Forest Fire (16492 ha) in India 08 Apr 2023

Event summary

This forest fire can have a low humanitarian impact based on the and the affected population and their vulnerability.

GDACS ID WF 1013907
Countries: India
Start Date - Last detection*: 08 Apr 2023 - 27 Apr 2023
Duration (days): 19
People affected: 98 in the burned area
Burned area: 16492 ha
More Info: Global Wildfire Information System

*(Last detection of the thermal anomaly of the fire)


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Il turismo interno cinese supera i livelli pre-Covid, viaggi in cresci ... 2023-05-05T10:03+0200.

CINA Il turismo interno cinese ha superato i livelli pre-pandemia durante la pausa di cinque giorni legata alla festa del Primo Maggio. Secondo il ministero del Turismo si sono registrati 274 milioni di viaggi, un dato di circa il 20% super
Met office predicts low rainfall and temperature rise ahead2023-05-05T05:21+0200.

Nepal is most likely to witness below-average rainfall in the upcoming monsoon season, according to a forecast by the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology. The department’s Climate Section, which forecast weather conditions on Thursday f
Can we save forests under a changing climate?...2023-05-01T21:42+0200.

Human activities have brought about a destabilising era of climate change, threatening the continuity of life on our otherwise stable planet. The climatic conditions that support life on Earth are rapidly changing, and the future is uncerta
Global warming: Here’s where climate change could lead to record-setti ... 2023-04-27T14:53+0200.

BRISTOL, United Kingdom — Earth is heating up. Summers all over the world have become longer and more intense in recent years, with sweltering heatwaves suddenly becoming the new normal. Now, researchers from the University of Bristol have

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