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Southern Africa: Tropical Cyclone Freddy - Flash Update No. 3 (24 February 2023)

2023-02-24T21:47+0100reliefWeb (en)

HIGHLIGHTS The former Tropical Cyclone Freddy weather system made landfall in Mozambique’s Inhambane Province on 24 February as a moderate storm. After landing, the system is expected to weaken, but could bring extensive rainfall, with the risk of floods and landslides, to southern Mozambique and south-eastern Zimbabwe in the coming days.

Week in Review: Top Climate News for February 20-26

2023-02-24T09:09+0100earth-org (en)

This weekly round-up brings you key climate news from the past seven days, including Thailand’s plastic imports ban, drought alarms in France and Italy, and deadly floods in Brazil. 1. EU Carbon Price Tops Symbolic €100/Tonne For the First Time. EU carbon price hit an all-time high of €101 a tonne....

Big lessons about biodiversity loss from a little French river

2023-02-23T16:58+0100EC (en)

Some of Europe’s most famous rivers such as the Rhine, Danube and Po, have been making headline news thanks to summer droughts. With water levels plummeting to record lows and the rivers drying out, many kinds of economic activities from shipping to farming have been disrupted.

Search and rescue robots Market Trends, Growth Factors, Historical Analysis and Industry Segments Forecast by 2030

2023-02-16T17:10+0100digitalesiciliana (en)

The global search and rescue robots market size is predicted to expand on account of the factor that modern rescue robots are pre-set to make decisions grounded upon the circumstance and without any human interference. This information is provided by Fortune Business Insights , in its upcoming....

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