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Panama. Il collo di bottiglia del Canale induce deviazioni che potrebbero stimolare l’inflazione (A. Martinengo)

2023-12-06T13:46+0100farodiroma (it)

Il Canale di Panama , la meraviglia dell’ingegneria secolare che ha rivoluzionato il commercio globale, è stato bloccato dalla siccità e costringe i caricatori di tutto il mondo ad affrontare una scelta dolorosa. Aspettare in fila per giorni o settimane, poiché il basso livello dell’acqua limita il....

Panama. Il collo di bottiglia del Canale induce deviazioni che potrebbero stimolare l'inflazione (A. Martinengo)

2023-12-06T13:26+0100247libero (it)

Il Canale di Panama , la meraviglia dell’ingegneria secolare che ha rivoluzionato il commercio globale, è stato bloccato dalla siccità e costringe i caricatori di tutto il mondo ad affrontare una scelta dolorosa. Aspettare in fila per giorni o settimane, poiché il basso livello dell’acqua limita il....

Copernicus: il 2023 sarà l'anno più caldo mai registrato

2023-12-06T11:19+0100greencity-it (it)

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

Osservazione satelliti Copernicus: 2023 l’autunno più caldo di sempre

2023-12-06T11:17+0100geosmartmagazine (it)

Copernicus: novembre 2023 – Continua l’anno straordinario, con l’autunno boreale più caldo. Il 2023 sarà l’anno più caldo mai registrato. Gli highlights delle temperature, le attuali situazioni idrogeologiche e idrologiche. 2023: l’autunno più caldo di sempre. Il 2023 si appresta a diventare l’anno più caldo mai registrato.

Riscaldamento globale inarrestabile: il 2023 si conferma l’anno più caldo mai registrato

2023-12-06T11:13+0100ecodallecitta (it)

Con buona pace di chi pensa ancora che l’accenno di inverno europeo significhi che la crisi climatica sia un’esagerazione mediatica, il riscaldamento globale continua ad aumentare inarrestabile , con medie da record. Nel corso del 2023, da gennaio a novembre, la temperatura media della Terra è stata la più alta mai registrata: 1.

Moscow sends Somalia free wheat

2023-12-05T10:49+0100menafn (en)

) In a significant gesture of humanitarian support, Somalia has received a substantial delivery of 25,000 tons of wheat from Russia to address the pressing hunger crisis exacerbated by prolonged droughts and recent floods. The cargo ship, carrying the much-needed aid, docked at the port of Mogadishu....

Il grano scivola dopo che il Canada e l'Australia hanno aumentato le previsioni di produzione

2023-12-05T06:43+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures sul grano di Chicago si sono ritirati martedì dopo che i principali esportatori, Canada e Australia, hanno aggiornato le loro previsioni di produzione, aumentando le prospettive dell'offerta globale. Le statistiche del Canada. ha alzato le sue stime.

Il grano cala dopo che l'acquisto cinese spinge i prezzi ai massimi da agosto

2023-12-05T06:03+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures sul grano di Chicago sono scesi martedì dopo essere saliti ai massimi da agosto nella sessione precedente, quando il governo degli Stati Uniti ha confermato la più grande vendita privata di grano alla Cina da anni. I semi di soia sono saliti dopo essere scesi nelle ultime sessioni, grazie....

La disputa sui cereali tra Paesi UE e Ucraina si estende allo zucchero e al pollame

2023-12-04T19:48+0100247libero (it)

Nel contesto di un’impennata delle esportazioni ucraine verso l’UE, la Commissione europea insiste che il commercio sta procedendo bene, ma ammette che esiste “qualche rischio” che le importazioni facciano scendere i prezzi e minaccino la produzione locale di pollame, uova e zucchero.

La disputa sui cereali tra Paesi UE e Ucraina si estende allo zucchero e al pollame

2023-12-04T19:17+0100euractiv-it (it)

Nel contesto di un’impennata delle esportazioni ucraine verso l’UE, la Commissione europea insiste che il commercio sta procedendo bene, ma ammette che esiste “qualche rischio” che le importazioni facciano scendere i prezzi e minaccino la produzione locale di pollame, uova e zucchero.

Agreement to phase out fossil fuels would be huge for humanity, says Gore

2023-12-04T06:09+0100guardian (en)

An agreement by countries to phase out fossil fuels would be “one of the most significant events in the history of humanity”, according to Al Gore , amid wrangling by governments at Cop28. It would be a “welcome surprise” if world leaders agreed at the climate talks to call for an end to fossil....

Somalia receives free wheat from Russia

2023-12-03T07:02+0100garoweonline (en)

MOGADISHU Somalia - Somalia has taken delivery of 25,000 tons of humanitarian wheat from Russia , according to the East African nation’s news agency, SONNA. A cargo ship carrying the aid arrived in the country’s port of Mogadishu on Thursday. Russia’s ambassador to Somalia, Mikhail Golovanov, who....

Somalia receives free wheat from Moscow

2023-12-01T16:18+0100manilametro (en)

The food aid was handed over to the African country by Russia 's ambassador, Mikhail Golovanov. Somalia has taken delivery of 25,000 tons of humanitarian wheat from Russia, according to the East African nation's news agency, SONNA . A cargo ship carrying the aid arrived in the country's port of Mogadishu on Thursday.

Somalia receives free wheat from Moscow

2023-12-01T16:14+0100cambodiantimes (en)

The food aid was handed over to the African country by Russia 's ambassador, Mikhail Golovanov. Somalia has taken delivery of 25,000 tons of humanitarian wheat from Russia, according to the East African nation's news agency, SONNA . A cargo ship carrying the aid arrived in the country's port of Mogadishu on Thursday.

Somalia receives free wheat from Moscow

2023-12-01T16:13+0100northernirelandnews (en)

The food aid was handed over to the African country by Russia 's ambassador, Mikhail Golovanov. Somalia has taken delivery of 25,000 tons of humanitarian wheat from Russia, according to the East African nation's news agency, SONNA . A cargo ship carrying the aid arrived in the country's port of Mogadishu on Thursday.

Somalia receives free wheat from Moscow

2023-12-01T16:05+0100longbeachstar (en)

The food aid was handed over to the African country by Russia 's ambassador, Mikhail Golovanov. Somalia has taken delivery of 25,000 tons of humanitarian wheat from Russia, according to the East African nation's news agency, SONNA . A cargo ship carrying the aid arrived in the country's port of Mogadishu on Thursday.

Somalia receives free wheat from Moscow

2023-12-01T15:55+0100myanmarnews (en)

The food aid was handed over to the African country by Russia 's ambassador, Mikhail Golovanov. Somalia has taken delivery of 25,000 tons of humanitarian wheat from Russia, according to the East African nation's news agency, SONNA . A cargo ship carrying the aid arrived in the country's port of Mogadishu on Thursday.

Somalia receives free wheat from Moscow

2023-12-01T15:55+0100singaporestar (en)

The food aid was handed over to the African country by Russia 's ambassador, Mikhail Golovanov. Somalia has taken delivery of 25,000 tons of humanitarian wheat from Russia, according to the East African nation's news agency, SONNA . A cargo ship carrying the aid arrived in the country's port of Mogadishu on Thursday.

Somalia receives free wheat from Moscow

2023-12-01T15:50+0100srilankasource (en)

The food aid was handed over to the African country by Russia 's ambassador, Mikhail Golovanov. Somalia has taken delivery of 25,000 tons of humanitarian wheat from Russia, according to the East African nation's news agency, SONNA . A cargo ship carrying the aid arrived in the country's port of Mogadishu on Thursday.

Somalia receives free wheat from Moscow

2023-12-01T15:43+0100kenyastar (en)

The food aid was handed over to the African country by Russia 's ambassador, Mikhail Golovanov. Somalia has taken delivery of 25,000 tons of humanitarian wheat from Russia, according to the East African nation's news agency, SONNA . A cargo ship carrying the aid arrived in the country's port of Mogadishu on Thursday.

Mystic Baba Vanga's 2024 predictions and the ones she got right

2023-12-01T15:30+0100plymouthherald (en)

Real name Vangeliya Pandeva Gushterova, she died in 1996 aged 84, but her predictions continue to ring eerily true even after her death. The Bulgarian clairvoyant was said to have gained her power during a terrible storm, when she lost her eyesight aged 12, Whatever happened, Baba has predicted many world events with scary accuracy over the years.

Somalia receives free wheat from Moscow

2023-12-01T15:20+0100nigeriasun (en)

The food aid was handed over to the African country by Russia 's ambassador, Mikhail Golovanov. Somalia has taken delivery of 25,000 tons of humanitarian wheat from Russia, according to the East African nation's news agency, SONNA . A cargo ship carrying the aid arrived in the country's port of Mogadishu on Thursday.

Mystic Baba Vanga's 2024 predictions and the ones she got right

2023-12-01T15:18+0100westbriton (en)

Real name Vangeliya Pandeva Gushterova, she died in 1996 aged 84, but her predictions continue to ring eerily true even after her death. The Bulgarian clairvoyant was said to have gained her power during a terrible storm, when she lost her eyesight aged 12, Whatever happened, Baba has predicted many world events with scary accuracy over the years.

Predictions mystic Baba Vanga got right as 2024 claims revealed

2023-12-01T14:42+0100cambridge-news (en)

Real name Vangeliya Pandeva Gushterova, she died in 1996 aged 84, but her predictions continue to ring eerily true even after her death. The Bulgarian clairvoyant was said to have gained her power during a terrible storm, when she lost her eyesight aged 12, Whatever happened, Baba has predicted many world events with scary accuracy over the years.

Mystic Baba Vanga's 2024 predictions and the ones she got right

2023-12-01T14:20+0100nottinghampost (en)

Real name Vangeliya Pandeva Gushterova, she died in 1996 aged 84, but her predictions continue to ring eerily true even after her death. The Bulgarian clairvoyant was said to have gained her power during a terrible storm, when she lost her eyesight aged 12, Whatever happened, Baba has predicted many world events with scary accuracy over the years.

Predictions mystic Baba Vanga got right as 2024 claims revealed

2023-12-01T14:16+0100icWales (en)

Real name Vangeliya Pandeva Gushterova, she died in 1996 aged 84, but her predictions continue to ring eerily true even after her death. The Bulgarian clairvoyant was said to have gained her power during a terrible storm, when she lost her eyesight aged 12, Whatever happened, Baba has predicted many world events with scary accuracy over the years.

More than two million displaced by floods in the Horn of Africa

2023-12-01T06:44+0100thesaxon (en)

Hassan Ali Elmi Agence France-Presse In Somalia, since October, “ “More than two million people have been affected by torrential rains, flash floods and rivers, with around a million people displaced from their homes,” according to a statement from the UN and Somalia's disaster management agency. .

I prezzi del grano si avviano ad un guadagno settimanale, ma il rally perde vigore

2023-12-01T06:18+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures del grano di Chicago sono scesi venerdì, ma erano ancora in pista per chiudere la settimana con un rialzo del 3%, dopo che le vendite all'esportazione degli Stati Uniti, superiori alle attese, hanno dato slancio a un rally di ricopertura a breve termine.

In the Horn of Africa, more than two million displaced by floods

2023-11-30T21:39+0100tellerreport (en)

2023-11-30T20:39:16.789Z. Highlights: In the Horn of Africa, more than two million displaced by floods. After a long period of drought, the region is now submerged by torrential rains and flooding due to the El Niño weather phenomenon. More than 2 million people have been displaced and nearly 300 have been killed .

Forests, Vol. 14, Pages 2358: Study of the Genetic Adaptation Mechanisms of Siberian Larch (Larix sibirica Ledeb.) Regarding Climatic Stresses Based on Dendrogenomic Analysis

2023-11-30T12:33+0100mdpi (en)

Dendrogenomics is a new interdisciplinary approach that allows joint analysis of dendrological and genomic data and opens up new ways to study the temporal dynamics of forest treelines, delineate spatial and temporal population structures, decipher individual tree responses to abiotic and biotic....

COP28 in roaring flames

2023-11-29T18:03+0100tribuneonlineng (en)

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has again issued an Emissions Gap Report that underscores the fact that the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), the linchpin of the Paris Agreement is not leading away from the climate precipice, but is rather increasing the speed to a catastrophic plunge.

Meteo, un "lobo" del Polo Nord punta il Sud dell'Europa e il Mediterraneo: neve a Torino e in altre città del Nord, inizio di inverno gelido

2023-11-29T09:30+0100247libero (it)

Cambio di registro. Un lobo del vortice polare si è staccato e allungherà i suoi tentacoli verso il Sud dell’Europa. Le temperature, già rigide, sono destinate a scendere ulteriormente. Il tutto sarà accompagnato anche d auna perturbazione in arrivo da Ovest/Nord Ovest che porterà richiamo umidi e più miti sul nostro paese.

Meteo, un “lobo” del Polo Nord punta il Sud dell’Europa e il Mediterraneo: neve a Torino e in altre città del Nord, inizio di inverno gelido

2023-11-29T08:53+0100laprovinciapavese (it)

Cambio di registro. Un lobo del vortice polare si è staccato e allungherà i suoi tentacoli verso il Sud dell’Europa. Le temperature, già rigide, sono destinate a scendere ulteriormente. Il tutto sarà accompagnato anche d auna perturbazione in arrivo da Ovest/Nord Ovest che porterà richiamo umidi e più miti sul nostro paese.

Meteo, un “lobo” del Polo Nord punta il Sud dell’Europa e il Mediterraneo: neve a Torino e in altre città del Nord, inizio di inverno gelido

2023-11-29T08:50+0100lastampa (it)

Cambio di registro. Un lobo del vortice polare si è staccato e allungherà i suoi tentacoli verso il Sud dell’Europa. Le temperature, già rigide, sono destinate a scendere ulteriormente. Il tutto sarà accompagnato anche d auna perturbazione in arrivo da Ovest/Nord Ovest che porterà richiamo umidi e più miti sul nostro paese.

I semi di soia calano anche se il clima secco colpisce le prospettive dell'offerta brasiliana

2023-11-29T07:47+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures della soia di Chicago hanno perso mercoledì parte dei guadagni della sessione precedente, anche se gli operatori hanno valutato l'impatto delle condizioni climatiche calde e secche in Brasile, che stanno riducendo i raccolti nel primo produttore mondiale. I futures del grano sono saliti, mentre il mais è sceso.

I semi di soia mantengono i guadagni mentre il clima secco colpisce le prospettive di approvvigionamento del Brasile

2023-11-29T06:07+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures della soia di Chicago mercoledì hanno mantenuto i guadagni realizzati nella sessione precedente, grazie alle aspettative che il clima caldo e secco in Brasile riduca i raccolti nel primo produttore mondiale. I futures del grano sono aumentati, mentre il mais è sceso. FONDAMENTALI.

Clima, a Dubai 200 Paesi in cerca di un accordo

2023-11-28T18:44+0100vita (it)

Al summit sul clima negli Emirati Arabi Uniti, dal 30 novembre al 12 dicembre, quasi duecento Stati dovranno trovare la strada su due punti fondamentali: decarbonizzazione e aiuti agli Stati più vulnerabili. La sfida è riuscire a comporre il variegato mosaico di richieste e proposte, mentre i....

Baba Vanga's predictions that came true and psychic's chilling claims for 2024

2023-11-27T17:14+0100dailyrecord (en)

Baba, whose real name is Vangeliya Pandeva Gushterova , passed away in 1996 aged 84, and supposedly predicted events such as 9/11 and even her own death. However, her predictions have continued to cause concern all these years later. Originally from Bulgaria, the clairvoyant believed she gained her....

Lo scontro ricchi-poveri

2023-11-27T14:34+0100corriere (it)

, l’annuale conferenza Onu sui cambiamenti climatici, annunciata da cinque dati inquietanti. 1) Non c’è ormai più alcun dubbio che il 2023, sotto la spinta di El Niño, sarà l’anno più caldo di sempre . 2) Il 4 luglio con 17,19 gradi è stato il giorno con la temperature media globale più alta di sempre sulla Terra da quando esistono le misurazioni.

I semi di soia salgono dai minimi di 3 settimane, si guarda al clima brasiliano

2023-11-27T13:30+0100marketscreener (it)

I semi di soia di Chicago sono saliti dal minimo in circa tre settimane lunedì, mentre i commercianti aspettavano di vedere quanta pioggia, necessaria e urgente, sarebbe caduta nelle aree di coltivazione brasiliane, dopo che i principali consulenti hanno tagliato le previsioni di raccolto.

Every Baba Vanga prediction that came true as her chilling claims for 2024 are revealed

2023-11-27T13:14+0100themirror (en)

We're heading towards the end of 2023, which means blind mystic Baba Vanga, who allegedly predicted 9/11 and even her own death, has revealed some brand new - and equally terrifying - predictions for 2024. Baba Vanga, whose real name is Vangeliya Pandeva Gushterova, sadly died at the age of 84 in....

I semi di soia salgono grazie ai problemi del raccolto brasiliano, il grano è in rialzo

2023-11-27T06:02+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures sulla soia di Chicago sono saliti lunedì, grazie alle previsioni di una minore produzione nel Brasile, il maggiore esportatore mondiale, in seguito al clima caldo e secco, che ha sostenuto i prezzi. Il grano è salito, recuperando parte delle perdite della scorsa sessione, mentre il mais ha guadagnato terreno.

venerdì 24 novembre 2023 Le priorità italiane del Ministro Lollobrigida: guerra alla carne coltivata, agli animali selvatici e altre specie "aliene" Leggi di più

2023-11-24T19:50+0100lav-it (it)

Lontano dal progresso, dalla tutela degli animali e della salute e dal rispetto della vita. Un volantino di Coldiretti , disegnato come un fumetto e diviso in due colonne per separare i buoni dai cattivi, proprio come si faceva a scuola: il cibo naturale da quello “sintetico” .

Il cibo è la prima ricchezza dell'Italia: fatturato da oltre 600 miliardi nel 2022

2023-11-23T16:58+0100zazoom-it (it)

(Di giovedì 23 novembre 2023) Il cibo è diventato la prima ricchezza dell Italia con la filiera agroalimentare estesa che sviluppa un fatturato aggregato pari a oltre 600 miliardi di euro nel 2022 nonostante le difficoltà legate alla guerra e alle tensioni internazionali.

Window of opportunity is closing - Hoekstra ahead of COP28

2023-11-23T14:50+0100ansa-english (en)

(ANSA) - ROME, NOV 23 - Time is running out on opportunities to limit global warming to a maximum of two or preferably one-and-a-half degrees Celsius, as the world leaders agreed to in Paris eight years ago. The COP28 climate negotiations are taking place at a geopolitically sensitive time, as....

Africa: Call On World to Pay Attention to Desertification in Africa

2023-11-23T05:49+0100allafrica (en)

African delegates at a UN sponsored meeting in Uzbekistan urged the international community not to neglect desertification in Africa because of conflicts around the world. They emphasized the need to take climate action. African delegates attending a meeting of the United Nations Convention to....

I semi di soia crollano per le piogge in Brasile, colpito dalla siccità

2023-11-23T02:00+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures sulla soia di Chicago hanno perso oltre l'1% mercoledì, a causa delle piogge in Brasile, che hanno alleviato le preoccupazioni per la persistente siccità e il caldo che hanno afflitto i raccolti nella nazione principale esportatrice, secondo gli analisti.

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

Global Forest Watch segnala che nel 2021 nel mondo è andata in fumo un’area grande come il Portogallo. Il fenomeno riduce il contributo positivo delle foreste per come serbatoi di carbonio. Alla base, un circolo vizioso causato da riscaldamento globale, aumento dell’evaporazione dell’umidità da....

Il cambiamento climatico rende la siccità 20 volte più probabile

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

L’indagine del World Weather Attribution (WWA): il clima favorisce la siccità soprattutto negli strati non superficiali del suolo. Esacerbando la crisi alimentare ed economica. di Matteo Cavallito. La siccità che ha colpito l’Europa nei mesi scorsi? Tutt’altro che una sorpresa.

Preparing For Wildfire Risks Due to El Nino and Climate Change

2023-11-21T03:30+0100climateadaptationplatform (en)

The summer season in the Northern Hemisphere has seen some extreme events, including record-breaking wildfires in Canada, large fires across Eastern Russia , and, in Northern Greece, the EU’s largest ever recorded wildfire. Wildfires in the Northern Hemisphere usually coincide with the hottest and....

The world on a catastrophic warming trajectory, warns the UN

2023-11-20T22:07+0100thetimeshub (en)

Open in full screen mode. A volunteer helps fight forest fires in El Patagual, Chile, last February. The future frequency of these extreme weather events will depend on the measures put in place by governments in the coming years, warns the IPCC. (Archive photo) Agence France-Presse. Feature being tested.

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.

SDS storms fed by sand and dust equal in weight to 350 Great Pyramids of Giza, says UNCCD

2023-11-20T11:08+0100intellinews (en)

Sand and dust storms (SDS) are an underappreciated problem now “dramatically” more frequent in various places around the world, according to the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD). The five countries of Central Asia, as well as Mongolia, Iran, Iraq and even Turkey—where SDS are not yet....

SDS storms fed by sand and dust equal in weight to 350 Great Pyramids of Giza, says UNCCD 13 hours ago

2023-11-20T10:47+0100bne (en)

Sand and dust storms (SDS) are an underappreciated problem now “dramatically” more frequent in various places around the world, according to the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD). The five countries of Central Asia, as well as Mongolia, Iran, Iraq and even Turkey—where SDS are not yet....

Si dice in Villa - Se la terra ha la febbre, i medici non possono voltarsi dall’altra parte

2023-11-20T09:56+0100univadis (it)

Come si diceva la scorsa settimana della guerra, anche la crisi climatica è qualcosa che ci riguarda. I medici italiani hanno già tanti pensieri: sottopagati rispetto ai colleghi di altri paesi, sottorganico, intrappolati nei meandri della burocrazia, costretti a confrontarsi con un servizio....

Green Revolution in Agriculture: Sustainability in Times of Climate Change

2023-11-19T18:00+0100breakinglatest (en)

, and the food security of the world ‘s population is at stake. But how can agriculture be made sustainable to meet these challenges? Which key technologies will shape the future of agriculture? Climate change and its effects on agriculture. In recent years the weather has changed dramatically.

¿Por qué son las lombrices de tierra uno de los animales más importantes del planeta?

2023-11-19T17:06+0100superdeporte (es)

Esos porcentajes equivalen a más de 140 millones de toneladas de alimentos al año , una cantidad similar a la producción de Rusia, cuarto en el ranking mundial. La contribución sede las lombrices de tierra es especialmente notable en el el hemisferio sur: aportan el 10% de la producción total de....

¿Por qué son las lombrices de tierra uno de los animales más importantes del planeta?

2023-11-19T17:05+0100elperiodicoextremadura (es)

Esos porcentajes equivalen a más de 140 millones de toneladas de alimentos al año , una cantidad similar a la producción de Rusia, cuarto en el ranking mundial. La contribución sede las lombrices de tierra es especialmente notable en el el hemisferio sur: aportan el 10% de la producción total de....

¿Por qué son las lombrices de tierra uno de los animales más importantes del planeta?

2023-11-19T17:04+0100DiarioDeMallorca (es)

Esos porcentajes equivalen a más de 140 millones de toneladas de alimentos al año , una cantidad similar a la producción de Rusia, cuarto en el ranking mundial. La contribución sede las lombrices de tierra es especialmente notable en el el hemisferio sur: aportan el 10% de la producción total de....

¿Por qué son las lombrices de tierra uno de los animales más importantes del planeta?

2023-11-19T17:04+0100diarioCordoba (es)

Esos porcentajes equivalen a más de 140 millones de toneladas de alimentos al año , una cantidad similar a la producción de Rusia, cuarto en el ranking mundial. La contribución sede las lombrices de tierra es especialmente notable en el el hemisferio sur: aportan el 10% de la producción total de....

¿Por qué son las lombrices de tierra uno de los animales más importantes del planeta?

2023-11-19T17:04+0100sport-es (es)

Esos porcentajes equivalen a más de 140 millones de toneladas de alimentos al año , una cantidad similar a la producción de Rusia, cuarto en el ranking mundial. La contribución sede las lombrices de tierra es especialmente notable en el el hemisferio sur: aportan el 10% de la producción total de....

¿Por qué son las lombrices de tierra uno de los animales más importantes del planeta?

2023-11-19T17:04+0100laopiniondemurcia (es)

Esos porcentajes equivalen a más de 140 millones de toneladas de alimentos al año , una cantidad similar a la producción de Rusia, cuarto en el ranking mundial. La contribución sede las lombrices de tierra es especialmente notable en el el hemisferio sur: aportan el 10% de la producción total de....

¿Por qué son las lombrices de tierra uno de los animales más importantes del planeta?

2023-11-19T17:04+0100laopiniondemalaga (es)

Esos porcentajes equivalen a más de 140 millones de toneladas de alimentos al año , una cantidad similar a la producción de Rusia, cuarto en el ranking mundial. La contribución sede las lombrices de tierra es especialmente notable en el el hemisferio sur: aportan el 10% de la producción total de....

¿Por qué son las lombrices de tierra uno de los animales más importantes del planeta?

2023-11-19T17:03+0100elperiodicodearagon (es)

Esos porcentajes equivalen a más de 140 millones de toneladas de alimentos al año , una cantidad similar a la producción de Rusia, cuarto en el ranking mundial. La contribución sede las lombrices de tierra es especialmente notable en el el hemisferio sur: aportan el 10% de la producción total de....

¿Por qué son las lombrices de tierra uno de los animales más importantes del planeta?

2023-11-19T17:01+0100FaroDeVigo (es)

Esos porcentajes equivalen a más de 140 millones de toneladas de alimentos al año , una cantidad similar a la producción de Rusia, cuarto en el ranking mundial. La contribución sede las lombrices de tierra es especialmente notable en el el hemisferio sur: aportan el 10% de la producción total de....

¿Por qué son las lombrices de tierra uno de los animales más importantes del planeta?

2023-11-19T17:00+0100laopinioncoruna (es)

Esos porcentajes equivalen a más de 140 millones de toneladas de alimentos al año , una cantidad similar a la producción de Rusia, cuarto en el ranking mundial. La contribución sede las lombrices de tierra es especialmente notable en el el hemisferio sur: aportan el 10% de la producción total de....

¿Por qué son las lombrices de tierra uno de los animales más importantes del planeta?

2023-11-19T17:00+0100laprovincia (es)

Esos porcentajes equivalen a más de 140 millones de toneladas de alimentos al año , una cantidad similar a la producción de Rusia, cuarto en el ranking mundial. La contribución sede las lombrices de tierra es especialmente notable en el el hemisferio sur: aportan el 10% de la producción total de....

¿Por qué son las lombrices de tierra uno de los animales más importantes del planeta?

2023-11-19T16:58+0100diariodeibiza (es)

Esos porcentajes equivalen a más de 140 millones de toneladas de alimentos al año , una cantidad similar a la producción de Rusia, cuarto en el ranking mundial. La contribución sede las lombrices de tierra es especialmente notable en el el hemisferio sur: aportan el 10% de la producción total de....

¿Por qué son las lombrices de tierra uno de los animales más importantes del planeta?

2023-11-19T16:56+0100laopiniondezamora (es)

Esos porcentajes equivalen a más de 140 millones de toneladas de alimentos al año , una cantidad similar a la producción de Rusia, cuarto en el ranking mundial. La contribución sede las lombrices de tierra es especialmente notable en el el hemisferio sur: aportan el 10% de la producción total de....

¿Por qué son las lombrices de tierra uno de los animales más importantes del planeta?

2023-11-19T16:55+0100eldia (es)

Esos porcentajes equivalen a más de 140 millones de toneladas de alimentos al año , una cantidad similar a la producción de Rusia, cuarto en el ranking mundial. La contribución sede las lombrices de tierra es especialmente notable en el el hemisferio sur: aportan el 10% de la producción total de....

Globalizzazione al capolinea?

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

Il volume, firmato da Mariangela Pira, analizza gli aspetti più critici di un assetto globale che ritenevamo incrollabile fino a pochi anni fa. Poi l’esperienza della pandemia e della guerra in Ucraina ci hanno posti di fronte a una realtà diversa Un mondo più ristretto, ma anche estremamente più fragile.

La peggiore vendemmia da decenni: produzione mondiale di vino in calo

2023-11-17T17:05+0100teatronaturale (it)

Sulla base delle informazioni raccolte dall'OIV su ventinove Paesi, che rappresentano il 94% della produzione globale nel 2022, la produzione mondiale di vino (esclusi i succhi e i mosti) nel 2023 è stimata tra 241,7 e 246,6 milioni di ettolitri (mhl), con una stima intermedia di 244,1 mhl.

AP PHOTOS: Mongolia's herders fight climate change with their own adaptability and new technology

2023-11-16T16:49+0100sfgate (en)

Lkhaebum's son, Agvaantogtokh, chooses a horse to ride as he prepares for the journey to move the family's two hundred horses to new grassland in the Munkh-Khaan region of the Sukhbaatar district, in southeast Mongolia, Saturday, May 13, 2023. Manish Swarup/AP Herder Lkhaebum, 71, and his assistant....

ECHO Factsheet - Mozambique (Last updated: 16/11/2023)

2023-11-16T14:22+0100reliefWeb (en)

Over 3.5 million people face severe food insecurity, including 1.15 million conflict-affected people in northern Mozambique. Nearly 1 million people displaced by violence in Cabo Delgado ( EU humanitarian funding: €26.5 million in 2023 Over €28 million in 2022. Introduction.

EU autumn economic forecast raises Bulgaria 2023 growth estimate to 2.0%

2023-11-15T12:53+0100sofiaglobe (en)

The European Commission’s autumn forecast for the EU economy, released on November 15, projected Bulgaria’s economic growth this year at two per cent, up from the 1.5 per cent estimate in the spring forecast in May. At the same time, the Commission made a downward adjustment for the 2024 projected growth to 1.

Pil, Commissione Ue stima per Italia ribasso allo 0,7% per il 2023. Poi risalita allo 0,9% nel 2024

2023-11-15T11:23+0100lapresse-it-italian (it)

dello 0,7% per il 2023 (in discesa rispetto allo 0,9 delle scorse previsioni) e un lieve aumento per il 2024 : +0,9 rispetto allo 0,8 delle scorse previsioni. Per il 2025 si prevede una crescita dell’1,2%. Inflazione, Commissione Ue: in Italia scende al 2,7% nel 2024 e 2,3% nel 2025.

15-Nov-2023 Sand and dust storm frequency increasing in many world regions, UN warns United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) Reports and Proceedings Sand and dust storms are an under-appreciated problem now “dramatically” more frequent in some places worldwide, with at least 25%....

2023-11-15T06:08+0100eurekalert (en)

Accompanied by policy recommendations, the warning comes as a five-day meeting takes place in Samarkand, Uzbekistan to take stock of global progress in the Convention's implementation. The UNCCD is one of three Conventions originated at the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. The other two address climate change (UNFCCC) and biodiversity (UN CBD).

It is Time to Measure Pulse of Planet, Say UNCCD Leaders

2023-11-14T13:56+0100astanatimes (en)

“While this work is still to be perfected, the early indications gave us chilling numbers: at least 100 million hectares of land are degraded every year,” said Thiaw. Ahead of the UNCCD’s 16th Conference of Parties (COP16) in Saudi Arabia next year, the CRIC21 would serve as a “stepping stone between COP15 in Abidjan and COP16 in Riyadh,” he said.

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.

Bacteria to Blame for Elephant Deaths in Zimbabwe

2023-11-13T20:25+0100smithsonianmag (en)

The number of African elephants, which are endangered, has been declining in recent years due to factors including habitat loss and poaching. A new study identifies a bacterium that could also continue to pose a threat to the elephants. William Campbell / Contributor via Getty Images In a period of....

many words and few actions in the G20

2023-11-13T20:03+0100bullfrag (en)

China, the world’s largest carbon emitter, has set a 2060 target date, and other big polluters like India and Russia have also not committed to the 2050 target date. UN experts say that even if current national plans are fully implemented, the world is headed for global warming of 2.

L'economia verde in Italia non gode di ottima salute

2023-11-13T07:51+0100italiaoggi (it)

La green economy, in Italia, non gode di ottima salute: ci sono difficoltà, ritardi e pochi dati positivi. La decarbonizzazione non è in linea rispetto ai nuovi target europei, con le emissioni di gas serra in aumento dal 2019 al 2022. L'anno scorso, inoltre, la produzione di energia rinnovabile è....

Mais ai minimi di 3 anni dopo che gli Stati Uniti hanno previsto un raccolto record

2023-11-13T07:15+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures sul mais di Chicago hanno oscillato lunedì vicino ai minimi di tre anni, mentre il mercato ha assorbito le previsioni del governo statunitense della scorsa settimana, secondo cui gli agricoltori produrranno quest'anno il più grande raccolto di mais mai registrato. I prezzi della soia sono aumentati e il grano è sceso.

The Observer view on Cop28: UK is turning its back on chance to lead climate fight | Observer editorial

2023-11-12T07:13+0100guardian (en)

Our planet and its inhabitants have endured a grim time over the past 10 months. According to climate scientists’ latest figures, 2023 will almost certainly prove to have been the hottest year ever recorded . Global temperatures are destined to reach 1.43C above those experienced before the Industrial Revolution.

President Tokayev speaks about impending water shortage in Central Asia

2023-11-10T05:27+0100akipress-en (en)

AKIPRESS.COM - President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev spoke about impending water shortage in Central Asia during the 19th Forum of Interregional Cooperation between Kazakhstan and Russia with participation of Russian President Vladimir Putin. "The situation is aggravated by the high level of....

Puglia - Coldiretti: Il clima fa perdere il 21% della produzione e il 6,2% in valore 23/12/2022

2023-11-10T01:45+0100pugliapress (it)

Regione Puglia – Coldiretti: Il clima fa perdere il 21% della produzione e il 6,2% in valore . Il clima minaccia l’agricoltura in Puglia che anche nel 2022 perde il 21% della produzione e il 6,2% in valore, raggiungendo grazie agli sforzi delle imprese agricole, nonostante grandinate, gelate,....

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.

Lo stop all’export dei prodotti agricoli importanti dall' Ucraina mette a rischio le stalle Italiane 18/03/2022

2023-11-08T23:08+0100pugliapress (it)

Con la guerra in Ucraina da cui importiamo il 53% del mais necessario per l’alimentazione degli animali, nelle stalle sono crollate le scorte di mangime, con una riduzione del 15% della razioni giornaliere e una diminuzione del 30% della produzione di latte per fare mozzarelle, burrate e caciocavalli.

Nations that vowed to halt warming are expanding fossil fuels, report finds

2023-11-08T08:08+0100straitstimesSG (en)

LONDON - In 2030, if current projections hold, the United States will drill for more oil and gas than at any point in its history. Russia and Saudi Arabia plan to do the same. They’re among the world’s fossil fuel giants that, together, are on course this decade to produce twice the amount of fossil....

Nations that vowed to halt warming are expanding fossil fuels: Report

2023-11-08T06:51+0100deccanherald (en)

In 2030, if current projections hold, the United States will drill for more oil and gas than at any point in its history. Russia and Saudi Arabia plan to do the same. They’re among the world’s fossil fuel giants that, together, are on course this decade to produce twice the amount of fossil fuels....

Fossil Fuel Use Increasing, Not Decreasing, as Key Target Looms

2023-11-08T06:05+0100nytimes (en)

In 2030, if current projections hold, the United States will drill for more oil and gas than at any point in its history. Russia and Saudi Arabia plan to do the same. They’re among the world’s fossil fuel giants that, together, are on course this decade to produce twice the amount of fossil fuels....

Scientists unravel mystery of elephants dropping dead Thirty-five African elephants in northwestern Zimbabwe dropped dead under baffling circumstances between late August and November 2020. 1M ago

2023-11-08T03:03+0100cbslocal (en)

The cause of mysterious mass deaths of African elephants has finally been unraveled and scientists who authored a new report say that the outbreaks could be more likely to occur amid conditions created by the ongoing climate crisis. Thirty-five African elephants in northwestern Zimbabwe dropped dead....

Mystery of African elephants dropping dead unravelled by scientists

2023-11-07T21:00+0100ctvnews (en)

The cause of mysterious mass deaths of African elephants has finally been unravelled — and scientists who authored a new report say that the outbreaks could be more likely to occur amid conditions created by the ongoing climate crisis. Thirty-five African elephants in northwestern Zimbabwe dropped....

Scientists identify cause of mass elephant death - but warn threat remains

2023-11-07T13:25+0100itv (en)

The cause of a mysterious mass death of African elephants that saw 11 of the world's largest land-based animals die in 24 hours has been unravelled by scientists - but they warn the danger isn't over yet. Thirty-five African elephants in northwestern Zimbabwe dropped dead under baffling circumstances between late August and November 2020.

Prezzi di pasta, caffè e olio aumenteranno nel 2024: le cause

2023-11-07T11:54+0100247libero (it)

L’aumento dei prezzi degli alimenti sta incidendo non poco sulle tasche degli italiani . E il peggio non sembra essere affatto passato. I prezzi di pasta, caffè e olio potrebbero crescere del 70% nel 2024: le cause principali sono le guerre e il cambiamento climatico, che incidono sulla produzione del cibo che consumiamo quotidianamente.

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.

Mystery of African elephants dropping dead unraveled by scientists

2023-11-07T01:55+0100newstalkzb (en)

CNN- The cause of mysterious mass deaths of African elephants has finally been unraveled — and scientists who authored a new report say that the outbreaks could be more likely to occur amid conditions created by the ongoing climate crisis. Thirty-five African elephants in northwestern Zimbabwe....

Nel 2024 aumenteranno ancora i prezzi di olio, pasta e caffè

2023-11-06T20:27+0100calabria7 (it)

Pasta e caffè. I granai di frumento duro sono vuoti, per via della grave siccità che ha colpito il Canada – sempre per via del riscaldamento climatico – e perciò il prezzo della pasta continuerà a mantenersi alto, se non aumenterà ancora. Parliamo del primo Paese produttore al mondo, il cui ammanco....

Chris Foggin

2023-11-06T17:59+0100cnn-special (en)

The cause of mysterious mass deaths of African elephants has finally been unraveled — and scientists who authored a new report say that the outbreaks could be more likely to occur amid conditions created by the ongoing climate crisis. Thirty-five African elephants in northwestern Zimbabwe dropped....

Chris Foggin

2023-11-06T17:17+0100cnn (en)

The cause of mysterious mass deaths of African elephants has finally been unraveled — and scientists who authored a new report say that the outbreaks could be more likely to occur amid conditions created by the ongoing climate crisis. Thirty-five African elephants in northwestern Zimbabwe dropped....

Perché nel 2024 aumenteranno ancora i prezzi di olio, pasta e caffè

2023-11-06T13:25+0100fanpage (it)

Da un lato il cambiamento climatico , dall'altro le guerre che continuano a scoppiare. Il contesto globale continua a influire negativamente sui prezzi degli alimenti, dei beni primari che vengono acquistati e utilizzati quotidianamente dagli italiani.

Rishi Sunak confirms controversial new North Sea oil and gas licensing

2023-11-06T08:09+0100heraldscotland (en)

The founder of the Big Issue, Lord John Bird, yesterday called for “grown-up thinking” on homelessness, not treating it as a “law and order offence”. READ MORE: Deputy PM denies cover-up over claim Tory MP is 'serial rapist' Mr Sunak, who diluted a series of environmental pledges in September after....

Ecological Threats Fuel Conflict and Displacement

2023-11-03T07:22+0100indianf (en)

A 25% increase in food insecurity elevates the risk of conflict by 36%, while a 25% rise in the number of people without access to clean drinking water raises the likelihood of conflict by 18%. Food insecurity and water stress are tightly interlinked, with regions having a history of conflict and....

Il grano guadagna mentre gli esplosivi aumentano l'incertezza sulle forniture del Mar Nero

2023-11-02T05:02+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures sul grano di Chicago sono saliti giovedì, dopo che la Russia ha presumibilmente lanciato degli esplosivi in una rotta di trasporto del grano nel Mar Nero e i commercianti hanno guardato ai raccolti colpiti da un clima secco in Argentina e Australia, che probabilmente faranno aumentare l'offerta.

Unci Sicilia: “Da Centri di assistenza tecnica (Cat) opportunità di sviluppo”

2023-10-31T07:30+0100qds (it)

L'Unione nazionale cooperative siciliane propone agli imprenditori una nuova idea di agricoltura sostenibile. Parole d'ordine: unione, tecnologia, competitività, creazione di filiere e tipizzazione dei prodotti. Unione, tecnologia, competitività, creazione di filiere, tipizzazione dei prodotti.

Il grano cala, ma rimane in pista per il primo guadagno mensile da luglio

2023-10-31T05:40+0100marketscreener (it)

I futures sul grano di Chicago sono scesi martedì a causa dell'attenuazione delle preoccupazioni sull'offerta, ma i prezzi sono ancora diretti verso il primo aumento mensile da luglio, dopo che le condizioni di siccità hanno danneggiato i raccolti in Argentina e Australia, sollevando la prospettiva di un mercato più rigido.

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.

Grano duro, i produttori di Bari-Bat e Foggia: “No a speculazioni sul prezzo” 07/07/2022

2023-10-29T15:57+0100pugliapress (it)

I produttori cerealicoli di Bari, della Bat e di Foggia – attraverso CIA Levante e CIA Capitanata, declinazioni provinciali di CIA Agricoltori Italiani Puglia – denunciano gravi speculazioni in atto sul prezzo del grano duro. Le quotazioni della CUN e delle borse merci di Bari e Foggia, infatti,....

Vola l'olio pugliese nel mondo con un +40% 04/10/2022

2023-10-28T03:50+0200pugliapress (it)

Balzano del +40% in valore le esportazioni di olio d’oliva Made in Puglia nel mondo nonostante i cambiamenti climatici che pesano sulla produzione regionale e le tensioni internazionali legate alla guerra in Ucraina. E’ quanto emerge dal report di Coldiretti Puglia sul patrimonio nazionale e i....

Forests, Vol. 14, Pages 2142: Stronger Cumulative than Lagged Effects of Drought on Vegetation in Central Asia

2023-10-27T14:49+0200mdpi (en)

In the context of global warming, the strength and frequency of drought events are projected to grow in the future, and the onset of drought can have dramatic effects on vegetation growth in terrestrial ecosystems. Central Asia is the largest non-territorial drought area in the world, and the....

Il mais è destinato a subire il maggior calo settimanale da due mesi e mezzo a questa parte, a causa della pressione sul raccolto statunitense.

2023-10-27T06:18+0200marketscreener (it)

Il mais di Chicago è scivolato venerdì e si è avviato verso il più grande calo settimanale dall'inizio di agosto, mentre i semi di soia si sono avviati verso la peggiore settimana da un mese a questa parte, con entrambi i mercati sotto pressione per il rapido avanzamento del raccolto statunitense.

Il grano recupera dai minimi di due settimane sull'incertezza delle esportazioni dall'Ucraina

2023-10-26T23:50+0200marketscreener (it)

I futures sul grano del Chicago Board of Trade sono saliti dai minimi di due settimane giovedì, grazie all'incertezza sui rischi di approvvigionamento derivanti dalla guerra in Ucraina. L'Ucraina, uno dei principali esportatori di grano, sta utilizzando un canale di navigazione del Mar Nero per....

Frascarelli “Siccità rischio più grave del grano bloccato in Ucraina”

2023-10-26T14:02+0200vocedimantova (it)

ROMA (ITALPRESS) – “Si parla molto del grano stoccato in Ucraina, 20-22 milioni di tonnellate, ma in realtà il vero rischio che noi temiamo per il prezzo nei prossimi mesi è la siccità. Gli effetti sui prezzi saranno più legati al cambiamento climatico che alla guerra in Ucraina”.

Coldiretti Puglia: "vola l'export dell'olio pugliese, ma le aziende sono a rischio per siccità e costi" 20/07/2022

2023-10-26T10:01+0200pugliapress (it)

Con un balzo del 51% volano all’estero le vendite dell’olio extravergine di oliva made in Puglia, ma la siccità e i costi di produzione balzati di oltre il 20% a causa delle speculazioni aggravate dal conflitto in Ucraina rischiano di minare la tenuta delle aziende.

Asti Docg, export in crescita del 7,1% ma calano le rese della vendemmia

2023-10-26T08:05+0200lastampa (it)

Luci e ombre sull'Asti Docg. I dati Istat dicono che nei primi 7 mesi dell'anno le esportazioni sono cresciute del 7,1% in valore e del 3,4% in volumi, rispetto all’analogo periodo del 2022. Una performance decisamente in controtendenza rispetto all’export nazionale del comparto che vede calare....

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.

50 agricoltori di Cia Venezia a Roma per la manifestazione nazionale

2023-10-24T17:59+0200veneziatoday (it)

Prezzi alle stelle, agricoltori più poveri. Ѐ questo lo slogan della manifestazione nazionale indetta da Cia-Agricoltori Italiani a Roma, giovedì 26 ottobre alle 9.30 in piazza Santi Apostoli. Cia Venezia sarà presente con una delegazione di 50 agricoltori, provenienti da tutta la provincia.

New research: turning our weather into hell has a terrifying price

2023-10-24T17:52+0200hungary-postsen (en)

According to a recent report the global climate crisis has caused $391 million in damage per day over the past two decades. According to a study published in the journal Nature Communications, extreme weather events linked to climate change, for example.

CLIMA, STUDIO SU NATURE: LA CRISI CI COSTA 391 MILIONI DI DOLLARI AL GIORNO

2023-10-24T16:18+0200nelcuore (it)

La crisi climatica ha un prezzo: 391 milioni di dollari al giorno. Più o meno 4.265 euro al secondo. Uno studio pubblicato sulla rivista Nature Communications ha dimostrato che gli eventi estremi attribuibili al cambiamento climatico hanno comportato costi in media di oltre 143 miliardi di dollari all’anno dal 2000 al 2019.

clima, l'allarme dell'agenzia internazionale dell'energia Esplode la domanda di fonti fossili Parigi 2030? Obiettivo irraggiungibile

2023-10-24T11:42+0200affaritaliani (it)

Parigi 2030? Obiettivo irraggiungibile. Il report della Iea. Mentre i colossi del petrolio stringono accordi per aumentare i propri guadagni, l’obiettivo di ridurre l’aumento della temperatura si allontana sempre di più. Secondo il World Energy Outlook 2023 dell'Agenzia internazionale dell'Energia....

Spatiotemporal climate and atmospheric circulation variability in Asia inferred from tree rings

2023-10-24T08:58+0200avhandlingar (en)

Sammanfattning: Observed 20th century warming trends accompanied by more frequent weather extremes such as droughts or intense rainfall events have consequences for societies and environments alike. In Asia, where the majority of the population depend on agricultural productivity, recent climate change is likely to increase societal hardships.

I semi di soia scendono al minimo di una settimana, il mais scende per la terza sessione a causa del raccolto USA

2023-10-24T06:03+0200marketscreener (it)

I futures dei semi di soia di Chicago hanno perso ulteriore terreno martedì, toccando il minimo in una settimana, mentre il mais è scivolato per la terza sessione consecutiva, a causa del raccolto statunitense in rapido avanzamento che ha pesato sui prezzi. I prezzi del grano sono diminuiti dopo aver chiuso marginalmente in rialzo lunedì.

The climate crisis has a price — and it's $391 million a day

2023-10-24T04:43+0200cnbc (en)

Damage from the global climate crisis has amounted to $391 million per day over the past two decades, a report showed. Wildfires, heatwaves, droughts and other extreme events attributable to climate change have incurred costs averaging over a hundred billion per year from 2000 to 2019, a recent....

Vino, Cantine Toso riparte da Vietnam e Thailandia (e punta sulla sostenibilità)

2023-10-23T16:12+0200corriere (it)

È ripartita da Est la crescita di Cantine Toso nel mondo del vino. Oltre alla siccità e all’aumento dei prezzi delle materie prime, infatti, nel 2022 la guerra tra Russia e Ucraina aveva influito negativamente sugli affari di una delle principali cantine delle Langhe e l’aveva costretta a cercare nuovi sbocchi.

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....

Kazakistan, troppe antilopi Grossi danni all'agricoltura

2023-10-21T01:46+0200italiaoggi (it)

Era ad un passo dall'essere a rischio estinzione a causa del bracconaggio, siccità e malattie; oggi si discute se può essere di nuovo preda di caccia perché il suo sviluppo sta creando ingenti danni all'agricoltura. È la saiga, antilope dal naso a forma di proboscide: il 95% degli esemplari vive in....

Remote Sensing, Vol. 15, Pages 5045: Resistance of Grassland under Different Drought Types in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of China

2023-10-20T13:35+0200mdpi (en)

The increasing frequency of global drought events poses a significant threat to the stability of grassland ecosystems’ functionality. The Inner Mongolian grasslands stand out as one of the world’s most drought-prone regions, facing elevated drought risks compared to other biomes.

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.

PAPA FRANCESCO/ Lo sguardo di Bergoglio su ambiente, economia e guerre

2023-10-20T06:13+0200ilsussidiario (it)

Viviamo un tempo di nuovi e drammatici conflitti tra polarità che sembrano inconciliabili: pace e giustizia , economia e ambiente, democrazia e governo forte, nazione e comunità internazionale. Sembra inevitabile dover scegliere un polo sacrificando l’altro.

Tormentas de arena avanzan sobre América del Sur y el Caribe

2023-10-20T05:38+0200elpais-cr (es)

Ginebra, 20 oct (IPS).- América del Sur y el Caribe están entre las regiones que pueden ser má afectadas por tormentas de arena que impactan negativamente a la economía y a la salud de las poblaciones, advirtió en su nuevo boletín este jueves 19 la Organización Meteorológica Mundial (OMM).

Ecología: Aumenta el polvo atmosférico en América Latina, el Caribe y España

2023-10-20T03:30+0200tecnopunta (es)

Las tormentas de arena y polvo repercuten en la aviación, el transporte terrestre, reducen el rendimiento de las centrales solares y propagan patógenos humanos, todo lo cual afecta negativamente a la economía. La pérdida de nutrientes del suelo cuesta a la agricultura más de 8000 millones de dólares al año en la región panamericana.

Aumenta el polvo atmosférico en América Latina, el Caribe y España

2023-10-20T01:36+0200noroeste (es)

La Organización Meteorológica Mundial publicó este jueves su informe anual sobre la incidencia y los peligros de las tormentas de arena y polvo, así como sus repercusiones en la sociedad. El documento examina cómo el cambio climático puede aumentar los focos de tormentas de estas partículas.

WTW advierte que el fenómeno de El Niño impactaría en la producción de energía renovable y la economía de América Latina

2023-10-20T00:30+0200americaeconomia (es)

El fenómeno de El Niño podría causar sequía eólica en América del Norte, lo que tendría un efecto significativo en la producción de energía renovable en la región. Así lo asegura un nuevo informe publicado por WTW, consultora británico-estadounidense de Recursos Humanos y Formación.

When Margaret was a little girl all she wanted was a sister. Instead she got a baby goat

2023-10-20T00:12+0200abc-au (en)

We all have that one thing that gets us up in the morning, a passion or hobby that we cannot get enough of. For Margaret Graham, a farmer in northern New South Wales, that thing is goats. As you walk through her farm at Emerald Hill near Gunnedah, her love for her furry four-legged mates is obvious.

Aumenta el polvo atmosférico en América Latina, el Caribe y España

2023-10-19T23:59+0200news-un-es (es)

La Organización Meteorológica Mundial ( ) publicó este jueves su informe anual sobre la incidencia y los peligros de las tormentas de arena y polvo, así como sus repercusiones en la sociedad. El documento examina cómo el cambio climático puede aumentar los focos de tormentas de estas partículas.

A warm, wet El Niño winter is in store for California and much of the U.S.

2023-10-19T23:42+0200daily-pilot (en)

After a blistering summer of record heat, raging wildfires and unpredictable storms, federal scientists on Thursday said a warm, wet winter driven by El Niño is in store for California and much of the rest of country. The first winter outlook from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration....

¿Por qué ha aumentado el polvo atmosférico en América Latina, el Caribe y España?

2023-10-19T23:38+0200horapunta (es)

Las tormentas de arena y polvo repercuten en la aviación, el transporte terrestre, reducen el rendimiento de las centrales solares y propagan patógenos humanos, todo lo cual afecta negativamente a la economía. La pérdida de nutrientes del suelo cuesta a la agricultura más de 8000 millones de dólares al año en la región panamericana.

Tormentas de arena avanzan sobre América del Sur y el Caribe

2023-10-19T22:46+0200ipsnoticias (es)

GINEBRA – América del Sur y el Caribe están entre las regiones que pueden ser má afectadas por tormentas de arena que impactan negativamente a la economía y a la salud de las poblaciones, advirtió en su nuevo boletín este jueves 19 la (OMM). Las tormentas de arena y polvo “tienen repercusiones en....

El Caribe y Sudamérica entre zonas críticas ante creciente incidencia de tormentas de arena y polvo, según la OMM

2023-10-19T21:56+0200cubadebate (es)

El secretario general de la OMM, Peteri Taalas, recordó que los informes de ese organismo y del IPCC sobre el estado del clima muestran que las actividades humanas tienen un efecto sobre las tormentas de arena y polvo. Foto: OMM. La Organización Meteorológica Mundial ha publicado su informe anual....

2 Million Residents in Amazon Exposed to Hazardous Air Due to Drought and Wildfires

2023-10-19T20:08+0200natureworldnews (en)

Manaus, the largest city in Brazil's Amazonas state, has been shrouded in a hazardous cloud of smoke from forest fires. The forested capital has been engulfed in a murky brown cloud, resembling China at its most polluted. The city of one million inhabitants, encircled by a grove of trees, usually enjoys blue skies.

¿Qué catástrofes pasarán en 2024? Esto dijo Nostradamus

2023-10-19T19:26+0200lasillarota (es)

En el vasto universo de las profecías , el nombre de Nostradamus sigue siendo el más popular y controvertido. Aunque hay quienes son escépticos sobre sus predicciones , muchos continúan intrigados por las palabras de este astrólogo y médico francés , cuyas profecías se remontan a siglos atrás.

China: Go all out to ensure a bumper grain harvest 8 hours ago

2023-10-19T10:11+0200tridge (en)

We are currently in the critical production period of the "Three Autumns". With some areas experiencing extreme weather challenges such as typhoons, floods, and droughts, this year's autumn grain harvest has been hard-won. At present, the national autumn grain harvest has exceeded 70%, and winter....

China’s Return to Coal Looks Set to Be Short-Lived

2023-10-18T22:37+0200WashingtonPost (en)

Consider Europe. Russia ’s invasion of Ukraine last year shut down gas imports just as drought conditions sapped hydroelectric generation and maintenance problems put much of France’s nuclear fleet out of action. The result was a rash of dire warnings about the continent’s “return to coal” as....

I semi di soia raggiungono i massimi di tre settimane, il grano si mantiene in piedi grazie all'acquisto di occasioni 18 ottobre 2023 alle 19:07

2023-10-18T20:14+0200marketscreener (it)

I futures sul grano di Chicago sono saliti per la prima volta in tre sessioni grazie all'acquisto di occasioni mercoledì, seguiti dai futures sul mais, secondo i commercianti. Tuttavia, i grandi volumi di esportazioni competitive dalla Russia , il più grande trasportatore al mondo, continuano a pesare sui prezzi del grano, hanno detto gli operatori.

What happens when extreme weather hits several places at once?

2023-10-18T16:35+0200livemint (en)

Between J 10th and July 16th, more than 100m Americans were warned by their government of “potentially deadly" temperatures. Swathes of Asia and Europe are broiling. China’s temperature record was shattered; people sought relief from the heat in bomb shelters.

A severe drought pushes an imperilled Amazon to the brink

2023-10-18T14:39+0200expressindia (en)

The Amazon has experienced droughts in the past, but it’s now facing “simultaneous disasters,” said Ayan Santos Fleischmann, a hydrologist at the Mamirauá Institute, a research organization based in Tefé. Scarce rainfall, scorching heat and scalding water temperatures are battering the region all at once.

Agronomy, Vol. 13, Pages 2637: Evolving Soil Water Limitation Changes Maize Production Potential and Biomass Accumulation but Not Its Relationship with Grain Yield

2023-10-18T13:41+0200mdpi (en)

As a key indicator of agricultural production capacity, crop production potential is critical to evaluate the impacts of climate variability on agriculture. However, less attention has been paid to the pattern of biomass accumulation in response to crop climatic production potential and its relation....

Remote Sensing, Vol. 15, Pages 5008: Soil Moisture Monitoring and Evaluation in Agricultural Fields Based on NDVI Long Time Series and CEEMDAN

2023-10-18T11:56+0200mdpi (en)

The North China Plain is an important area for agricultural economic development in China. But water shortages, severe groundwater over-exploitation and drought problems make it difficult to exercise the topographic resource advantages of the plain. Therefore, the precise monitoring of soil moisture....

Unresolved Conflicts Continue to Drive Africa’s Food Crisis

2023-10-18T00:30+0200africacenter (en)

Conflict and economic collapse have driven about 20.3 million Sudanese (over 43 percent of the country’s population) into high levels of acute food insecurity, between July and September 2023. Of those, almost 6.3 million people (13 percent of the population) are experiencing IPC Phase 4 (Emergency) levels of food insecurity.

Antarctica's shrinking ice shelves and other nature and climate stories you need to read this week

2023-10-16T18:09+0200weforum (en)

Methane is responsible for around 30% of the rise in global temperatures since the Industrial Revolution. But, the IEA estimates more than 80 million tonnes of annual methane emissions from fossil fuels could be avoided by 2030 using existing technologies.

How Hop Nerds Are Saving Your Favorite Beer From Climate Change

2023-10-16T15:03+0200wired (en)

Whether you love lagers or extra-bitter IPAs, you love alpha acids and just don’t know it. These are the compounds in hops that impart that bitter taste, which can be subtle or intense, depending on the cultivar. For centuries, farmers who produce hops for traditional European beer....

Global food crisis: what you need to know in 2023

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

The global food crisis is affecting millions of people around the world. In 2023, record levels of acute food insecurity persist due to protracted food crises and new shocks. In 48 countries, 238 million people are facing high levels of acute food insecurity 10% more than in 2022.

WMO calls for better monitoring of increasingly erratic water cycle

2023-10-16T12:31+0200smartwatermagazine (en)

The hydrological cycle is spinning out of balance as a result of climate change and human activities , according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization, which provides an extensive assessment of global water resources. Droughts and extreme rainfall events are wreaking a heavy toll on lives and economies.

Global food crisis: what you need to know in 2023

2023-10-16T11:52+0200EC (en)

, there are currently at least 238 million acutely food insecure people around the world, with a 10% increase on the 2022 figure. How is the EU helping? The EU is at the forefront of fighting global hunger. The European Commission is a member of the Food Assistance Convention and commits to....

Il grano sale per la terza sessione grazie alla forte domanda; i semi di soia rimbalzano

2023-10-16T06:02+0200marketscreener (it)

I futures sul grano di Chicago hanno guadagnato terreno lunedì, grazie alla forte domanda globale che sostiene il mercato, anche se le abbondanti forniture dalla regione del Mar Nero probabilmente limiteranno il potenziale di rialzo dei prezzi. I semi di soia sono aumentati, recuperando parte delle....

Disasters displaced some 43m children

2023-10-15T13:37+0200manilastandard-ph (en)

Weather-related disasters forcibly displaced a staggering 43.1 million children across 44 countries over the past six years, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said. That figure translates into an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day. The findings are contained in UNICEF’s latest....

Afghanistan, crisi sovrapposte: il quadro dopo il sisma

2023-10-15T00:43+0200interris (it)

L’escalation tra Hamas e Israele ha rapidamente catalizzato l’attenzione dell’opinione pubblica sul Medio Oriente. Lasciando ai margini delle cronache l’ormai perdurante conflitto russo-ucraino ma anche altri contesti di criticità sociale e geopolitica. Tutti importanti ma non tutti così vicini.

Afganistán sigue acumulando desgracias

2023-10-13T16:45+0200elmercuriodigital (es)

OPINIÓN de Jesús A. Núñez Villaverde. Al mismo tiempo que un terremoto bélico se registraba en Palestina , hundiendo aún más las mínimas posibilidades de paz en la zona, Afganistán ha sufrido un seísmo geológico que visibiliza nuevamente el abismo en el que está sumido el país.

Assemblea Generale Onu, Biden: “Solo la Russia è responsabile della guerra in Ucraina”

2023-10-13T14:21+0200tag24 (it)

Davanti ad un attento Volodymyr Zelensky Joe Biden ha fortemente condannato le azioni di Mosca rispetto alla guerra in Ucraina. Il Presidente americano ha parlato durante l’ Assemblea Generale dell’Onu in corso in queste ore nella città di New York, toccando altri temi come la questione climatica e una possibile missione internazionale ad Haiti.

La resa di Parigi: i militari francesi stanno lasciando il Niger

2023-10-13T11:50+0200appelloalpopolo (it)

da L’INDIPENDENTE ONLINE (Gloria Ferrari) La Francia ha ufficialmente cominciato il ritiro delle proprie truppe militari dal Niger, Paese africano in cui lo scorso 26 luglio un colpo di Stato ha spodestato il Presidente “democraticamente eletto” Mohamed Bazoum.

Africa: WMO - Stocktake of Water Resources Needed As Global Hydrological Cycle Is in Distress

2023-10-13T09:33+0200allafrica (en)

The hydrological cycle is spinning out of balance as a result of climate change and human activities, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) that offers an extensive assessment of global water resources. Destructive droughts and heavy rains are causing harm, while....

Remote Sensing, Vol. 15, Pages 4943: Substantial Reduction in Vegetation Photosynthesis Capacity during Compound Droughts in the Three-River Headwaters Region, China

2023-10-13T08:18+0200mdpi (en)

Solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence (SIF) is a reliable proxy for vegetative photosynthesis and is commonly used to characterize responses to drought. However, there is limited research regarding the use of multiple high-resolution SIF datasets to analyze reactions to atmospheric drought and soil....

News | 12/10/2023 Global long-term water security under pressure

2023-10-13T01:56+0200deltares (en)

Climate change and human activity have caused the hydrological cycle to spin out of balance, a new report by the United Nations World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has found. The report provides a comprehensive assessment of global water resources. Droughts and extreme rainfall take a heavy toll on lives and economies.

These countries are facing the biggest health impacts

2023-10-13T00:19+0200inhabitat (en)

Sweden also offers a relatively clean and livable environment with low exposure to dangerous air pollutants, clean drinking water and sanitation. However, it has a higher temperature increase compared to Iceland. Finland has a similar climate to Iceland and Sweden and performs well in areas like low....

Global WMO: Global stocktake of water resources needed About 5 hours ago

2023-10-12T20:46+0200devdiscourse (en)

SHARE; The hydrological cycle is spinning out of balance as a result of climate change and human activities, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) that offers an extensive assessment of global water resources. Destructive droughts and heavy rains are causing....

India Global water resources in crisis as river conditions deviate from normal: WMO report About 4 hours ago

2023-10-12T20:46+0200devdiscourse (en)

More than 50 per cent of catchment areas globally witnessed deviations from normal river discharge conditions last year, posing a significant challenge in providing water to an increasingly vulnerable world grappling with climate change, according to a report by the World Meteorological Organisation.

El pueblo argentino que emergió tras 45 años bajo el agua por la sequía

2023-10-12T20:19+0200elpais (es)

EL PAÍS ofrece en abierto la sección América Futura por su aporte informativo diario y global sobre desarrollo sostenible. Si quieres apoyar nuestro periodismo, suscríbete Lidia Castellino tenía solo 15 años cuando el agua acorraló su casa. Recuerda cómo iba avanzando muy lentamente ante la....

World Meteorological Organization: Earth's water cycle is out of balance

2023-10-12T17:55+0200tellerreport (en)

2023-10-12T15:54:49.849Z. Highlights: World Meteorological Organization: Earth's water cycle is out of balance. Droughts, low water levels and lack of snow: the global water cycle has been disrupted. This has long-term consequences for the global drinking water supply. 6.

MIL-OSI United Nations: WMO: Global stocktake of water resources needed

2023-10-12T15:47+0200foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Source: United Nations MIL OSI. Destructive droughts and heavy rains are causing harm, while melting snow and glaciers heighten flood risks and endanger long-term water security. The UN weather agency’s State of Global Water Resources 2022 report emphasizes the need to better understand freshwater resources and urges a fundamental policy shift.

WMO: Stocktake of water resources needed as global hydrological cycle is in distress

2023-10-12T15:09+0200globalissues (en)

Secretary-General. Substantiated by field observations, satellite-based remote sensing, and numerical modelling to evaluate global water resources, the WMO State of Global Water Resources 2022 report contains in-depth data on key hydrological factors like groundwater, evaporation, streamflow,....

WMO: Stocktake of water resources needed as global hydrological cycle is in distress

2023-10-12T14:54+0200un-sustainabledevelopment (en)

Destructive droughts and heavy rains are causing harm, while melting snow and glaciers heighten flood risks and endanger long-term water security. The UN weather agency’s State of Global Water Resources 2022 report emphasizes the need to better understand freshwater resources and urges a fundamental policy shift.

Global WMO: Stocktake of water resources needed as global hydrological cycle is in distress About a minute ago

2023-10-12T12:52+0200devdiscourse (en)

WMO: Stocktake of water resources needed as global hydrological cycle is in distress SHARE; The hydrological cycle is spinning out of balance as a result of climate change and human activities, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) that offers an extensive assessment of global water resources.

WMO: Stocktake of water resources needed as global hydrological cycle is in distress

2023-10-12T12:47+0200un-org (en)

Destructive droughts and heavy rains are causing harm, while melting snow and glaciers heighten flood risks and endanger long-term water security. The UN weather agency’s State of Global Water Resources Report 2022 emphasizes the need to better understand freshwater resources and urges a fundamental policy shift.

I prezzi bassi del grano irritano gli agricoltori del Kansas, limitando la superficie coltivata a grano invernale negli Stati Uniti

2023-10-12T12:27+0200marketscreener (it)

Una base di ettari più ridotta pone le basi per una riduzione della produzione di grano degli Stati Uniti, che restringerà le forniture globali e renderà il mondo più vulnerabile alle carenze se il flusso di grano dalla Russia , il principale esportatore globale, sarà interrotto da un cattivo clima del raccolto o dalla guerra in Ucraina.

WMO calls for better monitoring of increasingly erratic water cycle

2023-10-12T12:21+0200wmo (en)

Geneva, 12 October 2023 (WMO) _ The hydrological cycle is spinning out of balance as a result of climate change and human activities, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization, which provides an extensive assessment of global water resources.

MIL-OSI United Nations: WMO: Stocktake of water resources needed as global hydrological cycle is in distress

2023-10-12T12:18+0200foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Source: United Nations 3. Destructive droughts and heavy rains are causing harm, while melting snow and glaciers heighten flood risks and endanger long-term water security. The UN weather agency’s State of Global Water Resources Report 2022 emphasizes the need to better understand freshwater resources and urges a fundamental policy shift.

Global water cycle 'spinning out of balance': UN meteorological agency

2023-10-12T11:49+0200AsiaOne (en)

AsiaOne has launched EarthOne , a new section dedicated to environmental issues — because we love the planet and we believe science. Find articles like this GENEVA — The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) said on Thursday (Oct 12) that the hydrological cycle was increasingly out of balance due....

Global water cycle 'spinning out of balance': UN meteorological agency

2023-10-12T11:13+0200thehindu (en)

The World Meteorological Organization said that the hydrological cycle was increasingly out of balance due to climate change and made a call for a fundamental policy shift towards better monitoring. | Photo Credit: AP. The World Meteorological Organization said on Thursday that the hydrological....

Global water cycle 'spinning out of balance' --UN meteorological agency

2023-10-12T11:06+0200gmanews (en)

GENEVA The World Meteorological Organization said on Thursday that the hydrological cycle was increasingly out of balance due to climate change and made a call for a fundamental policy shift towards better monitoring. "We are seeing much heavier precipitation episodes and flooding.

Global water cycle 'spinning out of balance': UN meteorological agency

2023-10-12T11:02+0200straitstimesSG (en)

GENEVA - The World Meteorological Organization said on Thursday that the hydrological cycle was increasingly out of balance due to climate change and made a call for a fundamental policy shift towards better monitoring. "We are seeing much heavier precipitation episodes and flooding.

What climate mess looks like in photos

2023-10-12T11:02+0200greenpeace (en)

October marks the end of summer for the northern hemisphere. And this year was another long, painful summer, with a greater number of people and livelihoods affected by the new climate reality all around the world. From the devastating floods in Libya where over 11,000 people lost their lives , and....

Global water cycle 'spinning out of balance': UN meteorological agency

2023-10-12T11:00+0200economictimes (en)

"We are seeing much heavier precipitation episodes and flooding. And at the opposite extreme, more evaporation, dry soils and more intense droughts," said WMO Secretary-General Petteri Taalas in a statement as the U.N. agency released its State of Global Water Resources report for 2022.

WMO: Stocktake of water resources needed as global hydrological cycle is in distress

2023-10-12T10:57+0200un-news (en)

Destructive droughts and heavy rains are causing harm, while melting snow and glaciers heighten flood risks and endanger long-term water security. The UN weather agency’s State of Global Water Resources Report 2022 emphasizes the need to better understand freshwater resources and urges a fundamental policy shift.

Global Water Cycle 'Spinning Out of Balance': UN Meteorological Agency

2023-10-12T10:49+0200usnews (en)

FILE PHOTO-An aerial view shows the Yangtze river that is approaching record-low water levels during a regional drought in Chongqing, China, August 20, 2022. REUTERS/Thomas Peter/File Photo Reuters GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Meteorological Organization said on Thursday that the hydrological cycle....

MIL-OSI United Nations: WMO calls for better monitoring of increasingly erratic water cycle

2023-10-12T10:49+0200foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Geneva, 12 October 2023 (WMO) _ The hydrological cycle is spinning out of balance as a result of climate change and human activities, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization, which provides an extensive assessment of global water resources.

Global water cycle 'spinning out of balance': UN meteorological agency

2023-10-12T10:43+0200thechronicleherald (en)

FILE PHOTO-An aerial view shows the Yangtze river that is approaching record-low water levels during a regional drought in Chongqing, China, August 20, 2022. REUTERS/Thomas Peter/File Photo. GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Meteorological Organization said on Thursday that the hydrological cycle was....

Global water cycle 'spinning out of balance': UN meteorological agency

2023-10-12T10:43+0200streetinsider (en)

FILE PHOTO-An aerial view shows the Yangtze river that is approaching record-low water levels during a regional drought in Chongqing, China, August 20, 2022. REUTERS/Thomas Peter/File Photo. GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Meteorological Organization said on Thursday that the hydrological cycle was....

WMO Urges Global Stocktake of Water Resources Amid Crisis

2023-10-12T10:22+0200miragenews (en)

Destructive droughts and heavy rains are causing harm, while melting snow and glaciers heighten flood risks and endanger long-term water security. The UN weather agency's State of Global Water Resources Report 2022 emphasizes the need to better understand freshwater resources and urges a fundamental policy shift.

La resa di Parigi: i militari francesi stanno lasciando il Niger

2023-10-12T10:14+0200lindipendente (it)

La Francia ha ufficialmente cominciato il ritiro delle proprie truppe militari dal Niger, Paese africano in cui lo scorso 26 luglio un colpo di Stato ha spodestato il Presidente “democraticamente eletto” Mohamed Bazoum. «Le prime truppe sono partite», ha confermato il portavoce del capo di stato....

WMO Urges Enhanced Monitoring of Unpredictable Water Cycle

2023-10-12T10:11+0200miragenews (en)

Geneva, 12 October 2023 (WMO) _ The hydrological cycle is spinning out of balance as a result of climate change and human activities, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization, which provides an extensive assessment of global water resources.

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....

Afganistán sigue acumulando desgracias

2023-10-12T00:42+0200realinstitutoelcano (es)

Al mismo tiempo que un terremoto bélico se registraba en Palestina , hundiendo aún más las mínimas posibilidades de paz en la zona, Afganistán ha sufrido un seísmo geológico que visibiliza nuevamente el abismo en el que está sumido el país. Sería tentador decir que esa brutal caída es consecuencia....

Afganistán sigue acumulando desgracias

2023-10-11T18:55+0200realinstitutoelcano-es (es)

Al mismo tiempo que un terremoto bélico se registraba en Palestina , hundiendo aún más las mínimas posibilidades de paz en la zona, Afganistán ha sufrido un seísmo geológico que visibiliza nuevamente el abismo en el que está sumido el país. Sería tentador decir que esa brutal caída es consecuencia....

Extreme heat will increase in 2023 and will be even worse than 2022

2023-10-11T11:43+0200bullfrag (en)

In fact, 2023 will mark the tenth consecutive year where temperatures are at least one degree—on average—above the pre-industrial average. The Earth is expected to experience a temperature increase of between 1.08º and 1.32º Celsius above the average recorded in 1900, which was when we began to burn fossil fuels.

Factbox-EU, UN, several countries pledge aid to earthquake-striken Afghanistan

2023-10-11T10:25+0200wkzo (en)

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Another major earthquake rattled western Afghanistan on Wednesday, just days after one of the world’s deadliest earthquakes killed more than 2,400 people and levelled thousands of homes in the area. Below are some facts about the pledges of humanitarian aid made to Afghanistan so far, as U.

Factbox-EU, UN, several countries pledge aid to earthquake-striken Afghanistan ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Another major earthquake rattled western Afghanistan on Wednesday, just days after one of the world's deadliest earthquakes kill... 51m ago

2023-10-11T10:23+0200kelo (en)

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Another major earthquake rattled western Afghanistan on Wednesday, just days after one of the world’s deadliest earthquakes killed more than 2,400 people and levelled thousands of homes in the area. Below are some facts about the pledges of humanitarian aid made to Afghanistan so far, as U.

Factbox-EU, UN, several countries pledge aid to earthquake-striken Afghanistan ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Another major earthquake rattled western Afghanistan on Wednesday, just days after one of the world's deadliest earthquakes kill... 42m ago

2023-10-11T10:16+0200whbl (en)

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Another major earthquake rattled western Afghanistan on Wednesday, just days after one of the world’s deadliest earthquakes killed more than 2,400 people and levelled thousands of homes in the area. Below are some facts about the pledges of humanitarian aid made to Afghanistan so far, as U.

Factbox-EU, UN, several countries pledge aid to earthquake-striken Afghanistan

2023-10-11T09:51+0200wsau (en)

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Another major earthquake rattled western Afghanistan on Wednesday, just days after one of the world’s deadliest earthquakes killed more than 2,400 people and levelled thousands of homes in the area. Below are some facts about the pledges of humanitarian aid made to Afghanistan so far, as U.

EU, UN, several countries pledge aid to earthquake-striken Afghanistan

2023-10-11T09:50+0200straitstimesSG (en)

ISLAMABAD - Another major earthquake rattled western Afghanistan on Wednesday, just days after one of the world's deadliest earthquakes killed more than 2,400 people and levelled thousands of homes in the area. Below are some facts about the pledges of humanitarian aid made to Afghanistan so far, as U.

Factbox-EU, UN, several countries pledge aid to earthquake-striken Afghanistan

2023-10-11T09:50+0200gazette (en)

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Another major earthquake rattled western Afghanistan on Wednesday, just days after one of the world's deadliest earthquakes killed more than 2,400 people and levelled thousands of homes in the area. Below are some facts about the pledges of humanitarian aid made to Afghanistan so far, as U.

Factbox-EU, UN, several countries pledge aid to earthquake-striken Afghanistan

2023-10-11T09:44+02004-traders (en)

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Another major earthquake rattled western Afghanistan on Wednesday, just days after one of the world's deadliest earthquakes killed more than 2,400 people and levelled thousands of homes in the area. Below are some facts about the pledges of humanitarian aid made to Afghanistan so far, as U.

EU, UN, several countries pledge aid to earthquake-striken Afghanistan

2023-10-11T09:39+0200reuters (en)

Afghan men stand on the debris of damaged houses after the recent earthquake, in the district of Zinda Jan, in Herat, Afghanistan October 10, 2023. REUTERS/Ali Khara ISLAMABAD, Oct 11 (Reuters) - Another major earthquake rattled western Afghanistan on Wednesday, just days after one of the world's....

FACTBOX-EU, UN, several countries pledge aid to earthquake-striken Afghanistan

2023-10-11T09:30+0200devdiscourse (en)

Currently, the main needs are for emergency shelter, medical relief items, and access to safe drinking water and sanitation in an area that has been recently affected by droughts, it said. The statement said the new assistance came in addition to the 89 million euros in humanitarian aid already....

Crollano i prezzi dei cereali, ma non per i consumatori: Confagricoltura spiega il mercato sotto pressione

2023-10-11T06:11+0200IlGazzettino (it)

- Prezzi dei cereali in caduta verticale e la paura è che a fine anno le aziende agricole fatichino a chiudere i bilanci con un segno positivo. A manifestare tutta la propria preoccupazione su una congiuntura sfavorevole per il settore primario polesano, dominato proprio di cereali, è....

Desertification, Drought, Land tenure, Sand & dust storms

2023-10-10T22:57+0200unccd-int (en)

Bonn/Samarkand, 10 October 2023 – Today the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) entered into a landmark agreement with the government of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The Host Country Agreement marks the culminating chapter in the preparations for the upcoming 21st session of....

New report: Climate, human activities are key causes of Mekong flow changes

2023-10-10T20:39+0200vientianetimes (en)

The Mekong River has experienced increased dry season flow and reduced flood season flow triggered by climate change and water infrastructure development, a new study has found. The Joint Study partners the Mekong River Commission (MRC) and its upstream counterpart, the Lancang-Mekong Water....

Global warming has cost £13m an hour, researchers find

2023-10-10T19:29+0200eandt-theiet (en)

New Zealand researchers have measured the economic costs of extreme weather events linked to climate change. Their research has found that these occurrences have caused at least $2.8tn (£2.3tn) in damage over the past 20 years, The Guardian has reported.

Hotter, drier summers will make European craft beers less ’hoppy’ – new study

2023-10-10T17:35+0200johansen (en)

September 2023 was the warmest ever recorded according to the EU Climate Service , with Earth’s average surface air temperature peaking at 16.38°C. The average global temperature was also at least 1.5°C higher than pre-industrial levels on about a third of days in 2023, according to These are both....

Hotter, drier summers will make European craft beers less ‘hoppy’ – new study

2023-10-10T17:18+0200theconversation-uk (en)

September 2023 was the warmest ever recorded according to the EU Climate Service , with Earth’s average surface air temperature peaking at 16.38°C. The average global temperature was also at least 1.5°C higher than pre-industrial levels on about a third of days in 2023, according to These are both....

Vendemmia 2023, allarme dell’UIV: il vino italiano rischia un “corto circuito”

2023-10-10T12:37+0200dissapore (it)

La vendemmia 2023 è, in termini quantitativi, una delle peggiori di sempre per il vino italiano: per l'UIV si rischia il "corto circuito". All’orizzonte si stanno ammassando nubi tempestose, ma parlare di “fulmine a ciel sereno” significherebbe peccare di ingenuità.

16 milioni di dollari ogni ora: questo è il costo di crisi climatica ed eventi meteo estremi

2023-10-10T12:24+0200iconaclima (it)

La crisi climatica e gli eventi meteo estremi, la cui frequenza ed intensità aumenta a causa del riscaldamento globale, negli ultimi 2 decenni sono costati 16 milioni di dollari ogni ora . Ad arrivare a questa conclusione è stato uno pubblicato su Nature Communications e realizzato da due....

16 million dollars every hour: this is the cost of the climate crisis and extreme weather events – Icona News

2023-10-10T12:19+0200ruetir (en)

The climate crisis and extreme weather events, the frequency and intensity of which is increasing due to global warming, have cost 16 million dollars every hour . This conclusion was reached by a study published in Nature Communications and created by two researchers from the Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand.

La difficile campagna del mais, tra guerre, cambiamenti climatici e impennata dei costi energetici

2023-10-10T10:10+0200winenews (it)

La siccità e il caldo estremo, le tensioni internazionali, l’aumento dei costi dell’energia e delle materie prime: sono queste le principali variabili che il settore delle farine da mais e da leguminose dovrà fronteggiare nella campagna 2023-2024. Tuttavia, le aziende del comparto - le farine da....

Troppe incognite sul futuro del mais

2023-10-10T09:33+0200teatronaturale (it)

La siccità e gli eventi estremi conseguenza del niňo, le tensioni internazionali, gli alti costi dell’energia: sono queste le principali variabili che il settore delle farine da mais e da leguminose dovrà fronteggiare nella campagna 2023-24. Tuttavia le aziende del comparto sono pronte ad affrontare....

Africa: Weather-Related Disasters Displace 43.1 Million Children in Six Years, Unicef Reports

2023-10-10T09:01+0200allafrica (en)

Weather-related disasters forcibly displaced a staggering 43.1 million children across 44 countries over the past six years, the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) said on Friday. That figure translates to an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day.

I'm a climate scientist and this is how the UK will look in 2050 - East Anglia will fare worst

2023-10-10T07:22+0200inews-co-uk (en)

By 2050, North and Central Africa, India, China, Greece and Italy, will be battling constant wildfires . These places will have a scarcity of food, thanks to drought and extreme weather. There will be a global refugee crisis , as millions attempt to leave these countries and the lack of food will be....

Quanto ci costa la crisi del clima? 16 milioni di dollari l'ora, come minimo

2023-10-10T05:15+0200rainews (it)

L'emergenza climatica dovuta al riscaldamento globale è un fatto. Ora qualcuno si è preso anche la briga di calcolare scientificamente i costi monetari che ne derivano: i danni causati dalle condizioni meteorologiche estreme sono costati 16 milioni di dollari ogni ora negli ultimi 20 anni . Ma forse molto di più.

Clima, eventi estremi costati 16 milioni di dollari l’ora in 20 anni: lo studio

2023-10-10T03:03+0200meteoweb (it)

Gli eventi climatici estremi sono costati 16 milioni di dollari all’ora negli ultimi 20 anni. Lo afferma uno studio pubblicato sulla rivista scientifica Nature Communications, il primo a calcolare una cifra a livello globale dei danni economici a persone e proprietà. Da una prima stima sul 2022, i costi dovuti al ammontano a 280 miliardi di euro.

Extreme weather events have killed more than 60,000 people in 21st century, study finds Just under two-thirds of the climate change-attributed damages are connected to storms, while 16% resulted from heatwaves Mon, 09 Oct, 2023

2023-10-10T02:01+0200irishexaminer (en)

The year with the lowest costs attributed to climate change is 2001 at around €22.75bn, while the year with the highest climate-attributed costs is 2008 at around €588.6bn, the study found. "The years in which costs reach high peaks — notably 2003, 2008, and 2010 — are predominantly because of high mortality events.

Quanto ci costa la crisi climatica: l’esorbitante cifra per ogni ora di eventi meteo estremi

2023-10-10T00:02+0200fanpage (it)

Gli eventi meteo estremi indotti dal cambiamento climatico causato dall’uomo hanno conseguenze che si ripercuotono sul mondo naturale e su diversi aspetti della nostra vita, inclusi quelli economici. In questi termini, secondo una nuova stima, il costo globale dei danni dovuti a condizioni meteo....

Clima: eventi estremi costati 16 milioni di dollari l'ora in 20 anni

2023-10-09T17:54+0200advfn (it)

Nature Communication: in 2022 stimati 280 miliardi di danni. (Il Sole 24 Ore Radiocor Plus) - Milano, 09 ott - Gli eventi climatici estremi sono costati 16 milioni di dollari all'ora negli ultimi 20 anni. Lo afferma uno studio pubblicato sulla rivista scientifica Nature Communications, il primo a....

Cereali: +2% la produzione nazionale di mais nella campagna 2023-24

2023-10-09T16:53+0200advfn (it)

Su approvvigionamenti pesa il crollo delle forniture ucraine. (Il Sole 24 Ore Radiocor Plus) - Roma, 09 ott - Nonostante la carenza di piogge che ha favorito colture alternative, la produzione italiana di mais nella campagna 2023-24 in corso è stimata in aumento del 2% grazie soprattutto alla crescita delle principali varietà nazionali.

Produzione europea mais, atteso calo 10%. In Italia cresce del 2%

2023-10-09T14:42+0200askanews (it)

Roma, 9 ott. (askanews) – Una campagna 2023-24 del mais complicata in tutto il mondo e soprattutto in Europa, a causa del conflitto in Ucraina, che resta uno dei maggiori fornitori di mais per i Paesi della UE: è atteso un decremento del 35% per le esportazioni maidicole da Kiev.

Assitol. Ailma, mais: una campagna con tante incognite

2023-10-09T14:36+0200agricolae (it)

Ailma, che rappresenta in Assitol i produttori di farine m aidicole e proteiche vegetali, sottolinea il momento complesso che il settore sta affrontando. La guerra in Ucraina, gli effetti del cambiamento climatico e i costi dell’energia pesano sulla filiera, ma le imprese garantiscono la qualità dei loro prodotti gluten free e plant based.

Mais, campagna al via con tante incognite. Assitol: Ci aspetta una grande sfida, fra clima e crisi internazionali

2023-10-09T14:05+0200agricultura (it)

ROMA – La siccità e gli eventi estremi conseguenza del niňo, le tensioni internazionali, gli alti costi dell’energia: sono queste le principali variabili che il settore delle farine da mais e da leguminose dovrà fronteggiare nella campagna 2023-24. Tuttavia le aziende del comparto sono pronte ad....

Land, Vol. 12, Pages 1891: Climate Warming Dominates Vegetation Productivity in the Hanjiang River Basin, China

2023-10-09T10:47+0200mdpi (en)

In the context of global warming, the HJRB also experienced a warming trend, particularly in the central part of the basin ( Figure 11 ). Despite this warming trend, there was no significant increase in Pre in the HJRB. In fact, the northeastern part of the downstream basin, specifically the Nanyang....

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....

Ministry of Emergency Management: In the first three quarters, various natural disasters caused 8911.8 million disasters

2023-10-08T08:53+0200tellerreport (en)

China News Network, October 10 According to the website of the Ministry of Emergency Management, the Ministry of Emergency Management released the national natural disaster situation in the first three quarters of 8 on the 8th. In the first three quarters, China's natural disaster situation was....

UNICEF says weather-related disasters have displaced millions of children

2023-10-08T05:51+0200dunyanews (en)

GENEVA (Reuters) UNICEF says floods, storms, and other weather-related disasters have driven millions of children from their homes, with the situation set to deteriorate if action is not taken. There have been 43.1 million internal displacements of children across 44 countries between 2016 and 2021,....

UNICEF: Around 43 million children displaced by climate change

2023-10-08T04:30+0200humnews-pk (en)

WEB DESK: A United Nations report released on Friday reveals that more than 43 million children have been displaced due to extreme weather events linked to climate change between 2016 and 2021. According to DW , The report, compiled by United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF),....

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.

Ethiopia, Guyana & Pakistan turn climate change concerns into action

2023-10-07T21:35+0200theworldfolio (en)

Hailemariam Desalegn, Prime Minister of Ethiopia. When it comes to global warming and climate change, we have to understand this is not about theorists talking; it has become a reality. And if we continue at this pace, it means we are going to disappear from the globe in the coming years in only one....

Millones de niños son desplazados por fenómenos climáticos extremos

2023-10-07T18:39+0200elperiodicodemexico (es)

ANIRUDDHA GHOSAL y CAMILLE FASSETT | Los Angeles Times. Tormentas, inundaciones, incendios forestales y otros fenómenos climáticos extremos provocaron poco más de 43 millones de desplazamientos que involucraron a niños entre 2016 y 2021, de acuerdo con un informe de las Naciones Unidas.

Unicef: Philippines records highest number of child displacements

2023-10-07T18:36+0200philstar (en)

MANILA, Philippines The Philippines has recorded the highest number of child displacements due to weather-related disasters in the past six years, making it the “epicenter” of a crisis seen to further worsen due to the climate crisis, according to a new analysis by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

Millions of children affected by climate disasters – UNICEF

2023-10-07T12:53+0200tribuneonline (en)

The United Nations Children’s Fund warned on Thursday that weather disasters brought on by climate change caused 43.1 million child displacements between 2016 and 2021 and criticized the lack of attention given to the victims. Co-Author Laura Healy told American for Prosperity, or AFP, that the data....

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....

Over 43mn kids displaced by floods, storms, droughts, wildfires between 2016-2021

2023-10-07T07:45+0200dtnext (en)

GENEVA: The Unicef has revealed that more than 43 million children have been displaced from their homes by floods, storms, droughts and wildfires over the six years between 2016 and 2021. According to the new Unicef report, titled Children Displaced in a Changing Climate, the figure works out to....

Copper - the winner in electric vehicle transition

2023-10-07T07:05+0200zawya-palestine (en)

The global market for electric vehicles (EVs) experienced remarkable growth, delivering approximately 1.6 million battery EVs in the second quarter of 2023. This figure represents an 80% increase compared to the previous year. With this surge, the EV industry is on track for an annual production rate of 6.

Over 43 million children displaced by floods, storms, droughts, wildfires between 2016-2021

2023-10-07T06:51+0200businessinsider-in (en)

According to the new Unicef report, titled Children Displaced in a Changing Climate , the figure works out to 20,000 children displaced every single day due to extreme weather fueled by climate change. According to the analysis, China and the Philippines are among the countries that recorded the....

Extreme weather displaced 43m children in past six years: UNICEF

2023-10-07T04:37+0200dailytimesPK (en)

Weather-related disasters forcibly displaced a staggering 43.1 million children in 44 countries over six years or approximately 20,000 child displacements a day – according to a new UNICEF analysis. ‘Children Displaced in a Changing Climate’ is the first global analysis of the number of children....

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.

UNICEF: Tens of millions of children uprooted by climate disasters

2023-10-07T01:19+0200gmanews (en)

UNITED NATIONS - Weather disasters fueled by climate change -- from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires -- sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children's Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims.

UNICEF says weather-related disasters have displaced millions of children

2023-10-07T00:21+0200fijitimes (en)

FILE PHOTO: A plastic boot is pictured on dry cracked mud at a house affected by the floods due to the rains brought by Hurricanes Eta and Iota, in Villanueva, Honduras December 6, 2020. Picture taken December 6, 2020. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas. GENEVA (Reuters) – UNICEF on Friday said floods, storms,....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T23:32+0200startribune (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

UNICEF: Climate-hastened disasters displaced millions of Asian children in 2016-2021

2023-10-06T20:16+0200benarnews (en)

More than 40 million children were internally displaced over six years in worldwide weather-related disasters made worse by climate change, with the Philippines, India, China and Bangladesh topping the chart in absolute numbers, UNICEF reported on Friday. Between 2016 and 2021, as many as 43.

News24 | Weather-related disasters have displaced millions of children, Unicef says

2023-10-06T19:32+0200news24 (en)

43.1 million children have been displaced across 44 countries between 2016 and 2021. The countries with the highest weather-related child displacements were China and the Philippines due to their exposure to extreme weather events. Unicef projects that nearly 96 million children will be displaced due to river floods alone in the next three decades.

UNICEF says weather-related disasters have displaced millions of children

2023-10-06T19:31+0200straitstimesSG (en)

GENEVA - UNICEF on Friday said floods, storms, and other weather-related disasters have driven millions of children from their homes, with the situation set to deteriorate if action is not taken. There have been 43.1 million internal displacements of children across 44 countries between 2016 and....

Floods, storms and fires displaced 20,000 children every day over past six years, UNICEF report finds

2023-10-06T19:00+0200saudigazette (en)

NEW YORK — More than 43 million children have been driven from their homes by floods, storms, droughts and wildfires over the six years between 2016 and 2021, according to new data from UNICEF. That works out to 20,000 children displaced every single day due to extreme weather fueled by climate change.

Weather-related Disasters Led To 43.1 Million Displacements Of Children Over Six Years - UNICEF

2023-10-06T18:58+0200scoop-co-nz (en)

Three countries dominate the results on absolute numbers: the Philippines, India and China, with a combined total of almost 23 million child displacements due to weather-related events between 2016 and 2021. Children in the Pacific islands of Vanuatu and Fiji featured highly on a per capita basis,....

Liguria, agricoltura: risarciti per 4,4 milioni gli operatori danneggiati dalla guerra in Ucraina

2023-10-06T18:13+0200telenord (it)

Sono stati erogati 4,4 milioni di sostegno agli agricoltori della Liguria danneggiati economicamente dalle conseguenze della guerra tra Russia e Ucraina. Lo annuncia Alessandro Piana, vicepresidente della Regione e assessore all'Agricoltura,“Si sono concluse oggi, in anticipo rispetto ai tempi....

43M Children Displaced By Floods, Storms, Droughts, Wildfires Since 2016

2023-10-06T17:24+0200forbes (en)

A joint report by UNICEF and the Internal Displacement Monitoring Center brings into sharper focus one of the harshest impacts of climate change: child displacement. UNICEF cited the new data as further evidence that more must be done to protect children from the risks and safeguard their futures.

Millones de niños han sido desplazados por eventos climáticos: UNICEF

2023-10-06T16:52+0200voanoticias (es)

Tormentas, inundaciones, incendios y otros fenómenos meteorológicos extremos provocaron más de 43 millones de desplazamientos de niños entre 2016 y 2021, según un informe de Naciones Unidas. Más de 113 millones de desplazamientos de niños ocurrirán en las próximas tres décadas, estimó el informe de....

Extreme weather events expected to displace millions of children: UNICEF

2023-10-06T16:44+0200fresnobee (en)

Extreme weather events could displace millions of children over the next three decades, according to a new report from the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). The analysis found that 43.1 million child displacements over the last six years, or 20,000 child displacements per day, were linked to weather-related disasters.

Extreme weather events expected to displace millions of children: UNICEF

2023-10-06T16:43+0200idahostatesman (en)

Extreme weather events could displace millions of children over the next three decades, according to a new report from the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). The analysis found that 43.1 million child displacements over the last six years, or 20,000 child displacements per day, were linked to weather-related disasters.

Extreme weather events expected to displace millions of children: UNICEF

2023-10-06T16:39+0200myrtlebeachonline (en)

Extreme weather events could displace millions of children over the next three decades, according to a new report from the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). The analysis found that 43.1 million child displacements over the last six years, or 20,000 child displacements per day, were linked to weather-related disasters.

Extreme weather events expected to displace millions of children: UNICEF

2023-10-06T16:38+0200bnd (en)

Extreme weather events could displace millions of children over the next three decades, according to a new report from the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). The analysis found that 43.1 million child displacements over the last six years, or 20,000 child displacements per day, were linked to weather-related disasters.

Extreme weather events expected to displace millions of children: UNICEF

2023-10-06T16:36+0200islandpacket (en)

Extreme weather events could displace millions of children over the next three decades, according to a new report from the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). The analysis found that 43.1 million child displacements over the last six years, or 20,000 child displacements per day, were linked to weather-related disasters.

Extreme weather events expected to displace millions of children: UNICEF

2023-10-06T16:36+0200charlotteobserver (en)

Extreme weather events could displace millions of children over the next three decades, according to a new report from the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). The analysis found that 43.1 million child displacements over the last six years, or 20,000 child displacements per day, were linked to weather-related disasters.

Weather-related disasters caused 20,000 child displacements a day between 2016 to '21: UNICEF

2023-10-06T16:23+0200newindianexpress (en)

NEW YORK: Weather-related disasters caused 20,000 child displacements a day, reveals a new UNICEF analysis. Children Displaced in a Changing Climate is the first global analysis of the number of children driven from their homes between 2016 and 2021 due to floods, storms, droughts and wildfires, and looks at projections for the next 30 years.

Standard » Weather disasters displaced 43 million children in 6 years, UNICEF says

2023-10-06T16:08+0200kenyamoja (en)

The miseries of long, drawn-out disasters like droughts are often underreported. Children had to leave their homes at least 1.3 million times because of drought in the years covered by the report more than half of them in Somalia but this is likely an undercount, the report said.

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events

2023-10-06T16:05+0200naharnet-ar (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of Children Displaced Due To Extreme Weather. Climate Change Will Make It Worse

2023-10-06T16:03+0200time (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

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2023-10-06T15:56+0200cnn (en)

More than 43 million children have been driven from their homes by floods, storms, droughts and wildfires over the six years between 2016 and 2021, according to new data from UNICEF. That works out to 20,000 children displaced every single day due to extreme weather fueled by climate change.

UNICEF: Millones de niños son desplazados por fenómenos climáticos extremos

2023-10-06T15:03+0200latimes (es)

Tormentas, inundaciones, incendios forestales y otros fenómenos climáticos extremos provocaron poco más de 43 millones de desplazamientos que involucraron a niños entre 2016 y 2021, de acuerdo con un informe de las Naciones Unidas. En las próximas tres décadas habrá más de 113 millones de....

UNICEF says weather-related disasters have displaced millions of children

2023-10-06T14:58+0200wsau (en)

GENEVA (Reuters) – UNICEF on Friday said floods, storms, and other weather-related disasters have driven millions of children from their homes, with the situation set to deteriorate if action is not taken. There have been 43.1 million internal displacements of children across 44 countries between....

UNICEF says weather-related disasters have displaced millions of children

2023-10-06T14:57+0200wkzo (en)

GENEVA (Reuters) – UNICEF on Friday said floods, storms, and other weather-related disasters have driven millions of children from their homes, with the situation set to deteriorate if action is not taken. There have been 43.1 million internal displacements of children across 44 countries between....

Weather-related disasters displace 43.1 million children in six years, UNICEF reports

2023-10-06T14:38+0200un-sustainabledevelopment (en)

That figure translates to an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day. The findings are contained in UNICEF ’s latest report, Children Displaced in a Changing Climate, the first ever global analysis of child displacements caused by floods, storms, droughts and wildfires. It also projects future trends for the next three decades.

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2023-10-06T14:35+0200devdiscourse (en)

UNICEF says weather-related disasters have displaced millions of children Among the countries with the highest in absolute numbers were China and the Philippines, due to their exposure to extreme weather events, their large child populations and evacuation capacities.

UNICEF says weather-related disasters have displaced millions of children

2023-10-06T14:31+0200whbl (en)

GENEVA (Reuters) – UNICEF on Friday said floods, storms, and other weather-related disasters have driven millions of children from their homes, with the situation set to deteriorate if action is not taken. There have been 43.1 million internal displacements of children across 44 countries between....

UNICEF says weather-related disasters have displaced millions of children

2023-10-06T14:29+0200zawya-palestine (en)

GENEVA - UNICEF on Friday said floods, storms, and other weather-related disasters have driven millions of children from their homes, with the situation set to deteriorate if action is not taken. There have been 43.1 million internal displacements of children across 44 countries between 2016 and....

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2023-10-06T14:27+0200kelo (en)

GENEVA (Reuters) – UNICEF on Friday said floods, storms, and other weather-related disasters have driven millions of children from their homes, with the situation set to deteriorate if action is not taken. There have been 43.1 million internal displacements of children across 44 countries between....

UNICEF says weather-related disasters have displaced millions of children

2023-10-06T14:26+0200gazette (en)

GENEVA (Reuters) - UNICEF on Friday said floods, storms, and other weather-related disasters have driven millions of children from their homes, with the situation set to deteriorate if action is not taken. There have been 43.1 million internal displacements of children across 44 countries between....

UNICEF Says Weather-Related Disasters Have Displaced Millions of Children

2023-10-06T14:20+0200usnews (en)

GENEVA (Reuters) - UNICEF on Friday said floods, storms, and other weather-related disasters have driven millions of children from their homes, with the situation set to deteriorate if action is not taken. There have been 43.1 million internal displacements of children across 44 countries between....

UNICEF says weather-related disasters have displaced millions of children Reuters |Updated 7 minutes ago |2 min read GENEVA (Reuters) - UNICEF on Friday said floods, storms, and other weather-related disasters have driven millions of children from their homes, with the situation set to deteriorate if action is not taken.

2023-10-06T14:19+0200thechronicleherald (en)

GENEVA (Reuters) - UNICEF on Friday said floods, storms, and other weather-related disasters have driven millions of children from their homes, with the situation set to deteriorate if action is not taken. There have been 43.1 million internal displacements of children across 44 countries between....

UNICEF says weather-related disasters have displaced millions of children GENEVA (Reuters) - UNICEF on Friday said floods, storms, and other weather-related disasters have driven millions of children from their homes, with the situation set to deteriorate if action is not taken. There have been 43.1 million internal .

2023-10-06T14:17+0200saltwire (en)

GENEVA (Reuters) - UNICEF on Friday said floods, storms, and other weather-related disasters have driven millions of children from their homes, with the situation set to deteriorate if action is not taken. There have been 43.1 million internal displacements of children across 44 countries between....

UNICEF says weather-related disasters have displaced millions of children

2023-10-06T14:12+0200reuters (en)

GENEVA, Oct 6 (Reuters) - UNICEF on Friday said floods, storms, and other weather-related disasters have driven millions of children from their homes, with the situation set to deteriorate if action is not taken. There have been 43.1 million internal displacements of children across 44 countries....

UNICEF says weather-related disasters have displaced millions of children

2023-10-06T14:09+0200streetinsider (en)

GENEVA (Reuters) - UNICEF on Friday said floods, storms, and other weather-related disasters have driven millions of children from their homes, with the situation set to deteriorate if action is not taken. There have been 43.1 million internal displacements of children across 44 countries between....

UNICEF says weather-related disasters have displaced millions of children

2023-10-06T14:06+02004-traders (en)

GENEVA (Reuters) - UNICEF on Friday said floods, storms, and other weather-related disasters have driven millions of children from their homes, with the situation set to deteriorate if action is not taken. There have been 43.1 million internal displacements of children across 44 countries between....

Weather disasters caused by climate change displaced 43 million children: UNICEF

2023-10-06T13:55+0200TheFrontierPost-en (en)

by The Frontier Post New York, United States (AFP): Weather disasters fueled by climate change — from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires — sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children’s Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims.

Climate disasters displaced over 43M children in 5 years: UNICEF

2023-10-06T13:19+0200dailysabah (en)

Nearly 43.1 million children have been displaced by climate change-induced catastrophes globally between 2016 to 2021, according to the U.N. Children's Fund. In a sweeping report on the issue released Friday, the U.N. agency detailed the heart-wrenching stories of some of the children affected, and....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T12:13+0200sunstar (en)

STORMS, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the Unicef report released....

Climate disasters uproot tens of millions of children, Unicef reports

2023-10-06T12:03+0200rfi-en (en)

From 2016 to 2021, floods, storms, droughts and wildfires – spurred by global warming – led to the uprooting of 43.1 million children in 44 countries, says a report by Unicef and the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC), published Thursday. Ninety-five percent of those displacements were caused by floods and storms.

Weather Disasters Displaced 43 Million Children in 6 Years, UNICEF Says

2023-10-06T11:58+0200voanews (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

UNICEF: Extreme weather events displace millions of children

2023-10-06T11:57+0200infomigrants (en)

Extreme weather events — among them floods, droughts, storms and wildfires — associated with the climate crisis led to over 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. At the current rate of climate change, more than 100 million children....

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....

Tens of millions of children uprooted by climate disasters: UNICEF

2023-10-06T11:17+0200sinchew (en)

Children stand among the rooftops of homes destroyed by floodwaters in Yusuf Batir refugee camp in Maban, South Sudan. AFP. UNITED NATIONS: Weather disasters fueled by climate change–from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires–sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN....

Weather-related disasters displace 43.1 million children in six years, UNICEF reports

2023-10-06T10:24+0200bna-en (en)

New York, Oct. 6 (BNA): Weather-related disasters forcibly displaced a staggering 43.1 million children across 44 countries over the past six years, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said on Friday. That figure translates to an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day.

Unicef alerta que 20.000 menores son desplazados cada día por el cambio climático

2023-10-06T09:42+0200burgosconecta (es)

Del Caribe a Asia y de África a América del Norte, los desastres naturales dibujan una gran mancha en el mapa del mundo con las huellas de los niños que tienen que abandonar sus hogares y comunidades debido a los incendios, las sequías o las inundaciones.

Weather-related disasters displace 43.1 million children in six years, UNICEF reports

2023-10-06T09:37+0200globalissues (en)

That figure translates to an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day. The findings are contained in UNICEF ’s latest report, Children Displaced in a Changing Climate, the first ever global analysis of child displacements caused by floods, storms, droughts and wildfires. It also projects future trends for the next three decades.

Tens of millions of children uprooted by climate disasters: UNICEF

2023-10-06T09:17+0200brecorder (en)

UNITED NATIONS: Weather disasters fueled by climate change – from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires – sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children’s Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims.

Tens of millions of children uprooted by climate disasters: Unicef

2023-10-06T09:12+0200abs-cbnnews (en)

UNITED NATIONS, United States Weather disasters fueled by climate change -- from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires -- sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children's Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims.

Weather-related disasters displace 43.1 million children in six years, UNICEF reports

2023-10-06T09:07+0200devdiscourse (en)

SHARE; Weather-related disasters forcibly displaced a staggering 43.1 million children across 44 countries over the past six years, the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) said on Friday. That figure translates to an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day.

Unicef alerta que 20.000 menores son desplazados cada día por el cambio climático

2023-10-06T08:37+0200laverdad (es)

Del Caribe a Asia y de África a América del Norte, los desastres naturales dibujan una gran mancha en el mapa del mundo con las huellas de los niños que tienen que abandonar sus hogares y comunidades debido a los incendios, las sequías o las inundaciones.

Climate disasters displaced 43m children from 2016 to 2021: Unicef

2023-10-06T08:32+0200straitstimesSG (en)

UNITED NATIONS, United States - Weather disasters fuelled by climate change – from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires – have led to 43.1 million children being displaced from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children’s Fund warned Thursday as it calls for more attention to be paid to victims.

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2023-10-06T08:22+0200ground-news (en)

According to a United Nations report, storms, floods, fires, and other extreme weather events have led to over 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021. This highlights the urgent need to address the impact of on vulnerable populations.

Extreme weather displaced 43 mln children in past six years, UNICEF reports

2023-10-06T08:14+0200app-en (en)

UNITED NATIONS, Oct 06 (APP): Weather-related disasters forcibly displaced a staggering 43.1 million children in 44 countries over six years ­ or approximately 20,000 child displacements a day – according to a new UNICEF analysis. ‘Children Displaced in a Changing Climate’ is the first global....

Millones de niños son desplazados por fenómenos climáticos extremos

2023-10-06T07:57+0200esdelatino-com (es)

Tormentas, inundaciones, incendios forestales y otros fenómenos meteorológicos extremos provocaron poco más de 43 millones de desplazamientos de niños entre 2016 y 2021, según un informe de las Naciones Unidas. En las próximas tres décadas habrá más de 113 millones de desplazamientos de menores,....

Millions of children displaced due to extreme weather events

2023-10-06T07:52+0200cgtn (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million children being displaced between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated a UNICEF report released on Friday,....

Unicef alerta que 20.000 menores son desplazados cada día por el cambio climático

2023-10-06T07:15+0200leonoticias (es)

Del Caribe a Asia y de África a América del Norte, los desastres naturales dibujan una gran mancha en el mapa del mundo con las huellas de los niños que tienen que abandonar sus hogares y comunidades debido a los incendios, las sequías o las inundaciones.

UNICEF: Millones de niños son desplazados por fenómenos climáticos extremos

2023-10-06T07:14+0200sandiegouniontribune (es)

Tormentas, inundaciones, incendios forestales y otros fenómenos climáticos extremos provocaron poco más de 43 millones de desplazamientos que involucraron a niños entre 2016 y 2021, de acuerdo con un informe de las Naciones Unidas. En las próximas tres décadas habrá más de 113 millones de....

Unicef alerta que 20.000 menores son desplazados cada día por el cambio climático

2023-10-06T07:13+0200elcomercio-es (es)

Del Caribe a Asia y de África a América del Norte, los desastres naturales dibujan una gran mancha en el mapa del mundo con las huellas de los niños que tienen que abandonar sus hogares y comunidades debido a los incendios, las sequías o las inundaciones.

Unicef alerta que 20.000 menores son desplazados cada día por el cambio climático

2023-10-06T07:12+0200DiarioVasco (es)

Del Caribe a Asia y de África a América del Norte, los desastres naturales dibujan una gran mancha en el mapa del mundo con las huellas de los niños que tienen que abandonar sus hogares y comunidades debido a los incendios, las sequías o las inundaciones.

Weather-related disasters displace 43.1 million children in six years, UNICEF reports

2023-10-06T07:07+0200un-org (en)

That figure translates to an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day. The findings are contained in UNICEF ’s latest report, Children Displaced in a Changing Climate, the first ever global analysis of child displacements caused by floods, storms, droughts and wildfires. It also projects future trends for the next three decades.

Rising Displacement of Children: The Impact of Climate Disasters and Urgent Calls for Action

2023-10-06T07:04+0200archyde (en)

2023-10-06 04:42:11. Floods, storms, droughts and disasters fueled by climate warming caused 43.1 million displacement of children between 2016 and 2021, UNICEF warned in a report published Thursday, saying this is just the “tip of the iceberg.” Announcement.

Unicef alerta que 20.000 menores son desplazados cada día por el cambio climático

2023-10-06T07:04+0200diarioSur (es)

Del Caribe a Asia y de África a América del Norte, los desastres naturales dibujan una gran mancha en el mapa del mundo con las huellas de los niños que tienen que abandonar sus hogares y comunidades debido a los incendios, las sequías o las inundaciones.

Unicef alerta que 20.000 menores son desplazados cada día por el cambio climático

2023-10-06T07:04+0200abc-Andalucia (es)

Del Caribe a Asia y de África a América del Norte, los desastres naturales dibujan una gran mancha en el mapa del mundo con las huellas de los niños que tienen que abandonar sus hogares y comunidades debido a los incendios, las sequías o las inundaciones.

Tens of millions of children uprooted by climate disasters: Unicef

2023-10-06T06:55+0200thedailystarBD (en)

"I was afraid, in shock," Maia says in the report. "I would stay up all night." Statistics on internal displacements caused by climate disasters generally do not account for the age of the victims. But Unicef worked with the non-governmental Internal Displacement Monitoring Center to unpick the data and reveal the hidden toll on children.

UNICEF: Extreme weather events displace millions of children

2023-10-06T06:51+0200deutschewelle-en (en)

Extreme weather events — among them floods, droughts, storms and wildfires — associated with the climate crisis led to over 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. At the current rate of climate change, more than 100 million children....

Millions of children displaced due to extreme weather events

2023-10-06T06:07+0200japantoday (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children displaced due to extreme weather events

2023-10-06T05:55+0200inquirer (en)

READ: Climate crisis exposes millions of children to dangers of frequent heatwave The miseries of long, drawn-out disasters like droughts are often underreported. Children had to leave their homes at least 1.3 million times because of drought in the years covered by the report more than half of them....

Tens of millions of children uprooted by climate disasters: UNICEF

2023-10-06T05:45+0200BangkokPost (en)

UNITED NATIONS, US: Weather disasters fuelled by climate change -- from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires -- sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children's Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims.

Este verano habrá temperaturas mucho más altas de lo normal

2023-10-06T05:45+0200diarioellitoral (es)

"Las lluvias fueron aumentando pero todavía no en la cantidad que estamos necesitando. Pero bueno, ahora que el Niño ya está más instalado eso se va a revertir, por lo menos para buena parte de nuestro país”, explica con satisfacción Matilde Rusticucci, investigadora del Centro de Investigaciones....

Tens of millions of children uprooted by climate disasters: UNICEF

2023-10-06T05:42+0200bssnews (en)

UNITED NATIONS, United States, Oct 6, 2023 (BSS/AFP) - Weather disasters fueled by climate change -- from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires -- sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children's Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims.

Weather disasters caused by climate change displaced 43 million children: UNICEF

2023-10-06T05:36+0200dunyanews (en)

New York, United States (AFP) - Weather disasters fueled by climate change -- from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires -- sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children's Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims.

Up to 20,000 children displaced every day by storms, floods and wildfires, UNICEF says

2023-10-06T05:17+0200skynews (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth's atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, according to the research.

Up to 20,000 children displaced every day by storms, floods and wildfires, UNICEF says

2023-10-06T05:15+0200coastfm (en)

Storms, floods and wildfires led to more than 43 million displacements of children between 2016 and 2021, UNICEF has said. The UN agency also warned that 100 million more children could be displaced by extreme weather over the next 30 years. Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent....

Weather-related disasters displace 43.1 million children in six years, UNICEF reports Weather-related disasters forcibly displaced a staggering 43.1 million children across 44 countries over the past six years, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said on Friday.

2023-10-06T05:12+0200un-news (en)

That figure translates to an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day. The findings are contained in UNICEF ’s latest report, Children Displaced in a Changing Climate, the first ever global analysis of child displacements caused by floods, storms, droughts and wildfires. It also projects future trends for the next three decades.

UNICEF: 43.1M Children Displaced by Weather Disasters in 6 Years

2023-10-06T05:07+0200miragenews (en)

That figure translates to an alarming average of 20,000 children uprooted every day. The findings are contained in UNICEF 's latest report, Children Displaced in a Changing Climate, the first ever global analysis of child displacements caused by floods, storms, droughts and wildfires. It also projects future trends for the next three decades.

Climate disasters: thousands of children uprooted

2023-10-06T04:59+0200thetimeshub (en)

Open in full screen mode. A child walks near a makeshift camp in the flood-affected area in Pakistan, January 9, 2023 . Agence France-Presse. Floods, storms, droughts…disasters fueled by climate change caused 43.1 million child displacements between 2016 and 2021, and that's just “the tip of the iceberg.

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme …

2023-10-06T04:52+0200wearecentralpa (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Tens of millions of children uprooted by climate disasters: UNICEF

2023-10-06T04:07+0200manilastandard-ph (en)

Weather disasters fueled by climate change — from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires — sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children’s Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims. In a sweeping report on the issue, the United Nations agency....

UNICEF: Climate Disasters Force Millions of Children to Be Uprooted

2023-10-06T04:03+0200vervetimes (en)

Weather disasters fueled by climate change — from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires — sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children’s Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims. In a sweeping report on the issue, the United Nations agency....

Tens Of Millions Of Children Uprooted By Climate Disasters: UNICEF

2023-10-06T04:01+0200ibtimes (en)

Weather disasters fueled by climate change -- from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires -- sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children's Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims. In a sweeping report on the issue, the United Nations....

Tens of millions of children uprooted by climate disasters: UNICEF

2023-10-06T03:41+0200guampdn (en)

Weather disasters fueled by climate change -- from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires -- sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children's Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims. In a sweeping report on the issue, the United Nations....

Millions uprooted by climate disasters: UNICEF

2023-10-06T03:39+0200RTERadio (en)

Weather disasters fueled by climate change - from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires - sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children's Fund warned, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims. In a sweeping report on the issue, the United Nations agency detailed....

Weather-related disasters led to 43.1 million displacements of children over six years - UNICEF

2023-10-06T03:37+0200voxy (en)

Weather-related disasters caused 43.1 million children to be displaced over a six-year period, with New Zealand’s Asia Pacific neighbours at particularly high risk, according to a new UNICEF report released today. Three countries dominate the results on absolute numbers: the Philippines, India and....

There has not been such concentration of greenhouse gases for the last 2 million years

2023-10-06T03:35+0200ukrinform (en)

Blossoming trees in November, Christmas at a temperature of +10, devastating fires, tropical nights in Kyiv and dust storms in Chernihiv oblast, a couple of months without rain and suddenly huge amounts of rain in the Carpathians. All of it is caused by climate change.

Tens of millions of children uprooted by climate disasters: UNICEF

2023-10-06T03:29+0200thesundaily (en)

UNITED NATIONS : Weather disasters fueled by climate change -- from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires -- sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children's Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims.

Climate Disasters Led to Displacements of 43 Million Children from 2016-2021: UNICEF

2023-10-06T03:28+0200news18 (en)

Weather disasters fueled by climate change — from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires — sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children’s Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims. In a sweeping report on the issue, the United Nations agency....

Child displacements due to climate disasters: 43.1 million

2023-10-06T03:03+0200inquirer (en)

In a sweeping report on the issue, the United Nations agency detailed the heart-wrenching stories of some of the children affected, and co-author Laura Healy told AFP the data only revealed the “tip of the iceberg,” with many more likely affected. Statistics on internal displacements caused by....

Tens of millions of children uprooted by climate disasters: UNICEF

2023-10-06T02:59+0200iraqinews (en)

United Nations – Weather disasters fueled by climate change — from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires — sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children’s Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims.

Tens of millions of children uprooted by climate disasters: UNICEF

2023-10-06T02:56+0200al-monitor (en)

Weather disasters fueled by climate change -- from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires -- sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children's Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims. In a sweeping report on the issue, the United Nations....

Tens Of Millions Of Children Uprooted By Climate Disasters: UNICEF

2023-10-06T02:54+0200ndtvnews (en)

United Nations: Weather disasters fueled by climate change -- from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires -- sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children's Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims.

Tens of millions of children uprooted by climate disasters — UNICEF

2023-10-06T02:43+0200tribuneonline (en)

Weather disasters fueled by climate change — from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires — sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children’s Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims. In a sweeping report on the issue, the United Nations agency....

Tens of millions of children uprooted by climate disasters: UNICEF

2023-10-06T02:41+0200heraldsun (en)

In a sweeping report on the issue, the United Nations agency detailed the heart-wrenching stories of some of the children affected, and co-author Laura Healy told AFP the data only revealed the "tip of the iceberg," with many more likely affected. "We moved our belongings to the highway, where we....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:40+0200wtva (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Climate Change Exacerbates Displacement of Millions of Children from Extreme Weather Events

2023-10-06T02:37+0200vervetimes (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:36+0200news-gazette (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:33+0200yakimaherald (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme …

2023-10-06T02:23+0200wowktv (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:23+0200ABCnews (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:19+0200actionnewsjax (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

43 million children displaced from 2016-2021 due to climate disasters: UNICEF

2023-10-06T02:18+0200HindustanTimes (en)

Also Read: Global GDP growth at risk due to climate change: Report In 2017, sisters Mia and Maia Bravo watched flames engulf their trailer in California from the back of the family minivan. "I was afraid, in shock," Maia says in the report. "I would stay up all night.

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:15+0200independent-UK (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Tens of millions of children uprooted by climate disasters: UNICEF

2023-10-06T02:14+0200digitaljournal (en)

Weather disasters fueled by climate change — from floods to droughts, storms to wildfires — sparked 43.1 million child displacements from 2016 to 2021, the UN Children’s Fund warned Thursday, slamming the lack of attention paid to victims. In a sweeping report on the issue, the United Nations agency....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:13+0200sandiegouniontribune (en)

The worst drought in more than 50 years scorched the once-fertile pastures the family relied on, leaving them barren. So, bundling only a few clothes and some utensils into sacks, they moved to a camp in the capital Mogadishu, where Ibrahim, who dreams of being a doctor, is now going to school for the first time.

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:13+0200apnews (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:13+0200kob (en)

The miseries of long, drawn-out disasters like droughts are often underreported. Children had to leave their homes at least 1.3 million times because of drought in the years covered by the report — more than half of them in Somalia — but this is likely an undercount, the report said.

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:12+0200wftv (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Tens of millions of children uprooted by climate disasters: UNICEF

2023-10-06T02:12+0200couriermail (en)

In a sweeping report on the issue, the United Nations agency detailed the heart-wrenching stories of some of the children affected, and co-author Laura Healy told AFP the data only revealed the "tip of the iceberg," with many more likely affected. "We moved our belongings to the highway, where we....

Millions of children are displaced due to extreme weather events. Climate change will make it worse

2023-10-06T02:12+0200wsoctv (en)

Storms, floods, fires and other extreme weather events led to more than 43 million displacements involving children between 2016 and 2021, according to a United Nations report. More than 113 million displacements of children will occur in the next three decades, estimated the UNICEF report released....

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:31+0200theargus (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:31+0200dailyecho (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:23+0200eveningtimes (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:22+0200salisburyjournal (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:21+0200eveningnews24 (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:21+0200dunmowbroadcast (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:20+0200thecomet (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:20+0200eadt (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:17+0200greatyarmouthmercury (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:17+0200yourlocalguardian (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:17+0200edp24 (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:16+0200impartialreporter (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:16+0200thetelegraphandargus (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:16+0200hertsad (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:16+0200southwalesargus (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:15+0200thenorthernecho (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:12+0200thecourier (en)

Storms, floods and wildfires caused over 43 million displacements of children between 2016 and 2021 and threaten to displace 100 million more children over the next 30 years, Unicef has said. Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the....

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:12+0200yorkpress (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:11+0200chesterfirst (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:11+0200pressandjournal (en)

Storms, floods and wildfires caused over 43 million displacements of children between 2016 and 2021 and threaten to displace 100 million more children over the next 30 years, Unicef has said. Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the....

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:11+0200oxfordtimes (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:10+0200newsandstar (en)

Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the Earth’s atmosphere to heat up, uprooted up to 20,000 children a day in 44 countries over the six-year period, with 95% of those from floods, the UN agency said.

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef

2023-10-06T01:08+0200eveningtelegraph (en)

Storms, floods and wildfires caused over 43 million displacements of children between 2016 and 2021 and threaten to displace 100 million more children over the next 30 years, Unicef has said. Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the....

Up to 20,000 children displaced daily by storms, floods and wildfires – Unicef01:01

2023-10-06T01:07+0200belfasttelegraph (en)

Storms, floods and wildfires caused over 43 million displacements of children between 2016 and 2021 and threaten to displace 100 million more children over the next 30 years, Unicef has said. Weather-related disasters, which are becoming more violent and frequent as greenhouse gases cause the....

NewsletterL'aperitivo digitale del 5 ottobre 2023

2023-10-05T18:01+0200cdt (it)

Prosciolto dal reato di tentato omicidio intenzionale e da quelli subordinati di tentate lesioni gravi ripetute e ripetuta esposizione a pericolo della vita altrui. Il 27.enne srilankese, coinvolto nel pestaggio alla Rotonda di Locarno, è stato riconosciuto unicamente colpevole di rissa e condannato a una pena detentiva di 16 mesi.

Prezzi olio di palma potrebbero superare MYR4.000/tonnellata nel 2024 --Market Talk

2023-10-05T11:06+0200advfn (it)

Articolo originale pubblicato su Dow Jones English Newswire, traduzione a cura della redazione Il Sole 24 Ore Radiocor. (Il Sole 24 Ore Radiocor Plus) - Milano, 5 ott - I prezzi dell'olio di palma grezzo potrebbero salire a MYR4.000-MYR4.500/tonnellata dopo che gli effetti di El Nino inizieranno a....

Okyenhene rallies youth against climate injustice

2023-10-05T03:23+0200graphic-gh (en)

The Okyenhene, Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin, has urged young people across the world to raise their voices against climate injustice to help mitigate the devastating impact of global warming on poor and vulnerable countries. He said it was time young people who had the knowledge, technology and....

Commentary — Pope Francis to climate change deniers: You’re wrong

2023-10-04T23:09+0200sltrib (en)

He also takes on climate change deniers — those who “deny, conceal, gloss over or relativize the issue, the signs of climate change” and deny the cause is the use of fossil fuels. As he did in his earlier encyclical, Francis begins by taking a serious look at what scientists are telling us about the causes and consequences of global warming.

El Niño se intensifica: alertan de una “cascada de crisis climáticas” en el mundo en 2024

2023-10-04T20:17+0200tiempo-es (es)

Un reciente estudio advierte que El Niño en proceso causará estragos en la temperatura de la superficie global y desencadenará varias crisis climáticas, tanto en los océanos como en la tierra. Para 2024, es probable que las anomalías cálidas abarquen continentes enteros debido al fenómeno de El Niño.

Online euphoria: Chot Reyes, fans shower Gilas with praises after big win over China

2023-10-04T19:09+0200mb-com-ph (en)

The social media space erupted in frenzy and almost simultaneously when Gilas Pilipinas completed a momentous 77-76 victory over host China to advance to the gold medal round of the 19th Asian Games at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center in China on Wednesday, Oct. 4.

Pope Francis: Americans' 'Irresponsible Lifestyle' Fuels Climate Crisis

2023-10-04T18:13+0200breitbart-com (en)

ROME — Pope Francis has thrown the moral authority of the papacy behind the so-called climate crisis, insisting that the world “is collapsing and may be nearing the breaking point” due to global warming. “Despite all attempts to deny, conceal, gloss over or relativize the issue, the signs of climate....

Is Your Home at Risk? Here are the 20 Countries with the Most Towns and Cities Prone to Deadliest Flooding

2023-10-04T17:39+0200whatsnew2day (en)

Scientists have revealed the 20 countries with the highest number of towns and cities prone to life-threatening floods due to climate change. Researchers are concerned that settlements are expanding into flood-risk areas rather than away from them, threatening lives in the near future.

Golpe maestro al gran problema de la desalinización

2023-10-03T13:42+0200huffingtonpost-es-es (es)

Es uno de los problemas de nuestro tiempo. La sequía y la necesidad de agua nos ha obligado a ser creativos, tirar de imaginación y buscar soluciones. Para ello, la desalinización del agua se ha tornado fundamental y se está llevando a cabo en determinadas zonas del planeta.

Another Year For the Record Books: A Recap of the Main Extreme Weather Events in Summer 2023

2023-10-03T04:24+0200earth-org (en)

also experienced shocking temperatures this summer. In Xinjiang, a province in northwest China, temperature reached 52.2C. The capital Beijing also experienced temperatures past 40C for several weeks, and in mid-July saw its second highest temperature ever recorded since 1961.

Le zone climatiche del pianeta stanno cambiando: dovremo ridisegnare le mappe!

2023-10-03T01:55+0200blueplanetheart (it)

Su Yale Environment 360 Nicola Jones, una giornalista freelance che scrive su Nature Scientific American, Globe and Mail, New Scientist e per l’università della British Columbia, si occupa di un tema spesso ignorato ma che ha già forti impatti sulla vita di milioni di persone: lo “slittamento” delle zone climatiche.

How Did the Panama Canal Get So Crowded?

2023-10-02T23:08+0200cfr (en)

The canal relies primarily on rainwater from Gatún Lake, a nearby artificial reservoir, to feed its lock system , which uses at least fifty million gallons of water—enough to fill almost seventy-six Olympic-size swimming pools—to float each ship through the canal. Without enough water, the canal can’t operate.

Il Marocco punta sul nucleare per battere la siccità

2023-10-02T17:36+0200ansamed-it (it)

(ANSAmed) - RABAT, 30 AGO - Un accordo tra Marocco e la società nazionale russa per l'energia atomica, siglato nel corso di questa estate, si iscrive nella lista delle possibili soluzioni per quella che re Mohammed VI ha definito "la questione strategica dell'acqua".

The UAE holds a major oil and gas conference just ahead of hosting UN COP28 climate talks in Dubai

2023-10-02T10:53+0200qz (en)

“That is our North Star. It is in fact our only destination,” al-Jaber said. “It is simply acknowledging and respecting the science.” However, he added: “We must do this while also ensuring human prosperity by meeting the energy needs of the planet’s growing population." Al-Jaber serves as the CEO of the state-run Abu Dhabi Oil Co.

Capital FM » Changing climate realities: Flooding in New York City and the looming risks of El Nino in Kenya

2023-10-01T12:38+0200kenyamoja (en)

Today, Global Warming is increasingly rising at unprecedented scale with countries around the world, both in the Global South and the Global North continue to confront the unfolding realities of the devastating impacts of climate change. While the extreme weather events such as devastating floods,....

Changing climate realities: Flooding in New York City and the looming risks of El Nino in Kenya

2023-10-01T12:31+0200capitalfm (en)

Today, Global Warming is increasingly rising at unprecedented scale with countries around the world, both in the Global South and the Global North continue to confront the unfolding realities of the devastating impacts of climate change. While the extreme weather events such as devastating floods,....

After hottest summer in 174 years, how prepared is Asia for more extreme heatwaves?

2023-10-01T00:11+0200channelnewsasia (en)

SICHUAN and SEOUL: Last year, when China experienced its worst heatwave since national records began in 1961, the impact on Wang Guoning’s maize farm in Sichuan province was devastating. “The maize was so dry it resembled tinder, like it could ignite. So many plants died,” recalled the 33-year-old.

B.C. Climate News: Nearly $1 billion in wildfire costs push B.C.’s projected deficit | Canadian farmers reel from drought and heat

2023-09-30T20:14+0200vancouversun (en)

costs helps to push B.C.’s projected deficit to $6.7B • Students gather in Montreal to rage against threat of climate change • Record rainfall and flooding in New York • Canadian farmers reel from drought and heat. Since the 1800s, human activities have been the main driver of climate change, mainly....

Doppio attentato in Pakistan: oltre 50 i morti

2023-09-30T10:29+0200asianews (it)

Le notizie di oggi: aperto il ballottaggio alle Maldive, che oggi decideranno tra un presidente filo-cinese e uno pro-India. Nel Manipur è stato nuovamente imposto il coprifuoco a causa dei continui disordini. Per la festa del ringraziamento coreana i prezzi dei beni alimentari hanno raggiunto il massimo storico.

Remote Sensing, Vol. 15, Pages 4776: Spatio-Temporal Dynamic of Disturbances in Planted and Natural Forests for the Saihanba Region of China

2023-09-30T06:29+0200mdpi (en)

The high-intensity disturbance in the year 1994 may be related to the establishment of the Saihanba National Forest Park. The park was established in 1993 [ 56 ]. Especially in the early stage of its establishment, forests were severely destroyed due to the construction of infrastructure, roads, parking lots and service facilities.

Paradox of Ethiopia’s wheat export Vs deadly Borena drought

2023-09-30T00:18+0200newbusinessethiopia (en)

By Woubishet Sisay – In his speech at the 36th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the AU, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed urged all AU member states to struggle for food security and peace. He also stated “Our laser focus on wheat productivity is bearing fruit.

California Lawsuit: Oil Companies, Global Warming, Climate Change, Deception: What The Jury Has To Consider. Part 2.

2023-09-29T16:20+0200forbes (en)

What about other members of the killer quad? The result is the same – none of these show any global worsening trend over the past 40-50 years, even though the global temperature has risen almost 1C degree in this time 2,3. Droughts . One consequence of global warming is expected to be droughts. Its logical.

China trade council asks U.S. to carefully consider tech investment ban

2023-09-29T08:02+0200dunyanews (en)

Deputy Defence Minister Yunus-Bek Yevkurov also attended the meeting.MOSCOW (Reuters) Russia n President Vladimir Putin met Andrei Troshev, formerly a top Wagner mercenary commander, to discuss... Waterways are drying, and river levels are historically low. Droughts also impact fishing.

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.

Il pane e i lombrichi

2023-09-28T08:34+0200greenreport (it)

Secondo il nuovo studio “Earthworms contribute significantly to global food production”, pubblicato su Nature Communications da Steven Fonte, Marian Hsieh e Nathaniel Mueller della Colorado State University (CSU), «I lombrichi sono importanti motori della produzione alimentare globale, contribuendo....

Forests, Vol. 14, Pages 1963: Interspecific Integration of Chemical Traits in Desert Plant Leaves with Variations in Soil Water and Salinity Habitats

2023-09-28T06:06+0200mdpi (en)

Trait integration indicates how multiple traits differ from one another [ 11 ], providing useful insights into the functional tradeoffs underlying biodiversity patterns [ 8 ]. On a local or small scale, topographic and soil factors determine the distribution of traits [ 12 ]. Delhaye et al.

Largest Climate Change Lawsuit in History Kicks Off in European Court

2023-09-28T01:00+0200foreignpolicy (en)

The largest climate change lawsuit in history has officially begun in a European court. On Wednesday, representatives from 32 European nations appeared before the European Court of Human Rights to face charges of having violated the complainants’ human rights by failing to adequately address climate change.

Strategic investments are needed to tackling climate challenges in livestock

2023-09-28T00:43+0200rural21-en (en)

In a new paper in the journal Nature Sustainability, researchers from the CGIAR's Livestock and Climate Initiative and Wageningen University/the Netherlands have found that investments in only a handful of countries – India, China, Brazil, Pakistan, and Sudan – can make a huge impact for both the Earth and people.

Not a Drop to Drink

2023-09-27T23:28+0200dailytimesPK (en)

As soon as one walks into any supermarket, we are confronted with a huge variety of highly attractive and sometimes even unaffordable drinks. These range from non-alcoholic beverages such as carbonated sodas, sports drinks, energy drinks, artificially-sweetened sodas, fruit juices, and bottled water....

Atmosphere, Vol. 14, Pages 1494: Analysis of Hotspots and Trends in Soil Moisture Research since the 21st Century

2023-09-27T14:21+0200mdpi (en)

presents the collaborative network of the top 20 countries in terms of publication count. The level of refinement in the network reflects the depth of research exchange, and the number of national publications indicates each country’s investment in this research area [ 27 ].

Driving Agricultural Innovation: How Low HP Tractors Are Changing the Farming Landscape 2023-2028

2023-09-27T13:50+0200globenewswire (en)

report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The global low horsepower (HP) tractor market has experienced significant growth, with the market size reaching an impressive 2,550 thousand units in 2022. The market is poised for further expansion, and is anticipated to reach 3,303 thousand units by 2028.

The heat wave of July 2023 would not exist if it were not for climate change

2023-09-27T11:00+0200bullfrag (en)

A study published by the organization World Weather Attribution (WWA) comes to a troubling conclusion: the current heat wave is “virtually impossible” without climate change , they point out. The researchers focus their examination on southern Europe, China and the southwestern United States, among other affected regions.

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.

Countries eye cooperation with China in weather tech to address climate change challenges

2023-09-26T18:03+0200manilatimes (en)

SEVERAL countries are looking to cooperate with China on meteorological technology to address the climate change challenges they are facing. "Many countries, including Egypt, Jordan, Mauritania and [the] Gulf countries, [showed] great interest in cooperatively using China's meteorological....

Atmosphere, Vol. 14, Pages 1489: Spatial Downscaling of GPM Satellite Precipitation Data Using Extreme Random Trees

2023-09-26T17:32+0200mdpi (en)

Obtaining precise and detailed precipitation data is crucial for analyzing watershed hydrology, ensuring sustainable water resource management, and monitoring events such as floods and droughts. Due to the complex relationship between precipitation and geographic factors, this study divides the....

Business Ireland one of 10 EU countries to see drop in farm prices

2023-09-26T12:31+0200independent-ie (en)

Ireland is one of 10 EU countries to see the average price of farm products drop in the last year, a hint that food prices are set to come down even more in future. Irish prices fell by 8.5pc between March and June this year, compared to the same period in 2022.

The 2023 World Sister Cities Forum was held in Jinan, Shandong Province All walks of life discussed green development and low-carbon life

2023-09-26T11:13+0200tellerreport (en)

Jinan, September 9 (Sun Tingting) The 25 World Sister Cities Forum and Sister Province and State Leaders Conference opened in Jinan, Shandong Province on the 2023th. Envoys from more than 25 countries and regions, including China, Germany, Canada and South Africa, leaders of international sister....

Le Comunità energetiche un incentivo a fare rete

2023-09-26T08:49+0200corrierepl (it)

Novità: anche un solo condomino può installare un piccolo impianto fotovoltaico senza autorizzazione. Un fitto programma messo in campo da quattro Associazioni culturali: Argomenti 2000; Confconsumatori Altamura – Amlet – e Altamura in Dialogo, tutte racchiuse in unico logo “Dialoghi altamurani 2023”, col patrocinio del Comune di Altamura.

El “Sur Global” y los negociantes del Tercer Mundo

2023-09-25T22:31+0200cubanet (es)

LA HABANA, Cuba. — La bacanal del Grupo de los 77 más China celebrada en La Habana los días 15 y 16 de septiembre, que embriagó de promesas y esperanzas a representantes de más de 100 países del llamado “Sur Global”, continuó en Nueva York durante el 78 período de sesiones de la Asamblea General de la Organización de Naciones Unidas (ONU).

Countries eye cooperation with China in meteorological technology to address climate change challenges

2023-09-25T15:40+0200globaltimes (en)

Lightning brightens the night sky over Washington, DC, during a rainstorm on April 20, 2015. Photo: CFP Multiple countries are looking to cooperate with China in the field of meteorological technology to address the climate change challenges that have gripped countries around the world.

Becchi più grandi e nuove rotte migratorie: così gli uccelli si adattano alla crisi climatica

2023-09-25T10:26+0200gazzettadimantova (it)

Il becco diventa più grande, il corpo si rimpicciolisce. E la bussola interna va ''resettata''. Prove tecniche di resilienza: i cambiamenti climatici impongono agli uccelli una vera e propria lotta per la sopravvivenza. Sopravvive (solo) chi resiste. Alle temperature sempre più alte e ai fenomeni....

Becchi più grandi e nuove rotte migratorie: così gli uccelli si adattano alla crisi climatica

2023-09-25T10:11+0200corrierealpi (it)

Il becco diventa più grande, il corpo si rimpicciolisce. E la bussola interna va ''resettata''. Prove tecniche di resilienza: i cambiamenti climatici impongono agli uccelli una vera e propria lotta per la sopravvivenza. Sopravvive (solo) chi resiste. Alle temperature sempre più alte e ai fenomeni....

Becchi più grandi e nuove rotte migratorie: così gli uccelli si adattano alla crisi climatica

2023-09-25T10:08+0200ilsecoloxix (it)

Il becco diventa più grande, il corpo si rimpicciolisce. E la bussola interna va ''resettata''. Prove tecniche di resilienza: i cambiamenti climatici impongono agli uccelli una vera e propria lotta per la sopravvivenza. Sopravvive (solo) chi resiste. Alle temperature sempre più alte e ai fenomeni....

Peach Blossom Jellyfish: A New Threat to North America’s Marine Ecosystems

2023-09-25T09:50+0200natureworldnews (en)

The peach blossom jellyfish has a life cycle that consists of four main stages: podocysts, polyps, frustules, and medusae. Podocysts are microscopic resting bodies that can form from polyps or medusae under unfavorable conditions, such as low temperature, drought, or pollution.

Agrivoltaics Market Expected to Reach $9.3 Billion by 2031 | Growing at a CAGR of 10.1%.

2023-09-25T08:53+0200openpr (en)

Agrivoltaics is the concept of combining land development for agricultural and solar photovoltaics. It essentially enables two major sectors to coexist. Agrivoltaics leverages agricultural and renewable energy synergies to produce an economical, effective, and innovative approach to land constraints.

Becchi più grandi e nuove rotte migratorie: così gli uccelli si adattano alla crisi climatica

2023-09-25T08:30+0200messaggeroveneto (it)

Il becco diventa più grande, il corpo si rimpicciolisce. E la bussola interna va ''resettata''. Prove tecniche di resilienza: i cambiamenti climatici impongono agli uccelli una vera e propria lotta per la sopravvivenza. Sopravvive (solo) chi resiste. Alle temperature sempre più alte e ai fenomeni....

Becchi più grandi e nuove rotte migratorie: così gli uccelli si adattano alla crisi climatica

2023-09-25T03:14+0200mattinopadova (it)

Il becco diventa più grande, il corpo si rimpicciolisce. E la bussola interna va ''resettata''. Prove tecniche di resilienza: i cambiamenti climatici impongono agli uccelli una vera e propria lotta per la sopravvivenza. Sopravvive (solo) chi resiste. Alle temperature sempre più alte e ai fenomeni....

Becchi più grandi e nuove rotte migratorie: così gli uccelli si adattano alla crisi climatica

2023-09-25T03:13+0200lasentinella (it)

Il becco diventa più grande, il corpo si rimpicciolisce. E la bussola interna va ''resettata''. Prove tecniche di resilienza: i cambiamenti climatici impongono agli uccelli una vera e propria lotta per la sopravvivenza. Sopravvive (solo) chi resiste. Alle temperature sempre più alte e ai fenomeni....

Becchi più grandi e nuove rotte migratorie: così gli uccelli si adattano alla crisi climatica

2023-09-25T03:10+0200laprovinciapavese (it)

Il becco diventa più grande, il corpo si rimpicciolisce. E la bussola interna va ''resettata''. Prove tecniche di resilienza: i cambiamenti climatici impongono agli uccelli una vera e propria lotta per la sopravvivenza. Sopravvive (solo) chi resiste. Alle temperature sempre più alte e ai fenomeni....

Becchi più grandi e nuove rotte migratorie: così gli uccelli si adattano alla crisi climatica

2023-09-25T03:10+0200nuovavenezia (it)

Il becco diventa più grande, il corpo si rimpicciolisce. E la bussola interna va ''resettata''. Prove tecniche di resilienza: i cambiamenti climatici impongono agli uccelli una vera e propria lotta per la sopravvivenza. Sopravvive (solo) chi resiste. Alle temperature sempre più alte e ai fenomeni....

Becchi più grandi e nuove rotte migratorie: così gli uccelli si adattano alla crisi climatica

2023-09-25T03:08+0200ilpiccolo (it)

Il becco diventa più grande, il corpo si rimpicciolisce. E la bussola interna va ''resettata''. Prove tecniche di resilienza: i cambiamenti climatici impongono agli uccelli una vera e propria lotta per la sopravvivenza. Sopravvive (solo) chi resiste. Alle temperature sempre più alte e ai fenomeni....

Becchi più grandi e nuove rotte migratorie: così gli uccelli si adattano alla crisi climatica

2023-09-25T03:05+0200tribunatreviso (it)

Il becco diventa più grande, il corpo si rimpicciolisce. E la bussola interna va ''resettata''. Prove tecniche di resilienza: i cambiamenti climatici impongono agli uccelli una vera e propria lotta per la sopravvivenza. Sopravvive (solo) chi resiste. Alle temperature sempre più alte e ai fenomeni....

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.

Becchi più grandi e nuove rotte migratorie: così gli uccelli si adattano alla crisi climatica

2023-09-24T23:41+0200repubblica (it)

Il becco diventa più grande, il corpo si rimpicciolisce. E la bussola interna va ''resettata''. Prove tecniche di resilienza: i cambiamenti climatici impongono agli uccelli una vera e propria lotta per la sopravvivenza. Sopravvive (solo) chi resiste. Alle temperature sempre più alte e ai fenomeni....

Becchi più grandi e nuove rotte migratorie: così gli uccelli si adattano alla crisi climatica

2023-09-23T09:05+0200lastampa (it)

Il becco diventa più grande, il corpo si rimpicciolisce. E la bussola interna va ''resettata''. Prove tecniche di resilienza: i cambiamenti climatici impongono agli uccelli una vera e propria lotta per la sopravvivenza. Sopravvive (solo) chi resiste. Alle temperature sempre più alte e ai fenomeni....

Becchi più grandi e nuove rotte migratorie: così gli uccelli si adattano alla crisi climatica

2023-09-23T08:57+0200repubblica-green-and-blue (it)

Il becco diventa più grande, il corpo si rimpicciolisce. E la bussola interna va ''resettata''. Prove tecniche di resilienza: i cambiamenti climatici impongono agli uccelli una vera e propria lotta per la sopravvivenza. Sopravvive (solo) chi resiste. Alle temperature sempre più alte e ai fenomeni....

I semi di soia terminano con un rimbalzo dai minimi di un mese; grano e mais fermi

2023-09-23T06:06+0200marketscreener (it)

I futures della soia statunitense sono saliti venerdì in un leggero rimbalzo tecnico dai minimi di sei settimane, mentre anche il mais e il grano sono saliti grazie all'acquisto di occasioni, ma i guadagni in tutti e tre i mercati sono stati limitati da un dollaro statunitense forte, hanno detto gli analisti.

King Charles III's Environmental Commitment

2023-09-22T20:02+0200bbntimes (en)

and Queen Camilla participated in planting a loquat leaf oak tree in the garden of Bordeaux City Hall. Known for its adaptability to changing climates, this tree symbolized their commitment to environmental causes. Meeting Wildfire Responders and Monitoring Climate Impact. During their visit to Bordeaux, the U.

I semi di soia sono saldi in un rimbalzo dai minimi di un mese; il grano è in rialzo, il mais è mosso

2023-09-22T19:26+0200marketscreener (it)

I futures sulla soia degli Stati Uniti sono saliti venerdì in un leggero rimbalzo tecnico dai minimi di un mese, mentre il grano è salito e il mais è stato leggermente misto, mentre i mercati si sono consolidati dopo i cali di questa settimana legati alle tiepide esportazioni statunitensi e all'aumento del dollaro.

Understanding compound events in a changing climate

2023-09-22T17:04+0200phys (en)

Climate change has made extreme weather events more frequent and intense worldwide. Some examples of climate-related disasters in recent years include the serious flooding in Venice, Italy in 2019, the terrible heat waves and wildfires in Australia in 2020, and the widespread flooding in Central Europe in 2021.

Grano, mais e soia si consolidano dopo lo scivolone

2023-09-22T13:39+0200marketscreener (it)

Il grano e la soia di Chicago sono saliti venerdì, mentre il mais è sceso, mentre i mercati si sono consolidati dopo le perdite legate alle tiepide esportazioni statunitensi e all'aumento del dollaro. I rischi di siccità in Sud America e in Australia, così come l'incertezza sulle esportazioni del....

With winter approaching, many in N. Korea are worried about low crop yields this fall

2023-09-22T11:09+0200dailynk (en)

As the rice harvest begins in North Korea’s agricultural areas, people are already worrying about getting through the winter amid expectations that this year’s crop yields will fall short of previous years. Speaking on condition of anonymity for security reasons, a source in South Pyongan Province....

Ancient Irrigation Tool: Dragonbone Water Lift

2023-09-22T09:38+0200stdaily (en)

A model of the dragonbone water lift on display at the National Museum of China. (PHOTO: VCG) By ZONG Shihan The dragonbone water lift, a milestone invention first made during the Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220), is a wooden machine used for irrigation. It gets its name from its shape, which was thought to resemble the spine of a dragon.

Mekong River nations unite to confront climate change

2023-09-22T03:04+0200pattayamail (en)

The commitment was made during meetings held in the Chinese capital Beijing, where senior officials gathered for the 3rd Lancang-Mekong Water Resource Cooperation Forum and the 18th World Water Congress. The six nations along the Mekong River – Cambodia, China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam –....

Understanding compound events in a changing climate

2023-09-21T17:39+0200alphagalileo (en)

Although our understanding of climate extremes and their impacts continues to improve, events that overwhelm the coping capacity of social and environmental systems often take us by surprise. This is partly because current climate and impact modelling efforts are very limited in their ability to....

Success stories Understanding compound events in a changing climate September 19, 2023

2023-09-21T11:27+0200cost (en)

Although our understanding of climate extremes and their impacts continues to improve, events that overwhelm the coping capacity of social and environmental systems often take us by surprise. This is partly because current climate and impact modelling efforts are very limited in their ability to....

L’annuncio di Bonomi, presidente Confindustria: “Dopo la presidenza torno a fare l’imprenditore”

2023-09-21T09:11+0200ripartelitalia (it)

«Sono stati anni piuttosto complessi, è successo di tutto. Non mi sono annoiato: sono partito con la pandemia, ho avuto il caro-materie prime, lo shock energetico, la guerra, la siccità e le alluvioni, 24 ore di colpo di Stato in Russia ». Lo ha detto il presidente di Confindustria, Carlo Bonomi,....

Giorgia Meloni, l'intervento all'Onu: cosa ha detto oggi

2023-09-21T06:03+0200247libero (it)

Migranti, l'aggressione della Russia e la guerra in Ucraina, il ruolo dell'Onu oggi e nel futuro , l'impegno dell'Italia per l'Africa, le sfide legate all'Intelligenza Artificiale. Sono i temi che il presidente del Consiglio Giorgia Meloni affronta nel suo discorso all'Assemblea delle Nazioni Unite....

Giorgia Meloni, l’intervento all’Onu: cosa ha detto oggi

2023-09-21T03:16+0200oglioponews (it)

(Adnkronos) – Migranti, l’aggressione della Russia e la guerra in Ucraina, il ruolo dell’Onu oggi e nel futuro, l’impegno dell’Italia per l’Africa, le sfide legate all’Intelligenza Artificiale. Sono i temi che il presidente del Consiglio Giorgia Meloni affronta nel suo discorso all’Assemblea delle....

Giorgia Meloni, l'intervento all'Onu: cosa ha detto oggi

2023-09-21T02:45+0200vivereancona (it)

9' di lettura Vivere Italia 21/09/2023 - (Adnkronos) - Migranti, l'aggressione della Russia e la guerra in Ucraina, il ruolo dell'Onu oggi e nel futuro, l'impegno dell'Italia per l'Africa, le sfide legate all'Intelligenza Artificiale. Sono i temi che il presidente del Consiglio Giorgia Meloni....

Los embalses chinos tienen más agua que nunca debido a que el bajo Mekong sufrió – BenarNews

2023-09-21T01:39+0200notiulti (es)

En Tailandia, los agricultores se quejan de que sus cultivos no crecen adecuadamente. En Camboya, los pescadores dicen que sus capturas son menores que nunca. En Laos, fluctuaciones inesperadas del agua han causado estragos en los medios de vida. Pero si bien los bajos niveles de los ríos han....

Heat, humidity too much to bear

2023-09-20T19:00+0200newsday-tt (en)

2 Days Ago Dr C James Hospedales - DR C JAMES HOSPEDALES. “AH FIND it making real hot these days, boy/girl,” and “Even de nights hot, oui, de children cyah sleep good” are common refrains in recent weeks as TT and the rest of the world experiences record high temperatures.

Grano in rialzo grazie al ritorno degli importatori, mais e soia fermi dopo i minimi

2023-09-20T14:13+0200marketscreener (it)

Il grano di Chicago è salito mercoledì, grazie alla rinnovata domanda da parte dei principali importatori, che ha contribuito a compensare la pressione delle grandi forniture del Mar Nero. Il mais è rimasto stabile, mantenendosi al di sopra di un minimo di quasi tre anni, mentre i semi di soia sono....

Opinion - Impacts of climate change on agriculture

2023-09-20T11:35+0200newera (en)

Dr Moses Amweelo In Namibia, agriculture is one of the most important sectors. Around 70% of the country’s population depends directly or indirectly on agriculture for their income and livelihood – mostly in the subsistence sector. However, the country’s arid climate and geographic conditions do not....

Spread, Bonomi: “Italia non è sotto attacco dei mercati”

2023-09-20T10:56+0200lapresse-it-italian (it)

Non credo l’Italia sia sotto attacco dei mercati , ma l’innalzamento dei tassi è pericoloso, è da monitorare. Lo spread è un altro che va tenuto sotto controllo”. Così Carlo Bonomi a ‘ReStart’ sulla Rai rispondendo sull’eventualità che l’Italia possa essere sotto attacco dei mercati.

Miércoles, 20 de septiembre de 2023 (04.00 GMT)

2023-09-20T06:04+0200infobae (es)

Naciones Unidas (EFE).- El presidente de Ucrania, Volodímir Zelenski, intervino este martes por primera vez en persona en la Asamblea General de la ONU, en la que acusó a Rusia de tratar de ganarse el apoyo de ciertos países con tratos bajo la mesa, y les advirtió que "no se puede confiar en el diablo".

Martes, 19 de septiembre de 2023 (22.00 GMT)

2023-09-19T23:52+0200infobae (es)

Naciones Unidas (EFE).- El presidente de Ucrania, Volodímir Zelenski, intervino este martes por primera vez en persona en la Asamblea General de la ONU, en la que acusó a Rusia de tratar de ganarse el apoyo de ciertos países con tratos bajo la mesa, y les advirtió que "no se puede confiar en el diablo".

Russia-Ukraine war: Biden implores UN world leaders to stand up to Russia, warns not to let Ukraine ‘be carved up’

2023-09-19T23:36+0200nzherald (en)

appeared aimed not just for a global audience but for Washington, where an increasingly isolationist strain of the Republican Party is jeopardising the prospects of the US successfully replenishing the steady flow of aid that has gone to Kyiv since the war began in February last year.

Biden asks world leaders at the UN to stand up to Russia, warns not to let Ukraine 'be carved up'

2023-09-19T22:10+0200ksl (en)

Estimated read time: 4-5 minutes. UNITED NATIONS — President Joe Biden made his case before the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday that the world must remain united in defending Ukraine against Russia n aggression, warning that no nation can be secure if "we allow Ukraine to be carved up" as he tries....

Zelensky all'Onu: la Russia spinge il mondo verso la guerra finale. Biden: opporsi a Mosca contro gli aggressori di domani

2023-09-19T22:10+0200ansa (it)

Applauso dell'aula del Palazzo di vetro prima dell'intervento del presidente ucraino Volodymr Zelensky, che parla per la prima volta all'assemblea generale dell'Onu. "Mentre la Russia spinge il mondo verso la guerra finale , l'Ucraina sta facendo di tutto per garantire che dopo l'aggressione russa nessuno al mondo oserà attaccare alcuna nazione.

Biden all'ONU: opporsi alla Russia contro gli aggressori di domani

2023-09-19T20:41+0200repubblica (it)

(Teleborsa) - Ferma condanna all'invasione russa insieme alla richiesta di stare a fianco di Kiev anche contro i potenziali aggressori di domani: è il fulcro del discorso pronunciato dal Presidente Usa Biden all' assemblea generale dell'ONU che lo ha accolto con un applauso. Ad applaudire anche Volodymyr Zelensky e tutta la delegazione ucraina.

Biden all'ONU: opporsi alla Russia contro gli aggressori di domani

2023-09-19T20:39+0200finanza-lastampa (it)

Ferma condanna all'invasione russa insieme alla richiesta di stare a fianco di Kiev anche contro i potenziali aggressori di domani: è il fulcro del discorso pronunciato dal Presidente Usa Biden all' assemblea generale dell'ONU che lo ha accolto con un applauso. Ad applaudire anche Volodymyr Zelensky e tutta la delegazione ucraina.

Biden all'ONU: opporsi alla Russia contro gli aggressori di domani

2023-09-19T20:38+0200teleborsa (it)

(Teleborsa) - Ferma condanna all'invasione russa insieme alla richiesta di stare a fianco di Kiev anche contro i potenziali aggressori di domani: è il fulcro del discorso pronunciato dal Presidente Usa Biden all' assemblea generale dell'ONU che lo ha accolto con un applauso. Ad applaudire anche Volodymyr Zelensky e tutta la delegazione ucraina.

UN: General Assembly opens amid multiple serious crises

2023-09-19T20:15+0200tellerreport (en)

The plenary session of the UN General Assembly opened on Tuesday 19 September, with strong speeches from Member States, in a context of multiple global crises. In the midst of Russia 's invasion of Ukraine, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is expected to make his first appearance in person at....

Biden si dà ragione dalla tribuna dell’ONU dimenticando gli squilibri portati dall’imperialismo USA (I.S.)

2023-09-19T19:36+0200farodiroma (it)

“Gli Stati Uniti vogliono che questa guerra finisca, nessuno più dell’Ucraina vuole che finisca, solo la Russia ha il potere e la responsabilità di farlo e ora sbarra il cammino della pace perché vuole la capitolazione e il territorio dell’Ucraina”. Lo ha affermato Joe Biden nel discorso pronunciato oggi all’Assemblea Generale dell’Onu.

Biden warns at the UN that no country will be safe if Ukraine loses the war

2023-09-19T19:14+0200kiratas (en)

The president of the United States, Joe Biden, warned this Tuesday before the UN General Assembly that no country will have its independence assured if Ukraine loses the war due to the Russia n invasion. Biden claimed the need to continue supporting the Kiev Government militarily to defend the....

Biden all’Onu: «Se consentiamo all’Ucraina di essere smembrata, l’indipendenza delle altre nazioni non sarà al sicuro»

2023-09-19T18:45+0200corriere (it)

«Gli Stati Uniti vogliono che questa guerra finisca. E nessun Paese vuole che la guerra finisca più dell’Ucraina Joe Biden è consapevole che il Sud globale ha altre priorità, diverse dal conflitto in corso da 19 mesi, la cui ombra pesa per il secondo anno consecutivo sulle «Ma la Russia impedisce....

Biden all’Onu: “La Russia pensa di sfiancarci ma non accadrà, gli Usa non lasceranno l’Ucraina”

2023-09-19T18:42+0200secoloditalia (it)

“Gli Stati Uniti vogliono che questa guerra finisca, nessuno più dell’Ucraina vuole che finisca. Solo la Russia ha il potere e la responsabilità di farlo. E ora sbarra il cammino della pace perché vuole la capitolazione dell’Ucraina”. Così Joe Biden nel discorso pronunciato all’apertura della 78esima Assemblea Generale dell’Onu a New York.

Biden all'Onu: «Usa e Ucraina vogliono la pace, è Russia a sbarrare la strada»

2023-09-19T18:14+0200ilroma (it)

"Gli Stati Uniti vogliono che questa guerra finisca, nessuno più dell'Ucraina vuole che finisca, solo la Russia ha il potere e la responsabilità di farlo e ora sbarra il cammino della pace perché vuole la capitolazione e il territorio dell'Ucraina". Così Joe Biden nel discorso pronunciato oggi all'Assemblea Generale dell'Onu.

Ucraina, Biden all’Onu: “Contro aggressione Russia per evitarne future”

2023-09-19T17:46+0200quotidianodifoggia (it)

(Adnkronos) – "La Russia crede che il mondo si stancherà e le permetterà di brutalizzare l'Ucraina senza conseguenze". E' quanto dirà Joe Biden nel discorso oggi all'Onu, secondo quanto anticipato dalla Casa Bianca, affermando invece che "Stati Uniti insieme agli alleati continueranno a stare al fianco del coraggioso popolo dell'Ucraina.

Ucraina, Biden all’Onu: “Contro aggressione Russia per evitarne future”

2023-09-19T17:12+0200oglioponews (it)

(Adnkronos) – “La Russia crede che il mondo si stancherà e le permetterà di brutalizzare l’Ucraina senza conseguenze”. E’ quanto dirà Joe Biden nel discorso oggi all’Onu, secondo quanto anticipato dalla Casa Bianca, affermando invece che “Stati Uniti insieme agli alleati continueranno a stare al fianco del coraggioso popolo dell’Ucraina.

Ucraina, Biden all’Onu: “Contro aggressione Russia per evitarne future”

2023-09-19T17:00+0200rete55 (it)

(Adnkronos) – "La Russia crede che il mondo si stancherà e le permetterà di brutalizzare l'Ucraina senza conseguenze". E' quanto dirà Joe Biden nel discorso oggi all'Onu, secondo quanto anticipato dalla Casa Bianca, affermando invece che "Stati Uniti insieme agli alleati continueranno a stare al fianco del coraggioso popolo dell'Ucraina.

Ucraina, Biden all'Onu: «Contro aggressione Russia per evitarne future»

2023-09-19T16:59+0200ilroma (it)

"La Russia crede che il mondo si stancherà e le permetterà di brutalizzare l'Ucraina senza conseguenze". E' quanto dirà Joe Biden nel discorso oggi all'Onu, secondo quanto anticipato dalla Casa Bianca, affermando invece che "Stati Uniti insieme agli alleati continueranno a stare al fianco del coraggioso popolo dell'Ucraina.

Clima: Biden all’Onu, crisi è minaccia esistenziale per umanità

2023-09-19T15:55+0200lapresse-it-italian (it)

New York (Usa), 19 set. (LaPresse) – “Ondate di caldo da record negli Stati Uniti e in Cina. Incendi che devastano il Nord America e l’Europa meridionale. Quinto anno di siccità nel Corno d’Africa. Tragica alluvione in Libia che ha ucciso migliaia di persone.

Ancient grains need modern solutions: how sorghum and millets can nourish a climate-era world

2023-09-18T19:43+0200agfundernews (en)

Editor’s note: Nate Blum is the CEO of BlüMilo and Sorghum United. The latter is an international NGO advancing education and markets development for sorghum and adjacent small grains. He is an expert on grain sorghum production and marketing, with a focus on value-added agriculture processing for sorghum-based products.

Lacalle Pou participó en el cierre de la Expo Prado 2023 previo a su viaje a Nueva York

2023-09-18T17:36+0200diarionorte (es)

La muestra ganadera, agroindustrial y comercial finalizó el pasado sábado 16 de setiembre, con la presencia del Presidente de la República. En representación del Poder Ejecutivo, se expresó el Ministro de Ganadería, Agricultura y Pesca, Fernando Mattos, quien resaltó el compromiso asumido por este....

OSCE Prague Forum on Economy and Environment 2023: UK statement

2023-09-18T15:50+0200gov-uk (en)

At a time when the organisation faces many challenges, it is important that we continue our discussions on the security issues that affect us all. Like last year, we met again here in the context of the continuing war of aggression by Russia against Ukraine.

UK Statement at OSCE Prague 2023 Forum Revealed

2023-09-18T15:47+0200miragenews (en)

At a time when the organisation faces many challenges, it is important that we continue our discussions on the security issues that affect us all. Like last year, we met again here in the context of the continuing war of aggression by Russia against Ukraine.

Six Mekong countries join hands in settle climate change

2023-09-18T12:25+0200vietnamplus-en (en)

Bangkok (VNA) – Six countries along the Mekong River – Cambodia, China, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam, and Thailand - have committed to working together to tackle climate change issues, according to Surasee Kittimonthon, Secretary-General of Thailand’s Office of the National Water Resources (ONWR).

Water, Vol. 15, Pages 3286: Quantitative Analysis of the Uncertainty of Drought Process Simulation Based on Atmospheric–Hydrological Coupling in Different Climate Zones

2023-09-18T09:03+0200mdpi (en)

Droughts can lead to drought disasters, which have become one of the main natural disasters affecting the development of social economies and ecological environments around the world. Timely and effective drought process simulation and prediction based on atmospherichydrological coupling is crucial for drought prevention and resistance.

Lacalle Pou participó en cierre de Expo Prado 2023

2023-09-17T14:02+0200presidencia-UY (es)

La muestra ganadera, agroindustrial y comercial finalizó este 16 de setiembre con la presencia del presidente de la República. En representación del Poder Ejecutivo, se expresó el ministro Fernando Mattos, quien resaltó el compromiso asumido por este gobierno con el sector agropecuario, que permitió....

Emergencia agropecuaria y situación del dólar: claves del discurso de Mattos al cierre de la Expo Prado 2023

2023-09-17T01:25+0200ElPaisUY (es)

Redacción El País La Expo Prado 2023 cerró este domingo con la presencia del presidente de la República, Luis Lacalle Pou. En nombre del Ejecutivo, el ministro de Ganadería, Fernando Mattos, fue el encargado de dar el discurso de cierre, donde resaltó la labor del gobierno para hacer frente a la....

Modi govt 'complete failure' on all important fronts: Kharge at CWC meet

2023-09-16T17:29+0200nationalheraldindia (en)

Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge on Saturday said that the Modi government has been a "complete failure on all important fronts". The Congress chief made the remarks during the first meeting of the newly-constituted Congress Working Committee (CWC) in Hyderabad.

Sustainability, Vol. 15, Pages 13813: Impact of Natural Disasters on Household Income and Expenditure Inequality in China

2023-09-16T08:31+0200mdpi (en)

In contrast to studies that focus on the macroeconomic level, one strand of literature estimates the effect of disasters on average household income and distribution. The empirical evidence is decidedly mixed. For instance, Yamamura [ 23 ] employs cross-country panel data from 86 countries over the....

Eight countries witness devastating floods in Sept: Is climate change causing deluge across the world?

2023-09-16T03:33+0200expressindia (en)

More than 11,000 people were killed and 30,000 were displaced in Libya after torrential rains caused once-in-a-century floods that burst dams and swept away buildings, according to local officials. The disaster came after devastating floods were reported on four continents within the first 10 days of September.

Double extremes: Germany is getting hotter and drier

2023-09-15T11:45+0200tellerreport (en)

2023-09-15T09:44:39.012Z. Highlights: Earth's land masses are getting wetter as global temperature rises, a study shows. Heat waves will become more frequent, as will droughts and extreme rain and storms. Conditions such as those in the Ahr Valley in 2021 will then threaten globally in numerous regions.

Punjab sizzling with heat, faces high humidity

2023-09-15T02:39+0200pakobserver (en)

Extremely hot and humid but dry weather continues affecting most parts of Pakistan even in mid-September after scanty rains in August and best half of the current month helped temperatures rise well-above average. In fact, today (September 14) is the last day of Bhadon – one of the months of....

As with soybeans and corn, Brazil ready to unseat US as world's top cotton exporter

2023-09-14T14:18+0200mercopress (en)

The difference in cotton exports from the two countries is sharply narrowing amid a robust season in Brazil, adding to a list of crops where the US is losing dominance. As with other crops, Brazil is close to unseating the US to become the world’s biggest cotton exporter as Texas, America’s....

Agrivoltaics Market Growing Technology Opportunities and Future Business Trends to 2031

2023-09-14T12:11+0200einnews (en)

Agrivoltaics Market Expected to Reach $9.3 Billion by 2031 — Allied Market Research. PORTLAND, OREGON, UNITED STATES, September 14, 2023/ EINPresswire.com / -- Agrivoltaics is the concept of combining land development for agricultural and solar photovoltaics. It essentially enables two major sectors to coexist.

11:04 AM | September 14, 2023

2023-09-14T08:59+0200nation-pk (en)

Extremely hot and humid but dry weather continues affecting most parts of Pakistan even in mid-September after scanty rains in August and best half of the current month helped temperatures rise well-above average. In fact, today (September 14) is the last day of Bhadon one of the months of....

11:04 AM | September 14, 2023

2023-09-14T08:56+0200nation (en)

Extremely hot and humid but dry weather continues affecting most parts of Pakistan even in mid-September after scanty rains in August and best half of the current month helped temperatures rise well-above average. In fact, today (September 14) is the last day of Bhadon one of the months of....

Las 7 noticias que tienes que saber este jueves 14 de septiembre por la mañana

2023-09-14T08:06+0200lavanguardia (es)

Hola, ¡buenos días! Hoy todo apunta a China. Porque se sabe una influencia clave para la paz en Ucrania. Porque se sabe que su papel en nuestra economía es igual de clave y hay dudas de su juego limpio. Porque el mundo ya cambia. Tema del día Todo apunta a China. Empleo. La industria del automóvil es central para el empleo.

Sizzling heat with high humidity even on Sept 14 but rains are at last predicted

2023-09-14T06:57+0200dunyanews (en)

LAHORE (Web Desk) Extremely hot and humid but dry weather continues affecting most parts of Pakistan even in mid-September after scanty rains in August and best half of the current month helped temperatures rise well-above average. In fact, today (September 14) is the last day of Bhadon one of the....

Agriculture: a priority for the Commission to be confirmed via a strategic dialogue

2023-09-14T00:54+0200farm-europe (en)

For the first time in her mandate – and on the occasion of her last State of the Union speech – the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, mentioned farmers 5 times and launched a significant message on agriculture. Without turning her back on the Green Deal, the Commission....

CLIMATE/ENVIRONMENT/AGRICULTURE: European Commission launches a “strategic dialogue on the future of agriculture in the EU”

2023-09-13T22:56+0200agenceurope-en (en)

Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, announced in her State of the Union address on Wednesday 13 September that she wanted to “ launch a strategic dialogue on the future of agriculture in the EU. This is the first time that, in an occasion of this kind, she has quoted and paid....

World’s Biggest Wine Producers by Country

2023-09-13T18:19+0200archyde (en)

We take a quick look below. The Top Wine Producers By Country in 2022. At the top of the list, Italy produced nearly 50 million hectoliters—or about 1,994 Olympic-sized swimming pools—of wine in 2022, accounting for nearly one-fifth of total production in the year.

The Government insists that its drought plans facilitate water supply to the population and productive sectors

2023-09-13T17:24+0200lamoncloa (en)

Moncloa Palace, Madrid. The Council of Ministers examined the Report on Drought Management in 2023, which shows that the water reserve in reservoirs has decreased over the last ten years. Third Vice-President and Acting Minister for Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge, Teresa Ribera, has....

Stalin’s genocidal Holodomor campaign of 1932-33. What we know vs the denialist lies

2023-09-13T13:55+0200euromaidanpress (en)

and New York times correspondent Walter Duranty, whose reporting on the USSR had won him a Pulitzer prize. Duranty’s outright public dishonesty can be gauged by contrasting it to his private remarks, such as those that were recorded by a report dated 30 September 1933 that came from the British charge d’affaires in Moscow.

Global droughts found to differ by coastal or inland location, with only 40% accompanied by ...

2023-09-13T00:10+0200wn (en)

Can a coastal area have a drought? Yes, but it'll look different than an inland drought, according to new research from team based at Fudan University in China. More surprising than the geographically influenced characteristics of droughts, the researchers said, was the revelation that only 40% of....

Global droughts found to differ by coastal or inland location, with only 40% accompanied by heat waves

2023-09-12T21:54+0200phys (en)

Can a coastal area have a drought? Yes, but it'll look different than an inland drought, according to new research from team based at Fudan University in China. More surprising than the geographically influenced characteristics of droughts, the researchers said, was the revelation that only 40% of droughts are accompanied by a heat wave.

IEA Chief Predicts Oil, Gas, and Coal Demand Will Reach Its Peak by 2030

2023-09-12T20:31+0200vervetimes (en)

Fatih Birol, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), poses for a photograph during an interview with AFP at the Africa Climate Summit 2023 at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) in Nairobi on September 4, 2023. Simon Maina | Afp | Getty Images.

Demand for oil, gas and coal will peak by 2030, but that's not fast enough to keep global warming within 1.5 degrees, says IEA chief

2023-09-12T19:02+0200nbcnewyork (en)

Demand for fossil fuels like oil, gas and coal will hit an all-time high before 2030, according to Fatih Birol, executive director of the International Energy Agency. That's due to changing energy governmental policy around the globe, the surge in development of clean technologies like solar panels....

Demand for oil, gas and coal will peak by 2030, but that's not fast enough to keep global warming within 1.5 degrees, says IEA chief

2023-09-12T18:58+0200cnbc (en)

"Despite recurring talk of peak oil and peak coal over the years, both fuels are hitting all-time highs, making it easier to push back against any assertions that they could soon be on the wane. But according to new projections from the International Energy Agency, this age of seemingly relentless....

Possible impacts of vegetation cover increment on the relationship between winter snow cover anomalies over the Third Pole and summer precipitation in East Asia

2023-09-12T15:32+0200nature-npjclimatsci (en)

Snow cover over the Tibetan Plateau (TP)–the Third Pole of the earth has been recognized as a reliable signal of summer floods or droughts in East Asia (EA). The distribution of snow cover can be influenced by vegetation, however, the impacts of changes in cover of non-growing season....

Possible impacts of vegetation cover increment on the relationship between winter snow cover anomalies over the Third Pole and summer precipitation in East Asia

2023-09-12T13:44+0200nature-Earth-and-Environmental-Sciences (en)

Snow cover over the Tibetan Plateau (TP)–the Third Pole of the earth has been recognized as a reliable signal of summer floods or droughts in East Asia (EA). The distribution of snow cover can be influenced by vegetation, however, the impacts of changes in cover of non-growing season....

China sees fundamental improvement in rivers, lakes: minister

2023-09-12T12:22+0200cgtn (en)

China has seen fundamental improvement in the condition of its rivers and lakes in recent years, Water Resources Minister Li Guoying said on Monday at the opening ceremony of the 18th World Water Congress in Beijing. China has 45,203 rivers with a river basin area of more than 50 square kilometers,....

Remote Sensing, Vol. 15, Pages 4484: Copula-Based Joint Drought Index Using Precipitation, NDVI, and Runoff and Its Application in the Yangtze River Basin, China

2023-09-12T10:32+0200mdpi (en)

Drought monitoring ensures the Yangtze River Basin’s social economy and agricultural production. Developing a comprehensive index with high monitoring precision is essential to enhance the accuracy of drought management strategies. This study proposes the standardized comprehensive drought index....

China sees fundamental improvement in rivers, lakes: minister

2023-09-12T10:08+0200cctv-en (en)

BEIJING, Sept. 11 (Xinhua) -- China has seen fundamental improvement in the condition of its rivers and lakes in recent years, Water Resources Minister Li Guoying said on Monday at the opening ceremony of the 18th World Water Congress in Beijing. China has 45,203 rivers with a river basin area of....

Agriculture, Vol. 13, Pages 1799: Uncovering the Hidden Risks: A Bibliometric Investigation of Farmers’ Vulnerability to Climate Change

2023-09-12T09:22+0200mdpi (en)

Climate change is having a significant impact on farmers and agriculture. Rising temperatures and extreme weather events, such as droughts and floods, are causing crop failures and reducing yields. This study evaluated existing publications from 2006 to 2022, using the Web of Science database,....

Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T08:46+0200epe (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

China sees fundamental improvement in rivers, lakes: minister

2023-09-12T07:34+0200peopledaily (en)

BEIJING, Sept. 11 (Xinhua) -- China has seen fundamental improvement in the condition of its rivers and lakes in recent years, Water Resources Minister Li Guoying said on Monday at the opening ceremony of the 18th World Water Congress in Beijing. China has 45,203 rivers with a river basin area of....

Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T07:02+0200diarioInformacion (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T06:52+0200FaroDeVigo (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T06:49+0200lanuevaespana (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T06:48+0200eldia (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T06:48+0200diarioCordoba (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T06:45+0200levante-emv (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T06:44+0200elperiodicodearagon (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T06:44+0200diariodeibiza (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T06:43+0200laopiniondemurcia (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T06:42+0200DiarioDeMallorca (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T06:41+0200laopinioncoruna (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T06:39+0200elperiodicoextremadura (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T06:39+0200laopiniondezamora (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T06:38+0200elperiodico (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

06:36 Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T06:38+0200laopiniondemalaga (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

Mueren al menos siete personas en China por deslizamientos de tierra

2023-09-12T06:37+0200laprovincia (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

Deslizamientos de tierra dejan al menos 7 muertos en una provincia de China

2023-09-12T05:57+0200elcomentario (es)

Al menos 7 personas murieron y 3 se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi , informó la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de ayer en la ciudad de....

Deslizamientos de tierra dejan al menos siete muertos en provincia sureña china de Guangxi

2023-09-12T05:12+0200diariolibre (es)

Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua. Los deslizamientos tuvieron lugar en la noche local de....

Red Fire Ants, Among World’s Costliest Invasive Species, Could Quickly Spread Through Europe, Researchers Warn After Finding Colonies in Southern Italy

2023-09-12T04:52+0200earth-org (en)

The spread of the red fire ants, considered among the world’s most destructive and costliest invasive species, could have serious health and economic repercussions across the continent, a new study has warned. The red fire ant, one of the most destructive invasive species in the world, has....

Deslizamientos de tierra dejan al menos siete muertos en provincia sureña china de Guangxi

2023-09-12T04:38+0200infobae (es)

Pekín, 12 sep (EFE).- Al menos siete personas murieron y tres se encuentran desaparecidas después de que varios deslizamientos de tierra azotaran una localidad situada en la provincia meridional china de Guangxi, informó este martes la agencia de noticias Xinhua.

China sees fundamental improvement in rivers, lakes

2023-09-12T03:04+0200china.org.cn (en)

China has seen fundamental improvement in the condition of its rivers and lakes in recent years, Water Resources Minister Li Guoying said on Monday at the opening ceremony of the 18th World Water Congress in Beijing. China has 45,203 rivers with a river basin area of more than 50 square kilometers,....

China sees fundamental improvement in rivers, lakes: minister

2023-09-12T01:05+0200gov-cn-en (en)

BEIJING, Sept. 11 -- China has seen fundamental improvement in the condition of its rivers and lakes in recent years, Water Resources Minister Li Guoying said on Monday at the opening ceremony of the 18th World Water Congress in Beijing. China has 45,203 rivers with a river basin area of more than....

China sees fundamental improvement in rivers, lakes: minister

2023-09-11T23:39+0200english-news-cn (en)

BEIJING, Sept. 11 (Xinhua) -- China has seen fundamental improvement in the condition of its rivers and lakes in recent years, Water Resources Minister Li Guoying said on Monday at the opening ceremony of the 18th World Water Congress in Beijing.↳ China has 45,203 rivers with a river basin area of....

China sees fundamental improvement in rivers, lakes: minister

2023-09-11T23:39+0200xinhuanet-english (en)

BEIJING, Sept. 11 (Xinhua) -- China has seen fundamental improvement in the condition of its rivers and lakes in recent years, Water Resources Minister Li Guoying said on Monday at the opening ceremony of the 18th World Water Congress in Beijing.↳ China has 45,203 rivers with a river basin area of....

China sees fundamental improvement in rivers, lakes: minister

2023-09-11T18:23+0200china.org.cn (en)

BEIJING, Sept. 11 (Xinhua) -- China has seen fundamental improvement in the condition of its rivers and lakes in recent years, Water Resources Minister Li Guoying said on Monday at the opening ceremony of the 18th World Water Congress in Beijing.↳ China has 45,203 rivers with a river basin area of....

Las llanuras de América del Sur se inundan por la expansión de la agricultura

2023-09-11T17:43+0200iagua (es)

El aumento de la demanda mundial de cereales está llevando a la rápida conversión de amplias franjas de pastizales y bosques nativos en tierras agrícolas, con graves impactos en el ciclo del agua, según un estudio publicado en la revista Science. El Servicio de Información y Noticias Científicas....

Las llanuras de América del Sur se inundan por la expansión de la agricultura

2023-09-11T14:46+0200eltiempo-CO (es)

deforestación por la agricultura de grano s, un mercado que no para de aumentar a escala mundial, ha reducido la capacidad de los suelos para extraer el agua, provocando encharcamientos permanentes en los campos argentinos”, señala a SINC Esteban Jobbágy, ingeniero agrónomo Consejo Nacional de....

¿Cómo está la cosecha de granos en el mundo? … pues depende del cultivo y la zona

2023-09-11T14:45+0200agrodigital (es)

A finales de agosto, las condiciones de la cosecha de grano son muy desiguales según se trate de trigo, maíz, arroz o soja y de la zona, de acuerdo con AMIS. Con carácter general, en el caso del trigo, en el hemisferio norte, la cosecha de trigo de invierno y primavera está terminando en condiciones mixtas con sequía en varias zonas.

Las llanuras de América del Sur se inundan por la expansión de la agricultura

2023-09-11T14:21+0200Publico-ES (es)

Las planicies de América del Sur se inundan cada vez más, dejando bajo el agua comarcas enteras en la región chaco pampeana de Argentina. La pérdida de vegetación nativa de raíces profundas y la disminución de la evapotranspiración debido a la rápida expansión agrícola en las llanuras ha llevado a....

Convierten pastizales y bosques nativos en tierras agrícolas

2023-09-11T10:08+0200ecoticias (es)

Las planicies de América del Sur se inundan cada vez más, dejando bajo el agua comarcas enteras en la región chaco pampeana de Argentina. La pérdida de vegetación nativa de raíces profundas y la disminución de la evapotranspiración debido a la rápida expansión agrícola en las llanuras ha llevado a....

Europe: small continent, ancient landscapes

2023-09-11T03:49+0200eu-boell (en)

Peatlands can be found in all countries in Europe except Malta. They are concentrated in northwestern and eastern Europe and in the Nordic countries. In southern Europe, peatlands are less common. Areas with a natural surface peat layer more than 30 cm thick cover almost 59 million hectares in....

6 datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-10T14:15+0200elnacional-py (es)

Calor. Incendios forestales. Lluvias torrenciales. Tifones y huracanes. Gran parte del hemisferio norte fue golpeado por condiciones climáticas extremas este verano. Los científicos pueden tardar un tiempo en descifrar qué es lo que está ocurriendo exactamente.

US seizes nearly 1 million barrels of Iranian oil allegedly bound for China

2023-09-10T00:09+0200flipboard (en)

CNN — The US government seized nearly 1 million barrels of Iranian crude oil allegedly bound for China, according to newly unsealed court documents and a statement released by the Department of Justice on Friday. “This is the first-ever criminal resolution involving a company that violated sanctions....

El terremoto de Marruecos (820 muertos) se suma a recientes catástrofes climáticas, calor, inundaciones, incendios y huracanes

2023-09-09T13:29+0200republica (es)

El terremoto ocurrido al sur de Marruecos en la noche del viernes, con una intensidad de nivel 7 y epicentro a 18 kilómetros de profundidad ha causado la muerte a cerca de 820 personas , además de cientos de heridos y desaparecidos por lo que se teme que el número de víctimas llegue o supere las 1.000.

July heat wave has everyone worried—but it could get worse

2023-09-09T07:59+0200biotech-now (en)

The hottest month of the year, July, broke new records this year, followed by the month of August. According to Berkeley Earth , the average global temperature was 1.54°C above the preindustrial average for July. “We’re in a particularly extreme period on top of a long-term warming trend, and the....

Final warning on climate crisis: Act now or it’s too late

2023-09-09T04:17+0200peoplesreview (en)

By Kamal Neeupane. In the last few years, the world has experienced extreme weather, crazy off-the-charts recorded temperatures, and rapid ice melt. The temperature of the planet is driven by two factors: the heat trapped by the ever-growing concentration of greenhouse gases emitted by human....

EU fully backs India's global south agenda: European Council President Charles Michel

2023-09-08T21:16+0200economictimes (en)

The European Union (EU) has expressed its full support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's efforts to bridge the gap between the Global South and the Global North. EU Council President Charles Michel also backed India's initiatives to build a consensus among G20 leaders at the summit in New Delhi.

Remote Sensing, Vol. 15, Pages 4426: Assessment of Variability and Attribution of Drought Based on GRACE in China from Three Perspectives: Water Storage Component, Climate Change, Water Balance

2023-09-08T12:34+0200mdpi (en)

Understanding how drought is impacted by both natural and human influences is crucial to the sustainable utilization and protection of water resources. We established a drought severity index (DSI) based on the terrestrial water storage anomaly (TWSA) derived from the GRACE satellite to detect....

Kerry wants China to contribute to fund for climate-hit nations

2023-09-08T09:33+0200straitstimesSG (en)

BUCHAREST – China and other “large economies” need to play a global role in helping poorer countries cope with the impacts of climate change, John Kerry, the US special presidential envoy for climate, said on Thursday. “If they want to be global economies, they need to act like global economies,” Mr....

Clean energy adoption, decarbonisation efforts in limelight at Gastech 2023 as fuel prices climb

2023-09-08T08:12+0200channelnewsasia (en)

SINGAPORE: Calls for the pursuit of cleaner energy alternatives are gaining traction, as global fuel prices climb amid a drop in supply by major producers. The pursuit of decarbonisation can be aided by harnessing new green technology that is already available, and focusing efforts on the aviation....

Environment Subscribers only Summer of 2023, the hottest ever recorded, with a litany of extreme weather events

2023-09-07T02:47+0200LeMonde-en (en)

In Depth Heatwaves, fires, droughts and floods have been raging across the planet, with dramatic consequences. For scientists, this mushrooming effect confirms that the impacts of global warming are felt more acutely with each additional tenth of a degree in temperature. Near Prodromos, a hundred kilometers from Athens, on August 21, 2023.

Morena propone recortar 20 mil mdp al Poder Judicial con la extinción de fideicomisos

2023-09-06T21:40+0200animalpolitico (es)

Getty Images Europa sufrió en el verano dos intensas olas de calor. 2. 1 megatonelada de CO2e* emitido por los incendios forestales. En el Mediterráneo, millones de personas vieron de cerca cómo se siente el calor extremo cuando dos abrasadoras olas de calor, llamadas Cerberus y Caronte , en honor a....

The Weather Is About to Get Even Weirder

2023-09-06T21:34+0200theatlantic (en)

On Labor Day, you could drive from Minnesota’s border with Canada all the way to where Louisiana hits the Gulf of Mexico and not encounter a high under 90 degrees. The heat hasn’t broken: Today, nearly a third of Americans are sweltering under heat alerts.

6 datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-06T18:49+0200ecuadorenvivo (es)

Calor. Incendios forestales. Lluvias torrenciales. Tifones y huracanes. Gran parte del hemisferio norte fue golpeado por condiciones climáticas extremas este verano. Los científicos pueden tardar un tiempo en descifrar qué es lo que está ocurriendo exactamente.

Prioritizing Human Rights In Relations With Saudi Arabia – OpEd

2023-09-06T18:11+0200eurasiareview (en)

There’s a refugee trail from the Sahel drought region in Africa, into war-ravaged Yemen, and up through Saudi Arabia towards Iraq and Turkey. It’s known as “the Eastern route,” or sometimes “the Yemeni route.” The Saudi monarchy, already leading an eight-year starvation and bombardment campaign....

6 datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-06T16:34+0200laprensagrafica (es)

Calor. Incendios forestales. Lluvias torrenciales. Tifones y huracanes. Gran parte del hemisferio norte fue golpeado por condiciones climáticas extremas este verano. Los científicos pueden tardar un tiempo en descifrar qué es lo que está ocurriendo exactamente.

IHC restrains Islamabad DC from issuing orders under MPO

2023-09-06T15:59+0200dunyanews (en)

Heatwaves, droughts and wildfires struck Asia, Africa, Europe and North America over last 3 months.Paris (AFP) 2023 is likely to be the hottest year in human history, and global temperatures d... South Korea's Yoon says any military cooperation with North Korea must stop .

6 datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-06T14:25+0200ElComercio (es)

MIRA: Qué se sabe de la red de trata de cubanos reclutados por Rusia para combatir en Ucrania que fue denunciada por el gobierno de la isla No todos estos fenómenos pueden relacionarse de manera directa con el cambio climático; los sistemas meteorológicos y climáticos naturales del planeta son potentes y también afectan al clima.

Seis datos que evidencian el verano extremo que abrasó o inundó al mundo

2023-09-06T14:15+0200mdzol (es)

Estos son algunos de los datos que reflejan la magnitud de lo que sucedió en la Tierra este verano boreal. Veamos cómo se conecta con el cambio climático. Foto: PA La temperatura en Londres durante el verano fue insólita. 1. Récord de calor en el 74% de Reino Unido.

6 datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-06T13:24+0200eldeber (es)

1. Récord de calor en el 74% de Reino Unido. En Reino Unido, los días agradables de principios de verano pueden parecer un recuerdo lejano después de semanas de clima inestable, pero este año los británicos registraron el junio más caluroso de la historia. La temperatura media -contando tanto los días como las noches más frescas- fue 15,8 °C.

Seis datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-06T13:18+0200eltiempo-CO (es)

Los científicos pueden tardar un tiempo en descifrar qué es lo que está ocurriendo exactamente. No todos estos fenómenos pueden relacionarse de manera directa con el cambio climático; los sistemas meteorológicos y climáticos naturales del planeta son potentes y también afectan al clima.

More rain may delay crops in top Chinese corn, soy region – weather bureau

2023-09-06T12:53+0200hellenicshippingnews (en)

Heavy rain in northeastern China’s Heilongjiang province this month could delay grain ripening and harvesting, the country’s weather bureau said on Tuesday, after flooding in August also hurt the area’s crops. Precipitation in eastern part Heilongjiang is expected to be 20% to 50% higher than normal....

Ola de calor. Seis datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-06T09:12+0200lanacion-AR (es)

Mientras millones de personas estaban desesperadas por aliviarse del calor, el 26 de julio China y Filipinas fueron golpeadas por lluvias torrenciales y vientos feroces que alcanzaron récords. El tifón Doksuri azotó ciudades y litorales de Asia oriental durante una semana.

Ministry of Emergency Management: Natural disasters affected 8,888,7 people in August

2023-09-06T09:02+0200tellerreport (en)

China News Network, September 9 According to the official Weibo of the Ministry of Emergency Management, the Ministry of Emergency Management released the national natural disaster situation in August 6 on the 6th. In August, China's natural disasters were mainly floods, droughts, typhoons and....

Osteology, Vol. 3, Pages 113-115: Bone Health, Intersectionality and Climate Change

2023-09-06T06:36+0200mdpi (en)

Extreme weather patterns are becoming more common, with attendant risks for human health. As described by the World Health Organisation, climate change refers to long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns [ 1 ]. While weather shifts can be caused by naturally occurring phenomena, such as....

6 datos que evidencian el verano boreal extremo que abrasó o inundó parte del mundo

2023-09-06T05:54+0200acento (es)

Reuters Recientemente, se alcanzaron en poco tiempo importantes récords meteorológicos. Calor. Incendios forestales. Lluvias torrenciales. Tifones y huracanes. Gran parte del hemisferio norte fue golpeado por condiciones climáticas extremas este verano. Los científicos pueden tardar un tiempo en descifrar qué es lo que está ocurriendo exactamente.

China’s Economic Slowdown Is Now Impacting Other Countries

2023-09-05T23:19+0200valuewalk (en)

Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam are all experiencing slower economic growth due to China. Only Australia is not being adversely impacted by China, due largely to the fact that China this year lifted the tariffs on coal, barley, lobsters, and other goods imported from Australia. LFP Battery Domination.

La prima asfissia ancestrale ci ha quasi annientati!

2023-09-05T15:08+0200gexperience (it)

Viene mostrata la sintassi di base del nostro nuovo metodo di inferenza. L’immagine raffigura un dipinto su una scogliera, che mostra popolazioni di ominidi che si uniscono per sfuggire a un pericolo sconosciuto nell’oscurità durante un antico e grave collo di bottiglia. Credito: Istituto di nutrizione e salute di Shanghai, CAS.

Resources, Vol. 12, Pages 106: Historical Analysis and Prediction of the Magnitude and Scale of Natural Disasters Globally

2023-09-05T13:34+0200mdpi (en)

A thunderstorm is a meteorological phenomenon characterised by strong winds, heavy rain or snow, and often accompanied by lightning and thunder. Thunderstorms, which vary in size and intensity, are formed by the collision of warm and cold air masses, resulting in the formation of convective clouds.

China’s average coal power emissions rise by a third, report says

2023-09-05T12:18+0200rfa (en)

China’s per capita coal power emissions rose by 30% between 2015 and 2022 as it continued to remain one of the top polluters in the world, a global energy research organization said in a new report on Tuesday. Australia, South Korea, and China are the G20’s top coal polluters on average, even though....

China Meteorological Administration: Meteorological drought in many places in northwest China may continue to develop

2023-09-05T11:03+0200tellerreport (en)

2023-09-05T09:00:39.434Z. Highlights: In August, the precipitation in the eastern part of Northwest China was 8 to 8% less than the same period of the year. By the end of August, there was moderate or above meteorological drought in eastern Xinjiang, central and western Inner Mongolia, northeastern Qinghai, most of Gansu and parts of Ningxia.

More rain may delay crops in top Chinese corn, soy region - weather bureau

2023-09-05T11:02+0200zawya-palestine (en)

Heavy rain in northeastern China's Heilongjiang province this month could delay grain ripening and harvesting, the country's weather bureau said on Tuesday, after flooding in August also hurt the area's crops. Precipitation in eastern part Heilongjiang is expected to be 20% to 50% higher than normal....

More rain may delay crops in top Chinese corn, soy region - weather bureau

2023-09-05T10:04+02004-traders (en)

BEIJING, Sept 5 (Reuters) - Heavy rain in northeastern China's Heilongjiang province this month could delay grain ripening and harvesting, the country's weather bureau said on Tuesday, after flooding in August also hurt the area's crops. Precipitation in eastern part Heilongjiang is expected to be....

Remote Sensing, Vol. 15, Pages 4362: Drought-Related Spatiotemporal Cumulative and Time-Lag Effects on Terrestrial Vegetation across China

2023-09-05T05:26+0200mdpi (en)

Vegetation is one of the most important indicators of climate change, as it can show regional change in the environment. Vegetation health is affected by various factors, including drought, which has cumulative and time-lag effects on vegetation response.

Un 68 % del Tren Maya, amenazado por cambio climático

2023-09-05T03:13+0200elsiglodetorreon (es)

La ruta del Tren Maya incluye, al menos, 28 municipios vulnerables a los efectos de la crisis climática, según un cotejo de su trazo y el Atlas de Vulnerabilidad 2021 del Instituto Nacional de Ecología y Cambio Climático (INECC). De ellos, 14 se localizan en Yucatán, cinco en Campeche, tres en Tabasco, cuatro en Quintana Roo y dos en Chiapas.

Global Air Pollution Crisis: A Greater Threat to Public Health Than Smoking or Alcohol Consumption

2023-09-05T02:44+0200archyde (en)

2023-09-04 21:00:48. Air pollution poses a greater risk to global health than smoking or alcohol consumption, and this danger is exacerbated in certain regions of the world such as Asia and Africa, details a study published at the end of August. According to this report by the University of....

Il mare cambia l’Italia

2023-09-04T22:30+0200limesonline (it)

La guerra cambia il mare e il mare cambia l’Italia . La guerra sempre meno indiretta tra Stati Uniti e Russia e la crescente tensione fra Stati Uniti e Cina scaricano i loro effetti sugli oceani, connessi attraverso il Medioceano, termine geopolitico per Mediterraneo. Per poi scaricarli sulla nostra penisola.

Peronist volume: Massa travels to Tucumán and Manzur joins the campaign | The second stage, the big north and the responses to Milei – News from Argentina

2023-09-04T21:28+0200esdelatino-com (en)

The candidate for President of Union for the Homeland Sergio Massa tries to accommodate the board and, as of this Monday, order the chips to face the second stage of the campaign, with the aim of entering the ballotage and facing the far-right libertarian, Javier Milei, there.

900.000 anni fa la razza umana era sull’orlo dell’estinzione: lo dice la scienza

2023-09-04T16:44+0200flaminiaedintorni (it)

Con un entusiasmante risultato scientifico, uno studio ha fatto luce su un periodo oscuro della storia umana circa 900.000 anni fa. Quando la nostra specie era sull’orlo dell’estinzione. (Leggi anche: La capsula Dragon si stacca dalla Stazione Spaziale Internazionale e la Crew-6 inizia il suo ritorno verso la costa della Florida.

Japón en ayudas para pescadores destinará 130 millones de euros

2023-09-04T16:03+0200elsiglo (es)

El Gobierno de Japón anunció hoy que destinará 20.700 millones de yenes (unos 130 millones de euros) en ayudas adicionales a la industria de pescadores nipona ante el veto de China a productos marítimos japoneses a raíz del vertido de Fukushima. El paquete de ayudas, anunciado este lunes por el....

Il collo di bottiglia climatico che 900mila anni fa rischiò di far estinguere i nostri antenati

2023-09-04T14:25+0200greenreport (it)

Una ricerca a partecipazione italiana rivela quante sono state a rischiose le nostre origini ancestrali. [4 Settembre 2023] Lo “Genomic inference of a severe human bottleneck during the Early to Middle Pleistocene transition”, pubblicato su Science da un team di ricercatori cinesi, italiani e....

Atmosphere, Vol. 14, Pages 1397: Combined Effects of Heat and Drought Stress on the Growth Process and Yield of Maize (Zea mays L.) in Liaoning Province, China

2023-09-04T12:01+0200mdpi (en)

A method was put forward to identify the combined heat and drought (CHD) events that occurred in summer and affected spring maize in Liaoning province. The spatial and temporal characteristics of CHD and its effects on maize were evaluated based on daily meteorological data at 52 meteorological....

News24 | India burns more coal for power as dry weather sparks blackout fears

2023-09-04T11:01+0200news24 (en)

India has stepped up the use of coal to generate electricity to stop outages caused by lower hydroelectricity output. The driest August in more than a century has resulted in power generation surging to a record 162.7 billion kilowatt hours. Coal's share in power output rose to 66.7% in August the highest for the month in six years.

Guest Commentary: A different perspective on keeping climate change at bay

2023-09-03T10:28+0200yakimaherald (en)

In the media there have been constant reports of efforts to curb the world’s climate changes. Numerous articles have been written, and vivid videos have been shown stressing reasons for curbing those changes that have sprung up — unexpectedly — in parts of the world, including in America, which had....

How will El Niño affect Europe’s weather this winter?

2023-09-03T09:02+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

The complicated puzzle of the world’s weather systems, however, makes it difficult to predict how El Niño will affect Europe’s weather as the year goes on. How it changes rainfall, wind, temperatures and other climate patterns could also vary depending on where you are on the continent.

How will El Niño affect Europe’s weather this winter?

2023-09-03T08:50+0200euronews-en (en)

The complicated puzzle of the world’s weather systems, however, makes it difficult to predict how El Niño will affect Europe’s weather as the year goes on. How it changes rainfall, wind, temperatures and other climate patterns could also vary depending on where you are on the continent.

Extreme climate event almost led to human ancestors’ extinction: Study

2023-09-02T09:39+0200JakartaPost (en)

A genomics study has predicted that ancient population went through a steep decline caused by an extreme climate event that led to a “severe human bottleneck” and came close to wiping out our ancestral line. The study, published in the Science journal on Thursday, analyzed the composite likelihood....

Agriculture and food security must be the focus after drought

2023-09-01T17:09+0200pressandjournal (en)

Ukraine is far from being the huge export force it was for grain crops. Agriculture and food security were eclipsed in the hour-long state of the union speech delivered by the European Commission president, Ursula von der Leyen. Instead, she concentrated on the humanitarian aspects of the war in....

Productores de vinos en Chile reviven antiguas técnicas para combatir el cambio climático

2023-09-01T15:58+0200portaldelcampo (es)

En medio de los valles centrales de Chile, hogar de variedades de uvas como el Carmenere, Cabernet Sauvignon y Merlot, los productores de vino han empezado a cosechar de noche, utilizar estiércol de caballo y revivir técnicas antiguas para lidiar con la escasez de agua y los cambios climáticos.

Monsoon 2023: Can India forecast drought in the long-term?

2023-09-01T07:49+0200downtoearth (en)

It is nearly akin to the clichéd “memory vs forgetfulness” syndrome. Just before the onset of its weekly updates by the meteorological department, forecasting the monsoon and reconciling with its actual performance have been an intimate official affair that the country keenly follows.

China ve en la 'Nueva Ruta de la Seda' la oportunidad para lograr la transición energética

2023-09-01T07:03+0200laestrella (es)

El pensamiento de la “armonía entre la humanidad y la naturaleza” ha sido siempre un distintivo de la civilización china. En 2018, China incorporó en su Constitución el concepto de la civilización ecológica y aceleró las medidas a favor de la conservación del medio ambiente y la inversión en....

Genetics Suggest Our Human Ancestors Very Nearly Went Extinct 900,000 Years Ago

2023-08-31T20:35+0200smithsonianmag (en)

The core formula of a new study in Science that suggests our ancestors may have survived a bottleneck 900,000 years ago Shanghai Institute of Nutrition and Health of the Chinese Academy of Sciences For 75 years the Doomsday Clock has been a powerful metaphor, representing how close humanity is to extinction from threats like nuclear weapons.

China’s eco farmers innovate to cope with extreme weather

2023-08-31T18:08+0200chinadialogue (en)

Guo Tao comes from a long line of beekeepers. His maternal great-grandparents began beekeeping in Beijing in 1940, and Guo is the fourth generation of his family to work in the trade. He thinks that, for beekeepers to create a more suitable environment in which bees can multiply, their work must be dictated by the laws of nature.

Hicks Defines Need to Focus DOD on Climate Change Threats

2023-08-31T11:12+0200globalsecurity (en)

August 30, 2023 By Jim Garamone , DOD News Hicks Defines Need to Focus DOD on Climate Change Threats. As Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks spoke to West Point cadets today about climate change and the military, the Category 3 Hurricane Idalia slammed ashore in Florida.

Ciudades del sur de China suspenden clases y trenes ante próxima llegada del tifón Saola

2023-08-31T10:23+0200infobae (es)

Pekín, 31 ago (EFE).- Varias ciudades de la provincia meridional china de Cantón retrasaron este jueves el inicio del nuevo semestre escolar y suspendieron temporalmente el tráfico ferroviario ante la proximidad del tifón Saola. El comienzo de las clases en escuelas primarias, secundarias y jardines....

Warning to people who eat bread as 'disease is already sweeping farms'

2023-08-31T08:58+0200bristolpost (en)

could disappear due to Wheat crops struggle when the weather gets too hot and yields are already being slashed because of unprecedented droughts, say scientists. The likelihood of extreme temperatures has increased significantly in grain-producing regions, the study shows.

Thai rice exports rise nearly 12% this year -ministry

2023-08-31T08:13+02004-traders (en)

* Thailand exported 5.29 mln tons so far this year. * Maintains export target of 8 mln tons for 2023. * Droughts could impact production next year. BANGKOK, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Thailand's rice exports from Jan 1.to Aug. 29 climbed 11.91% from the same period a year earlier to 5.29 million metric tons, the commerce ministry said on Thursday.

Australia news LIVE: October 14 confirmed as Voice referendum date; Reversing one decision could push down Australian airfare prices

2023-08-30T23:03+0200watoday (en)

Talks between Australia and the EU on a trade deal will resume on Thursday after both sides failed to reach an agreement last month. Trade Minister Don Farrell and EU’s Trade Commissioner Valdis Dombrovskis will resume discussions via video link after having agreed to reconvene in August following....

Hicks Defines Need to Focus DOD on Climate Change Threats

2023-08-30T22:10+0200defense (en)

The storm is just the latest in environmental impacts caused by climate change. Hicks pointed to the firestorm in Maui, floods in Pakistan, droughts in Africa and heat domes in the United States and Europe as other examples of this. Hicks spoke to the Sustainable Infrastructure, Resilience and Climate Consortium at the U.

Al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos por fuertes lluvias en China

2023-08-30T21:25+0200noticierovenevision (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

The Faustian Bargain of Reducing Air Pollution

2023-08-30T20:16+0200nytimes (en)

This summer of extremes has been a summer of mystery, debate and even some confusion for climate scientists, who’ve been watching the news with the rest of us and asking, What, exactly, is going on? Is it just baseline global warming, trending upward, that explains the extreme temperatures on land....

Al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos por fuertes lluvias en el centro de China

2023-08-30T20:05+0200diario-expreso (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang , situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan , informa este miércoles 30 de agosto el diario oficial China Daily.

Navigating The Global Food Crisis

2023-08-30T17:08+0200mfame (en)

Credit; Aaron Favila/ AP Photo. The world faces an alarming confluence of factors – from climate-related disruptions to geopolitical tensions – that are fueling a mounting food crisis. India’s recent ban on non-basmati white rice exports and export restrictions by other countries highlight the fragility of global food supply chains.

Lluvias dejan 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T16:06+0200eluniversal (es)

Caracas.- Al menos cuatro personas murieron y 48 se encuentran desaparecidas por unas tormentas que afectaron el sudoeste de China a principios de la semana pasada, informó este miércoles (30.08.2023) el medio estatal CCTV. Las precipitaciones se produjeron el 21 de agosto en el condado montañoso de....

Al menos cuatro muertos por las fuertes lluvias en China

2023-08-30T15:41+0200elaragueno (es)

Al menos cuatro personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona....

Al menos cuatro muertos por las fuertes lluvias en China

2023-08-30T15:17+0200elsiglo (es)

Al menos cuatro muertos y otras 48 personas continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el pasado día....

Lluvias torrenciales dejan 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T14:26+0200eldeber (es)

Al menos cuatro personas murieron y 48 se encuentran desaparecidas por unas tormentas que afectaron el sudoeste de China a principios de la semana pasada, informó este miércoles (30.08.2023) el medio estatal CCTV. Las precipitaciones se produjeron el 21 de agosto en el condado montañoso de Jinyang,....

Al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos por fuertes lluvias en el centro de China

2023-08-30T13:47+0200noticiassin (es)

Shanghái (China). – Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily.

Durum wheat prices rise in Morocco due to falling production in Canada

2023-08-30T13:14+0200atalayar (en)

Climate change is beginning to seriously affect international agricultural production. According to a press release by Abdul Qadir Al-Alawi, president of the National Federation of Moroccan Mills , the price of durum wheat (used to extract semolina flour, which is used to make pasta products and couscous) has risen sharply in recent months.

Al menos cuatro personas han muerto y 48 han desaparecido tras las lluvias torrenciales en China

2023-08-30T12:12+0200eldebate (es)

Al menos cuatro personas han fallecido y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa este miércoles el diario oficial China Daily .

New devastating report on air pollution

2023-08-30T11:37+0200kiratas (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.

Las lluvias dejan 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China – – 30/08/2023

2023-08-30T11:10+0200esdelatino-com (es)

Al menos cuatro personas murieron y 48 están desaparecidas debido a las tormentas que afectaron el suroeste de China a principios de la semana pasada, informó el miércoles (30.08.2023) el medio estatal CCTV. La lluvia se produjo el 21 de agosto en el condado montañoso de Jinyang, en la provincia de....

Lluvias dejan 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T10:02+0200deutschewelle-es (es)

Al menos cuatro personas murieron y 48 se encuentran desaparecidas por unas tormentas que afectaron el sudoeste de China a principios de la semana pasada, informó este miércoles (30.08.2023) el medio estatal CCTV. Las precipitaciones se produjeron el 21 de agosto en el condado montañoso de Jinyang,....

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2023-08-30T08:57+0200epe (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

Las lluvias torrenciales dejan al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T08:35+0200lanuevaespana (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

Las lluvias torrenciales dejan al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T08:10+0200diarioCordoba (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

Al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos por fuertes lluvias en el centro de China

2023-08-30T08:09+0200infobae (es)

Shanghái (China), 30 ago (EFE).- Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily.

Las lluvias torrenciales dejan al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T08:09+0200diarioInformacion (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

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2023-08-30T08:08+0200eldia (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

Las lluvias torrenciales dejan al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T08:07+0200FaroDeVigo (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

Las lluvias torrenciales dejan al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T08:06+0200laopiniondemurcia (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

Las lluvias torrenciales dejan al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T08:06+0200laopiniondezamora (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

Las lluvias torrenciales dejan al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T08:05+0200levante-emv (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

Las lluvias torrenciales dejan al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T08:05+0200laprovincia (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

Las lluvias torrenciales dejan al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T08:04+0200DiarioDeMallorca (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

Las lluvias torrenciales dejan al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T08:03+0200diariodeibiza (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

Las lluvias torrenciales dejan al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T08:02+0200elperiodico (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

Las lluvias torrenciales dejan al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T08:02+0200elperiodicoextremadura (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

Las lluvias torrenciales dejan al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T08:02+0200elperiodicodearagon (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

Las lluvias torrenciales dejan al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T08:02+0200laopiniondemalaga (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

Las lluvias torrenciales dejan al menos 4 muertos y 48 desaparecidos en China

2023-08-30T08:01+0200laopinioncoruna (es)

Al menos 4 personas fallecieron y otras 48 continúan desaparecidas tras las fuertes lluvias registradas la semana pasada en el condado de Jinyang, situado en la provincia central china de Sichuan, informa hoy el diario oficial China Daily. A pesar de que las tormentas llegaron a la citada zona el....

The Latest Data Confirms: Forest Fires Are Getting Worse

2023-08-30T02:58+0200reliefWeb (en)

By James MacCarthy, Jessica Richter, Sasha Tyukavina, Mikaela Weisse and Nancy Harris. The latest data on forest fires confirms what we’ve long feared: Forest fires are becoming more widespread, burning nearly twice as much tree cover today as they did 20 years ago.

China activa segundo nivel de alerta meteorológica más elevado en noreste del país

2023-08-29T15:34+0200eluniversal (es)

Caracas.- Las autoridades de la provincia de Jilin, en el noreste de China, emitieron este martes una alerta naranja por posibles torrentes de montaña en la región tras las constantes lluvias de los últimos días. Se espera que varias áreas en la prefectura autónoma coreana de Yanbian y la ciudad de....

China activa segundo nivel de alerta meteorológica más elevado en noreste del país

2023-08-29T15:23+0200globovision (es)

Las autoridades de la provincia de Jilin, en el noreste de China, emitieron este martes una alerta naranja por posibles torrentes de montaña en la región tras las constantes lluvias de los últimos días. Se espera que varias áreas en la prefectura autónoma coreana de Yanbian y la ciudad de Hunchun se....

China activa segundo nivel de alerta meteorológica más elevado en noreste del país

2023-08-29T13:18+0200elnuevodiario-DO (es)

EL NUEVO DIARIO, PEKÍN.- Las autoridades de la provincia de Jilin, en el noreste de China, emitieron este martes una alerta naranja por posibles torrentes de montaña en la región tras las constantes lluvias de los últimos días. Se espera que varias áreas en la prefectura autónoma coreana de Yanbian....

China activa segundo nivel de alerta meteorológica más elevado en noreste del país

2023-08-29T12:08+0200infobae (es)

Pekín, 29 ago (EFE).- Las autoridades de la provincia de Jilin, en el noreste de China, emitieron este martes una alerta naranja por posibles torrentes de montaña en la región tras las constantes lluvias de los últimos días. Se espera que varias áreas en la prefectura autónoma coreana de Yanbian y....

China activa alerta meteorológica más elevada en noreste del país

2023-08-29T12:01+0200unionradio (es)

PEKÍN.- Las autoridades de la provincia de Jilin, en el noreste de China, emitieron este martes una alerta naranja por posibles torrentes de montaña en la región tras las constantes lluvias de los últimos días. Se espera que varias áreas en la prefectura autónoma coreana de Yanbian y la ciudad de....

EE UU y China deben luchar contra la crisis climática, no entre ellos

2023-08-29T06:32+0200elpais (es)

El cambio climático es una crisis global y ningún país solo puede resolverlo. Si Estados Unidos, China, y otros países industrializados no se unen para reducir drásticamente las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero , el mundo que dejaremos a nuestros hijos, hijas, y a las generaciones futuras será cada vez más insalubre e inhabitable.

Lluvias torrenciales causan la evacuación de más de 3 mil personas en China

2023-08-28T17:12+0200elsiglodetorreon (es)

Más de 3 mil personas han sido evacuadas en la provincia de Hunan, en el centro de China, tras las fuertes lluvias que han provocado inundaciones en el noroeste de la región. Las lluvias torrenciales que han azotado la provincia de Hunan desde el sábado han causado daños materiales y han obligado a....

Unas fuertes lluvias provocan la evacuación de más de 3.000 personas en el centro de China

2023-08-28T16:33+0200n-com-do (es)

Más de 3.000 personas han sido evacuadas en la provincia de Hunan, en el centro de China, tras las fuertes lluvias que han provocado inundaciones en el noroeste de la región. Las lluvias torrenciales que han azotado la provincia de Hunan desde el sábado han causado daños materiales y han obligado a....

Panoramica Dpa-AFX: SOCIETÀ - Le notizie più importanti del fine settimana

2023-08-28T02:21+0200marketscreener (it)

Circoli: Boeing riavvia le consegne di 737 Max alla Cina. ARLINGTON - A più di quattro anni dall'incidente mortale di due jet a medio raggio 737 Max, il costruttore statunitense di aerei Boeing è pronto a riavviare le consegne alla Cina, secondo quanto affermano gli addetti ai lavori.

Polémica por las ciudades esponja: China no pasó la prueba de las lluvias extremas

2023-08-26T22:32+0200tiempo-es (es)

Las recientes inundaciones catastróficas en Beijing ponen a prueba la efectividad de las “ciudades esponja” y abren el debate: ¿realmente serán capaces de reducir los impactos del cambio climático? La semana pasada 33 personasmurieron en China por las inundaciones. Meteored Argentina 26/08/2023 20:00 7 min.

US warns military takeovers in Africa’s Sahel hamper fight against terrorism in the volatile region

2023-08-26T03:26+0200arabnews (en)

UNITED NATIONS: The United States warned Friday that the string of military takeovers in Africa’s Sahel region will hamper the fight against terrorism and demanded that Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers deny safe haven to terrorist groups including Al-Qaeda and the Daesh.

Efemérides de hoy: ¿Qué pasó un 25 de agosto en el mundo?

2023-08-25T17:37+0200vanguardia-CO (es)

En Vanguardia le contamos las efemérides más relevantes del 25 de agosto y le desvelamos qué se celebra, quién nació y quién murió en este día. 1580.- Tropas españolas capitaneadas por el duque de Alba derrotan a las portuguesas cerca de Lisboa, en la Batalla de Alcántara. El reino de Portugal pasa a ser de Felipe II.

Efemérides del 25 de agosto: ¿Qué pasó en el mundo un día como hoy?

2023-08-25T07:04+0200ElComercio (es)

El 25 de agosto de 1825, Uruguay proclama su independencia del imperio brasileño y su incorporación a las Provincias Unidas del Río de la Plata. OTRAS EFEMÉRIDES: 1580.- Tropas españolas capitaneadas por el duque de Alba derrotan a las portuguesas cerca de Lisboa , en la Batalla de Alcántara . El reino de Portugal pasa a ser de Felipe II 1825.

Bushfires focus public attention on climate change for months, but it's different for storms and floods

2023-08-24T19:39+0200phys (en)

As the world warms and the climate changes, people are experiencing more frequent and intense extreme weather events. Just this year, heat waves blasted southern Europe, the United States and China; wildfires lit up Greece, Canada and Maui in Hawaii; and on climate change.

MIL-Evening Report: Bushfires focus public attention on climate change for months, but it’s different for storms and floods

2023-08-24T09:49+0200foreignaffairs-nz (en)

As the world warms and the climate changes, people are experiencing more frequent and intense extreme weather events. Just this year, heatwaves blasted southern Europe , the United States and China; wildfires lit up Greece, Canada and Our new research explores the connection between extreme weather....

Bushfires focus public attention on climate change for months, but it’s different for storms and floods

2023-08-24T09:45+0200johansen (en)

Date: 2023-08-24 07:30 Author: Christopher Crellin, PhD Student / FNRS Aspirant, Université catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain) Original article: https://theconversation.com/bushfires-focus-public-attention-on-climate-change-for-months-but-its-different-for-storms-and-floods-212096 As the world warms....

China’s rainfall is in the wrong place for hydropower

2023-08-23T15:16+0200hellenicshippingnews (en)

Typhoon Doksuri brought some of the heaviest rain on record to northern China at the end of July and the start of August, causing severe flooding in the province of Hebei and low-lying cities around Beijing. But in southern China, which accounts for most of the country’s total hydroelectric....

Finding Climate Havens

2023-08-23T12:41+0200nytimes (en)

This year’s heat can seem relentless, and appears to be only the beginning of a lifetime of hotter summers. It’s even hot in the oceans . And then there are the wildfires, droughts and floods, which have recently hit the seeming paradises of Hawaii and California.

What would happen if all the ice on Earth melted?

2023-08-23T12:11+0200yourweather (en)

The melting of the ice is accelerating each year on a planetary scale, but what would be the consequences on a global level if these were to disappear completely? Glaciers and sea ice are melting a little more each year on a global scale, and these could well disappear almost entirely in the near future.

China's rainfall is in the wrong place for hydropower: Kemp

2023-08-23T03:05+02004-traders (en)

LONDON, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Typhoon Doksuri brought some of the heaviest rain on record to northern China at the end of July and the start of August, causing severe flooding in the province of Hebei and low-lying cities around Beijing. But in southern China, which accounts for most of the country's....

Flood Control and Drought Relief: Updates and Measures for Key Areas in China

2023-08-19T13:09+0200archyde (en)

2023-08-19 07:53:30. China News Service, Beijing, August 19th (Reporter Chen Su) On the 19th, the State Defense General Office and the Emergency Management Department organized a special video conference on flood control and drought relief, and jointly discussed and judged the rain with the China....

South Korea and Taiwan support for Maui relief effort

2023-08-19T12:22+0200HonululuAdvertiser (en)

As Hawaii continues to grapple with the devastation of the deadliest U.S. wildfire in more than a century, international aid is beginning to roll into the islands to support relief efforts on Maui after flames destroyed the historic town of Lahaina. On Monday, the South Korean government announced....

Water, Vol. 15, Pages 2992: Changes of Hydrological Extremes in the Center of Eastern Europe and Their Plausible Causes

2023-08-19T10:59+0200mdpi (en)

Regional studies of precipitation changes over Europe show that its eastern part is characterized by small changes in annual precipitation and insignificant aridity trends compared to central and southern Europe. However, a frequency analysis over the past 30 years showed statistically significant....

The Truth Behind Hawaii Fires: Debunking Conspiracy Theories and Investigating the Causes

2023-08-19T02:53+0200archyde (en)

2023-08-18 22:05:24. It is false that the fires in Hawaii were started by “direct energy weapons” or lasers, as some accounts on social networks claim. Authorities are still investigating the causes of the event. The social network X (formerly Twitter) circulates messages that ensure that the fires....

Forests, Vol. 14, Pages 1679: Remote Sensing Identification and the Spatiotemporal Variation of Drought Characteristics in Inner Mongolia, China

2023-08-18T15:57+0200mdpi (en)

In the context of global warming, timely and accurate drought monitoring is of great importance to ensure regional ecological security and guide agricultural production. This study established the Drought Severity Index (DSI), based on the potential evapotranspiration (PET), evapotranspiration (ET)....

Already in midst of dire climate crises, US faces prospect of worsening disasters

2023-08-18T14:35+0200TheFrontierPost-en (en)

The climate change-induced disasters are only slated to accelerate, Zong-Liang Yang, a professor at the University of Texas at Austin’s Jackson School of Geosciences told Anadolu. “We are entering a stage from global warming to global boiling,” Yang said, echoing a warning from UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

Already in midst of dire climate crises, US faces prospect of worsening disasters

2023-08-18T13:20+0200aa-en (en)

HOUSTON, United States. This year has seen wave after wave of extreme weather batter the US from mass flooding in drought-stricken California to record-shattering heatwaves in the Southwest, and wildfires in Hawaii that have produced death tolls not seen in over a century.

Floods, fires hit farmers in east Canada

2023-08-18T11:48+0200bdnews24 (en)

Nova Scotia has long been seen as a relative climate haven in Canada, yet farmers in the Atlantic province have faced a series of debilitating hardships recently as extreme weather escalates. Storms, floods, a cold snap and record wildfires have all battered the eastern province over the last 12....

Already In Midst Of Dire Climate Crises, US Faces Prospect Of Worsening Disasters

2023-08-18T11:36+0200haberler-en (en)

This year has seen wave after wave of extreme weather batter the US – from mass flooding in drought-stricken California to record-shattering heatwaves in the Southwest, and wildfires in Hawaii that have produced death tolls not seen in over a century.

25 countries face extreme water crisis, situation expected to worsen

2023-08-18T11:00+0200ibtimes-uk (en)

Somalia and its neighbours in the Horn of Africa including Ethiopia and Kenya have been suffering the worst drought in four decades. Hassan Ali ELMI/AFP. A report published by the World Resources Institute (WRI) on Tuesday claimed that as many as 25 countries are facing an unparalleled water....

Floods and wildfires hit farmers in eastern Canada

2023-08-18T10:44+0200portstephensexaminer (en)

Storms, floods, a cold snap and record wildfires have all battered the eastern province in the past 12 months, devastating crops, harming animals, and leaving farmers such as Matthew Roy increasingly concerned about what could come next. For many farmers such as Roy, Nova Scotia has been an....

Floods and wildfires hit farmers in eastern Canada

2023-08-18T10:40+0200newcastleherald (en)

Storms, floods, a cold snap and record wildfires have all battered the eastern province in the past 12 months, devastating crops, harming animals, and leaving farmers such as Matthew Roy increasingly concerned about what could come next. For many farmers such as Roy, Nova Scotia has been an....

The flow of water from rivers in the northwest region will continue to be low until the end of August, and the drought situation may continue to develop

2023-08-18T04:38+0200tellerreport (en)

2023-08-18T02:38:00.462Z. Highlights: Since June this year, the cumulative rainfall in most of northwest China has been 6~2% less than the same period of the year. As of August 8, 17,1 people and 05,57 large livestock were unable to drink water due to drought, mainly in Inner Mongolia, Gansu,....

Summer heat wave tracker: July was the hottest month ever recorded, by a lot

2023-08-18T01:03+0200insider-com (en)

. Extreme heat is becoming more frequent, severe, and long-lasting, with less overnight relief as nighttime temperatures also rise. It's now common for multiple disastrous heat waves to batter different parts of the planet at the same time, fueling droughts and wildfires.

Commentary: From freezing -53°C to scorching 52°C, how can China adapt to a new normal

2023-08-18T00:07+0200channelnewsasia (en)

GLASGOW: China, like many other countries, has faced several extreme weather events this year. From droughts to floods and bone-chilling cold spells to searing heatwaves, the nation has been grappling with the far-reaching impacts of climate change. In January, temperatures in Mohe - known as....

NW China ups emergency response for drought

2023-08-17T03:29+0200peopledaily (en)

Riverbed is died up and exposed along the Lijiang River due to severe drought in Guilin, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Nov. 10, 2022. Photo: China News Service. Days after northern China emerged from flood, four provincial regions in the northwestern part of the country are facing....

Japón se enfrenta a poderosas precipitaciones e inundaciones hace más de 48 horas

2023-08-16T23:38+0200semana (es)

La sociedad nipona, acostumbrada al verano por el que debería estar pasando en agosto, se ha visto damnificada por potentes lluvias torrenciales ocasionadas por el tifón Lan, el cual ha afectado considerablemente las zonas central y occidental del país, causado lesiones moderadas en 49 personas, confirmó TRT.

NW China ups emergency response for drought

2023-08-16T16:42+0200globaltimes (en)

Riverbed is died up and exposed along the Lijiang River due to severe drought in Guilin, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Nov. 10, 2022. Photo: China News Service Days after northern China emerged from flood, four provincial regions in the northwestern part of the country are facing a....

Severe drought in Panama impacts global commerce as climate change worsens

2023-08-15T22:16+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

Drought has impacted the water supplies in the Panama Canal, an important transit route for the global shipping industry. Based on the latest reports, the Panama severe drought is affecting global commerce as climate change worsens, triggered by this year's El Nino weather phenomenon.

Severe Drought in Panama Impacts Global Commerce as Climate Change Worsens

2023-08-15T21:54+0200natureworldnews (en)

Drought has impacted the water supplies in the Panama Canal, an important transit route for the global shipping industry. Based on the latest reports, the Panama severe drought is affecting global commerce as climate change worsens, triggered by this year's El Nino weather phenomenon.

China stresses need to prevent, control floods, droughts

2023-08-15T18:06+0200urdupoint (en)

Chinese authorities on Monday held a video conference to discuss the country's rain, flooding, drought and geological disaster situations.? The meeting was co-organized by the office of the State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters and the Ministry of Emergency Management, and was joined....

France wildfires rip through homes and campsite as thousands of tourists flee

2023-08-15T13:29+0200themirror (en)

Thousands of tourists have been evacuated from a holiday hotspot after ferocious wildfires destroyed homes and campsites. At least 3,000 tourists have fled after the blaze ripped through 500 hectares of land in an area of close to the Spanish border that has been sweltering for months.

Helping children in Tonga COPE with natural hazards and disasters

2023-08-15T12:23+0200sprep (en)

15 August 2023, Nadi, Fiji - The Kingdom of Tonga makes up the 35 countries and over three million children that have access to the COPE disaster book series targeted at increasing their disaster resilience. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO), serving as scientific advisor for the COPE....

China stresses need to prevent, control floods, droughts

2023-08-15T10:27+0200cgtn (en)

Chinese authorities on Monday held a video conference to discuss the country's rain, flooding, drought and geological disaster situations. The meeting was co-organized by the office of the State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters and the Ministry of Emergency Management, and was joined by....

China stresses need to prevent, control floods, droughts

2023-08-15T10:12+0200gov-cn-en (en)

BEIJING -- Chinese authorities on Monday held a video conference to discuss the country's rain, flooding, drought and geological disaster situations. The meeting was co-organized by the office of the State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters and the Ministry of Emergency Management, and....

China stresses need to prevent, control floods, droughts

2023-08-15T09:18+0200cctv-en (en)

Volunteers check on an embankment along a river in Shaoqidi Village of Huanghuadian Town, Wuqing District of Tianjin Municipality, north China, Aug. 1, 2023. (Xinhua/Sun Fanyue) BEIJING, Aug. 14 (Xinhua) -- Chinese authorities on Monday held a video conference to discuss the country's rain, flooding, drought and geological disaster situations.

Arde el paraíso

2023-08-15T08:07+0200laprensa (es)

Los incendios forestales en la isla hawaiana de Maui habían dejado el jueves 10 de agosto por la noche no menos de 55 muertos. El devastador fuego en la comunidad turística de Lahaina, en la paradisíaca Maui, se había contenido hasta en un 80 por ciento, pero el centro de la histórica villa estaba destruido.

Helping Children In Tonga COPE With Natural Hazards And Disasters

2023-08-15T06:17+0200reliefWeb (en)

15 August 2023, Nadi, Fiji - The Kingdom of Tonga makes up the 35 countries and over three million children that have access to the COPE disaster book series targeted at increasing their disaster resilience. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO), serving as scientific advisor for the COPE....

China stresses need to prevent, control floods, droughts

2023-08-15T05:29+0200chinadaily (en)

Rescuers work at the site of the mud slide in Weiziping village of Luanzhen township on the outskirts of Chang'an district, Xi'an of Northwest China's Shaanxi province. Aug 12, 2023. [Photo/Xinhua] BEIJING -- Chinese authorities on Monday held a video conference to discuss the country's rain, flooding, drought and geological disaster situations.

La era de ebullición global: ¿a la vuelta de la esquina o ya está aquí?

2023-08-15T05:27+0200elpais-cr (es)

Moscú, 14 ago (Sputnik).- El pasado mes de julio se convirtió en el más caluroso registrado en la Tierra, superando en 0,33 grados Celsius el récord anterior de julio de 2019. Los científicos europeos alertan que este récord puede tener consecuencias nefastas tanto para las personas como para un....

China stresses need to prevent, control floods, droughts

2023-08-15T02:25+0200peopledaily (en)

Volunteers check on an embankment along a river in Shaoqidi Village of Huanghuadian Town, Wuqing District of Tianjin Municipality, north China, Aug. 1, 2023. (Xinhua/Sun Fanyue) BEIJING, Aug. 14 (Xinhua) -- Chinese authorities on Monday held a video conference to discuss the country's rain, flooding, drought and geological disaster situations.

China stresses need to prevent, control floods, droughts

2023-08-14T23:34+0200english-news-cn (en)

BEIJING, Aug. 14 (Xinhua) -- Chinese authorities on Monday held a video conference to discuss the country's rain, flooding, drought and geological disaster situations.↳ The meeting was co-organized by the office of the State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters and the Ministry of Emergency....

China stresses need to prevent, control floods, droughts

2023-08-14T18:19+0200xinhuanet-english (en)

Volunteers check on an embankment along a river in Shaoqidi Village of Huanghuadian Town, Wuqing District of Tianjin Municipality, north China, Aug. 1, 2023. (Xinhua/Sun Fanyue) BEIJING, Aug. 14 (Xinhua) -- Chinese authorities on Monday held a video conference to discuss the country's rain, flooding, drought and geological disaster situations.

China stresses need to prevent, control floods, droughts

2023-08-14T18:07+0200china.org.cn (en)

BEIJING, Aug. 14 (Xinhua) -- Chinese authorities on Monday held a video conference to discuss the country's rain, flooding, drought and geological disaster situations.↳ The meeting was co-organized by the office of the State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters and the Ministry of Emergency....

More severe wet and dry extremes as rapid warming of climate continues

2023-08-14T10:28+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

The UK weather has recently been characterised by large swings between wet and dry periods, with heatwave and drought in summer 2022 followed by a series of very wet conditions with localised flooding, then very dry periods with water deficits in some regions and heightened wildfire risk (see for....

Climate, Vol. 11, Pages 171: Generation Z Worries, Suffers and Acts against Climate Crisis—The Potential of Sensing Children’s and Young People’s Eco-Anxiety: A Critical Analysis Based on an Integrative Review

2023-08-14T07:47+0200mdpi (en)

The adverse and severe impacts of climate-induced natural hazards, which are expected to be aggravated by climate change, are forming a wider outline of the environmental crisis, being a source of negative emotions for human societies. Children and young people, in particular, are one of the most vulnerable social groups to this distress.

Asciende a 21 el número de personas muertos en un corrimiento de tierra en la ciudad china de Xi'an

2023-08-14T05:24+0200infobae (es)

Pekín, 14 ago (EFE).- Al menos 21 personas murieron y 6 se encuentran desaparecidas después de que se registrase un deslizamiento de tierra en el término municipal de la ciudad noroccidental china de Xi'an, según el último parte de las autoridades, publicado anoche por la agencia oficial Xinhua.

La parábola del puente partido que te explica el dilema del mayor contaminante del mundo

2023-08-14T05:03+0200elconfidencial (es)

El 2 de agosto, desde el tren que va de Xi’an a Pekín se ve aún el puente de Xiaoqinghe partido en dos. Las lluvias se lo llevaron por delante. Era una estructura moderna que no aguantó el torrente de agua provocado dos días antes por el tifón Doksuri .

Una frana si abbatte sulle case: diversi morti e dispersi

2023-08-13T15:38+0200citynews (it)

La Cina, ancora una volta, è stata colpita da fenomeni atmosferici. Il maltempo ha causato 21 vittime nello Shaanxi, nella zona settentrionale del Paese, a causa di una frana innescata da forti piogge. Il bilancio, fornito dai media locali, è provvisorio e si tema che possa salire nelle prossime ore.

Una frana si abbatte sulle case: diversi morti e dispersi

2023-08-13T15:32+0200europa-today (it)

La Cina, ancora una volta, è stata colpita da fenomeni atmosferici. Il maltempo ha causato 21 vittime nello Shaanxi, nella zona settentrionale del Paese, a causa di una frana innescata da forti piogge. Il bilancio, fornito dai media locali, è provvisorio e si tema che possa salire nelle prossime ore.

China mudslide death toll rises to 21, with six missing

2023-08-13T14:44+0200archyde (en)

2023-08-13 12:28:02 BEIJING (AP) — The death toll from a mudslide triggered by downpours outside the western Chinese city of Xi’an rose to 21 on Sunday and rescuers were still searching for six missing, according to the government. The mudslide and flash flood on Friday afternoon also damaged a....

Forti piogge e inondazioni in Cina: decine di migliaia di evacuati, 2 morti e 16 dispersi a causa nell’Ovest

2023-08-12T17:16+0200meteoweb (it)

Nel sud-ovest della Cina , in seguito alle forti piogge che hanno causato frane e crolli, decine di migliaia di persone sono state evacuate dalle loro abitazioni. Come hanno riferito i media statali, due persone sono morte e 16 risultano disperse a causa di una frana registrata nell’ovest del Paese.

Earth on the Brink: New Climate Projections Detail Future Risks for Many People Worldwide

2023-08-12T13:00+0200scitechdaily (en)

A recent study, built to enable local action, highlights the severe climate impacts resulting from a 2°C temperature rise. This summer, the headlines have been dominated with reports of extreme weather: from raging wildfires in Canada to perilous floods in India, Japan, and the Eastern US; intense....

Alud de lodo mata a 2 mientras las lluvias de Khanun cancelan trenes en el noreste

2023-08-12T08:45+0200esdelatino-com (es)

BEIJING (AP) — Un deslizamiento de tierra provocado por lluvias torrenciales mató al menos a dos personas en las afueras de Xi’an, en el oeste de China, informó el sábado la agencia oficial de noticias china, mientras que algunos trenes fueron cancelados en el noreste. debido a la poderosa tormenta que azotó la región.

China: Deslave deja 2 muertos y lluvias de Khanun cancelan trenes en el noreste

2023-08-12T08:11+0200elnuevoherald (es)

BEIJING. Un deslave causado por las lluvias torrenciales mató a al menos dos personas a las afueras de Xi’an, en el oeste de China, reportó la agencia noticiosa oficial china el sábado, mientras que algunos trenes fueron cancelados en el noreste debido a la potente tormenta que azotó la región.

China: Deslave deja 2 muertos y lluvias de Khanun cancelan trenes en el noreste

2023-08-12T08:06+0200sandiegouniontribune (es)

BEIJING — Un deslave causado por las lluvias torrenciales mató a al menos dos personas a las afueras de Xi’an, en el oeste de China, reportó la agencia noticiosa oficial china el sábado, mientras que algunos trenes fueron cancelados en el noreste debido a la potente tormenta que azotó la región.

The Death Toll from Land Fires in Hawaii Increases to 67 People

2023-08-12T07:11+0200kompas-id (en)

The following article was translated using both Microsoft Azure Open AI and Google Translation AI. AP PHOTO/RICK BOWMER. A motorcyclist looks at burning houses and buildings in Lahaina, Hawaii, Friday (11/8/2023). The local government is currently reviewing the early warning system which was deemed....

Study Finds Extreme Weather Events Will Worsen as Planet Warms

2023-08-11T16:28+0200azocleantech (en)

Extreme weather events have dominated the news this summer, with reports on extensive wildfires in Canada; dangerous flooding in India, Japan, and the Eastern US; severe heat waves in Spain, China, the United States, and Mexico; and the hottest day ever recorded on Earth.

China registra 29 muertos y 16 desaparecidos tras el paso del tifón 'Doksuri' en el norte del país

2023-08-11T05:45+0200eldebate (es)

Un total de 29 personas perdieron la vida y 16 permanecían desaparecidas hasta este jueves a causa de las lluvias que asolaron la provincia norteña china de Hebei en las últimas semanas, informaron hoy las autoridades provinciales, citadas por la cadena estatal CCTV.

Climate projections detail future risks for many people worldwide

2023-08-10T21:30+0200phys (en)

Extreme weather events have dominated the news this summer, with reports on extensive wildfires in Canada; dangerous flooding in India, Japan, and the Eastern U.S.; severe heat waves in Spain, China, the United States, and Mexico; and the hottest day ever recorded on Earth.

Chinese farmers hit by floods and drought say extreme weather is getting worse

2023-08-10T13:12+0200azertag (en)

Baku, August 10, AZERTAC First, temperatures soared for weeks on end, baking the Chinese capital in triple-digit heat. A month later, flooding from Beijing's worst storm in 140 years killed at least 20 people in and around the city, NBC news reported. Summer in China so far has been a season of....

Más de 374.000 afectados y 187.000 desplazados por las inundaciones en el noreste de China

2023-08-10T06:06+0200infobae (es)

Pekín, 10 ago (EFE).- Las recientes lluvias provocadas por tifones provocaron fuertes inundaciones en las regiones del norte de China, afectando a más de 374.000 personas y obligando a desplazar a más de 187.000 hacia lugares seguros en la provincia de Heilongjiang.

Más de 374.000 afectados y 187.000 desplazados por inundaciones en noreste de China

2023-08-10T04:50+0200infobae (es)

Pekín, 10 ago (EFE).- Las recientes lluvias provocadas por tifones provocaron fuertes inundaciones en las regiones del norte de China, afectando a más de 374.000 personas y obligando a desplazar a más de 187.000 hacia lugares seguros en la provincia de Heilongjiang.

Record Heat Warning As Forest Fires Rage In Spain And Portugal

2023-08-09T19:27+0200menafn (en)

- The Peninsula) AFP. Madrid: Temperatures are expected to hit 44 degrees Centigrade (111 Fahrenheit) in Spain and Portugal on Wednesday as the two countries boil under their third heatwave of the summer. With huge forest fires raging across southern Portugal for the fifth successive day, Spain's....

Sanders aims to convince Fox News readers climate action ‘is a moral responsibility’

2023-08-09T17:49+0200nationofchange (en)

"If this is what you believe I would respectfully disagree and I would urge you to get on the phone and call friends and family around the country to hear about what their communities are experiencing." U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders , a Vermont Independent who caucuses with the Democrats and even sought....

Asciende a 33 el número de fallecidos por las lluvias que asolaron Pekín la semana pasada

2023-08-09T17:44+0200diariolibre (es)

Las lluvias torrenciales que asolaron el norte de China la semana pasada dejaron un total de 33 fallecidos en Pekín, mientras que 18 personas siguen desaparecidas, según el último recuento de víctimas ofrecido hoy la prensa local. Los efectos del tifón Doksuri provocaron que Pekín y el norte del....

July hottest month on record: EU climate observatory

2023-08-09T16:15+0200terradaily (en)

July was the hottest month ever recorded on Earth, the European Union's climate observatory confirmed Tuesday, warning of dire consequences. Marked by heatwaves and fires all around the world, the previous month was 0.33 degrees Celsius higher than the record set in July 2019 when the average temperature was 16.

Aumentan a 33 los fallecidos por las lluvias que asolaron Pekín

2023-08-09T13:48+0200n-com-do (es)

Pekín, 9 ago (EFE).- Las lluvias torrenciales que asolaron el norte de China la semana pasada dejaron un total de 33 fallecidos en Pekín, mientras que 18 personas siguen desaparecidas, según el último recuento de víctimas ofrecido hoy la prensa local. Los efectos del tifón Doksuri provocaron que....

Sube a 33 el balance de muertos por tormentas recientes en Pekín

2023-08-09T12:01+0200semana (es)

La cifra de muertos en las recientes inundaciones en la capital china subió a 33, incluidos cinco rescatistas, y con un reporte de 18 desaparecidos, señalaron las autoridades este miércoles, mientras buena parte del norte del país seguía bajo amenazas de lluvias inusualmente fuertes.

Lluvias torrenciales causan decenas de muertes y devastan…

2023-08-09T11:54+0200lanetaneta (es)

BEIJING – Las lluvias torrenciales que asolaron el norte de China la semana pasada dejaron un total de 33 fallecidos en Beijing, mientras que 18 personas siguen desaparecidas, según el último recuento de víctimas ofrecido este miércoles a la prensa local.

Asciende a 33 el número de fallecidos por las lluvias que asolaron Pekín por el paso del tifón Doksuri

2023-08-09T11:35+0200lapatilla (es)

Vista de un puente dañado tras fuertes lluvias e inundaciones en el distrito de Fengtai, al oeste de Beijing, China, 03 de agosto de 2023. Beijing registró su mayor precipitación en 140 años provocada por el tifón Dosksuri que provocó inundaciones, evacuación de miles de personas y 21 muertos. EFE/MARK R.

Perché la Cina settentrionale è stata devastata dalle inondazioni?

2023-08-09T10:52+0200marketscreener (it)

Un bacino fluviale cinese dove vivono 110 milioni di persone è stato colpito dalle peggiori inondazioni dal 1963, nonostante i massicci sforzi di mitigazione, in particolare durante il governo di Mao Zedong, sopraffatti dall'impatto del riscaldamento globale e dalle infrastrutture obsolete.

Ascendió a 33 la cifra de muertos en Beijing tras el paso del tifón Doksuri

2023-08-09T10:01+0200infobae (es)

Las lluvias torrenciales que asolaron el norte de China la semana pasada dejaron un total de 33 muertos en Beijing , mientras que 18 personas siguen desaparecidas , según el último recuento de víctimas ofrecido este miércoles la prensa local. Los efectos del tifón Doksuri provocaron que Beijing y el....

Pechino: le inondazioni devastano la città

2023-08-09T09:40+0200periodicodaily (it)

Le inondazioni devastano Pechino. Le precipitazioni record nella capitale cinese hanno devastato le infrastrutture, distrutto migliaia di case e provocato almeno 33 morti. Condizioni meteorologiche estreme si sono verificate in tutta la Cina. Le inondazioni devastano Pechino Le recenti inondazioni....

Asciende a 33 el número de fallecidos por las lluvias que asolaron Pekín la semana pasada

2023-08-09T07:36+0200infobae (es)

Pekín, 9 ago (EFE).- Las lluvias torrenciales que asolaron el norte de China la semana pasada dejaron un total de 33 fallecidos en Pekín, mientras que 18 personas siguen desaparecidas, según el último recuento de víctimas ofrecido hoy la prensa local. Los efectos del tifón Doksuri provocaron que....

Time runs short in India's climate crisis

2023-08-09T01:33+0200BangkokPost (en)

'I have never seen climate carnage on the scale of the floods here in Pakistan. As our planet continues to warm, all countries will increasingly suffer losses and damage from climate beyond their capacity to adapt. This is a global crisis, it demands a global response," wrote UN Secretary General....

China's summer of extremes has farmers worried about crops the world needs

2023-08-08T10:54+0200nbcnews (en)

BEIJING — First, temperatures soared for weeks on end, baking the Chinese capital in triple-digit temperatures. A month later, flooding from Beijing's worst storm in 140 years killed at least 20 people in and around the city. Summer in China so far has been a season of extremes, with the country....

07.08.2023 The climate wrecking ball striking food supply Extreme weather events and our warming planet are primed to strike commodities and the food supply like never before. The recentglobal heat wave, deadly floods acrossChina's grain beltand wildfires that spanned severalcontinentshave put a....

2023-08-08T02:06+0200agroinsurance-en (en)

Extreme weather events and our warming planet are primed to strike commodities and the food supply like never before. Why it matters: The recent global heat wave, deadly floods across China's grain belt and wildfires that spanned several continents have put a spotlight on how climate change may wreak havoc on the world's most-consumed food crops.

07.08.2023 The climate wrecking ball striking food supply Extreme weather events and our warming planet are primed to strike commodities and the food supply like never before. The recentglobal heat wave, deadly floods acrossChina's grain beltand wildfires that spanned severalcontinentshave put a....

2023-08-08T01:56+0200agroinsurance (en)

Extreme weather events and our warming planet are primed to strike commodities and the food supply like never before. Why it matters: The recent global heat wave, deadly floods across China's grain belt and wildfires that spanned several continents have put a spotlight on how climate change may wreak havoc on the world's most-consumed food crops.

Deadly floods hit China’s major grain-producing region

2023-08-07T23:07+0200cnnphilippines (en)

On Sunday, China’s Ministry of Water Resources raised the emergency response for flooding to Level 3 for Jilin and Heilongjiang provinces – the third most urgent in a four-tier emergency response system. In Harbin, the provincial capital of Heilongjiang, more than 162,000 people were evacuated,....

Las inundaciones provocadas por el tifón Doksuri asolaron una ciudad de China

2023-08-07T18:42+0200monumental (es)

Por: Infobae. Los bomberos de una de las zonas más inundadas de China trataban este lunes de instalar sistemas de drenaje para socorrer a Zhuozhou, una de las ciudades más afectadas por el devastador el tifón Doksuri, que azotó amplias zonas del país desde la semana pasada.

Nearly 100 Wildfires Blazing Across Russia’s Republic of Sakha

2023-08-07T17:44+0200themoscowtimes (en)

Monday. The 98 wildfires have engulfed a combined area of 125,600 hectares (310,364 acres) of land roughly half the size of the country of Luxembourg, authorities said. Emergency officials added that they are “continuously monitoring the smoke” from the fires, as several settlements across the region were reported to be blanketed in smoke.

Asia typhoon damage: China grapples with huge economic damage

2023-08-07T17:11+0200france24-en (en)

Video by: Yuka ROYER Floods, heatwaves and droughts... Extreme weather conditions have affected millions of people around the world this summer. In Asia, the typhoon season is underway and has already caused significant economic damage in countries like China. Yuka Royer, from FRANCE 24's business desk, tells us more.

Deadly floods hit China’s major grain-producing region, fueling food security concerns

2023-08-07T15:47+0200egyptindependent (en)

On Sunday, China’s Ministry of Water Resources raised the emergency response for flooding to Level 3 for Jilin and Heilongjiang provinces – the third most urgent in a four-tier emergency response system. In Harbin, the provincial capital of Heilongjiang, more than 162,000 people were evacuated,....

Climate Change Impacts Increase In Asia

2023-08-07T15:07+0200menafn (en)

- AzerNews) Extreme weather and climate change impacts are increasing in Asia, which ricocheted between droughts and floods in 2022, ruining lives and destroying livelihoods, Azernews reports, citing Kabar. Melting ice and glaciers and rising sea levels threaten more socio-economic disruption in....

Explained | Here’s how Asia fared in 2022 in terms of climate and extreme events

2023-08-07T13:26+0200thehindu (en)

The story so far: Drought, floods, and high temperatures were the critical disasters that plagued Asiain 2022, causing extensive damage to life and property. In its 2022 State of the Climate in Asia report, the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) summarised extreme climate events taking place in Asia last year, and their socioeconomic impact.

Explained | Here’s how Asia fared in 2022 in terms of climate and extreme events

2023-08-07T13:26+0200Hindu (en)

The story so far: Drought, floods, and high temperatures were the critical disasters that plagued Asiain 2022, causing extensive damage to life and property. In its 2022 State of the Climate in Asia report, the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) summarised extreme climate events taking place in Asia last year, and their socioeconomic impact.

Yan Linyun/AP

2023-08-07T09:49+0200cnn (en)

Days of heavy rain have caused severe flooding in China’s leading grain-producing region in the northeast, killing 14 people and raising concerns about food security as floodwater inundated farmlands. Torrential rains brought by the aftermath of Typhoon Doksuri have battered northern China since....

Fire in Portugal covers over 17,000 acres, injures 11

2023-08-07T09:32+0200mehrnews-en (en)

TEHRAN, Aug. 07 (MNA) – A wildfire in Portugal has covered an area of 7,000 hectares (17,300 acres) and injured at least 11 people. "The estimated area of burning is 7,000 hectares ...Unfortunately, to date, we have recorded 11 victims with minor injuries," CNN Portugal quoted the commander of the....

Fire in Portugal covers over 17,000 acres, injures 11

2023-08-07T09:20+0200mehr (en)

TEHRAN, Aug. 07 (MNA) – A wildfire in Portugal has covered an area of 7,000 hectares (17,300 acres) and injured at least 11 people. "The estimated area of burning is 7,000 hectares ...Unfortunately, to date, we have recorded 11 victims with minor injuries," CNN Portugal quoted the commander of the....

Sube a 14 el número de muertos por las lluvias en el noreste de China – – 07/08/2023

2023-08-07T08:37+0200esdelatino-com (es)

Al menos 14 personas han muerto y una sigue desaparecida en China después de que las fuertes lluvias devastaran la ciudad de Shulan, en la provincia nororiental de Jilin, informaron los medios estatales el domingo (08.06.2023). Según las autoridades locales, el nivel del agua en los embalses y los....

China: 141 killed or missing due to floods since June

2023-08-07T07:14+0200turkishpress (en)

ANKARA. At least 141 people have died or gone missing due to floods in China since early June, official media reported on Monday. According to Global Times, 433 rivers across the country have been flooded while 33 of them have recorded levels of all-time high.

Fire in Portugal covers 17,300 acres, injures at least 11

2023-08-07T06:43+0200uniindia (en)

Lisbon, Aug 7 (UNI) A wildfire in Portugal has covered an area of 7,000 hectares (17,300 acres) and injured at least 11 people, Jose Guilherme, the commander of the regional authority for emergency and civil protection of the Alentejo region, said Sunday. "The estimated area of burning is 7,000 hectares .

Sube a 14 cifra de muertos por lluvias en noreste de China

2023-08-07T06:29+0200deutschewelle-es (es)

Socorristas llevan a cabo operaciones de rescate en el municipio de Qili, ciudad de Shulan, en la provincia nororiental china de Jilin, el 5 de agosto de 2023. La ciudad ha experimentando continuas lluvias desde el martes por la noche. Imagen: Yan Linyun/Xinhua/IMAGO Al menos 14 personas han muerto....

China se ahoga bajo las aguas

2023-08-07T06:08+0200larazon-es (es)

Mientras miles de personas amenazadas por la crecida de los ríos han sido evacuadas este fin de semana en el noreste de China, en las afueras de Pekín continúan despejando los escombros procedentes de las inundaciones que han obligado a suspender cientos de vuelos, destrozado carreteras, cortado el suministro eléctrico y dejado barrios en ruinas.

El tifón Doksuri causa otros 16 muertos a su paso por el norte de China

2023-08-06T18:02+0200elnuevodiario-DO (es)

EL NUEVO DIARIO, SHANGHÁI.- La prensa oficial china informó este fin de semana de al menos 16 fallecimientos adicionales en las áreas del norte y el noreste del país debido al impacto del tifón Doksuri, que hasta este viernes ya había provocado una veintena de muertos y cientos de miles de evacuados.

Lluvias e inundaciones dejan miles de evacuados en el noreste de China

2023-08-06T15:19+0200elperiodicodemexico (es)

Associated Press. TAIPEI, Taiwán (AP) La lluvia continuó azotando el noreste de China a raíz del tifón Doksuri el sábado, mientras las autoridades informaron más muertes y personas desaparecidas mientras evacuaron a miles más. Una persona murió y cinco desaparecieron en la ciudad de Shulan en la....

Provincia china permanece en alerta ante fuertes lluvias e inundaciones

2023-08-06T14:55+0200cubadebate (es)

El Gobierno chino ha destinado varios paquetes de ayuda millonarios para apoyar en las labores de rescate y recuperar carreteras, cultivos y otras infraestructuras afectadas. Foto: Tomada de Prensa Latina. El oriente de China se mantiene este domingo en alerta por las fuertes lluvias que han dejado....

Desalojan a miles de personas en China tras fuertes inundaciones causadas por el tifón Doksuri

2023-08-06T14:46+0200elvocero (es)

La lluvia continuó azotando el noreste de China a raíz del tifón Doksuri el sábado, mientras las autoridades informaron más muertes y personas desaparecidas mientras evacuaron a miles más. Seis personas murieron y cuatro desaparecieron en la ciudad de Shulan en la provincia de Jilin, que ha tenido....

Aumenta el número de muertos mientras la lluvia continúa inundando el noreste de China

2023-08-06T13:16+0200notiulti (es)

La lluvia ha continuado azotando el noreste de China a raíz del tifón Doksuri, ya que las autoridades informaron de más muertes y personas desaparecidas mientras evacuaban a miles más. Seis personas murieron y cuatro desaparecieron en la ciudad de Shulan, en la provincia de Jilin, que ha visto cinco....

Una cámara de seguridad capta el momento de la llegada del temible tifón Doksuri

2023-08-06T12:36+0200elimparcial (es)

La prensa oficial china informó este fin de semana de al menos 16 fallecimientos adicionales en las áreas del norte y el noreste del país debido al impacto del tifón Doksuri , que hasta este viernes ya había provocado una veintena de muertos y cientos de miles de evacuados.

El tifón Doksuri causa al menos 16 muertos más y cientos de miles de evacuados a su paso por China

2023-08-06T10:00+0200diariodenavarra (es)

La prensa oficial china informó este fin de semana de al menos 16 fallecimientos adicionales en las áreas del norte y el noreste del país debido al impacto del tifón Doksuri , que hasta este viernes ya había provocado una veintena de muertos y cientos de miles de evacuados.

El tifón Doksuri causa al menos otros 16 muertos a su paso por el norte de China

2023-08-06T06:34+0200infobae (es)

Shanghái (China), 6 ago (EFE).- La prensa oficial china informó este fin de semana de al menos 16 fallecimientos adicionales en las áreas del norte y el noreste del país debido al impacto del tifón Doksuri, que hasta este viernes ya había provocado una veintena de muertos y cientos de miles de evacuados.

Continúan estragos por fuertes lluvias e inundaciones en China

2023-08-06T06:23+0200prensa-latina (es)

De acuerdo con las autoridades locales, en Jilin hay otras cuatro personas desaparecidas y 18 mil 916 evacuados en 21 instalaciones de reubicación temporal. Desde el martes pasado esa provincia estuvo bajo la influencia de las intensas precipitaciones que llegaron a tener una cifra media diaria de 111,7 milímetros.

Más muertos y desaparecidos mientras continúan las fuertes lluvias en China

2023-08-06T04:32+0200notiulti (es)

La lluvia continuó azotando el noreste de China a raíz del tifón Doksuri ayer, ya que las autoridades informaron más muertes y personas desaparecidas mientras evacuaban a miles más. Una persona murió y cinco desaparecieron en la ciudad de Shulan en la provincia de Jilin, que ha visto cinco días seguidos de lluvia, según los medios estatales.

Al menos 10 muertos por las inundaciones en el norte de China

2023-08-05T17:48+0200telesurtv (es)

Al menos 10 personas murieron y otras 18 siguen desaparecidas luego de las fuertes lluvias que azotaron la ciudad de Baoding, provincia de Hebei, en el norte de China, a principios de esta semana por el paso del tifón Doksuri, lo que obligó a la evacuación de 1.54 millones de personas, reportaron las autoridades locales.

Diario Lluvias e inundaciones dejan miles de evacuados en el noreste de China

2023-08-05T17:37+0200elpaso (es)

Taipei La lluvia continuó azotando el noreste de China a raíz del tifón Doksuri el sábado, mientras las autoridades informaron más muertes y personas desaparecidas mientras evacuaron a miles más. Una persona murió y cinco desaparecieron en la ciudad de Shulan en la provincia de Jilin, que ha tenido....

Lluvias e inundaciones dejan miles de evacuados en el noreste de China

2023-08-05T16:25+0200elnuevoherald (es)

TAIPEI, Taiwán. La lluvia continuó azotando el noreste de China a raíz del tifón Doksuri el sábado, mientras las autoridades informaron más muertes y personas desaparecidas mientras evacuaron a miles más. Una persona murió y cinco desaparecieron en la ciudad de Shulan en la provincia de Jilin, que....

Lluvias e inundaciones dejan miles de evacuados en el noreste de China

2023-08-05T16:09+0200sandiegouniontribune (es)

TAIPEI, Taiwán — TAIPEI, Taiwán (AP) — La lluvia continuó azotando el noreste de China a raíz del tifón Doksuri el sábado, mientras las autoridades informaron más muertes y personas desaparecidas mientras evacuaron a miles más. Una persona murió y cinco desaparecieron en la ciudad de Shulan en la....

Provincia china evacúa a millones de damnificados por las lluvias

2023-08-05T15:56+0200elpais-cr (es)

Beijing, 5 ago (Prensa Latina) La provincia china de Hebei, en el norte, evacuó a más de 1,54 millones de personas debido las fuertes lluvias de estos días, informaron hoy autoridades locales. De acuerdo con la sede provincial de control de inundaciones y alivio de la sequía, más de 2,22 millones de....

Provincia china evacúa a millones de damnificados por las lluvias

2023-08-05T11:28+0200prensa-latina (es)

De acuerdo con la sede provincial de control de inundaciones y alivio de la sequía, más de 2,22 millones de personas de 883 ciudades y municipios en 98 regiones a nivel de condado sufieron afectaciones por las intensas precipitaciones asociadas al tifón Doksuri.

La Cina sconvolta dal cambiamento climatico non rinuncia a inquinare per crescere

2023-08-05T05:07+0200linkiesta (it)

Nella notte peggiore si sono registrate precipitazioni per oltre cinquecento millimetri. Vale a dire cinquecento litri su ogni area di un metro quadrato. Per cinque giorni, invece, la temperatura è salita sopra ai quaranta gradi. Dal 1951 lo aveva fatto solo altre sei volte. In un mese praticamente pareggiato quanto accaduto in settantadue anni.

Mundo Provincia china evacúa a más de un millón por inundaciones La provincia más afectada es Hebei (norte), donde las lluvias torrenciales se prolongaron por casi 144 horas, desde el 27 de julio al 2 de agosto....

2023-08-05T02:02+0200elnacional-py (es)

La provincia más afectada es Hebei (norte), donde las lluvias torrenciales se prolongaron por casi 144 horas, desde el 27 de julio al 2 de agosto. Más de 1,2 millones de personas han sido evacuadas de las zonas inundadas en la provincia de Hebei, en el norte de China, donde las aguas han empezado a....

Ministry: Natural disasters affect 16 million in China in July

2023-08-04T18:15+0200chinadaily (en)

A total of 16 million people in China were affected by various natural disasters that caused 147 deaths in July, according to the latest data from the Ministry of Emergency Management. Meanwhile, 703,000 people were urgently relocated and resettled. The calamities also resulted in the collapse of....

Cina, la devastazione delle piogge più forti degli ultimi 140 anni

2023-08-04T18:15+0200euronews-it (it)

Gli ultimi colpi di coda del tifone Doksuri hanno prodotto effetti devastanti a Pechino e nelle aree limitrofe. Mentre alcune regioni nel sud della Cina sono messe in ginocchio dalla siccità più a nord è tutto allagato. In migliaia sono sfollati o sono stati evacuati.

Provincia china evacúa a más de un millón por inundaciones

2023-08-04T17:31+0200elperiodiquito (es)

Más de 1,2 millones de personas han sido evacuadas de las zonas inundadas en la provincia de Hebei, en el norte de China, donde las aguas han empezado a retroceder tras el cese de las lluvias torrenciales que asolaron la región en los últimos días. Debido al impacto conjunto del tifón Doksuri y....

Provincia china evacúa a más de un millón de personas por inundaciones

2023-08-04T16:53+0200eldeber (es)

Más de 1,2 millones de personas han sido evacuadas de las zonas inundadas en la provincia de Hebei, en el norte de China, donde las aguas han empezado a retroceder tras el cese de las lluvias torrenciales que asolaron la región en los últimos días, se informó el viernes (04-08-2023).

Un millón de personas evacuadas en provincia china azotada por torrenciales lluvias de 144 horas

2023-08-04T15:01+0200biobiochile (es)

Más de 1,2 millones de personas han sido evacuadas de las zonas inundadas en la provincia de Hebei , en el norte de China, donde las aguas han empezado a retroceder tras el cese de las lluvias torrenciales que asolaron la región en los últimos días. Debido al impacto conjunto del tifón Doksuri y....

Provincia china evacúa a más de un millón de personas por inundaciones

2023-08-04T14:46+0200elaragueno (es)

Más de 1,2 millones de personas han sido evacuadas de las zonas inundadas en la provincia de Hebei, en el norte de China, donde las aguas han empezado a retroceder tras el cese de las lluvias torrenciales que asolaron la región en los últimos días. Debido al impacto conjunto del tifón Doksuri y....

Provincia china evacúa a más de un millón de personas por inundaciones

2023-08-04T14:46+0200diariolibre (es)

Más de 1.2 millones de personas han sido evacuadas de las zonas inundadas en la provincia de Hebei, en el norte de China, donde las aguas han empezado a retroceder tras el cese de las lluvias torrenciales que asolaron la región en los últimos días. Debido al impacto conjunto del tifón Doksuri y....

Amid floods, China’s weather authority forecasts 3 more typhoons, heavy rain

2023-08-04T13:08+0200aa-en (en)

ISTANBUL. China’s meteorological authority has forecasted hotter weather, more heavy rainfall, and tropical cyclones that could develop into typhoons in some regions during the current month of August. As many as three typhoons are expected to make landfall and significantly impact China this month,....

Provincia china evacua a más de un millón por inundaciones – – 04/08/2023

2023-08-04T08:11+0200esdelatino-com (es)

Más de 1,2 millones de personas han sido evacuadas de las zonas inundadas de la provincia de Hebei, en el norte de China, donde las aguas han comenzado a retroceder tras el cese de las lluvias torrenciales que asolaron la región en los últimos días, se informó este viernes (04-08-2023).

Provincia china evacúa a más de un millón por inundaciones

2023-08-04T07:45+0200deutschewelle-es (es)

La provincia más afectada es Hebei (norte), donde las lluvias torrenciales se prolongaron por casi 144 horas, desde el 27 de julio al 2 de agosto. Un hombre camina sobre una calle fracturada a causa de inundaciones en Pekín. (03.08.2023) Imagen: JADE GAO/AFP Más de 1,2 millones de personas han....

Provincia china evacúa a más de un millón de personas por inundaciones

2023-08-04T07:03+0200infobae (es)

Pekín, 4 ago (EFE).- Más de 1,2 millones de personas han sido evacuadas de las zonas inundadas en la provincia de Hebei, en el norte de China, donde las aguas han empezado a retroceder tras el cese de las lluvias torrenciales que asolaron la región en los últimos días.

China's Climate Code Red

2023-08-04T00:28+0200kompas-id (en)

The following article was translated using both Microsoft Azure Open AI and Google Translation AI. The effort to evacuate citizens affected by flooding in Zhuozhou, Hebei Province, China, Wednesday (2/8/2023). Beijing, Hebei's neighboring city, was hit by the heaviest rain in the last 140 years.

China pronostica más inundaciones y tifones en agosto

2023-08-02T12:09+0200unionradio (es)

PEKÍN.- China se enfrenta a un alto riesgo de inundaciones y tifones en agosto, después de que el paso del tifón Doksuri haya causado estragos en el norte y el sur del país, dejando al menos 20 muertos y miles de evacuados, informó hoy el diario local Global Times.

Pekín registra las lluvias más fuertes en 140 años tras el paso del tifón Doksuri

2023-08-02T11:43+0200lavanguardia (es)

La capital china registró la mayor cantidad de lluvia en 140 años tras el paso del tifón Doksuri, que ha dejado al menos 11 muertos y miles de evacuados en la ciudad, informó este miércoles la Oficina Meteorológica de Pekín. Los efectos del tifón Doksuri, uno de los más fuertes que ha azotado China....

Global warming likely to cause more multi-year La Niña events: study

2023-08-02T11:18+0200digitpatrox (en)

The world will probably see extra multi-year La Niña occasions as a result of international warming, contributing to the next danger of utmost climate occasions, in keeping with a latest research printed within the scientific journal Nature. La Niña refers to a interval of cooler than regular waters within the jap and central Pacific Ocean.

China pronostica más inundaciones y tifones en agosto

2023-08-02T07:37+0200infobae (es)

Pekín, 2 ago (EFE).- China se enfrenta a un alto riesgo de inundaciones y tifones en agosto, después de que el paso del tifón Doksuri haya causado estragos en el norte y el sur del país, dejando al menos 20 muertos y miles de evacuados, informó hoy el diario local Global Times.

Entradas de Yamel Villabrille

2023-08-01T17:21+0200eldia-do (es)

KIEV, Ucrania.- Rusia atacó anoche las regiones del sur de Ucrania de Odesa y Mikoláyiv con un total de 19 misiles de crucero dirigidos contra “puertos, muelles, viviendas y empresas”, informó hoy la Fuerza Aérea ucraniana. Se trata de la tercera noche consecutiva en la que Rusia ataca instalaciones....

Expect larger swings between flooding and droughts, according to a new study

2023-08-01T16:30+0200smartwatermagazine (en)

The UK and the rest of the world will be vulnerable to larger swings between flooding and droughts as global temperatures rise, a new study has found. Climate change is intensifying the world’s water cycle (the flows of water through the Earth’s atmosphere, across the surface and underground)....

Estate 2023 segnata da caldo, incendi ed estremi meteo. WMO: “urgente ridurre emissioni di gas serra”

2023-08-01T16:25+0200iconaclima (it)

“Le condizioni meteorologiche estreme – un evento sempre più frequente nel nostro clima in fase di riscaldamento – stanno avendo un impatto importante sulla salute umana, sugli ecosistemi, sulle economie, sull’agricoltura, sull’energia e sull’approvvigionamento idrico.

Water, Vol. 15, Pages 2775: Drought Hazard Analysis in the Jilin Province Based on a Three-Dimensional Copula Method

2023-07-31T13:48+0200mdpi (en)

Drought is one of the largest and most destructive natural disasters globally, accounting for 45% of all deaths since 1970. Ninety percent of deaths occur in developing countries. Drought has also become an important factor impeding China’s economic development because of national circumstances, the....

Heavy Rain Triggers Severe Flooding in Northern China, Displacing Tens of Thousands of People

2023-07-31T12:24+0200natureworldnews (en)

Tens of thousands of people were evacuated from high-risk areas of Beijing and another northern city as much of China was lashed by torrential rain on Sunday. The heavy downpour was caused by Typhoon Doksuri, which has been sweeping northwards over China since Friday, when it hit the southern Fujian province after battering the Philippines.

In Philippines, researchers engineer rice varieties to adapt to changing climate

2023-07-31T03:37+0200rfa (en)

A top rice research center headquartered in the Philippines, a country vulnerable to climate change, says it is developing varieties of this grain and staple of Asian diets that can survive droughts, temperature extremes and flooding. Scientists at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI),....

Global warming could mean longer La Nina events, which bring cold, wet Canadian winters: study

2023-07-30T23:44+0200barrie (en)

La Niña is the colder counterpart of El Niño, as part of the broader El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) climate pattern, which is characterized by the shifts in ocean temperatures and atmospheric conditions in the Pacific. The ENSO pattern alternates irregularly between warm El Niño and cold La....

Global warming could mean longer La Nina events, which bring cold, wet Canadian winters: study

2023-07-30T22:34+0200ctvnews (en)

The world will likely see more multi-year La Niña events due to global warming, contributing to a higher risk of extreme weather events, La Niña refers to a period of cooler than normal waters in the eastern and central Pacific Ocean. This weather phenomenon typically occurs approximately every....

La Nina events expected to occur more often because of global warming: study

2023-07-30T21:40+0200ctvnews (en)

FILE - The Manayunk neighborhood in Philadelphia is flooded Thursday, Sept. 2, 2021, in the aftermath of downpours and high winds from the remnants of Hurricane Ida. La Nina, the weather phenomenon linked to extreme weather events like floods, droughts and wildfires, is expected to last longer and....

Cina, 47mila sfollati per il tifone Doksuri. Scienziati: “Colpa della crisi climatica”

2023-07-30T16:43+0200tag24 (it)

Allarme in Cina a causa delle piogge torrenziali portate dal tifone Doksuri – La Cina ha emesso un’allerta rossa per una vasta area del nord del paese, compresa la regione di Pechino, in previsione delle intense piogge provocate dall’avanzata del tifone Doksuri.

Allerta rossa a Pechino per il tifone Doksuri

2023-07-30T09:28+0200agi (it)

AGI - La Cina ha posto in allerta rossa una parte del nord del Paese , compresa la regione di Pechino, a causa delle piogge torrenziali previste dall'avanzata del tifone Doksuri, che attualmente sta colpendo l'altra estremità del paese. Doksuri, che sta spazzando la Cina sud-orientale da venerdì, si....

“Expect the worst in the future”

2023-07-30T00:11+0200breakinglatest (en)

The worst is over? When ever. According to a recent study carried out by the University of Reading and published in the pages of the well-known scientific journal “Environmental Research Letters”, in the future we will have to expect worsening floods and droughts as a result of continuous and rapid global warming.

China issues red alert for torrential rains in Beijing and evacuates thousands of residents

2023-07-29T21:33+0200tellerreport (en)

2023-07-29T19:31:58.408Z. Highlights: Storm Doksuri, one of the strongest to hit the country in years, prompted authorities to evacuate thousands of people to Beijing. A red alert has been issued over a large area in China, including the capital. Authorities say the rains expected in the coming....

China: Typhoon Doksuri puts Beijing and several regions on red alert

2023-07-29T15:13+0200tellerreport (en)

2023-07-29T13:11:31.459Z. Highlights: Doksuri, which has been sweeping southeast China since Friday, is moving north where its "influence" is already being felt, according to China's weather service. The red alert, in effect from 20:00 local time (12:00 GMT), includes Beijing, the neighboring....

Los impactos del cambio climático se intensifican en Asia

2023-07-29T12:05+0200diario16 (es)

Los impactos de los fenómenos meteorológicos extremos y del cambio climático se están azotando gravemente a Asia, donde las sequías volvieron a alternarse con las crecidas en 2022, arruinando la vida de las personas y destruyendo los medios de subsistencia.

New WMO report says climate change impacts have increased in Asia: What are the key takeaways

2023-07-29T10:50+0200expressindia (en)

Overview of 2022 disasters in the Asia region Source: Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP); EM-DAT. What are the key takeaways from the report? According to the report, while the mean temperature over Asia in 2022 was about 0.72 degree Celsius above the 1991–2020 average, it was about 1.

Más de 5.000 muertos y 50 millones de afectados por 81 desastres climáticos

2023-07-29T08:03+0200eldiario (es)

Los impactos de los fenómenos meteorológicos extremos y del cambio climático se han intensificado en Asia en 2022, donde se produjeron 81 desastres relacionados con el tiempo, el clima y el agua, de los cuales más del 83% fueron crecidas y tormentas, según se desprende de un nuevo informe de la....

El pasado año dejó miles de muertos tras más de 80 desastres climáticos en Asia

2023-07-29T02:19+0200diariodigital-RD (es)

Más de 5.000 personas fallecidas y 50 millones de afectados por 81 desastres climáticos en ese continente. Los impactos de fenómenos meteorológicos extremos y cambio climático en Asia aumentaron en 2022, con 81 desastres relacionados con el clima, agua y tiempo, donde el 83% fueron crecidas y tormentas, según la OMM.

Más de 5,000 personas fallecidas y 50 millones de afectados por 81 desastres climáticos en Asia, según la OMM

2023-07-28T23:31+0200diariolibre (es)

Los impactos de los fenómenos meteorológicos extremos y del cambio climático se han intensificado en Asia en 2022, donde se produjeron 81 desastres relacionados con el tiempo, el clima y el agua, de los cuales más del 83 % fueron crecidas y tormentas, según se desprende de un nuevo informe de la....

Climate change impacts increase in Asia

2023-07-28T21:23+0200azernews (en)

Extreme weather and climate change impacts are increasing in Asia, which ricocheted between droughts and floods in 2022, ruining lives and destroying livelihoods, Azernews reports, citing Kabar. Melting ice and glaciers and rising sea levels threaten more socio-economic disruption in future,....

Más de 5,000 personas fallecidas y 50 millones de afectados por 81 desastres climáticos en Asia, según la OMM

2023-07-28T20:25+0200elperiodicodemexico (es)

MADRID, (EUROPA PRESS)- El estudio constata que, debido a estos fenómenos meteorológicos extremos, más de 5,000 personas perdieron la vida, cerca de 50 millones de personas se vieron directamente perjudicadas y las pérdidas económicas superaron los 36,000 millones de dólares en el caso de Estados Unidos.

More than 400,000 evacuate as Typhoon Doksuri makes landfall in China

2023-07-28T20:15+0200upi (en)

An electric fan stands between two mothers fanning their children with boards at an evacuation center for families affected by floods because of the effects of Typhoon Doksuri in San Mateo village, Rizal province, northeast of Manila, Philippines, Friday. Photo by Rolex Dela Pena/EPA-EFE.

Experts: Expect worsening flooding and drought as rapid warming continues

2023-07-28T19:58+0200phys (en)

Climate change is intensifying the world's water cycle (the flows of water through the Earth's atmosphere, across the surface and underground) leading to more extreme wet and dry periods, according to findings published this week in Environmental Research Letters.

Más de 5.000 personas fallecidas y 50 millones de afectados por 81 desastres climáticos en Asia, según la OMM

2023-07-28T18:06+0200infobae (es)

Los impactos de los fenómenos meteorológicos extremos y del cambio climático se han intensificado en Asia en 2022, donde se produjeron 81 desastres relacionados con el tiempo, el clima y el agua, de los cuales más del 83% fueron crecidas y tormentas, según se desprende de un nuevo informe de la....

Más de 5.000 personas fallecidas y 50 millones de afectados por 81 desastres climáticos en Asia, según la OMM

2023-07-28T18:03+0200notimerica (es)

MADRID, 28 Jul. (EUROPA PRESS) - Los impactos de los fenómenos meteorológicos extremos y del cambio climático se han intensificado en Asia en 2022, donde se produjeron 81 desastres relacionados con el tiempo, el clima y el agua, de los cuales más del 83% fueron crecidas y tormentas, según se....

Más de 5.000 personas fallecidas y 50 millones de afectados por 81 desastres climáticos en Asia, según la OMM

2023-07-28T17:38+0200europapress (es)

MADRID, 28 Jul. (EUROPA PRESS) - Los impactos de los fenómenos meteorológicos extremos y del cambio climático se han intensificado en Asia en 2022, donde se produjeron 81 desastres relacionados con el tiempo, el clima y el agua, de los cuales más del 83% fueron crecidas y tormentas, según se....

Más de 5.000 personas fallecidas y 50 millones de afectados por 81 desastres climáticos en Asia, según la OMM

2023-07-28T17:37+0200cope (es)

Los impactos de los fenómenos meteorológicos extremos y del cambio climático se han intensificado en Asia en 2022, donde se produjeron 81 desastres relacionados con el tiempo, el clima y el agua, de los cuales más del 83% fueron crecidas y tormentas, según se desprende de un nuevo informe de la....

Más de 5.000 personas fallecidas y 50 millones de afectados por 81 desastres climáticos en Asia, según la OMM

2023-07-28T17:37+0200diariosigloxxi (es)

MADRID, 28 (EUROPA PRESS) Los impactos de los fenómenos meteorológicos extremos y del cambio climático se han intensificado en Asia en 2022, donde se produjeron 81 desastres relacionados con el tiempo, el clima y el agua, de los cuales más del 83% fueron crecidas y tormentas, según se desprende de....

Más de 5.000 personas fallecidas y 50 millones de afectados por 81 desastres climáticos en Asia, según la OMM

2023-07-28T17:34+0200teleprensa (es)

MADRID, 28 (EUROPA PRESS) Los impactos de los fenómenos meteorológicos extremos y del cambio climático se han intensificado en Asia en 2022, donde se produjeron 81 desastres relacionados con el tiempo, el clima y el agua, de los cuales más del 83% fueron crecidas y tormentas, según se desprende de....

Climate change impacts increase in Asia

2023-07-28T15:37+0200africanewswire (en)

Extreme weather and climate change impacts are increasing in Asia, which ricocheted between droughts and floods in 2022, ruining lives and destroying livelihoods. Melting ice and glaciers and rising sea levels threaten more socio-economic disruption in future, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization.

Asia warming faster than global average, meteorologists say

2023-07-28T12:47+0200yourweather (en)

Asia ricocheted between droughts and floods in 2022, damaging communities and destroying livelihoods, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has said. Extreme rain in 2022 left one third of Pakistan under water. 28/07/2023 08:00 4 min. Over the past 30 years, Asia has warmed at almost double....

Extreme continent: New WMO report paints alarming picture of climate emergency in Asia

2023-07-28T10:29+0200downtoearth (en)

Asia is the world’s most disaster-prone region and more than 50 million people were directly affected due to 81 weather-, climate- and water-related disasters in Asia during 2022, according to a new report released by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) on July 27, 2023.

India lost $4 bn to extreme weather last year

2023-07-28T00:23+0200deccanherald (en)

India has suffered an economic loss of $4.2 billion in 2022 due to extreme weather events and climatic disasters, most of which were caused by flood, according to a new World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) report that also flagged lightning and thunderstorms as one of the major killers in the country.

July this year set to be the hottest month on record, finds analysis

2023-07-27T20:41+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

New Delhi: July this year is set to be the hottest month on record, with high temperatures causing heatwaves in parts of North America, Asia and Europe, along with wildfires in Canada and Greece, a new analysis by EU-funded Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) and the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) has highlighted.

Climate change impacts increase in Asia

2023-07-27T20:16+0200kualalumpurtimes (en)

GENEVA, 27th July, 2023 (WAM) - Extreme weather and climate change impacts are increasing in Asia, which ricocheted between droughts and floods in 2022, ruining lives and destroying livelihoods. Melting ice and glaciers and rising sea levels threaten more socio-economic disruption in future,....

Ejército ucraniano reconoce que carece de defensas frente a ataques rusos a infraestructuras cerealeras

2023-07-27T20:09+0200LaRazon (es)

Récord. Para 2023-2024 se prevé una cosecha de cereales récord, con las producciones de maíz y de arroz al alza en un mercado todavía tenso. Pendiente de la influencia del fenómeno meteorológico de El Niño y de los riesgos ligados a la guerra en Ucrania.

July this year set to be the hottest month on record, finds analysis

2023-07-27T20:08+0200HindustanTimes (en)

New Delhi: July this year is set to be the hottest month on record, with high temperatures causing heatwaves in parts of North America, Asia and Europe, along with wildfires in Canada and Greece, a new analysis by EU-funded Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) and the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) has highlighted.

Cambio climático Los impactos del cambio climático se intensifican en Asia

2023-07-27T19:51+0200portalambiental (es)

Bangkok, Tailandia (OMM) — Los impactos de los fenómenos meteorológicos extremos y del cambio climático se están intensificando en Asia, donde las sequías se alternaron con las crecidas en 2022, arruinando la vida de las personas y destruyendo los medios de subsistencia.

UN: Asia-Pacific, region most prone to natural disasters in the world

2023-07-27T17:50+0200asianews-en (en)

In 2022 alone, over 140 extreme events were reported. In the last 50 years, disaster-related deaths topped two million, mostly from earthquakes and storms, against 1.42 million in the rest of the world. In a recently released report, the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific....

UN: Asia-Pacific, region most prone to natural disasters in the world

2023-07-27T17:43+0200asianews (en)

In 2022 alone, over 140 extreme events were reported. In the last 50 years, disaster-related deaths topped two million, mostly from earthquakes and storms, against 1.42 million in the rest of the world. In a recently released report, the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific....

Climate change impacts increase in Asia

2023-07-27T17:05+0200wam-en (en)

GENEVA, 27th July, 2023 (WAM) – Extreme weather and climate change impacts are increasing in Asia, which ricocheted between droughts and floods in 2022, ruining lives and destroying livelihoods. Melting ice and glaciers and rising sea levels threaten more socio-economic disruption in future,....

Climate Change Impact Increasing in Asia: 80 Disasters Kill 5,000 People, Affect 50 Million Lives

2023-07-27T11:47+0200news18 (en)

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) on Thursday released a report detailing how extreme weather and climate change impacts are increasing in Asia, which ricocheted between droughts and floods in 2022, ruining lives and destroying livelihoods. Melting ice and glaciers and rising sea levels....

Climate change impacts increase in Asia

2023-07-27T11:05+0200wmo (en)

The report, one of a series of WMO regional State of the Climate reports, was released during a meeting of the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific’s (ESCAP) Committee on Disaster Risk Reduction. “The United Nations Secretary-General’s “Executive Action Plan on Early Warnings....

Extreme weather events in Pakistan: WMO says climate change effects rising in Asia

2023-07-27T08:55+0200dunyanews (en)

GENEVA/LAHORE (Web Desk/Reuters) In recent years, Pakistan has experienced extreme weather events from the earlier drought in Balochistan to the devastating floods last year, which also badly Sindh and parts southern Punjab. During the current season too, Lahore received record-breaking rains on two....

State of the Climate in Asia 2022

2023-07-27T08:39+0200reliefWeb (en)

Climate change impacts increase in Asia. Bangkok, Thailand 27 July 2023 (WMO) Extreme weather and climate change impacts are increasing in Asia, which ricocheted between droughts and floods in 2022, ruining lives and destroying livelihoods. Melting ice and glaciers and rising sea levels threaten....

Wildfires in Greece to flash floods in Canada – Is El Nino responsible for extreme weather?

2023-07-27T08:33+0200financialexpress (en)

Countries all over the world have been facing extreme weather conditions of all sorts. Some have seen flooding due to extreme rainfall while others have faced forest fires and heat stroke patients piling up in hospitals. The El Nino effect has been said to be a reason for such conditions across the....

Climate change impacts increase in Asia

2023-07-27T08:15+0200miragenews (en)

There were 81 weather, climate and water-related disasters in Asia in 2022, of which over 83% were flood and storm events. More than 5 000 people lost their lives, more than 50 million people were directly affected and there were more than US$ 36 billion in economic damages, according to the report.

Emissions from Greek wildfires equivalent of 2.3m barrels of oil, data shows

2023-07-27T07:06+0200irishexaminer (en)

Using a calculator from the US Environmental Protection Agency, a megaton — which is one million tonnes or a billion kg — of emissions would be similar to the pollution from 222,500 cars driven in a year, more than 500,000kg of coal burned, or 2.3 million barrels of oil consumed.

Tifón Doksuri azota Filipinas y deja por lo menos 6 muertos

2023-07-27T01:47+0200primicia (es)

El tifón Doksuri azotó el miércoles las provincias del norte de Filipinas con fuertes vientos y lluvias, dejando por lo menos seis personas muertas y desplazando a miles. La tormenta desprendió techos de las viviendas, inundó poblados ubicados en zonas bajas y ocasionó decenas de aludes, informaron las autoridades.

In Philippines, researchers develop rice varieties to survive changing climate

2023-07-26T18:41+0200benarnews (en)

A top rice research center headquartered in the Philippines, a country vulnerable to climate change, says it is developing varieties of this grain and staple of Asian diets that can survive droughts, temperature extremes and flooding. Scientists at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI),....

Algeria battles wildfires that have killed 34; Three people die in Greece as wildfires rage

2023-07-26T12:33+0200terradaily (en)

By AFP correspondent with Abdellah Cheballah in Alger Toudja, Algeria (AFP) July 25, 2023 Algerian firefighters on Tuesday battled blazes that have killed 34 people across the tinder-dry north, destroyed homes and coastal resorts, and turned vast forest areas into blackened wastelands.

El tifón Doksuri golpeó Filipinas causando inundaciones y el desplazamiento de miles de personas

2023-07-26T12:23+0200infobae (es)

Un poderoso tifón que llegó este miércoles al norte de Filipinas causó la muerte de una persona, provocó inundaciones y derribó árboles a su paso, obligando a miles de habitantes a ser evacuados en centros de emergencia. El fenómeno denominado Doksuri desprendió techos de las viviendas, provocó....

Soaring Mediterranean temperatures bring death and destruction

2023-07-26T11:02+0200aljazeera-en (en)

At least 34 people have died in Algeria and thousands evacuated in parts of Europe due to the intense heatwave that has spread through large areas of the Mediterranean and other regions. Severe fires have raged through the mountain forests of the Kabylia region on the Mediterranean coast, fanned by....

Algeria battles wildfires that have killed 34

2023-07-26T06:55+0200dunyanews (en)

TOUDJA (Algeria) (AFP) Algerian firefighters on Tuesday battled blazes that have killed 34 people across the tinder-dry north, destroyed homes and coastal resorts, and turned vast forest areas into blackened wastelands. Witnesses described fleeing walls of flames that raged "like a blowtorch".

Il tifone Doksuri colpisce le Filippine, minaccia Taiwan e la Cina

2023-07-26T06:03+0200marketscreener (it)

Almeno una persona è stata uccisa quando il tifone Doksuri ha colpito le Filippine settentrionali con forti venti e piogge mercoledì, causando lo straripamento dei fiumi e lasciando migliaia di persone senza corrente. I residenti delle comunità costiere sono stati evacuati prima della tempesta, che....

In the critical period of "seven downs and eight ups", how to do a good job in flood control

2023-07-26T04:32+0200tellerreport (en)

At present, the whole country has entered the critical period of "seven lower and eight upper" flood control, and the situation of flood prevention and drought control has attracted much attention. On July 7, at the regular briefing on the policies of the State Council held by the State Council's....

Algeria says it has contained wildfires that killed 34

2023-07-26T04:20+0200english-alaraby (en)

Algeria has managed to contain the bush fire that has been raging in its forests , the country's state TV reported on Wednesday. Wildfires swept across regions of Algeria, as a heatwave s pread across north Africa and southern Europe, claiming the lives of at least 34 people, including 10 soldiers,....

Flood, drought control still a problem

2023-07-26T04:17+0200ecns (en)

China has experienced significantly less damage from flood and droughts this year, but flood and drought control remains grim due to the high frequency of extreme weather events during what is the country's rainiest time of year, officials said. The situation so far this year is not as grave as in....

Flood, drought control still a problem

2023-07-26T02:18+0200china.org.cn (en)

China has experienced significantly less damage from flood and droughts this year, but flood and drought control remains grim due to the high frequency of extreme weather events during what is the country's rainiest time of year, officials said. The situation so far this year is not as grave as in....

Flood, drought control still a problem

2023-07-26T01:38+0200chinadaily (en)

Rescuers transfer flood-trapped residents in Wanzhou district, Southwest China's Chongqing municipality, July 4, 2023. [Photo by Ran Mengjun/For chinadaily.com.cn] China has experienced significantly less damage from flood and droughts this year, but flood and drought control remains grim due to the....

Algeria battles wildfires that have killed 34

2023-07-25T23:17+0200al-monitor (en)

Algerian firefighters on Tuesday battled blazes that have killed 34 people across the tinder-dry north, destroyed homes and coastal resorts, and turned vast forest areas into blackened wastelands. Witnesses described fleeing walls of flames that raged "like a blowtorch". TV footage showed charred cars, burned-out shops and smouldering fields.

"Without human activity, these temperatures would have been impossible"

2023-07-25T18:53+0200tellerreport (en)

2023-07-25T16:51:28.550Z. Highlights: The World Weather Attribution (WWA) network assessed the likelihood and intensity of July extreme heat in three regions. Scientists found that the defined heat waves are between 1 and 2.5° warmer depending on the region.

Atmosphere, Vol. 14, Pages 1196: A Study of Drought and Flood Cycles in Xinyang, China, Using the Wavelet Transform and M-K Test

2023-07-25T17:10+0200mdpi (en)

Accurately identifying and predicting droughts can provide local managers with a basis for decision-making. The Xinyang region is prone to droughts and floods, which have a large impact on local agriculture and socio-economics. This paper employs precipitation data from the Xinyang region to provide....

At least 34 dead in violent fires in Algeria

2023-07-25T14:37+0200vikendi (en)

Homes and shops ravaged by a tornado of fire: firefighters were still hard at work on Tuesday to put an end to violent fires which hit the north and east of Algeria and caused at least 34 deaths since Sunday. “Until 8:30 a.m. this morning, out of 97 declared fires, only 15 remain”, including two in....

Typhoon ‘Du Su Rui’ to Make Landfall in 3 Days, Bringing Heavy Rain to 5 Provinces

2023-07-25T12:23+0200breakinglatest (en)

Title: China ‘s Flood Control Situation Stable Despite Low Precipitation, Says Officials. Date: July 25, 2023. The Ministry of Emergency Management and the Ministry of Water Resources have announced that China has entered the critical period of flood control during the “seven downs and eight ups,”....

Algeria: Extensive damage and at least 34 dead in violent fires

2023-07-25T12:03+0200tellerreport (en)

Europe 1 with AFP // Photo credit: FETHI BELAID / AFP 11:49 am, July 25, 2023 Firefighters were still at work Tuesday to overcome violent fires that have hit northern and eastern Algeria and caused at least 34 deaths since Sunday. Its Tunisian neighbor is also affected by these forest fires.

Official: China's flood prevention and drought control situation during this year's main flood season is complex and severe

2023-07-25T11:15+0200tellerreport (en)

2023-07-25T09:11:57.253Z. Highlights: Wang Daoxi, vice minister of China's Ministry of Emergency Management, said the situation of flood prevention and drought control in China during the main flood season this year is complicated and severe. Since the beginning of this year, the average....

Factbox: Europe Sees Another Year of Droughts & Wildfires 25 Jul, 2023 09:25

2023-07-25T10:33+0200chronicle-lu (en)

A firefighting helicopter drops water as a wildfire burns in Mandra, Greece, 18 July 2023; Credit: Reuters/Alkis Konstantinidis. (Reuters) - Europe is battling the effects of scorching weather, with June 2023 having been the hottest month on record in the 174-year history of temperature monitoring.

Palermo airport closed, two killed in north as fires and storms batter Italy

2023-07-25T10:26+0200digitpatrox (en)

Firefighters work to extinguish a wildfire burning close to the Sicilian village of Curcuraci close to Messina, Italy, July 25, 2023. Vigili del Fuoco/Handout through REUTERS. MILAN — Wildfires pressured the closure of Palermo airport in Sicily on Tuesday as excessive climate continued to batter....

Europe sees another year of droughts and wildfires

2023-07-25T09:04+0200expressindia (en)

Croatia. A bushfire near the coastal town of Sibenik quickly spread on July 13, fuelled by strong southerly winds. The fire was difficult to control, despite the efforts of 56 firefighters, along with 20 vehicles and three aircraft. The village of Grebastica suffered significant damage, including the destruction of cars and homes.

Factbox: Europe sees another year of droughts and wildfires

2023-07-25T07:31+0200inquirer (en)

FRANCE. About six small-scale blazes have been recorded in the regions of Nouvelle-Aquitaine, Occitanie, Grand Est, Bouches-Du-Rhone and Corsica island. Mid-April, the French geological service BRGM said that very low groundwater levels had put France on course for a worse summer drought than last year, mainly in the southern part of the country.

China en alerta ante proximidad del tifón Doksuri

2023-07-25T05:55+0200prensa-latina (es)

La sede local de control de inundaciones y alivio de la sequía elevó a nivel III la emergencia en esa región, debido a los pronósticos de fuertes vientos y lluvias. El departamento meteorológico informó que Doksuri se moverá hacia el noroeste, a una velocidad de entre 10 y 15 kilómetros por hora, con posibilidades de convertirse en un súper tifón.

Algeria: at least 34 dead, including 10 soldiers, in violent fires

2023-07-24T23:51+0200tellerreport (en)

2023-07-24T21:50:20.564Z. Highlights: At least 34 people, including ten soldiers, died in violent fires in northeastern Algeria on the night of Sunday to Monday. In neighboring Tunisia, in the northwestern border area of Tabarka, serious fires resumed Monday near a region already ravaged by flames the previous week.

Climate, inflation and elections: Extreme weather ahead

2023-07-24T21:48+0200deccanherald (en)

El Nino and La Nina are climate patterns in the Pacific Ocean that influence climate conditions worldwide. While La Nina benefits India, El Nino creates warmer winters and dryer and hotter summers. El Nino is characterised by an abnormal warming of surface Ocean currents in the east and central....

Asif reacts to Dar's nominee as caretaker PM

2023-07-24T16:59+0200dunyanews (en)

Cameroon mourns victims of building collapse as death toll jumps to 34 .YAOUNDE (Reuters) - The death toll from a weekend building collapse in Cameroon's commercial hub Douala has risen to 34 fr... Europe sees another year of droughts and wildfires.(Reuters) - Europe is battling the effects of....

Xinhua Headlines: Heatwaves scorch North Hemisphere, ring alarm about global warming

2023-07-24T16:05+0200china.org.cn (en)

BEIJING, July 24 (Xinhua) -- Since June, temperatures across the Northern Hemisphere have continued to rise, and many countries, gripped by the most intense heatwave, have issued high temperature warnings. Forecasts show that 2023 is likely to be the hottest year ever.

Europe sees another year of droughts and wildfires

2023-07-24T15:48+0200dunyanews (en)

(Reuters) - Europe is battling the effects of scorching weather, with June having been the hottest month on record in the 174-year history of temperature monitoring. Last year, heat waves resulted in over 61,600 heat-related fatalities across 35 European countries and triggered devastating wildfires.

El pueblo argentino que emergió tras 45 años bajo el agua por la sequía

2023-07-23T13:53+0200elpais (es)

EL PAÍS ofrece en abierto la sección América Futura por su aporte informativo diario y global sobre desarrollo sostenible. Si quieres apoyar nuestro periodismo, suscríbete Lidia Castellino tenía solo 15 años cuando el agua acorraló su casa. Recuerda cómo iba avanzando muy lentamente ante la....

Northern Hemisphere Heatwave: Record-Breaking Temperatures Reported in the United States, Europe, and China

2023-07-22T04:20+0200natureworldnews (en)

Extreme heat has been reported in multiple countries and continents across the Northern Hemisphere, where record-breaking temperatures have been reported in the United States, Europe, and China. The Canadian wildfires in the past several weeks are only some of the environmental repercussions of the inter-continental heat wave.

Europe sees another year of droughts and wildfires

2023-07-21T15:09+0200cde-news (en)

Reading Time: 4 minutes Europe is battling the effects of scorching weather, with June having been the hottest month on record in the 174-year history of temperature monitoring. #Last year, heatwaves resulted in over 61,600 heat-related fatalities across 35 European countries and triggered devastating wildfires.

Heat waves and tipping points

2023-07-21T05:10+0200theindependent (en)

“What we’re seeing is climate impacts that scientists thought would accompany certain temperatures happening far more rapidly, with far more devastating effects than had been forecast,” said Dr. Simon Nicholson of the Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment at American University.

‘The New Normal’: Extreme Heat Imperils Millions Across Northern Hemisphere

2023-07-19T15:59+0200defenddemocracy-press (en)

Asia. China has confirmed the northwestern village of Sanbao reached 126°F on Sunday. This marks the hottest temperature ever recorded in the country, with little relief in sight this week. Fears are growing of a potential repeat of last year’s historic drought . Elsewhere in the country, Typhoon Talim became the first to make landfall this year.

Millions hit by extreme heat on three continents

2023-07-19T15:21+0200terradaily (en)

By Yannick PASQUET Athens (AFP) July 19, 2023 A sustained spell of dangerous heat was impacting the lives of millions of people across three continents on Wednesday as fires raged and health worries mounted. Greece was battling wildfires that have been exacerbated by scorching weather and....

What happens when extreme weather hits several places at once?

2023-07-19T14:52+0200economist (en)

B ETWEEN JULY 10th and July 16th, more than 100m Americans were warned by their government of “potentially deadly” temperatures. Swathes of Asia and Europe are broiling. China’s temperature record was shattered; people sought relief from the heat in bomb shelters.

China and Mongolia team up to fight sandstorms

2023-07-19T13:31+0200chinadialogue (en)

Battsengel, 50, lives in the south of Mongolia, in Khanbogd district, Ömnögovi province, just over the border from China’s Inner Mongolia. He has made a living herding livestock since he was 20. But sandstorms of increasing frequency are making things very tough. “Precipitation started to fall off in 2004.

IPCC Scientists Develop Annually Updated Climate Change Indicators

2023-07-19T04:55+0200climateadaptationplatform (en)

Extreme weather events are becoming more frequent worldwide as global average temperature increases. The earth’s temperature has already warmed above 1.1°C since preindustrial times. For every devasting flood, hurricane, typhoon, or wildfire, people want to know the role of climate change in it.

Factbox-Europe sees another year of droughts and wildfires (Reuters) - Europe is battling the effects of scorching weather, with June having been the hottest month on record in the 174-year history of temperat... 1h ago

2023-07-18T20:06+0200whbl (en)

(Reuters) – Europe is battling the effects of scorching weather, with June having been the hottest month on record in the 174-year history of temperature monitoring. Last year, heatwaves resulted in over 61,600 heat-related fatalities across 35 European countries and triggered devastating wildfires.

Factbox-Europe sees another year of droughts and wildfires (Reuters) - Europe is battling the effects of scorching weather, with June having been the hottest month on record in the 174-year history of temperat... 43m ago

2023-07-18T19:46+0200kelo (en)

(Reuters) – Europe is battling the effects of scorching weather, with June having been the hottest month on record in the 174-year history of temperature monitoring. Last year, heatwaves resulted in over 61,600 heat-related fatalities across 35 European countries and triggered devastating wildfires.

Factbox-Europe sees another year of droughts and wildfires (Reuters) - Europe is battling the effects of scorching weather, with June having been the hottest month on record in the 174-year history of temperat... 42m ago

2023-07-18T19:44+0200wsau (en)

(Reuters) – Europe is battling the effects of scorching weather, with June having been the hottest month on record in the 174-year history of temperature monitoring. Last year, heatwaves resulted in over 61,600 heat-related fatalities across 35 European countries and triggered devastating wildfires.

Factbox-Europe sees another year of droughts and wildfires 23m ago

2023-07-18T19:26+0200wkzo (en)

(Reuters) – Europe is battling the effects of scorching weather, with June having been the hottest month on record in the 174-year history of temperature monitoring. Last year, heatwaves resulted in over 61,600 heat-related fatalities across 35 European countries and triggered devastating wildfires.

Factbox-Europe sees another year of droughts and wildfires

2023-07-18T19:20+0200thechronicleherald (en)

(Reuters) - Europe is battling the effects of scorching weather, with June having been the hottest month on record in the 174-year history of temperature monitoring. Last year, heatwaves resulted in over 61,600 heat-related fatalities across 35 European countries and triggered devastating wildfires.

Factbox-Europe Sees Another Year of Droughts and Wildfires

2023-07-18T19:15+0200usnews (en)

Last year, heatwaves resulted in over 61,600 heat-related fatalities across 35 European countries and triggered devastating wildfires. This year, temperatures could exceed Europe's current record of 48.8 Celsius (119.84 Fahrenheit), recorded in Sicily in August 2021.

Factbox-Europe sees another year of droughts and wildfires

2023-07-18T19:07+0200streetinsider (en)

(Reuters) - Europe is battling the effects of scorching weather, with June having been the hottest month on record in the 174-year history of temperature monitoring. Last year, heatwaves resulted in over 61,600 heat-related fatalities across 35 European countries and triggered devastating wildfires.

Factbox-Europe sees another year of droughts and wildfires

2023-07-18T19:05+02004-traders (en)

Last year, heatwaves resulted in over 61,600 heat-related fatalities across 35 European countries and triggered devastating wildfires. This year, temperatures could exceed Europe's current record of 48.8 Celsius (119.84 Fahrenheit), recorded in Sicily in August 2021.

Factbox-Europe sees another year of droughts and wildfires

2023-07-18T19:04+0200reuters (en)

July 18 (Reuters) - Europe is battling the effects of scorching weather, with June having been the hottest month on record in the 174-year history of temperature monitoring. Last year, heatwaves resulted in over 61,600 heat-related fatalities across 35 European countries and triggered devastating wildfires.

Scorching weather continues baking North China, as local governments ramp up efforts to ensure grain harvest

2023-07-18T16:13+0200globaltimes (en)

People take measures to protect themselves from the sun in Beijing on May 15, 2023. Photo: VCG An extreme heatwave continues to engulf North China as a city in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region recorded a historical high temperature of 52.2 C.

Droughts, Wildfires, and Floods: The Cascading Impacts of Turbo-Charged Climate Change and Heatwaves

2023-07-18T15:47+0200natureworldnews (en)

The record-high temperatures that have scorched parts of Europe, North America, and Asia this summer are part of a pattern of extreme heat events that are made more likely by human-induced global warming. Heatwaves pose serious risks to human health, ecosystems, and infrastructure, and require urgent action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

China activa medidas de emergencia ante temperaturas récord y la llegada del tifón Talim

2023-07-18T15:33+0200diariolibre (es)

China vive una nueva ola de calor en el norte, al tiempo que el tifón Talim llega al sur del país. Se han registrado temperaturas récord en la provincia de Xinjiang, al noroeste, llegando a los 52.2 grados centígrados. El gigante asiático activa medidas de emergencia climática coincidiendo con la....

Hot Southern Europe: Heat could permanently change tourism

2023-07-18T14:51+0200tellerreport (en)

Zoom Image. Heat in Rome: temperature record could be broken in the coming days. Photo: Remo Casilli / REUTERS. Already on Monday, temperatures in Rome reached 39 degrees Celsius – so it was hotter in the Italian capital than in Palermo, Sicily. In Spain, 44.7 degrees were reported in the south of the country near the Andalusian city of Jaén.

Another heat wave to hit Europe next week as world soars to 53.33C

2023-07-18T14:39+0200kentlive (en)

It is expected to cool down this weekend before another heat wave starts on Tuesday. The health ministry issued 10 recommendations to protect elderly people and the sick as well as pets, urging people to stay indoors during the hottest hours, drink at least 1.5 litres of water a day and refrain from strenuous exercise at peak daylight times.

Another heat wave to hit Europe next week as world soars to 53.33C

2023-07-18T13:53+0200nottinghampost (en)

The health ministry issued 10 recommendations to protect elderly people and the sick as well as pets, urging people to stay indoors during the hottest hours, drink at least 1.5 litres of water a day and refrain from strenuous exercise at peak daylight times.

Another heat wave to hit Europe next week as world soars to 53.33C

2023-07-18T13:49+0200icWales (en)

It is expected to cool down this weekend before another heat wave starts on Tuesday. The health ministry issued 10 recommendations to protect elderly people and the sick as well as pets, urging people to stay indoors during the hottest hours, drink at least 1.5 litres of water a day and refrain from strenuous exercise at peak daylight times.

China activa medidas de emergencia ante temperaturas récord y la llegada del tifón Talim

2023-07-18T13:46+0200eldeber (es)

China vive una nueva ola de calor en el norte , al tiempo que el tifón Talim llega al sur del país. Se han registrado temperaturas récord en la provincia de Xinjiang, al noroeste, llegando a los 52,2 grados centígrados. El gigante asiático activa medidas de emergencia climática coincidiendo con la....

China activa medidas de emergencia ante temperaturas récord y la llegada del tifón Talim

2023-07-18T12:48+0200espanol-rfi-fr (es)

Recientes episodios de lluvias e inundaciones, y severas olas de calor manifiestan los efectos del cambio climático en el país, que ya ha sumado los primeros fallecimientos por las altas temperaturas este verano. Además, China padece los efectos de la sequía en los cultivos y de la alta demanda eléctrica en unas saturadas instalaciones.

China activa medidas de emergencia ante temperaturas récord y la llegada del tifón Talim

2023-07-18T11:59+0200acento (es)

China vive una nueva ola de calor en el norte, al tiempo que el tifón Talim llega al sur del país. Se han registrado temperaturas récord en la provincia de Xinjiang, al noroeste, llegando a los 52,2 grados centígrados. El gigante asiático activa medidas de emergencia climática coincidiendo con la....

Live Weather latest: Italy prepares for 48C during peak of 'Europe's hottest ever week'

2023-07-18T10:06+0200telegraph (en)

Parts of Italy are preparing to reach temperatures of 48C during the peak of Europe’s “hottest ever week,” amid a relentless heatwave and wildfires that have scorched swathes of the Northern Hemisphere. Soaring summer temperatures across southern Europe could prompt a lasting shift in tourist....

Heat waves and tipping points

2023-07-18T04:34+0200trinidadexpress (en)

“What we’re seeing is climate impacts that scientists thought would accompany certain temperatures happening far more rapidly, with far more devastating effects than had been forecast,” said Dr Simon Nicholson of the Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment at American University.

GWYNNE DYER: Heat waves and tipping points

2023-07-17T21:10+0200saltwire (en)

An aerial image shows the magnitude of the fires that raged out of control in Shelburne County, N.S. in late May and early June. As of July 16, there were 500 wildfires burning in Canada. - Communications Nova Scotia. “What we’re seeing is climate impacts that scientists thought would accompany....

meteo meteo Mercoledì il picco estremo ma il caldo proseguirà tutto luglio Dopo il picco estremo dei prossimi giorni le temperature alte proseguiranno almeno sino alla fine di luglio

2023-07-17T16:39+0200metronews (it)

. Se oggi su 27 città monitorate sono 17 quelle con “bollino rosso” (ovvero allerta di livello 3 in cui il rischio per la salute riguarda non solo i fragili ma tutta la popolazione), domani saliranno a 20 le città infuocate e mercoledì saranno 23. Oggi in rosso sono Ancona, Bologna, Bolzano,....

Brutal heatwave sizzles Death Valley as global temperatures approach new highs

2023-07-17T12:14+0200chesterfirst (en)

The valley along part of inland California’s border with Nevada in the US has long been acknowledged as the hottest place on Earth. Meteorologists with the US National Weather Service said temperatures were expected to reach a high of 53.33C (128F) at the aptly-named Furnace Creek.

Brutal heatwave sizzles Death Valley as global temperatures approach new highs

2023-07-17T12:13+0200eadt (en)

The valley along part of inland California’s border with Nevada in the US has long been acknowledged as the hottest place on Earth. Meteorologists with the US National Weather Service said temperatures were expected to reach a high of 53.33C (128F) at the aptly-named Furnace Creek.

Brutal heatwave sizzles Death Valley as global temperatures approach new highs

2023-07-17T12:13+0200yourlocalguardian (en)

The valley along part of inland California’s border with Nevada in the US has long been acknowledged as the hottest place on Earth. Meteorologists with the US National Weather Service said temperatures were expected to reach a high of 53.33C (128F) at the aptly-named Furnace Creek.

Brutal heatwave sizzles Death Valley as global temperatures approach new highs

2023-07-17T12:10+0200eveningnews24 (en)

The valley along part of inland California’s border with Nevada in the US has long been acknowledged as the hottest place on Earth. Meteorologists with the US National Weather Service said temperatures were expected to reach a high of 53.33C (128F) at the aptly-named Furnace Creek.

Brutal heatwave sizzles Death Valley as global temperatures approach new highs

2023-07-17T12:10+0200thetelegraphandargus (en)

The valley along part of inland California’s border with Nevada in the US has long been acknowledged as the hottest place on Earth. Meteorologists with the US National Weather Service said temperatures were expected to reach a high of 53.33C (128F) at the aptly-named Furnace Creek.

Brutal heatwave sizzles Death Valley as global temperatures approach new highs

2023-07-17T12:10+0200thecomet (en)

The valley along part of inland California’s border with Nevada in the US has long been acknowledged as the hottest place on Earth. Meteorologists with the US National Weather Service said temperatures were expected to reach a high of 53.33C (128F) at the aptly-named Furnace Creek.

Brutal heatwave sizzles Death Valley as global temperatures approach new highs

2023-07-17T12:10+0200dailyecho (en)

The valley along part of inland California’s border with Nevada in the US has long been acknowledged as the hottest place on Earth. Meteorologists with the US National Weather Service said temperatures were expected to reach a high of 53.33C (128F) at the aptly-named Furnace Creek.

Brutal heatwave sizzles Death Valley as global temperatures approach new highs

2023-07-17T12:10+0200eveningtimes (en)

The valley along part of inland California’s border with Nevada in the US has long been acknowledged as the hottest place on Earth. Meteorologists with the US National Weather Service said temperatures were expected to reach a high of 53.33C (128F) at the aptly-named Furnace Creek.

Brutal heatwave sizzles Death Valley as global temperatures approach new highs

2023-07-17T12:10+0200breakingnews-ie (en)

The heatwave is just one component of the extreme weather hitting the planet over the weekend. Five people died in Pennsylvania on Saturday when heavy rains caused a sudden flash flood that swept away multiple cars. A nine-month-old boy and a two-year-old girl remain missing.

Brutal heatwave sizzles Death Valley as global temperatures approach new highs

2023-07-17T12:08+0200southwalesargus (en)

The valley along part of inland California’s border with Nevada in the US has long been acknowledged as the hottest place on Earth. Meteorologists with the US National Weather Service said temperatures were expected to reach a high of 53.33C (128F) at the aptly-named Furnace Creek.

Brutal heatwave sizzles Death Valley as global temperatures approach new highs

2023-07-17T12:08+0200salisburyjournal (en)

The valley along part of inland California’s border with Nevada in the US has long been acknowledged as the hottest place on Earth. Meteorologists with the US National Weather Service said temperatures were expected to reach a high of 53.33C (128F) at the aptly-named Furnace Creek.

Brutal heatwave sizzles Death Valley as global temperatures approach new highs

2023-07-17T12:08+0200newsandstar (en)

The valley along part of inland California’s border with Nevada in the US has long been acknowledged as the hottest place on Earth. Meteorologists with the US National Weather Service said temperatures were expected to reach a high of 53.33C (128F) at the aptly-named Furnace Creek.

Brutal heatwave sizzles Death Valley as global temperatures approach new highs

2023-07-17T12:07+0200hertsad (en)

The valley along part of inland California’s border with Nevada in the US has long been acknowledged as the hottest place on Earth. Meteorologists with the US National Weather Service said temperatures were expected to reach a high of 53.33C (128F) at the aptly-named Furnace Creek.

Brutal heatwave sizzles Death Valley as global temperatures approach new highs

2023-07-17T12:06+0200thenorthernecho (en)

The valley along part of inland California’s border with Nevada in the US has long been acknowledged as the hottest place on Earth. Meteorologists with the US National Weather Service said temperatures were expected to reach a high of 53.33C (128F) at the aptly-named Furnace Creek.

Brutal heatwave sizzles Death Valley as global temperatures approach new highs

2023-07-17T12:05+0200edp24 (en)

The valley along part of inland California’s border with Nevada in the US has long been acknowledged as the hottest place on Earth. Meteorologists with the US National Weather Service said temperatures were expected to reach a high of 53.33C (128F) at the aptly-named Furnace Creek.

China activa sistema de emergencia ante proximidad de tifón

2023-07-16T08:24+0200prensa-latina (es)

Beijing, 16 jul (Prensa Latina) China mantiene activo hoy su sistema de alerta para tifones en las regiones meridionales de Guangdong, Guangxi y Hainan, ante la próxima llegada de Talim. De acuerdo con las autoridades, se trata del cuarto evento meteorológico de este tipo que afecta al gigante asiático en 2023.

ONU: cambio climático aumenta estragos de tormentas de arena

2023-07-14T01:34+0200elnuevosiglo (es)

Vivir una tormenta de arena o polvo puede ser aterrador. Cuando las nubes ondulantes lo engullen todo a su paso, las tempestades convierten el día en noche y causan estragos en los seres humanos y la naturaleza. Las más feroces son como tsunamis de arena.

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