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Ue: Commissione, a Italia, Romania e Austria, 293,5 milioni di euro di aiuti per calamita' 2018 (4)

Wed, 15 May 2019 15:34:00 +0200agenzianova (it)

Bruxelles, 15 mag 15:19 - (Agenzia Nova) - Il Fondo di solidarietà dell'Unione europea (Fsue) è stato creato dopo le gravi inondazioni nell'Europa centrale nell'estate del 2002. Da allora, è intervenuto a seguito di 84 disastri che coprivano una serie di diversi eventi catastrofici tra cui....

New climate change report: 2018 was fourth warmest year on record

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 15:39:00 +0100eastbaytimes (en)

OSLO, Feb 6 (Reuters) – Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a U.N. report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India.

GROUNDBAKING Next 5 years 'to be hottest EVER with droughts, hurricanes' in global heatwave

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 13:02:00 +0100thesun (en)

Wind-blasted palm trees caught on camera during a Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Florida in October 2018. Due to a global heatwave, experts have said the next five years could be the hottest on record. Average global surface temperatures for 2019 to 2023 are forecast to be between 1.03C and 1.

Last year was fourth hottest on record: outlook sizzling-UN

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 12:21:00 +0100in-cyprus (en)

Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India. Record levels of man-made greenhouse gas emissions, mainly from burning fossil fuels, trap ever more heat. Average global surface temperatures were 1.0 degree Celsius (1.8 Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial times in 2018, the U.

GROUND-BAKING Next 5 years to be hottest EVER with droughts & hurricanes in global heatwave

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 12:04:00 +0100thesun (en)

Palm trees are seen during a Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Florida in October 2018. Due to a global heatwave, experts have said the next five years could be the hottest on record. Average global surface temperatures for 2019 to 2023 are forecast to be between 1.03C and 1.

2018 Was the Fourth Warmest Year on Record With Kerala and California at the Receiving End

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 06:49:00 +0100news18 (en)

Oslo (Norway): Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a UN report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala.

Climate change: Experts predict five-year global heatwave and more weather disasters

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 04:58:00 +0100piratefm (en)

The next five years could be the hottest the world has seen, leading to more extreme weather events, meteorologists have warned. The Met Office has forecast the average temperature between now and 2023 will be somewhere between 14.73C and 15.27C (58.51F and 59.49F), making them hotter than the last four years.

Last year was fourth hottest on record, outlook sizzling

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 04:50:00 +0100reuters-uk (en)

Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India. Record levels of man-made greenhouse gas emissions, mainly from burning fossil fuels, trap ever more heat. Average global surface temperatures were 1.0 degree Celsius (1.8 Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial times in 2018, the U.

Last year was fourth hottest on record: outlook sizzling - U.N.

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 04:43:00 +0100reuters (en)

Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India. Record levels of man-made greenhouse gas emissions, mainly from burning fossil fuels, trap ever more heat. Average global surface temperatures were 1.0 degree Celsius (1.8 Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial times in 2018, the U.

Last year was fourth hottest on record, outlook sizzling — UN

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 04:11:00 +0100saudigazette (en)

OSLO — Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a UN report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India.

Climate change: Experts predict five-year global heatwave and more weather disasters

Thu, 07 Feb 2019 00:57:00 +0100heart (en)

. 6 February 2019, 21:50 | Updated: 6 February 2019, 22:47 The next five years could be the hottest the world has seen, leading to more extreme weather events, meteorologists have warned. The Met Office has forecast the average temperature between now and 2023 will be somewhere between 14.73C and 15.

Five-year global heatwave coming, scientists say

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 23:55:00 +0100skynews (en)

The next five years could be the hottest the world has seen, leading to more extreme weather events, meteorologists have warned. The Met Office has forecast the average temperature between now and 2023 will be somewhere between 14.73C and 15.27C (58.51F and 59.49F), making them hotter than the last four years.

Last year was fourth hottest on record: outlook sizzling

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 22:57:00 +0100cyprus-mail (en)

Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a U.N. report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India.

Last year was fourth hottest on record: outlook sizzling - UN

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 21:57:00 +0100eyewitness-news (en)

OSLO - Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a UN report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India.

Last year 4th warmest on record, world may breach 1.5C by 2030: UN report

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 21:47:00 +0100business-standard (en)

Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a UN report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India.

Last Year Was Fourth Hottest on Record: Outlook Sizzling: UN

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 19:38:00 +0100voanews (en)

OSLO — Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a U.N. report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India.

NASA report shows global temperature trends continuing to rise: ‘It’s a worrying sign’

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 19:24:00 +0100cknw (en)

Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a U.N. report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India.

NASA report shows global temperature trends continuing to rise: ‘It’s a worrying sign’

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 18:55:00 +0100globalnews (en)

Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a U.N. report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala, India.

Last year was fourth hottest on record: outlook sizzling

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 18:43:00 +0100trust (en)

Average global surface temperatures were 1 degree Celsius above pre-industrial times in 2018, the World Meteorological Organization said. * 2018 temperatures were 1C above pre-industrial times. * Twenty warmest years all in the last 22 - WMO. * Temperatures set to climb as greenhouse gases build up. By Alister Doyle, Environment Correspondent.

2018 was fourth hottest year on record: UN report

Wed, 06 Feb 2019 18:19:00 +0100HindustanTimes (en)

Last year was the fourth warmest on record and the outlook is for more sizzling heat approaching levels that most governments view as dangerous for the Earth, a UN report showed on Wednesday. Weather extremes in 2018 included wildfires in California and Greece, drought in South Africa and floods in Kerala.

Climate change: Extreme weather ‘affected 60m people in 2018’

Thu, 31 Jan 2019 14:14:00 +0100energylivenews (en)

events across the globe affected more than 60 million people last year. Earthquakes and tsunamis accounted for the majority of the 10,733 lives lost in disasters in 2018, according to latest analysis of 281 events recorded by the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED).

Maltempo in Turchia: serie di tornado e danni ingenti

Thu, 31 Jan 2019 13:26:00 +0100centrometeoitaliano-salute (it)

Maltempo in Turchia: Mediterraneo con piogge intense e venti forti. Prosegue l’ondata di maltempo che in questi giorni sta imperversando sul Mediterraneo sud-orientale, tra Grecia e soprattutto la Turchia . Negli ultimi giorni una pesante ondata di maltempo ha colpito il Paese, con venti intensi,....

Natural disasters in 2018 claim over 10,000 lives

Wed, 30 Jan 2019 10:46:00 +0100aa-en (en)

By Zehra Ulucak. ANKARA. More than 10,000 lives were lost in natural disasters in 2018 and 61.7 million people affected, a UN report said. The report published by the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED) last week analysed 281 such events.

Natural disasters in 2018 claim over 10,000 lives

Wed, 30 Jan 2019 10:37:00 +0100yenisafak-en (en)

More than 10,000 lives were lost in natural disasters in 2018 and 61.7 million people affected, a UN report said. The report published by the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED) last week analysed 281 such events. Mami Mizutori, special representative of the secretary-general....

Natural Disasters Ä°n 2018 Claim Over 10,000 Lives

Wed, 30 Jan 2019 09:38:00 +0100haberler-en (en)

More than 10,000 lives were lost in natural disasters in 2018 and 61.7 million people affected, a UN report said. The report published by the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED) last week analysed 281 such events. Mami Mizutori, special representative of the secretary-general....

Extreme weather hit 60 million people in 2018: UN

Wed, 30 Jan 2019 04:29:00 +0100ca-news (en)

AKIPRESS.COM - The study cited by the agency, from the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED) showed that earthquakes and tsunamis claimed more lives than any other type of hazard, with over 10,000 lives lost in the last year; whilst floods, droughts, storms and wildfires affected more than 57 million, reports.

From El Nino to earthquakes: A leading disaster watcher scans the horizon for 2019

Tue, 29 Jan 2019 14:07:00 +0100irinnews (en)

. The study, focused on a wide range of natural hazards , is used by governments and UN agencies as they track losses and damage and plan disaster mitigation and adaptation in the face of climate change. Among the unusual events Guha-Sapir noted in a recent presentation of 281 climate and....

15:08 Extreme weather hit 60 million people in 2018: UN

Sat, 26 Jan 2019 10:54:00 +0100ca-news (en)

AKIPRESS.COM - The study cited by the agency, from the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED) showed that earthquakes and tsunamis claimed more lives than any other type of hazard, with over 10,000 lives lost in the last year; whilst floods, droughts, storms and wildfires affected more than 57 million, reports.

Extreme weather events affected 60m people in 2018 - UNISDR

Sat, 26 Jan 2019 00:22:00 +0100europesun (en)

GENEVA, 24 January, 2019 Earthquakes and tsunamis accounted for the majority of the 10,373 lives lost in disasters last year while extreme weather events accounted for most of 61.7 million people affected by natural hazards, according to analysis of 281 events recorded by the Centre for Research on....

Extreme weather events affected 60 million people in 2018 – U.N.

Fri, 25 Jan 2019 12:31:00 +0100in-cyprus (en)

Mami Mizutori, Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Disaster Risk Reduction, said: “No part of the globe was spared from the impact of extreme weather events last year. Examined floods, droughts, storms and wildfires affected 57.3 million people, underlining once more that if we want....

Extreme weather events affected 60m people in 2018 - UNISDR

Fri, 25 Jan 2019 00:45:00 +0100kenyastar (en)

GENEVA, 24 January, 2019 Earthquakes and tsunamis accounted for the majority of the 10,373 lives lost in disasters last year while extreme weather events accounted for most of 61.7 million people affected by natural hazards, according to analysis of 281 events recorded by the Centre for Research on....

World: 2018:Extreme weather events affected 60m people

Thu, 24 Jan 2019 21:16:00 +0100reliefWeb (en)

GENEVA, 24 January, 2019 – Earthquakes and tsunamis accounted for the majority of the 10,373 lives lost in disasters last year while extreme weather events accounted for most of 61.7 million people affected by natural hazards, according to analysis of 281 events recorded by the Centre for Research....

Previsioni meteo, torna la neve copiosa sulle Alpi. Anche la pianura rischia. E dal 20 l'inverno accelera

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 04:58:00 +0100quotidiano (it)

(anche di diesel euro 4 ed euro 5). Tutto l'arco alpino quindi dovrebbe riguadagnare un paesaggio invernale nel giro di qualche giorno. Le tendenze per fine mese inoltre lasciano intravedere importanti sorprese. Ma andiamo per gradi. NEVE COPIOSA SULLE ALPI - Le previsioni del tempo di IlMeteo.

Meteo, tornano pioggia e neve su Nord e Alpi: ecco quando.

Sat, 12 Jan 2019 04:28:00 +0100quotidiano (it)

Milano, 11 gennaio 2019 - Speranze per il Nord Italia, che potrebbe vedere il ritorno di pioggia e neve a metà della prossima settimana dopo molte settimana di siccità, tempo stabili e (che ha portato a blocchi del traffico a ripetizione, di diesel euro 4, ma non solo).

Slovenia, towards the future of droughts and floods

Wed, 09 Jan 2019 04:12:00 +0100europeandatajournalism (en)

According to data from Slovenian Environment Agency (ARSO), from 1961 the average temperature in Slovenia has increased by 2°C. This change is much more complex than it might seem, because it implies many negative consequences that will be felt throughout the country, such as extended drought....

La situazione meteo in Austria peggiorerà con nuove tormente di neve

Mon, 07 Jan 2019 09:20:00 +0100247libero (it)

CRONACHE E PREVISIONI METEO: continua la tendenza delle correnti a restare settentrionali, e questo, se sul Nord Italia determina episodi di foehn con temperature fuori stagione (come i +16-18°C misurati ieri in alcune zone della Lombardia), e sui nostri versanti alpini perdura la siccità con anche....

Sostenibilità: via gli addobbi, vademecum per gli alberi di Natale veri/Adnkronos

Fri, 04 Jan 2019 14:07:00 +0100adnkronos (it)

Brunori, dottore forestale, ricorda innanzitutto che "il 90% degli abeti venduti a Natale proviene da coltivazioni specializzate, il restante 10% è venduto senza radici (i cosiddetti cimali o punte d'abete) che possono derivare da normali pratiche di gestione forestale".

Climate change made extreme weather worse in 2018, research confirms

Tue, 01 Jan 2019 21:26:00 +0100earth (en)

The most destructive weather event of 2018 was Hurricane Florence , which caused an estimated $17 billion in damages. Hurricane Michael was a close second, with $15 billion in damages. While these disasters occur naturally, scientists have found that climate change is making them much worse by increasing their intensity and duration.

Lotta alla plastica, ma poco o nulla su emissioni ed energia green: 2018 in chiaroscuro sul fronte ambientale

Tue, 01 Jan 2019 15:43:00 +0100ilfattoquotidiano (it)

e quella della difficoltà ad intraprendere azioni concrete . Lo dimostrano i dati sulle performance dei principali Paesi del pianeta resi noti a inizio mese a Katowice , in Polonia, nel corso della conferenza Onu sul clima. Solo in pochi hanno avviato politiche in linea con gli obiettivi dell’....

Chief of the Defence Staff says natural disasters pose ‘significant threat’ to Canadians

Sun, 30 Dec 2018 17:30:00 +0100cknw (en)

WATCH: Canada's military responding more to the significant threat of natural disasters: Vance There are not many military threats that directly loom over Canadians as the country heads into the new year. But of those that do, one of the most significant is the increased frequency of major natural disasters.

Chief of the Defence Staff says natural disasters pose ‘significant threat’ to Canadians

Sun, 30 Dec 2018 17:09:00 +0100globalnews (en)

WATCH: Canada's military responding more to the significant threat of natural disasters: Vance There are not many military threats that directly loom over Canadians as the country heads into the New Year. But of those that do, one of the most significant is the increased frequency of major natural disasters.

Resources, Vol. 8, Pages 6: Assessment of the Vulnerability to Drought and Desertification Characteristics Using the Standardized Drought Vulnerability Index (SDVI) and the Environmentally Sensitive Areas Index (ESAI)

Sun, 30 Dec 2018 10:59:00 +0100mdpi (en)

Abstract The degradation of natural resources at an intense rate creates serious problems in the environmental systems particularly with the compounding effects of climatic vagaries and changes. On the one hand, desertification is a crucial universal, mostly an anthropogenic environmental issue affecting soils all over the world.

Australian extreme heatwave: 'Catastrophic' weather warnings issued as temperatures reach up to 49.3C

Fri, 28 Dec 2018 21:34:00 +0100independent-ie (en)

Health warnings and fire bans were issued by authorities as the mercury rose across the nation. South Australia has been put on alert for “catastrophic” fire danger amid concerns about massive bushfires sweeping across the incredibly dry region. The town of Marble Bar, thought to be the country’s....

This year On Earth

Thu, 27 Dec 2018 12:12:00 +0100dhakatribune (en)

Space. In 2018, Earth picked up about 40,000 metric tons of interplanetary material, mostly dust, much of it from comets. Earth lost around 96,250 metric tons of hydrogen and helium, the lightest elements, which escaped to outer space. Roughly 505,000 cubic kilometers of water fell on Earth’s surface as rain, snow, or other types of precipitation.

Italia sola sui migranti? Se la sono cercata

Sun, 23 Dec 2018 13:03:00 +0100247libero (it)

Ci si sarebbero dovuti tuffare dentro a capofitto i nostri governanti, a cominciare da Matteo Salvini e Luigi Di Maio, dopo le lunghe lamentele in parte giustificate sulla solitudine italiana dinanzi al dramma epocale della migrazione di milioni di esseri umani.

The 15 most-read features on NBCNews.com in 2018

Thu, 20 Dec 2018 20:29:00 +0100nbcnews (en)

After Hurricane Katrina, Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation built over 100 houses in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans. But residents report that the houses are rotting and dangerous, the result of building done too quickly, with low-quality materials, and ill-planned designs. One resident, Kamaria Allen, called the homes "a fool’s paradise.

Climate change-driven droughts are getting hotter, UCI study finds

Tue, 18 Dec 2018 04:08:00 +0100news-uci (en)

Irvine, Calif., August 1, 2018 – Dry months are getting hotter in large parts of the United States, another sign that human-caused climate change is forcing people to encounter new extremes. In a study published today in Science Advances , researchers at the University of California, Irvine report....

That sinking feeling

Sat, 15 Dec 2018 11:56:00 +0100thehindu (en)

Of the many wonders of the world, few have fascinated us more than corals and the colourful reefs they build. Besides being one of the most beautiful and biologically diverse habitats in the ocean, they are also some of the most ancient. In India, Lakshadweep is the perfect example of how coral....

Kerry: Onus can no longer be on White House to act on climate change

Thu, 13 Dec 2018 14:39:00 +0100politico (en)

Former Secretary of State John Kerry said the effects of climate change are already ravishing the U.S., pointing to increasingly damaging wildfires and hurricanes and devastating droughts and flooding that are affecting the agricultural world. | Justin Sullivan/Getty Images.

Saudi, US snub of climate report unsettles UN talks

Tue, 11 Dec 2018 21:52:00 +0100dailytimesPK (en)

The refusal of the United States and Saudi Arabia to embrace a landmark environmental report has unsettled UN talks to breathe life back into the Paris climate pact, negotiators and observers said Monday. It may also signal more direct involvement of Donald Trump’s White House, they said, in the....

Saudi, US snub of climate report unsettles UN talks

Tue, 11 Dec 2018 20:01:00 +0100kuwaittimes (en)

. Kuwait, Russia, US, Saudi Arabia slammed BERLIN: Berlin’s landmark the Brandenburg Gate is seen through a giant globe installation erected by Greenpeace environmentalists yesterday. — AFP. KATOWICE: The refusal of the United States and Saudi Arabia to embrace a landmark environmental report has....

Saudi, US snub of climate report unsettles...

Tue, 11 Dec 2018 16:14:00 +0100dhakatribune (en)

The refusal of the United States and Saudi Arabia to embrace a landmark environmental report has unsettled UN talks to breathe life back into the Paris climate pact, negotiators and observers said Monday. It may also signal more direct involvement of Donald Trump's White House, they said, in the....

Saudi, US snub of climate report unsettles UN talks

Tue, 11 Dec 2018 10:03:00 +0100middle-east-online_en (en)

KATOWICE - The refusal of the United States and Saudi Arabia to embrace a landmark environmental report has unsettled UN talks to breathe life back into the Paris climate pact, negotiators and observers said Monday. It may also signal more direct involvement of Donald Trump's White House, they said,....

Saudi, US snub of climate report unsettles UN talks

Tue, 11 Dec 2018 09:35:00 +0100tribune (en)

KATOWICE, POLAND: The refusal of the United States and Saudi Arabia to embrace a landmark environmental report has unsettled UN talks to breathe life back into the Paris climate pact, negotiators and observers said Monday. It may also signal more direct involvement of Donald Trump’s White House,....

Saudi, US snub of climate report unsettles UN talks

Tue, 11 Dec 2018 05:13:00 +0100timesofindia (en)

KATOWICE: The refusal of the United States and Saudi Arabia to embrace a landmark environmental report has unsettled UN talks to breathe life back into the Paris climate pact, negotiators and observers said Monday. It may also signal more direct involvement of Donald Trump's White House, they said,....

Saudi, US snub of climate report unsettles UN talks

Tue, 11 Dec 2018 05:09:00 +0100bssnews (en)

KATOWICE, Poland, Dec 11, 2018 (BSS/AFP) – The refusal of the United States and Saudi Arabia to embrace a landmark environmental report has unsettled UN talks to breathe life back into the Paris climate pact, negotiators and observers said Monday. It may also signal more direct involvement of Donald....

Saudi, US snub of climate report unsettles UN talks

Tue, 11 Dec 2018 04:21:00 +0100straitstimesSG (en)

A bloc of 44 small island nations - many facing an existential threat from storm surges engorged by rising seas - called on the UN climate body to "welcome" a UN report on limiting global warming to 1.5 deg C above pre-industrial levels. Earth's average surface temperature has already risen by about 1C.

Saudi, US snub of climate report unsettles UN talks

Tue, 11 Dec 2018 04:08:00 +0100business-standard (en)

and Saudi Arabia to embrace a landmark environmental report has unsettled UN talks to breathe life back into the Paris climate pact, negotiators and observers said Monday. It may also signal more direct involvement of Donald Trump's White House, they said, in the nitty-gritty of the troubled....

Saudi, US snub of climate report unsettles UN talks

Tue, 11 Dec 2018 01:27:00 +0100yahoo-au (en)

The refusal of the United States and Saudi Arabia to embrace a landmark environmental report has unsettled UN talks to breathe life back into the Paris climate pact, negotiators and observers said Monday. It may also signal more direct involvement of Donald Trump's White House, they said, in the....

Saudi, US snub of climate report unsettles UN talks

Tue, 11 Dec 2018 01:19:00 +0100news-yahoo (en)

Katowice (Poland) (AFP) - The refusal of the United States and Saudi Arabia to embrace a landmark environmental report has unsettled UN talks to breathe life back into the Paris climate pact, negotiators and observers said Monday. It may also signal more direct involvement of Donald Trump's White....

World: As talks get underway at COP24, MERCOSUR Ministers of Health commit to prioritize health in climate change adaptation plans

Mon, 10 Dec 2018 21:34:00 +0100reliefWeb (en)

Washington, DC, 10 December 2018 (OPS/OMS) - Ministers of Health from MERCOSUR and Associated States have signed a declaration to place health at the front and center of national climate change adaptation plans. This aims to ensure that health systems become climate resilient, and that health....

2017 broke records for extreme weather Puerto Rico, Honduras and Myanmar are among the countries worst-affected by extreme weather, a report finds.

Thu, 06 Dec 2018 04:42:00 +0100deutschewelle-en (en)

Read more: How a warmer Arctic could lead to more extreme weather "They have the fewest resources to protect themselves from the consequences of climate change or to compensate for their losses and therefore need particularly strong support." Denis McClean from the United Nations Office for Disaster....

Shift to low carbon

Tue, 04 Dec 2018 20:51:00 +0100thehindu (en)

Both rich and poor countries have faced extensive damage from storms and heatwaves this year. As climate representatives meet in Poland for the Conference of the Parties 24, the crucial question is whether carbon emissions will be reined in to avert further damage due to climate change.

Climate Risk Index: 2017 broke records for extreme weather

Tue, 04 Dec 2018 11:08:00 +0100deutschewelle-en (en)

Read more: How a warmer Arctic could lead to more extreme weather "Of the 10 countries most affected in the last 20 years, eight were developing countries with low or low-middle incomes," David Eckstein, lead author of the report, said in a statement. "They have the fewest resources to protect....

Australia is not prepared for climate change health impacts

Sun, 02 Dec 2018 16:40:00 +0100medicalxpress (en)

Despite decades of warning from scientists, Australia remains woefully underprepared to deal with hotter, more frequent and longer heatwaves, catastrophic bushfires, severe storms and intense prolonged droughts, and higher risk of mosquito-borne diseases that climate change brings.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Sat, 01 Dec 2018 13:22:00 +0100news-yahoo (en)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Sat, 01 Dec 2018 06:31:00 +0100timesofisrael (en)

WASHINGTON — Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Il paradosso dei boschi mediterranei: sempre più estesi, sempre più a rischio

Fri, 30 Nov 2018 19:34:00 +0100teatronaturale (it)

Tra il 2010 e il 2015 la superficie delle aree boschive mediterranee è cresciuta del 2%, con un aumento di 1,8 milioni di ettari - circa la dimensione di un paese come la Slovenia - afferma un nuovo rapporto FAO-Plan Bleu - Lo Stato delle foreste mediterranee.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Fri, 30 Nov 2018 15:42:00 +0100phys (en)

They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise. They missed much of the myriad public health problems and global security issues.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Fri, 30 Nov 2018 01:37:00 +0100messenger-inquirer (en)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 23:13:00 +0100ABCnews (en)

s, droughts, downpours and hurricane s would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise. They missed much of the myriad public health problems and global security issues. Global warming is faster, more extensive and just plain....

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 20:48:00 +0100fox11online (en)

WASHINGTON (AP) Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 20:43:00 +0100missoulian (en)

FILE- In this July 26, 2011 photo, a melting iceberg floats along a fjord leading away from the edge of the Greenland ice sheet near Nuuk, Greenland. Massive ice sheets in western Antarctica and Greenland are melting much faster than scientists figured a quarter century ago. Greenland has lost more than 5 trillion tons since 1992.

Top Story Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 20:39:00 +0100cbs6albany (en)

WASHINGTON (AP) Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 20:32:00 +0100wsbt (en)

WASHINGTON (AP) Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 20:28:00 +0100bakersfieldnow (en)

WASHINGTON (AP) Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 20:03:00 +0100ChinaPost (en)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 19:58:00 +0100cbs12 (en)

WASHINGTON (AP) Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 19:58:00 +0100wlos (en)

WASHINGTON (AP) Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 19:18:00 +0100nzherald (en)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 19:11:00 +0100wacotrib (en)

FILE - In this April 14, 2010 file photo, a shepherd walks with a herd of sheep as he crosses a dried water bed in the outskirts of Hyderabad, India. Studies have shown climate change has worsened droughts, downpours and heat waves that have killed thousands of people. (AP Photo/Mahesh Kumar A.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 19:01:00 +0100therepublic (en)

WASHINGTON Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 18:59:00 +0100siouxcityjournal (en)

FILE- In this July 26, 2011 photo, a melting iceberg floats along a fjord leading away from the edge of the Greenland ice sheet near Nuuk, Greenland. Massive ice sheets in western Antarctica and Greenland are melting much faster than scientists figured a quarter century ago. Greenland has lost more than 5 trillion tons since 1992.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 18:55:00 +0100dailyjournal (en)

WASHINGTON Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 18:44:00 +0100thegardenisland (en)

WASHINGTON Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 18:36:00 +0100startribune (en)

They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise. They missed much of the myriad public health problems and global security issues.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 18:29:00 +0100bradenton (en)

Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 18:27:00 +0100ABCnews (en)

s, droughts, downpours and hurricane s would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise. They missed much of the myriad public health problems and global security issues. Global warming is faster, more extensive and just plain....

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 18:23:00 +0100star-telegram (en)

Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 18:23:00 +0100tribtown (en)

WASHINGTON Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

Climate change is more extensive and worse than once thought

Thu, 29 Nov 2018 18:18:00 +0100seattletimes (en)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Climate scientists missed a lot about a quarter century ago when they predicted how bad global warming would be. They missed how bad wildfires, droughts, downpours and hurricanes would get. They missed how much ice sheets in West Antarctica and Greenland would melt and contribute to sea level rise.

World faces 'impossible' task at post-Paris climate talks

Wed, 28 Nov 2018 22:04:00 +0100hjnews (en)

FILE - In this Jan. 7, 2011 file photo, people carry baskets of coal scavenged illegally at an open-cast mine in the village of Bokapahari in the eastern Indian state of Jharkhand. 2018 is expected to see another 2 percent increase in human-made emissions, as construction of coal-fired power plants....

World faces 'impossible' task at post-Paris climate talks

Wed, 28 Nov 2018 15:37:00 +0100siouxcityjournal (en)

In this Nov. 20, 2018 photo workers decorate the venue of the global climate summit that will be held at the site of the closed 'Katowice' coal mine in the city of Katowice, southern Poland, where - three years after sealing a landmark global climate deal in Paris - world leaders are gathering again to agree on the fine print.

World faces 'impossible' task at post-Paris climate talks

Wed, 28 Nov 2018 12:56:00 +0100timesdaily (en)

FILE - In this Sept. 17, 2018 file photo rescuers dig on the site where victims were believed to have been buried by a landslide after Typhoon Mangkhut barreled across Itogon, Benguet province, northern Philippines. Forest fires from California to Greece, droughts in Germany and Australia, tropical....

World faces 'impossible' task at post-Paris climate talks

Wed, 28 Nov 2018 12:48:00 +0100newswest9 (en)

A recent report by the International Panel on Climate Change warned that time is running out if the world wants to achieve the most ambitious target in the Paris agreement — keeping global warming at 1.5 Celsius (2.7 Fahrenheit). The planet has already warmed by about 1 degree since pre-industrial....

World faces 'impossible' task at post-Paris climate talks

Wed, 28 Nov 2018 12:38:00 +0100siouxcityjournal (en)

In this Nov. 20, 2018 photo workers decorate the venue of the global climate summit that will be held at the site of the closed 'Katowice' coal mine in the city of Katowice, southern Poland, where - three years after sealing a landmark global climate deal in Paris - world leaders are gathering again to agree on the fine print.

World faces 'impossible' task at post-Paris climate talks

Wed, 28 Nov 2018 12:36:00 +0100wsfa (en)

A recent report by the International Panel on Climate Change warned that time is running out if the world wants to achieve the most ambitious target in the Paris agreement — keeping global warming at 1.5 Celsius (2.7 Fahrenheit). The planet has already warmed by about 1 degree since pre-industrial....

World faces 'impossible' task at post-Paris climate talks

Wed, 28 Nov 2018 12:30:00 +0100muscatinejournal (en)

In this Nov. 20, 2018 photo workers decorate the venue of the global climate summit that will be held at the site of the closed 'Katowice' coal mine in the city of Katowice, southern Poland, where - three years after sealing a landmark global climate deal in Paris - world leaders are gathering again to agree on the fine print.

World faces 'impossible' task at post-Paris climate talks

Wed, 28 Nov 2018 11:55:00 +0100kswo (en)

Top of the agenda during talks starting Sunday in Katowice, Poland, will be finalizing the so-called Paris rulebook, which determines how countries have to count their greenhouse gas emissions, report them to the rest of the world and reveal what they are doing to reduce them.

Nel Mediterraneo aumentano le aree forestali, ma sono sempre più a rischio

Wed, 28 Nov 2018 08:03:00 +0100greenreport (it)

“State of Mediterranean Forests 2018” di Fao e Plan Bleu dell’Unep, «Tra il 2010 e il 2015 la superficie delle aree boschive mediterranee è cresciuta del 2%, con un aumento di 1,8 milioni di ettari, circa la dimensione di un Paese come la Slovenia. Ma le aree boschive mediterranee sono anche....

In aumento le aree forestali mediterranee, ma sempre più a repentaglio

Tue, 27 Nov 2018 19:43:00 +0100fao-it (it)

R oma, 26 novembre 2018 - Tra il 2010 e il 2015 la superficie delle aree boschive mediterranee è cresciuta del 2%, con un aumento di 1,8 milioni di ettari - circa la dimensione di un paese come la Slovenia - afferma un nuovo rapporto FAO-Plan Bleu Lo Stato delle foreste mediterranee.

In aumento le aree forestali mediterranee, ma sempre più a repentaglio

Tue, 27 Nov 2018 19:12:00 +0100meteoweb (it)

Tra il 2010 e il 2015 la superficie delle aree boschive mediterranee è cresciuta del 2%, con un aumento di 1,8 milioni di ettari – circa la dimensione di un paese come la Slovenia – afferma un nuovo rapporto FAO-Plan Bleu Lo Stato delle foreste mediterranee.

Mediterranean forest area on the rise but increasingly in jeopardy

Tue, 27 Nov 2018 12:36:00 +0100fao-en (en)

But forests in the Mediterranean have also been considerably affected by degradation and are increasingly in jeopardy from climate change, population rise, wildfires and water scarcity, the report warns. "Mediterranean forests have long been adapting to pressures caused by human development.

Mediterranean forest area on the rise but increasingly in jeopardy

Tue, 27 Nov 2018 11:43:00 +0100agris-fao (en)

But forests in the Mediterranean have also been considerably affected by degradation and are increasingly in jeopardy from climate change, population rise, wildfires and water scarcity, the report warns. "Mediterranean forests have long been adapting to pressures caused by human development.

OCHA Annual Report 2015

Thu, 22 Nov 2018 18:08:00 +0100unocha (en)

1OCHA UNITED NATIONS OFFICE FOR THE COORDINATION OF HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS ANNUAL REPORT 2015 CHA UNITED NATIONS OFFICE FOR THE COORDINATION OF HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS ANNUAL REPORT 2015 unocha.org reliefweb.int Twitter @unocha and @UnReliefChief Facebook www.facebook.com/unocha LinkedIn United Nations Ocha WEB PLATFORMS SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS ODSG1.

Il ruolo delle pianure alluvionali nella lotta climatica

Wed, 21 Nov 2018 15:37:00 +0100rinnovabili (it)

Le aree vicine ai fiumi offrono una protezione economicamente vantaggiosa dalle inondazioni e sono in grado di migliorare la salute di un intero ecosistema fluviale. Fino al 90% delle pianure alluvionali europee risulta ecologicamente degradato. (Rinnovabili.

A forest grows on its own. So why does it need attention?

Tue, 20 Nov 2018 14:43:00 +0100rtvslo (en)

"The series of natural disasters that has hit Slovenia in the last five years has wounded our forests, and these wounds have to be healed," explains Andrej Breznikar from the Slovenian Forest Service. The wind damage from the night between the 29th and 30th of October in the Koroška region was ten times smaller than last year's damage.

Slovenia, towards the future of droughts and floods

Tue, 20 Nov 2018 04:15:00 +0100europeandatajournalism (en)

According to data from Slovenian Environment Agency (ARSO), from 1961 the average temperature in Slovenia has increased by 2°C. This change is much more complex than it might seem, because it implies many negative consequences that will be felt throughout the country, such as extended drought....

Greek Summer Temperatures Up By 4 Degrees Celsius in Past Century

Wed, 31 Oct 2018 14:32:00 +0100greekreporter (en)

’s average temperatures during the summer months have risen by more than four degrees Celsius in a period of 100 years, according to Professor of Geology Christos Zerefos, head of the Research Center for Atmospheric Physics & Climatology of the Academy of Professor Christos Zerefos.

Biella al 15° posto nella classifica di Legambiente

Mon, 29 Oct 2018 20:44:00 +0100agenparl (it)

(AGENPARL) – Biella lun 29 ottobre 2018 Finito di stampare a ottobre 2018 Verde fruibile in area urbana (mq/abitante). Dati 2016. L’Aquila Taranto Teramo Terni Torino Trapani Trento Treviso Trieste Varese Venezia Verbania Vercelli Verona Vibo Valentia Alberi in aree di proprietà pubblica (alberi/100 abitanti).

‘Lifeboats’ amid the world’s wildfires

Sat, 20 Oct 2018 02:55:00 +0200seattletimes (en)

Forests have burned in spectacular fashion this year. From California to Colorado, Portugal to Greece, photographers have captured terrifying images of infernos soaring into the sky and spreading to the horizon. The fires left scenes of ashen destruction, but they did not wipe out everything.

Hurricane Michael damage could be worst in decades, warns Florida governor

Wed, 10 Oct 2018 13:54:00 +0200deutschewelle-hr (en)

Rick Knabb, the former head of the Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHC), urged residents to evacuate immediately and avoid seeking shelter in high-rise buildings. "Evacuate as instructed today. Shelter where you'll sleep tonight and stay for duration of storm and aftermath," Knabb warned.

Hurricane Michael damage could be worst in decades, warns Florida governor

Wed, 10 Oct 2018 13:47:00 +0200deutschewelle-sq (en)

Rick Knabb, the former head of the Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHC), urged residents to evacuate immediately and avoid seeking shelter in high-rise buildings. "Evacuate as instructed today. Shelter where you'll sleep tonight and stay for duration of storm and aftermath," Knabb warned.

Hurricane Michael damage could be worst in decades, warns Florida governor

Wed, 10 Oct 2018 13:39:00 +0200deutschewelle-el (en)

Rick Knabb, the former head of the Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHC), urged residents to evacuate immediately and avoid seeking shelter in high-rise buildings. "Evacuate as instructed today. Shelter where you'll sleep tonight and stay for duration of storm and aftermath," Knabb warned.

Hurricane Michael damage could be worst in decades, warns Florida governor

Wed, 10 Oct 2018 13:24:00 +0200deutschewelle-id (en)

Rick Knabb, the former head of the Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHC), urged residents to evacuate immediately and avoid seeking shelter in high-rise buildings. "Evacuate as instructed today. Shelter where you'll sleep tonight and stay for duration of storm and aftermath," Knabb warned.

Hurricane Michael damage could be worst in decades, warns Florida governor

Wed, 10 Oct 2018 13:22:00 +0200deutschewelle-fr (en)

Rick Knabb, the former head of the Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHC), urged residents to evacuate immediately and avoid seeking shelter in high-rise buildings. "Evacuate as instructed today. Shelter where you'll sleep tonight and stay for duration of storm and aftermath," Knabb warned.

Hurricane Michael damage could be worst in decades, warns Florida governor

Wed, 10 Oct 2018 13:16:00 +0200deutschewelle-mk (en)

Rick Knabb, the former head of the Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHC), urged residents to evacuate immediately and avoid seeking shelter in high-rise buildings. "Evacuate as instructed today. Shelter where you'll sleep tonight and stay for duration of storm and aftermath," Knabb warned.

Hurricane Michael damage could be worst in decades, warns Florida governor

Wed, 10 Oct 2018 13:16:00 +0200deutschewelle-ur (en)

Rick Knabb, the former head of the Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHC), urged residents to evacuate immediately and avoid seeking shelter in high-rise buildings. "Evacuate as instructed today. Shelter where you'll sleep tonight and stay for duration of storm and aftermath," Knabb warned.

Hurricane Michael damage could be worst in decades, warns Florida governor

Wed, 10 Oct 2018 13:15:00 +0200deutschewelle-ro (en)

Rick Knabb, the former head of the Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHC), urged residents to evacuate immediately and avoid seeking shelter in high-rise buildings. "Evacuate as instructed today. Shelter where you'll sleep tonight and stay for duration of storm and aftermath," Knabb warned.

Hurricane Michael damage could be worst in decades, warns Florida governor

Wed, 10 Oct 2018 13:14:00 +0200deutschewelle-bg (en)

Rick Knabb, the former head of the Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHC), urged residents to evacuate immediately and avoid seeking shelter in high-rise buildings. "Evacuate as instructed today. Shelter where you'll sleep tonight and stay for duration of storm and aftermath," Knabb warned.

Hurricane Michael damage could be worst in decades, warns Florida governor

Wed, 10 Oct 2018 13:12:00 +0200deutschewelle-hi (en)

Rick Knabb, the former head of the Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHC), urged residents to evacuate immediately and avoid seeking shelter in high-rise buildings. "Evacuate as instructed today. Shelter where you'll sleep tonight and stay for duration of storm and aftermath," Knabb warned.

Hurricane Michael damage could be worst in decades, warns Florida governor

Wed, 10 Oct 2018 13:11:00 +0200deutschewelle-sw (en)

Rick Knabb, the former head of the Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHC), urged residents to evacuate immediately and avoid seeking shelter in high-rise buildings. "Evacuate as instructed today. Shelter where you'll sleep tonight and stay for duration of storm and aftermath," Knabb warned.

Hurricane Michael damage could be worst in decades, warns Florida governor

Wed, 10 Oct 2018 13:10:00 +0200deutschewelle-ha (en)

Rick Knabb, the former head of the Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHC), urged residents to evacuate immediately and avoid seeking shelter in high-rise buildings. "Evacuate as instructed today. Shelter where you'll sleep tonight and stay for duration of storm and aftermath," Knabb warned.

Hurricane Michael damage could be worst in decades, warns Florida governor

Wed, 10 Oct 2018 13:04:00 +0200deutschewelle-sr (en)

Rick Knabb, the former head of the Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHC), urged residents to evacuate immediately and avoid seeking shelter in high-rise buildings. "Evacuate as instructed today. Shelter where you'll sleep tonight and stay for duration of storm and aftermath," Knabb warned.

Hurricane Michael damage could be worst in decades, warns Florida governor Hurricane Michael risks intensifying into a Category 4 storm as it speeds towards the Florida Panhandle. Tens of thousands of residents have been ordered to evacuate.

Wed, 10 Oct 2018 07:40:00 +0200deutschewelle-en (en)

Rick Knabb, the former head of the Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHC), urged residents to evacuate immediately and avoid seeking shelter in high-rise buildings. "Evacuate as instructed today. Shelter where you'll sleep tonight and stay for duration of storm and aftermath," Knabb warned.

Global warming increases wildfire potential damages in Mediterranean Europe

Wed, 03 Oct 2018 11:49:00 +0200iran-daily (en)

The higher the warming level is, the larger the increase of the burned area is, sciencedaily.com wrote. "To draw this conclusion we combined regional climate projections with several empirical models linking the summer burned area to key climatic drivers," notes Marco Turco, UB researcher and first author of the study.

Global Warming Increases Wildfire Potential Damages In Mediterranean Europe

Wed, 03 Oct 2018 08:00:00 +0200eurasiareview (en)

A study published in Nature Communications Eurasia Review , led by researchers of the University of Barcelona in collaboration with other research institutions, shows that anthropogenic warming will increase the burned areas due fires in Mediterranean Europe, and the increase of the burned area could be reduced by limiting global warming to 1.

Global warming increases wildfire potential damages in Mediterranean Europe

Wed, 03 Oct 2018 00:01:00 +0200sciencedaily (en)

"To draw this conclusion we combined regional climate projections with several empirical models linking the summer burned area to key climatic drivers," notes Marco Turco, UB researcher and first author of the study. "These results support the statement of the Paris Agreement (2015) that reports that limiting the temperature increase to 1.

Anthropogenic warming increases wildfire potential damages in Mediterranean Europe

Tue, 02 Oct 2018 20:23:00 +0200yubanet (en)

Simulation of the burned area for global warming cases of an increase by 1.5 ºC, 2 ºC and 3 ºC. On the left side, a case applying the stationary model (SM), and the case with a non-stationary model (NSM) at the right. Dots show the areas where at least the 50 % of simulations show a statistically significant change.

Global warming increases wildfire potential damages in Mediterranean Europe

Tue, 02 Oct 2018 18:30:00 +0200alphagalileo (en)

A study published in Nature Communications , led by researchers of the University of Barcelona in collaboration with other research institutions, shows that anthropogenic warming will increase the burned areas due fires in Mediterranean Europe, and the increase of the burned area could be reduced by limiting global warming to 1.

Global warming increases wildfire potential damages in Mediterranean Europe

Tue, 02 Oct 2018 18:03:00 +0200eurekalert (en)

Credit: Marco Turco et al. A study published in Nature Communications , led by researchers of the University of Barcelona in collaboration with other research institutions, shows that anthropogenic warming will increase the burned areas due fires in Mediterranean Europe, and the increase of the....

The Weirdest U.S. Weather Events Of 2018 So F...

Mon, 01 Oct 2018 07:34:00 +0200modernghana (en)

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The weirdest U.S. weather events of 2018 so far

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