Overall Green alert Drought for Western Kazakhstan-Southern Urals-2019
in Kazakhstan, Russia

Event summary

The drought has lasted for 2 months. Drought indicators suggest anomalies typical of mild to severe events.

GDACS ID DR 1013220
Name: Western Kazakhstan-Southern Urals-2019
Countries: Kazakhstan, Russia
Start Date: End of May 2019
Duration: 93 days
Impact: Minor impact for agricultural drought in 248836 km2
More info: Global Drought Observatory


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And while there may have been some hope that certain countries could escape the brunt of the impact, a new study suggests that "virtually all" nations will be negatively affected by The study, published by the National Bureau of Economic R
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However, a new study co-authored by researchers from the University of Cambridge suggests that virtually all countries – whether rich or poor, hot or cold – will suffer economically by 2100 if the current trajectory of carbon emissions is m
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Aug. 19, 2019 – Prevailing economic research anticipates the burden of climate change falling on hot or poor nations. Some predict that cooler or wealthier economies will be unaffected or even see benefits from higher temperatures. However,

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