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Climate Change, Land-Use Changes Increase Likelihood of Flood Events

2022-07-23T05:10+0200homelandsecuritynewswire (en)

The German government estimates the total losses resulting from the disastrous floods in July 2021 at 32 billion euros. In two studies, researchers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology ( KIT ) have investigated how precipitation, evaporation processes, water flow, and runoff led to this flooding.

Climate change and land-use changes increase likelihood of flood events

2022-07-22T13:48+0200smartwatermagazine (en)

The German government estimates the total losses resulting from the disastrous floods in July 2021 at 32 billion euros. In two studies, researchers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have investigated how precipitation, evaporation processes, water flow, and runoff led to this flooding.

Why are weather forecasts often inaccurate? | Science | In-depth reporting on science and technology | DW

2022-07-22T08:31+0200digitpatrox (en)

There are usually two various kinds of situations that come to thoughts when the subject is defective climate predictions. The primary is probably the extra mundane: Telephone apps that let you know it will not rain, however then it does. The opposite, nonetheless, is extra problematic.

Climate change and land-use changes increase likelihood…

2022-07-22T02:16+0200whatsnew2day (en)

The German government estimates the total losses from the catastrophic floods in July 2021 at 32 billion euros. In two studies, one of which is currently available in Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences , researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have investigated how....

Climate change and land-use changes increase likelihood of…

2022-07-22T00:35+0200vervetimes (en)

The German government estimates the total losses resulting from the disastrous floods in July 2021 at 32 billion euros. In two studies, one of which is currently available in Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences , researchers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have investigated how....

Climate change and land-use changes increase likelihood of…

2022-07-21T22:24+0200samacharcentral (en)

The German government estimates the total losses resulting from the disastrous floods in July 2021 at 32 billion euros. In two studies, one of which is currently available in Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences , researchers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have investigated how....

Climate change and land-use changes increase likelihood of flood events

2022-07-21T22:04+0200phys (en)

The German government estimates the total losses resulting from the disastrous floods in July 2021 at 32 billion euros. In two studies, one of which is currently available in Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences , researchers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have investigated how....

Climate Change and Land-use Changes Increase Likelihood of Flood Events

2022-07-21T12:10+0200miragenews (en)

The German government estimates the total losses resulting from the disastrous floods in July 2021 at 32 billion euros. In two studies, researchers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have investigated how precipitation, evaporation processes, water flow, and runoff led to this flooding.

Climate Change and Land-use Changes Increase Likelihood of Flood Events

2022-07-21T10:58+0200alphagalileo (en)

The German government estimates the total losses resulting from the disastrous floods in July 2021 at 32 billion euros. In two studies, researchers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have investigated how precipitation, evaporation processes, water flow, and runoff led to this flooding.

Study by the Ministry of the Environment: Climate damage surprisingly low

2022-07-18T11:21+0200tellerreport (en)

According to a study, climate change has caused damage averaging 6.6 billion euros in Germany every year since 2000. This corresponds to almost 0.2 percent of annual economic output. The heat, drought and floods caused by climate change would have cost around 145 billion euros by 2021, according to....

Heatwave in the coming week : Temperatures of up to 40 degrees expected for Bonn The heatwave at the beginning of the week will be short but intense: For two days, people and nature in Bonn and the surrounding region will have to cope with temperatures of up to 40 degrees.

2022-07-18T08:22+0200general-anzeiger-bonn (en)

From one extreme to the next: While last summer we were confronted with heavy rain, the flood in the Ahr region and the rising water level of the river Rhine, this summer we are facing extreme heat in Bonn and the surrounding region. According to Karsten Brandt, who runs the weather portal Donnerwetter.

China floods leave at least 12 dead, with thousands evacuated

2022-07-18T02:48+0200guardian (en)

Flash floods in south-west and north-west China have left at least a dozen dead and put thousands of others in harm’s way, state media has reported. In the south-western province of Sichuan, at least six people have died and another 12 are missing after torrential rain triggered flash floods, state-owned news outlet CGTN reported on Sunday.

Des flots déchaînés, 185 morts, des maisons et ponts emportés comme des fétus de paille: l'Allemagne commémore jeudi les inondations, liées au changement climatique, qui ont dévasté il y a un an l'ouest du pays.

2022-07-14T14:46+0200lanacion-AR (es)

Alemania rindió homenaje este jueves a las más de 180 personas muertas fallecidas en las histórica inundaciones de 2021, en un contexto de creciente preocupación por el cambio climático, responsable de aquella catástrofe. El presidente Frank Walter Steinmeier se embarcó en una gira por el valle de....

Severe Weather Protection: Ministry of Elemental Damage

2022-07-14T03:49+0200tellerreport (en)

Not every house is equally threatened by flooding and other extreme weather damage. According to the ministry responsible for consumer protection, compulsory insurance would still make sense. The Federal Ministry for the Environment, which is responsible for consumer protection, is in favor of mandatory insurance for natural hazards.

'We miss home': rebuilding lives one year after Europe's deadly floods

2022-07-13T11:23+0200euronews-en (en)

By Andreas Kranz. BAD NEUENAHR , Germany – Standing in what was once his home, Erich Braun-von der Heiden stretches out his arm and points up to an attic floor where waters reached last year as catastrophic floods tore through communities in western Germany.

Civil protection warns: Some areas of Germany can no longer be settled

2022-07-13T08:43+0200tellerreport (en)

The President of the Federal Office for Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance (BBK), Ralph Tiesler, believes that certain areas in Germany can no longer be settled due to extreme weather events. “As a civil protection advocate, I say that some areas should not be resettled due to climate change and the acute threat of storms and floods.

Civil protection warns: Some areas can no longer be settled

2022-07-13T08:38+0200tellerreport (en)

The President of the Federal Office for Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance (BBK), Ralph Tiesler, believes that certain areas in Germany can no longer be settled due to extreme weather events. “As a civil protection advocate, I say that some areas should not be resettled due to climate change and the acute threat of storms and floods.

'We miss home': rebuilding lives one year after Europe's deadly floods

2022-07-12T14:36+0200thepeninsulaqatar (en)

BAD NEUENAHR, Germany : Standing in what was once his home, Erich Braun-von der Heiden stretches out his arm and points up to an attic floor where waters reached last year as catastrophic floods tore through communities in western Germany. In the aftermath of the country's worst natural disaster in....

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology: Climate change and changes in land use favor…

2022-07-12T13:10+0200indiaeducationdiary (en)

The German federal government estimates the total damage from the devastating floods in July 2021 to be around 32 billion euros. In two studies, researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) investigated how precipitation, evaporation processes, water body and runoff behavior favored this flood.

'We miss home': rebuilding lives one year after Europe's deadly floods By Andreas Kranz BAD NEUENAHR, Germany (Reuters) - Standing in what was once his home, Erich Braun-von der Heiden stretches out his arm and points up ... 44m ago

2022-07-12T12:51+0200kelo (en)

By Andreas Kranz. BAD NEUENAHR, Germany (Reuters) – Standing in what was once his home, Erich Braun-von der Heiden stretches out his arm and points up to an attic floor where waters reached last year as catastrophic floods tore through communities in western Germany.

'We miss home': rebuilding lives one year after Europe's deadly floods

2022-07-12T12:48+0200thechronicleherald (en)

By Andreas Kranz. BAD NEUENAHR, Germany (Reuters) - Standing in what was once his home, Erich Braun-von der Heiden stretches out his arm and points up to an attic floor where waters reached last year as catastrophic floods tore through communities in western Germany.

'We miss home': rebuilding lives one year after Europe's deadly floods By Andreas Kranz BAD NEUENAHR, Germany (Reuters) - Standing in what was once his home, Erich Braun-von der Heiden stretches out his arm and points up ... 40m ago

2022-07-12T12:46+0200wsau (en)

By Andreas Kranz. BAD NEUENAHR, Germany (Reuters) – Standing in what was once his home, Erich Braun-von der Heiden stretches out his arm and points up to an attic floor where waters reached last year as catastrophic floods tore through communities in western Germany.

'We Miss Home': Rebuilding Lives One Year After Europe's Deadly Floods

2022-07-12T12:27+0200usnews (en)

FILE PHOTO: A general view shows the course of the Ahr river that flooded and devastated parts of the village of Schuld following heavy rainfalls on July 14, 2021, nearly one year later in Schuld, Germany , July 7, 2022. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay/File Photo Reuters BAD NEUENAHR, Germany (Reuters) -....

'We miss home': rebuilding lives one year after Europe's deadly floods

2022-07-12T12:09+0200reuters (en)

BAD NEUENAHR, Germany , July 12 (Reuters) - Standing in what was once his home, Erich Braun-von der Heiden stretches out his arm and points up to an attic floor where waters reached last year as catastrophic floods tore through communities in western Germany.

Flash floods that left a trail of destruction in Europe

2022-07-11T23:12+0200citizen (en)

Western German regions of Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia were hit by catastrophic floods that killed over 180 people on July 14, 2021. As well as being the deadliest in the country's modern history, the deluges destroyed roads, bridges and thousands of homes and businesses. The mammoth reconstruction task is still ongoing.

Flash floods that left a trail of destruction in Europe

2022-07-11T14:27+0200urdupoint (en)

Bad NeuenahrAhrweiler, Germany , (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 11th Jul, 2022 ) :The dramatic floods of July 14 and 15, 2021 killed more than 220 people in Europe , leaving a trail of destruction in Here is a look back on one of Europe 's worst natural disasters in recent years.

The “Flood of the Century” devastated the Czech Republic just 25 years ago

2022-07-04T22:40+0200worldakkam (en)

The cause of the flood was the extremely heavy rainfall that hit the Czech Republic on July 4, 1997. Some of the country’s most devastated areas, Moravia and Silesia, experienced more than half of their average annual rainfall in a few days. By July 6, most of the roads around Ostrava were flooded.

Man-made disaster? natural disaster?Guangdong engineering ship sank Shijiazhuang archway collapsed without warning flood discharge | man-made disaster | natural disaster | CCP regime | extreme weather | Siamba | typhoon | Fujing 001 | Waterlogging | Drainage System | Reservoir | Floodplain | Flood....

2022-07-04T15:03+0200breakinglatest (en)

[Voice of Hope, July 3, 2022](Comprehensive report by our reporter Li Hui) On July 2, Hurricane “Siamba” landed in Maoming, Guangdong, causing disasters in Guangdong, Guangxi, and Hainan. The construction ship sank and 27 people were missing. A pailou in Shijiazhuang fell due to heavy rain and storm, killing 8 people.

Su approves NT$1bn disaster resilience plan 2022-06-30 The Executive Yuan on Tuesday initiated a NT$1 billion (US$33.69 million) program to boost natural disaster resilience in response to extreme weather events and earthquakes, Cabinet spokesman Lo Ping-cheng (羅秉成) said.

2022-06-29T18:16+0200taipeitimes (en)

The Executive Yuan on Tuesday initiated a NT$1 billion (US$33.69 million) program to boost natural disaster resilience in response to extreme weather events and earthquakes, Cabinet spokesman Lo Ping-cheng (羅秉成) said. Premier Su Tseng-chang (蘇貞昌) approved the program’s launch, Lo said in statement following a Cabinet meeting on disaster management.

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