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Indonesian Disaster Mitigation Needs Early Warning Technology and Innovation

2024-04-24T13:23+0200kompas-id (en)

MACHRADIN WAHYUDI RITONGA. Kopassus Trail Adventure Team personnel traverse building ruins in Sarampad Village, Cugenang District, Cianjur, West Java, Saturday (26/11/2022). BANDUNG, KOMPAS - Indonesia , as a country prone to disasters, needs to implement technology and innovation in developing early warning systems.

Asia is most climate disaster-impacted region, UN meteorological agency says

2024-04-23T11:17+0200chinadailyhk (en)

A wooden boat is seen on the dry bed of a reservoir in Wonogiri district, Central Java, Indonesia , Aug 10, 2023. (PHOTO / XINHUA) GENEVA - Asia was the world's most disaster-hit region by climate-related hazards last year, the World Meteorological Organization said, with floods and storms causing the highest number of casualties.

World News | India Among Asian Countries Hit by Heatwave in 2003: UN Report

2024-04-23T10:06+0200latestly (en)

Geneva (Switzerland)/ Bangkok (Thailand), April 23 (ANI): Asia was among the world's most disaster-hit region from weather, climate and water hazards in 2023, the United Nations said on Tuesday, with floods and storms the chief cause of casualties. Floods and storms caused the highest number of....

Gendered Impacts of Heat Waves and Drought in Asia and the Pacific: A review in the context of El Nino

2024-04-19T11:36+0200reliefWeb (en)

Summary. The cyclical reoccurrence of El Niño every two to seven years exacerbates climatic challenges faced by countries in the Asia and the Pacific region, intensifying heat waves and drought episodes. These extreme weather events have significant effects on food security, health, and economic productivity, among others.

Quasi la metà delle principali città cinesi sta affondando: il problema della subsidenza

2024-04-18T23:06+0200meteoweb (it)

Secondo un articolo pubblicato sulla rivista Science oggi, un residente su dieci delle città costiere in Cina potrebbe trovarsi a vivere sotto il livello del mare entro un secolo, a causa della subsidenza del terreno e dei cambiamenti climatici . Circa il 16% dell’area mappata delle principali città....

Questi oggetti ci svelano come l'uomo sopravvisse alla devastante eruzione del vulcano Toba

2024-04-16T07:20+0200247libero (it)

Circa 74 mila anni fa, il vulcano Toba, situato nell'attuale isola di Sumatra, in Indonesia , fu responsabile di una delle più devastanti eruzioni nella storia della Terra: creò una caldera di 100 km per 60 di diametro oggi occupata dal lago Toba e proiettò in atmosfera polveri che finirono anche sull'Himalaya a 3.

Natura Come l'uomo sopravvisse all'eruzione del Toba

2024-04-16T05:14+0200focus-it (it)

Circa 74 mila anni fa, il vulcano Toba, situato nell'attuale isola di Sumatra, in Indonesia , fu responsabile di una delle più devastanti eruzioni nella storia della Terra: creò una caldera di 100 km per 60 di diametro oggi occupata dal lago Toba e proiettò in atmosfera polveri che finirono anche sull'Himalaya a 3.

Frana durante la stagione delle piogge: almeno 19 morti

2024-04-14T19:59+0200virgilio-notizie (it)

In Indonesia un forte temporale ha causato una frana mortale. Nella serata del 13 aprile è avvenuto un crollo nella località indonesiana centrale di Taana Toraja , nella provincia del Sulawesi meridionale. Risultano ancora due dispersi in zona, mentre nelle altre province colpite sono molte di più.

1816: l’anno in cui l’estate non arrivò mai

2024-04-14T09:19+0200fai.informazione (it)

L’anno 1816 è passato alla storia come “l’anno senza estate”, un periodo caratterizzato da un clima inusuale che ha portato a conseguenze globali. Questo fenomeno, noto ufficialmente anche come “The Year Without Summer”, ha visto un calo delle temperature medie globali di circa 2-7 °F (-13/16°....

L’Anno Senza Estate: Il 1816, l’Anno del Freddo Estremo

2024-04-13T19:20+0200scienzenotizie (it)

Potrebbe sembrare abbastanza innocente qui, ma il capriccio del Tambora nel 1815 ha portato a un clima freddo e al fallimento dei raccolti l’anno successivo. (MudaCom/Shutterstock.com) L’estate è di solito caratterizzata dagli alberi rigogliosi, cieli azzurri e giornate calde e lunghe, ma nel 1816,....

In 1816, The World Saw A Year Without Summer

2024-04-13T12:53+0200iflscience (en)

In the US, instead of summer warmth replacing the winter, the bitterly cold weather remained. The month of May can occasionally get a little chilly under normal circumstances, but in 1816, frost persisted across many of the eastern states. June saw snow. Rivers in Pennsylvania were still frozen over come July.

Nexus Programming: A Jargon or Real Practices?

2024-04-11T20:01+0200reliefWeb (en)

Plan Indonesia . Plan International Indonesia began working in Indonesia in 1969 and became a national foundation in 2017, acknowledged as Yayasan Plan International Indonesia (Plan Indonesia). Plan Indonesia focuses on advancing children’s and youth’s rights by prioritizing child development and....

Clima, aumentano le probabilità di La Niña in estate: le ultime previsioni

2024-04-11T19:47+0200meteoweb (it)

Dopo aver condizionato il clima negli ultimi mesi in varie parti del mondo, il fenomeno climatico El Niño si prepara a lasciare spazio a La Niña . Secondo quanto indicano le ultime previsioni del Climate Prediction Center (CPC) della NOAA, nel corso del mese di marzo 2024, le anomalie della....

Stephen Cadogan: Storms gathering on the horizon

2024-04-09T18:31+0200irishexaminer (en)

However, the supply of potatoes and vegetables for our tables is also hit by the rainy autumn and spring. For two years in a row, Irish field vegetable growers have been hit by bad weather, which reduced yields and caused the complete loss of some crops.

Quali sono i rischi dei formaggi con latte crudo: le risposte del medico sull’Escherichia coli

2024-04-06T08:29+0200zazoom-it (it)

(Di sabato 6 aprile 2024) Anche se la maggior parte dei ceppi di Escherichia coli sono innocui, alcuni pos sono avere gravi conseguenze per la salute umana. Alcuni ceppi sono in grado infatti di produrre una tossina molto potente e nociva, la verocitotossina. Nei casi più gravi questa può essere perfino letale.

Philippine remains world’s most disaster-prone country (KPL/VNA) – The World Risk Index (WRI) 2023 put the Philippines at the number one for the most-disaster-prone country in the world, followed by Indonesia and India.

2024-04-05T06:53+0200kpl (en)

(KPL/VNA) The World Risk Index (WRI) 2023 put the Philippines at the number one for the most-disaster-prone country in the world, followed by Indonesia and India. According to the report, the Philippines topped the list with the highest disaster risk worldwide point of 46.86/100 WRI, while Indonesia and India spotted at 43.

Vietnam 15th country at most risks of disasters: Report

2024-04-04T13:31+0200vietnamnet-vn-en (en)

Việt Nam and Yemen share 15th position in the list of countries at the most risks of natural disasters globally in 2023, an improvement from the 12th position in 2022 for the country, according to the latest WorldRiskReport. The dimensions of risks for Việt Nam measured in the report, Exposure and....

Việt Nam 15th country at most risks of disasters: Report

2024-04-04T09:16+0200vietnamnews (en)

HÀ NỘI — Việt Nam and Yemen share 15th position in the list of countries at the most risks of natural disasters globally in 2023, an improvement from the 12th position in 2022 for the country, according to the latest WorldRiskReport. The dimensions of risks for Việt Nam measured in the report,....

Challenging cascade

2024-04-02T18:48+0200manilastandard-ph (en)

Conserve water and energy consumption. These, amid what authorities call the peak impact of the El Niño phenomenon which typically leads to reduced rainfall in Southeast Asia where the Philippines is. From droughts and water scarcity to crop failures, forest fires, and economic disruptions, its impact is felt across many sectors of society.

En Indonesia, deforestación intensifica desastres causados por lluvias y cambio climático

2024-04-01T19:40+0200elperiodicodemexico (es)

VICTORIA MILKO. YAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) Las carreteras se volvieron ríos marrones, las casas fueron arrasadas por las fuertes corrientes y se sacaron cadáveres del lodo durante las letales inundaciones repentinas y aludes luego que lluvias torrenciales impactaron Sumatra Occidental a principios de....

En Indonesia, deforestación intensifica desastres causados por lluvias y cambio climático

2024-04-01T05:36+0200diariolibre (es)

Las carreteras se volvieron ríos marrones, las casas fueron arrasadas por las fuertes corrientes y se sacaron cadáveres del lodo durante las letales inundaciones repentinas y aludes luego que lluvias torrenciales impactaron Sumatra Occidental a principios de marzo, convirtiéndose en uno de los desastres naturales más mortíferos de Indonesia .

PHL needs more nature-based infra to mitigate flooding — OECD

2024-03-31T14:17+0200bworldcom (en)

THE PHILIPPINES needs to invest in infrastructure that incorporates nature-based solutions to flooding, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). In a working paper, “Nature-based solutions for flood-management in Asia and the Pacific,” the OECD said that....

En Indonesia, deforestación intensifica desastres causados por lluvias y cambio climático

2024-03-31T03:29+0200lanacion-AR (es)

YAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Las carreteras se volvieron ríos marrones, las casas fueron arrasadas por las fuertes corrientes y se sacaron cadáveres del lodo durante las letales inundaciones repentinas y aludes luego que lluvias torrenciales impactaron Sumatra Occidental a principios de marzo,....

En Indonesia, deforestación intensifica desastres causados por lluvias y cambio climático

2024-03-31T03:22+0200sandiegouniontribune (es)

YAKARTA, Indonesia — Las carreteras se volvieron ríos marrones, las casas fueron arrasadas por las fuertes corrientes y se sacaron cadáveres del lodo durante las letales inundaciones repentinas y aludes luego que lluvias torrenciales impactaron Sumatra Occidental a principios de marzo,....

Le risaie della valle del Po a rischio per la siccità

2024-03-28T08:27+0100zazoom-it (it)

(Di giovedì 28 marzo 2024) Il manto nevoso delle Alpi continua a ridursi e nei mesi estivi i fiumi porteranno meno acqua alle coltivazioni di riso. Molte di queste sono già seriamente compromesse Leggi. Leggi tutta la notizia su internazionale. Salerno: AutoDue presenta il nuovo showroom -....

Climate change forces female students out of the classroom

2024-03-27T01:44+0100abc-au (en)

The worsening effects of climate change are pushing female students in Asia out of the classroom, with extreme weather hamstringing their ability to fulfil household duties, maintain good hygiene, and even physically get to school. Osin Iengari is a 20-year-old woman from Indonesia , living in East Nusa Tenggara.

IEA: tre volte più emissioni senza rinnovabili e BEV

2024-03-25T02:14+0100247libero (it)

L’aumento globale delle emissioni negli ultimi cinque anni sarebbe stato tre volte maggiore senza auto elettriche e sviluppo delle energie rinnovabili. Lo certifica una nuova analisi dell’Agenzia internazionale per l’energia (IEA). fonte: Rapporto sulle emissioni di CO2 dell’International Energy Agency.

IEA: tre volte più emissioni senza rinnovabili e BEV

2024-03-25T00:37+0100vaielettrico (it)

L’aumento globale delle emissioni negli ultimi cinque anni sarebbe stato tre volte maggiore senza auto elettriche e sviluppo delle energie rinnovabili. Lo certifica una nuova analisi dell’Agenzia internazionale per l’energia (IEA). fonte: Rapporto sulle emissioni di CO2 dell’International Energy Agency.

Los africanos usaban arcos y flechas hace 74 mil años

2024-03-24T11:28+0100FaroDeVigo (es)

Además, según los científicos, es posible que hayan utilizado arcos y flechas para capturar peces. Como se informa en un artículo publicado en la revista Nature, esta plasticidad conductual puede haber permitido a los humanos extenderse fuera de África incluso durante los períodos secos. El origen: un supervolcán.

Los africanos usaban arcos y flechas hace 74 mil años

2024-03-24T11:26+0100elperiodicodearagon (es)

Además, según los científicos, es posible que hayan utilizado arcos y flechas para capturar peces. Como se informa en un artículo publicado en la revista Nature, esta plasticidad conductual puede haber permitido a los humanos extenderse fuera de África incluso durante los períodos secos. El origen: un supervolcán.

Los africanos usaban arcos y flechas hace 74 mil años

2024-03-24T11:25+0100superdeporte (es)

Además, según los científicos, es posible que hayan utilizado arcos y flechas para capturar peces. Como se informa en un artículo publicado en la revista Nature, esta plasticidad conductual puede haber permitido a los humanos extenderse fuera de África incluso durante los períodos secos. El origen: un supervolcán.

Los africanos usaban arcos y flechas hace 74 mil años

2024-03-24T11:25+0100laopinioncoruna (es)

Además, según los científicos, es posible que hayan utilizado arcos y flechas para capturar peces. Como se informa en un artículo publicado en la revista Nature, esta plasticidad conductual puede haber permitido a los humanos extenderse fuera de África incluso durante los períodos secos. El origen: un supervolcán.

Los africanos usaban arcos y flechas hace 74 mil años

2024-03-24T11:24+0100DiarioDeMallorca (es)

Además, según los científicos, es posible que hayan utilizado arcos y flechas para capturar peces. Como se informa en un artículo publicado en la revista Nature, esta plasticidad conductual puede haber permitido a los humanos extenderse fuera de África incluso durante los períodos secos. El origen: un supervolcán.

Los africanos usaban arcos y flechas hace 74 mil años

2024-03-24T11:24+0100epe (es)

Un equipo de científicos analizó materiales del sitio de la Edad de Piedra Media de Shinfa-Metema-1 , que se encuentra en la actual Etiopía. Los investigadores han descubierto que aquí vivieron pueblos antiguos antes, durante y después de la erupción del supervolcán Toba, que ocurrió hace unos 74 mil años.

Los africanos usaban arcos y flechas hace 74 mil años

2024-03-24T11:23+0100diarioCordoba (es)

Además, según los científicos, es posible que hayan utilizado arcos y flechas para capturar peces. Como se informa en un artículo publicado en la revista Nature, esta plasticidad conductual puede haber permitido a los humanos extenderse fuera de África incluso durante los períodos secos. El origen: un supervolcán.

Los africanos usaban arcos y flechas hace 74 mil años

2024-03-24T11:23+0100elperiodico (es)

Un equipo de científicos analizó materiales del sitio de la Edad de Piedra Media de Shinfa-Metema-1 , que se encuentra en la actual Etiopía. Los investigadores han descubierto que aquí vivieron pueblos antiguos antes, durante y después de la erupción del supervolcán Toba, que ocurrió hace unos 74 mil años.

11:17 Los africanos usaban arcos y flechas hace 74 mil años

2024-03-24T11:22+0100laopiniondemurcia (es)

Además, según los científicos, es posible que hayan utilizado arcos y flechas para capturar peces. Como se informa en un artículo publicado en la revista Nature, esta plasticidad conductual puede haber permitido a los humanos extenderse fuera de África incluso durante los períodos secos. El origen: un supervolcán.

Los africanos usaban arcos y flechas hace 74 mil años

2024-03-24T11:22+0100laopiniondezamora (es)

Además, según los científicos, es posible que hayan utilizado arcos y flechas para capturar peces. Como se informa en un artículo publicado en la revista Nature, esta plasticidad conductual puede haber permitido a los humanos extenderse fuera de África incluso durante los períodos secos. El origen: un supervolcán.

Los africanos usaban arcos y flechas hace 74 mil años

2024-03-24T11:19+0100elperiodicoextremadura (es)

Un equipo de científicos analizó materiales del sitio de la Edad de Piedra Media de Shinfa-Metema-1 , que se encuentra en la actual Etiopía. Los investigadores han descubierto que aquí vivieron pueblos antiguos antes, durante y después de la erupción del supervolcán Toba, que ocurrió hace unos 74 mil años.

Indonesia Needs Advanced Drones to Improve Disaster Mitigation, Says BNPB Official

2024-03-23T18:51+0100tempo-co (en)

TEMPO.CO Jakarta - An official at the Indonesia Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) emphasized the need to procure advanced drones , which could improve mitigation efforts and operations to handle the impact of disasters. The agency's Director of Disaster Risk Mapping and Evaluation, Udrekh, said on....

BNPB needs advanced drones to improve disaster mitigation: Official

2024-03-23T13:35+0100antaranews-en (en)

File - An aerial photo of floods in Demak, Central Java, taken by a drone of the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) on March 18, 2024. (ANTARA/HO-BNPB/rst) Jakarta (ANTARA) - An official at the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) emphasized the need to procure advanced drones, which....

Water Worries: Indonesia and the U.S. Have Plenty in Common

2024-03-23T08:19+0100tempo-co (en)

The Indonesia n capital is a coastal tropical city of over 11 million people, three times as many as temperate, landlocked Iowa. Most people in the majority Muslim city don't eat pork. Iowa is the largest producer of pork products in the US. Dig below the surface, however, and you find that Jakarta....

Gli esseri umani moderni seguirono un “corridoio blu” fuori dall’Africa meno di 100.000 anni fa

2024-03-22T22:55+0100scienzenotizie (it)

Secondo un nuovo studio, l’aridità causata dall’eruzione del supervulcano Toba in Indonesia costrinse i nostri antenati a spostarsi di stagno in stagno in cerca di pesci di cui nutrirsi. Gli esseri umani moderni si sono dispersi più volte fuori dall’Africa, ma la migrazione più recente e diffusa,....

L’eruzione del supervulcano di Toba e l’evoluzione umana

2024-03-22T11:42+0100scienzenotizie (it)

Il sito di Shinfa-Metema 1 su un affluente stagionale del Nilo Azzurro suggerisce che gli esseri umani si ritiravano presso pozze d’acqua durante le stagioni secche e si adattavano. (https://topographic-map.com Licenza Open Database (ODbL) v1.0) L’eruzione del supervulcano di Toba è considerata la....

Un maloliente surtidor de barro

2024-03-21T19:55+0100vistaalmar (es)

El volcán de lodo más grande del mundo continúa en erupción. Sin previo aviso, una mezcla terrenal de lodo gris, vapor y agua hirviendo explotó en un flujo constante a cientos de metros en el cielo de la mañana. Una mezcolanza de maloliente huevo podrido emanaba del sitio de la erupción, asentándose densamente sobre el paisaje tropical.

10:30 Los africanos usaban arcos y flechas hace 74 mil años

2024-03-21T12:10+0100elperiodicoextremadura (es)

Un equipo de científicos analizó materiales del sitio de la Edad de Piedra Media de Shinfa-Metema-1 , que se encuentra en la actual Etiopía. Los investigadores han descubierto que aquí vivieron pueblos antiguos antes, durante y después de la erupción del supervolcán Toba, que ocurrió hace unos 74 mil años.

09:30 Los africanos usaban arcos y flechas hace 74 mil años

2024-03-21T12:02+0100laprovincia (es)

Además, según los científicos, es posible que hayan utilizado arcos y flechas para capturar peces. Como se informa en un artículo publicado en la revista Nature, esta plasticidad conductual puede haber permitido a los humanos extenderse fuera de África incluso durante los períodos secos. El origen: un supervolcán.

Los africanos usaban arcos y flechas hace 74 mil años

2024-03-21T11:59+0100eldia (es)

Además, según los científicos, es posible que hayan utilizado arcos y flechas para capturar peces. Como se informa en un artículo publicado en la revista Nature, esta plasticidad conductual puede haber permitido a los humanos extenderse fuera de África incluso durante los períodos secos. El origen: un supervolcán.

10:30 Los africanos usaban arcos y flechas hace 74 mil años

2024-03-21T11:57+0100laopiniondemalaga (es)

Además, según los científicos, es posible que hayan utilizado arcos y flechas para capturar peces. Como se informa en un artículo publicado en la revista Nature, esta plasticidad conductual puede haber permitido a los humanos extenderse fuera de África incluso durante los períodos secos. El origen: un supervolcán.

Water worries: Indonesia and the US have plenty in common

2024-03-21T08:37+0100thefifthestate-au (en)

On the surface, Jakarta has little in common with the US state of Iowa. The Indonesia n capital is a coastal tropical city of over 11 million people, three times as many as temperate, landlocked Iowa. Most people in the majority Muslim city don’t eat pork. Iowa is the largest producer of pork products in the US.

Water worries: Indonesia and the US have plenty in common

2024-03-21T07:56+0100devdiscourse (en)

Jakarta Jakarta, Mar 21 (360info) Despite being on other sides of the planet, Jakarta and Iowa are staring down similar issues around water hygiene and supply. On the surface, Jakarta has little in common with the US state of Iowa. The Indonesia n capital is a coastal tropical city of over 11 million....

Fragmentos de vidrio del tamaño de un pelo prueban que los humanos sobrevivieron al supervolcán Toba hace 74.000 años

2024-03-20T17:40+0100cadenaser (es)

La última erupción del supervolcán Toba, en la actual indonesia, tuvo un índice de explosividad volcánica de 8 (la calificación más alta en la escala. Lanzó millones de kilos de roca densa y magma. Son tantos que multiplica por 12 la erupción más grande de la historia reciente, la del monte Tambora....

Coal Use Hits Record In 2023, Earth's Hottest Year

2024-03-20T13:14+0100menafn (en)

- Jordan Times) PARIS - Global consumption of coal reached an all-time high in 2023, the IEA energy watchdog said on Friday, as Earth experienced its hottest recorded year. The International Energy Agency (IEA) reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous....

The Reason Behind Jakarta's Current Blue Sky

2024-03-20T09:34+0100kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/AGUS SUSANTO. The weather was sunny and the sky was blue in the Tanah Abang area of Central Jakarta on Tuesday (31/3/2020). JAKARTA, KOMPAS — Clear skies and weather have occurred in the Jakarta area and its surroundings in the last two days. The Meteorology , Climatology and Geophysics....

Greenpeace Backs BRIN's Study on Potential Extreme Drought in IKN, Kalimantan

2024-03-19T16:44+0100tempo-co (en)

Indonesia , Iqbal Damanik, supported the study conducted by the National Research and Innovation Agency ( BRIN ) researcher, Erma Yulihastin, regarding the potential of extreme droughts that could ravage Kalimantan Island till 2033. As reported earlier, Erma released a study by monitoring climate conditions and climatological aspects in the area.

Chances of a Weather-Roiling La Niña This Year Are Now Above 80%

2024-03-19T07:52+0100claimsjournal (en)

The odds of a weather-roiling La Niña in the coming months are rising, elevating the risk of an unusually active Atlantic hurricane season. The chances of La Niña, a cooling of the equatorial Pacific, rose to 82% for August, September and October, the US Climate Prediction Center said. Last month there was a 74% chance.

Second stage of Pacific leaders for Advancing Climate, H…

2024-03-19T05:38+0100sprep (en)

18 March 2024, Apia Samoa - The second stage of a fellowship which exists to develop leadership potential and stimulate lasting change in Pacific communities and beyond, by empowering a global network of talented individuals through high-quality education experiences, is underway in Samoa.

Crianza de agua para adaptarnos al cambio climático

2024-03-18T03:49+0100ecoportal (es)

En este clima cambiante, debemos prepararnos para carencias de agua en muchas regiones del mundo, porque el calentamiento gradual del aire obliga a todos los seres vivos (humanos, animales y plantas) que consuma más agua. También habrá mayor evaporación desde la tierra y el agua.

The start of the 2024 dry season is predicted to be postponed

2024-03-17T08:29+0100kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/FAKHRI FADLURROHMAN. Residents shield themselves with umbrellas while relaxing in Gelora Bung Karno City Forest Park (GBK), Jakarta, on Saturday (16/3/2024). The Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) has predicted that parts of Jakarta and its surrounding areas will be showered with rain since morning.

Chances of a weather-roiling La Niña this year are now above 80%

2024-03-15T19:56+0100dailybreeze (en)

By Brian K. Sullivan. The odds of a weather-roiling La Niña in the coming months are rising, elevating the risk of an unusually active Atlantic hurricane season. The chances of La Niña, a cooling of the equatorial Pacific, rose to 82% for August, September and October, the US Climate Prediction Center said.

Chances of a weather-roiling La Niña this year are now above 80%

2024-03-15T19:55+0100whittierdailynews (en)

By Brian K. Sullivan. The odds of a weather-roiling La Niña in the coming months are rising, elevating the risk of an unusually active Atlantic hurricane season. The chances of La Niña, a cooling of the equatorial Pacific, rose to 82% for August, September and October, the US Climate Prediction Center said.

Chances of a weather-roiling La Niña this year are now above 80%

2024-03-15T19:53+0100dailynews (en)

By Brian K. Sullivan. The odds of a weather-roiling La Niña in the coming months are rising, elevating the risk of an unusually active Atlantic hurricane season. The chances of La Niña, a cooling of the equatorial Pacific, rose to 82% for August, September and October, the US Climate Prediction Center said.

Chances of a weather-roiling La Niña this year are now above 80%

2024-03-15T18:56+0100eastbaytimes (en)

Brian K. Sullivan | Bloomberg. The odds of a weather-roiling La Niña in the coming months are rising, elevating the risk of an unusually active Atlantic hurricane season. The chances of La Niña, a cooling of the equatorial Pacific, rose to 82% for August, September and October, the US Climate Prediction Center said.

Chances of a weather-roiling La Niña this year are now above 80%

2024-03-15T18:54+0100mercurynews (en)

Brian K. Sullivan | Bloomberg. The odds of a weather-roiling La Niña in the coming months are rising, elevating the risk of an unusually active Atlantic hurricane season. The chances of La Niña, a cooling of the equatorial Pacific, rose to 82% for August, September and October, the US Climate Prediction Center said.

Climate change brews trouble for tea industry, but circular solutions await

2024-03-14T20:50+0100mongabay (en)

It’s estimated that we drink around 5 billion cups of tea every day. Producing this vast quantity of leaves to quench global thirst for black, green and other varieties is an industry that spans more than 60 tropical and subtropical countries and largely depends on smallholder farmers.

Chances of a weather-roiling La Niña this year are now above 80%

2024-03-14T15:21+0100moneyweb (en)

The odds of a weather-roiling La Niña in the coming months are rising, elevating the risk of an unusually active Atlantic hurricane season. The chances of La Niña, a cooling of the equatorial Pacific, rose to 82% for August, September and October, the US Climate Prediction Center said. Last month there was a 74% chance.

INDONESIA: Floods force more than 15,000 children from their homes in Sumatra as Indonesia battles second climate crisis in a month

2024-03-13T13:20+0100savethechildren (en)

Stack of hygiene kit boxes for residents affected by the flooding in Demak. February 19, 2024. Photo credit: Abid Amirullah / Save the Children. JAKARTA, 13 March 2024 – Flooding and landslides on the Indonesia n island of Sumatra have affected about 15,500 children and 40,000 families, in the second....

Indonesia: Floods force more than 15,000 children from their homes in Sumatra as Indonesia battles second climate crisis in a month – Save the Children

2024-03-13T11:14+0100reliefWeb (en)

JAKARTA, 13 March 2024 Flooding and landslides on the Indonesia n island of Sumatra have affected about 15,500 children and 40,000 families, in the second major flooding disaster in Indonesia in a month, highlighting Indonesia’s vulnerability to climate change impacts, including extreme events such as droughts and floods, Save the Children said.

MIL-OSI New Zealand: INDONESIA: Floods force more than 15,000 children from their homes in Sumatra as Indonesia battles second climate crisis in a month

2024-03-13T10:39+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Source: Save The Children. Stack of hygiene kit boxes for residents affected by the flooding in Demak. February 19, 2024. Photo credit: Abid Amirullah / Save the Children. JAKARTA, 13 March 2024 – Flooding and landslides on the Indonesia n island of Sumatra have affected about 15,500 children and....

Meteo primavera ed estate 2024: scenario emisferico, panoramica generale

2024-03-13T07:46+01003bmeteo (it)

primavera 2024: anomalie geopotenziale fonte copernicus. La primavera 2024 mostra nella circolazione emisferica ancora una impronta de El N iñ o special modo in avvio di stagione. Sul settore euro atlantico lo scenario evidenzia anticicloni alti di latitudine, grosso modo tra Islanda e Groenlandia,....

Il prezzo del cacao fa volare alle stelle le uova di Pasqua

2024-03-12T20:46+0100ilnordestquotidiano (it)

Rincari del 25% per via del crollo della produzione in Africa causa siccità e malattie delle piante. Il prezzo del cacao decolla sui mercati delle materie prime , e i rincari arrivano anche a tavola, mandando alle stelle anche le tradizionali uova Pasqua , con i prezzi saliti in un anno in media di....

Kaila J. Salcedo: Arboles los grandes protectores que necesita Guatire y el mundo

2024-03-11T20:25+0100noticiasaldiayalahora (es)

Siempre que se camina en un día de mucho sol, con ese sol que se siente que pica en la piel, y de repente se pasa por debajo de la sombra de un gran árbol, se puede sentir de manera inmediata como baja la sensación térmica y esa frescura que es producida por su sombra, además de la belleza que el....

Usa, 32 città costiere a rischio inondazione entro il 2050

2024-03-11T19:43+0100iconaclima (it)

— nature (@Nature) March 6, 2024 Circa il 30% della popolazione statunitense vive in città lungo la costa, dove si prevede che il livello del mare aumenterà fino a 0,3 metri entro il 2050. Le precedenti previsioni sulle inondazioni avevano tenuto conto di questo innalzamento, senza però considerare....

11 marzo 2024. Roma, Dollow

2024-03-11T07:33+0100lasvolta (it)

Dollow (Somalia). Un gruppo di donne, rimaste senza dimora a causa del cambiamento climatico, all’interno del campo per sfollati di Kaharey. In tutta la Somalia, siccità e inondazioni hanno causato milioni di sfollati, la maggior parte dei quali donne, che sono perciò più esposte a varie forme di....

Forecasting, Vol. 6, Pages 187-203: A Composite Tool for Forecasting El Niño: The Case of the 2023–2024 Event

2024-03-07T13:03+0100mdpi (en)

Remotely sensed data play a crucial role in monitoring the El Niño/La Niña Southern Oscillation (ENSO), which is an oceanic-atmospheric phenomenon occurring quasi-periodically with several impacts worldwide, such as specific biological and global climate responses.

March-May temperatures above normal due to El Niño – UN

2024-03-06T04:22+0100pina (en)

The warming El Niño weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the United Nations has said, predicting that it would produce above-normal temperatures from now until May. Though El Niño is now gradually weakening, its impact will continue over the coming....

Above-Normal Temperatures For March-May Due To El Nino: UN

2024-03-06T04:22+0100menafn (en)

- Nam News Network) GENEVA, March 6 (NNN-AGENCIES) - The warming El Nino weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the United Nations said, predicting that it would produce above-normal temperatures from now to May.

Cina e India trainano la crescita delle emissioni globali del settore energetico

2024-03-06T03:27+0100energyup (it)

La crisi dell’idroelettrico In buona parte (per oltre il 40%) questa crescita è legata a una eccezionale carenza di energia idroelettrica a causa di estreme siccità – in Cina, negli Stati Uniti e in diverse altre economie – poiché i paesi si sono rivolti principalmente a alternative ai combustibili....

Le tecnologie verdi tengono sotto controllo la CO2 prodotta dal settore dell’energia

2024-03-05T18:11+0100canaleenergia (it)

Le emissioni globali di CO 2 prodotte dal settore dell’energia sono aumentate dell’1,1 per cento nel 2023, anche a causa della siccità che ha influito negativamente sulla produzione idroelettrica. L’incremento registrato, tuttavia, è inferiore a quello del 2022: parliamo infatti di 410 milioni di tonnellate , contro le 490 dell’anno precedente.

Above-normal temperatures for March-May due to El Niño—UN

2024-03-05T17:22+0100manilastandard-ph (en)

It can also cause severe droughts over Australia, Indonesia , parts of southern Asia, Central America and northern South America. Geneva, Switzerland—The warming El Niño weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the United Nations said Tuesday, predicting....

Above-normal temperatures forecast for March-May 2024-03-06 The warming El Nino weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the UN said yesterday, predicting that it would produce above-normal temperatures from now to May.

2024-03-05T17:10+0100taipeitimes (en)

The warming El Nino weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the UN said yesterday, predicting that it would produce above-normal temperatures from now to May. Although El Nino is now gradually weakening, its impact will continue over the coming months....

Above-normal temperatures for March-May due to El Nino: UN

2024-03-05T14:12+0100TheFrontierPost-en (en)

by The Frontier Post NEW YORK (AFP): The warming El Nino weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the United Nations said Tuesday, predicting that it would produce above-normal temperatures from now to May.

Asia & Pacific Above-normal temperatures for March-May due to El Nino: UN

2024-03-05T09:14+0100JakartaPost (en)

Though El Nino is now gradually weakening, its impact will continue over the coming months by fuelling the heat trapped in the atmosphere by greenhouse gases, the UN's World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said. Therefore "above normal temperatures are predicted over almost all land areas between....

Farà caldo fino a maggio, e non è solo colpa del Nino

2024-03-05T09:14+0100agi (it)

AGI - Le temperature anomale che si stanno registrando sono da attribuire a El Nino. Lo afferma uno studio delle Nazioni Unite, secondo cui si continueranno ad avere picchi di caldo fino a maggio. Sebbene El Nino si stia gradualmente indebolendo, il suo impatto continuerà nei prossimi mesi....

March-May temperatures above normal due to El Niño - UN

2024-03-05T09:05+0100RTERadio (en)

Pedal boats are seen on dry soil at the Sau water reservoir in Catalonia, which declared a state of emergency last month as water reservoir levels dropped below 16% capacity. The warming El Niño weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the United....

Above-normal temperatures for March-May due to El Niño — UN

2024-03-05T08:37+0100philstar (en)

GENEVA, Switzerland The warming El Niño weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the United Nations said Tuesday, predicting that it would produce above-normal temperatures from now to May. Though El Niño is now gradually weakening, its impact will....

Above-normal temperatures for March-May due to El Nino: UN

2024-03-05T08:36+0100bssnews (en)

GENEVA, March 5, 2024 (BSS/AFP) - The warming El Nino weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the United Nations said Tuesday, predicting that it would produce above-normal temperatures from now to May. Though El Nino is now gradually weakening, its....

March-May To Experience Above Normal Temperatures Due To El Nino: UN Weather Agency

2024-03-05T08:28+0100ndtvnews (en)

Geneva: The warming El Nino weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the United Nations said Tuesday, predicting that it would produce above-normal temperatures from now to May. Though El Nino is now gradually weakening, its impact will continue over....

Above-normal temperatures for March-May due to El Nino: UN

2024-03-05T08:15+0100omanobserver-om (en)

Geneva - The warming El Nino weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the United Nations said Tuesday, predicting that it would produce above-normal temperatures from now to May. Though El Nino is now gradually weakening, its impact will continue over....

Caldo anomalo fino a maggio, “non solo colpa di El Niño”

2024-03-05T08:14+0100meteoweb (it)

Il fenomeno meteorologico El Niño che ha raggiunto il picco a dicembre è stato uno dei 5 più intensi mai registrati, ha dichiarato oggi l’ Organizzazione Meteorologica Mondiale dell’ONU, prevedendo che produrrà temperature superiori alla media da ora fino a maggio.

Above-normal Temperatures For March-May Due To El Nino: UN

2024-03-05T08:09+0100barrons (en)

The warming El Nino weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the United Nations said Tuesday, predicting that it would produce above-normal temperatures from now to May. Though El Nino is now gradually weakening, its impact will continue over the coming....

Above-normal temperatures expected from March to May due to El Nino

2024-03-05T08:06+0100khaleejtimes (en)

The warming El Nino weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the United Nations said Tuesday, predicting that it would produce above-normal temperatures from now to May. Though El Nino is now gradually weakening, its impact will continue over the coming....

Above-normal temperatures for March to May due to El Nino: UN

2024-03-05T08:01+0100straitstimesSG (en)

GENEVA - The warming El Nino weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the United Nations said on March 5, predicting that it would produce above-normal temperatures from now to May. Though El Nino is now gradually weakening, its impact will continue....

Above-normal temperatures for March-May due to El Nino - WMO

2024-03-05T07:46+0100gmanews (en)

The warming El Niño weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the United Nations said Tuesday, predicting that it would produce above-normal temperatures from now to May. Though El Niño is now gradually weakening, its impact will continue over the coming....

Above-normal temperatures for March-May due to El Nino: UN

2024-03-05T07:44+0100terradaily (en)

Geneva, March 5 (AFP) Mar 05, 2024 The warming El Nino weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the United Nations said Tuesday, predicting that it would produce above-normal temperatures from now to May. Though El Nino is now gradually weakening, its....

Above-normal temperatures for March-May due to El Nino: UN

2024-03-05T07:37+0100hurriyetdailynews (en)

UNITED NATIONS The warming El Nino weather phenomenon that peaked in December was one of the five strongest ever recorded, the United Nations said Tuesday, predicting that it would produce above-normal class='cf'> Though El Nino is now gradually weakening, its impact will continue over the coming....

Nel 2023 su cinque auto vendute nel mondo una era elettrica

2024-03-04T18:49+0100macitynet (it)

Senza e nucleare, e senza auto elettriche l’aumento globale delle emissioni nel 2023 e in generale negli ultimi cinque anni sarebbe stato tre volte maggiore. E’ quanto indica, senza mezzi termini, una nuova analisi dell’Agenzia Internazionale dell’Energia (IEA).

5 Safest Countries in the World from Natural Disasters

2024-03-03T07:33+0100tempo-co (en)

Quoted from The World Risk Report page, Qatar is the safest country in the world in terms of the dangers of natural disasters because its geographical position is protected from tropical cyclones. Apart from that, Qatar is also far from fault lines which makes this country free from the risk of earthquakes or risky volcanic activity.

El Niño event may push Earth towards its hottest year ever

2024-03-02T23:52+0100earth (en)

Earth is on the verge of experiencing its hottest year yet. Our planet is currently experiencing the El Niño event of 2023-24, which is causing a rise in global temperatures. Scientists from the Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences predict a staggering 90% chance of record-breaking heat during this event.

Emissioni globali di CO2 in crescita nel 2023: la siccità tra le cause primarie

2024-03-01T18:02+0100iconaclima (it)

Le emissioni globali di CO2 legate all’energia nel 2023 sono aumentate a causa di siccità eccezionali che hanno colpito e ovviamente limitato la produzione di energia idroelettrica : a stabilirlo è l’ultimo aggiornamento dell’Agenzia Internazionale dell’Energia.

Nuovo record globale di CO2 nel 2023. Quando vedremo la luce in fondo al tunnel? Il rapporto IEA

2024-03-01T11:20+0100energiaitalia (it)

L’ultimo Report dell’IEA mostra come nel 2023 le emissioni globali di CO2 da produzione energetica siano paurosamente aumentate, raggiungendo livelli record. Parliamo di 37,4 miliardi di tonnellate di anidride carbonica, generate per oltre il 40% dal ricorso ai combustibili fossili in Cina, India e....

After intense predictions, what happened to El Niño?

2024-02-27T20:36+0100nationaltribune (en)

A scientist from UNSW Sydney explains why the current El Niño cycle hasn’t behaved quite as we expected it to. After many predictions, on September 19 the Australian Bureau of Meteorology formally announced an El Niño for the summer of 2023/2024, several months after it had been declared by other international meteorological agencies.

Realization of Imports Depends on Domestic Rice Production

2024-02-27T09:37+0100kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/AGUS SUSANTO. Workers carry sacks of rice in the modern warehouse area of Perum Bulog, Sunter Timur, Kelapa Gading, North Jakarta, on Saturday (December 30, 2023). Perum Bulog has brought in the Rice to Rice (RtR) machine technology to ensure that its rice availability, quality and grade continue to improve.

MIL-OSI New Zealand: In horror year for Dengue, Laos capital sees major drop in cases

2024-02-27T08:29+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Source: Save The Children. VIENTIANE, 27 February 2023 – In a year that saw a rise to at least 5 million cases and 5,500 deaths from dengue fever globally across most continents, Vientiane – the capital of Laos – reported a drop of nearly 60% of cases of the mosquito-borne illness between 2023 and....

MIL-OSI New Zealand: In horror year for Dengue, Laos capital sees 60% drop in cases

2024-02-27T07:01+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Source: Save The Children. VIENTIANE, 27 February 2023 – In a year that saw a rise to at least 5 million cases and 5,500 deaths from dengue fever globally across most continents, Vientiane – the capital of Laos – reported a drop of nearly 60% of cases of the mosquito-borne illness between 2023 and....

In horror year for Dengue, Laos capital sees 60% drop in cases

2024-02-27T06:07+0100reliefWeb (en)

VIENTIANE, 27 February 2023 In a year that saw a rise to at least 5 million cases and 5,500 deaths from dengue fever globally across most continents, Vientiane the capital of Laos reported a drop of nearly 60% of cases of the mosquito-borne illness between 2023 and 2022, which may in part be due to....

In horror year for Dengue, Laos capital sees 60% drop in cases

2024-02-27T06:01+0100savethechildren (en)

VIENTIANE, 27 February 2023 – In a year that saw a rise to at least 5 million cases and 5,500 deaths from dengue fever globally across most continents, Vientiane – the capital of Laos – reported a drop of nearly 60% of cases of the mosquito-borne illness between 2023 and 2022, which may in part be....

Climate Change In South China Sea Can Impact Global Weather

2024-02-21T20:38+0100asianscientist (en)

Asian Scientist Magazine (Feb. 22, 2023) — Climate change in the South China Sea and its surrounding areas could have “profound impacts” on both local and global climate patterns, a new study has found. The South China Sea, located in the eastern part of Southeast Asia, is a partially enclosed sea....

Climate Change Burns The Fortunate — Not Just The Amazon Rainforest

2024-02-21T16:29+0100forbes (en)

TOPSHOT - Smoke rises from an illegally lit fire in Amazon rainforest reserve, south of Novo Progresso in Para state, Brazil, on August 15, 2020. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP) (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA/AFP via Getty Images) AFP via Getty Images. Most people envision the Amazon rainforests as a....

President Jokowi Reveals Distribution Has Hampered Rice Supply in Retail Markets

2024-02-15T12:17+0100kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/NINA SUSILO. On Thursday (15/2/2024), President Joko Widodo visited the Cipinang rice market in East Jakarta. There is said to be a sufficient amount of rice, and it is hoped that it will soon reach retail stores and various regions. However, the reality is that retail stores in several regions have not had rice stock for more than a week.

Famine Fast Facts

2024-02-14T20:43+0100cnn (en)

Women and children sit inside a shelter August 6, 1992 at a feeding center run by the International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC) in Baidoha, Somalia. The shelter was established to feed a few thousand of the 30,000 refugees suffering from famine, severe drought and the effects of 18 months of civil war.

Nearly 100,000 families displaced in areas hit by floods, landslides, as concerns over wellbeing of children rise

2024-02-12T12:06+0100reliefWeb (en)

Close to 100,000 families have been displaced in the southern region of Mindanao as rescue efforts continue and concerns over physical and mental well-being of children rise. Save the Children Philippines deployed humanitarian response teams over the weekend to distribute children’s hygiene kits and....

How the arrival of La Niña later this year could change the world’s weather

2024-02-08T15:05+0100WashingtonPost (en)

It also tends to subdue global temperatures. While it won’t turn back a decades-long rise in planetary warmth, it could moderate the extreme levels of warming scientists have observed as of late. Last month was Earth’s warmest January on record, an eighth consecutive monthly global temperature record.

Rice Production in Aceh Has Dropped Far, Food Security Is Confused

2024-02-08T12:18+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/ZULKARNAINI. The paddy fields in Alue Ie Mirah Village, Nibong District, North Aceh Regency, Aceh Province, on Sunday (18/6/2023), suffered from drought due to lack of water supply.

Vantage | How India can help in Asia's big rice crisis

2024-02-07T19:10+0100firstpost (en)

Asia is home to more than 4 billion people, whose staple food is rice. Asians consume more rice than anyone in the world. As much as 90 percent of the world’s rice is produced and consumed here. But these days, rice is burning a hole in the pockets. There is a shortage in the market, and that is driving up prices dramatically.

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.

Arthropoda, Vol. 2, Pages 33-54: Composition, Distribution, and Biodiversity of Zooplanktons in Tropical Lentic Ecosystems with Different Environmental Conditions

2024-01-31T17:52+0100mdpi (en)

A study was conducted to evaluate zooplankton species composition, abundance, and diversity in both natural and artificial lakes with varying trophic levels and to determine the relationship between zooplankton community structure and lake environmental conditions.

SURVEY SHOWS YOUTH PRIORITISE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION IN 2024 ELECTIONS -- WWF INDONESIA

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

JAKARTA, Jan. 29 (Bernama) -- As the 2024 Indonesia elections approach, young voters, comprising Millennials and Gen Z, prioritise environmental conservation when selecting candidates, said WWF Indonesia Foundation. The foundation’s chief executive officer Aditya Bayunanda disclosed that 97 per cent....

Roma città dell’acqua, si rafforza la candidatura per il World water forum del 2027

2024-01-24T16:06+0100greenreport (it)

La delegazione del World water council è nella Capitale per incontrare il comitato promotore Roma città dell’acqua, si rafforza la candidatura per il World water forum del 2027. Si tratta del più importante evento pubblico internazionale sui vari aspetti della risorsa idrica, è sfida con Riyad (Arabia saudita) per ospitarlo.

Meteo. El Niño raggiunge il picco, torna La Niña in estate?

2024-01-21T09:57+01003bmeteo (it)

Verso La Nina in estate? Secondo le ultime indicazioni El Niño è previsto indebolirsi nel corso della primavera dopo aver raggiunto il suo apice a metà gennaio. Tuttavia continuerà ad essere un fattore importante nei prossimi mesi a livello globale . Il calore sprigionato da El Niño incide sulle....

Tornado in Indonesia | video

2024-01-19T10:48+0100zazoom-it (it)

(Di venerdì 19 gennaio 2024) Paura e terrore. Sono le sensazioni vissute dagli abitanti di una piccola località dell' Indonesia sulla quale si è abbattuto un violento Tornado . Centinaia di case, non di certo costruite di cemento armato, sono state spazzate via come figli di carta. Ci sono dispersi e feriti.

Indonesia Anxious 2045

2024-01-19T05:04+0100kompas-id (en)

Unfortunately, agriculture 20 years ago and now are no longer the same. Water sources have depleted significantly, seasons are no longer regular, and pests are becoming more prevalent. Every planting season, my family (and other farmers) always worry about water.

AI predicts 10 cities most at risk for horror 'weather vortex and extreme flooding'

2024-01-18T23:14+0100dailystar (en)

An artificial intelligence has warned parts of the world could suffer horror floods and a terrifying weather vortex if they do not "take action." The 10 cities most at risk of falling to climate change pressures were imagined by Bing's AI, with some parts of the world lacking green energy and flood defences necessary to fend off the elements.

ENSO: The oscillating atmosphere and ocean

2024-01-18T07:07+0100irishtimes (en)

The weather of 2023 was certainly interesting, with broken records in Ireland and around the world. Newspaper articles attributed the cause of the heatwaves, droughts, floods and fires to the climate pattern known as El Niño. Less restrained reports claimed that this year’s weather would be even more anomalous.

Nasywa Adivia Wardana, Erasing Smoke to Become Hope

2024-01-14T03:06+0100kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/ERIKA KURNIA. Nasywa Adivia Wardana (16), a young activist from the Indonesia n Women's Union (Seruni), spoke at a forum entitled "Young and Fearless: The Powerful Voices of Young Women Environmental Right Defenders" in the women's and gender pavilion at the COP28 event in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on Tuesday (5/12/2023).

Hydrometerological Disasters Dominate, 267 Deaths During 2023

2024-01-12T06:33+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 MACHRADIN WAHYUDI RITONGA. Residents are taking their belongings from one of the rooms in their house that was submerged in floodwater from the overflowing....

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.

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.

Promuovere foraggi essiccati e disidratati europei in Asia: il progetto triennale del 2024-2026

2024-01-09T16:43+0100corrieredelleconomia (it)

Nel 2024, l’Associazione Italiana della Filiera dei Foraggi Essiccati ( AIFE ) in collaborazione con l’Associazione Nazionale dei Produttori di Erba Medica Disidratata ( AEFA ) della Spagna daranno il via a un ambizioso progetto triennale (2024-2026) volto a promuovere i foraggi essiccati e....

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.

Aife e Afea insieme per portare i foraggi italiani ed europei verso l’Asia

2024-01-09T12:31+0100agricultura (it)

ROMA – Con il 2024 AIFE/Filiera Italiana Foraggi, insieme alla spagnola AEFA (Associazione nazionale dei produttori di erba medica disidratata) sarà protagonista di un grande progetto triennale (2024-2026) finalizzato a promuovere i foraggi essiccati e disidratati europei in alcuni importanti Paesi....

Al via un importante progetto europeo per la valorizzazione dei foraggi essiccati e disidratati

2024-01-09T11:28+0100ruminantia (it)

Con l’inizio del 2024 AIFE/Filiera Italiana Foraggi, insieme alla spagnola AEFA (Associazione nazionale dei produttori di erba medica disidratata), sarà protagonista di un progetto triennale indirizzato a promuovere i foraggi essiccati e disidratati in alcuni Paesi del Sud Est Asiatico dove la....

Aife e e la spagnola Aefa insieme per un progetto europeo sulla valorizzazione del foraggio essiccato e disidratato

2024-01-09T10:38+0100agricolae (it)

Con il 2024 AIFE/Filiera Italiana Foraggi , insieme alla spagnola AEFA (Associazione nazionale dei produttori di erba medica disidratata) sarà protagonista di un grande progetto triennale (2024-2026) finalizzato a promuovere i foraggi essiccati e disidratati europei in alcuni importanti Paesi asiatici quali Giappone, Vietnam, Indonesia e Taiwan.

Afghanistan. Ministero Commercio, negli ultimi otto mesi esportato zafferano per 27mln di dollari

2024-01-07T16:13+0100agenpress (it)

AgenPress – “Durante gli otto mesi dell’anno solare 1402 furono esportati circa 28.620 chilogrammi di zafferano, per un valore di 27 milioni di dollari, principalmente verso India, Arabia Saudita, Emirati Arabi Uniti, Turchia, Indonesia , Spagna, Germania, Stati Uniti e Inghilterra”.

El Niño and eye health: ophthalmic manifestations of changes in climate

2024-01-04T19:11+0100nature-eye (en)

Higher temperatures and increased levels of rainfall can produce favorable conditions for mosquitoes, which are disease-carrying vectors. Warmer climates also lead to an extended disease transmission season while also increasing the biting behaviour of mosquitoes, further increasing the risks of these disease-carrying vectors [ 9 ].

La alarmante predicción de Mhoni Vidente para 2024 que se volvió viral tras el fuerte terremoto en Japón

2024-01-01T21:10+0100lanacion-AR (es)

y un tsunami de alrededor de un metro de altura golpeó partes de la costa en las horas posteriores al movimiento, sin que se reportaran daños de consideración hasta el momento; pero con el suceso, los usuarios de las redes sociales retomaron una alarmante predicción de la famosa astróloga Mhoni....

Nostradamus Predictions For 2024: A Naval Battle And Crisis In The Royal Family

2024-01-01T10:19+0100ibtimes-uk (en)

French astrologer Nostradamus made several predictions for the future, and while many of them have been accurately associated with actual events, other predictions were off the mark. His prophecies for 2024 talk about the worsening climate crisis, a possible geopolitical conflict, and King Charles III's reign.

2023, l’anno orribile del clima

2023-12-31T01:04+0100lastampa (it)

È difficile trovare, fra le argomentazioni che vengono portate un tanto al chilo contro le ragioni dell’ecologia e dell’ambiente, una più stolta di quella di chi nega che ci siano oggi problemi differenti da quelli che l’umanità ha sempre fronteggiato.

Tutti i record del carbone nel 2023: l’anno dolceamaro della fonte fossile più inquinante

2023-12-29T15:59+0100rinnovabili (it)

su Unsplash Domanda globale da record per il carbone: nel 2023 oltre 8,5 mld t. (Rinnovabili.it) – La fonte fossile più inquinante, il carbone, ha continuato la sua corsa anche nel 2023. Ma con diversi segnali positivi rispetto all’anno precedente. Quando produzione, consumo e generazione elettrica....

2024 could be hotter after record-breaking cold wave in winter 2023

2023-12-28T03:08+0100peopledaily (en)

After multiple Chinese cities in December witnessed the strongest cold wave for that month since 1961, climate scientists said that since 2024 is the second year of El Nino, it is likely to not only be hotter, but also see more frequent and more powerful extreme weather events.

Humanitarian Action for Children 2024 - East Asia and Pacific Region

2023-12-28T01:39+0100reliefWeb (en)

HIGHLIGHTS East Asia and the Pacific remains the most disaster-prone region in the world. In 2023, the region experienced cyclones, floods, landslides, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and drought as well as civil and intercommunal conflict. The El Niño weather phenomenon is predicted to increase....

2024 could be hotter after record-breaking cold wave in winter 2023

2023-12-27T13:26+0100globaltimes (en)

A snow plow clears snow from the roads in Yantai, East China's Shandong Province, on December 21, 2023. Photo: IC The World Meteorological Organization announced in November that 2023 would be the hottest year on record in human history. Then multiple Chinese cities in December witnessed the strongest cold wave for that month since 1961.

Al Gore: Without Climate Action, 'We Could Lose Our Capacity for Self-Governance'

2023-12-24T19:27+0100breitbart-com (en)

Former Vice President Al Gore said Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union” that if the climate continues to warm, we “would lose our capacity for self-governance.” Anchor Jake Tapper asked, “What happens if the world doesn’t react? What’s the worst-case scenario?” Gore said, “The scientist who has....

Impact of Climate Change on Extreme Events: Insights from Asia and Scandinavia

2023-12-21T09:03+0100avhandlingar (en)

Sammanfattning: As climate has warmed significantly over past decades, numerous studies have confirmed a pattern of more frequent and more intense hydro-climate events across the globe, such as floods, heatwaves, and droughts. Analyzing the variability of climate events with reliable historical data....

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).

Nueva Ecija, Cavite face drought before El Niño's peak

2023-12-20T07:01+0100abs-cbnnews (en)

MANILA Nueva Ecija and Cavite provinces are already experiencing drought even before the expected peak of El Niño in the first quarter of 2024, according to the state weather bureau PAGASA. The El Niño phenomenon is underway in the Philippines and is expected to persist next year, with climate....

MIL-Evening Report: North Queensland’s record-breaking floods are a frightening portent of what’s to come under climate change

2023-12-18T04:35+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

– By Steve Turton, Adjunct Professor of Environmental Geography, CQUniversity Australia. Unprecedented rain brought by Tropical Cyclone Jasper has triggered widespread flooding in far north Queensland, forcing thousands of people to evacuate. Cairns airport is closed , roads are extensively damaged....

Coal use hits record in 2023, Earth's hottest year

2023-12-16T21:45+0100jordantimes (en)

PARIS — Global consumption of coal reached an all-time high in 2023, the IEA energy watchdog said on Friday, as Earth experienced its hottest recorded year. The International Energy Agency (IEA) reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous record for consumption of the key source of planet-warming gases.

Coal use hits record in 2023, Earth’s hottest year, says IEA

2023-12-16T17:36+0100kuwaittimes (en)

PARIS: Global consumption of coal reached an all-time high in 2023, the IEA energy watchdog said Friday, as Earth experienced its hottest recorded year. The International Energy Agency reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous record for consumption of the key source of planet-warming gases.

I combattimenti fra giunta birmana e ribelli bloccano i commerci con la Cina

2023-12-16T10:50+0100asianews (it)

Le notizie di oggi: Per proteggere le donne dagli abusi i talebani afghani le chiudono in prigione. Oltre19mila vittime palestinesi a Gaza, l’esercito israeliano uccide per errore tre ostaggi mentre Teheran giustizia “un agente del Mossad”. Nelle scuole di Seoul record di casi di bullismo.

Coal use hits record in 2023, Earth's hottest year

2023-12-16T04:05+0100thenews-pk (en)

PARIS: Global consumption of coal reached an all-time high in 2023, the IEA energy watchdog said on Friday, as Earth experienced its hottest recorded year. The International Energy Agency reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous record for consumption of the key source of planet-warming gases.

Coal use to decline next year after record high in 2023 – IEA

2023-12-16T01:11+0100citizen (en)

World coal consumption should start declining next year after peaking in 2023, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said Friday. The IEA’s latest forecast came after nearly 200 countries at the COP28 UN climate talks adopted a deal stating that the world will be “transitioning away from fossil....

Coal use to decline next year after record high in 2023: IEA

2023-12-15T23:52+0100nation-pk (en)

Paris-World coal consumption should start declining next year after peaking in 2023, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said Friday. The IEA’s latest forecast came after nearly 200 countries at the COP28 UN climate talks adopted a deal stating that the world will be “transitioning away from....

Coal use to decline next year after record high in 2023: IEA

2023-12-15T23:49+0100nation (en)

Paris-World coal consumption should start declining next year after peaking in 2023, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said Friday. The IEA’s latest forecast came after nearly 200 countries at the COP28 UN climate talks adopted a deal stating that the world will be “transitioning away from....

Coal use hits record in 2023, Earth's hottest year

2023-12-15T22:18+0100japantoday (en)

Global consumption of coal reached an all-time high in 2023, the IEA energy watchdog said Friday, as Earth experienced its hottest recorded year. The International Energy Agency reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous record for consumption of the key source of planet-warming gases.

Coal use hits record in 2023, Earth's hottest year

2023-12-15T21:24+0100gmanews (en)

PARIS, France - Global consumption of coal reached an all-time high in 2023, the IEA energy watchdog said Friday, as Earth experienced its hottest recorded year. The International Energy Agency reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous record for consumption of the key source of planet-warming gases.

Coal Use Hits Record In 2023, Earth's Hottest Year

2023-12-15T20:45+0100menafn (en)

- Khaleej Times) Global consumption of coal reached an all-time high in 2023, the IEA energy watchdog said on Friday, as Earth experienced its hottest recorded year. The International Energy Agency reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous record for consumption of the key source of planet-warming gases.

Coal use hits record in 2023, Earth’s hottest year

2023-12-15T20:04+0100tribuneonline (en)

Global consumption of coal reached an all-time high in 2023, the IEA energy watchdog said Friday, as Earth experienced its hottest recorded year. The International Energy Agency reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous record for consumption of the key source of planet-warming gases.

Coal use hits record in 2023, Earth’s hottest year

2023-12-15T17:24+0100iraqinews (en)

Paris – Global consumption of coal reached an all-time high in 2023, the IEA energy watchdog said Friday, as Earth experienced its hottest recorded year. The International Energy Agency reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous record for consumption of the key source of planet-warming gases.

Coal use hits record in 2023, Earth's hottest year

2023-12-15T17:03+0100phys (en)

The International Energy Agency reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous record for consumption of the key source of planet-warming gases. Scientists say greenhouse gases will need to be cut almost in half this decade to meet the world's targets of....

Coal use hits record in 2023, Earth’s hottest year

2023-12-15T16:59+0100digitaljournal (en)

Global consumption of coal reached an all-time high in 2023, the IEA energy watchdog said Friday, as Earth experienced its hottest recorded year. The International Energy Agency reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous record for consumption of the key source of planet-warming gases.

Coal use hits record in 2023, Earth's hottest year

2023-12-15T16:57+0100khaleejtimes (en)

Global consumption of coal reached an all-time high in 2023, the IEA energy watchdog said on Friday, as Earth experienced its hottest recorded year. The International Energy Agency reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous record for consumption of the key source of planet-warming gases.

Coal use hits record in 2023, Earth’s hottest year

2023-12-15T16:56+0100heraldsun (en)

The International Energy Agency reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous record for consumption of the key source of planet-warming gases. Scientists say greenhouse gases will need to be cut almost in half this decade to meet the world's targets of....

Coal use hits record in 2023, Earth's hottest year

2023-12-15T16:33+0100guampdn (en)

Global consumption of coal reached an all-time high in 2023, the IEA energy watchdog said Friday, as Earth experienced its hottest recorded year. The International Energy Agency reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous record for consumption of the key source of planet-warming gases.

Coal Use Hits Record In 2023, Earth's Hottest Year

2023-12-15T16:22+0100ibtimes (en)

Global consumption of coal reached an all-time high in 2023, the IEA energy watchdog said Friday, as Earth experienced its hottest recorded year. The International Energy Agency reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous record for consumption of the key source of planet-warming gases.

Coal use hits record in 2023, Earth's hottest year

2023-12-15T16:16+0100rfi-en (en)

The International Energy Agency reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous record for consumption of the key source of planet-warming gases. Scientists say greenhouse gases will need to be cut almost in half this decade to meet the world's targets of....

Coal use hits record in 2023, Earth's hottest year

2023-12-15T16:16+0100france24-en (en)

The International Energy Agency reported that nations would burn even more coal this year than in 2022, the previous record for consumption of the key source of planet-warming gases. Scientists say greenhouse gases will need to be cut almost in half this decade to meet the world's targets of....

Coal use to decline next year after record high in 2023: IEA

2023-12-15T09:47+0100sinchew (en)

PARIS: World coal consumption should start declining next year after peaking in 2023, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said. The IEA’s latest forecast came after nearly 200 countries at the COP28 UN climate talks adopted a deal stating that the world will be “transitioning away from fossil....

Coal Use To Decline Next Year After Record High In 2023: IEA

2023-12-15T09:27+0100menafn (en)

PARIS, Dec 15 (NNN-AGENCIES) - World coal consumption should start declining next year after peaking in 2023, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said Friday. The IEA's latest forecast came after nearly 200 countries at the COP28 UN climate talks adopted a deal stating that the world will....

World’s coal use to decline next year after hitting peak in 2023, IEA says

2023-12-15T08:45+0100straitstimesSG (en)

PARIS – World coal consumption should start declining next year after peaking in 2023, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said Dec 15. The IEA’s latest forecast came after nearly 200 countries at the COP28 climate talks adopted a deal stating that the world will be “transitioning away from fossil....

Coal use to decline next year after record high in 2023: IEA

2023-12-15T08:10+0100bssnews (en)

PARIS, Dec 15, 2023 (BSS/AFP) - World coal consumption should start declining next year after peaking in 2023, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said Friday. The IEA's latest forecast came after nearly 200 countries at the COP28 UN climate talks adopted a deal stating that the world will be....

Guerra Israele-Hamas: quarto giorno consecutivo di raid a Jenin

2023-12-14T10:34+0100asianews (it)

Le notizie di oggi: l' Indonesia schiera l'esercito nei campi di riso per aiutare i contadini a far fronte alla siccità. Ritirata un'altra accusa contro la giornalista filippina Maria Ressa. In Malaysia arrestate decine di persone per estrazione illegale di terre rare.

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,....

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....

Ocean warming sets the stage for dangerous but predictable East Africa droughts

2023-12-13T14:53+0100smartwatermagazine (en)

Frequent droughts—interspersed with floods—have become the new norm in eastern East Africa over the past few years, driving a massive food security crisis. In 2020, the Horn of Africa entered its longest and most severe dry spell in more than 70 years, and 2022 marked the driest springtime drought on record.

El Niño increases risks of compound meteorological disasters

2023-12-13T09:40+0100cgtn (en)

The type of El Niño event occurring this time is known as the Eastern Pacific (EP) El Niño, which is generally stronger than other types of El Niño events. Statistics show that from 1981 to 2020, there have been a total of 12 El Niño events, including three super-strong events, all of which were EP El Niño.

These innovations may reduce pollution and CO2 emissions in the future

2023-12-13T01:54+0100malaymail (en)

It's precisely this point that the researchers are working on optimising. They have developed a device whose energy output would almost match that of a solar panel, at 200 watts per square metre. These panels have only just been developed, and are therefore not yet on the market.

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....

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....

VEGOILS - L'olio di palma termina piatto, poiché il calo delle scorte compensa il rallentamento delle esportazioni

2023-12-12T11:48+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures sull'olio di palma della Malesia hanno concluso una sessione volatile e piatta martedì, in quanto il calo delle scorte ha compensato il rallentamento delle esportazioni di dicembre. Il contratto di riferimento sull'olio di palma per la consegna di febbraio sul Bursa Malaysia Derivatives....

VEGOILI - Il palma cala per il rallentamento delle esportazioni, la debolezza del soioil

2023-12-12T06:13+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures sull'olio di palma della Malesia hanno ceduto i guadagni iniziali martedì, per poi scendere a causa del rallentamento delle esportazioni, mentre il mercato attende con impazienza i dati sulle scorte per la fine di novembre. Il contratto di riferimento dell'olio di palma per la consegna di....

La amenaza inminente: cómo el cambio climático impacta la agricultura global

2023-12-07T22:56+0100semana (es)

Productores locales cosechando en Usme, Bogotá. Según datos de Greenpeace, la agricultura campesina, familiar y comunitaria juega un papel fundamental en el abastecimiento alimentario de la población global: en Colombia se estima que este tipo de producción provee un 70 % de los alimentos que se....

Ocean warming sets the stage for dangerous but predictable East Africa droughts

2023-12-07T19:19+0100phys (en)

Frequent droughts—interspersed with floods—have become the new norm in eastern East Africa over the past few years, driving a massive food security crisis. In 2020, the Horn of Africa entered its longest and most severe dry spell in more than 70 years, and 2022 marked the driest springtime drought on record.

Casas flotantes construidas para sobrevivir a las inundaciones

2023-12-07T17:20+0100ecoportal (es)

El pueblo indígena Manobo vive y prospera en casas flotantes en los vastos humedales de Filipinas, a pesar de decenas de tormentas e inundaciones cada año. Qué podemos aprender de eso? Marites Babanto, líder de la comunidad indígena Manobo en el sur de Filipinas, todavía recuerda el momento en que una terrible tormenta azotó su aldea en 2012.

Cómo amenaza el cambio climático a la agricultura

2023-12-07T13:04+0100lanacion-AR (es)

Del Cuerno de África a Argentina, la sequía y las olas de calor hacen sufrir a seres humanos, animales y plantas, pues el cambio climático pone en peligro la productividad agrícola de todo el planeta, incluso en las zonas templadas, antaño ajenas a su impacto. - Todos los continentes afectados - Ningún continente está a salvo.

Thai rice exports surge as Indonesia faces reduced harvest due to drought

2023-12-07T03:02+0100pattayamail (en)

Information from the October 2023 projection of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) forecast a 3% drop in Indonesia ’s 2023/24 rice production at 33.5 million metric tons. The Ministry of Commerce has reported a surge in Thailand’s rice exports as Indonesia’s rice industry was hit by....

Ocean Warming Sets the Stage for Dangerous but Predictable East Africa Droughts

2023-12-06T17:21+0100eos (en)

Source: Earth’s Future. Frequent droughts—interspersed with floods—have become the new norm in eastern East Africa over the past few years, driving a massive food security crisis. In 2020, the Horn of Africa entered its longest and most severe dry spell in more than 70 years, and 2022 marked the driest springtime drought on record.

Wmo. tra il 2011 e il 2020 i cambiamenti climatici e i loro impatti sono aumentati drasticamente (VIDEO)

2023-12-06T08:17+0100greenreport (it)

Il clima estremo compromette lo sviluppo sostenibile. Strato di ozono sulla buona strada per il recupero Wmo. tra il 2011 e il 2020 i cambiamenti climatici e i loro impatti sono aumentati drasticamente (VIDEO) Il 2011 – 2020 è stato il decennio più caldo mai registrato. Perdita di ghiacciai senza precedenti.

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).

2011-2020: una decade di accelerazione della crisi climatica

2023-12-05T14:06+0100iconaclima (it)

La crisi climatica e il riscaldamento globale avanzano senza segnali di arresto e non ci sono, al momento, alcun segno immediato di un’inversione di tendenza. È questo, in estrema sintesi, l’allarmante messaggio che arriva oggi dalla COP28. L’Organizzazione Mondiale della Meteorologia ha infatti....

Indonesia’s Effort Toward Integrated Water Resource Management and Climate Adaptation Hasn’t Had a Relevant Impact So Far

2023-12-04T23:52+0100climatescorecard (en)

Rating C (Holding Steady) The water supply and demand vary in Indonesia across several islands based on population density. The freshwater supply is abundant in Sumatra, Kalimantan, and Papua islands, where the population is less. Conversely, the densely populated Java Island faces water scarcity....

India accounted for 66% of malaria cases in South-East Asia in 2022, says WHO report India and Indonesia accounted for about 94% of all malaria deaths in the region last year, the report said. Scroll Staff · 34 minutes ago

2023-12-02T15:04+0100scroll-in (en)

India accounted for 66% of malaria cases in the World Health Organization’s South-East Asia region in 2022, according to the new World Malaria Report published by the United Nations agency. India and Indonesia accounted for about 94% of all malaria deaths in the region last year, the World Health Organization said.

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

2023-12-02T12:24+0100wn (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

2023-12-02T11:58+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....

Marcos: Philippines to bid in hosting climate disaster fund

2023-12-02T04:27+0100gmanews (en)

President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. said the Philippines "will announce its intent to host the Loss and Damage Fund.” This comes after U.N. climate summit delegates adopted a " new fund " to help poor nations cope with costly climate disasters. “The Philippines’ call for the immediate....

Get to know the El Nino, La Nina, and IOD gangs that cause rice commotion

2023-12-01T17:22+0100kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/M PASCHALIA JUDITH J. The riverbed that runs underneath the Pasanggrahan Bridge on Terisi-Cikedung Road, Indramayu, West Java, appeared dry on Monday (13/11/2023). On the side of the river, there are dry rice fields that appear unirrigated as well.

'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.

‘Deafening cacophony of broken records’ as 2023 set to be hottest year on record

2023-11-30T11:32+0100independent-UK (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.

Aeronautical Engineers Develop Aircraft To Fight Climate Change Impact

2023-11-29T19:09+0100menafn (en)

- EIN Presswire) Further, Faster, Higher. Introducing the new 750XL-II SuperPac. A new aircraft is set to be used by humanitarian organisations to save lives during disasters & fight climate change in the world's most inaccessible regions. Increasingly the fight against the impact of climate change....

India hopes cloud seeding can wash away deadly smog

2023-11-28T11:45+0100terradaily (en)

Indian scientists are preparing cloud seeding technology to clean poisonous smog in the capital with rain, but environmental critics fear it is an expensive distraction from tackling root causes. It is the latest measure aimed at alleviating the toxic smog choking the lungs of 30 million residents....

When is a dangerous El Niño coming?

2023-11-28T00:56+0100research-in-germany (en)

Fortunately, this “Christ Child” does not come back every year: at irregular intervals, a momentous weather phenomenon called El Niño (Spanish for “Christ Child”) occurs in the Pacific. The warm surface water initially driven by the trade winds towards the coasts of Indonesia and eastern Australia....

A method for the early prediction of El Niño events with high hazard potential

2023-11-27T20:05+0100phys (en)

At irregular intervals, a momentous weather phenomenon called El Niño (Spanish for "Christ Child") occurs in the Pacific. The warm surface water initially driven by the trade winds towards the coasts of Indonesia and eastern Australia then sloshes back eastwards, which can have devastating consequences.

When is a dangerous El Niño coming?

2023-11-27T12:23+0100idw-online (en)

Physicists from Giessen and Potsdam develop a method for the early prediction of El Niño events with high hazard potential. Fortunately, this “Christ Child” does not come back every year: at irregular intervals, a momentous weather phenomenon called El Niño (Spanish for “Christ Child”) occurs in the Pacific.

Se anuncian los ganadores del Fotógrafo ambiental del año 2023: la fotografía de un experimento de alimentación con insectos se lleva el primer premio

2023-11-23T13:49+0100notiulti (es)

El Fotógrafo ambiental del año El concurso celebra fotografías poderosas de todo el mundo y ofrece a fotógrafos aficionados y profesionales una plataforma para reflejar los desafíos ambientales que enfrenta nuestro planeta. El concurso de este año recibió inscripciones de 159 países, y los seis....

El clima y la erosión pasan factura en Sulawesi

2023-11-21T20:06+0100notiulti (es)

POLEWALI MANDAR, Indonesia — Durante las últimas tres décadas, los residentes de la aldea de Mampie han visto desaparecer sus hogares y tierras de cultivo de la costa occidental de la isla Sulawesi de Indonesia. Un huerto de naranjos se desplomó hace algún tiempo en el mar. Los búfalos ya no se refrescan en charcos fangosos junto a la playa.

Nel 2022 la distruzione delle foreste tropicali è cresciuta del 10%

2023-11-21T10:42+0100resoilfoundation (it)

Il mondo ha perso 4 milioni di ettari di foreste tropicali. Secondo l’indagine, realizzata con il sostegno della University of Maryland , lo scorso anno le foreste primarie tropicali hanno perso 4,1 milioni di ettari, come dire 11 campi da calcio al minuto.

Terre nere, una mappa globale certifica i “panieri alimentari” del mondo

2023-11-21T10:42+0100resoilfoundation (it)

Il nuovo strumento è stato presentato durante la decima sessione plenaria della Global Soil Partnership. Servirà ad avere indicazioni e parametri precisi per comprendere meglio i “black soils”. Dalle terre nere infatti dipende gran parte della produzione agricola mondiale. di Emanuele Isonio.

Zucchero e riso, prezzi in aumento in tutto il mondo dopo i danni di El Nino all’Asia

2023-11-20T22:02+0100kmetro0 (it)

K metro 0 – Hanoi – L’aumento vertiginoso dei prezzi dello zucchero ha raggiunto il picco dal 2011, e la riduzione delle forniture globali deriva del clima secco che ha danneggiato i raccolti in India e Thailandia, secondo e terzo esportatore mondiale.

Perché lo zucchero costerà di più

2023-11-20T15:54+0100citynews (it)

Fenomeni climatici estremi, raccolti scarsi e bioetanolo. Sono questi alcuni dei fattori che stanno determinando l'aumento vertiginoso dei prezzi dello zucchero. Le ripercussioni si stanno già facendo sentire nei Paesi esportatori, come Thailandia e India, così come in quelli importatori, come la....

Perché lo zucchero costerà di più

2023-11-20T15:52+0100europa-today (it)

Fenomeni climatici estremi, raccolti scarsi e bioetanolo. Sono questi alcuni dei fattori che stanno determinando l'aumento vertiginoso dei prezzi dello zucchero. Le ripercussioni si stanno già facendo sentire nei Paesi esportatori, come Thailandia e India, così come in quelli importatori, come la....

El Niño: We’re in hot water

2023-11-20T02:27+0100qz (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, .

El Niño, un rischio per l’ambiente e la salute

2023-11-18T22:48+0100societaerischio (it)

Nessun fenomeno naturale, ad eccezione dei moti della terra che determinano le stagioni, influisce tanto profondamente sul clima terrestre come El Niño e la sua controparte, La Niña . Questo è il punto di partenza da cui inizia la ricerca Health and the El Niño Southern Oscillation (Enso) della....

Nick Moir’s 30 years on the climate change frontline

2023-11-18T19:40+0100watoday (en)

Thirty years is a long time and for the majority of that time the Herald’s chief photographer Nick Moir has been stalking some of the world’s most dangerous weather events, racing to the frontline to capture the chaos. He’s been on the ground for countless bushfires, floods, and droughts as well as chasing tornados in the US.

Nick Moir’s 30 years on the climate change frontline

2023-11-18T19:38+0100theage (en)

Thirty years is a long time and for the majority of that time the Herald’s chief photographer Nick Moir has been stalking some of the world’s most dangerous weather events, racing to the frontline to capture the chaos. He’s been on the ground for countless bushfires, floods, and droughts as well as chasing tornados in the US.

Nick Moir’s 30 years on the climate change frontline

2023-11-18T19:37+0100smh (en)

Thirty years is a long time and for the majority of that time the Herald’s chief photographer Nick Moir has been stalking some of the world’s most dangerous weather events, racing to the frontline to capture the chaos. He’s been on the ground for countless bushfires, floods, and droughts as well as chasing tornados in the US.

Nick Moir’s 30 years on the climate change frontline

2023-11-18T19:37+0100brisbanetimes (en)

Thirty years is a long time and for the majority of that time the Herald’s chief photographer Nick Moir has been stalking some of the world’s most dangerous weather events, racing to the frontline to capture the chaos. He’s been on the ground for countless bushfires, floods, and droughts as well as chasing tornados in the US.

Video Shows People Crossing Street By Rope To Escape Devastating Flood

2023-11-18T14:58+0100dailycaller (en)

The adverse weather condition is caused by the El Nino and the Indian Ocean dipole, Reuters noted. The Indian Ocean dipole is a relatively less familiar climatic pattern, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) stated . Unusually warm sea surface conditions in the western tropical....

Il Canale di Panama sta morendo: non c'è abbastanza acqua. Si rischiano danni per 200 milioni

2023-11-16T23:57+0100zazoom-it (it)

(Di giovedì 16 novembre 2023) Il cambiamento climatico e l?allarme siccità colpiscono anche il Canale di Panama e i rischi sono enormi: il numero di navi che possono attraversarlo ogni giorno potrebbe ridursi in modo... Infrastrutture - la sfida della ferrovia interoceanica al Canale di Panama;....

Gli scienziati indiani vogliono usare il cloud seeding per innescare pioggia e temporali e abbattere lo smog sopra Nuova Delhi

2023-11-16T18:21+0100ohga (it)

Utilizzando il cloud seeding hanno intenzione di inseminare le nuvole con dello ioduro di argento e innescare artificialmente temporali e forti piogge per affrontare l’ingente quantità di smog che non sta lasciando tregua alla capitale più inquinata del mondo.

The Column: Monthly Disaster Review and Outlook: Volume 84, August 2023

2023-11-16T01:49+0100reliefWeb (en)

GENERAL REVIEW OF AUGUST 2023. For the month of August 2023, a total of 99 disasters were reported. The ASEAN Member States that were affected are Cambodia, Indonesia , Lao PDR, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, and Viet Nam. Most of the disasters (59.6%) occurred in Indonesia and accounted for 42.

Asia Utilizes Nature in Eight-Part Climate Crisis Adaptation

2023-11-14T10:06+0100miragenews (en)

The Asia-Pacific region is no stranger to climate change. In just the last few months, it has endured droughts, record-breaking heat, and multiple super typhoons, a bout of extreme weather that experts say will only get worse as the planet warms. This week, leaders are in Malaysia for Asia Pacific....

Eight ways Asia is using nature to adapt to the climate crisis

2023-11-14T05:08+0100reliefWeb (en)

The Asia-Pacific region is no stranger to climate change. In just the last few months, it has endured droughts, record-breaking heat, and multiple super typhoons, a bout of extreme weather that experts say will only get worse as the planet warms. This week, leaders are in Malaysia for Asia Pacific....

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.

MIL-OSI Translation: Hospitals and aid in Gaza, flags at half-mast, children without water,… Monday’s news

2023-11-13T21:48+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Source: United Nations – in Spanish 4. Headline: Hospitals and aid in Gaza, flags at half-mast, children without water,… Monday’s news Humanitarian operations in Gaza will be paralyzed in 48 hours due to lack of fuel. Humanitarian operations in Gaza will be paralyzed in the next 48 hours, as fuel is....

Everybody should know about Climate Change

2023-11-11T22:33+0100gnlm (en)

The idea that a warming planet threatens stability around the globe is not new. The US Naval War College began studying the topic as early as the late 1980s and over the past three decades. A steady stream of analyses from the US Defence Department, private think tanks, and other organizations have....

Heat, drought and wildfires: climate anomalies of two oceans may cause trouble in 2024

2023-11-11T13:44+0100obozrevatel (en)

The combination of a strong El Niño in the Pacific Ocean and a strong temperature shift in the Indian Ocean could exacerbate heat and drought in Australia and Southeast Asia, thus leading to flooding in East Africa. Forecasts predicting the potential for a "historically strong" event raise concerns about the consequences around the world in 2024.

El Niño es un fenómeno predecible

2023-11-11T05:03+0100listin (es)

A medida que nos acercamos al invierno, hay una buena noticia para las personas que tiemblan al pensar en el frío y viven en el hemisferio norte: es probable que las temperaturas sean más cálidas. Pueden agradecérselo al patrón meteorológico cíclico conocido como El Niño. Pero para otras partes del planeta, el pronóstico no es agradable.

Earth records its hottest 12-month stretch: US study

2023-11-11T04:17+0100timesofoman (en)

Washington DC: A new US study has found has said the Earth just recorded its hottest 12-month stretch, CBS News reported. CBS News is the news division of the American television and radio service CBS. As per a report from Climate Central, the planet ran nearly 2.5 degrees Fahrenheit above average from November 2022 through October 2023.

Earth records its hottest 12-month stretch due to climate change: Research

2023-11-11T02:44+0100business-standard (en)

A new US study has found has said the Earth just recorded its hottest 12-month stretch, CBS News reported. CBS News is the news division of the American television and radio service CBS. As per a report from Climate Central, the planet ran nearly 2.5 degrees Fahrenheit above average from November 2022 through October 2023.

Cities like Seattle and San Diego could face multiple ’10-year flood events’ this winter due to El Niño

2023-11-11T02:26+0100vervetimes (en)

A strong El Niño could cause more floods across cities along the western coasts of the Americas this year, swamping roads and inundating buildings, a NASA analysis warns. This year’s El Niño — a warming of surface temperatures from the Central to East Pacific Ocean — could unleash up to five....

World News | Earth Records Its Hottest 12-month Stretch: US Study

2023-11-11T01:29+0100latestly (en)

Washington DC [US], November 11 (ANI): A new US study has found has said the Earth just recorded its hottest 12-month stretch, CBS News reported. CBS News is the news division of the American television and radio service CBS. Also Read | UK: Funfair Owner Sentenced to Three Years of Jail Term After....

Earth records its hottest 12-month stretch: US study

2023-11-10T23:53+0100singaporestar (en)

Washington DC [US], November 11 (ANI): A new US study has found has said the Earth just recorded its hottest 12-month stretch, CBS News reported. CBS News is the news division of the American television and radio service CBS. As per a report from Climate Central, the planet ran nearly 2.

Earth records its hottest 12-month stretch: US study

2023-11-10T23:52+0100myanmarnews (en)

Washington DC [US], November 11 (ANI): A new US study has found has said the Earth just recorded its hottest 12-month stretch, CBS News reported. CBS News is the news division of the American television and radio service CBS. As per a report from Climate Central, the planet ran nearly 2.

Earth records its hottest 12-month stretch: US study

2023-11-10T23:49+0100srilankasource (en)

Washington DC [US], November 11 (ANI): A new US study has found has said the Earth just recorded its hottest 12-month stretch, CBS News reported. CBS News is the news division of the American television and radio service CBS. As per a report from Climate Central, the planet ran nearly 2.

Earth records its hottest 12-month stretch: US study

2023-11-10T23:39+0100nigeriasun (en)

Washington DC [US], November 11 (ANI): A new US study has found has said the Earth just recorded its hottest 12-month stretch, CBS News reported. CBS News is the news division of the American television and radio service CBS. As per a report from Climate Central, the planet ran nearly 2.

Earth records its hottest 12-month stretch: US study

2023-11-10T23:25+0100longbeachstar (en)

Washington DC [US], November 11 (ANI): A new US study has found has said the Earth just recorded its hottest 12-month stretch, CBS News reported. CBS News is the news division of the American television and radio service CBS. As per a report from Climate Central, the planet ran nearly 2.

Earth records its hottest 12-month stretch: US study

2023-11-10T23:16+0100cambodiantimes (en)

Washington DC [US], November 11 (ANI): A new US study has found has said the Earth just recorded its hottest 12-month stretch, CBS News reported. CBS News is the news division of the American television and radio service CBS. As per a report from Climate Central, the planet ran nearly 2.

Earth records its hottest 12-month stretch: US study

2023-11-10T23:13+0100northernirelandnews (en)

Washington DC [US], November 11 (ANI): A new US study has found has said the Earth just recorded its hottest 12-month stretch, CBS News reported. CBS News is the news division of the American television and radio service CBS. As per a report from Climate Central, the planet ran nearly 2.

Earth records its hottest 12-month stretch: US study

2023-11-10T23:05+0100manilametro (en)

Washington DC [US], November 11 (ANI): A new US study has found has said the Earth just recorded its hottest 12-month stretch, CBS News reported. CBS News is the news division of the American television and radio service CBS. As per a report from Climate Central, the planet ran nearly 2.

Earth records its hottest 12-month stretch: US study

2023-11-10T22:08+0100europesun (en)

Washington DC [US], November 11 (ANI): A new US study has found has said the Earth just recorded its hottest 12-month stretch, CBS News reported. CBS News is the news division of the American television and radio service CBS. As per a report from Climate Central, the planet ran nearly 2.

Earth records its hottest 12-month stretch: US study

2023-11-10T21:46+0100aninews (en)

study has found has said the Earth just recorded its hottest 12-month stretch, CBS News reported. CBS News is the news division of the American television and radio service CBS. As per a report from Climate Central, the planet ran nearly 2.5 degrees Fahrenheit above average from November 2022 through October 2023.

Il riscaldamento globale esacerba gli effetti del Niño: eventi estremi fino ad aprile 2024

2023-11-10T15:15+0100lanuovaecologia (it)

Secondo il nuovo aggiornamento della World meteorological organization ci saranno precipitazioni più intense e periodi di siccità più lunghi. La National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) e la World Meteorological Organization (WMO) concordano sul fatto che El Niño potrebbe raggiungere....

Earth just had its hottest year on record — climate change is to blame

2023-11-10T14:41+0100nature-current (en)

Extreme-heat events affected places including Texas in the past year. Credit: Brandon Bell/Getty. The past 12 months were the hottest on record. Some 7.3 billion people worldwide were exposed, for at least 10 days, to temperatures that were heavily influenced by global warming, with one-quarter of....

Earth just had its hottest year on record — climate change is to blame

2023-11-10T14:03+0100nature (en)

Extreme-heat events affected places including Texas in the past year. Credit: Brandon Bell/Getty. The past 12 months were the hottest on record. Some 7.3 billion people worldwide were exposed, for at least 10 days, to temperatures that were heavily influenced by global warming, with one-quarter of....

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....

Clima, El Niño durerà almeno fino all’aprile 2024: picco atteso tra novembre e gennaio

2023-11-09T14:50+0100meteoweb (it)

Si prevede che l’evento El Niño in corso durerà almeno fino all’ aprile 2024, influenzando i pattern meteorologici e contribuendo a un ulteriore picco delle temperature sia sulla terraferma che nell’oceano, secondo un nuovo aggiornamento dell’ Organizzazione Meteorologica Mondiale (WMO).

Mint Explainer: Why cloud seeding is easy to propose but hard to implement

2023-11-09T14:17+0100livemint (en)

Cloud seeding to produce artificial rain is not new. It was first used by the late Vincent Joseph Schaefer, an American chemist and meteorologist, in November 1947, when he flew over Mount Greylock in Massachusetts in a plane and successfully seeded clouds with pellets of dry ice (solid carbon dioxide) to produce the first artificial snowstorm.

New devastating report on air pollution

2023-11-09T03:55+0100kiratas (en)

Air pollution is a greater threat to global health than tobacco, alcohol, dirty water or even child malnutrition. More dangerous than tobacco or alcohol, air pollution is worsening in some regions of the world such as Asia and Africa, according to a study published this Wednesday. ADVERTISING.

Meteo. Picco de El Niño atteso tra dicembre e gennaio, ultimi sviluppi

2023-11-08T11:42+01003bmeteo (it)

Verso il picco de El Nino. Verso il picco de El Ni ñ o che, secondo gli ultimi aggiornamenti, sarà raggiunto tra dicembre e gennaio quando è atteso un picco di +2,1°C di anomalia lungo il Pacifico centrale secondo un evento forte. Le forti raffiche di vento occidentali in transito su Pacifico,....

El Niño-Southern Oscillation Predictability Issues: 'Maritime Continent' Deforestation to Blame

2023-11-08T03:06+0100natureworldnews (en)

The Maritime Continent (MC) is the region between the Indian and Pacific Oceans that includes the archipelagos of Indonesia , Borneo, New Guinea, the Philippine Islands, and the Malay Peninsula. It is home to some of the world's most diverse and rich ecosystems, as well as millions of people who depend on them for their livelihoods.

Copernicus: una stagione degli incendi contrastante nei tropici meridionali

2023-11-07T15:01+0100greencity-it (it)

Il Servizio di Monitoraggio dell’Atmosfera di Copernicus (Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service - CAMS) ha monitorato gli incendi stagionali intorno ai tropici dell'emisfero meridionale dall'inizio del mese di agosto, osservando la variabilità delle emissioni di incendi tra i diversi Paesi.

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....

WEEKLY DISASTER UPDATE 30 October – 5 November 2023

2023-11-06T21:38+0100ahacentre (en)

REGIONAL SUMMARY: In the forty-fourth week of 2023, the ASEAN region experienced 27 disaster events that affected Indonesia , Malaysia, the Philippines, and Viet Nam. In addition to these, Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation ( DDPM ) Thailand also reported that the flooding that began in week 39 persisted in Week 44.

ASEAN Weekly Disaster Update Week 44 | 30 October - 5 November 2023

2023-11-06T15:18+0100reliefWeb (en)

REGIONAL SUMMARY: In the forty-fourth week of 2023, the ASEAN region experienced 27 disaster events that affected Indonesia , Malaysia, the Philippines, and Viet Nam. In addition to these, Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) Thailand also reported that the flooding that began in week 39 persisted in Week 44.

Incendi boschivi in Australia, Sud America e Indonesia: stagione contrastante nei tropici meridionali

2023-11-06T12:59+0100meteoweb (it)

Il Servizio di Monitoraggio dell’Atmosfera di Copernicus (Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service – CAMS) ha monitorato gli incendi stagionali intorno ai tropici dell’emisfero meridionale dall’inizio del mese di agosto, osservando la variabilità delle emissioni di incendi tra i diversi Paesi.

11:48Ue, Copernicus: incendi boschivi in Australia, America meridionale e Indonesia favoriti da El Nino

2023-11-06T11:57+0100energiaoltre (it)

Il Servizio di Monitoraggio dell’Atmosfera di Copernicus (Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service – CAMS) ha monitorato gli incendi stagionali intorno ai tropici dell’emisfero meridionale dall’inizio del mese di agosto, osservando la variabilità delle emissioni di incendi tra i diversi Paesi.

In Salute. Dengue: diminuire i casi utilizzando un batterio

2023-11-03T07:35+0100ilbolive (it)

Quella stretta relazione tra zanzara Aedes aegypti e dengue. La zanzara Aedes aegypti è il principale vettore per la trasmissione dei virus dengue, Zika, chikungunya e febbre gialla. Originaria dell’Africa, si è ormai diffusa nelle regioni tropicali e subtropicali di tutto il mondo: alla sua....

El Nino Persists, Drought Still Strikes

2023-11-02T05:45+0100kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/AGUS SUSANTO. Empty rice grains caused by water shortage in Karangsetia Village, Karangbahagia District, Bekasi Regency, West Java, on Tuesday (17/10/2023). Farmers from two villages, namely Karangsetia and Karanganyar, shouted and traumatized as they had planted rice two or three times and ended up with harvest failure.

Asia-Pacific Seasonal Monitor, October 2023

2023-11-01T13:25+0100reliefWeb (en)

Climate-related concerns. SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER 2023 RAINFALL PERFORMANCE. There was moderate to heavy rainfall in western and central India, northeastern and southeas southeastern Pakistan, southern Sri Lanka, and Solomon Islands. Drier-than-average conditions continued in southern India,....

WEEKLY DISASTER UPDATE 23 – 29 October 2023

2023-10-31T14:06+0100ahacentre (en)

REGIONAL SUMMARY: In the forty-third week of 2023, the ASEAN region experienced 21 disaster events that affected Indonesia , Malaysia, the Philippines, and Viet Nam. In addition to these, Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation ( DDPM ) Thailand also reported that the flooding that began in week 39 persisted in Week 43.

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.

Diversificación del arroz hacia cultivos alternativos en el sudeste asiático

2023-10-31T03:58+0100notiulti (es)

Será una tarea difícil cambiar efectivamente el arroz por cereales sustitutos, pero el sudeste asiático le debe a sus generaciones futuras fortalecer la seguridad alimentaria y la resiliencia de los cultivos frente a un clima cambiante. “Sin arroz no es comida” es un dicho común en el Sudeste Asiático.

ASEAN Weekly Disaster Update Week 43 | 23 - 29 October 2023

2023-10-30T16:31+0100reliefWeb (en)

REGIONAL SUMMARY: In the forty-third week of 2023, the ASEAN region experienced 21 disaster events that affected Indonesia , Malaysia, the Philippines, and Viet Nam. In addition to these, Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation ( DDPM ) Thailand also reported that the flooding that began in week 39 persisted in Week 43.

Volcanic Eruptions in Tropical Regions Disrupt the Global Climate Cycle

2023-10-29T07:11+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/AHMAD ARIF. The Caldera of Mount Anak Krakatau has emerged above the surface of the earth once again on Sunday (1/13/2019).

Congo Brazzaville. Summit Tre Bacini contro la deforestazione e la distruzione foreste

2023-10-27T18:03+0200notiziegeopolitiche (it)

di Alberto Galvi. Al Summit dei Tre Bacini tenutosi a Brazzaville, nella Repubblica del Congo, i delegati dei paesi con i più grandi bacini forestali tropicali, cioè dell’Amazzonia, del Congo e del Borneo-Mekong si sono incontrati per progettare una maggiore difesa delle foreste dalla distruzione.

Nine Regions in Southeast Sulawesi Have Drought Emergency Response Status

2023-10-26T13:57+0200kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/SAIFUL RIJAL YUNUS. Rice crops belonging to farmers are threatened by drought that has hit hundreds of hectares of paddy fields in the South Konawe region of Southeast Sulawesi on Wednesday (11/9/2019). KENDARI, KOMPAS - The Provincial Government of Southeast Sulawesi has declared a state of emergency for drought in nine districts/cities.

Coldiretti Puglia: "l'aumento dei prezzi al 22,8% spinge a carestie e inflazioni" 03/06/2022

2023-10-26T00:04+0200pugliapress (it)

Il balzo delle quotazioni delle materie prime alimentari a livello mondiale che sono aumentate del 22,8% nell’ultimo anno causa gravi carestie e fame nei paesi poveri e inflazione e aumento dell’indigenza alimentare in quelli ricchi, con il carello della spesa che si fa sempre più pesante con i prezzi dei beni di prima necessità ancora in salita.

Coastal reservoirs more practical than traditional water dams for Sabah, say engineers

2023-10-24T13:14+0200thestar-my (en)

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah should consider coastal reservoirs instead of the traditional dams to meet future water needs, say engineers. International Water Association (IWA) members Datuk Dr Amarjit Singh and Lim Sin Poh said that coastal dams would be a two-pronged approach towards resolving not only....

Life in the Time of Extractive Industries: How Coastal Communities Survive

2023-10-24T12:08+0200pulitzercenter (en)

Indonesia , the largest archipelago in the world, has been facing the devastating consequences of climate change. From rising sea levels to longer droughts, Indonesia is predicted to lose more than $36 billion between 2020 and 2024, according to the Ministry of National Planning Development.

ASEAN Weekly Disaster Update Week 42 | 16 - 22 October 2023

2023-10-23T13:16+0200reliefWeb (en)

REGIONAL SUMMARY: In the forty-second week of 2023, the ASEAN region experienced 12 disaster events that affected Indonesia , Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Viet Nam. In addition to these, Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation ( DDPM ) Thailand also reported that the flooding that began in week 39 still persisted in Week 42.

WEEKLY DISASTER UPDATE 16 – 22 October 2023

2023-10-23T12:52+0200ahacentre (en)

REGIONAL SUMMARY: In the forty-second week of 2023, the ASEAN region experienced 12 disaster events that affected Indonesia , Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Viet Nam. In addition to these, Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation ( DDPM ) Thailand also reported that the flooding that began in week 39 still persisted in Week 42.

Understanding El Niño A recurrent weather phenomenon

2023-10-23T09:28+0200wsimag (en)

The El Niño weather phenomenon has been observed as becoming more intense over the past decades. Its impacts are even exacerbated by global warming. The 2015-2016 El Niño has substantially influenced weather patterns across the globe. Its impacts already include massive wildfires in Indonesia ,....

Incendi in Indonesia: dichiarato lo stato di emergenza a Bali

2023-10-21T18:18+0200meteoweb (it)

Mahendra Jaya, Governatore ad interim dell’isola di Bali , in Indonesia , ha dichiarato lo stato di emergenza per le prossime due settimane a seguito di una prolungata siccità e di un aumento degli incendi boschivi e terrestri. Lo riferisce “The Straits Times”.

Le centrali a carbone aumentano anziché diminuire. Il desolante rapporto Urgewald: “Nel 2022 nuovo record di produzione”

2023-10-21T09:23+0200ilfattoquotidiano (it)

Su oltre 1.400 aziende che operano lungo tutta la filiera dell’industria del carbone solo 71, quindi il 5% – hanno fissato date per l’eliminazione graduale della fonte fossile più inquinante, mentre 577 stanno ancora sviluppando nuova capacità. E così, nonostante la chiusura delle centrali....

FAO, prezzi delle materie prime alimentari in lieve aumento

2023-10-20T09:19+0200mangimiealimenti (it)

L’Organizzazione delle Nazioni Unite per l’Alimentazione e l’Agricoltura (FAO) ha riferito i primi di agosto, in una nota ufficiale, che i prezzi globali delle materie prime alimentari sono aumentati nel mese di luglio, influenzati dalla conclusione dell’Iniziativa per il Grano del Mar Nero e dalle nuove restrizioni commerciali sul riso.

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.

Impact of El Nino, Bali Implements Drought Disaster Emergency Alert Status

2023-10-19T16:16+0200kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/COKORDA YUDISTIRA. The National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) together with the Bali Provincial Government held a Coordination Meeting on Emergency Handling of Droughts and Forest and Land Fires in Bali Province in 2023 at Wiswa Sabha Building, Bali Governor's Office, Denpasar City, on Thursday (19/10/2023).

Frutta secca: verso un aumento dei prezzi

2023-10-18T18:55+0200myfruit (it)

“Dopo la campagna 2022/23 caratterizzata da prezzi bassi, per il comparto della frutta secca si apre una stagione decisamente più volatile e di sostegno alle quotazioni” . Questo, in estrema sintesi, il trend emerso nel corso del convegno Commodity agricole 2024 – Volatilità, previsioni, strategie organizzato da Unione Italiana Food e Areté.

Miftahurrohman and Samsul Zuhri, Creations for Farmers

2023-10-18T03:26+0200kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/CORNELIUS HELMY. Miftahurrohman (left) and Samsul Zuhri (right) Miftahurrohman (37) and Samsul Zuhri (26), siblings from Baregbeg, Lakbok District, Ciamis, West Java, share their knowledge with farmers. Together with the young farmer community "Lare Terbis", they offer creations and even open new job opportunities.

Cómo el activismo ambiental de las mujeres en el Sur global puede crear un mundo mejor

2023-10-17T11:18+0200ipsnoticias (es)

Estas diferencias se deben a la cultura patriarcal. A menudo no se implica a las mujeres en la respuesta a los problemas medioambientales . Con demasiada frecuencia son excluidas de los debates sobre las soluciones a la crisis climática. Dejar de lado a las mujeres a la hora de idear soluciones....

Claiming the Promise of Food Sovereignty

2023-10-17T04:06+0200kompas-id (en)

Third, the import of 2 million tons of rice has reaped pros and cons among the community. The three aforementioned issues become strong reasons for the community to demand the promise of food sovereignty. Food sovereignty in Indonesia was promised by President Joko Widodo when he began his government in 2014.

ASEAN Weekly Disaster Update Week 41 | 9 - 15 October 2023

2023-10-16T18:11+0200reliefWeb (en)

REGIONAL SUMMARY: In the forty-first week of 2023, the ASEAN region experienced 8 disaster events that affected Indonesia , Malaysia, the Philippines, and Viet Nam. In addition to these, Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) Thailand also reported disaster events that began in week 39 and continued into week 41.

WEEKLY DISASTER UPDATE 9 – 15 October 2023

2023-10-16T16:58+0200ahacentre (en)

REGIONAL SUMMARY: In the forty-first week of 2023, the ASEAN region experienced 8 disaster events that affected Indonesia , Malaysia, the Philippines, and Viet Nam. In addition to these, Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation ( DDPM ) Thailand also reported disaster events that began in week 39 and continued into week 41.

Public Health Situation Analysis: El Niño (October-December 2023)

2023-10-16T14:35+0200reliefWeb (en)

Executive Summary. The current El Niño event was first declared in June 2023. Since the first El Niño Public Health Situation Analysis published in July 2023, evolving climate forecasts have warranted an update to this document. The past three months have already demonstrated that several of the....

Examining the Forest and Land and Forestry Disaster Cycle in Indonesia

2023-10-15T23:13+0200kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/BAHANA PATRIA GUPTA. Flames still visible in the area of the forest and land on Mount Arjuno in Prigen District, Pasuruan Regency, East Java, on Tuesday (5/9/2023). The cause of the fire was due to hunters who burned the land. This long dry season has made the disaster forest fires and land or forest fires increasingly worrying.

Cómo el activismo ambiental de las mujeres en el Sur global puede crear un mundo mejor

2023-10-14T07:15+0200rebelion (es)

Estas diferencias se deben a la cultura patriarcal. A menudo no se implica a las mujeres en la respuesta a los problemas medioambientales . Con demasiada frecuencia son excluidas de los debates sobre las soluciones a la crisis climática. Dejar de lado a las mujeres a la hora de idear soluciones....

More regions brace for drought as dry season intensifies

2023-10-14T03:48+0200JakartaPost (en)

Indonesia ’s prolonged dry season has created emergency-status droughts in many areas, forcing local authorities to scramble to provide clean water to residents. In addition to the clean water shortage that has faced most of the Greater Jakarta area since September, cities across Java and eastern....

Cómo el activismo ambiental de las mujeres en el sur global puede crear un mundo mejor

2023-10-13T21:56+0200ecoavant (es)

Estas diferencias se deben a la cultura patriarcal. A menudo no se implica a las mujeres en la respuesta a los problemas medioambientales . Con demasiada frecuencia son excluidas de los debates sobre las soluciones a la crisis climática. Dejar de lado a las mujeres a la hora de idear soluciones....

Building a National Food Safety Net

2023-10-13T00:23+0200kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/FERGANATA INDRA RIATMOKO. Slamet (50) proudly shows off his Memberamo rice seedlings, which he planted in soil mixed with riverbank sediment, in the village of Jaten, Juwiring, Klaten, Central Java on Friday (2/12/2022). Planting rice in riverbank soil has become increasingly popular among....

¿Cómo pueden las ciudades crear resiliencia ante los desastres naturales?

2023-10-12T15:10+0200notiulti (es)

A escala de planificación urbana, los mapas de inundaciones son una herramienta útil para evaluar las zonas en riesgo. Los enfoques tradicionales de “pavimentar, canalizar y bombear” que se basan en canalizar el agua de lluvia hacia desagües y alcantarillas han demostrado ser ineficiente en el caso....

Threats to national food security likely as El Nino returns, say experts

2023-10-12T05:54+0200thestar-my (en)

KUALA LUMPUR: El Nino, a naturally occurring climate pattern, is back after seven years, with experts warning that it may bring extreme weather from droughts to floods and record-breaking temperatures. Already, the current erratic weather conditions marked by heavy rain and strong winds since early....

National food security threats likely as El Nino returns

2023-10-12T04:56+0200thesundaily (en)

KUALA LUMPUR : El Nino, a naturally occurring climate pattern, is back after seven years, with experts warning that it may bring extreme weather from droughts to floods and record-breaking temperatures. Already, the current erratic weather conditions marked by heavy rain and strong winds since early....

Climate Change Forces Millions of Children to Become Refugees

2023-10-12T02:07+0200kompas-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/AGUS SUSANTO. Cloudy skies surround the Hong Kong International Airport on Tuesday (10/10/2023). On Sunday (8/10/2023) night, flights to and from the airport....

Nel sudest asiatico c’è una foschia perenne: ecco perché

2023-10-09T11:35+0200newsby (it)

La perenne questione del fumo transfrontaliero ha nuovamente scatenato tensioni nel Sud-est asiatico, con il ministro dell’Ambiente della Malaysia che questa settimana ha scritto al governo indonesiano chiedendo una risposta regionale al fumo tossico che sta attraversando la sua nazione.

Vietnam has highest number of child displacements due to natural disasters

2023-10-08T12:38+0200vov-vn (en)

The rescue team use a rope to rescue the children trapped in the middle of the stream when the floodwaters appear (Photo: baogialai.com.vn) Worldwide, weather-related disasters caused 43.1 million internal displacements of children in 44 countries over a six-year period – or approximately 20,000....

High number of child displacements due to natural disasters in VN

2023-10-08T00:29+0200vietnamnet-vn-en (en)

Worldwide, weather-related disasters caused 43.1 million internal displacements of children in 44 countries over a six-year period or approximately 20,000 child displacements a day, per the Children Displaced in a Changing Climate, which is the first global analysis of the number of children driven....

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.

Vietnam among countries with highest number of child displacements due to natural disasters

2023-10-07T11:30+0200vietnamplus-en (en)

released on October 6. Worldwide, weather-related disasters caused 43.1 million internal displacements of children in 44 countries over a six-year period – or approximately 20,000 child displacements a day, per the Children Displaced in a Changing Climate, which is the first global analysis of the....

Việt Nam among top 10 countries with highest number of child displacements due to natural disasters

2023-10-07T01:33+0200vietnamnews (en)

HÀ NỘI — Việt Nam saw a total of 930,000 children having to leave their homes in the six-year period between 2016 and 2021 due to extreme weather phenomena such as floods, storms and drought, according to data from a new UNICEF analysis released on Friday. Worldwide, weather-related disasters caused 43.

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....

Suffering from Southeast Sulawesi Farmers Facing Thousands of Hectares of Failed Rice Fields

2023-10-05T13:47+0200kompas-id (en)

SAIFUL RIJAL YUNUS. Suwito (65) was on his dried-up field, at risk of crop failure, on Wednesday (11/9/2019), in Ranomeeto, South Konawe. KENDARI, KOMPAS - The drought in Sulawesi Tenggara causing agricultural land to become increasingly dry. As many as 1,177 hectares of natural land have failed to....

Rain is expected to fall in early November, South Kalimantan is still alert to forest and land fires

2023-10-04T13:48+0200kompas-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/JUMARTO YULIANUS. There was quite heavy rainfall in the Waduk Riam Kanan area, Tiwingan Lama Village, Aranio Subdistrict, Banjar Regency, South Kalimantan, on Tuesday (11/12/2019).

Dark Shroud of Smoke

2023-10-03T23:57+0200kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/JUMARTO YULIANUS. The condition of the smog in Sungai Martapura, Banjarmasin City, South Kalimantan, on Tuesday (3/10/2023) morning. The smog is triggered by the widespread forest and land fires in several areas in South Kalimantan, which makes the air in Banjarmasin very unhealthy.

El Niño in arrivo. Come cambierebbero i prezzi dell’agricoltura mondiale

2023-10-02T18:07+0200wallstreetitalia (it)

Cos’è El Niño e i cambiamenti che porta al clima. Il fenomeno di El Niño, o più precisamente El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) è un’alterazione delle temperature delle acque superficiali nell’area del Pacifico centro-orientale lungo la costa latino-americana e responsabile di un importante cambiamento meteorologico .

Key scientific terms associated with Dr. M.S. Swaminathan’s research and Green Revolution | Explained

2023-09-28T17:24+0200Hindu (en)

The story so far: M.S. Swaminathan, the agricultural scientist known as the father of the Green Revolution in India, died at his residence in Chennai on Thursday morning. He was 98. Dr. Swaminathan played a pivotal role in defining India’s tryst with scientific agriculture.

Key scientific terms associated with Dr. M.S. Swaminathan’s research and Green Revolution | Explained

2023-09-28T17:18+0200thehindu (en)

The story so far: M.S. Swaminathan, the agricultural scientist known as the father of the Green Revolution in India, died at his residence in Chennai on Thursday morning. He was 98. Dr. Swaminathan played a pivotal role in defining India’s tryst with scientific agriculture.

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.

Protecting Food, Prices and the Earth

2023-09-25T01:16+0200kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/AGUS SUSANTO. Aerial view of dried up rice fields in Sukanegara Village, Jonggol District, Bogor Regency, West Java, on Saturday (16/9/2023). According to the Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG), as many as 446 seasonal zones in Indonesia are expected to enter the rainy season later or slower than usual.

Africa Grapples with Devastating Climate Change Impacts

2023-09-22T17:10+0200radionigeria (en)

Villagers attempt to put out a wildfire, in Achallam village, in the mountainous Kabylie region of Tizi Ouzou, east of Algiers, Algeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken August 11, 2021. REUTERS/Abdelaziz Boumzar; The earthquake, which struck below villages in the High Atlas mountains south of....

What’s El Niño? | Dwell Science

2023-09-22T11:48+0200worldakkam (en)

El Niño is a local weather cycle within the Pacific Ocean which impacts climate patterns world wide. The cycle begins when heat water within the western tropical Pacific Ocean shifts eastward alongside the equator towards the coast of South America. Usually, this heat water swimming pools close to Indonesia and the Philippines.

Understanding El Niño: A Guide | Live Science

2023-09-22T11:19+0200vervetimes (en)

What causes El Niño? Scientists do not yet understand in detail what triggers an El Niño cycle. Not all El Niños are the same, nor do the atmosphere and ocean always follow the same patterns from one El Niño to another. To forecast an El Niño, scientists monitor several regions across the Pacific.

Run-up to World Rhino Day 2023: Poaching, climate change & habitat loss threaten global population

2023-09-22T07:51+0200downtoearth (en)

Apart from poaching and habitat loss, climate change-induced droughts have been threatening the rhino population in Afric a, pointed out a new report. On the other hand, climate disruptions in Asia can lead to the deaths of rhinos. Increased precipitation, longer monsoons and seasonal floods are....

El Niño and La Niña: What's it all about?

2023-09-21T20:28+0200phys (en)

With hotter and drier conditions expected for this summer, it's time for a refresher on El Niño and how his sister, La Niña, fits into the mix. El Niño and La Niña are the two primary phases of the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO). They affect wind , clouds, and ocean temperatures in the eastern and central Pacific.

India Greater one-horned rhinos thriving in India, Nepal despite poaching threat: Report About an hour ago

2023-09-20T14:01+0200devdiscourse (en)

Greater one-horned rhinos thriving in India, Nepal despite poaching threat: Report The greater one-horned rhino population in India and Nepal continues to grow on the back of strong protection, wildlife crime law enforcement and habitat expansion, according to a new report.

Affected by drought, hundreds of hectares of rice fields in Southeast Sulawesi failed to harvest

2023-09-20T06:48+0200kompas-id (en)

KOMPAS/SAIFUL RIJAL YUNUS. A vast expanse of rice fields in Lainea Subdistrict, South Konawe, Southeast Sulawesi, can be seen on Wednesday (23/8/2023). Thousands of hectares of agricultural land in Sultra are at risk of crop failure due to prolonged drought, the impact of El Nino.

Australia warns of worse fires, heat as El Nino kicks in

2023-09-20T05:56+0200dailytimesPK (en)

Australia’s weather bureau confirmed on Tuesday that an El Nino weather pattern is under way, bringing hot and dry conditions that risk a severe wildfire season and drought. The announcement, which follows similar confirmations from other weather agencies, came as the country bakes in unseasonal....

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