenheit) higher than the pre-industrial climate, which scientists say is close to the limit countries agreed not to go over in the Paris Agreement — a 1.5 C (2.7 F) rise. The impacts were apparent as one in four humans, or 1.9 billion people, suffered from dangerous heat waves.

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T16:36+0100nbcbayarea (en)

The average global temperature was 1.3 degrees Celsius (2.3 degrees Fahrenheit) higher than the pre-industrial climate, which scientists say is close to the limit countries agreed not to go over in the Paris Agreement — a 1.5 C (2.7 F) rise. The impacts were apparent as one in four humans, or 1.9 billion people, suffered from dangerous heat waves.

Last 12 Months on Earth Were The Hottest Ever Recorded, Analysis Finds

2023-11-09T16:11+0100time (en)

Extreme heat fueled destructive rainfall because a warmer atmosphere holds more water vapor, which lets storms release more precipitation. Storm Daniel became Africa’s deadliest storm with an estimated death toll that ranges between 4,000 and 11,000, according to officials and aid agencies.

Weather Forecast For 2024 Now Available–Expect More Heatwaves, Wildfires, Hurricanes, Floods And Droughts.

2023-11-09T15:47+0100sunstkitts (en)

2023 is “almost certain to be the warmest year on record” after October smashed temperature highs, while the mercury will keep rising as the warming El Niño effect continues well into next year. That’s the message from UN World Meteorological Organization ( WMO ), which said on Wednesday that for....

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T15:40+0100tribtown (en)

The last 12 months were the hottest Earth has ever recorded, according to a new report by Climate Central, a nonprofit science research group. The peer-reviewed report says burning gasoline, coal, natural gas and other fossil fuels that release planet-warming gases like carbon dioxide , and other....

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T15:04+0100wral (en)

The last 12 months were the hottest Earth has ever recorded, according to a new report by Climate Central, a nonprofit science research group. The peer-reviewed report says burning gasoline, coal, natural gas and other fossil fuels that release planet-warming gases like carbon dioxide, and other....

Thu. 8:48 a.m.: Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T15:00+0100vindy (en)

The peer-reviewed report says burning gasoline, coal, natural gas and other fossil fuels that release planet-warming gases like carbon dioxide, and other human activities, caused the unnatural warming from November 2022 to October 2023. Over the course of the year, 7.

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T14:25+0100HindustanTimes (en)

“People know that things are weird, but they don’t they don’t necessarily know why it’s weird. They don’t connect back to the fact that we’re still burning coal, oil and natural gas,” said Andrew Pershing, a climate scientist at Climate Central. “I think the thing that really came screaming out of the data this year was nobody is safe.

Last 12 Months on Earth Were the Hottest Ever Recorded, Analysis Finds

2023-11-09T14:17+0100usnews (en)

The peer-reviewed report says burning gasoline, coal, natural gas and other fossil fuels that release planet-warming gases like carbon dioxide , and other human activities, caused the unnatural warming from November 2022 to October 2023. Over the course of the year, 7.

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T14:16+0100gazette (en)

The last 12 months were the hottest Earth has ever recorded, according to a new report by Climate Central, a nonprofit science research group. The peer-reviewed report says burning gasoline, coal, natural gas and other fossil fuels that release planet-warming gases like carbon dioxide , and other....

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T14:14+0100apnews (en)

“I think the thing that really came screaming out of the data this year was nobody is safe. Everybody was experiencing unusual climate-driven heat at some point during the year,” said Pershing. The average global temperature was 1.3 degrees Celsius (2.

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T13:55+0100jamaicaobserver (en)

The last 12 months were the hottest Earth has ever recorded, according to a new report by Climate Central, a nonprofit science research group. The peer-reviewed report says burning gasoline, coal, natural gas and other fossil fuels that release planet-warming gases like carbon dioxide, and other....

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T13:48+0100yakimaherald (en)

The last 12 months were the hottest Earth has ever recorded, according to a new report by Climate Central, a nonprofit science research group. The peer-reviewed report says burning gasoline, coal, natural gas and other fossil fuels that release planet-warming gases like carbon dioxide , and other....

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T13:41+0100clickondetroit (en)

Copyright 2023 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. FILE - A man cools off in a shower at Ipanema beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sept. 24, 2023. The last 12 months were the hottest Earth has ever recorded, according to a new report Thursday, Nov. 9, by Climate Central, a nonprofit science research group.

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T13:15+0100wacotrib (en)

From the series The 12 months ending in October were the hottest ever recorded on Earth and likely the planet’s hottest 12-month period ever recorded, according to a report from the nonprofit science research group Climate Central. The peer-reviewed report says burning gasoline, coal, natural gas....

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T13:14+0100missoulian (en)

From the series The 12 months ending in October were the hottest ever recorded on Earth and likely the planet’s hottest 12-month period ever recorded, according to a report from the nonprofit science research group Climate Central. The peer-reviewed report says burning gasoline, coal, natural gas....

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T13:02+0100nbc12 (en)

FILE - Residents of a riverside community carry food and containers of drinking water after receiving aid due to the ongoing drought in Careiro da Varzea, Amazonas state, Brazil, Oct. 24, 2023. The last 12 months were the hottest Earth has ever recorded, according to a new report Thursday, Nov.

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T12:56+0100kptv (en)

FILE - Residents of a riverside community carry food and containers of drinking water after receiving aid due to the ongoing drought in Careiro da Varzea, Amazonas state, Brazil, Oct. 24, 2023. The last 12 months were the hottest Earth has ever recorded, according to a new report Thursday, Nov.

Hottest October globally marks fifth record-shattering month

2023-11-09T12:45+0100dailytimesPK (en)

Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe’s climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world leaders to....

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T12:45+0100kob (en)

The last 12 months were the hottest Earth has ever recorded, according to a new report by Climate Central, a nonprofit science research group. The peer-reviewed report says burning gasoline, coal, natural gas and other fossil fuels that release planet-warming gases like carbon dioxide , and other....

Last 12 months on Earth were the hottest ever recorded, analysis finds

2023-11-09T12:39+0100dailyjournal (en)

The last 12 months were the hottest Earth has ever recorded, according to a new report by Climate Central, a nonprofit science research group. The peer-reviewed report says burning gasoline, coal, natural gas and other fossil fuels that release planet-warming gases like carbon dioxide , and other....

Last 12 Months on Earth Were the Hottest Ever Recorded, Analysis Finds

2023-11-09T12:37+0100thenationalherald (en)

The last 12 months were the hottest Earth has ever recorded, according to a new report by Climate Central, a nonprofit science research group. The peer-reviewed report says burning gasoline, coal, natural gas and other fossil fuels that release planet-warming gases like carbon dioxide, and other....

Hottest October globally marks fifth record-shattering month

2023-11-09T03:24+0100scmp (en)

Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe’s climate monitor said on Wednesday, with months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world leaders....

Record number of black bears killed in BC: Public urged to do more to protect them

2023-11-08T23:53+0100thetimeshub (en)

Open in full screen mode. According to the province, wildlife protection officers have killed 460 black bears between January and September 2023. Radio- Canada . According to the most recent data from the British Columbia Wildlife Officer Service (BCCOS), 460 black bears had to be killed in the first....

Hottest October on record as 2023 on track to be warmest year in history

2023-11-08T23:06+0100citizen (en)

Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe’s climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat are likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world leaders....

2023 'virtually certain' to be warmest on record - EU scientists

2023-11-08T22:28+0100polandsun (en)

Researchers have warned that devastating floods and wildfires could be a "new normal" if greenhouse gas emissions aren't capped. EU scientists have declared that 2023 is set to be the warmest year recorded in the past 125,000 years, after data from last month showed that October had shattered previous temperature records.

2023 'virtually certain' to be warmest on record - EU scientists

2023-11-08T22:07+0100europesun (en)

Researchers have warned that devastating floods and wildfires could be a "new normal" if greenhouse gas emissions aren't capped. EU scientists have declared that 2023 is set to be the warmest year recorded in the past 125,000 years, after data from last month showed that October had shattered previous temperature records.

Hottest October recorded

2023-11-08T20:10+0100newagebd (en)

Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe’s climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world leaders to....

2023 virtually certain to be warmest on record EU scientists

2023-11-08T20:04+0100singaporestar (en)

Researchers have warned that devastating floods and wildfires could be a ?new normal? if greenhouse gas emissions aren?t capped. EU scientists have declared that 2023 is set to be the warmest year recorded in the past 125,000 years, after data from last month showed that October had shattered previous temperature records.

2023 virtually certain to be warmest on record EU scientists

2023-11-08T19:49+0100manilametro (en)

Researchers have warned that devastating floods and wildfires could be a ?new normal? if greenhouse gas emissions aren?t capped. EU scientists have declared that 2023 is set to be the warmest year recorded in the past 125,000 years, after data from last month showed that October had shattered previous temperature records.

Hottest October marks fifth record shattering month

2023-11-08T19:23+0100kuwaittimes (en)

PARIS: Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe’s climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world....

2023 virtually certain to be warmest on record EU scientists

2023-11-08T19:20+0100singaporenews (en)

Researchers have warned that devastating floods and wildfires could be a ?new normal? if greenhouse gas emissions aren?t capped. EU scientists have declared that 2023 is set to be the warmest year recorded in the past 125,000 years, after data from last month showed that October had shattered previous temperature records.

2023 virtually certain to be warmest on record EU scientists

2023-11-08T19:19+0100northernirelandnews (en)

Researchers have warned that devastating floods and wildfires could be a ?new normal? if greenhouse gas emissions aren?t capped. EU scientists have declared that 2023 is set to be the warmest year recorded in the past 125,000 years, after data from last month showed that October had shattered previous temperature records.

Hottest October on record as 2023 on track to be warmest year in history

2023-11-08T19:07+0100abs-cbnnews (en)

PARIS, France -- Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat are likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure....

Hottest October on record as 2023 on track to be warmest year in history

2023-11-08T17:53+0100jamaicaobserver (en)

PARIS, France (AFP)— Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat are likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the....

Hottest October on record globally

2023-11-08T17:07+0100manilatimes (en)

PARIS: Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat are likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world....

This year 'virtually certain' to be warmest on record - EU scientists

2023-11-08T17:05+0100europesun (en)

Researchers have warned that devastating floods and wildfires could be a "new normal" if greenhouse gas emissions aren't capped. European Union (EU) scientists have said 2023 is set to be the warmest year recorded in the past 125,000 years, after data from last month showed that October shattered....

This year 'virtually certain' to be warmest on record - EU scientists

2023-11-08T16:44+0100polandsun (en)

Researchers have warned that devastating floods and wildfires could be a "new normal" if greenhouse gas emissions aren't capped. European Union (EU) scientists have said 2023 is set to be the warmest year recorded in the past 125,000 years, after data from last month showed that October shattered....

A national mobilization for our new ‘Hot War’

2023-11-08T16:44+0100thehill (en)

The highly respected European Copernicus Climate Report recently affirmed that this summer was the warmest ever recorded and that worrisome records have been set for high ocean-surface temperatures. Global warming, pushed by high carbon dioxide and methane emissions caused by burning coal, oil and natural gas, is raising climate disruption.

Hottest October on record as 2023 on track to be warmest year in history

2023-11-08T16:19+0100al-monitor (en)

Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat are likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world leaders....

Hottest October globally marks fifth record-shattering month

2023-11-08T16:17+0100seychellesnewsagency (en)

) - Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world leaders....

This year virtually certain to be warmest on record EU scientists

2023-11-08T16:16+0100singaporestar (en)

Researchers have warned that devastating floods and wildfires could be a ?new normal? if greenhouse gas emissions aren?t capped. European Union (EU) scientists have said 2023 is set to be the warmest year recorded in the past 125,000 years, after data from last month showed that October shattered....

This year virtually certain to be warmest on record EU scientists

2023-11-08T16:08+0100northernirelandnews (en)

Researchers have warned that devastating floods and wildfires could be a ?new normal? if greenhouse gas emissions aren?t capped. European Union (EU) scientists have said 2023 is set to be the warmest year recorded in the past 125,000 years, after data from last month showed that October shattered....

2023-11-08T20:10:09+05:30 - Environment Hottest October on record as 2023 on track to be warmest year in history

2023-11-08T15:51+0100Hindu (en)

in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world leaders to curb planet-heating greenhouse gas pollution has never been more urgent as they prepare to meet in Dubai for the UN COP28 climate conference this month.

Hottest October on record as 2023 on track to be warmest year in history

2023-11-08T15:50+0100thehindu (en)

in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world leaders to curb planet-heating greenhouse gas pollution has never been more urgent as they prepare to meet in Dubai for the UN COP28 climate conference this month.

This year virtually certain to be warmest on record EU scientists

2023-11-08T15:42+0100manilametro (en)

Researchers have warned that devastating floods and wildfires could be a ?new normal? if greenhouse gas emissions aren?t capped. European Union (EU) scientists have said 2023 is set to be the warmest year recorded in the past 125,000 years, after data from last month showed that October shattered....

PAGASA says El Nino to last until Q2 2024

2023-11-08T15:36+0100manilastandard-ph (en)

BRACING FOR EL NIÑO. A farmer, Eduardo Rossel, 62, walks along a dried-up rice field in Brgy. Maname in Naic, Cavite on May 3, 2023. The state weather bureau said that based on recent conditions and model forecasts, the El Niño phenomenon might “emerge” in the rainy season between June and August. Danny Pata.

This year virtually certain to be warmest on record EU scientists

2023-11-08T15:27+0100singaporenews (en)

Researchers have warned that devastating floods and wildfires could be a ?new normal? if greenhouse gas emissions aren?t capped. European Union (EU) scientists have said 2023 is set to be the warmest year recorded in the past 125,000 years, after data from last month showed that October shattered....

Hottest October globally marks fifth record-shattering month

2023-11-08T13:56+0100urdupoint (en)

Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. Paris, (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 8th Nov, 2023) Last month was the hottest October on record globally,....

Hottest October globally marks fifth record-shattering month

2023-11-08T13:35+0100TheFrontierPost-en (en)

With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world leaders to curb planet-heating greenhouse gas pollution has never been more urgent as they prepare to meet in Dubai for the UNCOP28 climate conference this month.

Sostenibilità, modernità, qualità. La filosofia di Salov sull'olio 2.0

2023-11-08T13:16+0100panorama (it)

L’olio è alimento base capace di unire tutte le cucine di tutte il mondo, Omero lo chiamava “oro liquido”, i cuochi lo utilizzano per la sua versatilità. Oggi anche l’industria olearia deve fare i conti con la sostenibilità. Come affrontarla? “ Il segreto è nell’approccio che si ha !” parola di....

Shenandoah National Park Is on Fire

2023-11-08T11:57+0100newsweek-USA (en)

A large wildfire that broke its containment lines and has started to spread into Shenandoah National Park is one of two large blazes that prompted Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin to declare a state of emergency on Tuesday. Fire officials said over the weekend that the Quaker Run Fire in Madison....

2023 Likely To Be Warmest Year On Record Globally

2023-11-08T11:26+0100ndtvnews (en)

Paris: Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world....

Record October temperatures globally as 2023 set to be hottest in history

2023-11-08T10:16+0100LeMonde-en (en)

The dry Lake Titicaca has left behind scorched earth as it recedes. The Lake has receded for several kilometers in parts of the region due to the heavy drought. Pampa Aychuyu, Puno, Peru. 15.10.23 PAUL GAMBIN FOR LE MONDE. Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate....

Hottest October globally marks fifth record-shattering month

2023-11-08T09:36+0100manilastandard-ph (en)

Paris, France – Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe’s climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on....

Record temperatures in October indicate 2023 will be warmest year in history

2023-11-08T09:13+0100dunyanews (en)

(AFP) Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor said on Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world....

Hottest October globally marks 5th record-shattering month

2023-11-08T09:03+0100omanobserver-om (en)

Paris - Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world....

October 2023 was hottest on record, says EU monitor

2023-11-08T07:41+0100RTERadio (en)

Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor has said, as months of exceptional heat is likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists said the pressure on world leaders to curb....

Hottest October 2023 in the world

2023-11-08T06:51+0100thetimeshub (en)

Open in full screen mode. The month of October 2023 broke the previous heat record which had been set in October 2019 . Agence France-Presse. 2023 continues its race to the heights of the thermometer: the month of October was the hottest ever recorded in the world, continuing a succession of monthly....

Europe Hottest October globally marks fifth record-shattering month

2023-11-08T06:02+0100JakartaPost (en)

Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world leaders to....

October 2023 was the hottest on record - EU monitor

2023-11-08T05:24+0100RTERadio (en)

Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor has said, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists said the pressure on world leaders to curb....

Hottest October globally marks fifth record-shattering month

2023-11-08T05:19+0100al-monitor (en)

Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world leaders to....

Hottest October globally marks fifth record-shattering month

2023-11-08T04:47+0100thedailystarBD (en)

"October 2023 has seen exceptional temperature anomalies, following on from four months of global temperature records being obliterated," said Samantha Burgess, C3S Deputy Director. "We can say with near certainty that 2023 will be the warmest year on record, and is currently 1.43 degrees Celsius above the preindustrial average.

Hottest October globally marks fifth record-shattering month

2023-11-08T04:36+0100bssnews (en)

PARIS, Nov 8, 2023 (BSS/AFP) - Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the....

Hottest October globally marks fifth record-shattering month

2023-11-08T04:36+0100heraldsun (en)

With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world leaders to curb planet-heating greenhouse gas pollution has never been more urgent as they prepare to meet in Dubai for the UNCOP28 climate conference this month.

Hottest October globally marks 5th record-shattering month

2023-11-08T04:33+0100abs-cbnnews (en)

PARIS Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world leaders....

Hottest October globally marks fifth record-shattering month

2023-11-08T04:32+0100digitaljournal (en)

Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe’s climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world leaders to....

Hottest October globally marks fifth record-shattering month

2023-11-08T04:16+0100yahoo-sg (en)

Last month was the hottest October on record globally, Europe's climate monitor said Wednesday, as months of exceptional heat likely to make 2023 the warmest year in history. With temperatures soaring beyond previous averages by exceptional margins, scientists say the pressure on world leaders to....

Climate change e inondazioni. Gli effetti sulla mortalità a lungo termine sono più di quanto si immagina

2023-11-07T14:26+0100infodata (it)

BMJ 2023;383:e075081 Il clima cambia, e gli episodi di inondazioni stanno già aumentando e sono destinati ad aumentare sempre di più, con effetti significativi sulla mortalità che vanno ben al di là delle conseguenze dirette dell’alluvione, cioè dei decessi per annegamenti o crolli.

Prezzi di pasta, caffè e olio aumenteranno nel 2024: le cause

2023-11-07T11:54+0100247libero (it)

L’aumento dei prezzi degli alimenti sta incidendo non poco sulle tasche degli italiani . E il peggio non sembra essere affatto passato. I prezzi di pasta, caffè e olio potrebbero crescere del 70% nel 2024: le cause principali sono le guerre e il cambiamento climatico, che incidono sulla produzione del cibo che consumiamo quotidianamente.

Ecomondo, alla Fiera di Rimini è protagonista l'economia circolare: dal ciclo dei rifiuti alle bio cities, innovazione in primo piano

2023-11-07T10:36+0100ilmessaggero (it)

L' economia circolare è un modello di produzione e consumo che implica condivisione, prestito, riutilizzo, riparazione, ricondizionamento e riciclo dei materiali e prodotti esistenti il più a lungo possibile . Da questa definizione del Parlamento Europeo , si comprende l’estrema attualità della....

Olio, pasta e caffè: nel ‘24 rincari fino al 70 per cento

2023-11-07T08:18+0100notizieinunclick (it)

Gli effetti della crisi mediorientale, con la guerra Israele-Hamas, si stanno facendo già sentire sul prezzo del gas, quotato mediamente in ottobre a circa 43 euro a megawattora contro i 36 di settembre. Con il risultato di un prevedibile rincaro delle bollette a carico delle famiglie che tuttora usufruiscono del mercato tutelato.

El Nino Drives Hunger Around the World

2023-11-07T01:30+0100reliefWeb (en)

Winter is comingbut this year’s winter might look a little different than what we’re used to. Meteorologists across the United States are predicting less snow, warmer days, and erratic storms. But ski season isn’t the only thing at risk. El Ninoa recurring phenomenon of higher-than-average sea....

Nel 2024 aumenteranno ancora i prezzi di olio, pasta e caffè

2023-11-06T20:27+0100calabria7 (it)

Pasta e caffè. I granai di frumento duro sono vuoti, per via della grave siccità che ha colpito il Canada – sempre per via del riscaldamento climatico – e perciò il prezzo della pasta continuerà a mantenersi alto, se non aumenterà ancora. Parliamo del primo Paese produttore al mondo, il cui ammanco....

Futuro de Eduardo Berizzo con Chile estaría en manos de Paraguay y Ecuador

2023-11-06T15:59+0100eluniverso (es)

Sausalito estaba lleno: todo Chile esperaba el oro del fútbol de los Juegos Panamericanos de Santiago-2023. Muy pocos de los 20.000 aficionados que asistieron a la final ante Brasil quedaban en las tribunas cuando los jugadores de Eduardo Berizzo subieron al podio para recibir las medallas de plata.

Más rápido que en años anteriores Advierten que La Picasa podría volver a desbordar y duplicar la superficie anegada

2023-11-06T13:27+0100diarioellitoral (es)

Ante la llegada de lluvias al sur-sur santafesino vuelven a encenderse las alarmas por el posible desborde de la laguna La Picasa, como ocurriera en los años 2017 y 2020. Y desde la Confederación de Asociaciones Rurales de Santa Fe (Carsfe) advirtieron sobre las posibles consecuencias de la falta de....

Perché nel 2024 aumenteranno ancora i prezzi di olio, pasta e caffè

2023-11-06T13:25+0100fanpage (it)

Da un lato il cambiamento climatico , dall'altro le guerre che continuano a scoppiare. Il contesto globale continua a influire negativamente sui prezzi degli alimenti, dei beni primari che vengono acquistati e utilizzati quotidianamente dagli italiani.

¿El final de las estaciones?

2023-11-05T13:45+0100ctxt (es)

Émile Zola. Nos enorgullecemos tanto de nuestros enormes avances técnicos que han conformado una especie de credo: la tecnología siempre vendrá al rescate del progreso. Pero apenas queremos enfrentar una sensación cada vez más evidente: esa locomotora de la historia en la que viajamos es más bien un....

Ottawa, BC and First Nations announce nature protection agreement

2023-11-04T04:47+0100thetimeshub (en)

Open full screen. The old-growth forest of the interior of British Columbia, located on the outskirts of Revelstoke, is considered to be one of the rainforests most at risk of disappearing on the planet. Camille Vernet (View profile) Camille Vernet. The governments of Canada and British Columbia....

Corporate Sustainability in the Wake of Climate Change: Insights from the Environmental Sustainability Index The final Environmental Sustainability Index of 2023 explores how record-setting temperatures and natural disasters are influencing sustainability initiatives at companies around the world.

2023-11-04T00:01+0100honeywell (en)

Due to climate change in combination with the El Niño weather pattern, this June, July and August was the hottest summer season on record globally, according to the , and The rise in temperatures has led to more frequent extreme weather events like floods, droughts and wildfires.

Cambiamenti climatici minacciano il Canale di Panama: una crisi imminente nel commercio globale

2023-11-03T20:14+0100oggitreviso (it)

Il Canale di Panama, un'importante arteria per il commercio globale, sta affrontando una minaccia senza precedenti a causa dei cambiamenti climatici. Quest'anno, per la prima volta nella sua storia, le autorità hanno annunciato una drastica riduzione del numero di navi che possono attraversare il....

Grano, parte piano straordinario controlli. Lollobrigida: “Qualità a ogni costo”

2023-11-03T17:18+0100geagency (it)

Controlli sul grano duro importato potenziati, per monitorare la filiera, nei porti di partenza e in quelli di arrivo. E’ il piano straordinario voluto dal ministro dell’Agricoltura e della sovranità alimentare, Francesco Lollobrigida , che sul tema ha presieduto una cabina di regia con la rete....

México despierta, EEUU se aleja y Paulino suma otro oro en los Juegos Panamericanos

2023-11-03T03:36+0100latimes (es)

SANTIAGO — Después de cinco días de sequía, México finalmente celebró la conquista de una medalla de oro en los Juegos Panamericanos. También resurgieron los reproches de sus deportistas acuáticos debido a la falta de ayudas que aporta el gobierno. Y Marileidy Paulino vino, vio y venció para la República Dominicana.

México despierta, EEUU se aleja y Paulino suma otro oro en los Juegos Panamericanos

2023-11-03T03:12+0100sandiegouniontribune (es)

SANTIAGO — Después de cinco días de sequía, México finalmente celebró la conquista de una medalla de oro en los Juegos Panamericanos. También resurgieron los reproches de sus deportistas acuáticos debido a la falta de ayudas que aporta el gobierno. Y Marileidy Paulino vino, vio y venció para la República Dominicana.

Dal Canale di Panama una minaccia per il commercio globale

2023-11-02T07:42+0100agi (it)

AGI - Allarme siccità per il Canale di Panama: il numero di navi che possono attraversarlo ogni giorno verrà drasticamente ridotto nei prossimi mesi . Ciò è la prova del fatto che il cambiamento climatico sta ostacolando in modo sensibile il commercio globale.

Climate Change Shouts Loudly in Summer 2023, Warn Scientists | Breaking:

2023-11-01T22:14+0100whatsnew2day (en)

“Canadians?” joked the host. “I thought you would smell more like smoke.” It’s been that kind of season. Floods, droughts, warm waters that bathe three coasts, but above all smoke from forest fires from sea to sea and abroad. Yes, this is climate change, scientists say, and they expect more weather oddities to come.

Canale di Panama, a causa della siccità meno attraversamenti

2023-11-01T15:48+0100veritaeaffari (it)

Allarme siccità per il Canale di Panama. Le navi che possono attraversarlo ogni giorno verrà drasticamente ridotto nei prossimi mesi. Ciò è la prova del fatto che il cambiamento climatico sta ostacolando in modo sensibile il commercio globale. Il Canale di Panama – lungo 80 chilometri, utilizzato....

Revistas científicas también piden por acciones por el clima

2023-11-01T06:10+0100aimdigital (es)

Más de 200 revistas científicas dedicadas a la salud reclaman en una declaración publicada de forma conjunta que la ONU y los líderes políticos y profesionales de la salud de todo el mundo "reconozcan que el cambio climático y la pérdida de biodiversidad son una crisis indivisible y deben abordarse....

Salmon SWAT teams deployed in B.C to help fish during drought 0 10/31/2023 9:00:00 PM By: Rochelle Baker, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Canada's National Observer It's all part of a new pilot project. More >

2023-11-01T05:10+0100princegeorgecitizen (en)

A provincewide drought this summer dried up B.C. rivers and jeopardized the survival of already stressed salmon stocks. But for the first time, localized salmon SWAT teams mobilized quickly to tackle hot spots of concern on rivers across B.C. as part of a new pilot project, said Jane Pendray,....

Salmon SWAT teams deployed in B.C to help fish during drought 0 10/31/2023 9:00:00 PM By: Rochelle Baker, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Canada's National Observer It's all part of a new pilot project. More >

2023-11-01T05:05+0100tricitynews (en)

A provincewide drought this summer dried up B.C. rivers and jeopardized the survival of already stressed salmon stocks. But for the first time, localized salmon SWAT teams mobilized quickly to tackle hot spots of concern on rivers across B.C. as part of a new pilot project, said Jane Pendray,....

How a white hydrogen discovery could help global emissions efforts

2023-10-31T22:45+0100globalnews (en)

Scientists in northern France earlier this summer discovered what could be a massive deposit of the cheapest and greenest type of hydrogen. With many Canadians focused on climate change after a year of floods, fires and droughts, Canadian researchers said the find could represent a big step towards global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Middle East know-how can help feed drier, hotter world

2023-10-31T19:38+0100scidev (en)

The Middle East’s expertise in handling heat could be of benefit worldwide , writes Aly Abousabaa, director general of the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ( ICARDA) and CGIAR’s regional director for Central and West Asia and North Africa.

Pumpkin patches across Canada spooked by the howling of climate change

2023-10-31T16:18+0100crestonvalleyadvance (en)

Weather vagaries this year caused by climate change have turned the Halloween pumpkin harvest spooky. Pumpkins are displayed outside of a grocery store in Mount Prospect, Ill., Friday, Sept. 15, 2023. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP/Nam Y. Huh. Extreme weather caused by climate change — droughts followed by....

Challenges Arise for Canada’s Pumpkin Season Due to Droughts and Heavy Rain

2023-10-31T07:35+0100vervetimes (en)

This year’s pumpkin harvest in Canada and the United States is a stark reminder of the fact farmers are at the mercy of the weather gods. Climate change led to parts of the continent baking in severe heat this summer and other areas receiving heavy rain. Both extremes were bad for crops.

La Cina fa incetta di grano australiano e francese, mentre i danni al raccolto stimolano la corsa agli acquisti

2023-10-31T05:02+0100marketscreener (it)

La Cina si appresta ad importare volumi record di grano quest'anno, dicono le fonti commerciali, con i danni causati dalla pioggia al suo raccolto e le preoccupazioni per il clima secco nei Paesi esportatori, che alimentano la voglia di Pechino di acquistare mentre i prezzi sono bassi.

¿Cómo se beneficia la arqueología del cambio climático?

2023-10-31T00:42+0100eldeber (es)

El cambio climático rara vez trae algo bueno. Pero al menos la arqueología parece beneficiarse cuando los glaciares se derriten rápidamente, el permafrost retrocede cada vez más y los ríos o lagos se secan. Aunque en muchos casos los hallazgos sólo se hacen visibles con el deshielo, el aumento de la....

Spooky harvest: Droughts, heavy rain create challenge for Canada's pumpkin season

2023-10-31T00:33+0100cp24 (en)

Extreme weather caused by climate change — droughts followed by heavy rains — wreaked havoc with the pumpkin harvest across Canada this year. Nova Scotia pumpkin farmer Danny Dill said the spring planting season was extremely dry. A spell of hot weather and then nearly two weeks of historic....

Spooky harvest: Droughts, heavy rain create challenge for Canada's pumpkin season

2023-10-30T22:20+0100wn (en)

FREDERICTON — Extreme weather caused by climate change — droughts followed by heavy rains — wreaked havoc with the pumpkin harvest across Canada this year. Nova Scotia pumpkin farmer Danny Dill said the spring planting season was extremely dry. A spell of hot weather and then nearly two weeks of....

Spooky harvest: Droughts, heavy rain create challenge for Canada's pumpkin season 10/30/2023 1:37:37 PM

2023-10-30T22:00+0100timescolonist (en)

FREDERICTON — Extreme weather caused by climate change — droughts followed by heavy rains — wreaked havoc with the pumpkin harvest across Canada this year. Nova Scotia pumpkin farmer Danny Dill said the spring planting season was extremely dry. A spell of hot weather and then nearly two weeks of....

Spooky harvest: Droughts, heavy rain create challenge for Canada's pumpkin season 0 10/30/2023 1:37:37 PM

2023-10-30T21:52+0100tricitynews (en)

FREDERICTON — Extreme weather caused by climate change — droughts followed by heavy rains — wreaked havoc with the pumpkin harvest across Canada this year. Nova Scotia pumpkin farmer Danny Dill said the spring planting season was extremely dry. A spell of hot weather and then nearly two weeks of....

Spooky harvest: Droughts, heavy rain create challenge for Canada's pumpkin season

2023-10-30T21:52+0100princegeorgecitizen (en)

FREDERICTON — Extreme weather caused by climate change — droughts followed by heavy rains — wreaked havoc with the pumpkin harvest across Canada this year. Nova Scotia pumpkin farmer Danny Dill said the spring planting season was extremely dry. A spell of hot weather and then nearly two weeks of....

Landmark drought has B.C.’s salmon SWAT teams leaping into action

2023-10-30T19:17+0100crestonvalleyadvance (en)

By Rochelle Baker, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter CANADA’S NATIONAL OBSERVER. A province-wide drought this summer dried up B.C. rivers and jeopardized the survival of already stressed salmon stocks. But for the first time, localized salmon SWAT teams mobilized quickly to tackle hot spots of....

Blindspot: 0% Right6 sources Climate change: Droughts, heavy rain turn Canada’s pumpkin harvest spooky

2023-10-30T18:32+0100ground-news (en)

Climate change: Droughts, heavy rain turn Canada 's pumpkin harvest spooky. Severe weather across Canada caused by climate change has wreaked havoc with the pumpkin harvest this year. Nova Scotia pumpkin farmer Danny Dill says the spring planting season was arid because of wildfires, then heavy rains in the summer flooded his fields.

¿Cómo se beneficia la arqueología del cambio climático?

2023-10-30T18:32+0100deutschewelle-es (es)

El cambio climático rara vez trae algo bueno. Pero al menos la arqueología parece beneficiarse cuando los glaciares se derriten rápidamente, el permafrost retrocede cada vez más y los ríos o lagos se secan. Aunque en muchos casos los hallazgos sólo se hacen visibles con el deshielo, el aumento de la....

Climate change: Droughts, heavy rain turn Canada's pumpkin harvest spooky

2023-10-30T17:59+0100wn (en)

Severe weather across Canada caused by climate change has wreaked havoc with the pumpkin harvest this year. Nova Scotia pumpkin farmer Danny Dill says the spring planting season was arid because of wildfires, then heavy rains in the summer flooded his fields.

Climate change: Droughts, heavy rain turn Canada's pumpkin harvest spooky 0 10/30/2023 9:46:18 AM

2023-10-30T17:59+0100tricitynews (en)

Weather vagaries this year caused by climate change have turned the Halloween pumpkin harvest spooky. Pumpkins are displayed outside of a grocery store in Mount Prospect, Ill., Friday, Sept. 15, 2023. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP/Nam Y. Huh. Severe weather across Canada caused by climate change has wreaked havoc with the pumpkin harvest this year.

Climate change: Droughts, heavy rain turn Canada's pumpkin harvest spooky

2023-10-30T17:58+0100princegeorgecitizen (en)

Weather vagaries this year caused by climate change have turned the Halloween pumpkin harvest spooky. Pumpkins are displayed outside of a grocery store in Mount Prospect, Ill., Friday, Sept. 15, 2023. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP/Nam Y. Huh. Severe weather across Canada caused by climate change has wreaked havoc with the pumpkin harvest this year.

Climate change: Droughts, heavy rain turn Canada’s pumpkin harvest spooky

2023-10-30T17:55+0100globalnews (en)

Severe weather across Canada caused by climate change has wreaked havoc with the pumpkin harvest this year. Nova Scotia pumpkin farmer Danny Dill says the spring planting season was arid because of wildfires, then heavy rains in the summer flooded his fields. Dill, owner of Howard Dill Enterprises in Windsor, N.

Climate change: Droughts, heavy rain turn Canada's pumpkin harvest spooky 10/30/2023 9:46:18 AM

2023-10-30T17:55+0100timescolonist (en)

Weather vagaries this year caused by climate change have turned the Halloween pumpkin harvest spooky. Pumpkins are displayed outside of a grocery store in Mount Prospect, Ill., Friday, Sept. 15, 2023. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP/Nam Y. Huh. Severe weather across Canada caused by climate change has wreaked havoc with the pumpkin harvest this year.

Experts warn that the B.C. drought is leading to heightened flood risks and extensive damage.

2023-10-30T13:44+0100whatsnew2day (en)

The Capilano River in North Vancouver is pictured on July 11. The Capilano Watershed is among the 80 per cent of watersheds in British Columbia that are experiencing Level 4 or 5 drought conditions, indicating likely or almost certain devastation and environmental damage.

Carbon emissions can be attributed to nearly 40% of land burned by western wildfires.

2023-10-30T12:37+0100whatsnew2day (en)

Nearly 40% of the area of ​​forest burned by wildfires in the western United States and southwestern Canada in the past 40 years can be attributed to the carbon emissions associated with the world’s 88 largest fossil fuel producers and cement manufacturers, according to new research that seeks to retain oil.

Franco Traverso, l'imprenditore poliedrico: «Così ora produco acqua dall'energia solare»

2023-10-30T09:16+0100IlGazzettino (it)

CARMIGNANO DI BRENTA - La storia è quella di Franco Traverso , figlio di contadini dell'alta Padovana, campi di pianura sulla destra del fiume Brenta. A Carmignano una volta si coltivavano riso e tabacco. Adesso le fabbriche si addensano in una zona industriale che s'allarga, il Novecento aveva....

Maritime photographers chase vibrant fall colours

2023-10-29T02:50+0200barrie (en)

Some people chase storms. In the Maritimes right now photographers, videographers and drone pilots are chasing the fall colours. In places like Cape Breton, the vibrancy of the season is on full display in the leaves. Reds wrapped in green. Golds that glow. Oranges to punctuate a canopy of colour. “The trees here are just super yellow.

Sabanas y pastizales más secos almacenan más carbono que amortigua el clima de lo que se creía anteriormente

2023-10-28T22:33+0200noticiasdelatierra (es)

El estudio, publicado en Nature Climate Change , se basa en un nuevo análisis de conjuntos de datos de 53 experimentos de manipulación de incendios a largo plazo en todo el mundo, así como en una campaña de muestreo de campo en seis de esos sitios. Veinte investigadores de instituciones de todo el....

Maritime photographers chase vibrant fall colours

2023-10-28T16:30+0200ctvnews (en)

Some people chase storms. In the Maritimes right now photographers, videographers and drone pilots are chasing the fall colours. In places like Cape Breton, the vibrancy of the season is on full display in the leaves. Reds wrapped in green. Golds that glow. Oranges to punctuate a canopy of colour. “The trees here are just super yellow.

Canadian ranchers brace for long, lean winter after droughts, soaring feed costs

2023-10-27T17:04+0200CBC (en)

It could be a long, lean winter in cattle country as drought-ravaged western Canadian ranchers struggle to secure feed to get their livestock through the cold months. Near the town of Eastend in the southwest corner of Saskatchewan, Jocelyn Wasko and her husband Travis have spent much of the summer and fall preparing.

Estate e Inverno del 2003, stagioni con temperature eccezionali

2023-10-27T15:46+0200meteoweb (it)

Estate e inverno del 2003 sono state delle stagioni davvero eccezionali a livello meteo-climatico. L’estate 2003 è stata caratterizzata da un’ ondata di caldo anomala e persistente , con temperature record in tutta Europa. L’Italia ha registrato temperature massime superiori alla media di 8-10°C per....

Canadian ranchers brace for long, lean winter after droughts, soaring feed costs

2023-10-27T15:31+0200calgaryherald (en)

Still, after five consecutive years of very little rain on the property that Travis’ family has been ranching for more than a century, the parched land can only produce so much. That’s why the couple made the tough decision last year to downsize their herd, culling close to 20 per cent of their cows by sending them to slaughter at weaning time.

Canadian ranchers brace for long, lean winter after droughts, soaring feed costs 10/27/2023 1:00:00 AM

2023-10-27T15:17+0200princegeorgecitizen (en)

CALGARY It could be a long, lean winter in cattle country as drought-ravaged western Canadian ranchers struggle to secure feed to get their livestock through the cold months. Near the town of Eastend in the southwest corner of Saskatchewan, Jocelyn Wasko and her husband Travis have spent much of the summer and fall preparing.

Canadian ranchers brace for long, lean winter after droughts, soaring feed costs

2023-10-27T14:54+0200barrie (en)

CALGARY - It could be a long, lean winter in cattle country as drought-ravaged western Canadian ranchers struggle to secure feed to get their livestock through the cold months. Near the town of Eastend in the southwest corner of Saskatchewan, Jocelyn Wasko and her husband Travis have spent much of the summer and fall preparing.

Cattle farmers brace for the cold after drought, high feed costs

2023-10-27T14:26+0200globalnews (en)

It could be a long, lean winter in cattle country as drought-ravaged western Canadian ranchers struggle to secure feed to get their livestock through the cold months. Near the town of Eastend in the southwest corner of Saskatchewan, Jocelyn Wasko and her husband Travis have spent much of the summer and fall preparing.

Canadian ranchers brace for long, lean winter after droughts, soaring feed costs

2023-10-27T13:54+0200theglobeandmail (en)

It could be a long, lean winter in cattle country as drought-ravaged western Canadian ranchers struggle to secure feed to get their livestock through the cold months. Near the town of Eastend in the southwest corner of Saskatchewan, Jocelyn Wasko and her husband Travis have spent much of the summer and fall preparing.

Canadian ranchers brace for long, lean winter after droughts, soaring feed costs

2023-10-27T13:01+0200bnnbloomberg (en)

It could be a long, lean winter in cattle country as drought-ravaged western Canadian ranchers struggle to secure feed to get their livestock through the cold months. Near the town of Eastend in the southwest corner of Saskatchewan, Jocelyn Wasko and her husband Travis have spent much of the summer and fall preparing.

200 revistas científicas reclaman que el cambio climático sea declarado "crisis sanitaria global"

2023-10-27T11:49+0200lavanguardia (es)

Más de 200 revistas científicas dedicadas a la salud reclaman en una declaración publicada de forma conjunta que la ONU y los líderes políticos y profesionales de la salud de todo el mundo "reconozcan que el cambio climático y la pérdida de biodiversidad son una crisis indivisible y deben abordarse....

Canadian ranchers brace for long, lean winter after droughts, soaring feed costs CALGARY — It could be a long, lean winter in cattle country as drought-ravaged western Canadian ranchers struggle to secure feed to get their livestock through the cold months. Oct 27, 2023 1:00 AM Read more >

2023-10-27T10:11+0200timescolonist (en)

CALGARY — It could be a long, lean winter in cattle country as drought-ravaged western Canadian ranchers struggle to secure feed to get their livestock through the cold months. Near the town of Eastend in the southwest corner of Saskatchewan, Jocelyn Wasko and her husband Travis have spent much of the summer and fall preparing.

Canadian ranchers brace for long, lean winter after droughts, soaring feed costs

2023-10-27T10:06+0200financialpost (en)

Still, after five consecutive years of very little rain on the property that Travis’ family has been ranching for more than a century, the parched land can only produce so much. That’s why the couple made the tough decision last year to downsize their herd, culling close to 20 per cent of their cows by sending them to slaughter at weaning time.

Adapting to Climate Change: Vintners Warn of Potential Wine Shortages | CBC Radio

2023-10-26T20:04+0200whatsnew2day (en)

Sweltering summers and bitterly cold winters have hampered wine production in BC, with one winemaker warning that climate change could cultivate a crisis in the industry. “We won’t see it impact wine supply right away, but give it a few years and there will be quite a shortage,” said David Paterson,....

Agricultura en México prevé récord de exportación pero escasez interna

2023-10-26T11:37+0200lanetaneta (es)

México tendrá un récord de exportaciones agropecuarias al cierre de 2023 , de hasta 55 mil millones de dólares , pero también una escasez de ciertos alimentos que favorecerá un alza de precios , afirmó este martes Luis Fernando Haro , director general del Consejo Nacional Agropecuario (CNA).

La protesta degli agricoltori francesi parla anche di e con noi

2023-10-26T08:42+0200247libero (it)

La protesta degli agricoltori francesi che, al confine con la Spagna, hanno distrutto ed incendiato interi carichi di vino e prodotti agricoli spagnoli, è il segnale preoccupante di un malessere sempre più diffuso tra gli operatori del settore. Non è un caso che quest’episodio avviene proprio....

Scientists attribute this year’s worsened wildfire conditions in Quebec to climate change

2023-10-25T22:22+0200whatsnew2day (en)

The World Weather Attribution initiative, a UK-based group that estimates the contribution of climate change to individual weather events, found that our changing climate made the weather conditions that led to bushfires twice as likely. The study focused on Quebec, which experienced an....

Humanity Failing Miserably in Tackling Climate Crisis, Planetary Report Card Shows

2023-10-25T18:50+0200sciencetimes (en)

Earth's Vital Signs Shows the Planet Is in Crisis. A recent report led by Bill Ripple, published in BioScience on October 24, provides an assessment of the planet's status based on 35 "planetary vital signs" related to climate. The analysis reveals that humanity has set new records in 20 of these....

Naciones Unidas advierte sobre los "seis puntos de inflexión" que podrían causar "daños irreversibles" en la salud del planeta

2023-10-25T11:43+0200elperiodicomediterraneo (es)

La vida en la Tierra se sostiene sobre un delicado equilibrio. El estado de un bosque, por ejemplo, condiciona la vida de todas las formas de vida que habitan en él y estas, a su vez, dependen las unas de las otras para sobrevivir. ¿Pero qué pasa si una sola pieza de este delicado 'puzzle' empieza a....

Naciones Unidas advierte sobre los "seis puntos de inflexión" que podrían causar "daños irreversibles" en la salud del planeta

2023-10-25T11:21+0200eldia (es)

La vida en la Tierra se sostiene sobre un delicado equilibrio. El estado de un bosque, por ejemplo, condiciona la vida de todas las formas de vida que habitan en él y estas, a su vez, dependen las unas de las otras para sobrevivir. ¿Pero qué pasa si una sola pieza de este delicado 'puzzle' empieza a....

Naciones Unidas advierte sobre los "seis puntos de inflexión" que podrían causar "daños irreversibles" en la salud del planeta

2023-10-25T11:18+0200levante-emv (es)

La vida en la Tierra se sostiene sobre un delicado equilibrio. El estado de un bosque, por ejemplo, condiciona la vida de todas las formas de vida que habitan en él y estas, a su vez, dependen las unas de las otras para sobrevivir. ¿Pero qué pasa si una sola pieza de este delicado 'puzzle' empieza a....

Naciones Unidas advierte sobre los "seis puntos de inflexión" que podrían causar "daños irreversibles" en la salud del planeta

2023-10-25T11:16+0200sport-es (es)

La vida en la Tierra se sostiene sobre un delicado equilibrio. El estado de un bosque, por ejemplo, condiciona la vida de todas las formas de vida que habitan en él y estas, a su vez, dependen las unas de las otras para sobrevivir. Pero qué pasa si una sola pieza de este delicado 'puzzle' empieza a....

Naciones Unidas advierte sobre los "seis puntos de inflexión" que podrían causar "daños irreversibles" en la salud del planeta

2023-10-25T11:16+0200diariodeibiza (es)

La vida en la Tierra se sostiene sobre un delicado equilibrio. El estado de un bosque, por ejemplo, condiciona la vida de todas las formas de vida que habitan en él y estas, a su vez, dependen las unas de las otras para sobrevivir. ¿Pero qué pasa si una sola pieza de este delicado 'puzzle' empieza a....

Naciones Unidas advierte sobre los "seis puntos de inflexión" que podrían causar "daños irreversibles" en la salud del planeta

2023-10-25T11:15+0200DiarioDeMallorca (es)

La dinámica está clara. "A medida que extraemos de forma indiscriminada los recursos hídricos , dañamos la naturaleza y contaminamos la Tierra nos acercamos peligrosamente a varios 'puntos de inflexión' que podrían destruir los pilares de los que depende la vida", afirma Zita Sevesvari , autora....

Naciones Unidas advierte sobre los "seis puntos de inflexión" que podrían causar "daños irreversibles" en la salud del planeta

2023-10-25T11:15+0200FaroDeVigo (es)

La vida en la Tierra se sostiene sobre un delicado equilibrio. El estado de un bosque, por ejemplo, condiciona la vida de todas las formas de vida que habitan en él y estas, a su vez, dependen las unas de las otras para sobrevivir. ¿Pero qué pasa si una sola pieza de este delicado 'puzzle' empieza a....

Naciones Unidas advierte sobre los "seis puntos de inflexión" que podrían causar "daños irreversibles" en la salud del planeta

2023-10-25T11:14+0200laprovincia (es)

La vida en la Tierra se sostiene sobre un delicado equilibrio. El estado de un bosque, por ejemplo, condiciona la vida de todas las formas de vida que habitan en él y estas, a su vez, dependen las unas de las otras para sobrevivir. ¿Pero qué pasa si una sola pieza de este delicado 'puzzle' empieza a....

Naciones Unidas advierte sobre los "seis puntos de inflexión" que podrían causar "daños irreversibles" en la salud del planeta

2023-10-25T11:14+0200lanuevaespana (es)

La vida en la Tierra se sostiene sobre un delicado equilibrio. El estado de un bosque, por ejemplo, condiciona la vida de todas las formas de vida que habitan en él y estas, a su vez, dependen las unas de las otras para sobrevivir. ¿Pero qué pasa si una sola pieza de este delicado 'puzzle' empieza a....

Alza de precios por carencia de ciertos alimentos en México

2023-10-25T10:12+0200yucatan (es)

GUADALAJARA (EFE).— México tendrá un récord de exportaciones agropecuarias al cierre de 2023 de hasta 55,000 millones de dólares, pero también una escasez de ciertos alimentos que favorecerá un alza de precios, afirmó ayer Luis Fernando Haro, director general del Consejo Nacional Agropecuario (CNA).

El sector agrícola de México prevé un récord de exportaciones en 2023 pero escasez interna

2023-10-25T04:30+0200elperiodicodemexico (es)

Guadalajara (México), 24 oct (EFE).- México tendrá un récord de exportaciones agropecuarias al cierre de 2023, de hasta 55,000 millones de dólares, pero también una escasez de ciertos alimentos que favorecerá un alza de precios, afirmó este martes Luis Fernando Haro, director general del Consejo Nacional Agropecuario (CNA).

Sector agrícola de México prevé récord de exportaciones en 2023, pero escasez interna

2023-10-24T21:38+0200lopezdoriga (es)

El director del Consejo Nacional Agropecuario detalló que en México hay una escasez de ciertos alimentos que favorecerá un alza de precios. México tendrá un récord de exportaciones agropecuarias al cierre de 2023 , de hasta 55 mil millones de dólares , pero también una escasez de ciertos alimentos....

El sector agrícola de México prevé un récord de exportaciones en 2023 pero escasez interna

2023-10-24T20:53+0200infobae (es)

Guadalajara (México), 24 oct (EFE).- México tendrá un récord de exportaciones agropecuarias al cierre de 2023, de hasta 55.000 millones de dólares, pero también una escasez de ciertos alimentos que favorecerá un alza de precios, afirmó este martes Luis Fernando Haro, director general del Consejo Nacional Agropecuario (CNA).

Clima, Unicef: “Oltre 43 milioni di bambini sfollati in 6 anni”

2023-10-24T15:07+0200avanti (it)

Secondo una nuova analisi dell’UNICEF, pubblicata di recente, i disastri legati al clima hanno causato 43,1 milioni di bambini sfollati interni in 44 Paesi in un periodo di sei anni, ovvero circa 20.000 bambini sfollati al giorno. Una situazione assolutamente catastrofica.

A 10 ANNI DA PRIMA PASTA DI GRANO 100% ITALIANO SU TAVOLE È BOOM PASTA PUGLIESE

2023-10-24T09:31+0200ruvesi (it)

E’ corsa alla pasta Made in Italy fatta in Puglia con gli acquisti all’estero cresciuti in valore del 15,4% nel primo semestre del 2023 rispetto allo stesso periodo dell’anno precedente, trainata dalla tendenza dei consumatori mondiali a cercare prodotti fatti in Italia.

B.C. State of Emergency Extended as Northeast Wildfires Threatened by Incoming Winds – Breaking:

2023-10-24T08:22+0200whatsnew2day (en)

Emergency Management Minister Bowinn Ma says British Columbia is extending the state of emergency due to ongoing bushfires that have devastated parts of the province. Ma announced the two-week extension in a provincial update on droughts and wildfires on Thursday.

Better data, management of water needed for Canada's agri-food sector: report

2023-10-24T04:30+0200calgaryherald (en)

“Water is a strategic asset for Canada , and an increasingly critical and important one,” said Tyler McCann, CAPI managing director and report co-author. “We need to do a better job understanding its value, understanding that it’s an asset that can and should be leveraged, but an asset that also needs to be conserved and managed.

Better data, management of water needed for Canada’s agri-food sector: report

2023-10-23T17:34+0200financialpost (en)

“Water is a strategic asset for Canada , and an increasingly critical and important one,” said Tyler McCann, CAPI managing director and report co-author. “We need to do a better job understanding its value, understanding that it’s an asset that can and should be leveraged, but an asset that also needs to be conserved and managed.

E' corsa alla pasta Made in Italy fatta in Puglia

2023-10-23T10:48+0200247libero (it)

con gli acquisti all'estero cresciuti in valore del 15,4% nel primo semestre del 2023 rispetto allo stesso periodo dell'anno precedente, trainata dalla tendenza dei consumatori mondiali a cercare prodotti fatti in Italia. E' quanto emerge da un'analisi Coldiretti Puglia, sui dati ISTAT Coeweb....

Boom pasta Made in Italy fatta in Puglia: +15,4% nel primo semestre 2023

2023-10-23T09:43+0200statoquotidiano (it)

FOGGIA – E’ corsa alla pasta Made in Italy fatta in Puglia con gli acquisti all’estero cresciuti in valore del 15,4% nel primo semestre del 2023 rispetto allo stesso periodo dell’anno precedente, trainata dalla tendenza dei consumatori mondiali a cercare prodotti fatti in Italia.

Il Pentagono accusa Pechino di voler raddoppiare il suo arsenale nucleare entro il 2030

2023-10-20T09:11+0200asianews (it)

CINA. Un rapporto pubblicato dal Pentagono sostiene che Pechino stia mirando a raddoppiare il suo arsenale nucleare portandolo dalle attuali 400 testate a oltre 1.000 entro il 2030. Ad oggi, secondo lo Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, la Russia ha un arsenale nucleare di circa 5.

What happens when extreme weather hits several places at once?

2023-10-18T16:35+0200livemint (en)

Between J 10th and July 16th, more than 100m Americans were warned by their government of “potentially deadly" temperatures. Swathes of Asia and Europe are broiling. China’s temperature record was shattered; people sought relief from the heat in bomb shelters.

Prezzi, Filiera Italia: bene contrasto all’inflazione ma sanzioni a chi acquista sotto costi produzione

2023-10-18T14:38+0200quotidianodifoggia (it)

(Adnkronos) – "Bene l’impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del “trimestre anti-inflazione" ma con i dovuti distinguo". Ad affermarlo in una nota è Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia, in occasione....

Prezzi, Filiera Italia: bene contrasto all’inflazione ma sanzioni a chi acquista sotto costi produzione

2023-10-18T14:17+0200rete55 (it)

(Adnkronos) – "Bene l’impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del “trimestre anti-inflazione" ma con i dovuti distinguo". Ad affermarlo in una nota è Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia, in occasione....

Nazionali Oggi alle 13:49 Prezzi, Filiera Italia: bene contrasto all’inflazione ma sanzioni a chi acquista sotto costi produzione

2023-10-18T14:16+0200oglioponews (it)

(Adnkronos) – “Bene l’impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del “trimestre anti-inflazione” ma con i dovuti distinguo”. Ad affermarlo in una nota è Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia, in occasione....

Prezzi, Filiera Italia: bene contrasto all’inflazione ma sanzioni a chi acquista sotto costi produzione

2023-10-18T14:15+0200Quotidianodibari (it)

(Adnkronos) – "Bene l’impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del “trimestre anti-inflazione" ma con i dovuti distinguo". Ad affermarlo in una nota è Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia, in occasione....

Prezzi, Filiera Italia: bene contrasto all'inflazione ma sanzioni a chi acquista sotto costi produzione

2023-10-18T14:14+0200tiscali-it (it)

Roma, 17 ott. (Adnkronos) - "Bene l’impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del “trimestre anti-inflazione" ma con i dovuti distinguo". Ad affermarlo in una nota è Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia,....

Prezzi, Filiera Italia: bene contrasto all’inflazione ma sanzioni a chi acquista sotto costi produzione

2023-10-18T14:05+0200laragione (it)

Roma, 17 ott. (Adnkronos) – “Bene l’impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del “trimestre anti-inflazione” ma con i dovuti distinguo”. Ad affermarlo in una nota è Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia,....

Prezzi, Filiera Italia: bene contrasto all’inflazione ma sanzioni a chi acquista sotto costi produzione

2023-10-18T14:03+0200meteoweb (it)

Roma, 17 ott. (Adnkronos) – “Bene l?impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del ?trimestre anti-inflazione” ma con i dovuti distinguo”. Ad affermarlo in una nota è Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia,....

Prezzi, Filiera Italia: bene contrasto all’inflazione ma sanzioni a chi acquista sotto costi produzione

2023-10-18T14:02+0200strettoweb (it)

Roma, 17 ott. (Adnkronos) – “Bene l?impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del ?trimestre anti-inflazione” ma con i dovuti distinguo”. Ad affermarlo in una nota è Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia,....

Prezzi, Filiera Italia: bene contrasto all'inflazione ma sanzioni a chi acquista sotto costi produzione

2023-10-18T14:01+0200247libero (it)

"Bene l’impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del “trimestre anti-inflazione" ma con i dovuti distinguo". Ad affermarlo in una nota è Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia, in occasione del tavolo....

13:49 Prezzi, Filiera Italia: bene contrasto all'inflazione ma sanzioni a chi acquista sotto costi produzione

2023-10-18T13:58+0200affaritaliani (it)

Roma, 17 ott. (Adnkronos) - "Bene l’impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del “trimestre anti-inflazione" ma con i dovuti distinguo". Ad affermarlo in una nota è Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia,....

Prezzi, Filiera Italia: bene contrasto all'inflazione ma sanzioni a chi acquista sotto costi produzione

2023-10-18T13:57+0200gazzettadimodena (it)

Roma, 17 ott. (Adnkronos) - "Bene l’impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del “trimestre anti-inflazione" ma con i dovuti distinguo". Ad affermarlo in una nota è Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia,....

Prezzi, Filiera Italia: bene contrasto all'inflazione ma sanzioni a chi acquista sotto costi produzione

2023-10-18T13:55+0200lanuovaferrara (it)

Roma, 17 ott. (Adnkronos) - "Bene l’impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del “trimestre anti-inflazione" ma con i dovuti distinguo". Ad affermarlo in una nota è Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia,....

Prezzi, Filiera Italia: bene contrasto all'inflazione ma sanzioni a chi acquista sotto costi produzione

2023-10-18T13:55+0200lagazzettadelmezzogiorno (it)

Roma, 17 ott. (Adnkronos) - "Bene l’impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del “trimestre anti-inflazione" ma con i dovuti distinguo". Ad affermarlo in una nota è Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia,....

Prezzi, Filiera Italia: bene contrasto all'inflazione ma sanzioni a chi acquista sotto costi produzione

2023-10-18T13:54+0200corriereadriatico (it)

Roma, 17 ott. (Adnkronos) - "Bene l impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del trimestre anti-inflazione" ma con i dovuti distinguo". Ad affermarlo in una nota è Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia, in....

Prezzi, Filiera Italia: bene contrasto all'inflazione ma sanzioni a chi acquista sotto costi produzione

2023-10-18T13:53+0200adnkronos (it)

"Bene l’impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del “trimestre anti-inflazione" ma con i dovuti distinguo". Ad affermarlo in una nota è Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia, in occasione del tavolo....

Prezzi, Filiera Italia: bene contrasto all'inflazione ma sanzioni a chi acquista sotto costi produzione

2023-10-18T13:53+0200gazzettadireggio (it)

Roma, 17 ott. (Adnkronos) - "Bene l’impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del “trimestre anti-inflazione" ma con i dovuti distinguo". Ad affermarlo in una nota è Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia,....

Tavolo permanente anti inflazione con Urso e Lollobrigida. Filiera italia: Bene contrasto all’inflazione ma sanzioni a chi approfitta ed acquista sotto i costi di produzione

2023-10-17T18:14+0200agricolae (it)

“Bene l’impegno comune per cercare di tenere fermi i prezzi di beni alimentari di prima necessità inseriti nel carrello del “trimestre anti-inflazione" ma con i dovuti distinguo” ha detto Luigi Scordamaglia, amministratore delegato di Filiera Italia, in occasione del tavolo permanente....

TAVOLO PERMANENTE ANTI INFLAZIONE CON URSO E LOLLOBRIGIDA. FILIERA ITALIA: “BENE CONTRASTO ALL’INFLAZIONE MA SANZIONI A CHI APPROFITTA ED ACQUISTA SOTTO I COSTI DI PRODUZIONE”

2023-10-17T17:03+0200agenparl (it)

(AGENPARL) – mar 17 ottobre 2023 [image: logo_filiera.png] TAVOLO PERMANENTE ANTI INFLAZIONE CON URSO E LOLLOBRIGIDA. FILIERA ITALIA: “BENE CONTRASTO ALL’INFLAZIONE MA SANZIONI A CHI APPROFITTA ED ACQUISTA SOTTO I COSTI DI PRODUZIONE” Roma, 17 ottobre – “Bene l’impegno comune per cercare di tenere....

Fight with forest fires far beyond helicopters, fire extinguishers: Official

2023-10-15T19:20+0200aa-en (en)

ANKARA. Officials should work to prevent forest fires from breaking out instead of just trying to put out blazes and curb casualties and material damage, according to a Turkish forest engineer. From earthquakes, wildfires, and droughts to floods, landslides, cyclones, and storms, 2023 has been a....

Fight With Forest Fires Far Beyond Helicopters, Fire Extinguishers: Official

2023-10-15T18:45+0200haberler-en (en)

Officials should work to prevent forest fires from breaking out instead of just trying to put out blazes and curb casualties and material damage, according to a Turkish forest engineer. From earthquakes, wildfires, and droughts to floods, landslides, cyclones, and storms, 2023 has been a catastrophic year by surpassing previous years' statistics.

Disasters displaced some 43m children

2023-10-15T13:37+0200manilastandard-ph (en)

Weather-related disasters forcibly displaced a staggering 43.1 million children across 44 countries over the past six years, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said. That figure translates into an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day. The findings are contained in UNICEF’s latest....

OBSERVER: A summer of extremes captured by Copernicus

2023-10-12T21:36+0200copernicus (en)

“This is the reality of a boiling planet.” These were the words of Ursula von der Leyen, during her State of the European Union address last month. Though this is hyperbole — as nowhere in the world are we close to boiling water temperatures — the President of the European Commission’s choice of....

What climate mess looks like in photos

2023-10-12T11:02+0200greenpeace (en)

October marks the end of summer for the northern hemisphere. And this year was another long, painful summer, with a greater number of people and livelihoods affected by the new climate reality all around the world. From the devastating floods in Libya where over 11,000 people lost their lives , and....

Milano SICCITÀ E CRISI IDRICA: L’ESTATE DEL 2035 RACCONTATA DA UN PODCAST

2023-10-12T02:12+0200welfarenetwork (it)

CHE MIRA A SENSIBILIZZARE SUI PROBLEMI DEL CAMBIAMENTO CLIMATICO. Arriva The Source, tra governo dei nuovi influencer e scafisti che trasportano i ricchi in Scandinavia. Un progetto di climate fiction di Gruppo CAP, gestore del servizio idrico integrato della Città Metropolitana di Milano, che prefigura un’Italia senz’acqua e senza mass media.

Extreme heat will increase in 2023 and will be even worse than 2022

2023-10-11T11:43+0200bullfrag (en)

In fact, 2023 will mark the tenth consecutive year where temperatures are at least one degree—on average—above the pre-industrial average. The Earth is expected to experience a temperature increase of between 1.08º and 1.32º Celsius above the average recorded in 1900, which was when we began to burn fossil fuels.

Vendemmia 2023, allarme dell’UIV: il vino italiano rischia un “corto circuito”

2023-10-10T12:37+0200dissapore (it)

La vendemmia 2023 è, in termini quantitativi, una delle peggiori di sempre per il vino italiano: per l'UIV si rischia il "corto circuito". All’orizzonte si stanno ammassando nubi tempestose, ma parlare di “fulmine a ciel sereno” significherebbe peccare di ingenuità.

Africa: Weather-Related Disasters Displace 43.1 Million Children in Six Years, Unicef Reports

2023-10-10T09:01+0200allafrica (en)

Weather-related disasters forcibly displaced a staggering 43.1 million children across 44 countries over the past six years, the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) said on Friday. That figure translates to an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day.

La grave sequía desencadena las primeras extinciones de plantas y aves en Las Tablas de Daimiel

2023-10-10T05:33+0200elpais (es)

Un ejemplar de escribano palustre iberoriental. Iván Alambiaga. De la masiega que crecía en el Parque Nacional de Las Tablas de Daimiel (Ciudad Real) solo queda algún retazo. Las formaciones de esta planta, consideradas hábitat de interés prioritario por Europa y el paisaje más característico del....

Circa 43,1 milioni di bambini sono stati sfollati dalle loro case per i disastri causati dal cambiamento climatico

2023-10-09T17:24+0200infodata (it)

Secondo un nuovo rapporto dell’UNICEF , dal titolo “Children Displaced in a Changing Climate”, dal 2016 al 2021 circa 43,1 milioni di bambini sono stati sfollati dalle loro case a causa di disastri legati al clima . Fanno circa 20.000 bambini sfollati al giorno.

Unicef: sono 43,1 milioni i bambini sfollati per la crisi climatica

2023-10-09T13:41+0200aise (it)

GINEVRA\ aise\ - I disastri legati al clima hanno causato 43,1 milioni di bambini sfollati interni in 44 Paesi in un periodo di sei anni, ovvero circa 20.000 bambini sfollati al giorno. È quanto emerge da “Children Displaced in a Changing Climate” , la prima analisi globale del numero di bambini....

Climate crisis has displaced 43 million children in six years

2023-10-09T06:05+0200kpl (en)

(KPL/Prensa Latina) The climate crisis has forcibly displaced 43.1 million children in 44 countries over the last six years, according to estimates by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). The figure is equivalent to the displacement of an average of 20,000 children a day, the UN agency said....

In Real Life: Blocking The Sun

2023-10-09T04:03+0200eastoregonian (en)

Do drastic times for our climate call for drastic measures? That is the question governments around the world are asking themselves as the impacts of climate change take an increasingly deadly toll on the earth.Plagued with raging wildfires and relentless heatwaves, some countries are now turning....

In Real Life: Blocking The Sun

2023-10-09T03:12+0200mycouriertribune (en)

Do drastic times for our climate call for drastic measures? That is the question governments around the world are asking themselves as the impacts of climate change take an increasingly deadly toll on the earth.Plagued with raging wildfires and relentless heatwaves, some countries are now turning....

In Real Life: Blocking The Sun

2023-10-09T03:00+0200guampdn (en)

Do drastic times for our climate call for drastic measures? That is the question governments around the world are asking themselves as the impacts of climate change take an increasingly deadly toll on the earth.Plagued with raging wildfires and relentless heatwaves, some countries are now turning....

In Real Life: Blocking The Sun

2023-10-09T02:43+0200messenger-inquirer (en)

Do drastic times for our climate call for drastic measures? That is the question governments around the world are asking themselves as the impacts of climate change take an increasingly deadly toll on the earth.Plagued with raging wildfires and relentless heatwaves, some countries are now turning....

Scripps News In Real Life: Blocking The Sun Meg Hilling, Zach Toombs, Jia Li, John Stish 6:00 PM, Oct 08, 2023

2023-10-09T02:37+0200koaa (en)

Do drastic times for our climate call for drastic measures? That is the question governments around the world are asking themselves as the impacts of climate change take an increasingly deadly toll on the earth. Plagued with raging wildfires and relentless heatwaves, some countries are now turning....

Scripps News In Real Life: Blocking The Sun Meg Hilling, Zach Toombs, Jia Li, John Stish 7:00 PM, Oct 08, 2023

2023-10-09T02:33+0200kxxv (en)

Do drastic times for our climate call for drastic measures? That is the question governments around the world are asking themselves as the impacts of climate change take an increasingly deadly toll on the earth. Plagued with raging wildfires and relentless heatwaves, some countries are now turning....

Scripps News In Real Life: Blocking The Sun Meg Hilling, Zach Toombs, Jia Li, John Stish 8:00 PM, Oct 08, 2023

2023-10-09T02:25+0200wkbw (en)

Do drastic times for our climate call for drastic measures? That is the question governments around the world are asking themselves as the impacts of climate change take an increasingly deadly toll on the earth. Plagued with raging wildfires and relentless heatwaves, some countries are now turning....

Scripps News In Real Life: Blocking The Sun Meg Hilling, Zach Toombs, Jia Li, John Stish 8:00 PM, Oct 08, 2023

2023-10-09T02:17+0200abcactionnews (en)

Do drastic times for our climate call for drastic measures? That is the question governments around the world are asking themselves as the impacts of climate change take an increasingly deadly toll on the earth. Plagued with raging wildfires and relentless heatwaves, some countries are now turning....

Scripps News In Real Life: Blocking The Sun Meg Hilling, Zach Toombs, Jia Li, John Stish 5:00 PM, Oct 08, 2023

2023-10-09T02:10+0200ksby (en)

Do drastic times for our climate call for drastic measures? That is the question governments around the world are asking themselves as the impacts of climate change take an increasingly deadly toll on the earth. Plagued with raging wildfires and relentless heatwaves, some countries are now turning....

Nature’s S.O.S for disappearing species

2023-10-08T20:28+0200pakistantoday (en)

Mother Nature and its species are disappearing at an alarming speed. Since the industrial revolution, our planet’s environment has been changing rapidly due to the excessive emission of greenhouse gases and chlorofluorocarbons, causing significant harm to both Mother Nature and its species.

Water, Vol. 15, Pages 3509: Compound Extremes of Droughts and Pluvials: A Review and Exploration of Spatio-Temporal Characteristics and Associated Risks in the Canadian Prairies

2023-10-08T11:32+0200mdpi (en)

The Canadian Prairies are associated with high natural hydroclimatic variability including the frequent periodic occurrence of droughts and pluvials. These extremes carry various risks including significant damage to the economy, environment and society.

Leer: Granada y el cambio climático

2023-10-08T08:38+0200elsaltodiario (es)

El origen antropogénico y las consecuencias del cambio climático forman parte del Currículo obligatorio de la ESO y Bachillerato desde hace más de 25 años y es un tema recurrente en prensa y televisión. Sin embargo, a pesar de que los récords de temperaturas, los fenómenos meteorológicos extremos,....

Climate crisis has displaced 43 million children in six years

2023-10-08T07:02+0200plenglish (en)

The figure is equivalent to the displacement of an average of 20,000 children a day, the UN agency said in its report Displaced Children in a Changing Climate, the first global analysis of child displacement caused by floods, storms, droughts and wildfires.

UNICEF: Around 43 million children displaced by climate change

2023-10-08T04:30+0200humnews-pk (en)

WEB DESK: A United Nations report released on Friday reveals that more than 43 million children have been displaced due to extreme weather events linked to climate change between 2016 and 2021. According to DW , The report, compiled by United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF),....

9.7 million Filipino kids displaced by disasters – Unicef

2023-10-07T23:42+0200inquirer (en)

The Unicef report was the first global analysis of the number of children driven away from their homes between 2016 and 2021 due to floods, storms, droughts, and wildfires, and looks at projections for the next 30 years. Based on the analysis, there were 43.

Millones de niños son desplazados por fenómenos climáticos extremos

2023-10-07T18:39+0200elperiodicodemexico (es)

ANIRUDDHA GHOSAL y CAMILLE FASSETT | Los Angeles Times. Tormentas, inundaciones, incendios forestales y otros fenómenos climáticos extremos provocaron poco más de 43 millones de desplazamientos que involucraron a niños entre 2016 y 2021, de acuerdo con un informe de las Naciones Unidas.

Quando arrivano freddo e neve in Italia

2023-10-07T11:13+0200247libero (it)

L’estate 2023 è stata una delle più roventi degli ultimi anni. I mesi di luglio e settembre in particolare sono stati considerati i più caldi di sempre da quando si fanno rilevazioni statistiche. Un’estate che sembra non volerci abbandonare. Anche per gli inizi di ottobre infatti le temperature....

Quando arrivano freddo e neve in Italia

2023-10-07T10:58+0200money-it (it)

L’estate 2023 è stata una delle più roventi degli ultimi anni. I mesi di luglio e settembre in particolare sono stati considerati i più caldi di sempre da quando si fanno rilevazioni statistiche. Un’estate che sembra non volerci abbandonare. Anche per gli inizi di ottobre infatti le temperature....

Over 43mn kids displaced by floods, storms, droughts, wildfires between 2016-2021

2023-10-07T07:45+0200dtnext (en)

GENEVA: The Unicef has revealed that more than 43 million children have been displaced from their homes by floods, storms, droughts and wildfires over the six years between 2016 and 2021. According to the new Unicef report, titled Children Displaced in a Changing Climate, the figure works out to....

La derecha española como factor de calentamiento global

2023-10-07T07:27+0200Publico-ES (es)

El líder del PP y candidato a la Presidencia del Gobierno, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, saluda a su salida de la segunda votación de la investidura del líder del Partido Popular, en el Congreso de los Diputados, a 29 de septiembre de 2023, en Madrid (España).- Eduardo Parra / Europa Press.

Over 43 million children displaced by floods, storms, droughts, wildfires between 2016-2021

2023-10-07T06:51+0200businessinsider-in (en)

According to the new Unicef report, titled Children Displaced in a Changing Climate , the figure works out to 20,000 children displaced every single day due to extreme weather fueled by climate change. According to the analysis, China and the Philippines are among the countries that recorded the....

Extreme weather displaced 43m children in past six years: UNICEF

2023-10-07T04:37+0200dailytimesPK (en)

Weather-related disasters forcibly displaced a staggering 43.1 million children in 44 countries over six years or approximately 20,000 child displacements a day – according to a new UNICEF analysis. ‘Children Displaced in a Changing Climate’ is the first global analysis of the number of children....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T23:32+0200startribune (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

AP News Summary at 12:59 p.m. EDT

2023-10-06T19:12+0200eagletribune (en)

Imprisoned activist Narges Mohammadi has won the Nobel Peace Prize. She has campaigned for women’s rights, democracy and against the death penalty in Iran for years. The 51-year-old has kept up her activism despite numerous arrests. She has remained a leading light for nationwide, women-led....

Floods, storms and fires displaced 20,000 children every day over past six years, UNICEF report finds

2023-10-06T19:00+0200saudigazette (en)

NEW YORK — More than 43 million children have been driven from their homes by floods, storms, droughts and wildfires over the six years between 2016 and 2021, according to new data from UNICEF. That works out to 20,000 children displaced every single day due to extreme weather fueled by climate change.

Cambiamenti climatici: Unicef, “43,1 milioni di bambini sfollati interni in 44 Paesi in 6 anni, circa 20.000 al giorno”

2023-10-06T17:53+0200difesapopolo (it)

, la prima analisi globale del numero di bambini costretti ad abbandonare le proprie case tra il 2016 e il 2021 a causa di inondazioni, tempeste, siccità e incendi, ed esamina le proiezioni per i prossimi 30 anni. “Le inondazioni e le tempeste hanno causato 40,9 milioni – ovvero il 95% – degli....

AP News Summary at 10:56 a.m. EDT

2023-10-06T17:19+0200eagletribune (en)

WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation’s employers added 336,000 jobs in September, an unexpectedly robust gain and the largest monthly rise since January, evidence that many companies remain confident enough to keep hiring despite high interest rates and a hazy outlook for the economy.

Millones de niños han sido desplazados por eventos climáticos: UNICEF

2023-10-06T16:52+0200voanoticias (es)

Tormentas, inundaciones, incendios y otros fenómenos meteorológicos extremos provocaron más de 43 millones de desplazamientos de niños entre 2016 y 2021, según un informe de Naciones Unidas. Más de 113 millones de desplazamientos de niños ocurrirán en las próximas tres décadas, estimó el informe de....

Extreme weather events expected to displace millions of children: UNICEF

2023-10-06T16:44+0200fresnobee (en)

Extreme weather events could displace millions of children over the next three decades, according to a new report from the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). The analysis found that 43.1 million child displacements over the last six years, or 20,000 child displacements per day, were linked to weather-related disasters.

Extreme weather events expected to displace millions of children: UNICEF

2023-10-06T16:43+0200idahostatesman (en)

Extreme weather events could displace millions of children over the next three decades, according to a new report from the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). The analysis found that 43.1 million child displacements over the last six years, or 20,000 child displacements per day, were linked to weather-related disasters.

AP News Summary at 10:31 a.m. EDT

2023-10-06T16:39+0200eagletribune (en)

WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation’s employers added 336,000 jobs in September, an unexpectedly robust gain and the largest monthly rise since January, evidence that many companies remain confident enough to keep hiring despite high interest rates and a hazy outlook for the economy.

Extreme weather events expected to displace millions of children: UNICEF

2023-10-06T16:39+0200myrtlebeachonline (en)

Extreme weather events could displace millions of children over the next three decades, according to a new report from the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). The analysis found that 43.1 million child displacements over the last six years, or 20,000 child displacements per day, were linked to weather-related disasters.

Extreme weather events expected to displace millions of children: UNICEF

2023-10-06T16:38+0200bnd (en)

Extreme weather events could displace millions of children over the next three decades, according to a new report from the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). The analysis found that 43.1 million child displacements over the last six years, or 20,000 child displacements per day, were linked to weather-related disasters.

Extreme weather events expected to displace millions of children: UNICEF

2023-10-06T16:36+0200islandpacket (en)

Extreme weather events could displace millions of children over the next three decades, according to a new report from the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). The analysis found that 43.1 million child displacements over the last six years, or 20,000 child displacements per day, were linked to weather-related disasters.

Extreme weather events expected to displace millions of children: UNICEF

2023-10-06T16:36+0200charlotteobserver (en)

Extreme weather events could displace millions of children over the next three decades, according to a new report from the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). The analysis found that 43.1 million child displacements over the last six years, or 20,000 child displacements per day, were linked to weather-related disasters.

Weather-related disasters caused 20,000 child displacements a day between 2016 to '21: UNICEF

2023-10-06T16:23+0200newindianexpress (en)

NEW YORK: Weather-related disasters caused 20,000 child displacements a day, reveals a new UNICEF analysis. Children Displaced in a Changing Climate is the first global analysis of the number of children driven from their homes between 2016 and 2021 due to floods, storms, droughts and wildfires, and looks at projections for the next 30 years.

Standard » Weather disasters displaced 43 million children in 6 years, UNICEF says

2023-10-06T16:08+0200kenyamoja (en)

The miseries of long, drawn-out disasters like droughts are often underreported. Children had to leave their homes at least 1.3 million times because of drought in the years covered by the report more than half of them in Somalia but this is likely an undercount, the report said.

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events

2023-10-06T16:05+0200naharnet-ar (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of Children Displaced Due To Extreme Weather. Climate Change Will Make It Worse

2023-10-06T16:03+0200time (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

UNICEF: Millones de niños son desplazados por fenómenos climáticos extremos

2023-10-06T15:03+0200latimes (es)

Tormentas, inundaciones, incendios forestales y otros fenómenos climáticos extremos provocaron poco más de 43 millones de desplazamientos que involucraron a niños entre 2016 y 2021, de acuerdo con un informe de las Naciones Unidas. En las próximas tres décadas habrá más de 113 millones de....

Unicef: nel mondo 43,1mln di bambini sfollati a causa del cambiamento climatico

2023-10-06T15:02+0200247libero (it)

Siccità, tempeste, alluvioni e incendi tra il 2016 e il 2021 hanno causato lo sfollamento di 43,1 milioni di bambini in tutto mondo. È quanto emerge dal rapporto “Children Displaced in a Change Climate” realizzato dal Fondo delle Nazioni Unite per l’infanzia (Unicef). “È l’equivalente di circa 20.000 bambini sfollati al giorno.

Unicef: nel mondo 43,1mln di bambini sfollati a causa del cambiamento climatico

2023-10-06T14:40+0200ladiscussione (it)

Siccità, tempeste, alluvioni e incendi tra il 2016 e il 2021 hanno causato lo sfollamento di 43,1 milioni di bambini in tutto mondo. È quanto emerge dal rapporto “Children Displaced in s Change Climate” realizzato dal Fondo delle Nazioni Unite per l’infanzia (Unicef). “È l’equivalente di circa 20.000 bambini sfollati al giorno.

Weather-related disasters displace 43.1 million children in six years, UNICEF reports

2023-10-06T14:38+0200un-sustainabledevelopment (en)

That figure translates to an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day. The findings are contained in UNICEF ’s latest report, Children Displaced in a Changing Climate, the first ever global analysis of child displacements caused by floods, storms, droughts and wildfires. It also projects future trends for the next three decades.

Ventimila bambini al giorno costretti a fuggire per colpa del clima (e di chi nega l'emergenza)

2023-10-06T13:47+0200huffingtonpost-Italia (it)

30 ottobre 2022. Nel sud delle Filippine, la famiglia Baraguir si trova in un centro di evacuazione dopo essere stata sfollata dalla propria casa a causa della grave tempesta tropicale Nalgae. Sono una delle 30 famiglie ospitate in questo centro di evacuazione. 21 settembre 2022.

AP News Summary at 6:29 a.m. EDT

2023-10-06T12:46+0200eagletribune (en)

Jailed Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi wins the Nobel Peace Prize for fighting women's oppression. Imprisoned activist Narges Mohammadi has won the Nobel Peace Prize. She has campaigned for women’s rights, democracy and against the death penalty in Iran for years.

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T12:13+0200sunstar (en)

STORMS, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the Unicef report released....

Weather Disasters Displaced 43 Million Children in 6 Years, UNICEF Says

2023-10-06T11:58+0200voanews (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

UNICEF: Extreme weather events displace millions of children

2023-10-06T11:57+0200infomigrants (en)

Extreme weather events — among them floods, droughts, storms and wildfires — associated with the climate crisis led to over 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. At the current rate of climate change, more than 100 million children....

Cambiamenti climatici: Unicef, “43,1 milioni di bambini sfollati interni in 44 Paesi in 6 anni, circa 20.000 al giorno”

2023-10-06T11:56+0200agensir (it)

“I disastri legati al clima hanno causato 43,1 milioni di bambini sfollati interni in 44 Paesi in un periodo di sei anni, ovvero circa 20.000 bambini sfollati al giorno”. Lo denuncia oggi l’Unicef, nel rapporto “Children Displaced in a Changing Climate” , la prima analisi globale del numero di....

Cambiamenti climatici: Unicef, “43,1 milioni di bambini sfollati interni in 44 Paesi in 6 anni, circa 20.000 al giorno”

2023-10-06T11:56+0200avveniredicalabria (it)

“I disastri legati al clima hanno causato 43,1 milioni di bambini sfollati interni in 44 Paesi in un periodo di sei anni, ovvero circa 20.000 bambini sfollati al giorno”. Lo denuncia oggi l’Unicef, nel rapporto “Children Displaced in a Changing Climate” , la prima analisi globale del numero di....

UN: Millions of children in Asia displaced by weather-related events

2023-10-06T11:40+0200rfa (en)

More than 43 million children were internally displaced over six years due to climate change-exacerbated, weather-related disasters, with China, India and the Philippines leading the chart in absolute numbers, a U.N. agency said in a new report. “While the link between climate change and....

Weather-related disasters displace 43.1 million children in six years, UNICEF reports

2023-10-06T10:24+0200bna-en (en)

New York, Oct. 6 (BNA): Weather-related disasters forcibly displaced a staggering 43.1 million children across 44 countries over the past six years, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said on Friday. That figure translates to an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day.

Unicef alerta que 20.000 menores son desplazados cada día por el cambio climático

2023-10-06T09:42+0200burgosconecta (es)

Del Caribe a Asia y de África a América del Norte, los desastres naturales dibujan una gran mancha en el mapa del mundo con las huellas de los niños que tienen que abandonar sus hogares y comunidades debido a los incendios, las sequías o las inundaciones.

Weather-related disasters displace 43.1 million children in six years, UNICEF reports

2023-10-06T09:37+0200globalissues (en)

That figure translates to an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day. The findings are contained in UNICEF ’s latest report, Children Displaced in a Changing Climate, the first ever global analysis of child displacements caused by floods, storms, droughts and wildfires. It also projects future trends for the next three decades.

Weather-related disasters displace 43.1 million children in six years, UNICEF reports

2023-10-06T09:07+0200devdiscourse (en)

SHARE; Weather-related disasters forcibly displaced a staggering 43.1 million children across 44 countries over the past six years, the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) said on Friday. That figure translates to an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day.

Unicef alerta que 20.000 menores son desplazados cada día por el cambio climático

2023-10-06T08:37+0200laverdad (es)

Del Caribe a Asia y de África a América del Norte, los desastres naturales dibujan una gran mancha en el mapa del mundo con las huellas de los niños que tienen que abandonar sus hogares y comunidades debido a los incendios, las sequías o las inundaciones.

Unicef: “La crisi climatica ha causato 43,1 milioni di bambini sfollati”

2023-10-06T08:26+0200interris (it)

I dati del rapporto di Unicef “Children Displaced in a Changing Climate” parla di oltre 43 milioni di bambini e minori sfollati a causa dei cambiamenti climatici: siccità, incendi, cicloni e inondazioni. Clima: Unicef, crisi ha causato 43,1 milioni di bambini sfollati.

Extreme weather displaced 43 mln children in past six years, UNICEF reports

2023-10-06T08:14+0200app-en (en)

UNITED NATIONS, Oct 06 (APP): Weather-related disasters forcibly displaced a staggering 43.1 million children in 44 countries over six years ­ or approximately 20,000 child displacements a day – according to a new UNICEF analysis. ‘Children Displaced in a Changing Climate’ is the first global....

Millones de niños son desplazados por fenómenos climáticos extremos

2023-10-06T07:57+0200esdelatino-com (es)

Tormentas, inundaciones, incendios forestales y otros fenómenos meteorológicos extremos provocaron poco más de 43 millones de desplazamientos de niños entre 2016 y 2021, según un informe de las Naciones Unidas. En las próximas tres décadas habrá más de 113 millones de desplazamientos de menores,....

Millions of children displaced due to extreme weather events

2023-10-06T07:52+0200cgtn (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million children being displaced between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated a UNICEF report released on Friday,....

Unicef "La crisi climatica ha causato 43,1 milioni di bambini sfollati"

2023-10-06T07:38+0200ticinonews (it)

I disastri legati al clima hanno causato 43,1 milioni di bambini sfollati interni in 44 paesi del mondo in un periodo di sei anni, ovvero circa 20'000 al giorno. La siccità ha causato più di 1,3 milioni di bambini sfollati interni, gli incendi invece 810mila.

Ancora caldo anomalo poi El Niño: i suoi effetti sull’inverno. Ecco cosa aspettarsi /

2023-10-06T07:33+0200LaNazione (it)

Firenze, 6 ottobre 2023 – Quanto durerà il caldo anomalo di queste settimane? E’ sicuro che, almeno fino al 10 ottobre, tutta la Penisola, Toscana compresa, sarà caratterizzata da temperature sopra le medie stagionali e bel tempo. Ma lo scenario potrebbe cambiare per prossimi mesi con l’ingresso del....

Unicef alerta que 20.000 menores son desplazados cada día por el cambio climático

2023-10-06T07:15+0200leonoticias (es)

Del Caribe a Asia y de África a América del Norte, los desastres naturales dibujan una gran mancha en el mapa del mundo con las huellas de los niños que tienen que abandonar sus hogares y comunidades debido a los incendios, las sequías o las inundaciones.

UNICEF: Millones de niños son desplazados por fenómenos climáticos extremos

2023-10-06T07:14+0200sandiegouniontribune (es)

Tormentas, inundaciones, incendios forestales y otros fenómenos climáticos extremos provocaron poco más de 43 millones de desplazamientos que involucraron a niños entre 2016 y 2021, de acuerdo con un informe de las Naciones Unidas. En las próximas tres décadas habrá más de 113 millones de....

Unicef alerta que 20.000 menores son desplazados cada día por el cambio climático

2023-10-06T07:13+0200elcomercio-es (es)

Del Caribe a Asia y de África a América del Norte, los desastres naturales dibujan una gran mancha en el mapa del mundo con las huellas de los niños que tienen que abandonar sus hogares y comunidades debido a los incendios, las sequías o las inundaciones.

Unicef alerta que 20.000 menores son desplazados cada día por el cambio climático

2023-10-06T07:12+0200DiarioVasco (es)

Del Caribe a Asia y de África a América del Norte, los desastres naturales dibujan una gran mancha en el mapa del mundo con las huellas de los niños que tienen que abandonar sus hogares y comunidades debido a los incendios, las sequías o las inundaciones.

Weather-related disasters displace 43.1 million children in six years, UNICEF reports

2023-10-06T07:07+0200un-org (en)

That figure translates to an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day. The findings are contained in UNICEF ’s latest report, Children Displaced in a Changing Climate, the first ever global analysis of child displacements caused by floods, storms, droughts and wildfires. It also projects future trends for the next three decades.

Unicef alerta que 20.000 menores son desplazados cada día por el cambio climático

2023-10-06T07:04+0200diarioSur (es)

Del Caribe a Asia y de África a América del Norte, los desastres naturales dibujan una gran mancha en el mapa del mundo con las huellas de los niños que tienen que abandonar sus hogares y comunidades debido a los incendios, las sequías o las inundaciones.

Unicef alerta que 20.000 menores son desplazados cada día por el cambio climático

2023-10-06T07:04+0200abc-Andalucia (es)

Del Caribe a Asia y de África a América del Norte, los desastres naturales dibujan una gran mancha en el mapa del mundo con las huellas de los niños que tienen que abandonar sus hogares y comunidades debido a los incendios, las sequías o las inundaciones.

UNICEF: Extreme weather events displace millions of children

2023-10-06T06:51+0200deutschewelle-en (en)

Extreme weather events — among them floods, droughts, storms and wildfires — associated with the climate crisis led to over 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. At the current rate of climate change, more than 100 million children....

Eventi meteo estremi, UNICEF: 43,1 milioni di bambini sfollati

2023-10-06T06:38+0200meteoweb (it)

Gli eventi meteo estremi hanno causato 43,1 milioni di bambini sfollati interni in 44 Paesi del mondo in un periodo di 6 anni, ovvero circa 20mila al giorno. La siccità ha causato più di 1,3 milioni di bambini sfollati interni, gli incendi invece 810mila.

Millions of children displaced due to extreme weather events

2023-10-06T06:07+0200japantoday (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children displaced due to extreme weather events

2023-10-06T05:55+0200inquirer (en)

READ: Climate crisis exposes millions of children to dangers of frequent heatwave The miseries of long, drawn-out disasters like droughts are often underreported. Children had to leave their homes at least 1.3 million times because of drought in the years covered by the report more than half of them....

Up to 20,000 children displaced every day by storms, floods and wildfires, UNICEF says

2023-10-06T05:17+0200skynews (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth's atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, according to the research.

Up to 20,000 children displaced every day by storms, floods and wildfires, UNICEF says

2023-10-06T05:15+0200coastfm (en)

Storms, floods and wildfires led to more than 43 million displacements of children between 2016 and 2021, UNICEF has said. The UN agency also warned that 100 million more children could be displaced by extreme weather over the next 30 years. Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent....

Weather-related disasters displace 43.1 million children in six years, UNICEF reports Weather-related disasters forcibly displaced a staggering 43.1 million children across 44 countries over the past six years, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said on Friday.

2023-10-06T05:12+0200un-news (en)

That figure translates to an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day. The findings are contained in UNICEF ’s latest report, Children Displaced in a Changing Climate, the first ever global analysis of child displacements caused by floods, storms, droughts and wildfires. It also projects future trends for the next three decades.

UNICEF: 43.1M Children Displaced by Weather Disasters in 6 Years

2023-10-06T05:07+0200miragenews (en)

That figure translates to an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day. The findings are contained in UNICEF 's latest report, Children Displaced in a Changing Climate, the first ever global analysis of child displacements caused by floods, storms, droughts and wildfires. It also projects future trends for the next three decades.

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme …

2023-10-06T04:52+0200wearecentralpa (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:40+0200wtva (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Climate Change Exacerbates Displacement of Millions of Children from Extreme Weather Events

2023-10-06T02:37+0200vervetimes (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:36+0200news-gazette (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:33+0200yakimaherald (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme …

2023-10-06T02:23+0200wowktv (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:23+0200ABCnews (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:19+0200actionnewsjax (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:15+0200independent-UK (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:13+0200sandiegouniontribune (en)

The worst drought in more than 50 years scorched the once-fertile pastures the family relied on, leaving them barren. So, bundling only a few clothes and some utensils into sacks, they moved to a camp in the capital Mogadishu, where Ibrahim, who dreams of being a doctor, is now going to school for the first time.

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:13+0200apnews (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:13+0200kob (en)

The miseries of long, drawn-out disasters like droughts are often underreported. Children had to leave their homes at least 1.3 million times because of drought in the years covered by the report — more than half of them in Somalia — but this is likely an undercount, the report said.

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:12+0200wftv (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:12+0200wsoctv (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:12+0200thecourier (en)

Storms, floods and wildfires caused over 43 million displacements of children between 2016 and 2021 and threaten to displace 100 million more children over the next 30 years, Unicef has said. Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the....

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:11+0200pressandjournal (en)

Storms, floods and wildfires caused over 43 million displacements of children between 2016 and 2021 and threaten to displace 100 million more children over the next 30 years, Unicef has said. Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the....

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:08+0200eveningtelegraph (en)

Storms, floods and wildfires caused over 43 million displacements of children between 2016 and 2021 and threaten to displace 100 million more children over the next 30 years, Unicef has said. Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the....

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef01:01

2023-10-06T01:07+0200belfasttelegraph (en)

Storms, floods and wildfires caused over 43 million displacements of children between 2016 and 2021 and threaten to displace 100 million more children over the next 30 years, Unicef has said. Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the....

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:04+0200independent-UK (en)

Storms, floods and wildfires caused over 43 million displacements of children between 2016 and 2021 and threaten to displace 100 million more children over the next 30 years, Unicef has said. Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the....

Texas y Oklahoma sufren un doble golpe de clima severo e inundaciones repentinas el miércoles

2023-10-05T01:47+0200notiulti (es)

en Texas traerá aguaceros generalizados y algunas tormentas eléctricas miércoles, con un clima particularmente severo y una amenaza de inundaciones repentinas centradas en las partes norte del estado de la estrella solitaria. El Centro de Predicción de Tormentas ha emitido alertas de tormentas....

El Niño: We’re in hot water

2023-10-04T21:57+0200qz (en)

That force is El Niño, the naturally occurring climate pattern that is characterized by warm surface waters in the central and eastern Pacific O cean. During an El Niño, trade winds weaken and warm water is pushed east toward the west coasts of the Americas, .

B.C. wildfires: Satellite photos reveal damage can be seen from space

2023-10-04T20:54+0200globalnews (en)

Wildfires that raged across British Columbia this year have left lasting marks on the environment. A satellite called Copernicus took images of the fire-scarred land — red-brown areas marking where wildfires destroyed significant landmarks and vegetation.

Aumento dei prezzi dei prodotti alimentari, i rincari di luglio 2023

2023-10-04T16:18+0200quifinanza (it)

A settembre , secondo le stime preliminari dell’ Istat , l’ inflazione registra un ulteriore, seppur lieve, rallentamento, fissandosi al +5,3% . Il calo è soprattutto dovuto all’andamento dei prezzi dei beni alimentari, la cui crescita sull’anno si riduce sensibilmente, pur restando su valori che comunque possiamo definire alti (+8,6%).

Perché il prezzo della pasta non diminuisce

2023-10-04T15:21+0200europa-today (it)

il dilemma Perché il prezzo della pasta non diminuisce. Il grano costa meno ma sugli scaffali dei supermercati non si vede. La risposta è da cercare lontano: che cosa aspettarsi Nel bel mezzo del trimestre anti inflazione ci si chiede perché il prezzo della pasta sia ancora così alto.

Perché il prezzo della pasta non diminuisce

2023-10-04T15:12+0200citynews (it)

il dilemma Perché il prezzo della pasta non diminuisce. Il grano costa meno ma sugli scaffali dei supermercati non si vede. La risposta è da cercare lontano: che cosa aspettarsi Nel bel mezzo del trimestre anti inflazione ci si chiede perché il prezzo della pasta sia ancora così alto.

El Nino in arrivo, freddo siberiano e forti nevicate: rischio eventi estremi. Dove e quando colpirà

2023-10-04T10:06+0200IlGazzettino (it)

Lo spiega all'ANSA il meteorologo e climatologo del Cnr, Giulio Betti, che esclude inoltre una correlazione tra El Nino e la fase di caldo fuori stagione che sta attraversando l'Italia. L'anticiclone - spiega - è più legato alle grandi anomalie regionali in Europa, dove le temperature del mare sono eccezionalmente alte.

The Great Climate Flip-Flop

2023-10-03T20:24+0200theatlantic (en)

The discovery of abrupt climate changes has been spread out over the past fifteen years, and is well known to readers of major scientific journals such as Scienceand Nature.The abruptness data are convincing. Within the ice sheets of Greenland are annual layers that provide a record of the gases....

Il caldo anomalo durerà fino all'inizio della prossima settimana

2023-10-03T18:51+0200gazzettadiparma (it)

Dovrebbero durare almeno fino al 10 ottobre le anomale temperature di questi giorni. Ed è ancora presto per valutare gli effetti del fenomeno climatico 'El Nino', anche se è certo che da novembre e marzo, quando produrrà i suoi effetti in Europa, ridimensionerà le anomalie termiche anche in Italia.

El Niño 2023: What is this weather phenomenon and which STATES in Mexico will be affected?

2023-10-03T18:10+0200bullfrag (en)

there are phenomena meteorological that have a serious impact around the world, one of them is the Southern Oscillation event ( ENOS ), which causes a heating superficial in the Pacific Ocean, you may know this change as “ He Child. This one has the peculiarity of causing floods and torrential....

Bolivia: Bombardearán nubes para combatir la sequía

2023-10-03T17:47+0200agroavances (es)

“Se realizará la técnica del bombardeo de nubes para poder generar lluvias y poder aumentar el nivel de los embalses naturales o artificiales y también para aumentar el nivel de los ríos (…). La fecha del inicio del bombardeo va ser el 15 de octubre”, informó Juan Carlos Calvimontes, viceministro de Defensa Civil.

Another Year For the Record Books: A Recap of the Main Extreme Weather Events in Summer 2023

2023-10-03T04:24+0200earth-org (en)

also experienced shocking temperatures this summer. In Xinjiang, a province in northwest China, temperature reached 52.2C. The capital Beijing also experienced temperatures past 40C for several weeks, and in mid-July saw its second highest temperature ever recorded since 1961.

Le zone climatiche del pianeta stanno cambiando: dovremo ridisegnare le mappe!

2023-10-03T01:55+0200blueplanetheart (it)

Su Yale Environment 360 Nicola Jones, una giornalista freelance che scrive su Nature Scientific American, Globe and Mail, New Scientist e per l’università della British Columbia, si occupa di un tema spesso ignorato ma che ha già forti impatti sulla vita di milioni di persone: lo “slittamento” delle zone climatiche.

'Bombardearán nubes' para combatir la sequía

2023-10-03T01:09+0200eldeber (es)

“Se realizará la técnica del bombardeo de nubes para poder generar lluvias y poder aumentar el nivel de los embalses naturales o artificiales y también para aumentar el nivel de los ríos (…) . La fecha del inicio del bombardeo va ser el 15 de octubre ”, informó Juan Carlos Calvimontes, viceministro de Defensa Civil.

Beavers pose methane problem in the Arctic

2023-10-02T19:49+0200rcinet-ca-en (en)

Climate change is driving beavers north (Stephen Shikaze/Via Radio Canada ) Climate change is helping beavers colonize the Arctic, and those beavers are in turn causing more climate change. A study by Alaskan researchers that looked at aerial and satellite photos of Alaska’s Arctic tundra between....

I castori ora vivono nell’Ombrone ma Ispra e Ministero non li vogliono di Matteo Scardigli

2023-10-02T11:28+0200iltirreno (it)

GROSSETO. Sono due anni che se ne parla, da quando furono avvistati per la prima volta. L’Ordine dei dottori agronomi e dottori forestali di Siena promosse anche un convegno dal titolo “La ricomparsa del castoro nel centro Italia: motivo di preoccupazione o grande opportunità?”.

Storica stagione degli incendi in Canada, le cifre della catastrofe

2023-10-02T08:39+0200meteoweb (it)

Da Est a Ovest , il Canada ha vissuto una stagione degli incendi storica che è iniziata molto presto in primavera e si è protratta per oltre 5 mesi. Il Paese stato colpito da eventi sempre più estremi. Un’area grande quanto la Tunisia è già andata in fumo: più di 18 milioni di ettari sono stati....

Trees Are Dying at Shocking Rates — Understanding How Could Ultimately Save Them

2023-10-01T14:54+0200inverse (en)

in the 2022 Annual Review of Plant Biology. Droughts have struck many of these ecosystems before, but what’s different now are the supercharged “ hotter droughts ” brought on by sizzling temperatures. And more dramatic forest die-offs are on their way, warn Hartmann and his colleagues.

B.C. Climate News: Nearly $1 billion in wildfire costs push B.C.’s projected deficit | Canadian farmers reel from drought and heat

2023-09-30T20:14+0200vancouversun (en)

costs helps to push B.C.’s projected deficit to $6.7B • Students gather in Montreal to rage against threat of climate change • Record rainfall and flooding in New York • Canadian farmers reel from drought and heat. Since the 1800s, human activities have been the main driver of climate change, mainly....

Gotland and Shailene Woodley challenge the world to save water with ugly lawns

2023-09-29T12:50+0200einnews (en)

VISBY, GOTLAND, SWEDEN, September 29, 2023 / EINPresswire.com / -- Shailene Woodley, ”Big Little Lies”-star and environmental activist, has teamed up with the Swedish island Gotland. With The World’s Ugliest Lawn-contest Gotland challenges the world to save water and share images of ugly dry lawns.

Non solo meta glamour per le vacanze: la vendemmia “eroica” di Santorini, tra siccità e forti venti

2023-09-29T10:37+0200winenews (it)

É la più glamour tra le isole greche, amata dai giovani di tutta Europa per la sua vita notturna e per il suo mix tra divertimento e bellezza del paesaggio, ma Santorini vanta anche una radicata tradizione vitivinicola. Negli ultimi anni l’isola deve affrontare - come accade ormai anche in altri....

China trade council asks U.S. to carefully consider tech investment ban

2023-09-29T08:02+0200dunyanews (en)

Deputy Defence Minister Yunus-Bek Yevkurov also attended the meeting.MOSCOW (Reuters) Russian President Vladimir Putin met Andrei Troshev, formerly a top Wagner mercenary commander, to discuss... Waterways are drying, and river levels are historically low. Droughts also impact fishing.

La NOAA anuncia sus predicciones de invierno para EE.UU: ¿habrá calor o frío?

2023-09-28T23:18+0200lanacion-AR (es)

del planeta acaba de comenzar , pero la perspectiva de los expertos en el clima en Estados Unidos ya tiene como foco principal la próxima temporada invernal, que iniciará oficialmente a partir del viernes 22 de diciembre de 2023. Este período podría tener algunos rasgos distintos respecto a los años....

Atlantic’s Fever: How Searing Temperatures Shield Costa Rica from 2023’s Hyperactive Hurricane Season

2023-09-28T18:10+0200costaricantimes (en)

A Season of Surprises: As we witness the unfolding of the 2023 hurricane season, it’s unmistakable that it’s one draped in anomalies, characterized by heightened intensity yet surprisingly less destruction, especially for the regions near the vibrant Costa Rica.

Los humos de los incendios forestales de Canadá cruzan de nuevo el Atlántico en septiembre

2023-09-28T12:15+0200tiempo-es (es)

Los humos de los incendios forestales de Canadá cruzan de nuevo el Atlántico en septiembre. Los humos generados por los persistentes megaincendios forestales en Canadá han cruzado de nuevo el Atlántico Norte hasta afectar a las Islas Británicas y más allá, algo extraño en otoño 28/09/2023 11:00 5....

The hottest summer in Canada and Quebec since 1950

2023-09-28T10:45+0200thetimeshub (en)

According to UN Secretary-General António Guterres, “climate collapse has begun.” < /p>Open in full screen mode. Heat waves, droughts, floods, fires: 2023 will probably be the hottest year in history, according to the European observatory Copernicus. Radio- Canada . In Canada, the summer of 2023 was the hottest observed since 1950.

Threatened grasslands in southwestern Saskatchewan officially protected

2023-09-28T06:44+0200thetimeshub (en)

Open in full screen mode. The Cave Pasture conservation project aims to conserve more than 500,000 hectares by 2030. Wendyam Valentin Compaore (Consult the profile) Wendyam Valentin Compaore. The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has announced the official protection of a large expanse of grassland....

Understanding El Niño: Effects on Quebec’s Climate and Potential Winter Storms

2023-09-27T22:11+0200archyde (en)

2023-09-27 19:30:00. After a few years of dormancy, the El Niño climatic phenomenon has made a comeback since July in the Pacific Ocean. According to the American Oceanic and Atmospheric Observation Agency, it has a 71% probability of being of “strong” amplitude and a 95% probability of lasting until March 2024.

Vendemmia, Dop Santorini (Grecia): crolla quantità ma qualità alta

2023-09-27T14:36+0200askanews (it)

Milano, 27 set. (askanews) – Ha raggiunto solo il 30% della media annuale la vendemmia della Dop Santorini che si è appena conclusa nell’isola più meridionale dell’arcipelago delle Cicladi, in Grecia. Un crollo nella produzione dovuto alla siccità invernale, seguita dai forti venti primaverili, da....

Atmosphere, Vol. 14, Pages 1494: Analysis of Hotspots and Trends in Soil Moisture Research since the 21st Century

2023-09-27T14:21+0200mdpi (en)

presents the collaborative network of the top 20 countries in terms of publication count. The level of refinement in the network reflects the depth of research exchange, and the number of national publications indicates each country’s investment in this research area [ 27 ].

Driving Agricultural Innovation: How Low HP Tractors Are Changing the Farming Landscape 2023-2028

2023-09-27T13:50+0200globenewswire (en)

report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The global low horsepower (HP) tractor market has experienced significant growth, with the market size reaching an impressive 2,550 thousand units in 2022. The market is poised for further expansion, and is anticipated to reach 3,303 thousand units by 2028.

El Niño Foreshadows New Challenges to Global Gas Market

2023-09-26T22:23+0200bnef (en)

By Daniela Li, Global Gas, BloombergNEF. El Niño conditions have developed in the tropical Pacific for the first time in seven years, according to the World Meteorological Organization. The onset of the first El Niño weather pattern in the region since 2016 foreshadows new challenges to an already delicate global gas balance.

The 2023 World Sister Cities Forum was held in Jinan, Shandong Province All walks of life discussed green development and low-carbon life

2023-09-26T11:13+0200tellerreport (en)

Jinan, September 9 (Sun Tingting) The 25 World Sister Cities Forum and Sister Province and State Leaders Conference opened in Jinan, Shandong Province on the 2023th. Envoys from more than 25 countries and regions, including China, Germany, Canada and South Africa, leaders of international sister....

Global warming: 90% of emissions heat absorbed by the ocean

2023-09-25T18:03+0200unric (en)

Global average sea surface temperatures play a crucial role in shaping climate patterns and marine ecosystems. These temperatures have reached record highs , which is impacting both the marine environment and the economy of the affected regions. Recently, the World Metrological Organization ( WMO )....

Incendi, la resilienza delle foreste dipende dalla capacità delle piante di rispondere al fuoco

2023-09-25T17:36+0200greenreport (it)

Quest’anno si è registrato un ammontare record di incendi nell’emisfero boreale, uno scenario che rischia di essere sempre più probabile con l’avanzare della crisi climatica. Con l’aumento delle temperature e il protrarsi delle condizioni di siccità, aumentano infatti le possibilità di incendi....

Not even the fall colours can escape climate change's impacts: scientists

2023-09-23T17:34+0200barrie (en)

However, scientists say shifting or intensifying weather conditions brought about by climate change could increasingly alter when this colour show begins each year, how long it lasts and how brilliant it is. "Climate change has different impacts in different areas of Canada and globally," said Ingo....

As wildfires worsen, Canada's space agency wants to become firefighters' eye in the sky

2023-09-23T16:04+0200CBC (en)

In an illustration, the European Space Agency's Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellite is depicted orbiting the Earth. Canada currently relies on its instruments to monitor and predict wildfire behaviour from space. But the Canadian Space Agency wants to launch its own dedicated wildfire satellite.

Anticipating the Impact of Climate Change on Autumn Foliage: Understanding the Shift in Fall Colors

2023-09-23T14:45+0200vervetimes (en)

Anyone who lives in a part of the country with trees that shed their leaves in the fall – like beeches, birches, oaks, ashes and the ever popular maple tree – knows to expect a brilliant display of yellow, orange and red foliage each October. Some provincial governments, like those of Quebec,....

Not even the fall colours can escape climate change's impacts: scientists

2023-09-23T14:25+0200ctvnews (en)

However, scientists say shifting or intensifying weather conditions brought about by climate change could increasingly alter when this colour show begins each year, how long it lasts and how brilliant it is. "Climate change has different impacts in different areas of Canada and globally," said Ingo....

Wildfire smoke is reversing years of air pollution progress in California and the West, new study finds

2023-09-21T19:36+0200dailybreeze (en)

The smoke that blew into the Bay Area this week, after what has been a blissfully mild wildfire season in California so far this summer, has rekindled an unhealthy and growing trend: Many of the the improvements America has made in reducing air pollution since 2000 are now being diminished —....

Wildfire smoke is reversing years of air pollution progress in California and the West, new study finds

2023-09-21T19:32+0200dailynews (en)

The smoke that blew into the Bay Area this week, after what has been a blissfully mild wildfire season in California so far this summer, has rekindled an unhealthy and growing trend: Many of the the improvements America has made in reducing air pollution since 2000 are now being diminished —....

Wildfire smoke is reversing years of air pollution progress in California and the West, new study finds

2023-09-21T19:30+0200whittierdailynews (en)

The smoke that blew into the Bay Area this week, after what has been a blissfully mild wildfire season in California so far this summer, has rekindled an unhealthy and growing trend: Many of the the improvements America has made in reducing air pollution since 2000 are now being diminished —....

9m Climate impacts to boundary waters like the Great Lakes focus of new U-M center

2023-09-21T15:54+0200mlive (en)

ANN ARBOR – University of Michigan researchers will help lead a new effort focused on climate change resilience among Indigenous communities in areas with transboundary waters – starting with the Great Lakes. Climate change threatens water resources across North America and around the world with....

Wildfire smoke is reversing years of air pollution progress

2023-09-20T17:02+0200eastbaytimes (en)

Most of California has enjoyed a blissfully mild fire season so far this year, following heavy winter rains and snows that soaked the state and ended its three-year drought. But as smoke blew in Tuesday and Wednesday from wildfires burning hundreds of miles away near the Oregon border, Bay Area....

Wildfire smoke is reversing years of air pollution progress

2023-09-20T17:02+0200mercurynews (en)

Most of California has enjoyed a blissfully mild fire season so far this year, following heavy winter rains and snows that soaked the state and ended its three-year drought. But as smoke blew in Tuesday and Wednesday from wildfires burning hundreds of miles away near the Oregon border, Bay Area....

Grano in rialzo grazie al ritorno degli importatori, mais e soia fermi dopo i minimi

2023-09-20T14:13+0200marketscreener (it)

Il grano di Chicago è salito mercoledì, grazie alla rinnovata domanda da parte dei principali importatori, che ha contribuito a compensare la pressione delle grandi forniture del Mar Nero. Il mais è rimasto stabile, mantenendosi al di sopra di un minimo di quasi tre anni, mentre i semi di soia sono....

"Valli mirandolesi preziose per gli scienziati"

2023-09-20T05:58+0200ilrestodelcarlino (it)

L’habitat delle Valli mirandolesi fonte di preziose informazioni per etologi che conducono ricerche sulla avifauna. E’ così che è nata una stretta collaborazione scientifica tra il Centro Educazione Ambientale e Sostenibilità (Ceas) del Comune di Mirandola, che da decenni ha in custodia e gestione....

Wildfire in Canada: Affected Residents Evacuated in British Columbia Due to Raging Fires

2023-09-19T10:45+0200natureworldnews (en)

The latest report showed that the emergence Glen Lake Wildfires on Sunday. The wildfire resulted in evacuations of affected residents in Central Okanagan, Cariboo Regions and Sunshine Coast. People are advised to stay alert for possible wildfires. Authorities are investigating the fire, which could likely be due to human-caused.

Weather tracker: Australia bakes in spring heatwave while US hit by 14 storms

2023-09-18T10:20+0200guardian (en)

The spring heatwave in Australia is set to continue this week, with record temperatures expected for inland areas of South Australia, New South Wales and Victoria. In Sydney, temperatures have already reached 34.2C, which is more than 12C higher than the September average.

Will the EU’s €720 million gamble on firefighting planes pay off?

2023-09-17T09:18+0200euronews-en (en)

Lenarcic revealed that manufacturer De Havilland Canada has agreed to re-launch production of the iconic "Canadair" aircraft if the EU orders are placed. But with prices for Canadair water scoopers starting at around €30 million, will the EU’s plane gamble pay off? What is a Canadair aka, the Super....

Incendi, estate da record nell’emisfero Nord

2023-09-16T15:58+0200teleambiente (it)

Lo confermano i dati del monitoraggio di Copernicus. 2023 da record nell’ emisfero Nord . A confermarlo i dati del Servizio di monitoraggio dell’atmosfera di Copernicus (Cams), basati sulle emissioni e sul trasporto dei fumi associati agli incendi. Dal maggio scorso, nell’emisfero boreale, gli....

El tiempo en Sotocorona: “El infierno no es nada”. El inquietante fenómeno: qué hay detrás

2023-09-16T13:51+0200onunoticias (es)

“El cambio climático no provoca incendios, pero puede provocar largos períodos de sequía, y cuando estallan incendios, o alguien los inicia, se convierte en un gran problema”. Paolo Sotocorona, meteorólogo de La7, explica la relación entre el calentamiento climático, los incendios y algunos....

Sottocorona: "L'inferno è nulla", il fenomeno meteo allarmante VIDEO

2023-09-16T12:42+0200zazoom-it (it)

(Di sabato 16 settembre 2023) Il "cambiamento climatico non appicca incendi ma può dare periodi di siccità talmente lunghi che poi quando gli incendi partono, o qualcuno li fa partire, diventa poi un problema enorme". Paolo Sottocorona , il meteo rologo di La7, spiega la relazione tra il....

Copernicus: incendi boschivi record nel 2023 nell’emisfero settentrionale

2023-09-15T18:51+0200blueplanetheart (it)

L’emisfero settentrionale si sta lentamente avvicinando alla fine della stagione degli incendi per il 2023, che normalmente inizia a maggio e termina ottobre e il Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) pubblica i dati sulle emissioni e sul trasporto dei fumi associati agli incendi che....

NASA Confirms 2023 Summer The Hottest Ever; Here’s What’s Really Different This Time

2023-09-14T20:34+0200forbes (en)

An aerial image taken on August 10, 2023 shows destroyed homes and buildings burned to the ground in Lahaina in the aftermath of wildfires in western Maui, Hawaii. At least 36 people have died after a fast-moving wildfire turned Lahaina to ashes, officials said August 9, 2023 as visitors asked to....

Copernicus: Incendi boschivi da record per tutta la stagione degli incendi boreali del 2023

2023-09-14T15:07+0200greencity-it (it)

L'emisfero settentrionale si sta lentamente avvicinando alla fine della stagione degli incendi per il 2023, che normalmente inizia a maggio e si estende fino a ottobre. In questo contesto, i dati del Servizio di Monitoraggio dell’Atmosfera di Copernicus (Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service -....

Copernicus: incendi boschivi record nell’emisfero settentrionale

2023-09-14T13:55+0200greenreport (it)

L’emisfero settentrionale si sta lentamente avvicinando alla fine della stagione degli incendi per il 2023, che normalmente inizia a maggio e termina ottobre e il Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) pubblica i dati sulle emissioni e sul trasporto dei fumi associati agli incendi che....

Gli incendi dell’estate 2023 hanno generato emissioni da record

2023-09-14T12:32+0200canaleenergia (it)

Foto di Marcus Kauffman su Unsplash. La stagione degli incendi boreali del 2023 , che sta lentamente volgendo al termine, è stata particolarmente drammatica. Il Canada , in particolare, è stato colpito da roghi devastanti già dal mese di maggio. Alcuni pennacchi di fumo hanno raggiunto anche....

A causa dell’inquinamento atmosferico, l’aspettativa di vita è inferiore di 2/3 anni

2023-09-14T11:52+0200quifinanza (it)

Incrementando la riduzione dei livelli di PM2.5 al di sotto dei limiti stabiliti dall’Organizzazione Mondiale della Sanità, si potrebbe prolungare la durata media della vita a livello globale di 2,3 anni. Questo potrebbe portare a un guadagno stimato di circa 17,8 miliardi di anni di vita , che....

Incendi: in Canada le emissioni di CO2 nel 2023 sono le più alte di sempre

2023-09-14T11:01+0200laprovinciapavese (it)

"Nel corso della fine della primavera e dell'estate del 2023, diversi incendi boschivi devastanti hanno colpito la maggior parte delle province e dei territori del Canada ", la cui " estensione, costanza e intensità hanno portato le emissioni totali di carbonio stimate per il 2023 a quasi 410 megatonnellate, le più alte " mai registrate nel Paese.

Incendi: in Canada le emissioni di CO2 nel 2023 sono le più alte di sempre

2023-09-14T11:00+0200messaggeroveneto (it)

"Nel corso della fine della primavera e dell'estate del 2023, diversi incendi boschivi devastanti hanno colpito la maggior parte delle province e dei territori del Canada ", la cui " estensione, costanza e intensità hanno portato le emissioni totali di carbonio stimate per il 2023 a quasi 410 megatonnellate, le più alte " mai registrate nel Paese.

Incendi: in Canada le emissioni di CO2 nel 2023 sono le più alte di sempre

2023-09-14T10:54+0200tribunatreviso (it)

"Nel corso della fine della primavera e dell'estate del 2023, diversi incendi boschivi devastanti hanno colpito la maggior parte delle province e dei territori del Canada ", la cui " estensione, costanza e intensità hanno portato le emissioni totali di carbonio stimate per il 2023 a quasi 410 megatonnellate, le più alte " mai registrate nel Paese.

Incendi: in Canada le emissioni di CO2 nel 2023 sono le più alte di sempre

2023-09-14T10:54+0200mattinopadova (it)

"Nel corso della fine della primavera e dell'estate del 2023, diversi incendi boschivi devastanti hanno colpito la maggior parte delle province e dei territori del Canada ", la cui " estensione, costanza e intensità hanno portato le emissioni totali di carbonio stimate per il 2023 a quasi 410 megatonnellate, le più alte " mai registrate nel Paese.

Incendi: in Canada le emissioni di CO2 nel 2023 sono le più alte di sempre

2023-09-14T10:53+0200lasentinella (it)

"Nel corso della fine della primavera e dell'estate del 2023, diversi incendi boschivi devastanti hanno colpito la maggior parte delle province e dei territori del Canada ", la cui " estensione, costanza e intensità hanno portato le emissioni totali di carbonio stimate per il 2023 a quasi 410 megatonnellate, le più alte " mai registrate nel Paese.

Incendi: in Canada le emissioni di CO2 nel 2023 sono le più alte di sempre

2023-09-14T10:51+0200repubblica-green-and-blue (it)

"Nel corso della fine della primavera e dell'estate del 2023, diversi incendi boschivi devastanti hanno colpito la maggior parte delle province e dei territori del Canada ", la cui " estensione, costanza e intensità hanno portato le emissioni totali di carbonio stimate per il 2023 a quasi 410 megatonnellate, le più alte " mai registrate nel Paese.

Incendi: in Canada le emissioni di CO2 nel 2023 sono le più alte di sempre

2023-09-14T10:50+0200nuovavenezia (it)

"Nel corso della fine della primavera e dell'estate del 2023, diversi incendi boschivi devastanti hanno colpito la maggior parte delle province e dei territori del Canada ", la cui " estensione, costanza e intensità hanno portato le emissioni totali di carbonio stimate per il 2023 a quasi 410 megatonnellate, le più alte " mai registrate nel Paese.

Incendi: in Canada le emissioni di CO2 nel 2023 sono le più alte di sempre

2023-09-14T10:48+0200ilpiccolo (it)

"Nel corso della fine della primavera e dell'estate del 2023, diversi incendi boschivi devastanti hanno colpito la maggior parte delle province e dei territori del Canada ", la cui " estensione, costanza e intensità hanno portato le emissioni totali di carbonio stimate per il 2023 a quasi 410 megatonnellate, le più alte " mai registrate nel Paese.

Ambiente: stagione degli incendi da record nel 2023 (Copernicus)

2023-09-14T10:31+0200mediaset (it)

MILANO (MF-NW)--L'emisfero settentrionale si sta lentamente avvicinando alla fine della stagione degli incendi, che normalmente inizia a maggio e si estende fino a ottobre. In questo contesto, i dati del Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (Cams) sulle emissioni e sul fumo associati agli....

El doble drama tras las lluvias: embalses al mismo nivel y cultivos perdidos en la sierra de Madrid

2023-09-13T20:28+0200abc-Andalucia (es)

Demasiada agua destrozó decenas de chalés, demasiada poca mantiene los embalses medio vacíos y, convertida en pelotas de hielo, ha arruinado huertos y cultivos. El arranque lluvioso de septiembre en la Comunidad de Madrid ha sido dramático por partida doble.

Il disastroLibia, è stato un Medicane oppure no?

2023-09-12T18:24+0200cdt (it)

A fornirci un quadro della devastazione, totale, in Libia è MeteoSvizzera. Con un'analisi appena pubblicata sul blog. Oggi, scrive sempre MeteoSvizzera, il Servizio meteorologico libico ha fornito una sintesi dei valori misurati durante il passaggio della tempesta, denominata Daniel.

Inflation Impacting Your Grocery Bills? Learn How Supply Chain Reform Can Help

2023-09-12T15:20+0200forbes (en)

Grocery store in Toronto, Ontario, Canada , on March 31, 2019. The Federal Government's new Carbon Tax took effect on April 1, 2019 in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario and New Brunswick. The new tax will result in an increased cost of about 4.4 cents per litre for gasoline.

Fire climate regimes around Australia shifted abruptly 20 years ago, and falling humidity may explain why

2023-09-11T19:58+0200phys (en)

We're already seeing these changes play out. Whenever you see a news article about intense fires in areas not used to fire, that's likely to be due to a shift in fire climate. Think of the fires devastating Tasmania's alpine regions in 2016, killing off many old pencil and King Billy pines.

'Things haven't really let up': B.C. communities set low rainfall records as drought persists

2023-09-11T16:50+0200ctvnews (en)

Two cities in the Okanagan recorded their driest summer since the early 1900s, according to the most recent data from Environment and Climate Change Canada . Armel Castellan, a warning preparedness meteorologist with the organization, said precipitation levels in Penticton and Vernon fell below historical averages.

Experts warn that the B.C. drought is leading to heightened flood risks and extensive damage.

2023-09-11T16:11+0200whatsnew2day (en)

As severe drought conditions have helped fuel British Columbia’s most devastating wildfire season on record, experts and elected officials warn of increased risks of flooding and lingering damage even after wetter weather returns. Further More than 80 percent of British Columbia’s watersheds.

¿Cómo está la cosecha de granos en el mundo? … pues depende del cultivo y la zona

2023-09-11T14:45+0200agrodigital (es)

A finales de agosto, las condiciones de la cosecha de grano son muy desiguales según se trate de trigo, maíz, arroz o soja y de la zona, de acuerdo con AMIS. Con carácter general, en el caso del trigo, en el hemisferio norte, la cosecha de trigo de invierno y primavera está terminando en condiciones mixtas con sequía en varias zonas.

B.C. drought brings increased flood risks, far-reaching damage, experts warn

2023-09-11T13:11+0200CBC (en)

As severe drought conditions have helped usher in British Columbia's most devastating wildfire season on record, experts and elected officials are warning of increased flooding risks and lingering damage even after wetter weather returns. More than 80 per cent of B.C.

Why forecasters missed the drought

2023-09-11T09:22+0200farmindustrynews (en)

The forecast Eric Snodgrass issued in March called for ample to excessive moisture over much of the Corn Belt into May. From then on, the agricultural climatologist with Nutrien saw a relatively mild summer shaping up with adequate moisture. There were rumors of drought on social media — there are....

Fire regimes around Australia shifted abruptly 20 years ago – and falling humidity is why

2023-09-11T05:41+0200johansen (en)

Date: 2023-09-11 03:29 Author: Roger Jones, Professorial Research Fellow, Victoria University Original article: https://theconversation.com/fire-regimes-around-australia-shifted-abruptly-20-years-ago-and-falling-humidity-is-why-209689 This century, Australia has suffered more frequent and more severe bushfires.

Fire regimes around Australia shifted abruptly 20 years ago – and falling humidity is why

2023-09-11T05:03+0200nationaltribune (en)

How much climate change has contributed to these increases is a hot topic. Bushfire risk is dialled up by four switches : fuel amount and condition, fire weather and ignition sources. Untangling these various influences is difficult, so the role played by the warming climate Fire-weather measures....

Australia's Fire Regimes Altered 20 Years Ago Due to Humidity Drop

2023-09-11T05:01+0200miragenews (en)

Fire-weather measures fire risk on a daily basis, while a fire-climate regime measures fire risk over seasonal and longer time scales. Our research shows almost everywhere in Australia is now in a different fire climate than it was just 20 years ago, with falling relative humidity a key factor.

'Things haven’t really let up' B.C. communities set low rainfall records as drought persists

2023-09-11T04:05+0200barrie (en)

Two cities in the Okanagan recorded their driest summer since the early 1900s, according to the most recent data from Environment and Climate Change Canada . Armel Castellan, a warning preparedness meteorologist with the organization, said precipitation levels in Penticton and Vernon fell below historical averages.

6 datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-10T14:15+0200elnacional-py (es)

Calor. Incendios forestales. Lluvias torrenciales. Tifones y huracanes. Gran parte del hemisferio norte fue golpeado por condiciones climáticas extremas este verano. Los científicos pueden tardar un tiempo en descifrar qué es lo que está ocurriendo exactamente.

Trevor Hancock: We need to change the way we farm — and eat 9/10/2023 4:40:00 AM

2023-09-10T13:47+0200timescolonist (en)

The first three of the five “great turnarounds” in the Club of Rome’s “Earth for All” report address different aspects of inequality. But the final two, to which I now turn, are concerned with two of the most fundamental determinants of our health: food and next week energy.

Brace for more scorching temperatures

2023-09-10T09:08+0200cnc3 (en)

On August 27, Trinidad recorded a scorching 34.7°C at Piarco surpassing the 35.5°C recorded on October 18, 2020. Last Wednesday, the European climate service, Copernicus, announced that the Earth had sweltered through its hottest June, July and August on record.

Global Impact of Extreme Weather Events: Climate Change Can Intensify Frequent Hurricanes, Drought, Wildfires

2023-09-09T08:30+0200natureworldnews (en)

As September begins, active hurricanes are most likely to emerge. Hurricanes and tropical storms can unleash severe weather conditions: Landslides; Flooding; Torrential Rain; Mudslides; Evacuations; Flash flooding. Recently, Hurricane Idalia hit parts of Florida's Gulf Coast, Eastern Carolinas and the Big Bend Region in August and early September.

Clausius-Clapeyron law: How extreme weather in the Mediterranean can be explained by formula

2023-09-08T20:32+0200tellerreport (en)

Zoom Image. Floods in Spain: hunger for steam in the air. Photo: Europa Press / ABACA/ IMAGO. There is a recipe for catastrophes: for the fires in Canada , the floods in Greece, the droughts in Spain or heat records in Italy. Most people are probably already familiar with it: warm air can absorb more....

Lo scioglimento dei ghiacciai provocherà un aumento dei terremoti e delle eruzioni

2023-09-08T18:07+0200scienzenotizie (it)

Negli ultimi anni abbiamo assistito a numerosi effetti dei cambiamenti climatici sul nostro pianeta. Gli incendi boschivi e la siccità hanno devastato aree dove le temperature stanno vivendo temperature eccezionalmente calde mentre le inondazioni hanno interessato le aree più temperate; il tutto....

Qualità aria e cambiamento climatico: sono strettamente correlati

2023-09-08T12:48+0200regionieambiente (it)

In occasione della Giornata internazionale dell’aria pulita e dei cieli blu (7 settembre 2023), l’Organizzazione Meteorologica Mondiale ha rilasciato il suo 3° report annuale sulla qualità dell’aria e sul clima, riferito al 2022, che evidenzia come il pericolo sia rappresentato non solo dalle alte....

Current Earth Situation and Danger Signals for the Future

2023-09-07T21:10+0200kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/AGUS SUSANTO. Asep used a forked hoe to loosen the soil in a dry field in Sirnajati Village, Cibarusah District, Bekasi Regency, West Java on Thursday (24/8/2023). The concentration of greenhouse gases, global sea surface temperature, and ocean heat content have reached record highs, while....

C'è un legame tra il cambiamento climatico e i mega-incendi?

2023-09-07T18:38+0200euronews-it (it)

Canada , Grecia, Spagna, Portogallo: i mega-incendi che devastano vaste aree di vegetazione sono sempre più numerosi. Di solito i colpevoli sono gli esseri umani: fuochi di campo, mozziconi di sigaretta buttati per terra e incendi dolosi sono le cause più comuni.

Forest fires in Tenerife: A paradise in flames

2023-09-07T18:36+0200kiratas (en)

Forest fires around the world are devastating huge areas. Humans are often to blame, with bonfires, cigarettes and even arson. But the question is: is there also a link to climate change, drought and heat waves? Canada , Greece, Spain: there are more and more megafires that devastate large areas. ADVERTISING.

Wildfires, droughts and heat waves: A look at the hottest summer on record

2023-09-07T16:01+0200barrie (en)

As Canadians grapple with the most severe wildfire season in the country ever, exacerbated by unprecedented heat waves worldwide, recent findings from the European Union-funded Copernicus Climate Change Service reveal that June, July and August were the warmest months on record globally by a large margin.

Cambiamenti climatici, arriva la conferma da Copernicus: estate 2023 la più calda di sempre

2023-09-07T14:31+0200fmag (it)

L’agosto 2023 dei record negativi. Simbolo di questo allarme, il mese di agosto 2023 è stato caratterizzato da una situazione meteorologica eccezionale a livello globale. Le temperature registrate hanno segnato dei record, rendendo questo mese il più caldo nella storia recente, secondo i dati raccolti da Copernicus.

International day of clean air for blue skies: le ondate di caldo peggiorano la qualità dell’aria e l’inquinamento

2023-09-07T12:41+0200greenreport (it)

Wmo: Il cambiamento climatico aumenta la frequenza e l’intensità delle ondate di caldo. [7 Settembre 2023] Secondo il “ ” di settembre della World meteorological organization (Wmo), «Il cambiamento climatico sta aumentando l’intensità e la frequenza delle ondate di caldo.

Wildfires, droughts and heat waves: A look at the hottest summer on record

2023-09-07T05:38+0200ctvnews (en)

As Canadians grapple with the most severe wildfire season in the country ever, exacerbated by unprecedented heat waves worldwide, recent findings from the European Union-funded Copernicus Climate Change Service reveal that June, July and August were the warmest months on record globally by a large margin.

Summer's not over, but it's already the hottest on record

2023-09-06T21:51+0200CBC (en)

The summer may not be over, but it's already the hottest one on record and is making 2023 a strong contender to be a record-breaking year. Data from the European Union Climate Change Service, also known as Copernicus, released on Wednesday showed the three months from June through August surpassed....

Morena propone recortar 20 mil mdp al Poder Judicial con la extinción de fideicomisos

2023-09-06T21:40+0200animalpolitico (es)

Getty Images Europa sufrió en el verano dos intensas olas de calor. 2. 1 megatonelada de CO2e* emitido por los incendios forestales. En el Mediterráneo, millones de personas vieron de cerca cómo se siente el calor extremo cuando dos abrasadoras olas de calor, llamadas Cerberus y Caronte , en honor a....

The Weather Is About to Get Even Weirder

2023-09-06T21:34+0200theatlantic (en)

On Labor Day, you could drive from Minnesota’s border with Canada all the way to where Louisiana hits the Gulf of Mexico and not encounter a high under 90 degrees. The heat hasn’t broken: Today, nearly a third of Americans are sweltering under heat alerts.

6 datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-06T18:49+0200ecuadorenvivo (es)

Calor. Incendios forestales. Lluvias torrenciales. Tifones y huracanes. Gran parte del hemisferio norte fue golpeado por condiciones climáticas extremas este verano. Los científicos pueden tardar un tiempo en descifrar qué es lo que está ocurriendo exactamente.

Ambiente E’ ufficiale: l’estate 2023 è la più calda di sempre. L’allarme dell’Onu: “Il collasso climatico è iniziato”

2023-09-06T17:41+0200itacanotizie (it)

“Il nostro pianeta ha appena attraversato una stagione di fuoco: l’estate più calda mai registrata. Il collasso climatico è iniziato”. Con queste parole il segretario generale dell’Onu, Antonio Guterres ha accolto i risultati del report diffuso da Copernicus, il Servizio per il cambiamento climatico.

6 datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-06T16:34+0200laprensagrafica (es)

Calor. Incendios forestales. Lluvias torrenciales. Tifones y huracanes. Gran parte del hemisferio norte fue golpeado por condiciones climáticas extremas este verano. Los científicos pueden tardar un tiempo en descifrar qué es lo que está ocurriendo exactamente.

Clima, Copernicus conferma: l’estate 2023 la più calda mai registrata

2023-09-06T15:13+0200ecodallecitta (it)

L’estate 2023, con una temperatura media di 16,77°C, 0,66°C sopra la media storica, è stata la più calda mai registrata a livello globale. In Europa è stata la quinta stagione estiva più calda di sempre. A rilevarlo è il Servizio per il Cambiamento Climatico di Copernicus (Copernicus Climate Change....

6 datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-06T14:25+0200ElComercio (es)

MIRA: Qué se sabe de la red de trata de cubanos reclutados por Rusia para combatir en Ucrania que fue denunciada por el gobierno de la isla No todos estos fenómenos pueden relacionarse de manera directa con el cambio climático; los sistemas meteorológicos y climáticos naturales del planeta son potentes y también afectan al clima.

Seis datos que evidencian el verano extremo que abrasó o inundó al mundo

2023-09-06T14:15+0200mdzol (es)

Estos son algunos de los datos que reflejan la magnitud de lo que sucedió en la Tierra este verano boreal. Veamos cómo se conecta con el cambio climático. Foto: PA La temperatura en Londres durante el verano fue insólita. 1. Récord de calor en el 74% de Reino Unido.

Clima: Copernicus, estate 2023 la più calda mai registrata

2023-09-06T13:59+0200lafrecciaweb (it)

Roma, 6 set. (Adnkronos Salute) – La stagione giugno-luglio-agosto del 2023 è stata di gran lunga la più calda mai registrata a livello globale, con una temperatura media di 16,77°C, 0,66°C sopra la media. E’ quanto comunica il Servizio per il cambiamento climatico di Copernicus (Copernicus Climate....

Ora lo dicono i dati: l’estate 2023 è la più calda della storia a livello globale: “Effetto dell’attività dell’uomo e della combustione. L’Onu: “Il collasso climatico è iniziato”

2023-09-06T13:57+0200ilfattoquotidiano (it)

“Il nostro pianeta ha appena sopportato l’estate più calda mai registrata . Il collasso climatico è iniziato”. Con queste parole il segretario generale delle Nazioni Unite, Antonio Guterres , ha commentato i dati del Servizio per il Cambiamento Climatico di Copernicus (implementato dal Centro....

Clima: Copernicus, estate 2023 la più calda mai registrata

2023-09-06T13:55+0200lagazzettadelmezzogiorno (it)

Roma, 6 set. (Adnkronos Salute) - La stagione giugno-luglio-agosto del 2023 è stata di gran lunga la più calda mai registrata a livello globale, con una temperatura media di 16,77°C, 0,66°C sopra la media. E' quanto comunica il Servizio per il cambiamento climatico di Copernicus (Copernicus Climate....

Clima: Copernicus, estate 2023 la più calda mai registrata

2023-09-06T13:52+0200tiscali-it (it)

Roma, 6 set. (Adnkronos Salute) - La stagione giugno-luglio-agosto del 2023 è stata di gran lunga la più calda mai registrata a livello globale, con una temperatura media di 16,77°C, 0,66°C sopra la media. E' quanto comunica il Servizio per il cambiamento climatico di Copernicus (Copernicus Climate....

Clima: Copernicus, estate 2023 la più calda mai registrata

2023-09-06T13:49+0200laragione (it)

Roma, 6 set. (Adnkronos Salute) – La stagione giugno-luglio-agosto del 2023 è stata di gran lunga la più calda mai registrata a livello globale, con una temperatura media di 16,77°C, 0,66°C sopra la media. E’ quanto comunica il Servizio per il cambiamento climatico di Copernicus (Copernicus Climate....

Clima, Copernicus: l’estate 2023 è stata la più calda mai registrata

2023-09-06T13:33+0200energiaoltre (it)

La temperatura superficiale dell’aria in media globale di 16.82°C registrata nell’agosto 2023 è stata di 0.71°C più calda della media del periodo compreso tra il 1991 e il 2020 per il mese di agosto La stagione giugno-luglio-agosto del 2023 è stata di gran lunga la più calda mai registrata a livello globale, con una temperatura media di 16.

6 datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-06T13:24+0200eldeber (es)

1. Récord de calor en el 74% de Reino Unido. En Reino Unido, los días agradables de principios de verano pueden parecer un recuerdo lejano después de semanas de clima inestable, pero este año los británicos registraron el junio más caluroso de la historia. La temperatura media -contando tanto los días como las noches más frescas- fue 15,8 °C.

Seis datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-06T13:18+0200eltiempo-CO (es)

Los científicos pueden tardar un tiempo en descifrar qué es lo que está ocurriendo exactamente. No todos estos fenómenos pueden relacionarse de manera directa con el cambio climático; los sistemas meteorológicos y climáticos naturales del planeta son potentes y también afectan al clima.

L'estate 2023 è stata la più calda di sempre?

2023-09-06T12:57+0200alternativasostenibile (it)

Il Servizio per il Cambiamento Climatico di Copernicus (Copernicus Climate Change Service - C3S) implementato dal centro europeo per le previsioni meteorologiche a medio termine per conto della Commissione europea con il finanziamento dell’UE, pubblica regolarmente bollettini climatici mensili che....

L’estate 2023 è stata la stagione più calda mai registrata

2023-09-06T12:12+0200lanuovaecologia (it)

La temperatura media è stata di 16.77°C, 0.66°C sopra la media. Si stima che il mese di agosto 2023 sia stato più caldo di circa 1.5°C rispetto alla media preindustriale del periodo compreso tra il 1850 e il 1900. Il Servizio per il Cambiamento Climatico di Copernicus (Copernicus Climate Change....

Estate 2023, la più calda di sempre a livello globale

2023-09-06T12:09+0200iconaclima (it)

L’estate boreale 2023 è stata la più calda di sempre , con una temperatura media di 16,77 gradi, un valore di gran lunga superiore ai trimestri di giugno-luglio-agosto precedenti e di 0,66 gradi superiore alla media. In Europa la temperatura media è stata di 19,63 gradi, il quinto valore medio più....

Copernicus: l’estate 2023 è stata la più calda mai registrata

2023-09-06T11:07+0200greenreport (it)

Il Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S). implementato dall’ European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) della Commissione europea con il finanziamento dell’UE, ha pubblicato i nuovi bollettini climatici mensili che riportano i cambiamenti registrati globalmente nella temperatura....

Ola de calor. Seis datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-06T09:12+0200lanacion-AR (es)

Mientras millones de personas estaban desesperadas por aliviarse del calor, el 26 de julio China y Filipinas fueron golpeadas por lluvias torrenciales y vientos feroces que alcanzaron récords. El tifón Doksuri azotó ciudades y litorales de Asia oriental durante una semana.

6 datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-06T07:15+0200bbc-es (es)

En el Mediterráneo, millones de personas vieron de cerca cómo se siente el calor extremo cuando dos abrasadoras olas de calor, llamadas Cerberus y Caronte , en honor a las amenazantes figuras de la antigua mitología griega, azotaron los países de toda la región.

6 datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-06T07:10+0200bbc-spanish (es)

En el Mediterráneo, millones de personas vieron de cerca cómo se siente el calor extremo cuando dos abrasadoras olas de calor, llamadas Cerberus y Caronte , en honor a las amenazantes figuras de la antigua mitología griega, azotaron los países de toda la región.

Soia, mais in rialzo dopo che i dati degli Stati Uniti rivelano danni alle colture

2023-09-06T06:03+0200marketscreener (it)

I prezzi della soia e del mais di Chicago sono saliti mercoledì dopo che un rapporto del governo statunitense ha mostrato che il clima secco ha danneggiato i raccolti più di quanto previsto dalla maggior parte degli analisti, sollevando le preoccupazioni sull'offerta.

6 datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-06T05:54+0200acento (es)

Reuters Recientemente, se alcanzaron en poco tiempo importantes récords meteorológicos. Calor. Incendios forestales. Lluvias torrenciales. Tifones y huracanes. Gran parte del hemisferio norte fue golpeado por condiciones climáticas extremas este verano. Los científicos pueden tardar un tiempo en descifrar qué es lo que está ocurriendo exactamente.

Human-Induced Climate Change Spurs Heavy Rains, Drought

2023-09-06T02:36+0200miragenews (en)

(Photo credit: Lucy Chian via Unsplash) Using machine learning, an international team that included two researchers from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa found human-produced carbon dioxide emissions and climate change have already caused an increase in day-to-day rainfall fluctuations over the tropical eastern Pacific and the mid-latitudes.

China’s Economic Slowdown Is Now Impacting Other Countries

2023-09-05T23:19+0200valuewalk (en)

Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam are all experiencing slower economic growth due to China. Only Australia is not being adversely impacted by China, due largely to the fact that China this year lifted the tariffs on coal, barley, lobsters, and other goods imported from Australia. LFP Battery Domination.

I futures sul grano salgono dal minimo di tre mesi, mentre il raccolto australiano diminuisce

2023-09-05T19:08+0200marketscreener (it)

I futures sul grano del Chicago Board of Trade sono saliti martedì, dopo aver toccato un minimo di tre mesi, grazie alla copertura dei prezzi e alle preoccupazioni per il clima secco che minaccia la produzione nei centri di esportazione come l'Australia. Anche i futures del mais sono saliti leggermente, mentre il mercato della soia è sceso.

Burning questions around spread of wildfires Ecologist Richard Gordon explores the issue of wildfires and climate change, and asks why they are becoming more frequent

2023-09-05T08:15+0200eecho (en)

FIRE has been marauding its way across vast swathes of the western world in recent years, filling our media landscape with churning skies of smoke, crawling red blazes, and citizens clasping rags to their mouths escaping from the encroaching black tide.

Global Air Pollution Crisis: A Greater Threat to Public Health Than Smoking or Alcohol Consumption

2023-09-05T02:44+0200archyde (en)

2023-09-04 21:00:48. Air pollution poses a greater risk to global health than smoking or alcohol consumption, and this danger is exacerbated in certain regions of the world such as Asia and Africa, details a study published at the end of August. According to this report by the University of....

As climate change worsens, Americans struggle to escape its impacts

2023-09-04T19:07+0200guampdn (en)

From Hurricane Idalia, to the Hawaiian wildfires and flooding in Vermont, there has been no shortage of natural disasters in this country over the last six months; many of them were made worse due to climate change. Now, more Americans are finding it harder to escape the impact of climate change as it impacts communities nationwide.

As climate change worsens, Americans struggle to escape its impacts

2023-09-04T19:07+0200eastoregonian (en)

From Hurricane Idalia, to the Hawaiian wildfires and flooding in Vermont, there has been no shortage of natural disasters in this country over the last six months; many of them were made worse due to climate change. Now, more Americans are finding it harder to escape the impact of climate change as it impacts communities nationwide.

As climate change worsens, Americans struggle to escape its impacts

2023-09-04T19:01+0200messenger-inquirer (en)

From Hurricane Idalia, to the Hawaiian wildfires and flooding in Vermont, there has been no shortage of natural disasters in this country over the last six months; many of them were made worse due to climate change. Now, more Americans are finding it harder to escape the impact of climate change as it impacts communities nationwide.

As climate change worsens, Americans struggle to escape its impacts

2023-09-04T18:55+0200mycouriertribune (en)

From Hurricane Idalia, to the Hawaiian wildfires and flooding in Vermont, there has been no shortage of natural disasters in this country over the last six months; many of them were made worse due to climate change. Now, more Americans are finding it harder to escape the impact of climate change as it impacts communities nationwide.

Scripps News As climate change worsens, Americans struggle to escape its impacts Chris Conte 10:21 AM, Sep 04, 2023

2023-09-04T17:47+0200kxxv (en)

From Hurricane Idalia, to the Hawaiian wildfires and flooding in Vermont, there has been no shortage of natural disasters in this country over the last six months; many of them were made worse due to climate change. Now, more Americans are finding it harder to escape the impact of climate change as it impacts communities nationwide.

Scripps News As climate change worsens, Americans struggle to escape its impacts Chris Conte 11:21 AM, Sep 04, 2023

2023-09-04T17:44+0200abcactionnews (en)

From Hurricane Idalia, to the Hawaiian wildfires and flooding in Vermont, there has been no shortage of natural disasters in this country over the last six months; many of them were made worse due to climate change. Now, more Americans are finding it harder to escape the impact of climate change as it impacts communities nationwide.

Scripps News As climate change worsens, Americans struggle to escape its impacts Chris Conte 9:21 AM, Sep 04, 2023

2023-09-04T17:39+0200koaa (en)

From Hurricane Idalia, to the Hawaiian wildfires and flooding in Vermont, there has been no shortage of natural disasters in this country over the last six months; many of them were made worse due to climate change. Now, more Americans are finding it harder to escape the impact of climate change as it impacts communities nationwide.

Scripps News As climate change worsens, Americans struggle to escape its impacts Chris Conte 11:21 AM, Sep 04, 2023

2023-09-04T17:38+0200wkbw (en)

From Hurricane Idalia, to the Hawaiian wildfires and flooding in Vermont, there has been no shortage of natural disasters in this country over the last six months; many of them were made worse due to climate change. Now, more Americans are finding it harder to escape the impact of climate change as it impacts communities nationwide.

Scripps News As climate change worsens, Americans struggle to escape its impacts Chris Conte 8:21 AM, Sep 04, 2023

2023-09-04T17:28+0200ksby (en)

From Hurricane Idalia, to the Hawaiian wildfires and flooding in Vermont, there has been no shortage of natural disasters in this country over the last six months; many of them were made worse due to climate change. Now, more Americans are finding it harder to escape the impact of climate change as it impacts communities nationwide.

Researchers appeal to Brussels: Respiratory diseases are on the rise, which is why the limit values for air pollution must be lowered

2023-09-04T15:57+0200tellerreport (en)

2023-09-04T13:11:12.745Z. Highlights: Researchers warn of an increased risk of respiratory diseases. High temperatures and changing weather conditions would make the situation worse for people with respiratory or lung diseases. The researchers call on the EU to lower air pollution limits and bring....

Verso la super-patata, più nutriente e immune al clima estremo

2023-09-04T11:39+0200fortuneita (it)

La ricchezza e la solidità di una nazione passano anche dalla sicurezza e dall’indipendenza alimentare . E lo sanno molto bene Paesi come la Groenlandia che, nel suo percorso verso l’autonomia, ha cominciato da qualche anno a fare esperimenti agricoli .

People with asthma and COPD among most vulnerable to climate change, study warns

2023-09-04T07:25+0200inews-co-uk (en)

People living with asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) will see their lives made harder as climate change increases heatwaves, pollen, dust storms and wildfires, is increasing temperatures, which is pushing up airborne allergens, such as pollen, more of which are produced in warmer weather.

Smoke from forest fires could harm brain health

2023-09-03T07:16+0200freemalaysiatoday (en)

Wildfires have been ravaging parts of Europe, North America, the Pacific, and North Africa. (AP pic) From to and Canada , many nations and regions have been ravaged by wildfires this year. In addition to effects on the respiratory and cardiovascular systems, inhalation of fumes may also be harmful....

Low Water Levels Reported at Italy's Lakes and Rivers After Months of Heatwaves and Droughts

2023-09-03T03:08+0200natureworldnews (en)

Low water levels have been reported in Italy's lakes and rivers following several months of intense heatwaves and drought, according to reports. Due to extreme weather events, Italy experienced a combination of strong winds, heavy rain, and prolonged scorching temperatures earlier this year.

B.C. State of Emergency Extended as Northeast Wildfires Threatened by Incoming Winds – Breaking:

2023-09-02T16:19+0200whatsnew2day (en)

Emergency Management Minister Bowinn Ma says British Columbia is extending the state of emergency due to ongoing bushfires that have devastated parts of the province. Ma announced the two-week extension in a provincial update on droughts and wildfires on Thursday.

The climate crisis leads the planet to the hottest summer ever recorded

2023-09-02T05:57+0200kiratas (en)

Addressing climate change only as something that will happen to future generations makes less and less sense. The crisis triggered by humans with the use of fossil fuels is here and its impacts are becoming more and more noticeable. The climate emergency has once again left a trail of tragedy, death....

Record-breaking wildfires drag economic growth lower in Canada

2023-09-01T18:01+0200bnnbloomberg (en)

Canada ’s worst wildfire season on record, along with growing droughts in many parts of the country, have taken a toll on the economy, with multiple industries impacted by the adverse weather in the second quarter of this year. Statistics Canada reported gross domestic product data for the second....

Prime Minister Mitsotakis Estimates Over 150,000 Hectares Burned by Greek Wildfires

2023-09-01T08:05+0200natureworldnews (en)

Greece has experienced one of the worst fire seasons in its history, with devastating wildfires that have burned more than 150,000 hectares of land, killed at least 26 people, and destroyed homes, businesses, and natural habitats. The fires have been fueled by extreme heatwaves, droughts, and strong winds, which are linked to the climate crisis.

Expert Podcast: Protection Against Harmful Wildfire Smoke – Listen Now! Hear from Camfil Air Filtration Experts

2023-08-31T23:36+0200thewhig (en)

Climate change is fueling longer and more vicious wildfires across Canada , the U.S., and other parts of the world. As landscapes are destroyed, harmful smoke from these fires spreads over vast distances, posing severe risks to public health. The podcast episode features Jennifer Webb, Camfil’s Molecular Filtration Segment Manager for Western U.

Expert Podcast: Protection Against Harmful Wildfire Smoke - Listen Now! Hear from Camfil Air Filtration Experts.

2023-08-31T22:12+0200streetinsider (en)

Jon Holmes, popularly known as "The Filter Guy," brings over a decade of experience with Camfil and shares his insights into energy reduction and sustainability solutions. August 31, 2023 4:05 PM EDT. Riverdale, NJ, Aug. 31, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In the face of escalating wildfires and their....

Expert Podcast: Protection Against Harmful Wildfire Smoke - Listen Now! Hear from Camfil Air Filtration Experts.

2023-08-31T22:10+0200globenewswire (en)

Riverdale, NJ, Aug. 31, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In the face of escalating wildfires and their detrimental impact on air quality, let's talk clean air! Camfil presents an expert podcast episode that delves into the critical issue of "Protection Against Harmful Wildfire Smoke.

La crisi climatica aumenta del 25% il rischio di incendi boschivi estremi

2023-08-31T13:41+0200repubblica-green-and-blue (it)

Il cambiamento climatico aumenta in modo significativo il rischio di una rapida diffusione degli incendi boschivi , secondo uno studio pubblicato sulla rivista Nature dal Breakthrough Institute californiano, che offre nuove strade per la prevenzione dopo i recenti disastri in Canada Grecia e Hawaii ....

La crisi climatica aumenta del 25% il rischio di incendi boschivi estremi

2023-08-31T13:33+0200laprovinciapavese (it)

Il cambiamento climatico aumenta in modo significativo il rischio di una rapida diffusione degli incendi boschivi , secondo uno studio pubblicato sulla rivista Nature dal Breakthrough Institute californiano, che offre nuove strade per la prevenzione dopo i recenti disastri in Canada Grecia e Hawaii ....

La crisi climatica aumenta del 25% il rischio di incendi boschivi estremi

2023-08-31T13:24+0200lasentinella (it)

Il cambiamento climatico aumenta in modo significativo il rischio di una rapida diffusione degli incendi boschivi , secondo uno studio pubblicato sulla rivista Nature dal Breakthrough Institute californiano, che offre nuove strade per la prevenzione dopo i recenti disastri in Canada Grecia e Hawaii ....

La crisi climatica aumenta del 25% il rischio di incendi boschivi estremi

2023-08-31T13:20+0200mattinopadova (it)

Il cambiamento climatico aumenta in modo significativo il rischio di una rapida diffusione degli incendi boschivi , secondo uno studio pubblicato sulla rivista Nature dal Breakthrough Institute californiano, che offre nuove strade per la prevenzione dopo i recenti disastri in Canada Grecia e Hawaii ....

La crisi climatica aumenta del 25% il rischio di incendi boschivi estremi

2023-08-31T12:18+0200nuovavenezia (it)

Il cambiamento climatico aumenta in modo significativo il rischio di una rapida diffusione degli incendi boschivi , secondo uno studio pubblicato sulla rivista Nature dal Breakthrough Institute californiano, che offre nuove strade per la prevenzione dopo i recenti disastri in Canada Grecia e Hawaii ....

La crisi climatica aumenta del 25% il rischio di incendi boschivi estremi

2023-08-31T12:01+0200ilpiccolo (it)

Il cambiamento climatico aumenta in modo significativo il rischio di una rapida diffusione degli incendi boschivi , secondo uno studio pubblicato sulla rivista Nature dal Breakthrough Institute californiano, che offre nuove strade per la prevenzione dopo i recenti disastri in Canada Grecia e Hawaii ....

Idalia makes landfall a Category 3 hurricane in Florida

2023-08-31T11:31+0200mercopress (en)

“We have to remain vigilant,” President Biden said. Two people have died and “incalculable damage” was caused by Idalia as it hit Florida before moving on to Georgia and the Carolinas as a tropical storm. The storm reached Category 4 status with winds up to 131 mph before hitting as a Category 3 hurricane.

Biden asserts that the climate crisis is undeniable as the US confronts disasters

2023-08-31T10:07+0200cumhuriyet (en)

On Wednesday, US President Joe Biden emphasized the undeniable reality of the climate crisis, highlighting how countries worldwide are contending with the escalating impacts of severe disasters. Biden addressed reporters at the White House, underlining, "The impact of the climate crisis can no longer be denied.

Global warming could kill a billion people in 100 years: scientists on the future of Earth

2023-08-31T09:00+0200obozrevatel (en)

Human-caused global warming will lead to the premature deaths of about 1 billion people in the next 100 years. Scientists warn that this is one of the most modest predictions about the upcoming catastrophe. This is stated in a study published in Energies .

Biden acknowledges inescapable climate crisis amidst US disasters

2023-08-31T08:50+0200cumhuriyet (en)

"No one can deny the undeniable impact of the climate crisis any longer. The evidence is all around us," Biden addressed reporters at the White House, pointing to the west coast of Florida, where Hurricane Idalia has brought an unprecedented storm surge to the Big Bend region.

11:14 AM | August 31, 2023

2023-08-31T08:20+0200nation (en)

US President Joe Biden said Wednesday that the climate crisis cannot be denied any longer as countries around the globe grapple with the fallout from increasingly severe disasters. "I don't think anybody can deny the impact of the climate crisis anymore.

11:14 AM | August 31, 2023

2023-08-31T08:20+0200nation-pk (en)

US President Joe Biden said Wednesday that the climate crisis cannot be denied any longer as countries around the globe grapple with the fallout from increasingly severe disasters. "I don't think anybody can deny the impact of the climate crisis anymore.

United States: Hurricane Idalia hits Florida and the southeast of the country hard

2023-08-31T01:11+0200tellerreport (en)

2023-08-30T23:09:15.598Z. Highlights: Hurricane Idalia made landfall in Florida on Wednesday morning. Strong winds of nearly 210 km/h are also expected in the state of Georgia. The Gulf Coast is also affected. We take stock of the situation with our correspondent in Miami, David Thomson. The authorities speak of catastrophic floods.

Biden says climate crisis cannot be denied anymore as US faces disasters

2023-08-30T23:45+0200aa-en (en)

WASHINGTON. US President Joe Biden said Wednesday that the climate crisis cannot be denied any longer as countries around the globe grapple with the fallout from increasingly severe disasters. "I don't think anybody can deny the impact of the climate crisis anymore.

Australia news LIVE: October 14 confirmed as Voice referendum date; Reversing one decision could push down Australian airfare prices

2023-08-30T23:03+0200watoday (en)

Talks between Australia and the EU on a trade deal will resume on Thursday after both sides failed to reach an agreement last month. Trade Minister Don Farrell and EU’s Trade Commissioner Valdis Dombrovskis will resume discussions via video link after having agreed to reconvene in August following....

Biden Says Climate Crisis Cannot Be Denied Anymore As US Faces Disasters

2023-08-30T22:26+0200haberler-en (en)

US President Joe Biden said Wednesday that the climate crisis cannot be denied any longer as countries around the globe grapple with the fallout from increasingly severe disasters. "I don't think anybody can deny the impact of the climate crisis anymore.

Biden says he doesn't think 'anybody can deny the impact of a climate crisis' as he defends his …

2023-08-30T21:56+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

smashed into Florida and forced millions of residents to flee their homes. Idalia's torrential rain and threats of flash flooding moved through Georgia during the afternoon as emergency services in Florida battled the impact of a powerful storm surge. Coming so soon after deadly wildfires in Maui,....

Biden says he doesn't think 'anybody can deny the impact of a climate crisis' as he defends his Maui wildfires response and hints at canceling travel plans to deal with Hurricane Idalia

2023-08-30T21:51+0200dailymail (en)

smashed into Florida and forced millions of residents to flee their homes. Idalia's torrential rain and threats of flash flooding moved through Georgia during the afternoon as emergency services in Florida battled the impact of a powerful storm surge. Coming so soon after deadly wildfires in Maui,....

I semi di soia calano, nonostante le esportazioni

2023-08-30T21:17+0200marketscreener (it)

I prezzi dei semi di soia di Chicago sono scesi per la seconda sessione di mercoledì, nonostante la recente attività di esportazione, con gli analisti che indicano che i commercianti stanno chiudendo le posizioni verso la fine del mese. Il grano è salito, sostenuto dalla domanda globale e dalle preoccupazioni per il raccolto del Canada .

I semi di soia scendono nonostante le esportazioni

2023-08-30T18:17+0200marketscreener (it)

I prezzi dei semi di soia di Chicago sono scesi per la seconda sessione di mercoledì, nonostante la recente attività di esportazione, con gli analisti che indicano che i commercianti stanno chiudendo le posizioni verso la fine del mese. Il grano è salito, sostenuto dalla domanda globale e dalle preoccupazioni per il raccolto del Canada .

Pasta, la crisi climatica continua a far salire il prezzo

2023-08-30T17:27+0200wired-it (it)

Il prezzo della pasta continuerà ad aumentare a causa della crisi del clima . Gli eventi estremi che hanno caratterizzato il 2023 hanno infatti danneggiato pesantemente i raccolti di grano duro in e Canada , il principale esportatore mondiale, portando la produzione complessiva verso il punto minimo....

Pasta, la crisi climatica continua a far salire il prezzo

2023-08-30T17:10+0200zazoom-it (it)

(Di mercoledì 30 agosto 2023) La siccità e il caldo estremo hanno abbattuto il raccolto di grano duro in Canada , principale esportatore mondiale e fornitore di punta anche per i produttori italiani.

Durum wheat prices rise in Morocco due to falling production in Canada

2023-08-30T13:14+0200atalayar (en)

Climate change is beginning to seriously affect international agricultural production. According to a press release by Abdul Qadir Al-Alawi, president of the National Federation of Moroccan Mills , the price of durum wheat (used to extract semolina flour, which is used to make pasta products and couscous) has risen sharply in recent months.

I prezzi elevati della pasta sono destinati ad aumentare con il calo del grano canadese

2023-08-30T12:06+0200marketscreener (it)

PARIGI/WINNIPEG, Manitoba, 30 agosto - Gli amanti della pasta devono prepararsi a pagare prezzi ancora più alti per il loro piatto preferito, poiché la siccità in Canada e il maltempo in Europa danneggiano i raccolti di grano duro e riducono le forniture disponibili per i mulini e le aziende alimentari.

Salmon Die in Droves as Climate Change Burns Canada

2023-08-30T09:08+0200todayheadline (en)

The salmon were once so plentiful in the river that old-timers talk about having been able to cross on the backs of fish so thick they were like steppingstones. Such was the renown of the Cowichan River, flowing east on Canada ’s Vancouver Island, that its fly-fishing conditions were posted in fishing clubs in London .

Smoke From Forest Fires May Also Harm Our Brain Health, Study Reveals

2023-08-30T08:50+0200news18 (en)

From Greece to Hawaii and Canada , many countries and regions have been severely affected by wildfires this summer, with all the environmental and health consequences that result. In addition to effects on the respiratory and cardiovascular systems, inhalation of these fumes may also be harmful for....

30 years after Clayoquot Sound, old growth logging continues unabated: B.C. conservationists

2023-08-30T00:18+0200CBC (en)

The Sierra Club of B.C. says the logging of large old trees in verdant, bio-diverse forests on Vancouver Island has continued mostly unabated in the 30 years since one of the biggest acts of civil disobedience in Canada . "We have ongoing industrial devastation of the last intact forests," said the conservation group's Jens Weiting in Vancouver.

La Tierra no es la mayor amenazada por el calentamiento global. Son las vidas de 1.000 millones de personas

2023-08-29T22:11+0200noticierouniversal (es)

El titular de este artículo intimida, sí, pero se sostiene escrupulosamente sobre las conclusiones a las que han llegado los científicos Joshua M. Pearce, de la Universidad del Oeste de Ontario (Canadá), y Richard Parncutt, de la Universidad de Graz (Austria).

Robert Sulnick: Climate Disasters Are Different from Natural Disasters

2023-08-29T20:37+0200noozhawk (en)

Unless and until we understand the difference between natural disasters and climate disasters there will not be the kind of action necessary to stop climate change, a global phenomenon. The 5.1-magnitude earthquake on Aug. 20 was a natural disaster. In other words, it occurred without any input from our changing climate.

L'inquinamento minaccia mondiale per la salute pubblica più di fumo e alcol

2023-08-29T16:24+0200lasentinella (it)

Rispettare le soglie Oms su inquinamento e i benefici per l'aspettativa di vita. Nonostante ciò, i fondi stanziati per combattere l'inquinamento atmosferico rappresentano solo una minima parte di quelli destinati, ad esempio, alle malattie infettive, sottolinea il rapporto.

L'inquinamento minaccia mondiale per la salute pubblica più di fumo e alcol

2023-08-29T15:02+0200laprovinciapavese (it)

Rispettare le soglie Oms su inquinamento e i benefici per l'aspettativa di vita. Nonostante ciò, i fondi stanziati per combattere l'inquinamento atmosferico rappresentano solo una minima parte di quelli destinati, ad esempio, alle malattie infettive, sottolinea il rapporto.

L'inquinamento minaccia mondiale per la salute pubblica più di fumo e alcol

2023-08-29T14:54+0200repubblica (it)

Rispettare le soglie Oms su inquinamento e i benefici per l'aspettativa di vita. Nonostante ciò, i fondi stanziati per combattere l'inquinamento atmosferico rappresentano solo una minima parte di quelli destinati, ad esempio, alle malattie infettive, sottolinea il rapporto.

L'inquinamento minaccia mondiale per la salute pubblica più di fumo e alcol

2023-08-29T12:25+0200nuovavenezia (it)

Rispettare le soglie Oms su inquinamento e i benefici per l'aspettativa di vita. Nonostante ciò, i fondi stanziati per combattere l'inquinamento atmosferico rappresentano solo una minima parte di quelli destinati, ad esempio, alle malattie infettive, sottolinea il rapporto.

L'inquinamento minaccia mondiale per la salute pubblica più di fumo e alcol

2023-08-29T12:24+0200ilsecoloxix (it)

Rispettare le soglie Oms su inquinamento e i benefici per l'aspettativa di vita. Nonostante ciò, i fondi stanziati per combattere l'inquinamento atmosferico rappresentano solo una minima parte di quelli destinati, ad esempio, alle malattie infettive, sottolinea il rapporto.

L'inquinamento minaccia mondiale per la salute pubblica più di fumo e alcol

2023-08-29T12:13+0200mattinopadova (it)

Rispettare le soglie Oms su inquinamento e i benefici per l'aspettativa di vita. Nonostante ciò, i fondi stanziati per combattere l'inquinamento atmosferico rappresentano solo una minima parte di quelli destinati, ad esempio, alle malattie infettive, sottolinea il rapporto.

L'inquinamento minaccia mondiale per la salute pubblica più di fumo e alcol

2023-08-29T12:07+0200tribunatreviso (it)

Rispettare le soglie Oms su inquinamento e i benefici per l'aspettativa di vita. Nonostante ciò, i fondi stanziati per combattere l'inquinamento atmosferico rappresentano solo una minima parte di quelli destinati, ad esempio, alle malattie infettive, sottolinea il rapporto.

L'inquinamento minaccia mondiale per la salute pubblica più di fumo e alcol

2023-08-29T12:01+0200gazzettadimantova (it)

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L'inquinamento minaccia mondiale per la salute pubblica più di fumo e alcol

2023-08-29T12:00+0200messaggeroveneto (it)

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L'inquinamento minaccia mondiale per la salute pubblica più di fumo e alcol

2023-08-29T11:59+0200ilpiccolo (it)

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L'inquinamento minaccia mondiale per la salute pubblica più ancora di fumo e alcol

2023-08-29T11:57+0200lastampa (it)

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L'inquinamento minaccia mondiale per la salute pubblica più di fumo e alcol

2023-08-29T11:51+0200corrierealpi (it)

Rispettare le soglie Oms su inquinamento e i benefici per l'aspettativa di vita. Nonostante ciò, i fondi stanziati per combattere l'inquinamento atmosferico rappresentano solo una minima parte di quelli destinati, ad esempio, alle malattie infettive, sottolinea il rapporto.

Studio rivela: “L’inquinamento è la principale minaccia per la salute pubblica”

2023-08-29T11:15+0200geagency (it)

L’inquinamento atmosferico rappresenta un rischio maggiore per la salute globale rispetto al fumo o al consumo di alcol, e questo pericolo è ancora più grave in alcune aree del mondo come l’Asia e l’Africa. Lo rivela un rapporto dell’Energy Policy Institute dell’Università di Chicago (EPIC) sulla....

Studio rivela: l'inquinamento è la principale [...]

2023-08-29T08:47+0200triestecafe (it)

L'inquinamento atmosferico rappresenta un rischio maggiore per la salute globale rispetto al fumo o al consumo di alcol, e questo pericolo è ancora più grave in alcune aree del mondo come l'Asia e l'Africa. Lo rivela un rapporto dell'Energy Policy Institute dell'Università di Chicago (EPIC) sulla....

EE UU y China deben luchar contra la crisis climática, no entre ellos

2023-08-29T06:32+0200elpais (es)

El cambio climático es una crisis global y ningún país solo puede resolverlo. Si Estados Unidos, China, y otros países industrializados no se unen para reducir drásticamente las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero , el mundo que dejaremos a nuestros hijos, hijas, y a las generaciones futuras será cada vez más insalubre e inhabitable.

Calls grow for a national wildfire service, while Canada battles worst wildfire season

2023-08-29T02:07+0200calgaryherald (en)

Article content. But instead, tensions have flared between Shuswap residents who say they felt abandoned by the B.C. Wildfire Service and government officials who have scolded people for ignoring evacuation orders, saying they’re actually hampering firefighting efforts.

B.C.’s agriculture industry at forefront of climate change reality

2023-08-29T00:13+0200crestonvalleyadvance (en)

With more than 400 active wildfires still burning in B.C. and many residents yet to return to their homes, it’s too early to know the fate of the province’s honeybees. But that hasn’t stopped Heather Higo, president of the B.C. Honey Producers’ Association, from worrying about the small buzzing pollinators and the farmers who care for them.

B.C.'s agriculture industry at forefront of climate change reality

2023-08-28T22:01+0200barrie (en)

With more than 400 active wildfires still burning in B.C. and many residents yet to return to their homes, it's too early to know the fate of the province's honeybees. But that hasn't stopped Heather Higo, president of the B.C. Honey Producers' Association, from worrying about the small buzzing pollinators and the farmers who care for them.

B.C.’s agriculture industry at forefront of climate change reality

2023-08-28T21:13+0200financialpost (en)

Article content. “Bees are typically located in out-regions away from where you would have your dwelling, so it’s difficult to assess immediately what exactly has been lost.” From cattle ranchers to fruit growers to beekeepers to winemakers, producers in B.C.

Calls grow for a national wildfire service, while Canada battles worst wildfire season 8/28/2023 5:00:00 AM By: Katie DeRosa/Vancouver Sun But Ottawa is saying no to a federal agency and Premier Eby is eying setting up local wildfire volunteer groups More >

2023-08-28T14:04+0200timescolonist (en)

Mark Libera has no formal firefighting experience, but when spot fires threatened his Scotch Creek neighbourhood, he and fellow residents jumped into action. The 66-year-old worked in the darkness in the early morning hours of Aug. 19, following the red glow and dousing flames before they spread to homes.

Panoramica Dpa-AFX: SOCIETÀ - Le notizie più importanti del fine settimana

2023-08-28T02:21+0200marketscreener (it)

Circoli: Boeing riavvia le consegne di 737 Max alla Cina. ARLINGTON - A più di quattro anni dall'incidente mortale di due jet a medio raggio 737 Max, il costruttore statunitense di aerei Boeing è pronto a riavviare le consegne alla Cina, secondo quanto affermano gli addetti ai lavori.

From Europe to Canada to Hawaii, photos capture destructive power of wildfires

2023-08-27T23:41+0200japantoday (en)

The destructive power of wildfire has been a defining feature of a summer of climate extremes. Dozens of people on multiple continents have died. Blazes have reduced homes and businesses to rubble. Thick smoke has darkened skies and carried fine-particle pollution thousands of miles from its source.

Drought in the climate crisis: How Mexico wants to rain down clouds with chemicals

2023-08-27T17:52+0200tellerreport (en)

2023-08-27T15:51:36.381Z. Highlights: Droughts and water shortages are increasing worldwide. Mexico and the United Arab Emirates, among others, are trying to generate rain in a targeted manner. Chemicals are sprayed into the clouds with silver iodide. After 104 rain stimulation flights since 2020,....

Doctors, nurses want B.C. to limit wildfire, climate impacts of LNG industry

2023-08-26T23:19+0200crestonvalleyadvance (en)

More than 500 physicians and nurses across the country have issued their own public health advisory on the fracking and liquefied natural gas industry and how it’s connected to wildfires and other environmental emergencies. A small group of physicians and nurses gathered outside Premier David Eby’s constituency office in Vancouver Thursday (Aug.

Hawaii fires dire omen of climate crisis’ cost to Pacific peoples

2023-08-26T18:40+0200taipeitimes (en)

Hawaii was never paradise. Since the day my ancestors first stepped ashore, our islands have been devastated by hurricanes, tsunamis, earthquakes and erupting volcanoes that buried whole towns. Fires are something new. We were not prepared. Our officials were not prepared for a raging inferno of....

Wildfires Are Much Worse Than a Sign of Climate Change

2023-08-25T00:10+0200homelandsecuritynewswire (en)

Summer headlines have screamed of climate extremes: Record temperatures, an ocean heat wave, and rampant wildfires. The fires present a dual problem: Not only are they a symptom of climate change — becoming bigger, hotter, and more common in regions where they can affect large population centers — but they also make the crisis worse.

Hydropower Is Key to a Clean Energy Future—Here’s Why

2023-08-24T23:20+0200energy-gov (en)

This summer, Americans can clearly see and smell the evidence of climate change. Along the Eastern Seaboard, people have inhaled smoke from the nearly 900 wildfires ravaging Western Canada . This July was Earth’s hottest month ever recorded . Dangerous heat waves and heat domes have strangled cities for weeks at a time.

Firemark AI Revolutionizes Wildfire Prediction and Management with Remarkable 90% Accuracy

2023-08-24T21:00+0200eagletribune (en)

CALGARY, Alberta--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug 24, 2023-- Skymount Global, a pioneering technology company, is thrilled to introduce Firemark AI, an innovative Wildfire Prediction platform that is set to reshape the landscape of wildfire management. Harnessing the power of artificial intelligence (AI),....

Bushfires focus public attention on climate change for months, but it's different for storms and floods

2023-08-24T19:39+0200phys (en)

As the world warms and the climate changes, people are experiencing more frequent and intense extreme weather events. Just this year, heat waves blasted southern Europe, the United States and China; wildfires lit up Greece, Canada and Maui in Hawaii; and on climate change.

From Europe to Hawaii, photos capture destructive power of wildfires

2023-08-24T19:27+0200HonululuAdvertiser (en)

The destructive power of wildfire has been a defining feature of a summer of climate extremes. Dozens of people on multiple continents have died. Blazes have reduced homes and businesses to rubble. Thick smoke has darkened skies and carried fine-particle pollution thousands of miles from its source.

How colonialism, logging and climate change are making Canada's wildfires worse

2023-08-24T18:53+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

According to experts, why the fires are happening now , but there are several other underlying factors that have made the Canadian landscape more vulnerable to wildfires. Property and homes razed by a wildfire in Celista, British Columbia, Canada (Photographer: Cole Burston/Bloomberg via Getty....

The destructive power of wildfires from Europe to Canada to Hawaii

2023-08-24T12:10+0200naharnet-ar (en)

The destructive power of wildfire has been a defining feature of a summer of climate extremes. Dozens of people on multiple continents have died. Blazes have reduced homes and businesses to rubble. Thick smoke has darkened skies and carried fine-particle pollution thousands of miles from its source.

MIL-Evening Report: Bushfires focus public attention on climate change for months, but it’s different for storms and floods

2023-08-24T09:49+0200foreignaffairs-nz (en)

As the world warms and the climate changes, people are experiencing more frequent and intense extreme weather events. Just this year, heatwaves blasted southern Europe , the United States and China; wildfires lit up Greece, Canada and Our new research explores the connection between extreme weather....

Bushfires focus public attention on climate change for months, but it’s different for storms and floods

2023-08-24T09:45+0200johansen (en)

Date: 2023-08-24 07:30 Author: Christopher Crellin, PhD Student / FNRS Aspirant, Université catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain) Original article: https://theconversation.com/bushfires-focus-public-attention-on-climate-change-for-months-but-its-different-for-storms-and-floods-212096 As the world warms....

From Europe to Canada to Hawaii, photos capture destructive power of wildfires

2023-08-24T06:55+0200inquirer (en)

It’s a ghastly pattern that climate scientists around the world say has been worsened and fueled by human-caused global warming. Greenhouse gas emissions have greatly increased the chances of hot, dry weather that makes severe fires more likely. And while proper management can help — for instance,....

From Europe to Canada to Hawaii, photos capture destructive power of wildfires

2023-08-24T02:59+0200sunstar (en)

The destructive power of wildfire has been a defining feature of a summer of climate extremes. Dozens of people on multiple continents have died. Blazes have reduced homes and businesses to rubble. Thick smoke has darkened skies and carried fine-particle pollution thousands of miles from its source.

From Europe to Canada to Hawaii, photos capture destructive power of wildfires

2023-08-23T23:58+0200yakimaherald (en)

The destructive power of wildfire has been a defining feature of a summer of climate extremes. Dozens of people on multiple continents have died. Blazes have reduced homes and businesses to rubble. Thick smoke has darkened skies and carried fine-particle pollution thousands of miles from its source.

From Europe to Canada to Hawaii, photos capture destructive power of wildfires

2023-08-23T23:58+0200eagletribune (en)

The destructive power of wildfire has been a defining feature of a summer of climate extremes. Dozens of people on multiple continents have died. Blazes have reduced homes and businesses to rubble. Thick smoke has darkened skies and carried fine-particle pollution thousands of miles from its source.

From Europe to Canada to Hawaii, photos capture destructive power of wildfires

2023-08-23T23:48+0200wacotrib (en)

It's a ghastly pattern that climate scientists around the world say has been worsened and fueled by human-caused global warming. Greenhouse gas emissions have greatly increased the chances of hot, dry weather that makes severe fires more likely. And while proper management can help — for instance,....

From Europe to Canada to Hawaii, photos capture destructive power of wildfires

2023-08-23T23:45+0200apnews (en)

The destructive power of wildfire has been a defining feature of a summer of climate extremes. Dozens of people on multiple continents have died. Blazes have reduced homes and businesses to rubble. Thick smoke has darkened skies and carried fine-particle pollution thousands of miles from its source.

From Europe to Canada to Hawaii, photos capture destructive power of wildfires

2023-08-23T23:45+0200independent-UK (en)

The destructive power of wildfire has been a defining feature of a summer of climate extremes. Dozens of people on multiple continents have died. Blazes have reduced homes and businesses to rubble. Thick smoke has darkened skies and carried fine-particle pollution thousands of miles from its source.

From Europe to Canada to Hawaii, photos capture destructive power of wildfires

2023-08-23T23:44+0200sandiegouniontribune (en)

The destructive power of wildfire has been a defining feature of a summer of climate extremes. Dozens of people on multiple continents have died. Blazes have reduced homes and businesses to rubble. Thick smoke has darkened skies and carried fine-particle pollution thousands of miles from its source.

Por qué el incremento de la temperatura en la Tierra puede hacer que aumenten los terremotos y las erupciones volcánicas

2023-08-23T20:57+0200ecuadorenvivo (es)

El clima de la Tierra está cambiando rápidamente. En algunas áreas, el aumento de las temperaturas está incrementando la frecuencia y la probabilidad de incendios forestales y sequías. En otras, hace que los aguaceros y las tormentas sean más intensos o acelera el ritmo del derretimiento de los glaciares.

La suba en la temperatura de la tierra y su relación con los terremotos

2023-08-23T16:12+0200mdzol (es)

Partes de Europa y Canadá fueron devastadas por incendios forestales , mientras que Pekín registró sus precipitaciones más intensas en al menos 140 años. Mirando hacia atrás, entre 2000 y 2019, los glaciares del mundo perdieron alrededor de 267 gigatoneladas de hielo por año.

Por qué el incremento de la temperatura en la Tierra puede hacer que aumenten los terremotos y las erupciones volcánicas

2023-08-23T15:41+0200guatevision (es)

En algunas áreas, el aumento de las temperaturas está incrementando la frecuencia y la probabilidad de incendios forestales y sequías. En otras, hace que los aguaceros y las tormentas sean más intensos o acelera el ritmo del derretimiento de los glaciares. Julio de 2023 es una clara ilustración de exactamente esto.

Por qué el incremento de la temperatura en la Tierra puede hacer que aumenten los terremotos y las erupciones volcánicas

2023-08-23T15:30+0200laprensagrafica (es)

El clima de la Tierra está cambiando rápidamente. En algunas áreas, el aumento de las temperaturas está incrementando la frecuencia y la probabilidad de incendios forestales y sequías. En otras, hace que los aguaceros y las tormentas sean más intensos o acelera el ritmo del derretimiento de los glaciares.

WisdomTree: cosa significa il ritorno di El Niño per le materie prime?

2023-08-23T15:29+0200lamiafinanza (it)

Il fenomeno meteorologico noto come “El Niño” è tornato a far parlare di sé. Secondo un nuovo aggiornamento dell’Organizzazione meteorologica mondiale (OMM), le probabilità che El Niño si protragga nella seconda metà del 2023 sarebbero del 90%. Il mondo affronta il luglio più caldo mai registrato.

Por qué el incremento de la temperatura en la Tierra puede hacer que aumenten los terremotos y las erupciones volcánicas

2023-08-23T15:00+0200prensalibre (es)

Julio de 2023 es una clara ilustración de exactamente esto. Partes de Europa y Canadá fueron devastadas por incendios forestales , mientras que Pekín registró sus precipitaciones más intensas en al menos 140 años. Mirando hacia atrás, entre 2000 y 2019, los glaciares del mundo perdieron alrededor de 267 gigatoneladas de hielo por año.

Cambio climático: altas temperaturas aumentan los terremotos y erupciones volcánicas

2023-08-23T14:17+0200eltiempo-CO (es)

En algunas áreas, el aumento de las temperaturas está incrementando la frecuencia y la probabilidad de incendios forestales y sequías. En otras, hace que los aguaceros y las tormentas sean más intensos o acelera el ritmo del derretimiento de los glaciares. Julio de 2023 es una clara ilustración de exactamente esto.

Finding Climate Havens

2023-08-23T12:41+0200nytimes (en)

This year’s heat can seem relentless, and appears to be only the beginning of a lifetime of hotter summers. It’s even hot in the oceans . And then there are the wildfires, droughts and floods, which have recently hit the seeming paradises of Hawaii and California.

Por qué el incremento de la temperatura en la Tierra puede hacer que aumenten los terremotos y las erupciones volcánicas

2023-08-23T12:35+0200acento (es)

Getty Images El volcán Fagradalsfjall, en la península de Reykjanes, Islandia. El clima de la Tierra está cambiando rápidamente. En algunas áreas, el aumento de las temperaturas está incrementando la frecuencia y la probabilidad de incendios forestales y sequías.

Wildfires continue to rage around the world with 'humans to blame'

2023-08-23T07:07+0200irishmirror (en)

TOPSHOT - Wildfires burn the forests near the village of Vati, just north of the coastal town of Gennadi, in the southern part of the Greek island of Rhodes, on July 25, 2023. Some 30,000 people fled the flames on Rhodes during the weekend, the country's largest-ever wildfire evacuation as the Greek....

Scientists attribute this year’s worsened wildfire conditions in Quebec to climate change

2023-08-22T23:59+0200whatsnew2day (en)

The unprecedented wildfires that ripped through Quebec this summer were made more likely and more intense by human-caused climate change, according to a new analysis by an international team of scientists. The World Weather Attribution initiative, a UK-based group that estimates the contribution of....

Climate change made weather conditions that powered Quebec fires twice as likely, scientists say

2023-08-22T22:38+0200CBC (en)

The record-setting wildfires that ripped through Quebec this summer were made more likely and more intense by human-caused climate change, according to a new analysis by an international team of scientists. The World Weather Attribution initiative, a U.K.

Wildfires have always happened, but the climate crisis is making them worse

2023-08-22T21:54+0200thechronicleherald (en)

As wildfires continue to ravage Canada and other countries around the world, many right-wing climate deniers continue to try to claim that fires have always happened and climate change has nothing to do with the devastation. But those who deny the correlation ignore the fact that the issue isn’t that climate change is causing the fires.

'For the entire planet, it is a disaster'

2023-08-22T18:33+0200buzz (en)

were reported as being caught up in infernos in Greece, Spain, Italy, France, Tenerife, Hawaii and more this summer. For some, climate breakdown may have seemed like some far off problem that wasn't going to impact many of us until well into the future. But scenes in from across the globe this summer tell a very different story.

Impressionante “tornado di fuoco” si sviluppa negli incendi boschivi in Canada. Il video

2023-08-22T17:30+0200scienzenotizie (it)

Secondo il Canadian Interagency Wildland Fire Center, nel Paese sono ancora attivi più di 1.000 incendi. In tutta la provincia canadese della Columbia Britannica è in vigore lo stato di emergenza a causa dei minacciosi incendi che hanno costretto migliaia di residenti a evacuare le proprie case.

The Hawai’i fires are a dire omen of the climate crisis’s cost to Pacific peoples | Kiana Davenport

2023-08-22T12:16+0200guardian (en)

Hawaii was never paradise. Since the day my ancestors first stepped ashore, our islands have been devastated by hurricanes, tsunamis, earthquakes and erupting volcanoes that buried whole towns. But fires are something new. We were not prepared. Our officials were not prepared, for a raging inferno....

Clima, california allagata per Hilary In Canada bruciano le foreste

2023-08-22T09:39+0200ilSole24ore (it)

Il susseguirsi di disastri in Nordamerica ha acceso i riflettori sul cambiamento climatico e le sue ripercussioni. Se legare l’effetto serra a singoli episodi è difficile, il riscaldamento planetario, sottolineano le autorità scientifiche, crea le condizioni che rendono gli uragani e i cicloni più intensi e gli incendi più distruttivi.

Flash Drought Contribution to Deadly Maui Fires Explained

2023-08-21T23:01+0200miragenews (en)

In the aftermath of the Maui fires, government now looks to better understand the conditions that led to the disaster. (U.S. Department of Defense photo) As the island of Maui continues to sift through the rubble of the most devastating wildfires in Hawaii's history, many residents say they never saw it coming.

Wildfires have always happened, but climate change is making them worse

2023-08-21T22:41+0200saltwire (en)

As wildfires continue to ravage Canada and other countries around the world, many right-wing climate deniers continue to try to claim that fires have always happened and climate change has nothing to do with the devastation. But those who deny the correlation ignore the fact that the issue isn’t that climate change is causing the fires.

Flash Drought Contribution to Deadly Maui Fire Explained

2023-08-21T22:39+0200miragenews (en)

In the aftermath of the Maui fires, government now looks to better understand the conditions that led to the disaster. (U.S. Department of Defense photo) As the island of Maui continues to sift through the rubble of the most devastating wildfires in Hawaii's history, many residents say they never saw it coming.

Canada Wildfire Maps as U.S. States Face 'Unhealthy' Air Quality

2023-08-21T17:21+0200newsweek-USA (en)

Wildfires are scorching large areas of Canada 's British Columbia and Northwest Territories, sending plumes of smoke billowing across the northwestern U.S. states. NASA maps show the extent of the blazes, with nearly 400 fires burning in British Columbia alone, and about 1,000 fires burning across....

"Emergenza incendi? Fuoco controllato è soluzione"/ Held (EFI) "Così si evitano catastrofi. In Italia..."

2023-08-21T17:17+0200ilsussidiario (it)

Per il Canada questa è la peggiore stagione dal punto di vista degli incendi boschivi , con oltre 13 milioni di ettari bruciati. In Europa sta bruciando l’isola di Tenerife , ma roghi sono divampati anche in Grecia , mentre in Germania è scattato l’allarme per l’aumento del rischio di incendi boschivi.

How the Hawaii Wildfires Spread So Quickly

2023-08-21T13:54+0200usnews (en)

LONDON (Reuters) - The wildfire that ripped through Lahaina last week, reducing what had once been the jewel of the historic Hawaiian kingdom to rubble, was decades in the making, scientists say. Still, it would take a unique combination of the elements to produce America's deadliest wildfire in more than a century.

L’estate dei roghi, bruciano boschi e case a Tenerife, in Grecia e Canada

2023-08-20T21:40+0200corriere (it)

Una foto da sola potrebbe non fare testo, due neppure, e neppure presi uno per uno gli incendi che si accavallano, una dopo l’altro, da inizio estate. Rodi. La Sicilia di fine giugno. Le Hawaii (dove lunedì è in visita il presidente Biden, dopo 36 ore di fiamme che hanno incenerito Maui).

Tierra, viento y fuego

2023-08-20T18:16+0200esdelatino-com (es)

El incendio forestal que arrasó Lahaina la semana pasada, reduciendo a escombros lo que una vez había sido la joya del histórico reino hawaiano, tardó décadas en gestarse, dicen los científicos. Aún así, se necesitaría una combinación única de los elementos para producir el incendio forestal más mortífero de Estados Unidos en más de un siglo.

Canada fires: How colonialism, logging and climate change are making the wildfires worse

2023-08-20T15:54+0200inews-co-uk (en)

This year, over 5,700 fires have burnt more than 137,000 square kilometres (53,000 square miles) across all 13 provinces and territories, according to the Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre. Measured by carbon emissions, this year is twice as bad as the previous record, from 2014, and six times above the long-term average.

Vancouver Island fire crews help battle flames in Kelowna

2023-08-19T18:01+0200barrie (en)

As flames ravage the Kelowna area, forcing thousands to flee and destroying dozens of homes and counting, fire crews from Vancouver Island are rushing to help. Four municipal firefighters from Saanich, as well as crews from Lake Cowichan and Comox, have headed to the Interior. The team from Saanich arrived at the fires on Friday afternoon.

Cambio climático y negligencia: posibles factores que contribuyeron a los incendios forestales de Ha

2023-08-19T14:06+0200animalpolitico (es)

Casas destruidas por las llamas, vehículos incinerados, y largos fragmentos de vegetación carbonizada son algunas de las fotografías que han dado la vuelta al mundo luego de los fuertes incendios forestales que azotaron la región de Lahaina , una ciudad en la isla de Maui y sobre los cuales el....

The lush and humid island of Maui wasn’t supposed to burn. Why did it?

2023-08-19T13:11+0200theglobeandmail (en)

Twenty years ago, Jack Minassian stared out of a helicopter at something he expected never to see. Beneath him was the Hawaiian rain forest, and it was on fire. Flames towered 45 metres into the sky. “This was in an area that wasn’t supposed to burn,” said Mr.

In Iraq raggiunti i 50°C gradi all’ombra e il riso ambrato non cresce più, l’ONU: “Un monito per tutti”

2023-08-19T12:25+0200ohga (it)

In Iraq ci sono 50°C all'ombra . È un dato allarmante che si inserisce in un contesto di crisi climatica e che deve fungere da monito per il resto del mondo, Italia compresa. Il Paese sta attraversando la peggiore ondata di calore degli ultimi decenni e il quarto anno consecutivo di siccità.

Tropical Storm Hilary Is Latest in a Year of Weather Extremes for California

2023-08-19T11:06+0200nytimes (en)

In a warming climate, we should expect to see more of such extremes, Dr. Anderson said. Still, “to have them all happen in the same year, in and of itself might be its own extreme,” he said. Nowhere in the contiguous United States does precipitation vary year to year more than in California , and southeastern California in particular.

Already in midst of dire climate crises, US faces prospect of worsening disasters

2023-08-18T14:35+0200TheFrontierPost-en (en)

The climate change-induced disasters are only slated to accelerate, Zong-Liang Yang, a professor at the University of Texas at Austin’s Jackson School of Geosciences told Anadolu. “We are entering a stage from global warming to global boiling,” Yang said, echoing a warning from UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

El huracán Hilary ahora es una tormenta de categoría 4 en camino al sur de California

2023-08-18T13:27+0200notiulti (es)

Imagen satelital infrarroja del huracán Hilary como una tormenta de categoría 3 el jueves por la noche antes de que se intensificara rápidamente a una tormenta de categoría 4. Imagen: NOAA. Huracán Hilario en un Categoría 4 huracán el viernes por la mañana, y está a punto de traer una serie de....

Already in midst of dire climate crises, US faces prospect of worsening disasters

2023-08-18T13:20+0200aa-en (en)

HOUSTON, United States. This year has seen wave after wave of extreme weather batter the US from mass flooding in drought-stricken California to record-shattering heatwaves in the Southwest, and wildfires in Hawaii that have produced death tolls not seen in over a century.

Floods, fires hit farmers in east Canada

2023-08-18T11:48+0200bdnews24 (en)

Nova Scotia has long been seen as a relative climate haven in Canada , yet farmers in the Atlantic province have faced a series of debilitating hardships recently as extreme weather escalates. Storms, floods, a cold snap and record wildfires have all battered the eastern province over the last 12....

Already In Midst Of Dire Climate Crises, US Faces Prospect Of Worsening Disasters

2023-08-18T11:36+0200haberler-en (en)

This year has seen wave after wave of extreme weather batter the US – from mass flooding in drought-stricken California to record-shattering heatwaves in the Southwest, and wildfires in Hawaii that have produced death tolls not seen in over a century.

Floods and wildfires hit farmers in eastern Canada

2023-08-18T10:49+0200illawarramercury (en)

Storms, floods, a cold snap and record wildfires have all battered the eastern province in the past 12 months, devastating crops, harming animals, and leaving farmers such as Matthew Roy increasingly concerned about what could come next. For many farmers such as Roy, Nova Scotia has been an....

Floods and wildfires hit farmers in eastern Canada

2023-08-18T10:44+0200portstephensexaminer (en)

Storms, floods, a cold snap and record wildfires have all battered the eastern province in the past 12 months, devastating crops, harming animals, and leaving farmers such as Matthew Roy increasingly concerned about what could come next. For many farmers such as Roy, Nova Scotia has been an....

Floods and wildfires hit farmers in eastern Canada

2023-08-18T10:43+0200dailyadvertiser (en)

Storms, floods, a cold snap and record wildfires have all battered the eastern province in the past 12 months, devastating crops, harming animals, and leaving farmers such as Matthew Roy increasingly concerned about what could come next. For many farmers such as Roy, Nova Scotia has been an....

Floods and wildfires hit farmers in eastern Canada

2023-08-18T10:43+0200bordermail (en)

Storms, floods, a cold snap and record wildfires have all battered the eastern province in the past 12 months, devastating crops, harming animals, and leaving farmers such as Matthew Roy increasingly concerned about what could come next. For many farmers such as Roy, Nova Scotia has been an....

Floods and wildfires hit farmers in eastern Canada

2023-08-18T10:42+0200maitlandmercury (en)

Storms, floods, a cold snap and record wildfires have all battered the eastern province in the past 12 months, devastating crops, harming animals, and leaving farmers such as Matthew Roy increasingly concerned about what could come next. For many farmers such as Roy, Nova Scotia has been an....

Floods and wildfires hit farmers in eastern Canada

2023-08-18T10:40+0200newcastleherald (en)

Storms, floods, a cold snap and record wildfires have all battered the eastern province in the past 12 months, devastating crops, harming animals, and leaving farmers such as Matthew Roy increasingly concerned about what could come next. For many farmers such as Roy, Nova Scotia has been an....

Qual è l’impatto di El Niño nel mondo e cosa significa il suo ritorno quest’anno?

2023-08-18T06:37+0200rinnovabili (it)

crediti: NOAA L’impatto di El Niño varia molto da regione a regione. (Rinnovabili.it) – Negli ultimi 5 anni abbiamo registrato il secondo anno più caldo di sempre a livello globale, nel 2020, e due delle estati più calde mai viste in Europa (2021 e 2022).

Summer heat wave tracker: July was the hottest month ever recorded, by a lot

2023-08-18T01:03+0200insider-com (en)

. Extreme heat is becoming more frequent, severe, and long-lasting, with less overnight relief as nighttime temperatures also rise. It's now common for multiple disastrous heat waves to batter different parts of the planet at the same time, fueling droughts and wildfires.