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Large parts of world drier than normal in 2021: WMO

2022-12-01T22:43+0100wam-en (en)

GENEVA,1st December, 2022 (WAM) -- Most of the globe was drier than normal in 2021, with “cascading effects on economies, ecosystems and our daily lives”, the UN World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) said. According to the agency’s first report on global water resources, areas that were unusually....

Large parts of world drier than normal in 2021: WMO

2022-12-01T13:47+0100smartwatermagazine (en)

According to the agency’s first report on global water resources, areas that were unusually dry included South America’s Rio de la Plata area, where a persistent drought has affected the region since 2019. In Africa, major rivers such as the Niger, Volta, Nile and Congo had below-average water flow in 2021.

State of Global Water Resources report informs on rivers, land water storage and glaciers

2022-12-01T13:47+0100smartwatermagazine (en)

The World Meteorological Organization has published its first in order to assess the effects of climate, environmental and societal change on the Earth’s water resources. The aim of this annual stocktake is to support monitoring and management of global freshwater resources in an era of growing demand and limited supplies.

Italia Da oggi benzina più cara: rialzo di 10 centesimi con il decreto Meloni Dalla mezzanotte si è dimezzato lo sconto sui carburanti con l'aumento delle accise su benzina, gasolio e Gpl. Un pieno...

2022-12-01T10:07+0100quicosenza (it)

COSENZA – Il dramma di Casamicciola, con l’ennesima frana che ha seminato morti e distruzione, è solo l’ultimo di una lunga serie di eventi che negli ultimi 70 anni hanno provocato in Itala centinaia di morti. Terremoti, alluvioni, bombe d’acqua, fenomeni idrogeologici che in molte occasioni hanno....

World was Drier in 2021; WMO

2022-12-01T06:55+0100indianf (en)

(WMO). The area with below-average streamflow was approximately two times larger than the above-average area, in comparison to the 30-year hydrological average, said the agency’s first report on global water resources — STREAMFLOW AND DRY AREAS. In the report, the WMO said that areas unusually dry....

Large parts of world drier than normal in 2021: WMO

2022-11-30T14:05+0100saudigazette (en)

GENEVA — Most of the globe was drier than normal in 2021, with “cascading effects on economies, ecosystems and our daily lives”, the UN World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Tuesday. According to the agency’s first report on global water resources, areas that were unusually dry included....

State of Global Water Resources 2021 [EN/AR/ZH]

2022-11-30T12:56+0100africanewswire (en)

Geneva, 29 November 2022 – The World Meteorological Organization has published its first State of Global Water Resources report in order to assess the effects of climate, environmental and societal change on the Earth’s water resources. The aim of this annual stocktake is to support monitoring and....

Large parts of world drier than normal in 2021: WMO

2022-11-30T12:56+0100africanewswire (en)

Most of the globe was drier than normal in 2021, with “cascading effects on economies, ecosystems and our daily lives”, the UN World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Tuesday. According to the agency’s first report on global water resources, areas that were unusually dry included South....

Large Parts of World Drier Than Normal in 2021 - WMO

2022-11-30T09:06+01004-traders (en)

Most of the globe was drier than normal in 2021, with "cascading effects on economies, ecosystems and our daily lives", the UN World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Tuesday. According to the agency's first report on global water resources, areas that were unusually dry included South....

Thirst threatens humanity... Shocking numbers about water shortages and the causes of natural disasters

2022-11-30T09:01+0100tellerreport (en)

2022-11-30T07:57:24.602Z. UN Secretary-General António Guterres said that 3.6 billion people face inadequate access to water for at least one month a year. UN Secretary-General António Guterres said that 3.6 billion people face inadequate access to water for at least one month a year.

Large parts of world drier than normal in 2021: WMO

2022-11-30T01:45+0100globalissues (en)

In Africa, major rivers such as the Niger, Volta, Nile and Congo had below-average water flow in 2021. The same trend was observed in rivers in parts of Russia, West Siberia and in Central Asia. On the other hand, there were above-normal river volumes in some North American basins, the North Amazon....

All regions experienced water extremes in 2021 – UN

2022-11-30T01:16+0100citizen (en)

This photo taken on September 2, 2022 shows people sitting on a section of a parched river bed along the Yangtze River in Wuhan in China 's central Hubei province. (Photo by AFP) / China OUT / All regions of the world saw water extremes last year — both floods and droughts — and billions of people....

Large parts of world drier than normal in 2021: WMO

2022-11-30T00:48+0100un-sustainabledevelopment (en)

In Africa, major rivers such as the Niger, Volta, Nile and Congo had below-average water flow in 2021. The same trend was observed in rivers in parts of Russia, West Siberia and in Central Asia. On the other hand, there were above-normal river volumes in some North American basins, the North Amazon....

MIL-OSI Translation: Large parts of the world drier than normal in 2021 (WMO)

2022-11-29T20:49+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

MIL OSI Translation. Region: France and French Territories – Source: United Nations – in French 2. Headline: Large parts of the world drier than normal in 2021 (WMO) November 29, 2022 Climate and environment. Most of the globe was drier than normal in 2021, with “cascading effects on economies,....

Large parts of world drier than normal in 2021: WMO

2022-11-29T20:13+0100un-org (en)

In Africa, major rivers such as the Niger, Volta, Nile and Congo had below-average water flow in 2021. The same trend was observed in rivers in parts of Russia, West Siberia and in Central Asia. On the other hand, there were above-normal river volumes in some North American basins, the North Amazon....

Large parts of world drier than normal in 2021: WMO Most of the globe was drier than normal in 2021, with “cascading effects on economies, ecosystems and our daily lives”, the UN World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Tuesday.

2022-11-29T19:46+0100un-news (en)

In Africa, major rivers such as the Niger, Volta, Nile and Congo had below-average water flow in 2021. The same trend was observed in rivers in parts of Russia, West Siberia and in Central Asia. On the other hand, there were above-normal river volumes in some North American basins, the North Amazon....

Report: Much of the world was drier than usual last year despite La Niña

2022-11-29T19:14+0100phys (en)

The World Meteorological Organization has published its first State of Global Water Resources report in order to assess the effects of climate, environmental and societal change on the Earth's water resources. The aim of this annual stocktake is to support monitoring and management of global....

State of Global Water Resources report informs on rivers, land water storage and glaciers

2022-11-29T13:59+0100wmo (en)

Geneva, 29 November 2022 - The World Meteorological Organization has published its first State of Global Water Resources report in order to assess the effects of climate, environmental and societal change on the Earth’s water resources. The aim of this annual stocktake is to support monitoring and....

UN: All regions experienced devastating water extremes in 2021

2022-11-29T13:53+0100trtworld (en)

In China , Poyang Lake is facing low water levels due to a regional drought in Lushan, Jiangxi province. (Reuters) All regions of the world saw water extremes last year, both floods and droughts, and billions of people had insufficient freshwater, the United Nations has said.

State of Global Water Resources 2021

2022-11-29T12:18+0100reliefWeb (en)

WMO reports on freshwater availability in a changing climate. Geneva, 29 November 2022 - The World Meteorological Organization has published its first State of Global Water Resources report in order to assess the effects of climate, environmental and societal change on the Earth's water resources.

MIL-OSI United Nations: State of Global Water Resources report informs on rivers, land water...

2022-11-29T11:20+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Source: World Meteorological Organization. Geneva, 29 November 2022 – The World Meteorological Organization has published its first State of Global Water Resources report in order to assess the effects of climate, environmental and societal change on the Earth’s water resources.

State of Global Water Resources report informs on rivers, land water storage and glaciers

2022-11-29T11:12+0100miragenews (en)

Geneva, 29 November 2022 – The World Meteorological Organization has published its first State of Global Water Resources report in order to assess the effects of climate, environmental and societal change on the Earth’s water resources. The aim of this annual stocktake is to support monitoring and....

Atmosphere, Vol. 13, Pages 1986: Analysis of Spatio-Temporal Evolution Characteristics of Drought and Its Driving Factors in Yangtze River Basin Based on SPEI

2022-11-28T11:10+0100mdpi (en)

The drought index is an important method for quantitatively calculating the severity and impact of drought [ 8 ]. Drought indices are vital to objectively quantify and compare drought severity, duration, and extent across regions with varied climatic and hydrologic regimes [ 9 ].

Human population is 8 billion strong: Where does it leave space and resources for animals and other species?

2022-11-28T07:50+0100firstpost (en)

Even on a slowing basis, the world has generated a population of 8 billion human beings as of the middle of November 2022. It will continue to grow to an estimated 10.4 billion people by 2100. With so many people teeming about, in India and China alone, some 3 billion of the present total, knowing....

Remote Sensing, Vol. 14, Pages 5994: Agricultural Drought Assessment in a Typical Plain Region Based on Coupled Hydrology–Crop Growth Model and Remote Sensing Data

2022-11-26T10:24+0100mdpi (en)

Jiangsu Province is in the Jianghuai region of eastern China and has a total area of 107,200 square kilometers, spanning across 30°45′–35°08′ north latitude and 116°21′–121°56′E longitude, bordering Shanghai, Zhejiang, Anhui, and Shandong. Jiangsu is a coastal area across a river, with many lakes and a flat terrain.

Sponge cities cushion impact of climate change

2022-11-25T18:24+0100finance-commerce (en)

BEIJING — To cushion the impact of extreme weather due to climate change, a Chinese landscape architect has been making the case for China and other countries to create so-called “sponge cities.” Yu Kongjian, who spoke to The Associated Press in Beijing, uses sweeping language to express his vision....

How Afghan refugees used their knowledge of farming in dry regions to transform arid Balochistan

2022-11-24T15:10+0100scroll-in (en)

Mohammad Tahir Khan looks thinner than other Afghans. He’s wearing a red-coloured shalwar qameez which matches his ruddy face, a turban tied on his head in the Afghan manner. An old watch sits on his wrist but his long grey beard, thinner than his body, makes him resemble an Uighur man from the Muslim-dominated Xinjiang province of China .

How Afghan refugees used their knowledge of farming in dry regions to transform arid Balochistan

2022-11-24T15:04+0100newsnow-co-uk (en)

Mohammad Tahir Khan looks thinner than other Afghans. He’s wearing a red-coloured shalwar qameez which matches his ruddy face, a turban tied on his head in the Afghan manner. An old watch sits on his wrist but his long grey beard, thinner than his body, makes him resemble an Uighur man from the Muslim-dominated Xinjiang province of China .

Global heating to drive stronger to La Niña and El Niño events by 2030, researchers say

2022-11-24T03:01+0100pasifika (en)

Researchers predict Pacific La Niña and El Niño events to be stronger than ever by 2030 and warn people to prepare for prolonged droughts and extreme flooding in the future. Stronger La Niña and El Niño events due to global heating will be detectable in the eastern Pacific Ocean by 2030, decades....

How Afghans are turning Balochistan green

2022-11-20T07:11+0100dawn (en)

Akbar Notezai / White Star. Mohammad Tahir Khan looks thinner than other Afghans. He’s wearing a red-coloured shalwar qameez which matches his ruddy face, a turban tied on his head in the Afghan manner. An old watch sits on his wrist but his long grey beard, thinner than his body, makes him resemble....

Soaking up solutions: As climate warms, a China planner advocates ‘sponge cities’

2022-11-19T12:41+0100arkansasonline (en)

BEIJING -- To cushion the impact of extreme weather due to climate change, a Chinese landscape architect has been making the case for China and other countries to create so-called "sponge cities." Yu Kongjian, who spoke to The Associated Press in Beijing, uses sweeping language to express his vision....

Not because of the war this time... Millions of people are threatened with emigration from their countries

2022-11-19T06:54+0100tellerreport (en)

LONDON. - Those who believe that the refugee crisis may stop with the cessation of armed conflicts in poor countries are mistaken, as the world is on the verge of a new type of asylum, the victims of which are numbering in the millions, and in the next few years they will turn into tens of millions,....

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T22:22+0100islandpacket (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T22:22+0100kansascity (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T22:20+0100myrtlebeachonline (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T22:20+0100fresnobee (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T22:19+0100sunherald (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T22:17+0100kansas (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T22:17+0100newsobserver (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T22:16+0100idahostatesman (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T22:16+0100star-telegram (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T22:15+0100bnd (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T22:04+0100thenewstribune (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T22:03+0100charlotteobserver (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T22:02+0100theolympian (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T22:00+0100tri-cityherald (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T21:59+0100heraldonline (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T21:58+0100kentucky (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T21:58+0100macon (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

The Countries With the Highest Flood Risk

2022-11-18T21:57+0100ledger-enquirer (en)

As much as 23% of the world's population is exposed to flooding, taking lives, threatening livelihoods, and causing massive economic damage. Two weeks after Hurricane Ian, hundreds of homes in central Florida were still submerged in floodwater, and that way for weeks. Florida has 3.

Floods in Pakistan, hurricane in US, nearly daily extreme weather events in India: the severe climate disasters of 2022

2022-11-18T17:08+0100expressindia (en)

As developing and vulnerable nations like India continue to demand compensation from developed nations for climate-induced damages, we look back at global catastrophes which severely impacted life on Earth during the year. Pakistan floods: The worst in the country’s recent history.

Turning the tide on water wastage

2022-11-18T03:38+0100euranetplus-inside (en)

Extreme weather events. Heat waves and droughts lead to water shortages and forest fires, while heavy rainfall can bring about flooding and mighty storms. Both weather extremes have devastating economic, social and even psychological impact on affected regions.

Wali Ejaz Nekokara Climate change and water resources in Pakistan

2022-11-17T03:41+0100nation (en)

is one of the most unavoidable issues of our time. It is affecting the earth in multiple ways; water scarcity is one of them. Climate change and depleting water resources have a deep relationship. An article titled “Water and Climate Change : 10 things you should know” published by UNICEF sheds....

Sponge Cities May Be the Way of the Future in Flood-Prone Areas, From China to Florida By Sophie Hirsh

2022-11-16T19:29+0100greenmatters (en)

As the climate crisis continues to rage on — and world leaders continue to greenwash their efforts to tackle it — adaptation to climate change becomes more important than ever. And one proposed way of doing this is building more sponge cities, something that is already happening across China .

As climate warms, a China planner advocates ‘sponge cities’

2022-11-16T10:07+0100courthousenews (en)

Courthouse News’ podcast Sidebar tackles the stories you need to know from the legal world. Join our hosts as they take you in and out of courtrooms in the U.S. and beyond. Instead, Yu proposes using natural resources, or “green infrastructure” to create water-resilient cities.

As climate warms, a China planner advocates ‘sponge cities’

2022-11-16T02:43+0100macaudailytimes (en)

T o cushion the impact of extreme weather due to climate change, a Chinese landscape architect has been making the case for China and other countries to create so-called “sponge cities.” Yu Kongjian, who spoke to The Associated Press in Beijing, uses sweeping language to express his vision for....

As climate warms, a China planner advocates ‘sponge cities’

2022-11-16T01:50+0100haaretz (en)

A walkway goes through ponds and islets at the Fish Tail sponge park that's built on a former coal ash dump site in Nanchang in north-central China 's Jiangxi province on Sunday, Oct. 30, 2022. The concept of the park involves creating and expanding parks and ponds within urban areas to prevent flooding and absorb water for times of drought.

As climate warms, a China planner advocates "sponge cities"

2022-11-15T20:04+0100taiwannews (en)

BEIJING (AP) — To cushion the impact of extreme weather due to climate change, a Chinese landscape architect has been making the case for China and other countries to create so-called “sponge cities.” Yu Kongjian, who spoke to The Associated Press in Beijing, uses sweeping language to express his....

As climate warms, a China planner advocates 'sponge cities'

2022-11-15T19:02+0100tvnz (en)

To cushion the impact of extreme weather due to climate change, a Chinese landscape architect has been making the case for China and other countries to create so-called "sponge cities". A walkway goes through ponds and islets at the "Fish Tail" sponge park that's built on a former coal ash dump site....

As climate warms, a China planner advocates 'sponge cities'

2022-11-15T16:16+01009news (en)

Yu Kongjian, who spoke to The Associated Press in Beijing, uses sweeping language to express his vision for cities that can withstand variable temperatures, drought and heavy rainfall. The challenges for implementing this vision at a time of ambitious economic development in China are multifold.

As climate warms, a China planner advocates "sponge cities"

2022-11-15T13:24+0100thestandard-hk (en)

To cushion the impact of extreme weather due to climate change, a Chinese landscape architect has been making the case for China and other countries to create so-called “sponge cities.” Yu Kongjian, who spoke to The Associated Press in Beijing, uses sweeping language to express his vision for cities....

As climate warms, a China planner advocates 'sponge cities'

2022-11-15T08:57+0100economictimes (en)

, who spoke to The Associated Press in Beijing, uses sweeping language to express his vision for cities that can withstand variable temperatures, drought and heavy rainfall. The challenges for implementing this vision at a time of ambitious economic development in China are multifold.

As climate warms, a China planner advocates “sponge cities”

2022-11-15T08:53+0100TorontoStar (en)

BEIJING (AP) — To cushion the impact of extreme weather due to climate change, a Chinese landscape architect has been making the case for China and other countries to create so-called “sponge cities.” Yu Kongjian, who spoke to The Associated Press in Beijing, uses sweeping language to express his....

As climate warms, a China planner advocates “sponge cities”

2022-11-15T08:32+0100metro-us (en)

BEIJING (AP) — To cushion the impact of extreme weather due to climate change, a Chinese landscape architect has been making the case for China and other countries to create so-called “sponge cities.” Yu Kongjian, who spoke to The Associated Press in Beijing, uses sweeping language to express his....

As climate warms, a China planner advocates "sponge cities"

2022-11-15T08:20+0100news-gazette (en)

Champaign, IL (61820) Today. Mainly cloudy with snow showers around in the morning. High 38F. Winds NNE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of snow 60%.. Tonight. Cloudy. A few flurries or snow showers possible. Low 29F. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 mph. Updated: November 15, 2022 @ 12:48 am; BEIJING (AP) — To cushion....

As climate warms, a China planner advocates “sponge cities”

2022-11-15T08:16+0100kob (en)

“The idea of a sponge city is to recover, give water more space,” Yu said. A turning point in China ’s awareness of climate change and urban adaptation came a decade ago, Yu said. A devastating flood hit the capital city of Beijing in July 2012. Beijing’s biggest downpour in 61 years overwhelmed....

As climate warms, a China planner advocates "sponge cities"

2022-11-15T08:14+0100apnews (en)

Cities around the world are similarly trying to integrate “bioswales” along the sides of roads, protect remaining marsh areas to absorb water, and increase the capture of roof rainwater. AN EXPERIMENT UNDERWAY. In China , one demonstration park is located in the northeast corner of the city of Nanchang, southern China.

As climate warms, a China planner advocates "sponge cities"

2022-11-15T08:14+0100independent-UK (en)

To cushion the impact of extreme weather due to climate change, a Chinese landscape architect has been making the case for China and other countries to create so-called “sponge cities.” Yu Kongjian, who spoke to The Associated Press in Beijing , uses sweeping language to express his vision for....

As climate warms, a China planner advocates "sponge cities"

2022-11-15T08:14+0100clickondetroit (en)

Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. A walkway goes through ponds and islets at the "Fish Tail" sponge park that's built on a former coal ash dump site in Nanchang in north-central China 's Jiangxi province on Sunday, Oct. 30, 2022.

As climate warms, a China planner advocates "sponge cities"

2022-11-15T08:13+0100wftv (en)

BEIJING (AP) — To cushion the impact of extreme weather due to climate change, a Chinese landscape architect has been making the case for China and other countries to create so-called “sponge cities.” Yu Kongjian, who spoke to The Associated Press in Beijing, uses sweeping language to express his....

As climate warms, a China planner advocates "sponge cities"

2022-11-15T08:11+0100news4jax (en)

BEIJING – To cushion the impact of extreme weather due to climate change, a Chinese landscape architect has been making the case for China and other countries to create so-called “sponge cities.” Yu Kongjian, who spoke to The Associated Press in Beijing, uses sweeping language to express his vision....

As climate warms, a China planner advocates "sponge cities"

2022-11-15T08:11+0100sfgate (en)

Yu criticizes much of Asia’s modern infrastructure for being built on ideas imported from Europe, which he says are ill-fitted to the monsoon climate over much of the Asian continent. He points to recent floods that have wreaked havoc in many Asian cities, which he says are caused by this architectural mismatch.

As climate warms, a China planner advocates “sponge cities”

2022-11-15T08:10+0100fresnobee (en)

A child looks for fish with a net as he walks near a pond and water plants at the "Fish Tail" sponge park built on a former coal ash dump site in Nanchang in north-central China 's Jiangxi province on Saturday, Oct. 29, 2022. The concept of the park involves creating and expanding parks and ponds....

As climate warms, a China planner advocates “sponge …

2022-11-15T08:08+0100wearecentralpa (en)

BEIJING (AP) — To cushion the impact of extreme weather due to climate change, a Chinese landscape architect has been making the case for China and other countries to create so-called “sponge cities.” Yu Kongjian, who spoke to The Associated Press in Beijing, uses sweeping language to express his....

As climate warms, a China planner advocates "sponge cities"

2022-11-15T08:08+0100wsoctv (en)

BEIJING (AP) — To cushion the impact of extreme weather due to climate change, a Chinese landscape architect has been making the case for China and other countries to create so-called “sponge cities.” Yu Kongjian, who spoke to The Associated Press in Beijing, uses sweeping language to express his....

As climate warms, a China planner advocates "sponge cities"

2022-11-15T08:07+0100actionnewsjax (en)

BEIJING (AP) — To cushion the impact of extreme weather due to climate change, a Chinese landscape architect has been making the case for China and other countries to create so-called “sponge cities.” Yu Kongjian, who spoke to The Associated Press in Beijing, uses sweeping language to express his....

As climate warms, a China planner advocates “sponge cities”

2022-11-15T08:06+0100sandiegouniontribune (en)

BEIJING — To cushion the impact of extreme weather due to climate change, a Chinese landscape architect has been making the case for China and other countries to create so-called “sponge cities.” Yu Kongjian, who spoke to The Associated Press in Beijing, uses sweeping language to express his vision....

¿Cultivando niebla por agua? Canarias aprovecha un nuevo embalse.

2022-11-14T22:17+0100nuevoperiodico (es)

A medida que las Islas Canarias y las regiones de todo el mundo buscan combatir los efectos del cambio climático, la recolección de niebla se está convirtiendo en una tecnología cada vez más viable para las comunidades que enfrentan desafíos de erosión del suelo y suministro de agua.

China renews yellow alert for drought

2022-11-13T02:47+0100china.org.cn (en)

An official checks rice damage caused by drought in Tangshan Village of Shixi Township, Tongzi County of Zunyi City, southwest China 's Guizhou Province, Aug. 24, 2022. [Photo/Xinhua] China's national observatory on Saturday renewed a yellow alert for drought, as multiple regions continue to suffer a lack of rainfall.

Es el crecimiento, no el cambio climático

2022-11-12T05:01+0100vozpopuli (es)

para una nueva cumbre sobre el cambio climático. El guion es siempre el mismo: los líderes mundiales compiten entre sí para ver quien atemoriza al respetable con la mayor catástrofe, avisan alarmados de que la "crisis climática" exige un mayor compromiso para reducir las emisiones y reiteran su....

Exploring Extreme Heat Wave Events

2022-11-11T07:29+0100cas-cn (en)

The summer of 2022 brought extreme heat over most of the Eurasian continent and North America. This abnormal warming led to extraordinarily long-lasting extreme heat waves. A research team from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences has reviewed the extreme....

A review of research achievements related to the study of…

2022-11-08T20:35+0100samacharcentral (en)

The summer of 2022 brought extreme heat over most of the Eurasian continent and North America. This abnormal warming led to extraordinarily long-lasting extreme heat waves, especially in Europe and China . Because of this extreme heat, a research team has undertaken a review of the recent achievements in the study of heat waves.

A review of research achievements related to the study of extreme heat waves

2022-11-08T20:13+0100phys (en)

The summer of 2022 brought extreme heat over most of the Eurasian continent and North America. This abnormal warming led to extraordinarily long-lasting extreme heat waves, especially in Europe and China . Because of this extreme heat, a research team has undertaken a review of the recent achievements in the study of heat waves.

Team publishes review of research achievements related to study of extreme heat temperatures

2022-11-08T17:15+0100miragenews (en)

on 17 October 2022. To better understand the research that has been undertaken related to heat waves, the research team chose three journals Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, Journal of Climate, and Climate Dynamics and searched for articles whose titles contained “extreme heat/temperature” or “heat wave/heatwave.

WHO: At least 15,000 people will die from heat in Europe in 2022

2022-11-08T07:20+0100tellerreport (en)

2022-11-08T06:18:06.753Z. On November 7, local time, Kruger, director of the European Office of the World Health Organization, issued a statement on the health effects of climate change, stating that it is estimated that at least 15,000 people will die in Europe in 2022 due to high temperatures.

Why act now on climate change? Look at the disasters around you

2022-11-08T05:07+0100financial-time (en)

Water levels on the Rhine, a critical artery for the German economy, ran so low during this summer’s drought that access for cargo ships was severely reduced. At around the same time, thousands of miles away, a monsoon in Pakistan resulted in one of the worst floods in the country’s history, as....

España lanza junto a Senegal una iniciativa global contra la sequía a la que aportará cinco millones de euros

2022-11-07T17:06+0100rtve-alacarta (es)

España ha presentado junto a Senegal una iniciativa global para luchar contra la sequía a la que se han unido más de 25 países, entre ellos Estados Unidos o China , además de la Unión Europea. Nuestro país aportará un fondo inicial de cinco millones de euros en el primer año de vida de esta alianza,....

National Climate Center: Precipitation in Jiangnan, South China, Southwest China and other places continued to be low in November

2022-11-07T07:12+0100tellerreport (en)

China News Service, November 7th. The China Meteorological Administration held a press conference on the 7th. At the meeting, Xiao Chan, deputy director of the National Climate Center, introduced the national weather and climate characteristics in October, the forecast of climate trends in November and the weather service tips.

Last eight years hottest ever as target to avert climate disaster 'barely within reach'

2022-11-07T01:09+0100themirror (en)

The past eight years are on track to be the hottest on record, bringing ever more deadly impacts of ­climate change, the UN has warned. The report, by the UN’s World ­Meteorological Organization, sets out how record greenhouse gases are supercharging extreme weather and driving sea level and ice melting to new highs.

Climate crisis: past eight years were the eight hottest ever, says UN

2022-11-06T19:15+0100newsbreak-USA (en)

Forest fires approach the village of Pefki on Evia, Greece's second-largest island, in August during the worst heatwave in decades. The past eight years were the eight hottest ever recorded, a new UN report has found, indicating the world is now deep into the climate crisis. The internationally agreed 1.

At COP 27 the cry of suffering of the planet. The "State of the global climate in 2022" report

2022-11-06T17:53+0100tellerreport (en)

The last 8 years. have been the hottest of those recorded so far, fueled by ever-increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases and heat accumulated in the sea. The average temperature in 2022 is about 1.15 degrees Celsius. above pre-industrial levels (i.e. the average temperature of the period 1850-1900).

Photos: High hopes for COP27, but warnings of disappointment

2022-11-06T09:46+0100aljazeera-en (en)

Victims of the unprecedented flooding from monsoon rains use a makeshift barge to carry hay for cattle, in Jaffarabad, a district of Pakistan's southwestern Balochistan province, after widespread flooding displaced hundreds of thousands. [Fareed Khan/Reuters] Since 1992, when world leaders first....

Vandalizing nature paintings.. the new way of protesting climate activists

2022-11-05T20:13+0100tellerreport (en)

At a time when climate change has reached a degree of danger threatening the extinction of the human race itself, and after former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke last year that the Egyptian city of Alexandria is one of the cities threatened with drowning in a few years, climate issues....

Climate change made summer droughts likelier

2022-11-03T17:16+0100agriview (en)

The 2022 Northern Hemisphere summer was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe. There were more than 24,000 heat-related fatalities, and it brought intense heatwaves to parts of China and North America. The summer also was very dry and resulting droughts caused widespread water shortages, wildfires and crop failures.

La cosecha de trigo australiana anegada se enfrenta a importantes degradaciones de calidad

2022-11-03T10:06+0100101noticias (es)

Por Naveen Thukral y Sonali Paul. SINGAPUR/MELBOURNE, 3 de noviembre (Reuters) Las inundaciones y las lluvias excesivas en partes clave de las áreas de cultivo de trigo de Australia han provocado grandes daños a lo que se esperaba que fuera una cosecha récord de alta calidad hace solo unas semanas,....

Ministries warn of drought, other natural disaster risks for November

2022-11-01T17:26+0100globaltimes (en)

Aerial photo taken on Aug. 24, 2022 shows a section of the Yangtze River in Chaisang District of Jiujiang City, east China 's Jiangxi Province. Due to continuous high temperature and less rainfall, the water level of Yangtze River in some parts of Jiujiang City has fallen significantly.

Multi-sector: 4 cold air processes will affect northern my country in November

2022-11-01T03:19+0100tellerreport (en)

2022-11-01T02:15:37.095Z. Affected by the continuous high temperature, high temperature and little rainfall, the forest fire danger level in some areas in southern Zhejiang, western Fujian, central and southern Jiangxi, central and southern Hunan, northern Guangdong, northeastern Guangxi, and....

Risultati campagna antincendio boschivi nel Parco Nazionale del Vesuvio

2022-10-28T09:12+0200expartibus (it)

Pochissimi gli incendi nel 2022, pronti a continuare ad investire in sicurezza e prevenzione per il 2023. Riceviamo e pubblichiamo. Mercoledì 26 ottobre, ad Ottaviano (NA) sono stati ufficialmente presentati i risultati della campagna antincendio boschivi 2022 nel Parco Nazionale del Vesuvio,....

Wildfire on Mount Kilimanjaro reignites

2022-10-26T13:03+0200newindianexpress (en)

TANZANIA: A wildfire that officials thought was under control on Africa's highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro, has reignited, Tanzanian officials said on Tuesday. The blaze began on Friday evening near the Karanga site used by climbers ascending the famous peak, at about 4,000 metres (13,000 feet) altitude on its south side.

Why climate change must define our elections

2022-10-24T15:56+0200vanguardngr (en)

BY NICK DAZANG. FOLLOWING unprecedented rainfall this year, the vast length and breadth of this country has been flooded. Most adversely impacted are Kogi and Bayelsa states. Kogi State, which is located smack on the confluence of Rivers Niger and Benue, has been submerged by water.

Report | 5 min read Frequently Asked Questions About Global Warming By Ben Lieberman

2022-10-23T23:04+0200heritage (en)

There has never been much doubt that the release of carbon dioxide, a natural constituent of the atmosphere and a byproduct of fossil fuel combustion, has some warming effect on the planet. But the impact of man-made emissions of this greenhouse gas may be minor.

24 de octubre, Día Internacional contra el cambio climático

2022-10-23T11:22+0200tiempo-es (es)

Un evento causado como consecuencia del fenómeno de La Niña, repotenciado por el cambio climático ocurrió el pasado 8 de octubre en la ciudad de Las Tejerías, en el edo. Aragua la cual se encuentra a unos 62 Km del Lago de Valencia y forma parte de la Región de los Valles de Aragua Hace 2 horas 6....

Resumen del mercado global de la mandarina

2022-10-21T17:15+0200educacion (es)

La situación actual en el mercado mundial de la mandarina presenta muchas variaciones. Unos volúmenes reducidos combinados con una buena demanda de este cítrico en muchos países han hecho que la temporada haya comenzado con precios inusualmente altos en mercados de todo el mundo.

Resumen del mercado global de la mandarina

2022-10-21T16:17+0200freshplaza (es)

La situación actual en el mercado mundial de la mandarina presenta muchas variaciones. Unos volúmenes reducidos combinados con una buena demanda de este cítrico en muchos países han hecho que la temporada haya comenzado con precios inusualmente altos en mercados de todo el mundo.

Floods: Build Dams, Desilt Major Rivers, Okowa Urges FG

2022-10-19T04:54+0200thisdayonline (en)

•Diri seeks FG’s support, directs workers to go on one-week break. •Niger Delta Affairs Minister promises medical, infrastructural relief to Bayelsa, Rivers, others. Olusegun Samuel in Yenagoa and Peter Uzoho in Lagos Worried by the devastation caused by floods in many states in the country, Delta....

Nigeria Floods Kill Hundreds and Displace Over a Million

2022-10-17T20:39+0200nytimes (en)

Nigeria is suffering its worst flooding in a decade, with vast areas of farmland, infrastructure and 200,000 homes partly or wholly destroyed. Then there are the lives that have been lost. At least 603 lives have died, more than 2,400 other people injured and over 1.4 million displaced.

Cold and dry! The wind and cooling are coming, pay attention to this!

2022-10-17T17:01+0200tellerreport (en)

2022-10-17T15:00:25.629Z. Cold air + typhoon "Nasa", these two days, under the joint influence of the two, persistent strong winds have occurred in the central and eastern regions of my country and the eastern and southern waters. According to the forecast of the Central Meteorological Observatory,....

History Shows Us Floods And Droughts Are Nothing New

2022-10-17T16:41+0200climatechangedispatch (en)

There is nothing unusual about today’s floods, fires, droughts, homelessness, and hunger – they have always been part of the human story. But satellite technology allows us to track them better and our worldwide media revels in disaster reporting , bringing tearfully tragic scenes into every living room, every night.

Summer droughts in 2022 have become extremely likely due to climate change

2022-10-16T20:53+0200europesun (en)

Zurich [Switzerland], October 16 (ANI): The Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe, with around 24,000 heat-related fatalities. It also caused catastrophic heat waves in China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought....

Summer droughts in 2022 have become extremely likely due to climate change

2022-10-16T20:06+0200northernirelandnews (en)

Zurich [Switzerland], October 16 (ANI): The Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe, with around 24,000 heat-related fatalities. It also caused catastrophic heat waves in China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought....

Summer droughts in 2022 have become extremely likely due to climate change

2022-10-16T20:05+0200nigeriasun (en)

Zurich [Switzerland], October 16 (ANI): The Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe, with around 24,000 heat-related fatalities. It also caused catastrophic heat waves in China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought....

Summer droughts in 2022 have become extremely likely due to climate change

2022-10-16T19:50+0200longbeachstar (en)

Zurich [Switzerland], October 16 (ANI): The Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe, with around 24,000 heat-related fatalities. It also caused catastrophic heat waves in China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought....

Summer droughts in 2022 have become extremely likely due to climate change

2022-10-16T19:47+0200cambodiantimes (en)

Zurich [Switzerland], October 16 (ANI): The Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe, with around 24,000 heat-related fatalities. It also caused catastrophic heat waves in China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought....

Science News | Summer Droughts in 2022 Have Become Extremely Likely Due to Climate Change

2022-10-16T18:37+0200latestly (en)

Zurich [Switzerland], October 16 (ANI): The Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe, with around 24,000 heat-related fatalities. It also caused catastrophic heat waves in China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought....

Droughts in 2022 have become extremely likely due to climate

2022-10-16T18:26+0200aninews (en)

Zurich [Switzerland], October 16 (ANI): The Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe, with around 24,000 heat-related fatalities. It also caused catastrophic heat waves in China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought....

Chinese delegation reaches Pakistan for flood management analysis

2022-10-14T06:59+0200dailytimesPK (en)

An 11-member delegation of Chinese experts arrived in Pakistan to share their technical knowledge and experience with the country regarding flood management analysis based on meteorological, hydrological, hydraulic, geospatial, and damages and losses datasets.

Droughts could leave us without milk, beer, and so much more

2022-10-13T19:04+0200samacharcentral (en)

Records show that Europe has never been as dry as in recent decades. Drought has direct consequences on our lives, not least because it threatens basic foodstuffs such as milk. Remember that a cow needs more than 100 liters of water per day to produce milk, and that recently farms have been closing....

Chinese team to jointly work with Pakistani experts, share experience in floods management

2022-10-13T17:15+0200urdupoint (en)

The Chinese Government and people attached great sympathies and concern to the suffering people in wake of the unforeseen catastrophic floods in Pakistan, Xu Xianbiao, Department of Flood Control and Drought Relief, Ministry of Emergency Management of China .

Chinese delegation reached Pakistan for flood management analysis

2022-10-13T11:30+0200nation (en)

An 11-member delegation of Chinese experts arrived in Pakistan to share their technical knowledge and experience with the country regarding flood management analysis based on meteorological, hydrological, hydraulic, geospatial, and damages and losses datasets.

Water-control principles used in ancient Chinese irrigation systems remain as useful as ever

2022-10-12T17:27+0200wingsenvironmental (en)

People pilot boats among the raised fields of the Xinghua Duotian Irrigation and Drainage System in East China ’s Jiangsu Province. Photo: VCG. Editor’s Note: Four Chinese historical irrigation sites were recognized as World Heritage Irrigation Structures, the International Commission on Irrigation....

Water-control principles used in ancient Chinese irrigation systems remain as useful as ever

2022-10-12T16:54+0200globaltimes (en)

The Chongyi Shangbao Terraces in East China 's Jiangxi Province Photo: VCG People pilot boats among the raised fields of the Xinghua Duotian Irrigation and Drainage System in East China's Jiangsu Province. Photo: VCG Editor's Note: Four Chinese historical irrigation sites were recognized as World....

Climate change made 2022 summer droughts more likely

2022-10-12T15:00+0200futurity (en)

The 2022 Northern Hemisphere summer was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe with over 24,000 heat-related fatalities, and it brought intense heatwaves to parts of China and North America. It was also very dry, and the resulting drought caused widespread water shortages, wildfires, and crop....

Controlling water and revitalizing water: a historic change in my country's water conservancy

2022-10-11T04:40+0200tellerreport (en)

【Ten years answer sheet】 On October 7th, the Yongding River, which flows through Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Jinmeng and Mongolia, sent people a message of revival and vitality of a river with a singing and galloping attitude. At 10:00 this morning, with the Tianjin Qujiadian Water Conservancy The hub....

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2022-10-11T01:38+0200helsinkitimes (en)

With almost 24,000 heat-related deaths , the Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe. It also brought severe heat waves to regions of China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought had an influence on the availability of....

They’re ‘world champions’ of banishing water. Now, the Dutch need to keep it.

2022-10-10T23:27+0200bostonglobe (en)

ENSCHEDE, the Netherlands — The story of the Netherlands’ centuries of struggle against water is written all over its boggy, low-lying landscape. Windmills pumped water out of sodden farmland and canals whisked it away. Dikes stopped more from flooding in.

Understanding extreme weather events

2022-10-10T19:41+0200manilatimes (en)

AS the Earth gets hotter, frequent and more intense weather events have unfolded around the world. Extreme weather events are considered by the United States' National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine as those that produce unusually high or low levels of rain or snow, temperature, wind or other effects.

Climate change makes 2022 summer drought much more likely

2022-10-10T17:46+0200worldakkam (en)

About 24,000 people died from heatstroke The 2022 northern hemisphere summer was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe.It also brought severe heatwaves to regions of China and North America. In addition, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought not only affected energy availability, but....

2022 summer droughts became extremely likely due to climate change

2022-10-10T16:54+0200europesun (en)

Zurich [Switzerland], October 10 (ANI): With almost 24,000 heat-related deaths, the Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe. It also brought severe heat waves to regions of China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought....

2022 summer droughts became extremely likely due to climate change

2022-10-10T13:32+0200longbeachstar (en)

Zurich [Switzerland], October 10 (ANI): With almost 24,000 heat-related deaths, the Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe. It also brought severe heat waves to regions of China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought....

2022 summer droughts became extremely likely due to climate change

2022-10-10T13:17+0200nigeriasun (en)

Zurich [Switzerland], October 10 (ANI): With almost 24,000 heat-related deaths, the Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe. It also brought severe heat waves to regions of China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought....

2022 summer droughts became extremely likely due to climate change

2022-10-10T13:16+0200cambodiantimes (en)

Zurich [Switzerland], October 10 (ANI): With almost 24,000 heat-related deaths, the Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe. It also brought severe heat waves to regions of China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought....

2022 summer droughts became extremely likely due to climate change

2022-10-10T12:57+0200manilametro (en)

Zurich [Switzerland], October 10 (ANI): With almost 24,000 heat-related deaths, the Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe. It also brought severe heat waves to regions of China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought....

2022 summer droughts became extremely likely due to climate change

2022-10-10T12:40+0200northernirelandnews (en)

Zurich [Switzerland], October 10 (ANI): With almost 24,000 heat-related deaths, the Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe. It also brought severe heat waves to regions of China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought....

2022 summer droughts became extremely likely due to climate change

2022-10-10T12:25+0200thestatesman (en)

With almost 24,000 heat-related deaths, the Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe. It also brought severe heat waves to regions of China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought had an influence on the availability of....

Science News | 2022 Summer Droughts Became Extremely Likely Due to Climate Change

2022-10-10T11:56+0200latestly (en)

Zurich [Switzerland], October 10 (ANI): With almost 24,000 heat-related deaths, the Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe. It also brought severe heat waves to regions of China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought....

2022 summer droughts became extremely likely due to climate chang

2022-10-10T11:40+0200aninews (en)

Zurich [Switzerland], October 10 (ANI): With almost 24,000 heat-related deaths, the Northern Hemisphere summer of 2022 was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe. It also brought severe heat waves to regions of China and North America. Additionally, it was extremely dry, and the ensuing drought....

Climate Change Made 2022 Drought 'At Least 20 Times Likelier'

2022-10-10T11:04+0200ibtimes (en)

Producers in Europe and China have warned of significantly lower than expected harvests in crop staples due to the dry spell. Human-caused climate change made this summer's drought across the Northern Hemisphere at least 20 times more likely, according to a rapid analysis released Wednesday that....

High Temperatures Worsened by Climate Change Dried Out Soils Across Europe and Northern Hemisphere

2022-10-08T17:37+0200natureworldnews (en)

The summer of 2022 in the Northern Hemisphere was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe, with over 24,000 heat-related deaths, and it brought intense heat waves to parts of China and North America. It was also extremely dry, resulting in widespread water shortages, wildfires, and crop failures,....

Climate change made the 2022 summer droughts more likely…

2022-10-07T20:43+0200vervetimes (en)

The 2022 Northern Hemisphere summer was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe with over 24,000 heat-related fatalities, and brought intense heatwaves to parts of China and North America. It was also very dry, and the resulting drought caused widespread water shortages, wildfires and crop....

7-Oct-2022 Climate change made the 2022 summer droughts more likely ETH Zurich Reports and Proceedings High temperatures, fuelled by climate change, dried out soils across Europe and the Northern Hemisphere this summer, finds a team of climate scientists led by ETH Zurich in the name of the World Weather Attribution group.

2022-10-07T15:29+0200eurekalert (en)

The 2022 Northern Hemisphere summer was one of the hottest ever recorded in Europe with over 24,000 heat-related fatalities, and brought intense heatwaves to parts of China and North America. It was also very dry, and the resulting drought caused widespread water shortages, wildfires and crop....

global water crisis

2022-10-07T00:06+0200tellerreport (en)

Muhammad Salem Al Ali. October 07 2022. A recent study indicates, according to publications of the World Economic Forum, that natural disasters related to water, such as storms, floods, droughts and a lack of rain, could cost the global gross domestic product (GDP) 5.

Climate change made 2022 drought 'at least 20 times likelier'

2022-10-06T19:47+0200omanobserver-om (en)

PARIS: Human-caused climate change made this summer's drought across the Northern Hemisphere at least 20 times more likely, according to a rapid analysis that warns such extreme dry periods will become increasingly common with global heating. The three months from June-August were the hottest in....

Climate change made this summer’s droughts around the world 20 times more likely, study finds

2022-10-06T18:19+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

Droughts that struck three continents this summer — drying out large parts of Europe, the United States and China — were made 20 times more likely by climate change, according to a new study. Drought dried up major rivers, destroyed crops, sparked wildfire, threatened aquatic species and led to water restrictions in Europe.

'Climate change made 2022 drought likelier'

2022-10-06T18:10+0200manilatimes (en)

PARIS: Human-caused climate change made this summer's drought across the Northern Hemisphere at least 20 times more likely, according to a rapid analysis released on Wednesday that warns such extreme dry periods would become increasingly common with global heating.

Climate change made 2022 drought 'at least 20 times likelier'

2022-10-06T16:18+0200gmanews (en)

PARIS, France - Human-caused climate change made this summer's drought across the Northern Hemisphere at least 20 times more likely, according to a rapid analysis released Wednesday that warns such extreme dry periods will become increasingly common with global heating.

Global warming: Extreme droughts 20 times more likely under current climate conditions

2022-10-06T15:48+0200elpais-en (en)

From the United States to China via Europe, the summer of 2022 was marked by drought across much of the Northern Hemisphere. Amid a climate crisis that is presenting its most damaging front in every corner of the planet, the question is almost inevitable: is global warming the root cause of the....

Climate change has made droughts 20 times more likely

2022-10-06T15:32+0200earth (en)

According to the World Weather Attribution service, climate change made the record droughts experienced by the Northern Hemisphere this summer at least 20 times more likely. Without anthropogenic global warming, such an event would have been expected to occur only once every four centuries.

Climate change has made droughts 20 times more likely • Earth.com

2022-10-06T15:07+0200wingsenvironmental (en)

According to the World Weather Attribution service, climate change made the record droughts experienced by the Northern Hemisphere this summer at least 20 times more likely. Without anthropogenic global warming, such an event would have been expected to occur only once every four centuries.

Climate change made this summer's droughts around the world 20 times more likely, study finds

2022-10-06T11:53+0200latimes (en)

Droughts that struck three continents this summer — drying out large parts of Europe, the United States and China — were made 20 times more likely by climate change, according to a new study. Drought dried up major rivers, destroyed crops, sparked wildfire, threatened aquatic species and led to water restrictions in Europe.

Climate change made 2022 drought 'at least 20 times likelier'

2022-10-06T10:28+0200terradaily (en)

Human-caused climate change made this summer's drought across the Northern Hemisphere at least 20 times more likely, according to a rapid analysis released Wednesday that warns such extreme dry periods will become increasingly common with global heating.

Climate change made 2022 drought ‘at least 20 times likelier’

2022-10-06T07:17+0200iraqinews (en)

Paris – Human-caused climate change made this summer’s drought across the Northern Hemisphere at least 20 times more likely, according to a rapid analysis released Wednesday that warns such extreme dry periods will become increasingly common with global heating.

Climate Change Made 2022 Drought 'At Least 20 Times Likelier'

2022-10-06T06:53+0200news18 (en)

Human-caused climate change made this summer’s drought across the Northern Hemisphere at least 20 times more likely, according to a rapid analysis released Wednesday that warns such extreme dry periods will become increasingly common with global heating.

Climate crisis made summer drought 20 times more likely, scientists find - The Guardian

2022-10-06T06:34+0200google-top-stories (en)

The climate crisis made the record drought across the northern hemisphere this summer at least 20 times more likely, scientists have calculated. Without human-caused global heating, the event would have been expected only once every four centuries. The drought hit crop production and power supplies,....

Climate change made 2022’s northern-hemisphere droughts ‘at least 20 times’ more likely

2022-10-06T05:19+0200carbonbrief (en)

The droughts seen across the northern hemisphere this summer were made “at least 20 times more likely” by human-caused climate change, according to a new “rapid-attribution” study. The summer of 2022 saw Europe’s . A combination of record-breaking temperatures and low rainfall caused rivers to dry,....

Climate change made 2022 drought 'at least 20 times likelier'

2022-10-06T05:17+0200urdupoint (en)

Paris, Oct 6 (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 6th Oct, 2022 ) :Human-caused climate change made this summer's drought across the Northern Hemisphere at least 20 times more likely, according to a rapid analysis released Wednesday that warns such extreme dry periods will become increasingly common with global heating.

Study: Climate change made 2022 drought 'at least 20 times likelier'

2022-10-06T04:10+0200cgtn (en)

Human-caused climate change made this summer's drought across the Northern Hemisphere at least 20 times more likely, according to a rapid analysis released Wednesday that warns such extreme dry periods will become increasingly common with global heating.

Climate change made 2022 drought 'at least 20 times likelier'

2022-10-06T03:53+0200tuko (en)

The three months from June-August were the hottest in Europe since records began, and the exceptionally high temperatures led to the worst drought the continent has witnessed since the Middle Ages. Crops withered in European breadbaskets, as the historic dry spell drove record wildfire intensity....

Climate crisis made 2022 drought 'at least 20 times likelier'

2022-10-06T03:28+0200trtworld (en)

Producers in Europe and China have warned of significantly lower than expected harvests in crop staples due to drought and food prices hike. (Reuters Archive) The human-caused climate crisis has made this summer's drought across the Northern Hemisphere at least 20 times more likely, according to a....

Climate change made 2022 drought ‘at least 20 times likelier’

2022-10-06T01:51+0200themalaymailonline (en)

PARIS, Oct 6 — Human-caused climate change made this summer’s drought across the Northern Hemisphere at least 20 times more likely, according to a rapid analysis released Wednesday that warns such extreme dry periods will become increasingly common with global heating.

Climate change made 2022 drought ‘at least 20 times likelier’

2022-10-06T01:50+0200malaymail (en)

PARIS, Oct 6 — Human-caused climate change made this summer’s drought across the Northern Hemisphere at least 20 times more likely, according to a rapid analysis released Wednesday that warns such extreme dry periods will become increasingly common with global heating.

Climate change made 2022 drought ’20 times likelier’

2022-10-06T01:49+0200digitpatrox (en)

Human-caused local weather change made this summer season’s drought throughout the Northern Hemisphere a minimum of 20 occasions extra possible, in line with a speedy evaluation launched as we speak that warns such excessive dry durations will turn out to be more and more widespread with international heating.

Climate change made 2022 drought 'at least 20 times likelier'

2022-10-06T01:16+0200BangkokPost (en)

PARIS: Human-caused climate change made this summer's drought across the Northern Hemisphere at least 20 times more likely, according to a rapid analysis released Wednesday that warns such extreme dry periods will become increasingly common with global heating.

Climate change made summer drought 20 times more likely

2022-10-06T00:42+0200whatsnew2day (en)

Droughts that stretched across three continents this summer — drying out much of Europe, the United States and China — were made 20 times more likely by climate change, according to a new study. Drought dried up major rivers, destroyed crops, caused wildfires, endangered aquatic species and led to water restrictions in Europe.

Climate Change Made 2022 Drought 'At Least 20 Times Likelier'

2022-10-05T23:42+0200barrons (en)

Crops withered in European breadbaskets, as the historic dry spell drove record wildfire intensity and placed severe pressure on the continent's power grid. Successive heatwaves between June and July, which saw temperatures top 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) in Britain for the first time, saw some 24,000 excess deaths in Europe.

Climate change made droughts 20 times more likely

2022-10-05T23:41+0200ABCnews (en)

Drought that stretched across three continents this summer — drying out large parts of Europe, the United States and China — was made 20 times more likely by climate change, according to a new study. Drought dried up major rivers, destroyed crops, sparked wildfire, threatened aquatic species and led to water restrictions in Europe.

Climate change made 2022 drought ‘at least 20 times likelier’

2022-10-05T23:28+0200digitaljournal (en)

Human-caused climate change made this summer’s drought across the Northern Hemisphere at least 20 times more likely, according to a rapid analysis released Wednesday that warns such extreme dry periods will become increasingly common with global heating.

Climate change made 2022 drought '20 times likelier'

2022-10-05T23:21+0200RTERadio (en)

Human-caused climate change made this summer's drought across the Northern Hemisphere at least 20 times more likely, according to a rapid analysis released today that warns such extreme dry periods will become increasingly common with global heating. The three months from June to August were the....

Climate crisis made summer drought 20 times more likely, scientists find

2022-10-05T23:19+0200guardian (en)

The climate crisis made the record drought across the northern hemisphere this summer at least 20 times more likely, scientists have calculated. Without human-caused global heating, the event would have been expected only once every four centuries. The drought hit crop production and power supplies,....

05/10/2022 Climate change made 2022 drought 'at least 20 times likelier'

2022-10-05T23:18+0200rfi-en (en)

The three months from June-August were the hottest in Europe since records began, and the exceptionally high temperatures led to the worst drought the continent has witnessed since the Middle Ages. Crops withered in European breadbaskets, as the historic dry spell drove record wildfire intensity and....

Crop Prospects and Food Situation Quarterly Global Report No.3, September 2022

2022-10-04T12:25+0200africanewswire (en)

COUNTRIES REQUIRING EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE FOR FOOD. FAO assesses that globally 45 countries, including 33 in Africa, nine in Asia, two in Latin America and the Caribbean and one in Europe, are in need of external assistance for food. In East Africa, engendered by multi-season droughts, the food....

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