Overall Orange alert Drought for Southern Europe-2023
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The Green Energy Revolution Can Be Sabotaged and Delayed, But It Cannot Be Stopped

2024-07-14T13:35+0200commondreams (en)

The renewable energy transformation is accelerating — no matter how hard the fossil fuel industry and its supporters push back. It’s about time. I’m just one of many who’ve spent decades warning about the consequences of burning massive amounts of dirty fuels.

The energy transformation is unstoppable

2024-07-11T22:33+0200rabble (en)

Of course, we must do much more if we want to avoid worsening the climate change impacts we’re already seeing: heat domes and other extreme weather events, floods, droughts, wildfires, migrant crises, species extinctions, water shortages, rising sea levels and more — not to mention pollution-related health problems.

North suffers from rain and cold, South from heat waves and forest fires – Executive Digest

2024-07-11T01:46+0200oe-mag (en)

European leaders must quickly address worrying climate trends across the continent, experts warned this Wednesday, given the ‘bipolar’ behavior of weather in Europe in June. There are two versions: in the north of the continent, temperatures are below average, with more rain than normal, while the....

Flooding and heat waves - what is happening to Europe’s weather?

2024-07-10T15:27+0200euronews-en (en)

The weather in Europe this July is, effectively, a tale of two halves. In the north of the continent, temperatures have been far below average, with significantly more rain than normal, while the south is battling heat waves and wildfires. In Belgium alone, June marked the ninth month in a row with....

Europa meridionale e ondate di calore, esperti preoccupati

2024-07-05T17:21+0200donnamoderna (it)

Nel mese di giugno l’Europa meridionale si è trovata ad affrontare temperature record causate dell’aria calda in arrivo dal Nord Africa. Le ondate di calore a Cipro e in Grecia hanno causato la morte di numerose persone, mentre la Turchia è alle prese con incendi boschivi e temperature che hanno superato i 40 C.

GLOBAL MARKET OVERVIEW LIMES

2024-07-05T11:26+0200freshplaza-nl (en)

The very mixed weather patterns across Brazil, impacting the growing and harvesting of limes, has caused lower volumes to be exported to European markets. Some parts of the South American country have seen drought and other parts a lot of rain, leading to variable lime quality being reported in receiving markets.

La Región pide que se reconozca su singularidad climática en la PAC

2024-07-04T20:18+0200laopiniondemurcia (es)

Sara Rubira, ha pedido este jueves en la conferencia sectorial del ramo que tiene lugar en Pamplona que se tenga en cuenta la singularidad climática del sureste español y su tratamiento como «isla agroclimática» ante la propuesta de modificación del Plan Estratégico de la PAC.

Mequinenza pide la declaración de zona catastrófica por los daños de la tormenta de inicios de julio

2024-07-04T15:30+0200freshplaza (es)

El mes de julio ha arrancado con tormentas en diversos puntos de España, que en la zona de Mequinenza han sido especialmente fuertes, hasta el punto de llevar al ayuntamiento de la población a solicitar la declaración de zona catastrófica por los daños de la tormenta acompañada de fuertes vientos y granizo de la madrugada del 1 de julio.

Spain hotspot brings in new swimming pool ban ahead of summer holiday peak

2024-07-04T11:39+0200birminghammail (en)

An area in one of Spain 's most popular holiday destinations has introduced a ban on filling up swimming pools after months of little rainfall. Several regions in Spain have hit by droughts since the start of this year, with unusually-low levels of rainfall leaving reservoirs low and forcing authorities to implement water-saving measures.

Peligran estos patrimonios históricos: un famoso meteorólogo avisa de lo que está por llegar

2024-07-04T10:44+0200elperiodico (es)

Por qué confiar en El Periódico Por qué confiar en El Periódico El cambio climático, con sus efectos cada vez más intensos, no solo amenaza la biodiversidad y los ecosistemas, sino que también pone en riesgo el patrimonio histórico de España, un legado invaluable que atestigua la rica historia y....

Europe heatwave: Weather maps turn killer white as Spain, Portugal holiday hubs hit 44C

2024-07-04T09:09+0200express (en)

The southern part of the Alentejo region of Portugal and the Algarve will also see thermometers spike to a maximum of 43C. Europe has been grappling with unprecedented high temperatures this year , leading to severe droughts and devastating wildfires. From the beginning of June, officials in Costa....

07:06 España hace historia y producirá este año por primera vez más de la mitad de su electricidad con renovables

2024-07-04T07:14+0200elcorreoweb (es)

España se ha embarcado en los últimos años en un despliegue masivo de nuevas plantas de renovables y la revolución verde está provocando una sacudida en la producción de electricidad del país. La avalancha verde hará posible que el sistema eléctrico español logre este año un hito histórico y por....

Forrajes: los precios caen un 40% con respecto al año pasado

2024-07-04T05:11+0200agrodigital (es)

A pesar de una caída productiva del 20-25% durante la campaña 2023-2024 a causa de la sequía, España se mantiene como el principal productor mundial de forrajes deshidratados, alcanzando una cifra de 980.000 toneladas producidas, de las que 785.000 toneladas fueron de alfalfa y 195.000 de otros cultivos, señalan desde JARC.

Manuel Delgado, científico: "Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T20:31+0200lanuevaespana (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del , los....

Manuel Delgado, científico: "Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T18:51+0200elperiodicoextremadura (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del , los....

Manuel Delgado, científico: "Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T18:50+0200laopinioncoruna (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del , los....

Manuel Delgado, científico: "Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T18:49+0200sport-es (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del , los....

Manuel Delgado, científico: "Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T18:48+0200diarioCordoba (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del , los....

Manuel Delgado, científico: "Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T18:48+0200elperiodicodearagon (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del , los....

Manuel Delgado, científico: "Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T18:48+0200FaroDeVigo (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del , los....

17:41 Manuel Delgado, científico: "Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T18:47+0200eldia (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del , los....

Manuel Delgado, científico: "Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T18:46+0200DiarioDeMallorca (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del , los....

Manuel Delgado, científico: "Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T18:46+0200laprovincia (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del , los....

Manuel Delgado, científico: "Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T18:46+0200laopiniondezamora (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del , los....

Manuel Delgado, científico: "Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T18:46+0200laopiniondemalaga (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del , los....

Manuel Delgado, científico: "Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T18:46+0200diariodeibiza (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del , los....

Manuel Delgado, científico: "Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T18:44+0200levante-emv (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del , los....

Manuel Delgado, científico: "Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T18:43+0200laopiniondemurcia (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del , los....

Manuel Delgado, científico: "Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T18:41+0200elperiodicomediterraneo (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del , los....

"Es un error que España cultive frutas tropicales en zonas donde ya de por sí no hay agua"

2024-07-02T18:03+0200elperiodico (es)

Se trata, literalmente, de la base de la vida en la tierra y, aún así, se trata de un pilar casi invisible . El investigador Manuel Delgado Baquerizo, del Instituto de Recursos Naturales y Agrobiología de Sevilla (IRNAS-CSIC), ha dedicado su carrera a estudiar el estado de los suelos del planeta,....

La red de drenaje de la ciudad de Alicante es "una de las más punteras" de España, ...

2024-07-02T13:19+0200gentedigital (es)

ALICANTE, 2 (EUROPA PRESS) La red de drenaje de la ciudad de Alicante es "una de las más punteras del ámbito nacional", según concluye el II Informe de la Cátedra Aguas de Alicante de Cambio Climático de la Universidad de Alicante (UA). El documento 'Análisis estadístico de datos hidrometeorológicos....

¿Puede hundirse el suelo por la sequía en la Comunitat Valenciana? Alertan del riesgo de derrumbes

2024-07-01T13:35+0200elperiodico (es)

El Grupo Parlamentario VOX en las Cortes Valencianas ha presentado una Proposición No de Ley (PNL) para instar al Gobierno de España a que se garantice el agua suficiente en aquellas zonas en riesgo de hundimiento que permita aliviar además la presión sobre los acuíferos, garantizando la sostenibilidad económica de la actividad del regadío.

“Empresa valenciana ahorra el 99% del agua en los procesos de desinfección de las bodegas”

2024-06-30T06:07+0200larazon-es (es)

¿Cuáles fueron los orígenes de la compañía? En 2014, comenzamos a desarrollar nuestra tecnología FIP (Fog in Place) en colaboración con clientes de zumo en Brasil y Estados Unidos. Fue un proceso complejo, pero los resultados fueron excelentes y en 2018 fundamos Aurratech Europa en España, logrando clientes como la extinta Zumosol y J.

Forest Fires in Europe: A Growing Challenge

2024-06-29T17:14+0200eustafor (en)

Forest Fires are not what they used to be Forest fires have always been a natural element in European ecosystems, playing their role in shaping landscapes, renewing habitats, and fostering biodiversity. However, in recent decades, the frequency and intensity of forest fires in countries like Spain ,....

Noticias del sector: La superficie forestal certificada por FSC ha crecido en España hasta las 742.451 hectáreasMaría Santos nos trae las noticias del sector.

2024-06-29T08:24+0200esradio (es)

1.- Los embalses almacenan actualmente 35.692 hectómetros cúbicos (hm3) y sitúan a la reserva hídrica al 63,7% de su capacidad total tras la pérdida de 339 hm3 en los últimos siete días (-0,6%). Esta es la cuarta semana consecutiva que los embalses pierden agua, frente a las cuencas catalanas que....

Vino: l’Italia supera la Spagna: restiamo secondi al mondo per competitività vitivinicola (nonostante la siccità)

2024-06-28T18:00+0200greenme (it)

Nel futuro si prospetta una sfida a tre tra Francia, Italia e Spagna, mentre i Paesi del Nuovo Mondo, come Stati Uniti, Australia e Cile, continueranno a lottare per guadagnare posizioni L’Italia ha superato la Spagna e si è posizionata al secondo posto nella classifica mondiale della competitività....

Forests, Vol. 15, Pages 1113: Long-Term Effects of Mistletoe Removal on Radial Growth of Semi-Arid Aleppo Pine Forests

2024-06-27T11:59+0200mdpi (en)

Mistletoes are hemiparasites that modify how trees cope with drought by impairing the relationships between water, carbon, and nutrients within the tree. Thus, mistletoes endanger the vitality and persistence of trees in drought-prone regions, such as the Mediterranean Basin.

La tragedia del lago di Garda. Quattro giorni di ricerche: barista trovato senza vita

2024-06-27T06:04+0200zazoom-it (it)

(Di giovedì 27 giugno 2024) Il corpo di Guozheng Zhu, conosciuto come Filippo, cinese naturalizzato bresciano da anni sul lago di Garda , è stato restituito ai suoi cari dopo quasi Quattro giorni di ricerche coordinate dalla Guardia Costiera. Filippo, residente a Toscolano, dove gestiva un pub, è....

Importance of Holistic Stormwater Management in Safeguarding Europe’s Water Reserves

2024-06-26T18:03+0200waternewseurope (en)

Photo: Pipelife International GmbH. According to the latest U.N. report , 2 billion people or 26% of the world’s population lack access to safe drinking water. Recent data from World Resources Institute reveal an even more alarming view: roughly 4 billion people are exposed to water stress at least one month per year.

Spagna elimina l'iva sull'olio di olivaAl Consiglio dei ministri odierno la decisione sulla misura per rilanciare l'industria in crisi

2024-06-25T12:50+0200efanews (it)

La Spagna viene in aiuto alla sua industria dell'olio in crisi e lo fa con una misura storica: l'eliminazione dell'Iva sull'olio d'oliva. La misura è stata annunciata da Luis Planas , ministro spagnolo dell'Agricoltura, della pesca e dell'alimentazione, in occasione della presentazione del "Rapporto sui consumi alimentari del Paese per il 2023".

Electric Boats, Electric Planes, Electric Hyundai Race Car, & Tons of Renewable Energy News

2024-06-25T02:14+0200cleantechnica (en)

We’ve got a lot of fresh cleantech news highlights to share again today. The Hyundai IONIQ 5 N triumphed in the Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC) on June 23, “setting a record in the Production SUV/Crossover and Electric Modified categories.

Vince il sud Italia: nei pacchetti turistici venduti nelle agenzie, continua a posizionarsi al primo posto. Bene le città d’arte.

2024-06-24T18:52+0200corrieredelleconomia (it)

Non c’è storia: la preferenza per il sud d’Italia nei pacchetti turistici che le agenzie vendono ai clienti è davvero netta. Lo conferma un sondaggio interno di Fiavet-Confcommercio che vede in cima alla classifica Sicilia, Sardegna, Puglia, Campania, Calabria, Basilicata e Isole minori.

Fiavet, Sicilia regina delle mete vendute in agenzia viaggi

2024-06-24T16:41+0200quotidiano (it)

È netta la preferenza per il Sud Italia per i turisti che prenotano in agenzia di viaggi. Lo conferma un sondaggio interno di Fiavet-Confcommercio che vede in cima alla classifica Sicilia, Sardegna, Puglia, Campania, Calabria, Basilicata e Isole minori.

Fiavet, Sicilia regina delle mete vendute in agenzia viaggi

2024-06-24T16:39+0200ecomy-it (it)

È netta la preferenza per il Sud Italia per i turisti che prenotano in agenzia di viaggi. Lo conferma un sondaggio interno di Fiavet-Confcommercio che vede in cima alla classifica Sicilia, Sardegna, Puglia, Campania, Calabria, Basilicata e Isole minori.

Fiavet, Sicilia regina delle mete vendute in agenzia viaggi

2024-06-24T16:36+0200ansa (it)

È netta la preferenza per il Sud Italia per i turisti che prenotano in agenzia di viaggi. Lo conferma un sondaggio interno di Fiavet-Confcommercio che vede in cima alla classifica Sicilia, Sardegna, Puglia, Campania, Calabria, Basilicata e Isole minori.

Fiavet, Sicilia regina delle mete vendute in agenzia viaggi

2024-06-24T16:27+0200tiscali-it (it)

(ANSA) - ROMA, 24 GIU - È netta la preferenza per il Sud Italia per i turisti che prenotano in agenzia di viaggi. Lo conferma un sondaggio interno di Fiavet-Confcommercio che vede in cima alla classifica Sicilia, Sardegna, Puglia, Campania, Calabria, Basilicata e Isole minori.

Food prices continue to hover at near record levels due to continued wet weather

2024-06-24T10:42+0200thescottishfarmer (en)

Figures from the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU) which looked at ONS data, blamed extreme weather and climate change for the 40% increase in food prices. It claims a shopping basket of food has gone up by £10, from £24 to £34, since inflation surged and the cost of living crisis began.

Il Marocco sarà un incubo per la Spagna che torna in campo grazie alla punta dell’Italia

2024-06-22T16:14+0200flaminiaedintorni (it)

Il Marocco sta imparando da alcuni paesi per migliorare la propria produzione agricola . Alcuni di loro si sono concentrati sul miglioramento dei cocomeri, uno dei frutti estivi. I problemi di siccità hanno spinto il Marocco a guardare all’Italia per trovare soluzioni volte a migliorare le tecniche....

Top 14 hottest places on Earth from Tunisia to Kuwait, as heatwaves sweep much of world

2024-06-22T16:12+0200TheFrontierPost-en (en)

Hayley Skirka / Evelyn Lau. Last year, the world experienced the hottest day recorded on Earth. According to data from the United States National Centres for Environmental Prediction, the world’s average temperature reached 17.01ºC last July, surpassing the previous record set in August 2016, when average global temperatures reached 16.

Olio d’oliva, la Spagna abolisce l’iva dal primo di luglio per contrastare il caro prezzi

2024-06-22T12:44+0200agricultura (it)

ROMA – Sarà abolita, a partire dal primo luglio, l’iva sull’olio d’oliva in Spagna. La decisione sarà varata dal Governo spagnolo, martedì 25 giugno durante il Consiglio dei ministri, con l’obiettivo di alleggerire i prezzi dell’olio d’oliva spagnolo che hanno già accumulato un aumento annuo di oltre il 40%.

La devastadora sequía de 1789

2024-06-22T08:33+0200laverdad (es)

En 1789, España sufrió una sequía extrema que devastó la agricultura y ganadería del país, llevando a una grave escasez de alimentos y al aumento de los precios, especialmente del pan. Este desastre natural provocó un gran descontento social, con revueltas y malestar generalizado. El ...

La Spagna azzera l'Iva sull'olio per stimolare i consumi

2024-06-22T07:13+0200247libero (it)

AGI - A partire da luglio il Governo spagnolo azzererà l'Iva sull'olio di oliva per aumentarne i consumi. La decisione è stata presa in seguito all'aumento del prezzo dell'olio registrato negli ultimi anni, avvenuto a causa della drastica riduzione dei raccolti e alla siccità.

Top 14 hottest places on Earth from Tunisia to Kuwait

2024-06-22T06:31+0200thenational (en)

on Earth. According to data from the United States National Centres for Environmental Prediction, the world's average temperature reached 17.01ºC last July, surpassing the previous record set in August 2016, when average global temperatures reached 16.92ºC. This year does not seem to be faring any better.

I danni della siccità nel sud Italia

2024-06-22T03:47+0200ilSole24ore (it)

La mancanza di piogge nel meridione del paese si fa sentire sull’agricoltura, che conta i suoi danni. Per la stessa ragiona la Spagna taglia l’Iva sull’olio di oliva. In conclusione parliamo di intelligenza artificiale.

La Spagna azzera l'Iva sull'olio per stimolare i consumi

2024-06-22T02:34+0200agi (it)

AGI - A partire da luglio il Governo spagnolo azzererà l'Iva sull'olio di oliva per aumentarne i consumi. La decisione è stata presa in seguito all'aumento del prezzo dell'olio registrato negli ultimi anni, avvenuto a causa della drastica riduzione dei raccolti e alla siccità.

Come coltivare lo zafferano, dal bellissimo fiore fino alla spezia pregiata

2024-06-21T18:38+0200ohga (it)

Pianta dello zafferano. Da sempre coltivato nei Paesi dell’Asia Minore e in quelli dell’area mediterranea, come Italia, Spagna e Grecia, ma anche sulle coste dell'Africa settentrionale, lo zafferano è noto per la spezia che si ricava dal suo fiore . Nasce da un bulbo e non dai semi perché è un fiore....

Spagna, l?olio d?oliva nel gruppo degli alimenti di prima necessità senza Iva

2024-06-21T18:29+0200ilmattino (it)

Dal 1 luglio l'olio d'oliva in Spagna sarà esente dall' IVA , unendosi al gruppo di altri alimenti considerati essenziali. Lo ha annunciato il governo spagnolo, come riporta la stampa nazionale. L'obiettivo di questa misura temporanea è proteggere e incoraggiare il consumo di olio d'oliva, un....

La Spagna azzera l'Iva sull'olio d'oliva. Lollobrigida lo paragonava al vino

2024-06-21T16:41+0200247libero (it)

Il governo spagnolo ha annunciato l’abolizione dell’Iva sull’olio d’oliva, una decisione che verrà ufficializzata dal Consiglio dei ministri dell’esecutivo guidato da Pedro Sanchez il 25 giugno e che entrerà in vigore a partire da luglio, come risposta all’incremento vertiginoso dei prezzi dell’olio....

La Spagna azzera l’Iva sull’olio d’oliva. Lollobrigida lo paragonava al vino

2024-06-21T16:12+0200radiolombardia (it)

Il governo spagnolo ha annunciato l’abolizione dell’Iva sull’olio d’oliva, una decisione che verrà ufficializzata dal Consiglio dei ministri dell’esecutivo guidato da Pedro Sanchez il 25 giugno e che entrerà in vigore a partire da luglio, come risposta all’incremento vertiginoso dei prezzi dell’olio....

Spagna: media, 'governo elimina Iva dall'olio d'oliva e di semi'

2024-06-21T14:28+0200altoadige (it)

(ANSA) - MADRID, 21 GIU - Il Consiglio dei ministri approverà la prossima settimana l'eliminazione dell'Iva dall'olio d'oliva e di semi, che entrerà in vigore dal 1 luglio, secondo fonti governative anticipate dalla radio Cadena Ser e confermate da El Pais.

Spagna: media, 'governo elimina Iva dall'olio d'oliva e di semi'

2024-06-21T14:23+0200ansa (it)

Il Consiglio dei ministri approverà la prossima settimana l'eliminazione dell'Iva dall'olio d'oliva e di semi, che entrerà in vigore dal 1 luglio, secondo fonti governative anticipate dalla radio Cadena Ser e confermate da El Pais. La misura, promossa dal ministero delle Finanze, si inquadra....

Spagna, iva azzerata sull’olio d’oliva contro l’aumento dei prezzi

2024-06-21T14:13+0200wallstreetitalia (it)

Il governo spagnolo ha annunciato l’abolizione dell’Iva sull’olio d’oliva, una decisione che verrà ufficializzata dal Consiglio dei ministri il 25 giugno e che entrerà in vigore a partire dal mese di luglio, come risposta all’incremento vertiginoso dei prezzi dell’olio d’oliva causato dalla significativa riduzione dei raccolti dovuta alla siccità.

Spagna, iva azzerata sull’olio d’oliva contro l’aumento dei prezzi

2024-06-21T13:44+0200finanza (it)

Il governo spagnolo ha annunciato l’abolizione dell’Iva sull’olio d’oliva, una decisione che verrà ufficializzata dal Consiglio dei ministri il 25 giugno e che entrerà in vigore a partire dal mese di luglio, come risposta all’incremento vertiginoso dei prezzi dell’olio d’oliva causato dalla significativa riduzione dei raccolti dovuta alla siccità.

Spagna, iva azzerata sull’olio d’oliva contro l’aumento dei prezzi

2024-06-21T13:39+0200finanzaonline (it)

Il governo spagnolo ha annunciato l’abolizione dell’Iva sull’olio d’oliva, una decisione che verrà ufficializzata dal Consiglio dei ministri il 25 giugno e che entrerà in vigore a partire dal mese di luglio, come risposta all’incremento vertiginoso dei prezzi dell’olio d’oliva causato dalla significativa riduzione dei raccolti dovuta alla siccità.

In Spagna dal 1° luglio niente Iva da olio d’oliva e di semi

2024-06-21T12:50+0200foodaffairs (it)

Il Consiglio dei ministri approverà la prossima settimana l’eliminazione dell’Iva dall’olio d’oliva e di semi, che entrerà in vigore dal 1 luglio, secondo fonti governative anticipate dalla radio Cadena Ser e confermate da El Pais. La misura, promossa dal ministero delle Finanze, si inquadra....

La Spagna taglierà l'IVA sull'olio d'oliva a zero per attenuare gli effetti della siccità sui prezzi

2024-06-21T10:30+0200marketscreener (it)

Il governo spagnolo ha intenzione di ridurre a zero l'aliquota dell'imposta sul valore aggiunto sull'olio d'oliva a partire da luglio, dopo che i prezzi all'ingrosso sono più che triplicati a causa di una grave siccità nella regione meridionale dell'Andalusia, ha dichiarato venerdì il Ministero del Bilancio.

“La siccità? Messina può tamponare l’emergenza acqua”

2024-06-21T07:28+0200tempostretto (it)

MESSINA – Crisi idrica e siccità. A tu per tu con Salvo Puccio , direttore generale del Comune di Messina ed ex presidente e direttore generale dell’Amam. Per il dirigente (nella foto con il sindaco Basile), con nuovi pozzi e un accordo per utilizzare la parte dove c’è più acqua dell’acquedotto....

Wet UK winter pushes up food prices

2024-06-20T14:26+0200freshplaza-nl (en)

The UK's wet winter has pushed up food prices as costs continue to hover near the record high, according to new data and analysis. A shopping basket of food has increased by £10, from £24 to £34, since inflation surged and cost of living crisis began, due to extreme weather.

EL RECHAZO POPULAR DE LA PARTITOCRACIA

2024-06-20T13:48+0200elimparcial (es)

En 1978 había en España 700.000 funcionarios públicos. En el año presente, caminamos francamente, si se suman los enchufados en el delirio de las empresas públicas, hacia la meta ya no tan lejana de los 4.000.000 millones. Por lo pronto, el Gobierno sanchista ha anunciado la convocatoria de empleo público por encima de las 40.

Refugiad@s: solidaridad ante la adversidad

2024-06-20T07:45+0200Publico-ES (es)

Varios migrantes esperan para desembarcar de un buque guardacostas español en el puerto de Arguineguin, en la isla de Gran Canaria. REUTERS/Borja Suárez. Ciento veinte millones de personas. Dos veces y media la población de España. Ese es el número de seres humanos que viven hoy desplazados a la....

UK's wet winter 'pushing up' food prices as costs near record high

2024-06-19T12:42+0200farminguk (en)

The UK's wet winter has pushed up food prices as costs continue to hover near the record high, according to new data and analysis. A shopping basket of food has gone up by £10, from £24 to £34, since inflation surged and cost of living crisis began, due to extreme weather.

Prishtina-Durrës railway, road works for Podujevë and Pejë, the ministry Aliu give details

2024-06-18T09:53+0200kosovapress (en)

Minister of Environment, Spatial Planning and Infrastructure, Liburn Aliu shows what will be the fate of the project for the Pristina-Durres railway. Until he gave more details about the benefits that Kosovo will have from this major project among Albania ns.

A Drought May Have Caused the Bronze Age Collapse

2024-06-18T03:03+0200greekreporter (en)

Lion’s Gate, Mycenae. The Mycenaean Civilization was destroyed during the Bronze Age Collapse. Credit: Andreas Trepte/CC-BY-SA-2.5. Archaeologists and historians have long debated the cause of the “Bronze Age Collapse,” or the period when multiple, distinct ancient civilizations all collapsed one after the other around 3,200 years ago.

El volumen de agua embalsada en España sigue mostrando una tendencia negativa

2024-06-17T18:53+0200infobae (es)

Madrid, 17 jun (EFE).- La Asociación Española de Operadores Públicos de Abastecimiento y Saneamiento (Aeopas) ha publicado su informe trimestral sobre la situación de la sequía en el que señalan que las reservas hídricas han mejorado en 2024, aunque persiste la sequía en algunos territorios, y pide un cambio en la gestión y uso del agua.

El sistema de cisternas que ayuda a los sectores desfavorecidos de Brasil a convivir con la sequía

2024-06-17T16:30+0200ElPaisUY (es)

Naiara Galarraga Gortázar, El País España A la agricultora brasileña Silvani Gonsalves do Santos, de 60 años, y a su familia les cambió la vida aquel día de 2016 cuando les instalaron una gigantesca cisterna al lado de su casita. De cemento, recoge el agua de lluvia (hasta 52.000 litros) que así pueden dosificar para que dure el resto del año.

Stress idrico e siccità: Puglia a rischio

2024-06-17T14:38+0200quotidianodipuglia (it)

La penisola si colloca come quarto Paese dell'Unione Europea per stress idrico, con un indice di 3,3 su 5. Solo Belgio (4,4), Grecia (4,3) e Spagna (3,9) presentano valori peggiori. Sono già 12 le regioni Italiane ad elevato stress idrico: Basilicata, Calabria, Sicilia, Puglia sono le più esposte in....

Extreme weather threatens globe with heat waves, floods and droughts

2024-06-15T16:16+0200cgtn (en)

Various regions across the globe have been experiencing a barrage of extreme weather events in recent months. From record-breaking heat waves to devastating floods and severe droughts, these events are having profound impacts on communities, economies and ecosystems. Heat waves scorch multiple countries.

June 15, 2024

2024-06-15T07:35+0200energyindemand (en)

In an article by Ajit Niranjan on the Guardian website, farmers and researchers tell of the impact of a rapidly changing climate, and the measures being taken to adapt. From parched earth to landslides: crisis in the prosecco hills of Italy . Paola Ferraro marches through the neat grids of vines that....

High orange juice prices may be on the table for a while due to disease and extreme weather High orange juice prices may be on the table for a while due to disease and extreme weather L 20% Center 53% Right 27% High orange juice prices may be on the table for a while due to disease and extreme....

2024-06-15T05:05+0200ground-news (en)

Record-High orange juice prices are likely to persist due to diseases and extreme weather affecting orange groves in top-producing countries. Brazil's orange harvest is forecasted to be the worst in 36 years due to flooding and drought, impacting the world's largest orange juice exporter. Orange production in the U.

Coop: "abbiamo prezzi assolutamente competitivi", dice il Ceo

2024-06-14T15:00+0200marketscreener (it)

ZURIGO (awp/ats) - Contrariamente a Migros, che è in piena trasformazione, Coop si ritiene ben posizionata per affrontare il futuro: i prezzi vengono ritenuti competitivi e il gruppo intende estendere ulteriormente il numero delle filiali, raggiungendo la cifra di mille negozi.

Europe Must Be 'Very Alert' Heading Into 'High Fire Danger' Season: Expert

2024-06-14T13:43+0200haberler-en (en)

14.06.2024 14:42 Iberian peninsula, eastern part of Mediterranean region are areas of particular concern this summer, says European Commission Joint Research Center’s Jesus San Miguel Wildfire season of 2024 could be even more complicated than past years ‘because we have a lot of biomass on the ground,’.

Verano de sol, playa y sequía

2024-06-14T00:06+0200interempresas (es)

La agricultura y el turismo son dos de los motores económicos de España y, a causa del cambio climático, se están viendo seriamente amenazados. En el caso de la primera, las bajas precipitaciones reducen la producción de productos agrícolas, particularmente de cultivos de secano, como muchas de las hectáreas plantadas con cereales y olivos.

Spain’s drought challenge and concerns

2024-06-13T16:53+0200euroweeklynews (en)

In response, stringent measures were implemented to control water consumption, including the shutdown of public fountains and beachside showers. Additionally, residential usage was restricted, with individuals limited to approximately 210 litres per person.

Chocolate, wine and eight other food prices to skyrocket for unexpected reason

2024-06-13T14:45+0200hulldailymail (en)

However, a handful of products are rising at similar, if not even more drastic rates, for a completely different reason. Changing weather patterns, and recent natural disasters and phenomena, is taking a toll on the global agricultural sector affecting the growth, harvest and quantity of certain foods.

Chocolate, wine and eight other food prices to skyrocket for unexpected reason

2024-06-13T13:49+0200bristolpost (en)

However, a handful of products are rising at similar, if not even more drastic rates, for a completely different reason. Changing weather patterns, and recent natural disasters and phenomena, is taking a toll on the global agricultural sector affecting the growth, harvest and quantity of certain foods.

La trágica decisión de tener que sacrificar animales por culpa de la sequía en España

2024-06-12T06:28+0200huffingtonpost-es-es (es)

La sequía está afectando gravemente a numerosas explotaciones ganaderas de España. Aunque las últimas lluvias han traído un pequeño alivio a algunas áreas de Castellón, la severa sequía que ha afectado a la provincia durante el año hidrológico (con un déficit de lluvias del 72% desde octubre) ha....

North China bakes under searing heatwave

2024-06-11T15:39+0200thestandard-hk (en)

An extreme heat warning was in place in Beijing on Tuesday, with temperatures soaring across northern China as a swathe of the northern hemisphere baked under record highs. China is the biggest emitter of the greenhouse gases that scientists say are driving climate change and longer, hotter heatwaves.

North China bakes under record-breaking heatwave as temperatures soar to 42°C

2024-06-11T13:21+0200malaymail (en)

The municipal government urged residents to reduce time spent outdoors, drink plenty of water and monitor children, pregnant women and the elderly for signs of heatstroke. Over 20 weather stations in the northern province of Hebei and the eastern province of Shandong posted local heat records for....

North China bakes under searing heatwave

2024-06-11T12:18+0200zawya-palestine (en)

An extreme heat warning was in place in Beijing on Tuesday, with temperatures soaring across northern China as a swathe of the northern hemisphere baked under record highs. China is the biggest emitter of the greenhouse gases that scientists say are driving climate change and longer, hotter heatwaves.

10.06.2024 Extreme weather impacts European agriculture, hitting food supply chains The frequency of extreme weather events in Europe, including the UK, has seen a significant rise, with occurrences increasing by nearly 50% over the last two years. This escalation has profound implications for agriculture across the continent.

2024-06-10T14:32+0200agroinsurance-en (en)

The frequency of extreme weather events in Europe, including the UK, has seen a significant rise, with occurrences increasing by nearly 50% over the last two years. This escalation has profound implications for agriculture across the continent. The UK's farming sector, already grappling with the....

10.06.2024 Extreme weather impacts European agriculture, hitting food supply chains The frequency of extreme weather events in Europe, including the UK, has seen a significant rise, with occurrences increasing by nearly 50% over the last two years. This escalation has profound implications for agriculture across the continent.

2024-06-10T14:05+0200agroinsurance (en)

The frequency of extreme weather events in Europe, including the UK, has seen a significant rise, with occurrences increasing by nearly 50% over the last two years. This escalation has profound implications for agriculture across the continent. The UK's farming sector, already grappling with the....

Satellite Remote Sensing: Ensuring the Future of Mediterranean Agriculture

2024-06-09T07:40+0200devdiscourse (en)

Satellite remote sensing is transforming how we assess droughts, especially for vital Mediterranean crops like vineyards and olive orchards. These crops are crucial not only for their economic value but also for their cultural and environmental significance. However, they face significant challenges due to climate change.

World sees 12th straight record-hot month and braces for more

2024-06-09T05:52+0200moneyweb (en)

May marked the Earth’s 12th consecutive month of record-breaking temperatures, with more heat waves expected this summer. The European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service reported that last month overall temperatures globally were 1.52C above historical averages and marked the hottest May on record.

Beautiful Italian region thrown into crisis as key industry issues dire warning Wine industries across the world are suffering due to climate change - now, Italy's prosecco...

2024-06-08T13:48+0200express (en)

Farmers in the Asolo hills of Italy have hit hard times as the climate crisis damages crops needed to make prosecco, one of the world’s most popular sparkling wines. The spring frost killed buds, the summer storms thrashed leaves, long droughts starved the vines and heavy rains sparked landslides. But this isn’t the only place suffering.

From parched earth to landslides: crisis in the prosecco hills of Italy

2024-06-08T06:10+0200guardian (en)

Paola Ferraro marches through the neat grids of vines that chequer the slopes of Monfumo and rattles off the number of ways violent weather hurts her family’s prosecco production. Spring frost kills buds, summer hail storms thrash leaves, long droughts starve vines of water, while strong rains spark landslides that drown them in mud.

Extreme weather impacts European agriculture, hitting food supply chains

2024-06-07T15:01+0200hortidaily (en)

The frequency of extreme weather events in Europe, including the UK, has seen a significant rise, with occurrences increasing by nearly 50% over the last two years. This escalation has profound implications for agriculture across the continent. The UK's farming sector, already grappling with the....

El auge del pistacho en España: un cultivo milenario y sostenible

2024-06-07T14:29+0200esdiario (es)

De la más absoluta marginalidad en nuestras tierras a protagonizar uno de los crecimientos más espectaculares en el sector agrícola de los últimos años. Así ha sido el recorrido del pistacho, este fruto milenario de origen asiático. La superficie dedicada a su cultivo ha aumentado un asombroso 3.000% en la última década, alcanzando las 78.

Is the world running out of water supplies? These cities have acute drinking water crises.

2024-06-06T19:21+0200economictimes (en)

by the end of this month. Mexico City is neither the first nor the last city to be facing this challenge in the world. Experts have warned that with increasing temperatures in the world as part of a challenge termed global warming , the supply of water and its direction could drastically change,....

Extreme weather impacts European agriculture, hitting food supply chains

2024-06-06T14:31+0200freshplaza-nl (en)

The frequency of extreme weather events in Europe, including the UK, has seen a significant rise, with occurrences increasing by nearly 50% over the last two years. This escalation has profound implications for agriculture across the continent. The UK's farming sector, already grappling with the....

Climate SOS on World Environment Day

2024-06-06T02:31+0200kibrispostasi (en)

“Today, on World Environment Day, let us commit ourselves, state and citizens, to work and strive every day to restore the earth and protect the environment to ensure a sustainable and prosperous present and future,” said the commissioner Antonia Theodosiou.

La DOP Jumilla, motor económico de la zona

2024-06-06T01:06+0200laverdad (es)

La Denominación de Origen Protegida Jumilla es una de las denominaciones de origen más antiguas de España, fruto de la visión que tuvo hace más de 50 años el sector vitivinícola de la zona, cuando pusieron en marcha la solicitud de reconocimiento como denominación de origen de esta comarca natural....

Spagna, i vigneti del Penedès colpiti dalla tempesta

2024-06-05T23:07+0200ilSole24ore (it)

(LaPresse) I vigneti del Penedès, regione catalana situata fra le province di Barcellona e Tarragona, soprattutto nella parte settentrionale, sono stati colpiti dal violento temporale di sabato scorso. Un ulteriore colpo alla già grave situazione che questa regione vinicola sta vivendo a causa della siccità.

Mexico City is just the beginning. Here are 11 other cities at risk of running out of water.

2024-06-05T18:51+0200insider-com (en)

The island of Cyprus is one of the countries most at risk when it comes to water scarcity. Gabriel Mello/Getty Images. Population: ~235,000. A drought is drying up dams and reservoirs on the island Cyprus this year. Near the city of Lissamol, the island's largest dam is dropping to a third of full capacity, The Cyprus Mail reported.

8J- DIA DEL MEDIO AMBIENTE. CLM reconoce a 17 entidades con el 'Premio regional de Medio Ambiente 2024'

2024-06-05T14:06+0200dclm (es)

CLM conmemora el Día del Medio Ambiente con distintas actividades de educación ambiental para las familias y se centrará en la restauración de la tierra, la contención de la desertificación y la resiliencia a la sequía. UGT recuerda que Castilla-La Mancha es la segunda región de España con mayor riesgo de desertificación.

Primi record di caldo dell'anno nell'Europa sudorientale

2024-06-05T13:44+0200marketscreener (it)

ATENE/NIKOSIA/ANKARA (dpa-AFX) - I turisti in cerca di sole stanno facendo il pieno di soldi in Grecia, Cipro e Turchia, ma come molti abitanti del luogo, anche loro stanno soffrendo per il caldo insolito. Le temperature nell'Europa sudorientale stanno raggiungendo livelli estremi prima degli altri....

Cuidar nuestra Tierra ante el desafío de la sequía

2024-06-05T13:21+0200aguasresiduales (es)

En España, Agbar, parte del grupo Veolia, representa un ‘hub’ de conocimiento del ciclo integral del agua, donde suministra agua a 13,5 millones de personas y presta servicio a 1.100 municipios, actuando desde la proximidad al territorio. En el esfuerzo colectivo para actuar ante el cambio....

Sequía, desertificación, restauración: España se moviliza el Día Mundial del Medio Ambiente

2024-06-05T11:59+0200efe-agencia (es)

Madrid (EFE).- Combatir la sequía, la desertificación y restaurar la tierra es clave para preservar un planeta malherido por el mal uso de sus recursos; España se suma este miércoles al Día Mundial del Medio Ambiente para concienciar del papel de la naturaleza y frenar la degradación del suelo por la actividad humana y el clima.

5J- DIA DEL MEDIO AMBIENTE. UGT recuerda que Castilla-La Mancha es la segunda región de España con mayor riesgo de desertificación

2024-06-05T11:15+0200dclm (es)

UGT recuerda que Castilla-La Mancha es la segunda región de España con mayor riesgo de desertificación. En el marco del Día Mundial del Medio Ambiente , que se celebra hoy 5 de junio, la Unión General de Trabajadoras y Trabajadores de Castilla-La Mancha pide una acción urgente para abordar la crisis climática y proteger el medio ambiente.

España es uno de los países de la Unión Europea más golpeados por la sequía

2024-06-05T11:14+0200noticiasde (es)

MADRID, 05 (SERVIMEDIA) Regenerar el agua y los ecosistemas naturales es fundamental para preservar la sostenibilidad de los territorios, especialmente en un contexto de escasez hídrica. El cambio climático es el mayor desafío que afronta la humanidad.

Naturgy construye su mayor planta fotovoltaica en España

2024-06-05T10:03+0200esdiario (es)

Hoy es el Día Mundial del Medio Ambiente, y toca volver a recordar y concienciar sobre la importancia de nuestro entorno natural y alentar a su cuidado y restauración para las generaciones futuras. Este año, bajo el lema “ Nuestras tierras. Nuestro futuro.

Llueve sobre mojado

2024-06-05T00:09+0200elindependiente (es)

celebra el Día Mundial del Medio Ambiente y este año lo ha querido dedicar a la lucha contra la desertificación, la restauración de tierras y la sequía. Sin lugar a dudas cuestiones que afectan muy directamente a España y que, como viene denunciando Greenpeace desde hace décadas, son consecuencia....

Amazon, Microsoft… ¿por qué eligen Zaragoza para sus centros de datos?

2024-06-04T18:52+0200eleconomista-es (es)

El 2019 marca un punto de inflexión en el sector de la tecnología y en la economía de Aragón. Es el año en el que Amazon Web Services (AWS) anunció su proyecto para abrir la región AWS Europe (España) con tres zonas de disposición en la comunidad aragonesa .

World Environment Day 2024: land restoration and resilience against desertification and drought

2024-06-04T15:08+0200smartwatermagazine (en)

Drought, on the other hand, is a natural phenomenon that has become more frequent and intense due to climate change. According to the UN, the number and duration of drought periods have increased by 29% since the year 2000 , and if urgent measures are not taken, droughts could affect more than three-quarters of the world's population by 2050 .

Article - 10 min read Is the number of natural disasters increasing? A deep dive into missing data and the limitations of disaster databases. Hannah Ritchie and Pablo Rosado

2024-06-04T09:47+0200ourworldindata (en)

If we want to reduce the risks of disasters, we need to track where they’re happening; what types of events they are; their human and economic impacts; and how these trends change over time. High-quality data helps us see patterns in the data on factors such as increased resilience, climate change, and humanitarian response.

UN credits better preparation for fewer disaster deaths

2024-06-02T09:10+0200northernirelandnews (en)

As climate change makes disasters such as cyclones, floods and droughts more intense, more frequent and striking more places, fewer people are dying from those catastrophes globally because of better warning, planning and resilience, a top United Nations official said.

UN credits better preparation for fewer disaster deaths

2024-06-02T08:42+0200longbeachstar (en)

As climate change makes disasters such as cyclones, floods and droughts more intense, more frequent and striking more places, fewer people are dying from those catastrophes globally because of better warning, planning and resilience, a top United Nations official said.

UN credits better preparation for fewer disaster deaths

2024-06-02T08:36+0200thecambodianews (en)

As climate change makes disasters such as cyclones, floods and droughts more intense, more frequent and striking more places, fewer people are dying from those catastrophes globally because of better warning, planning and resilience, a top United Nations official said.

UN credits better preparation for fewer disaster deaths

2024-06-02T08:31+0200irishsun (en)

As climate change makes disasters such as cyclones, floods and droughts more intense, more frequent and striking more places, fewer people are dying from those catastrophes globally because of better warning, planning and resilience, a top United Nations official said.

UN credits better preparation for fewer disaster deaths

2024-06-02T08:30+0200manilametro (en)

As climate change makes disasters such as cyclones, floods and droughts more intense, more frequent and striking more places, fewer people are dying from those catastrophes globally because of better warning, planning and resilience, a top United Nations official said.

UN credits better preparation for fewer disaster deaths

2024-06-02T08:27+0200myanmarnews (en)

As climate change makes disasters such as cyclones, floods and droughts more intense, more frequent and striking more places, fewer people are dying from those catastrophes globally because of better warning, planning and resilience, a top United Nations official said.

UN credits better preparation for fewer disaster deaths

2024-06-02T08:26+0200cambodiantimes (en)

As climate change makes disasters such as cyclones, floods and droughts more intense, more frequent and striking more places, fewer people are dying from those catastrophes globally because of better warning, planning and resilience, a top United Nations official said.

UN credits better preparation for fewer disaster deaths

2024-06-02T08:20+0200srilankasource (en)

As climate change makes disasters such as cyclones, floods and droughts more intense, more frequent and striking more places, fewer people are dying from those catastrophes globally because of better warning, planning and resilience, a top United Nations official said.

UN credits better preparation for fewer disaster deaths

2024-06-02T08:18+0200nigeriasun (en)

As climate change makes disasters such as cyclones, floods and droughts more intense, more frequent and striking more places, fewer people are dying from those catastrophes globally because of better warning, planning and resilience, a top United Nations official said.

UN credits better preparation for fewer disaster deaths

2024-06-02T08:18+0200europesun (en)

As climate change makes disasters such as cyclones, floods and droughts more intense, more frequent and striking more places, fewer people are dying from those catastrophes globally because of better warning, planning and resilience, a top United Nations official said.

UN credits better preparation for fewer disaster deaths

2024-06-02T08:16+0200singaporestar (en)

As climate change makes disasters such as cyclones, floods and droughts more intense, more frequent and striking more places, fewer people are dying from those catastrophes globally because of better warning, planning and resilience, a top United Nations official said.

Las claves de la nueva PAC y las protestas agrícolas

2024-06-02T08:04+0200elperiodico (es)

Revolta Pagesa han convocado para este lunes 3 de junio cortes en las fronteras entre Francia y España . Reclaman, entre otras cosas, la eliminación de los impuestos a los carburantes , la aplicación de cláusulas espejo a productos de terceros países para que las condiciones de producción sean las....

AP News Summary at 8:06 a.m. EDT

2024-06-01T14:27+0200eagletribune (en)

Israel maintains a shadowy hospital in the desert for Gaza detainees. Critics allege mistreatment. JERUSALEM (AP) — Patients lying shackled and blindfolded on more than a dozen beds inside a white tent in the desert. Surgeries performed without adequate painkillers. Doctors who remain anonymous.

UN official highlights how better preparation has shrunk disaster deaths despite worsening climate

2024-06-01T10:39+0200apanews-en (en)

1 of 7 FILE - A polling official enjoys a cooling spray of water under intense heat at a distribution venue for Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) and other election material on the eve of the fifth phase of polling in the six-week-long national election in Lucknow, India, Sunday, May 19, 2024.

UN official highlights how better preparation has shrunk disaster deaths despite worsening climate

2024-06-01T08:25+0200thespec (en)

FILE - An abandoned canoe sits on the cracked ground amid a drought at the Sau reservoir, north of Barcelona, Spain , Monday, Jan. 22, 2024. A top United Nations official says even though climate change makes disasters such as cyclones, floods and droughts more intense, more frequent and striking....

A Water Crisis Is on the Horizon. The World Must Take Action

2024-05-31T16:52+0200iai-it (en)

The Angkor. The Mayans. The Indus Valley. A common element played a crucial role in the rise and fall of these ancient civilisations: water. Their ability to control, manage, and utilise water, through intricate networks of reservoirs, canals and storage facilities, allowed them to build thriving societies.

A Water Crisis Is on the Horizon. The World Must Take Action

2024-05-31T13:58+0200iai-en (en)

The Angkor. The Mayans. The Indus Valley. A common element played a crucial role in the rise and fall of these ancient civilisations: water. Their ability to control, manage, and utilise water, through intricate networks of reservoirs, canals and storage facilities, allowed them to build thriving societies.

Spain shows strong appetite for Ukrainian corn in first 6 months of MY 2023-24

2024-05-31T13:45+0200spglobal (en)

Platts, part of Commodity Insights, assessed Black Sea corn at $207/mt May 30, a 10-month high, when it was seen at $210/mt on July 28, 2023. Typically, Ukraine and Brazil dominate the Spanish corn market. However, in MY 2023-24, Spain 's feed demand -- which makes for 75% of total Spanish grain demand -- increased its reliance on Ukrainian corn.

Europe turns to more nat cat PPPs as risk mounts: Morningstar DBRS

2024-05-31T06:31+0200commercialriskonline (en)

Risk pools and state-backed reinsurers to cover losses caused by natural catastrophes could become more widespread in Europe as the frequency and severity of weather events increases, according to analyst Morningstar DBRS. While an EU-wide insurance scheme could be implemented “at some point”, the....

La errónea y sectaria política hidráulica de la ministra Ribera

2024-05-31T06:08+0200castellonplaza (es)

A través de la información de los SAHI (Sistemas automáticos de Información Hidrológica) aportada por las Confederaciones Hidrográficas a fecha 28 de mayo del presente 2024, la cantidad de agua acumulada de los embalses, en España, alcanza 37.134 hm3. que supone una media del 66,26 % de su máxima capacidad (56.

La errónea y sectaria política hidráulica de la ministra Ribera

2024-05-31T06:06+0200valenciaplaza (es)

A través de la información de los SAHI (Sistemas automáticos de Información Hidrológica) aportada por las Confederaciones Hidrográficas a fecha 28 de mayo del presente 2024, la cantidad de agua acumulada de los embalses, en España, alcanza 37.134 hm3. que supone una media del 66,26 % de su máxima capacidad (56.

Spain observes second-hottest year after 2022

2024-05-31T04:41+0200nation-pk (en)

MADRID - Spain endured its second-hottest year on record in 2023, which followed on from its hottest year ever since records began more than six decades ago, the AEMET weather agency said on Thursday. Last year’s average temperature was 15.2 degree Celsius (59.36 degrees Fahrenheit), which was 1.

Spain observes second-hottest year after 2022

2024-05-31T04:39+0200nation (en)

MADRID - Spain endured its second-hottest year on record in 2023, which followed on from its hottest year ever since records began more than six decades ago, the AEMET weather agency said on Thursday. Last year’s average temperature was 15.2 degree Celsius (59.36 degrees Fahrenheit), which was 1.

Finland beats May heatwave record; In Spain, 2023 follows 2022 for record heat

2024-05-30T19:40+0200terradaily (en)

Finland set a new record in May by registering an "exceptional" 15 days where temperatures soared above the country's official heatwave threshold, the Meteorological Institute said. There were 15 days where temperatures were registered above 25 Celsius (77 Fahrenheit) in the Nordic nation, part of which is situated above the Arctic Circle.

In Spain, 2023 was second-hottest year on record after 2022

2024-05-30T14:18+0200terradaily (en)

Madrid, May 30 (AFP) May 30, 2024 Spain endured its second-hottest year on record in 2023, which followed on from its hottest year ever since records began more than six decades ago, the AEMET weather agency said on Thursday. Last year's average temperature was 15.2 degrees Celsius (59.36 degrees Fahrenheit), which was 1.

Spain observes second-hottest year after 2022

2024-05-30T13:48+0200urdupoint (en)

Madrid, (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 30th May, 2024) Spain endured its second-hottest year on record in 2023, which followed on from its hottest year ever since records began more than six decades ago, the AEMET agency said on Thursday. Last year's average temperature was 15.2 degree Celsius (59.

Desertificación: qué es y por qué el 74 % de España está en riesgo

2024-05-30T04:37+0200eldebate (es)

El agua es esencial para toda forma de vida en nuestro planeta, motivo por el que debemos cuidarla, respetarla y administrarla como es debido. Y es que las zonas desérticas del planeta van ganando terreno cada año y secando zonas que cada vez sufren más la ausencia de humedad.

Forests, Vol. 15, Pages 941: Evaluation of the Compound Effects of the 2022 Drought and Heatwave on Selected Forest Monitoring Sites in Hungary in Relation to Its Multi-Year Drought Legacy

2024-05-29T15:58+0200mdpi (en)

From the tree ring collections located at 22 sites in pure and mixed stands of Scots pine and Norway spruce, including Austria and Slovakia, Aldea et al. (2022) [ 22 ] found that compared to Scots pine, Norway spruce exhibited greater susceptibility to summer dryness, reduced resistance of forest stands, and a more extended recovery period.

Cae la población de garzas en España

2024-05-28T11:40+0200huelvainformacion (es)

Según el último censo realizado por SEO/BirdLife la población de garzas en España asciende a entre 31.687 y 33.863 parejas que se reparten en 531 núcleos de cría (384 colonias y 147 parejas aisladas) en 1.007 localidades prospectadas. Soria y A Coruña son las únicas provincias en las que no hay ninguna especie de garza reproductora.

Cae la población de garzas en España

2024-05-28T11:39+0200diariodesevilla (es)

Según el último censo realizado por SEO/BirdLife la población de garzas en España asciende a entre 31.687 y 33.863 parejas que se reparten en 531 núcleos de cría (384 colonias y 147 parejas aisladas) en 1.007 localidades prospectadas. Soria y A Coruña son las únicas provincias en las que no hay ninguna especie de garza reproductora.

Ancora in crescita i prezzi dell’olio di oliva in Spagna, stabili in Italia

2024-05-27T11:01+0200teatronaturale (it)

Gli scambi in volume di oli di oliva, tanto in Spagna quanto in Italia, sono ai minimi. Poche le cisterne che vengono scambiate in questi giorni finali di maggio ma i prezzi restano sostenuti lo stesso. Due le ragioni fondamentali di questa dinamica: il mondo produttivo (coop e frantoiani) non hanno....

Así fue la peor inundación de Cataluña: una catástrofe hidrológica de gran magnitud

2024-05-25T19:11+0200cronicaglobal (es)

tan y tan grande como la del año 1962 en Cataluña, catalogada como la mayor catástrofe hidrológica de España. Para bien o para mal, este acontecimiento dejó una huella en la memoria colectiva de toda una sociedad, que aún sigue viva en la conciencia de muchas personas.

Rural communities in Portugal’s Algarve region take water management into their own hands

2024-05-23T10:39+0200euronews-en (en)

have turned violent. Rethinking groundwater during drought. Groundwater is at the centre of water management challenges, supplying 65 per cent of drinking water and 25 per cent for agricultural irrigation in the 27 EU Member States. The main pressures on groundwater are overexploitation and climate....

Eventi meteo estremi, prevenire è meglio che curare. E lo si fa con l’ecoadattamento

2024-05-22T20:07+0200milanofinanza (it)

Analizzando eventi estremi alluvionali in Germania, Francia e quelli sia siccitosi e alluvionali in Italia e di gap idrico in Spagna emerge che il costo delle opere di prevenzione tende a essere molto inferiore a quello di ripristino | Non saremo in grado di contenere il cambiamento climatico: serve ecodattamento.

Water, Vol. 16, Pages 1473: Developing Regional Hydrological Drought Risk Models through Ordinary and Principal Component Regression Using Low-Flow Indexes in Susurluk Basin, Turkey

2024-05-22T12:27+0200mdpi (en)

The concept of using minimum d -day low flows in the low-flow analysis was first proposed by [ 7 ]. Generally, 7-day low flows are preferred for drought and water resource management because they give better results. There are also studies related to low-flow analysis, such as [ ]. Ref.

3 The rising price of olive oil: What’s causing it and how long will it last?

2024-05-19T09:51+0200foodnavigator (en)

The price of olive oil has seen an extraordinary increase in recent years, with figures from market analyst firm Mintec Global showing a record high of €9.20 per kilogram, reached in January 2024. But why are we seeing this sharp increase and is this trend sustainable when many consumers are already stretched by the cost-of-living crisis.

Inundaciones en Afganistán: al menos 50 personas mueren mientras regresan las fuertes lluvias

2024-05-18T19:06+0200eldemocrata (es)

España en español es para cualquier persona que viva en España, visite España o cualquier persona interesada en las últimas noticias, eventos y deportes en España. Descubra más ahora. Al menos 50 personas han muerto en inundaciones repentinas provocadas por fuertes lluvias en el centro de Afganistán, dijeron las autoridades.

Dios Quién es la Virgen que visitó al papa Francisco y ahora lo acompaña en el Vaticano | Milagros de Dios

2024-05-18T15:55+0200cronista (es)

La ante sala de la visita de la Virgen en la reunión de Noboa con el papa La reunión entre el pontífice y Noboa , que realiza una gira internacional que le llevará también a Francia y España, comenzó a las 8.45 (6.45 GMT), antes del horario previsto, y concluyó a las 9.15 (7.

Estas dos provincias de España se convertirán en desierto: no hay solución, y es inminente

2024-05-18T15:12+0200ecoticias (es)

A pesar de todas las acciones llevadas a cabo por las naciones comprometidas con el cambio climático, el problema de la sequía continúa agravándose . La huella de carbono y el abuso de los recursos naturales son algunas de los motivos que continúan acelerando los daños ambientales.

Así funciona el radar de lluvias de la AEMET: descubre en directo cuándo lloverá en España

2024-05-17T16:07+0200lasexta (es)

Las consecuencias del cambio climático empiezan a hacerse evidentes en cada cambio de estación. En los últimos años hemos vivido récord de temperaturas , la borrasca Filomena nos dejó una España cubierta de blanco y aquello de "hasta el 40 de mayo no te quites el sayo" empieza a tomar más fuerza de lo habitual.

Emergenza siccità nel sud della Francia e Catalogna in stato di crisi già da febbraio

2024-05-16T15:24+0200federvini (it)

Nella maggior parte del bacino viticolo del Mediterraneo occidentale (Spagna, Francia, Italia, Nord Africa), l'Osservatorio europeo della siccità sta registrando deficit di umidità del suolo. Nel Languedoc occidentale e nel Roussillon, nel sud della Francia, e nel nord della Spagna, in Catalogna, la siccità sta raggiungendo livelli catastrofici.

Siccità, produzione scarsa e aumento dei prezzi: l'olio extravergine europeo è in crisi. Ecco come il Sudamerica può salvarci

2024-05-13T15:40+0200zazoom-it (it)

(Di lunedì 13 maggio 2024) L'olivicoltura europea, da qui a breve, potrebbe ritrovarsi di fronte a un punto di non ritorno. Questo è il secondo anno consecutivo in cui la Spagna produce molto meno olio rispetto al passato, un dato che apre scenari molto difficili per il futuro.

Applied Sciences, Vol. 14, Pages 4044: Influence of Xanthan Gum-Based Soil Conditioners on the Geotechnical Properties of Soils

2024-05-10T04:50+0200mdpi (en)

The impact of climate change has become increasingly severe in forests, where droughts and strong winds on the one hand and extreme rainfall events on the other hand can damage forest ecosystems. To mitigate the effects of drought and enhance soil water retention capacity, three types of soil....

Secretary Mayorkas Delivers Remarks at Inaugural World Fire Congress Closing Ceremony

2024-05-10T01:08+0200dhs-gov (en)

Secretary Mayorkas delivered the following remarks at the closing, charter signing ceremony of the inaugural World Fire Congress in Washington, DC. Good evening. The poet John Saxe once wrote that, if the mythical Greek figure Prometheus “was worthy of the wrath of heaven for kindling the first fire....

UK tourists in Spain risk £51,000 fine for exceeding strict 'quota'

2024-05-09T11:34+0200birminghammail (en)

holiday hotspot. "Popular holiday destinations in Europe have already begun implementing strict new rules amid ongoing droughts," explained a water expert from Posh.co.uk . "In the Costa del Sol, the Benalmádena City Council has provisionally approved fines of between €6,000 and €600,000, for people flouting drought measures," counted Posh.

Brits in Spain could be slapped with €60,000 fines if they flout summer restrictions

2024-05-09T10:35+0200express (en)

As the weather heats up in sunny Spain , British tourists planning to Spain in the coming months have been warned of some strict restrictions that will "directly affect tourists ". Certain parts of the nation can be prone to droughts during the summer months and local authorities have provisionally....

World Continues to Swelter as April 2024 Blazes Past Heat Records

2024-05-09T06:11+0200sciencealert (en)

April marked another "remarkable" month of record-breaking global air and sea surface temperature averages, according to a new report by the EU's climate monitor published on Wednesday. The abnormally warm conditions came despite the continued weakening of the El Nino weather phenomenon that....

World sweltered as April smashed global heat records

2024-05-08T21:28+0200kuwaittimes (en)

PARIS: April marked another “remarkable” month of record-breaking global air and sea surface temperature averages, according to a new report by the EU’s climate monitor published on Wednesday. The abnormally warm conditions came despite the continued weakening of the El Nino weather phenomenon that....

World sweltered as April smashed global heat records

2024-05-08T18:24+0200manilatimes (en)

PARIS – April marked another "remarkable" month of record-breaking global air and sea surface temperature averages, according to a new report by the EU's climate monitor published on Wednesday. The abnormally warm conditions came despite the continued weakening of the El Niño weather phenomenon that....

España adelanta la campaña contra los incendios forestales por segundo año consecutivo

2024-05-08T18:10+0200efeagro (es)

La decisión se adoptó este martes en la reunión del Comité Estatal de Coordinación y Dirección (Cedoc) del Plan Estatal de Incendios Forestales, que estuvo presidida por la subsecretaria del Ministerio de Interior, Susana Crisóstomo, en la que se definió el conjunto del dispositivo estatal contra....

La sequía y las altas temperaturas en España obligan a adelantar la campaña de prevención de incendios forestales

2024-05-08T16:58+0200efeverde (es)

Madrid.- El Gobierno adelanta la campaña estatal de prevención de incendios forestales al 1 de junio, debido a la prolongada sequía y las altas temperaturas registradas, una decisión que ya se ha comunicado a las comunidades autónomas para que adecuen los respectivos dispositivos y estudien las medidas preventivas a adoptar.

Global temperature records tumble after April heat grills world

2024-05-08T14:51+0200dailysabah (en)

The month of April set another record for global air and sea surface temperature averages, the latest EU's climate monitor report confirmed Wednesday. The abnormally warm conditions came despite the continued weakening of the El Nino weather phenomenon that contributes to increased heat, said the....

World sweltered as April smashed global heat records: Guess how hot?

2024-05-08T13:49+0200thesouthafrican (en)

The abnormally warm conditions came despite the continued weakening of the El Nino weather phenomenon that contributes to increased heat, said the EU’s Copernicus Climate Change Service, pointing to human-caused climate change for exacerbating the extremes. Record heat.

Anja Murray: Cuckoos and climate change Judging by the data yielded by the satellite tracking project, summer droughts in southern Europe, the result of accelerating climate change, have been having a major impact on cuckoo survival

2024-05-08T11:19+0200irishexaminer (en)

A cuckoo ready to lay her eggs discreetly watches potential foster parents as they come and go from their nest, sometimes watching for days. She is waiting for the parents to leave home long enough for the villainous swap to take place — makes sure to tip one of the hosts’ eggs out of the nest so....

Global temperature streak continues with hottest April on record, says EU's climate monitor

2024-05-08T11:17+0200thejournal (en)

SINCE JUNE LAST year, every month has been the warmest such period on record. And April marked yet another “remarkable” month of record-breaking global air and sea surface temperature averages, according to a new report by the EU’s climate monitor published today.

2 hours ago15:31, 8 May 2024

2024-05-08T11:15+0200hongkongfp (en)

By Linda Givetash. April marked another “remarkable” month of record-breaking global air and sea surface temperature averages, according to a new report by the EU’s climate monitor published on Wednesday. A man sweats while walking on the streets in Hong Kong. File photo: Kyle Lam/HKFP.

World sweltered as April smashed global heat records

2024-05-08T10:20+0200energy-economictimes (en)

to limit global warming. The anomaly does not mean the Paris target has been missed, which is calculated over a period of decades. But it does signal "how remarkable the global temperature conditions we are currently experience are", Copernicus climatologist Julien Nicolas told AFP.

Spain warning for Brits as £5,000 fines issued over little-known water rule

2024-05-08T10:19+0200themirror (en)

Ben Lynam from sustainable travel charity the Travel Foundation advised: "First, I would always seek to follow the advice that has been given by the place itself. They will better understand the situation than anyone else and will understand whether or not welcoming visitors is an appropriate thing to do.

Standard » World overheated as April smashed global heat records

2024-05-08T09:39+0200kenyamoja (en)

A person walks along a trail as the sun sets on July 16, 2023, in Death Valley National Park, Calif. [Courtesy, VOA] April marked another ‘remarkable’ month of record-breaking global air and sea surface temperature averages, according to a new report by the EU's climate monitor published on Wednesday.

World sweltered as April smashed heat records

2024-05-08T08:43+0200omanobserver-om (en)

Paris - April marked another "remarkable" month of record-breaking global air and sea surface temperature averages, according to a new report by the EU's climate monitor published on Wednesday. The abnormally warm conditions came despite the continued weakening of the El Nino weather phenomenon that....

World sweltered as April smashed global heat records

2024-05-08T08:39+0200manilastandard-ph (en)

Paris, France—April marked another “remarkable” month of record-breaking global air and sea surface temperature averages, according to a new report by the EU’s climate monitor published on Wednesday. The abnormally warm conditions came despite the continued weakening of the El Niño weather....

World sweltered as April smashed global heat records

2024-05-08T06:49+0200thedailystarBD (en)

April marked another "remarkable" month of record-breaking global air and sea surface temperature averages, according to a new report by the EU's climate monitor published on Wednesday. The abnormally warm conditions came despite the continued weakening of the El Nino weather phenomenon that....

World sweltered as April smashed global heat records

2024-05-08T05:13+0200bssnews (en)

PARIS, May 8, 2024 (BSS/AFP) - April marked another "remarkable" month of record-breaking global air and sea surface temperature averages, according to a new report by the EU's climate monitor published on Wednesday. The abnormally warm conditions came despite the continued weakening of the El Nino....

April 2024 Hottest On Record As Global Heat Rises, Say Scientists

2024-05-08T05:02+0200ndtvnews (en)

Paris: April marked another "remarkable" month of record-breaking global air and sea surface temperature averages, according to a new report by the EU's climate monitor published on Wednesday. The abnormally warm conditions came despite the continued weakening of the El Nino weather phenomenon that....

World sweltered as April smashed global heat records

2024-05-08T04:46+0200inquirer (en)

Last month was the second warmest April ever recorded in Europe, as was March and the entire winter period. Diverging extremes. Swathes of Asia from India to Vietnam have been struck by scorching heat waves in recent weeks, while southern Brazil has suffered deadly flooding.

World sweltered as April smashed global heat records

2024-05-08T04:40+0200terradaily (en)

Paris, May 8 (AFP) May 08, 2024 April marked another "remarkable" month of record-breaking global air and sea surface temperature averages, according to a new report by the EU's climate monitor published on Wednesday. The abnormally warm conditions came despite the continued weakening of the El Nino....

World sweltered as April smashed global heat records

2024-05-08T04:25+0200gmanews (en)

April marked another "remarkable" month of record-breaking global air and sea surface temperature averages, according to a new report by the EU's climate monitor published on Wednesday. The abnormally warm conditions came despite the continued weakening of the El Nino weather phenomenon that....

Global temperature streak continues with record heat in April

2024-05-08T04:22+0200france24-en (en)

The abnormally warm conditions came despite the continued weakening of the El Nino weather phenomenon that contributes to increased heat, said the EU's Copernicus Climate Change Service, pointing to human-caused climate change for exacerbating the extremes.

Catalonia to end drought emergency, loosen water restrictions

2024-05-07T15:32+0200aa-en (en)

OVIEDO, Spain . The Catalan government announced on Tuesday that the region will lift its unprecedented state of emergency due to drought and loosen water limitations that have affected nearly 6 million people. Abundant rains in northeastern Spain have replenished the region’s reservoirs, now 24% full, according to government data.

José Antonio Sáenz de Santa María Benedet, Enrique Ortega Gironés y Stefan Uhlig: «A vueltas con la sequía en España»

2024-05-07T13:47+0200periodistadigital (es)

H ace un par de meses, estábamos todos pendientes de la sequía a la que nos condenaba el “omnipresente” cambio climático, hacía tiempo que no llovía y sufríamos (o disfrutábamos, según se mire) de unas temperaturas por encima de la media para la época.

Drought is driving olive oil prices to staggering new heights

2024-05-06T21:14+0200qz (en)

Climate change is making its mark on Spanish olive harvests, and that in turn has driven the cost of its most famous end-product to near-record levels. One gauge of olive oil prices tracked by the International Monetary Fund is double what it was just two years ago, to nearly $10,000 a metric ton.

Le piogge di aprile non salvano l’Europa dall’emergenza siccità: tutti i casi. E nella prima mappa globale della crisi idrica c’è anche l’Italia

2024-05-06T08:47+0200zazoom-it (it)

(Di lunedì 6 maggio 2024) Dalla Spagna al Portogallo, dalla Sud della Francia alla Romania. Come accaduto in Italia, in alcuni Paesi europei la pioggia è arrivata. Può servire a salvare l’estate dalla siccità , a patto che il turismo non diventi un boomerang (come si teme in Spagna), ma non basta ad....

La crisis de los limones: 400 millones de kilos sin recoger este año por sobreproducción

2024-05-06T01:23+0200elMundo (es)

En España sobran limones. Puede parecer extraña esta aseveración, pero en las últimas campañas el mercado de este sector se ha saturado de tal manera que se han llegado a producir unas 400.000 toneladas más que la media histórica (entre 1.100 y 1.200 toneladas).

Water, Vol. 16, Pages 1305: Applicability of Single-Borehole Dilution Tests in Aquifers with Vertical Flow

2024-05-03T13:10+0200mdpi (en)

A set of experimental field single-borehole dilution tests were completed in the MotrilSalobreña detrital aquifer (Spain) in a sector with coarse material in four different moments under variable hydrological conditions. The comparative study of the tracer washing, and the temperature profile....

Spain travel warning as breaking new swimming pool rules could result in fines

2024-05-03T11:09+0200dailyrecord (en)

The new regulations have reportedly been introduced in a popular resort in Spain , frequented by UK tourists and expats, regarding the use of swimming pools and public showers. The Costa del Sol, including Malaga and surrounding towns such as Fuengirola and Benalmadena, attracts millions of UK....

Asia Heat Wave: Scorching Heat, Dry Conditions Impact Both Pet Dogs and Strays Following Multiple Hospitalizations

2024-05-03T05:57+0200natureworldnews (en)

The Asia heat wave reported as of early May 2024 is causing record-breaking temperatures in large parts of South Asia and Southeast Asia. The natural disaster is threatening not only people but also pet dogs and stray dogs due to scorching heat and dry conditions.

Spain holiday warning over swimming pool and public shower rules amid drought

2024-05-02T21:51+0200chroniclelive (en)

Millions of holidaymakers travel from the UK to Spain each year, and many of these visit the Costa del Sol. Malaga and the surrounding towns also have a large British expat community, particularly in areas like Fuengirola and Benalmádena. Amid an ongoing drought in Spain , Benalmádena's Town Council....

Is climate change accelerating after a record year of heat?

2024-05-02T14:08+0200newscientist-nsmm (en)

and Environment Is climate change accelerating after a record year of heat? The record-breaking heat of 2023 has seen a rare disagreement break out between climate scientists, with some saying it shows Earth may have entered a new period of warming. By The Sau water reservoir in Spain , during a drought in April last year.

Environment Is climate change accelerating after a record year of heat? The record-breaking heat of 2023 has seen a rare disagreement break out between climate scientists, with some saying it shows Earth may have entered a new period of warming Insight Subscriber-only

2024-05-02T12:43+0200newscientist (en)

and Environment Is climate change accelerating after a record year of heat? The record-breaking heat of 2023 has seen a rare disagreement break out between climate scientists, with some saying it shows Earth may have entered a new period of warming. By The Sau water reservoir in Spain , during a drought in April last year.

World's largest olive oil producer says the industry faces one of its toughest moments ever

2024-05-02T11:50+0200nbcnewyork (en)

"Strong inflation along with high interest rates and unfavourable olive oil harvest forecasts (in terms of quantity and quality due to the drought cycle) has caused prices to increase considerably," Guzman said. Extra virgin olive oil prices in Spain 's Andalusia hit a record high of 9.2 euros ($9.84) per kilogram in January.

Spain travel warning as breaking strict new rules could mean huge fine

2024-05-02T09:23+0200bristolpost (en)

See our Privacy Notice Strict new rules have been introduced in a popular Spanish resort, frequented by UK tourists and expats, regarding the use of swimming pools and public showers. The Costa del Sol, including Malaga and surrounding towns such as Fuengirola and Benalmadena, attracts millions of....

Spain travel warning as breaking strict new rules could mean huge fine

2024-05-02T09:20+0200icWales (en)

See our Privacy Notice Strict new rules have been introduced in a popular Spanish resort, frequented by UK tourists and expats, regarding the use of swimming pools and public showers. The Costa del Sol, including Malaga and surrounding towns such as Fuengirola and Benalmadena, attracts millions of....

ESPAÑA VACIADA

2024-05-02T08:59+0200elperiodico (es)

Estamos en Bárcena de Bureba (Burgos), un pequeño pueblo a 27 kilómetros de Briviesca al que se accede desde Abajas, otra minúscula aldea, por una carretera comarcal no mala del todo que serpentea entre árboles y laderas de color terrizo. En Abajas están empadronadas ocho personas, aunque en verano se juntan "unas 25".

ESPAÑA VACIADA

2024-05-01T07:01+0200epe (es)

"Mi padre vive en las montañas, en Italia, y nos tiene envidia, dice que a él le va bien, que tiene dos casas, pero no tiene un pueblo como tenemos nosotros". Tibor Strausz tiene 47 años, figura quijotesca y unos ojos claros que parecen más grandes aún por esa frente ancha que da paso a una coleta que empieza a teñirse de canas.

Collaborative efforts by Gardin and Bayer Crop Science Improving water use efficiency in pepper cultivation

2024-04-30T14:51+0200hortidaily (en)

Fig 1 - Worst seasonal water scarcity conditions for European countries in 2019, measured by the water exploitation index plus (WEI+) The increases in frequency of hot and dry summers have led to tension building up between farmers and local authorities, in some cases leading to unprecedented....

Sollievo dalla siccità in Spagna: in Catalogna ieri la giornata più piovosa dal 2021

2024-04-30T14:03+0200meteoweb (it)

La Catalogna , regione spagnola colpita da una lunga emergenza dovuta alla siccità , ha registrato ieri il giorno più piovoso dal 23 novembre 2021, secondo quanto riferito dal Servizio meteorologico catalano. Le piogge sono state particolarmente intense in una delle aree più colpite dalla mancanza....

Europe’s summer will be ‘unusually hot’ - Again

2024-04-30T11:52+0200WortLuxembourg-en (en)

Europe’s summer will be hotter than usual, with higher risks of drought and heat waves, after a warmer May continues a trend that’s seen 10 consecutive months of record-high global temperatures. Sea surface temperature in the North Atlantic have soared to their highest in at least 40 years, hinting....

The rising price of olive oil: What’s causing it and how long will it last?

2024-04-30T10:36+0200foodnavigator (en)

The price of olive oil has seen an extraordinary increase in recent years, with figures from market analyst firm Mintec Global showing a record high of €9.20 per kilogram, reached in January 2024. But why are we seeing this sharp increase and is this trend sustainable when many consumers are already stretched by the cost-of-living crisis.

¿Cómo afecta el cambio climático a España?

2024-04-30T09:31+0200cadenaser (es)

El cambio climático está teniendo un impacto significativo en España, un país conocido por su diversidad geográfica y climática. En 2024, España enfrenta desafíos sin precedentes debido a este fenómeno global. El año 2023 se registró como el más caluroso en décadas, y las proyecciones para 2024....

Have the secrets to Spain's lost civilization been unearthed?

2024-04-29T13:05+0200cgtn (en)

For centuries, the lost civilization of Tartessos has been shrouded in mystery. But 3,000 years after flourishing in the Iberian peninsula, its secrets are slowly emerging. Viewed by historians as Western Europe's oldest civilization, Tartessos, in Spain 's western Extremadura region, has long been....

11:02 Global wine production reaches lowest level in 62 years

2024-04-29T09:16+0200news-am (en)

Fires, droughts, and several other conditions typically associated with global climate change have contributed considerably to global wine production in 2023 being the worst in 62 years, industry officials said. The 2023 global grape and wine industry report, published by the France-based....

They warn that mosquito-borne diseases will spread around the world and become more common.

2024-04-29T07:33+0200d1softballnews (en)

Geographic range of vector-borne diseases, especially Mosquito-borne diseases such as malaria and dengue fever. has expanded rapidly over the past 80 years, and now more than half the world’s population is at risk from outbreaks of mosquito-borne diseases caused by global warming and urbanization....

La lluvia revive el Parque Nacional de Doñana (imágenes satelitales)

2024-04-28T20:00+0200vistaalmar (es)

El húmedo clima primaveral inundó marismas y reverdeció la vegetación en el sur de España. Los humedales protegidos del Parque Nacional de Doñana en España experimentaron un respiro de la persistente sequía en la primavera de 2024. Las lluvias de finales de marzo ayudaron a inundar las marismas,....

Satellite Monitoring Highlights Soil Sealing Challenges in the Mediterranean

2024-04-28T10:01+0200spacedaily (en)

Soil sealing is an increasing concern, particularly in urban settings, leading to significant environmental impacts such as flooding, erosion, and biodiversity loss. An ESA-funded initiative, the Ulysses project, is now providing critical insights into soil sealing, aiming to mitigate soil degradation across the Mediterranean.

'Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-28T09:03+0200menafn (en)

- AFP) World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of "extreme" climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. "Extreme environmental conditions" including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were mostly to....

How climate change is threatening one of Portugal’s best carbon sinks

2024-04-28T07:32+0200euronews-en (en)

Portugal is the world’s leading producer of cork. In 2023, cork exports achieved a record value of €1.2 billion, 75 percent of which came from cork stoppers, according to APCOR, the Portuguese association of cork producers. About 20 years ago, significant concerns emerged that cork might lose....

'Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-28T07:06+0200thelocal (en)

"Extreme environmental conditions" including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were mostly to blame for the drastic fall, said the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) that covers nearly 50 wine producing countries. Australia and Italy suffered the worst, with 26 and 23 percent drops.

Report: Global wine production worst in 62 years due to 'extreme climate events'

2024-04-27T22:06+0200upi (en)

April 27 (UPI) -- Fires, droughts and other conditions commonly associated with a changing global climate greatly contributed to making the world's 2023 wine production the worst in 62 years, industry officials have reported. A "State of the World Vine and Wine Sector in 2023" report released....

Europe farmers facing chaos as worst wine harvest recorded in 62 years The wine harvest plunged by 10 percent last year across the European Union, as vineyards in...

2024-04-27T19:42+0200express (en)

They also blamed heavy rain for causing flooding and fungal diseases across major wine-producing regions. France is the only European country to buck the falling harvest trend, with a four percent rise in the past year, making it by far the world's biggest wine producer.

La crisi del vino e il riscaldamento globale: "I vigneti di Italia, Spagna e Grecia destinati a scomparire”. Le previsioni di Nature

2024-04-27T16:24+0200repubblica (it)

Il bicchiere non è mai stato così vuoto. Bisogna tornare al 1961 per trovare una produzione di vino altrettanto scarsa: 237 milioni di ettolitri nel mondo nel 2023, in calo di 25 milioni rispetto all’anno precedente. I consumi sono ai livelli più bassi dal 1996 e nel suo rapporto sul 2023, l’Oiv –....

La crisi del vino e il riscaldamento globale: "I vigneti di Italia, Spagna e Grecia destinati a scomparire". Le previsioni di Nature

2024-04-27T15:15+0200247libero (it)

Il bicchiere non è mai stato così vuoto. Bisogna tornare al 1961 per trovare una produzione di vino altrettanto scarsa: 237 milioni di ettolitri nel mondo nel 2023, in calo di 25 milioni rispetto all’anno precedente. I consumi sono ai livelli più bassi dal 1996 e nel suo rapporto sul 2023, l’Oiv –....

Spain's plan for new £260m mega-pipeline running between gorgeous city and seaside towns

2024-04-27T07:01+0200express (en)

A water company chief in Spain has announced plans to "transform" how supplies are managed in the Costa del Sol after drought emptied reservoirs and forced restrictions. Acosol serves 11 towns in the west of the region in southern Spain and has proposed pipeline improvements valued at £260million (300 million euros).

'Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-27T05:54+0200thelocal-it (en)

"Extreme environmental conditions" including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were mostly to blame for the drastic fall, said the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) that covers nearly 50 wine producing countries. Australia and Italy suffered the worst, with 26 and 23 percent drops.

'Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-27T03:55+0200malaymail (en)

“Extreme environmental conditions” including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were mostly to blame for the drastic fall, said the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) that covers nearly 50 wine producing countries. Australia and Italy suffered the worst, with 26 and 23 per cent drops.

'Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-27T02:04+0200thelocal-fr (en)

"Extreme environmental conditions" including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were mostly to blame for the drastic fall, said the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) that covers nearly 50 wine producing countries. Australia and Italy suffered the worst, with 26 and 23 percent drops.

Climate change blamed for worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-27T00:57+0200euronews-en (en)

Global wine production reached a historic low in 2023 and climate change could be to blame, a new report has revealed. The International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) says the drink hit its lowest level since 1962. This intergovernmental organisation has 50 member states, representing 75 per cent of the world’s vineyard area.

'Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-27T00:43+0200thelocal-es (en)

"Extreme environmental conditions" including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were mostly to blame for the drastic fall, said the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) that covers nearly 50 wine producing countries. Australia and Italy suffered the worst, with 26 and 23 percent drops.

Worst wine year worldwide since the 1960s – News

2024-04-26T14:03+0200breakinglatest (en)

According to the International Organization for Vine and Wine (OIV), “extreme environmental conditions” such as droughts, fires and other climate-related problems are mainly responsible for the largest decline in the last six decades. In Switzerland, wine production was slightly higher in 2023, with....

Worst year in wine production since the 1960s – News

2024-04-26T11:52+0200breakinglatest (en)

According to the International Organization for Vine and Wine (OIV), “extreme environmental conditions” such as droughts, fires and other climate-related problems are mainly responsible for the largest decline in the last six decades. In Switzerland, the total volume in 2023 was slightly more than one hectoliter Wine produced than last year.

'Extreme' Climate Blamed For World's Worst Wine Harvest In 62 Years

2024-04-26T09:17+0200ibtimes (en)

World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of "extreme" climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. "Extreme environmental conditions" including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were mostly to blame for....

World News | At Least 155 Killed in Tanzania Due to Floods Caused by Weeks of Heavy Rains

2024-04-26T09:15+0200latestly (en)

Dodoma [Tanzania], April 26 (ANI): At least 155 people have lost their lives as a result of flooding and landslides caused by heavy rains in Tanzania, according to Al Jazeera. In an address at the Parliament on Thursday, Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa said that the current rainy season has been made....

'Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-26T03:52+0200philstar (en)

PARIS, France World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of "extreme" climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. "Extreme environmental conditions" including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were mostly....

‘Extreme’ climate blamed for world’s worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-26T01:06+0200business-times (en)

WORLD wine production dropped 10 per cent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of “extreme” climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said on Thursday. “Extreme environmental conditions” including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were mostly to blame....

'Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-26T00:11+0200japantoday (en)

World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of "extreme" climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. "Extreme environmental conditions" including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were mostly to blame for....

Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-26T00:09+0200europesun (en)

Paris, France - World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of 'extreme' climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. 'Extreme environmental conditions' including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were....

Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-25T23:28+0200northernirelandnews (en)

Paris, France - World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of 'extreme' climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. 'Extreme environmental conditions' including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were....

Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-25T23:27+0200irishsun (en)

Paris, France - World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of 'extreme' climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. 'Extreme environmental conditions' including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were....

Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-25T23:13+0200myanmarnews (en)

Paris, France - World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of 'extreme' climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. 'Extreme environmental conditions' including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were....

Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-25T23:08+0200longbeachstar (en)

Paris, France - World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of 'extreme' climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. 'Extreme environmental conditions' including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were....

Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-25T23:05+0200srilankasource (en)

Paris, France - World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of 'extreme' climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. 'Extreme environmental conditions' including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were....

Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-25T22:58+0200cambodiantimes (en)

Paris, France - World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of 'extreme' climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. 'Extreme environmental conditions' including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were....

Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-25T22:50+0200nigeriasun (en)

Paris, France - World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of 'extreme' climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. 'Extreme environmental conditions' including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were....

Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-25T22:45+0200manilametro (en)

Paris, France - World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of 'extreme' climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. 'Extreme environmental conditions' including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were....

Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-25T22:43+0200singaporestar (en)

Paris, France - World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of 'extreme' climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. 'Extreme environmental conditions' including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were....

‘Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-25T22:32+0200voanews (en)

Paris, France — World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of "extreme" climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. "Extreme environmental conditions" including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were....

Alert for climatic events –

2024-04-25T22:31+0200archyde (en)

MADRID (EFE).— Extreme climate events, such as cyclones or droughts, have already doubled or even tripled in the protected areas of the Caribbean and Central America so far this century, so a study warns of the urgent need for mitigation strategies. adaptation.

'Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-25T21:30+0200terradaily (en)

Paris, April 25 (AFP) Apr 25, 2024 World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of "extreme" climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. "Extreme environmental conditions" including droughts, fires and other problems with....

Worst wine harvest in 62 years due to 'extreme' climate

2024-04-25T21:19+0200RTERadio (en)

'Extreme environmental conditions' including droughts and fires were mostly to blame for the drastic fall (file image) World wine production dropped 10% last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of "extreme" climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said.

'Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-25T20:43+0200france24-en (en)

"Extreme environmental conditions" including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were mostly to blame for the drastic fall, said the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) that covers nearly 50 wine producing countries. Australia and Italy suffered the worst, with 26 and 23 percent drops.

'Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-25T20:40+0200rfi-en (en)

"Extreme environmental conditions" including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were mostly to blame for the drastic fall, said the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) that covers nearly 50 wine producing countries. Australia and Italy suffered the worst, with 26 and 23 percent drops.

‘Extreme’ climate blamed for world’s worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-25T20:31+0200digitaljournal (en)

World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of “extreme” climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. “Extreme environmental conditions” including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were mostly to blame for....

'Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-25T20:25+0200hausa-legit-ng (en)

wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of "extreme" climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. "Extreme environmental conditions" including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were mostly to blame for the....

'Extreme' climate blamed for world's worst wine harvest in 62 years

2024-04-25T20:23+0200tuko (en)

World wine production dropped 10 percent last year, the biggest fall in more than six decades, because of "extreme" climate changes, the body that monitors the trade said Thursday. "Extreme environmental conditions" including droughts, fires and other problems with climate were mostly to blame for....

Urgent warning issued deadly mosquito-borne diseases are heading into Europe

2024-04-25T11:09+0200express (en)

The small insects spread illnesses such as malaria and dengue fever, both of which have become more prevalent over the past 80 years due to warmer, more humid conditions that they thrive in. It is thought that the number of people living in areas rife with mosquito-borne diseases could therefore double to 4.

Mosquito-borne diseases spreading in Europe due to climate change, says expert

2024-04-25T08:41+0200irishtimes (en)

, an expert has said. The insects spread illnesses such as malaria and dengue fever, the prevalences of which have hugely increased over the past 80 years as global heating has given them the warmer, more humid conditions they thrive in. Prof Rachel Lowe who leads the global health resilience group....

Mosquito-borne diseases spreading in Europe due to climate crisis, says expert

2024-04-25T08:35+0200observer (en)

Mosquito-borne diseases are spreading across the globe, and particularly in Europe , due to climate breakdown, an expert has said. The insects spread illnesses such as malaria and dengue fever, the prevalences of which have hugely increased over the past 80 years as global heating has given them the warmer, more humid conditions they thrive in.

Satellite Monitoring Highlights Soil Sealing Challenges in the Mediterranean

2024-04-25T07:29+0200terradaily (en)

Soil sealing is an increasing concern, particularly in urban settings, leading to significant environmental impacts such as flooding, erosion, and biodiversity loss. An ESA-funded initiative, the Ulysses project, is now providing critical insights into soil sealing, aiming to mitigate soil degradation across the Mediterranean.

Mosquito-borne diseases spreading in Europe due to climate crisis, says expert

2024-04-25T06:07+0200guardian (en)

Mosquito-borne diseases are spreading across the globe, and particularly in Europe , due to climate breakdown, an expert has said. The insects spread illnesses such as malaria and dengue fever, the prevalences of which have hugely increased over the past 80 years as global heating has given them the warmer, more humid conditions they thrive in.

Is Cava country losing its sparkle?

2024-04-24T01:08+0200theneweuropean (en)

“Those vines,” he points to the hillsides, “there and there. All dead.” His battered jeep jolts to a halt in the midst of acres of charcoal-black vines. Strung out on wires, each with two main branches on either side of a main trunk, they have an oddly crucifix-like shape.

What is desertification and why is it important to understand?

2024-04-23T18:15+0200weforum (en)

And, in Asia, China, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan are among the countries that have seen temperatures soaring, according to Earth.org. While some of these areas had been classed as having a desert climate since the 1980s, desertification has continued, leading to hotter, wetter climates.

Turismo e siccità, una sfida per la Spagna

2024-04-23T08:01+0200informazione (it)

La siccità sta diventando un problema sempre più grave in Spagna , tanto da mettere gli abitanti locali contro i turisti. All'aeroporto "Josep Tarradellas" di Barcellona , un grande cartello in inglese accoglie i turisti con un messaggio di allarme: "Allarme siccità".

La NASA se suma a la preocupación internacional por Doñana

2024-04-23T05:22+0200vistaalmar (es)

Los datos de satélite muestran al humedal español desecado por la demanda de aguas subterráneas. El cambio está en el corazón del Parque Nacional de Doñana , en el suroeste de España. Dentro de sus límites, miles de pequeñas y poco profundas lagunas alimentadas por aguas subterráneas pasan por ciclos naturales de inundaciones y sequías.

Increasingly hot European summers harming health: report

2024-04-22T17:59+0200newagebd (en)

In a year of contrasting extremes, Europe witnessed scorching heatwaves but also catastrophic flooding, withering droughts, violent storms and its largest wildfire. | — AFP file photo. Heat stress in Europe is increasingly threatening people’s health as global warming makes summers there hotter and....

How hot will Spain be this summer? Experts give their verdict after last year’s record-breaking heat

2024-04-22T16:13+0200theolivepress (en)

Experts have given their verdict on how hot Spain could be this summer after last year’s record breaking heat across the country. Spain saw its second hottest year ever in 2023 as the effects of climate change continued to bash the country. Last year, southern Europe saw ten days of ‘extreme heat....

Green Roofs Are Great. Blue-Green Roofs Are Even Better

2024-04-22T13:11+0200wired (en)

This makes the traditional system of stormwater management more flexible, but also more complicated. So the RESILIO project used software from Autodesk to model the impact of blue-green roofs and the risk of flooding in Amsterdam, also adjusting for climate change.

Experts predict a much cooler summer for Spain this year

2024-04-22T13:00+0200murciatoday (en)

Across Europe, 2023 was second hottest year of all time and the one with the most incidences of extreme heat. 2023 was the second hottest year in Europe. Europe felt the true impacts of climate change in 2023, experiencing the second hottest year on record and setting new extremes.

Europe is the fastest-warming continent, at nearly twice the average global rate, report says14 mins ago 2m read

2024-04-22T11:59+0200newsday-USA (en)

NAPLES, Italy — Europe is the fastest-warming continent and its temperatures are rising at roughly twice the global average, two top climate monitoring organizations reported Monday, warning of the consequences for human health, glacier melt and economic activity. The U.N.

2023 was second warmest year on record for Europe – report

2024-04-22T10:22+0200agriland (en)

2023 was the second-warmest year on record for Europe, at 1.02–1.12°C above average, according to a new report. The European State of the Climate (ESOTC) in 2023 was published today (Monday, April 22) by the EU’s Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) and the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO).

Europe endured record number of ‘extreme heat stress’ days in 2023

2024-04-22T07:14+0200aljazeera-en (en)

Europe is increasingly facing bouts of heat so intense that the human body cannot cope, climate monitors have warned. The continent endured a record number of “extreme heat stress” days in 2023, the European Union’s Copernicus climate monitoring service and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Monday.

Plants, Vol. 13, Pages 1155: Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Improve the Performance of Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon Facing Water Deficit under Current and Future Climatic Conditions

2024-04-22T06:23+0200mdpi (en)

Climate change (CC) threatens Mediterranean viticulture. Rhizospheric microorganisms may be crucial for the adaptation of plants to CC. Our objective was to assess whether the association of two grapevine varieties with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) increases grapevine’s resilience to....

Sequía y energía unen Canarias con Cabo Verde para buscar soluciones comunes

2024-04-20T07:14+0200epe (es)

El turismo genera el 25% del PIB de Cabo Verde y gran parte de este porcentaje procede de España, especialmente de Canarias. Hay una importante aproximación entre las islas porque tenemos que afrontar retos comunes difíciles de entender por las zonas continentales, explica José Maria Neves ,....

Ondata di furti di olio di oliva nei supermercati spagnoli

2024-04-19T14:03+0200teatronaturale (it)

L'olio d'oliva è diventato l'articolo più rubato dai supermercati in Spagna. La siccità e le ondate di calore hanno fatto lievitare il prezzo dell'olio d'oliva in Spagna, portandolo a diventare un bene di prima necessità. Nel 70% delle regioni del Paese, è il prodotto più rubato dai supermercati,....

Could the recent record rainfall leave our supermarket shelves empty?

2024-04-19T08:40+0200thisismoney (en)

A Christian Aid report published last year also warned that eight of the 25 biggest food exporters to the UK face 'high climate vulnerability', including Brazil, South Africa, India and Vietnam. It means consumers could face a shortage of bananas, grapes, avocados, cashews, cocoa and tea thanks to the changing weather patterns.

Could the recent record rainfall leave our supermarket shelves empty?

2024-04-19T08:05+0200dailymail (en)

A Christian Aid report published last year also warned that eight of the 25 biggest food exporters to the UK face 'high climate vulnerability', including Brazil, South Africa, India and Vietnam. It means consumers could face a shortage of bananas, grapes, avocados, cashews, cocoa and tea thanks to the changing weather patterns.

SEO/BirdLife alerta que Doñana sigue en peligro: las lluvias transitorias no solucionan nada, hace falta una buena gestión del humedal

2024-04-18T07:53+0200ecoticias (es)

La ONG SEO/Birdlife se ha pronunciado acerca del estado de Doñana , el mayor humedal de España y Europa y de su grave estado. Y explica que la situación no ha cambiado por un episodio climático puntual. Sigue haciendo falta mucho más que unas precipitaciones abundantes para salvarlo del deterioro, el abuso y la mala gestión.

Indo-Gangetic Plains, home to half the Indian population, to soon become hotspot of extreme climate events: study

2024-04-17T20:25+0200businessinsider-in (en)

If you looked at India from a very old perspective, you'd see a vast depression between Peninsular India and the Himalayas. As the Himalayas grew taller, they created many rivers flowing into this depression, carrying sediment with them. Over time, this sediment filled the depression, creating the....

The other oil crisis: Crop failures leading to sharp increase in price of cooking oil

2024-04-17T15:38+0200businessgreen (en)

Cooking oil prices are set to hit record levels this year, as climate impacts result in reduced yields from UK oilseed rape fields and olive oil prices remain at historically high levels. That is the warning contained in a new analysis from the Energy Climate and Intelligence Unit (ECIU) think....

UK's washout winter to blame for surge in price of potatoes as farmers struggle

2024-04-16T21:43+0200dailystar (en)

Farmers have warned already inflated food prices are set to increase yet again due to the wash out winter, which has left fields submerged. Last winter was one of the ten wettest on record, with flooded fields ruining crops and stopping farmers getting seeds into the ground this spring.

Le nuove sfide dell’extravergine italiano: l’accordo con la Spagna, i prezzi, i dazi, la mancanza di manodopera e i giovani

2024-04-15T16:30+0200cronachedigusto (it)

I cambiamenti climatici, ma anche la concorrenza internazionale e la competizione sui prezzi, i dazi che non facilitano l’armonizzazione dei mercati e la necessità di migliorare la visibilità e la riconoscibilità dell’olio di oliva sui diversi mercati.

Canada warns of 'explosive' wildfire season

2024-04-11T18:39+0200thestarkenya (en)

Canada's government says it is preparing for another "explosive" wildfire season, for which it is training extra firefighters. A warmer-than-normal winter has left little snow on the ground and has compounded droughts in several regions. Last year was by far Canada's worst for wildfires, with 15 million hectares (37 million acres) of forest burned.

The Star » Canada warns of 'explosive' wildfire season

2024-04-11T18:36+0200kenyamoja (en)

Canada's government says it is preparing for another "explosive" wildfire season, for which it is training extra firefighters. A warmer-than-normal winter has left little snow on the ground and has compounded droughts in several regions. Last year was by far Canada's worst for wildfires, with 15 million hectares (37 million acres) of forest burned.

Why is olive oil so expensive?

2024-04-11T14:15+0200standard (en)

Waitrose's 500ml bottle of olive oil costs £22, making it the most costly. Compared to a 750ml bottle of Whispering Angel Provence Rosé, which costs only £11.49 from the same shop, it is more than twice as expensive. The Grocer reported on November 2023 that the price of olive oil has increased by....

Canada warns of 'explosive' wildfire season

2024-04-11T14:12+0200bbc (en)

Canada's government says it is preparing for another "explosive" wildfire season, for which it is training extra firefighters. A warmer-than-normal winter has left little snow on the ground and has compounded droughts in several regions. Last year was by far Canada's worst for wildfires, with 15....

Strategie Grains alza le previsioni sul raccolto di grano dell'UE

2024-04-11T12:22+0200marketscreener (it)

Strategie Grains ha alzato le sue previsioni per il raccolto di grano tenero dell'Unione Europea nel 2024, riflettendo le condizioni favorevoli in Spagna, ma si prevede ancora un forte calo della produzione rispetto all'anno scorso a causa delle forti piogge altrove, ha dichiarato.

Greeting speech by the Commissioner for the Environment, Ms Antonia Theodosiou, at the “Landscape resilience workshop”

2024-04-11T11:25+0200pio-gov-cy-en (en)

Dear Director of the CERIDES Centre-of-Excellence, Prof. Boustras; Dear Distinguished Speakers and Presenters of the Workshop, from abroad and from Cyprus ; Dear Attendees-Participants from the various Agencies, Services, Organised Groups and Stakeholders; The impacts of climate change are daily news....

How Climate Change Could Affect Your Favorite Wines

2024-04-10T16:48+0200newsweek-USA (en)

Tablas Creek Vineyard started growing Rhone grapes like Syrah and Grenache in California back in 1989. The vineyard's founders chose the Paso Robles area, along California's Salinas River Valley, because its Mediterranean-like climate was well suited for what they wanted to grow. But that climate has changed considerably over the past 35 years.

Wildfires: 2023 among the worst in the EU in this century

2024-04-10T14:12+0200EC (en)

In 2023, an area around twice the size of Luxembourg was burnt in the EU, amounting to more than half a million (504,002) ha, according to the Advance report on Forest Fires in Europe, Middle East and North Africa 2023 . So far in 2024, there have already been almost double the average number of....

Spain faces crisis with fears Brits will cancel holidays over new swimming pool rules

2024-04-10T07:37+0200bristolpost (en)

See our Privacy Notice Spain is facing a crisis as fears grow that Brits may cancel their holidays due to new swimming pool rules. The country, particularly the region of Catalonia including Barcelona, is experiencing one of its worst droughts in 200 years, leading to severe water shortages and emergency measures such as pool closures.

Stephen Cadogan: Storms gathering on the horizon

2024-04-09T18:31+0200irishexaminer (en)

However, the supply of potatoes and vegetables for our tables is also hit by the rainy autumn and spring. For two years in a row, Irish field vegetable growers have been hit by bad weather, which reduced yields and caused the complete loss of some crops.

Spain faces crisis with fears Brits will cancel holidays over new swimming pool rules

2024-04-09T17:48+0200themirror (en)

Brits heading on Spain holidays this year have been warned that the country is facing one of its worst droughts in 200 years. The region of Catalonia, including Barcelona, is suffering from severe water shortages, and emergency rules have been put in place, with However, locals are expressing....

L’influenza dell’inerbimento dell’olivo sulle caratteristiche chimiche e sensoriali dell’olio di oliva

2024-04-05T21:28+0200teatronaturale (it)

L'olivo è una delle colture arboree più tolleranti alla siccità nel mondo. Si possono considerare tre periodi di elevata sensibilità allo stress idrico: la fioritura; la crescita dei frutti, da 6 a 10 settimane dopo la fioritura; l'accumulo di olio, da 18 a 22 settimane dopo la fioritura.

Pasqua bagnata, Spagna fortunata?

2024-04-05T09:59+0200cittanuova (it)

Fonte: Città Nuova Nell’ultima settimana di marzo 2024 è piombata dal cielo sulla penisola iberica la tempesta Nelson, un nubifragio d’acqua che ha bloccato quasi tutte le manifestazioni della Settimana Santa. Ma ha anche rifornito gli invasi idrici della penisola. La tempesta Nelson a Palma de Mallorca.

Spanish holiday crisis: Brits' summer trips in jeopardy as popular tourists resorts close pools due to drought

2024-04-05T09:22+0200lbc (en)

5 April 2024, 08:19 Popular Spanish tourist resorts have been forced to close their pools due to the ongoing drought. Picture: Handout/Getty By Kieran Kelly @kellyjourno There are fears holidays to Spain may be in jeopardy this summer as popular tourist resorts along the Spanish coast have been....

La peligrosa profecía de Nostradamus sobre España: esta es la ciudad española que corre

2024-04-04T15:47+0200larazon-es (es)

Predicción La peligrosa profecía de Nostradamus sobre España: esta es la ciudad española que corre "grave peligro" en 2024 El boticario francés Michel de Nôtre-Dame es famoso por sus predicciones y aciertos, como el ataque del 11S en Estados Unidos, la muerte de Isabel II o el tsunami catastrófico de 2004.

El Gobierno demolió 328 infraestructuras hídricas entre 2018 y 2022

2024-04-04T13:10+0200eldebate (es)

Durante el período comprendido entre 2018 y 2022, el Gobierno ha llevado a cabo la demolición o retirada de un total de 328 «barreras transversales» o infraestructuras hídricas que se consideraban «sin uso» y que representaban obstáculos para la circulación del agua en 33 provincias de España.

Savour your favourite wine before climate change destroys it

2024-04-04T12:07+0200nationalobserver (en)

As temperatures rise, a grape plant reacts in complex ways. “You need a degree of heat to get through the ripening phase, to get sugar accumulation, and then also get the ideal amount of development of some of these secondary compounds like anthocyanins and tannins all the things that make wine....

Weatherwatch: Constant rain is a pain for visiting birds

2024-04-04T07:19+0200guardian (en)

W ill it ever stop raining? That’s the constant refrain from my Somerset neighbours – especially the local farmers – after flooding this winter to match the famous events of a decade ago. As in the rest of southern England, the first quarter of 2024 here has certainly been very wet.

Intense fire season in Mexico is part of a worldwide trend

2024-04-03T18:06+0200earth (en)

Today’s Image of the Day from NASA Earth Observatory features smoke streaming from a fire near the border of Oaxaca and Chiapas in southern Mexico. “As Mexico entered peak fire season in March 2024, dry and warm conditions helped fuel the flames of more than 100 active blazes across the country,” said NASA.

Ribera y Moreno, unidos por Doñana

2024-04-03T11:48+0200europasur (es)

La vicepresidenta tercera del Gobierno y ministra para la Transición Ecológica y el Reto Demográfico de España (Miteco), Teresa Ribera, ha agradecido el "especial cuidado" con Doñana del presidente de la Junta, Juanma Moreno, y ha añadido que la gestión del humedal está siendo "mucho más tranquila"....

Ribera y Moreno, unidos por Doñana

2024-04-03T11:47+0200huelvainformacion (es)

La vicepresidenta tercera del Gobierno y ministra para la Transición Ecológica y el Reto Demográfico de España (Miteco), Teresa Ribera, ha agradecido el "especial cuidado" con Doñana del presidente de la Junta, Juanma Moreno, y ha añadido que la gestión del humedal está siendo "mucho más tranquila"....

Ribera y Moreno, unidos por Doñana

2024-04-03T11:46+0200eldiadecordoba (es)

La vicepresidenta tercera del Gobierno y ministra para la Transición Ecológica y el Reto Demográfico de España (Miteco), Teresa Ribera, ha agradecido el "especial cuidado" con Doñana del presidente de la Junta, Juanma Moreno, y ha añadido que la gestión del humedal está siendo "mucho más tranquila"....

Ribera y Moreno, unidos por Doñana

2024-04-03T11:45+0200granadahoy (es)

La vicepresidenta tercera del Gobierno y ministra para la Transición Ecológica y el Reto Demográfico de España (Miteco), Teresa Ribera, ha agradecido el "especial cuidado" con Doñana del presidente de la Junta, Juanma Moreno, y ha añadido que la gestión del humedal está siendo "mucho más tranquila"....

Ribera y Moreno, unidos por Doñana

2024-04-03T11:45+0200diariodejerez (es)

La vicepresidenta tercera del Gobierno y ministra para la Transición Ecológica y el Reto Demográfico de España (Miteco), Teresa Ribera, ha agradecido el "especial cuidado" con Doñana del presidente de la Junta, Juanma Moreno, y ha añadido que la gestión del humedal está siendo "mucho más tranquila"....

Ribera y Moreno, unidos por Doñana

2024-04-03T11:42+0200diariodesevilla (es)

La vicepresidenta tercera del Gobierno y ministra para la Transición Ecológica y el Reto Demográfico de España (Miteco), Teresa Ribera, ha agradecido el "especial cuidado" con Doñana del presidente de la Junta, Juanma Moreno, y ha añadido que la gestión del humedal está siendo "mucho más tranquila"....

Spain faces 'worst crisis in 200 years' as Brits warned to prepare for new rules

2024-04-03T11:13+0200themirror (en)

Brits heading on Spain holidays are being warned of tough new rules and restrictions in place as the country faces one of its worst droughts in 200 years. The popular holiday area of Catalonia, including Barcelona, is suffering from severe water shortages, and emergency rules have been put in place,....

La 'maldición' de Cataluña: sus embalses no llegan al 17% tras la Semana Santa más lluviosa desde 1970

2024-04-03T03:06+0200sevilla-elespanol (es)

La Semana Santa de 2024 ha sido la más húmeda en toda España desde 1970. No obstante, las abundantes precipitaciones no han caído por igual en el conjunto del país. Así, mientras que en Andalucía se ha descartado la posibilidad de que lleguen barcos de agua el próximo verano, en Cataluña no se ha levantado aún la emergencia por sequía .

La 'maldición' de Cataluña: sus embalses no llegan al 17% tras la Semana Santa más lluviosa desde 1970

2024-04-03T02:43+0200elespanol (es)

La Semana Santa de 2024 ha sido la más húmeda en toda España desde 1970. No obstante, las abundantes precipitaciones no han caído por igual en el conjunto del país. Así, mientras que en Andalucía se ha descartado la posibilidad de que lleguen barcos de agua el próximo verano, en Cataluña no se ha levantado aún la emergencia por sequía .

Cipro, l'isola di Afrodite: le origini, cosa vedere e i posti più belli da visitare

2024-04-02T19:53+0200quotidianodipuglia (it)

La Repubblica di Cipro occupa la parte meridionale dell’omonima isola, che si trova nel Mediterraneo orientale, di fronte a Libano e Israele. La destinazione, con la sua capitale Nicosia, è spartita a nord con la Turchia: ma quest’ultima è stata più che altro un’occupazione turca, avvenuta nel 1974, non riconosciuta a livello internazionale.

Address by the Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development and the Environment at the 6th Meeting of the CIS Ad-hoc Task Group on Water Scarcity and Droughts, in Larnaka 21-3-2024

2024-03-21T16:41+0100moa-gov-cy (en)

Address by the Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development and the Environment at the 6th Meeting of the CIS Ad-hoc Task Group on Water Scarcity and Droughts, in Larnaka It is both an honour and a privilege to welcome you to Cyprus for the 6th Meeting of the CIS Ad-hoc Task Group on Water Scarcity and Droughts.

Address by the Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development and the Environment at the 6th Meeting of the CIS Ad-hoc Task Group on Water Scarcity and Droughts, in Larnaka

2024-03-21T14:18+0100pio-gov-cy-en (en)

It is both an honour and a privilege to welcome you to Cyprus for the 6 th Meeting of the CIS Ad-hoc Task Group on Water Scarcity and Droughts. As the Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development and the Environment of the Republic of Cyprus, I am profoundly aware of the critical challenges we face regarding water scarcity and droughts.

Katerina Michaelides...

2024-03-11T22:24+0100menafn (en)

- The Conversation) Professor of Dryland Hydrology, School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol Profile Articles Activity. Katerina is Professor of Dryland Hydrology in the School of Geographical Sciences at the University of Bristol, the co-lead of the Water Theme of the Cabot Institute....

UCLan Cyprus launches bee conservation campaign

2024-03-08T18:41+0100cyprus-mail (en)

She observed that Cyprus has been facing successive environmental threats – of which the main one is climate change – for years, with continuous droughts that lead to desertification. Low regional rainfall rates, combined with global research on declining pollinator bee populations, highlight the....

La fusione dei ghiacci della Groenlandia può portare a ondate di calore in Europa: la spiegazione degli scienziati

2024-03-05T15:20+0100greenme (it)

La perdita di ghiaccio artico negli ultimi decenni viene collegata all’aumento del verificarsi di condizioni meteorologiche estreme alle medie latitudini: secondo questo studio, infatti, l’aumento delle acque di fusione nell’Atlantico settentrionale può innescare una catena di eventi capaci di....

1 in 5 migratory species are at risk of extinction, says a new UN report

2024-02-23T11:55+0100europeansting (en)

(Credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of with the Author: Simon Torkington, Senior Writer, Forum Agenda A UN report highlights the existential threats faced by the world’s migratory species. Almost half of migratory creatures are in decline and 20% could become extinct.

Caldo e poca neve, i Balcani “senza inverno”

2024-02-19T09:47+0100meteoweb (it)

Nei territori dove l’inverno solitamente si manifestava con mesi di intenso freddo , termometri che scendevano di parecchi gradi sotto lo zero e abbondanti nevicate , ora si respira un’ atmosfera insolita . Le temperature si mantengono costantemente su livelli tipici della tarda primavera , con....

I Balcani "senza inverno", poca neve e temperature alte

2024-02-19T09:01+0100ansa-english (it)

(ANSA) - BELGRADO, 19 FEB - In luoghi dove inverno era sinonimo di mesi e mesi di grande freddo e di termometri spesso di molti gradi sotto lo zero, oltre che di intense nevicate, solo temperature praticamente da tarda primavera, finestre aperte durante il giorno a far entrare una brezza tiepida,....

I Balcani "senza inverno", poca neve e temperature alte

2024-02-19T08:56+0100ansamed-it (it)

(ANSA) - BELGRADO, 19 FEB - In luoghi dove inverno era sinonimo di mesi e mesi di grande freddo e di termometri spesso di molti gradi sotto lo zero, oltre che di intense nevicate, solo temperature praticamente da tarda primavera, finestre aperte durante il giorno a far entrare una brezza tiepida,....

I Balcani "senza inverno", poca neve e temperature alte

2024-02-19T08:51+0100ansa (it)

(ANSA) - BELGRADO, 19 FEB - In luoghi dove inverno era sinonimo di mesi e mesi di grande freddo e di termometri spesso di molti gradi sotto lo zero, oltre che di intense nevicate, solo temperature praticamente da tarda primavera, finestre aperte durante il giorno a far entrare una brezza tiepida,....

E’ tempo di ortofrutta albanese, anche alla Coop svizzera

2024-02-16T18:55+0100myfruit (it)

Non è una novità l ‘ortofrutta albanese , già da tempo pomodori e zucchine del Paese balcanico attraversano l’Adriatico per approdare sui nostri mercati . A volte la merce è stata trovata mescolata in modo fraudolento con quella nazionale come confermano, in questi ultimi anni, indagini e sequestri di ortaggi taroccati.

Caldo record tra Spagna e Francia, superati i +30°C: non era mai successo in Europa a gennaio

2024-01-25T19:10+0100meteoweb (it)

L’ anticiclone delle Azzorre sta determinando un’impennata delle temperature sull’Europa occidentale, anche in montagna. Tra i Paesi più colpiti c’è la Spagna , dove oggi le temperature massime hanno superato persino la soglia dei +30°C . E pensare che siamo a fine gennaio… Secondo l’Aemet,....

OSCE enhances capacities for wildfire risk reduction and early warning to reduce climate vulnerabilities and strengthen resilience

2023-10-13T10:25+0200osce (en)

Marking International Day for Disaster Reduction , the OSCE underlines the vital role of wildfire risk reduction, landscape fire management, and fire early warning in responding to the growing challenges posed by climate change. On 9 and 10 October 2023, the OSCE partnered with the Global Fire....

UN Child Rights Committee publishes findings on Albania, Andorra, Dominican Republic, Kyrgyzstan, Liechtenstein and Togo

2023-09-30T01:27+0200scoop-co-nz (en)

Andorra The Committee expressed concerns about insufficient sexual and reproductive health services for adolescents and that they need to travel outside the country for abortion. It recommended that Andorra improve adolescents' access to sexual and reproductive health services and information on family planning and modern contraception.

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