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EU Space is the key to disaster risk management and response

2022-06-06T04:42+0200cde-ual (en)

When it comes to weather-related events, 2021 was a record-breaking year for Europe. The summer the hottest on record – with a part of Sicily setting a provisional heat record for Europe at 48.8 degrees Celsius in August – translating into a very dry Mediterranean region.

EU Space is the key to disaster risk management and response

2022-05-28T19:55+0200gsa-europa (en)

EUSPA's Executive Director at Disaster Risk Management Workshop in Athens, Greece. When it comes to weather-related events, 2021 was a record-breaking year for Europe. The summer the hottest on record – with a part of Sicily setting a provisional heat record for Europe at 48.

Global Warming Shows Alarming Surge But World Sitting Smug

2022-05-16T06:01+0200menafn (en)

- Gulf Times) Unprecedented floods and landslides in South Africa and a blistering heatwave across India and Pakistan are just a few examples of the devastating impacts of global warming. Scientists are of the view that the natural calamity experienced in and around Durban last month was made twice as likely by global warming.

Climate change made deadly S. Africa rains twice as likely

2022-05-13T14:34+0200terradaily (en)

Rainfall that caused catastrophic floods and landslides last month in and around Durban, South Africa, was made twice as likely by global warming, scientists said Friday. An exceptional downpour -- more than 35 centimetres (14 inches) over two days -- on April 11-12 claimed hundreds of lives and caused $1.

Climate change made KZN's deadly rains twice as likely, scientists say

2022-05-13T13:49+0200eyewitness-news (en)

PARIS - Rainfall that caused catastrophic floods and landslides last month in and around Durban was made twice as likely by global warming, scientists said on Friday. An exceptional downpour, more than 35 centimetres over two days, on 11-12 April claimed hundreds of lives and caused $1.

13/05/2022 Climate change made deadly S. Africa rains twice as likely

2022-05-13T13:15+0200rfi-en (en)

An exceptional downpour -- more than 35 centimetres (14 inches) over two days -- on April 11-12 claimed hundreds of lives and caused $1.5 billion in damage across the provinces KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape. Without climate change, rain of this intensity would happen roughly once every 40 years,....

Experts: Every heatwave enhanced by climate change

2022-05-11T14:31+0200themalaymailonline (en)

“Every heatwave in the world is now made stronger and more likely to happen because of human-caused climate change,” Otto and co-author Ben Clarke of the University of Oxford said in the report, presented as a briefing paper for the news media. Evidence of global warming’s impact on extreme weather....

Experts: Every heatwave enhanced by climate change

2022-05-11T14:14+0200malaymail (en)

“Every heatwave in the world is now made stronger and more likely to happen because of human-caused climate change,” Otto and co-author Ben Clarke of the University of Oxford said in the report, presented as a briefing paper for the news media. Evidence of global warming’s impact on extreme weather....

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