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Natalini: 38 gradi al Polo Nord e eolico a mare

Sat, 27 Jun 2020 12:13:00 +0200corriereromagna (it)

Nella cittadina siberiana di Verkhoyansk, situata nel Circolo Polare Artico, il termometro in questi giorni segna 38 gradi! La Russia ha appena vissuto il suo inverno più caldo degli ultimi 130 anni e la Siberia ha visto una prolungata ondata di caldo che ha causato incendi, una massiccia....

“Huge forest fires put our health at risk”

Tue, 16 Jun 2020 13:58:00 +0200epfl (en)

For weeks, the huge fires that consumed Australia at the beginning of this year were front-page news – and a major cause of global concern. Now, Siberia – Russia ’s northernmost region – is experiencing wildfires after record spring heat, with temperatures sometimes exceeding 30 degrees in May and an average of 10 degrees above seasonal standards.

Earth Day: Hotter, wetter, drought, fires – using satellite imagery to see climate change’s impact on global agriculture

Wed, 22 Apr 2020 23:08:00 +0200agfundernews (en)

Editor’s Note: Emily Negrin is director of global communications & marketing for Geosys , the satellite imagery analytics business. For Earth Day, we asked her to provide an overview of how climate change has impacted agriculture industries all over the world using data from the company’s 2019 Climate & Crop Report .

Meteo per lunedì 20 Aprile. CICLONE entra nel vivo, arriva il MALTEMPO

Sun, 19 Apr 2020 15:24:00 +0200247libero (it)

Si va ritirando l'anticiclone africano che ha dominato negli ultimi giorni sul Mediterraneo e su parte dell'Europa , messo alle corde da un duplice attacco proveniente da un lato dal Vicino Atlantico e dall'altro da infiltrazioni d'aria fredda che spingono dall'Est Europa, in seno ad una saccatura sulla Russia .

The northern-hemisphere winter of 2019-20 was the warmest ever on land

Fri, 27 Mar 2020 04:52:00 +0100economist (en)

T HE MOST commonly cited risks of climate change are natural disasters: fiercer wildfires and hurricanes, bigger floods and longer droughts. But one of the most striking recent effects of global warming has been unusually mild weather in many parts of the world.

Allerta Meteo, l’ultimo ruggito dell’Inverno sarà il più forte: GELO e NEVE da Lunedì, dalla Russia arriva il BURIAN

Sat, 21 Mar 2020 00:52:00 +0100meteoweb (it)

deve prepararsi a un brusco peggioramento delle condizioni meteorologiche: dopo l’Equinozio di Primavera, infatti, vivremo l’ondata di freddo più intensa di tutto l’inverno. Dopo una stagione eccezionalmente calda e siccitosa, infatti, proprio nei prossimi giorni le temperature crolleranno....

Hotter climate upped risk of Australia's record bushfires by 30%, new study finds

Thu, 05 Mar 2020 04:46:00 +0100tvnz (en)

“There is evidence that Australian fire seasons have lengthened and become more intense — and extreme temperatures have played a role in this,” said Sophie Lewis, a climate scientist at the University of New South Wales in Canberra and a co-author of the study.

Hotter climate increased risk of Australia’s record fires by 30%

Thu, 05 Mar 2020 01:53:00 +0100newsnow-co-uk (en)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Climate change raised the chances of Australia’s extreme fire season by at least 30%, according to a study released Wednesday by climate scientists at the World Weather Attribution group. Scientists from Australia, Europe and North America calculated just how much human-caused....

Hotter climate upped risk of Australia's record fires by 30 per cent

Thu, 05 Mar 2020 01:03:00 +0100nzherald (en)

Climate change raised the chances of Australia's extreme fire season by at least 30 per cent, according to a study released Wednesday by climate scientists at the World Weather Attribution group. Scientists from Australia, Europe and North America calculated just how much human-caused global warming....

Hotter climate upped risk of Australia’s record fires by 30%

Wed, 04 Mar 2020 21:16:00 +0100thespec (en)

WASHINGTON — Climate change raised the chances of Australia's extreme fire season by at least 30 per cent, according to a study released Wednesday by climate scientists at the World Weather Attribution group. Scientists from Australia, Europe and North America calculated just how much human-caused....

Hotter climate upped risk of Australia's record fires by 30%

Wed, 04 Mar 2020 19:01:00 +0100siouxcityjournal (en)

A decade ago, while scientists often discussed how climate change increased the likelihood of extreme weather patterns, researchers were still reluctant to explicitly connect any specific weather event with climate change. Today, more precise computer models allow scientists to pinpoint the degree....

Hotter climate upped risk of Australia’s record fires by 30%

Wed, 04 Mar 2020 18:57:00 +0100seattletimes (en)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Climate change raised the chances of Australia’s extreme fire season by at least 30%, according to a study released Wednesday by climate scientists at the World Weather Attribution group. Scientists from Australia, Europe and North America calculated just how much human-caused....

Hotter climate upped risk of Australia’s record fires by 30%

Wed, 04 Mar 2020 18:49:00 +0100therepublic (en)

WASHINGTON Climate change raised the chances of Australia’s extreme fire season by at least 30%, according to a study released Wednesday by climate scientists at the World Weather Attribution group. Scientists from Australia, Europe and North America calculated just how much human-caused global....

Hotter climate upped risk of Australia’s record fires by 30%

Wed, 04 Mar 2020 18:47:00 +0100dailyjournal (en)

WASHINGTON Climate change raised the chances of Australia’s extreme fire season by at least 30%, according to a study released Wednesday by climate scientists at the World Weather Attribution group. Scientists from Australia, Europe and North America calculated just how much human-caused global....

Hotter climate upped risk of Australia's record fires by 30%

Wed, 04 Mar 2020 18:28:00 +0100sfgate (en)

WASHINGTON (AP) Climate change raised the chances of Australia’s extreme fire season by at least 30%, according to a study released Wednesday by climate scientists at the World Weather Attribution group. Scientists from Australia, Europe and North America calculated just how much human-caused global....

Hotter climate upped risk of Australia's record fires by 30%

Wed, 04 Mar 2020 18:22:00 +0100startribune (en)

Scientists from Australia, Europe and North America calculated just how much human-caused global warming elevated the likelihood of Australia's record-setting fire season by comparing high-resolution computer models of the continent facing varying levels of climate change.

Hotter climate upped risk of Australia’s record fires by 30%

Wed, 04 Mar 2020 18:21:00 +0100TorontoStar (en)

WASHINGTON - Climate change raised the chances of Australia’s extreme fire season by at least 30%, according to a study released Wednesday by climate scientists at the World Weather Attribution group. Scientists from Australia, Europe and North America calculated just how much human-caused global....

Hotter climate upped risk of Australia's record fires by 30%

Wed, 04 Mar 2020 18:16:00 +0100ABCnews (en)

Fire burns in the grass near Bumbalong, south of the Australian capital, Canberra, Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020. The threat is posed by a blaze on Canberra's southern fringe that has razed more than 21,500 hectares (53,000 acres) since it was sparked by heat from a military helicopter landing light on Monday, the Emergency Services Agency said.

Russia supports community resilience in Laos

Tue, 03 Mar 2020 16:10:00 +0100vientianetimes (en)

. As a new partner to the World Food Programme (WFP), the Russia n Ministry of Emergency Situations has provided more than US$1 million to the agency. WFP is using this contribution to buy cooking oil, canned fish and construction materials for distribution to about 27,500 villagers in northern Laos....

Lao PDR: WFP's resilience work receives support from Russia

Tue, 03 Mar 2020 13:14:00 +0100reliefWeb (en)

VIENTIANE Cooking oil and canned fish from Russia are arriving in Laos to support WFP’s resilience work for communities vulnerable to climate change. The food items, worth US$1 million, will be distributed to 27,500 people in the northern provinces whose lives have been affected by floods, droughts and pest outbreaks over the past two years.

Russia Supports Community Resilience in Lao PDR

Tue, 03 Mar 2020 07:56:00 +0100kpl (en)

KPL) In-kind food contributions from Russia arrived in Laos this week, bound to bridge gaps in food security caused by climate change impacts for communities in the northern provinces of the Lao PDR. The Ambassador of Russia to the Lao PDR Vladimir Kalinin received the food commodities at the World Food Programme’s (WFP) warehouse on March 3, 2020.

What will be the new face of European agriculture in the coming years?

Tue, 03 Mar 2020 04:31:00 +0100euronews-en (en)

First there was the wave of cold Siberian air that hit olive groves across Italy. Then came the scorching summer, with its extreme temperatures and shortage of rains. October and November followed with floods and excessive rains. According to the professional magazine Olive Oil Times , in 2018,....

Una tormenta de invierno que se extiende por todo el sur podría traer condiciones peligrosas para los conductores en partes de EE.UU.

Thu, 20 Feb 2020 17:29:00 +0100cnnespanol (es)

(CNN) — Gran parte del sudeste de Estados Unidos verá lluvia o nieve a medida que las temperaturas frías continúan este jueves. Una tormenta invernal que se extiende desde las Montañas Humeantes en Tennessee hasta partes de Georgia y Carolina del Norte ha dejado a más de 12 millones de personas bajo advertencias o alertas por el invernal.

Tormenta podría poner en riesgo a conductores en EE.UU.

Thu, 20 Feb 2020 16:29:00 +0100cnnMexico (es)

(CNN) — Gran parte del sudeste de Estados Unidos verá lluvia o nieve a medida que las temperaturas frías continúan este jueves. Una tormenta invernal que se extiende desde las Montañas Humeantes en Tennessee hasta partes de Georgia y Carolina del Norte ha dejado a más de 12 millones de personas bajo advertencias o alertas por el invernal.

Previsioni Meteo Primavera 2020, la tendenza stagionale di AccuWeather: caldo esagerato in tutt’Europa, tanta pioggia tra Italia e Balcani

Wed, 19 Feb 2020 17:01:00 +0100meteoweb (it)

Previsioni Meteo Primavera 2020: molti Paesi europei vedranno condizioni di forte maltempo, siccità e periodi di tempesta da marzo a maggio, secondo la tendenza stagionale di AccuWeather. – L’inverno 2019-2020 è stato anonimo nella maggior parte dell’Europa e la diffusa mancanza di aria fredda sul....

Incendi: il Portogallo combatte il fuoco...con il fuoco

Wed, 19 Feb 2020 05:00:00 +0100euronews-it (it)

"È stato molto caldo, per essere inverno. Abbiamo appena avuto il gennaio più caldo di sempre in Europa, con temperature superiori di 3,1 gradi centigradi alla media del periodo dal 1981 al 2010", ci ricorda Jeremy. Mosca: oltre 9 gradi in più rispetto alla media di gennaio. Andiamo a dare un'occhiata in un contesto più ampio.

Cambiamenti climatici e incendi: un collegamento ancora da verificare

Tue, 18 Feb 2020 04:25:00 +0100euronews-it (it)

"È stato molto caldo, per essere inverno. Abbiamo appena avuto il gennaio più caldo di sempre in Europa, con temperature superiori di 3,1 gradi centigradi alla media del periodo dal 1981 al 2010". Mosca: oltre 9 gradi in più rispetto alla media di gennaio. Andiamo a dare un'occhiata in un contesto più ampio.

Gli Cheerokee stanno depositando i semi delle piante sacre per salvarle dall’estinzione (e conservare la propria identità)

Wed, 12 Feb 2020 11:07:00 +0100greenme (it)

La Nazione Cherokee raccoglierà i semi simbolo della propria cultura e li depositerà nella banca dei semi delle isole Svalbard, in Norvegia per preservarli dall’estinzione. I cherockee vivono in Oklahoma, dopo che 15mila di loro sono stati espulsi dai militari americani, che li hanno cacciati....

Projection shows climate catastrophe for Europe

Mon, 10 Feb 2020 18:23:00 +0100taipeitimes (en)

A series of detailed maps have laid bare the scale of possible forest fires, floods, droughts and deluges that Europe could face by the end of the century without urgent action to adapt to and confront global warming. An average 1m rise in sea levels by the end of the century — without any flood....

Fire Disaster in Israel Blamed on Predicted Climate Change

Sat, 01 Feb 2020 14:24:00 +0100earthtimes (en)

December 2010 will be remembered in Israel as the month of the disastrous fire that swept through the beautiful Carmel Mountains near Haifa. As fire raged through the area, a national disaster was declared and there was an international call for assistance.

This map shows where people on the coasts will flee to once sea levels rise

Fri, 24 Jan 2020 18:32:00 +0100fastcompany (en)

“We realized that while existing research has studied the effects of sea-level rise on coastal populations, it hasn’t considered the farther-reaching effects,” says lead author Caleb Robinson, a doctoral scholar at Georgia Tech who is currently doing research at USC.

Climate change, andremo al mare nel Nord Europa: ecco i Paesi che ci guadagnano -

Thu, 23 Jan 2020 04:17:00 +0100ilSole24ore (it)

L’impatto sul turismo del Mediterraneo Ad esempio, si legge nel report, potremmo trovarci ad andare in vacanza nel mare del Nord, magari sulle coste più belle della Germania o lungo la costa belga e olandese. L’aumento delle temperature, infatti, proiettando al massimo i trend finora registrati,....

Ortofrutta, meno export e più import: Italia superata da Spagna e Olanda

Tue, 21 Jan 2020 06:06:00 +0100ilSole24ore (it)

Le pere, con mele e kiwi, sono il frutto che più ha risentito di cali produttivi con picchi fino a -60% 3' di lettura. Sono 133 i milioni di euro persi nell’export nei primi dieci mesi del 2019 – che equivalgono a un calo percentuale del 3,6 – per un’impennata dei valori dell’import di oltre il 10%.

Zimbabwe political, social and economic persp...

Thu, 16 Jan 2020 13:06:00 +0100modernghana (en)

Political landscape After the 2018 harmonized elections which gave the ZANU PF party the mandate to rule. President Emmerson Mnangagwa appealed to all political party Presidents who contested in the elections to come together with the aim of engaging in a national dialogue and find solution stop the....

Negative consequences of climate change quite strong in Russia

Tue, 14 Jan 2020 20:54:00 +0100gulf-times (en)

Russia ’s first plan to adapt to climate change is a tardy but much-needed acknowledgement of the risks and opportunities presented by global warming, although it lacks concrete action to address the increasingly evident threats, analysts said. The document, published this month on a government....

Cos’è l’Inverno nucleare, il devastante scenario meteorologico che sarebbe innescato da una guerra atomica

Tue, 14 Jan 2020 11:35:00 +0100meteoweb (it)

Anche se un attacco nucleare colpisce solo un’infrastruttura miliare o centri popolati di una nazione, potrebbe produrre grandi danni all’atmosfera terrestre. Sono passati quasi 75 anni da quando due bombe atomiche hanno devastato le città giapponesi di Hiroshima e Nagasaki, la prima e ultima....

Slow Climate Action May See Warming Do Russia More Harm Than Good

Sat, 11 Jan 2020 04:36:00 +0100themoscowtimes (en)

Russia would need to adjust to an increase in droughts, heavy rainfall, flooding, forest fires and infectious diseases, and should start teaching climate change in schools, it said. Given the "increasing vulnerability" of the population and economy to extreme weather and climate impacts, measures to....

Sluggish climate action may see warming do Russia more harm than good

Fri, 10 Jan 2020 15:41:00 +0100cyprus-mail (en)

Russia ’s first plan to adapt to climate change is a tardy but much-needed acknowledgement of the risks and opportunities presented by global warming, although it lacks concrete action to address the increasingly evident threats, analysts said. The document, published this month on a government....

Slow climate action may see warming do Russia more harm than good Rachel Savage and Angelina Davydova

Fri, 10 Jan 2020 14:10:00 +0100trust (en)

Russia 's first adaptation plan points to the economic opportunities of a hotter climate, but it also faces major threats from extreme weather and melting ice. By Rachel Savage and Angelina Davydova. LONDON, Jan 10 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Russia's first plan to adapt to climate change is a....

Africa joins space race

Thu, 09 Jan 2020 20:52:00 +0100apanews-en (en)

By Hicham Alaoui. It’s the African version of the space race. Since Egypt launched its first satellite in 1988, eleven countries on the continent have followed suit and others are preparing to join the small and exclusive African club of space “powers.

Il piano della Russia per «sfruttare i vantaggi» del cambiamento climatico

Thu, 09 Jan 2020 08:26:00 +0100greenreport (it)

. La Russia in bilico tra il negazionismo climatico di Putin e la consapevolezza che il riscaldamento globale sta cambiando il Paese e l’economia molto velocemente. [9 Gennaio 2020] La Russia ha pubblicato un piano per adattare la sua economia e la sua popolazione ai cambiamenti climatici, sperando....

Russia unveils plan to 'use the advantages' of climate change

Mon, 06 Jan 2020 08:26:00 +0100iran-daily (en)

The 17-page document was published online by Russia 's Ministry of Economic Development, and outlines measures to mitigate the damage caused by climate change as well as to "use the advantages" of warmer temperatures, dw.com reported. It acknowledges that changes in the climate have had "a prominent....

Russia unveils plan to 'use the advantages' of climate change

Mon, 06 Jan 2020 01:55:00 +0100deutschewelle-en (en)

The Russia n government has unveiled a plan to adapt the country's economy and population to climate change. The 17-page document was published online by Russia's Ministry of Economic Development on Saturday, and outlines measures to mitigate the damage caused by climate change as well as to "use the advantages" of warmer temperatures.

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