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Corno d'Africa: la peggiore siccità degli ultimi 40 anni

2023-01-18T01:04+0100girodivite (it)

Cinque stagioni consecutive di precipitazioni inferiori alla media hanno portato a una siccità catastrofica nel Corno d’Africa. La carenza di piogge sta facendo raggiungere livelli di insicurezza alimentare acuta senza precedenti nell’Etiopia meridionale e sudorientale, nelle terre aride e semiaride....

East Africa drought In their own words: displaced by drought in Somalia Read the article

2023-01-12T02:10+0100rescue (en)

Families across Somalia have had their lives uprooted by a catastrophic hunger crisis that could soon be declared a famine. A prolonged drought has devastated crop production and made it near impossible for herders to find food for their animals. While Somalia is facing its fifth consecutive failed rainy season, this is no “natural disaster.

With our eyes wide open | By Shah-Naz Hayat Khan,...

2023-01-12T00:15+0100pakobserver (en)

‘The mountain,’ was two hundred feet of garbage piled at a landfill in India. Those living in the ghetto nearby have health issues and die. Naturally, India needs to clean up its act. It’s not our problem. Isn’t it? A lifetime ago, while growing up in another corner of the world – Pakistan,....

Research explains how climate change can impact Indian Ocean dipole

2023-01-06T20:18+0100kenyastar (en)

Washington [US], January 6 (ANI): Researchers now have a much better understanding of how climate change can impact and cause seawater temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so much warmer or cooler than the temperatures on the other, a phenomenon that can lead to sometimes deadly....

Research explains how climate change can impact Indian Ocean dipole

2023-01-06T19:40+0100northernirelandnews (en)

Washington [US], January 6 (ANI): Researchers now have a much better understanding of how climate change can impact and cause seawater temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so much warmer or cooler than the temperatures on the other, a phenomenon that can lead to sometimes deadly....

Research explains how climate change can impact Indian Ocean dipole

2023-01-06T19:20+0100cambodiantimes (en)

Washington [US], January 6 (ANI): Researchers now have a much better understanding of how climate change can impact and cause seawater temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so much warmer or cooler than the temperatures on the other, a phenomenon that can lead to sometimes deadly....

Research explains how climate change can impact Indian Ocean dipole

2023-01-06T18:53+0100longbeachstar (en)

Washington [US], January 6 (ANI): Researchers now have a much better understanding of how climate change can impact and cause seawater temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so much warmer or cooler than the temperatures on the other, a phenomenon that can lead to sometimes deadly....

Research explains how climate change can impact Indian Ocean dipole

2023-01-06T18:31+0100nigeriasun (en)

Washington [US], January 6 (ANI): Researchers now have a much better understanding of how climate change can impact and cause seawater temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so much warmer or cooler than the temperatures on the other, a phenomenon that can lead to sometimes deadly....

New Understanding of How Climate Change can Impact the Indian Ocean Dipole

2023-01-06T15:53+0100azocleantech (en)

With a new analysis of long-term climate data, researchers say they now have a much better understanding of how climate change can impact and cause sea water temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so much warmer or cooler than the temperatures on the other - a phenomenon that can lead to....

More known on Indian Ocean dipole formation, helping predict climate change impact accurately: Study

2023-01-06T11:46+0100economictimes (en)

WASHINGTON: Researchers now know more about how the Indian Ocean dipole originally formed, helping them better understand and predict how can impact it, according to a This complementary weather-causing phenomenon can cause sea water temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so much warmer....

How climate change impacts the Indian Ocean dipole, leading to severe droughts and floods —…

2023-01-05T22:21+0100vervetimes (en)

The analysis, described in a new study in Science Advances by an international team of scientists led by researchers from Brown University, compares 10,000 years of past climate conditions reconstructed from different sets of geological records to simulations from an advanced climate model.

Melting Glacier Ice Linked to Severe Droughts and Floods in Indian Ocean Region

2023-01-05T21:55+0100floodlist (en)

With a new analysis of long-term climate data, researchers say they now have a much better understanding of how climate change can impact and cause seawater temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so much warmer or cooler than the temperatures on the other — a phenomenon that can lead to....

How climate change impacts the Indian Ocean dipole, leading to severe droughts and floods

2023-01-05T17:46+0100sciencedaily (en)

The analysis, described in a new study in Science Advances by an international team of scientists led by researchers from Brown University, compares 10,000 years of past climate conditions reconstructed from different sets of geological records to simulations from an advanced climate model.

Why Indian Ocean temps vary from side to side

2023-01-05T16:35+0100futurity (en)

With a new analysis of long-term climate data, researchers say they now have a much better understanding of how climate change can cause sea water temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so much warmer or cooler than the temperatures on the other—a phenomenon that can lead to sometimes....

How climate change impacts the Indian Ocean dipole, leading to severe droughts and floods

2023-01-05T14:45+0100smartwatermagazine (en)

With a new analysis of long-term climate data, researchers say they now have a much better understanding of how climate change can impact and cause sea water temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so much warmer or cooler than the temperatures on the other — a phenomenon that can lead to....

How climate change impacts the Indian Ocean dipole, leading to severe droughts and floods

2023-01-05T08:22+0100terradaily (en)

With a new analysis of long-term climate data, researchers say they now have a much better understanding of how climate change can impact and cause sea water temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so much warmer or cooler than the temperatures on the other - a phenomenon that can lead to....

How climate change impacts the Indian Ocean dipole, leading to severe droughts and floods

2023-01-05T01:28+0100newsnow-co-uk (en)

Newswise — PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] With a new analysis of long-term climate data, researchers say they now have a much better understanding of how climate change can impact and cause sea water temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so much warmer or cooler than the....

Climate Change Wreaks Havoc on Indian Ocean Dipole

2023-01-04T21:06+0100miragenews (en)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] – With a new analysis of long-term climate data, researchers say they now have a much better understanding of how climate change can impact and cause sea water temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so much warmer or cooler than the temperatures on the....

4-Jan-2023 How climate change impacts the Indian Ocean dipole, leading to severe droughts and floods Brown University Peer-Reviewed Publication Researchers now have a much better understanding of how climate change can impact and cause sea water temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so....

2023-01-04T20:06+0100eurekalert (en)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] With a new analysis of long-term climate data, researchers say they now have a much better understanding of how climate change can impact and cause sea water temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so much warmer or cooler than the temperatures on the....

How climate change impacts the Indian Ocean dipole, leading to severe droughts and floods

2023-01-04T20:06+0100phys (en)

With a new analysis of long-term climate data, researchers say they now have a much better understanding of how climate change can impact and cause sea water temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so much warmer or cooler than the temperatures on the other—a phenomenon that can lead to....

Climate Change Affects Indian Ocean Dipole, Causes Droughts & Floods

2023-01-04T20:05+0100miragenews (en)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] With a new analysis of long-term climate data, researchers say they now have a much better understanding of how climate change can impact and cause sea water temperatures on one side of the Indian Ocean to be so much warmer or cooler than the temperatures on the....

2022 was the year of drought

2022-12-31T17:32+0100digitpatrox (en)

It was a yr characterised by excessive drought. From North America to Africa to Europe to Asia, enormous swaths of the planet have been parched in 2022. Lakes and rivers in a number of nations shrank to excessive lows and dry situations threatened crops and fueled harmful wildfires throughout the globe.

With 100 Million People Worldwide Fleeing War, Natural Disasters, Poverty in 2022, Peace Needed Now ‘More Than Ever’, Secretary-General Urges in New Year’s Message

2022-12-30T18:36+0100reliefWeb (en)

SG/SM/21645. Following is the text of United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres’ New Year’s video message 2023: Every New Year is a moment of rebirth. We sweep out the ashes of the old year and prepare for a brighter day. In 2022, millions of people around the world literally swept out ashes.

Worst Drought on Record Parches Horn of Africa

2022-12-30T03:35+0100spaceref (en)

As the end of 2022 draws near, the Horn of Africa is experiencing the longest and most severe drought on record, threatening millions of people with starvation. On November 7, 2022, a consortium of 16 international organizations issued a statement about the deteriorating food security crisis in Somalia , Kenya , and Ethiopia .

Common endeavor

2022-12-30T00:43+0100chinadaily (en)

SONG CHEN/CHINA DAILY. The Global Development Initiative is the most viable way to ensure peace and people-oriented growth. The world today is inundated with many problems and challenges, with the most pressing issues related to the question of world peace.

With 100 Million People Worldwide Fleeing War, Natural Disasters, Poverty in 2022, Peace Needed Now ‘More Than Ever’, Secretary-General Urges in New Year’s Message

2022-12-29T18:47+0100un-org (en)

Following is the text of United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres’ New Year’s video message 2023: Every New Year is a moment of rebirth. We sweep out the ashes of the old year and prepare for a brighter day. In 2022, millions of people around the world literally swept out ashes.

MIL-OSI United Nations: With 100 Million People Worldwide Fleeing War, Natural Disasters, Poverty in 2022, Peace Needed Now ‘More Than Ever’, Secretary-General Urges in New Year’s Message

2022-12-29T18:31+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

Source: United Nations MIL OSI. Following is the text of United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres’ New Year’s message 2023, in New York today: Every New Year is a moment of rebirth. We sweep out the ashes of the old year and prepare for a brighter day. In 2022, millions of people around the world literally swept out ashes.

2022: a year of extreme weather felt through water

2022-12-23T14:17+0100smartwatermagazine (en)

Climate change is making itself felt with more frequent an intense droughts, floods and heatwaves across the world. The impacts of the climate crisis are mostly felt through water , as extreme events make water more scarce or more unpredictable. We look back at some of these extremes that marked 2022.

Cred Crunch Newsletter, Issue No. 69 (December 2022) - The interplay of drought-flood extreme events in Africa over the last twenty years (2002-2021)

2022-12-22T10:13+0100reliefWeb (en)

Attachments Climate change is expected to increase the frequency and magnitude of hydro-climatic extremes events, such as floods and droughts, impacting economies, livelihoods, and the environment, particularly in vulnerable areas, such as in some African countries, where the occurrence of....

Standard » Climate change will turn our lives upside down; let's adapt or perish

2022-12-15T22:08+0100kenyamoja (en)

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the creature of the United Nations charged with collecting and collating scientific, technical and socio-economic data on climate change, has bad news for Africa. Their reports show that despite Africa being least responsible for the burning of....

How Afghan refugees used their knowledge of farming in dry regions to transform arid Balochistan

2022-11-24T15:10+0100scroll-in (en)

Mohammad Tahir Khan looks thinner than other Afghans. He’s wearing a red-coloured shalwar qameez which matches his ruddy face, a turban tied on his head in the Afghan manner. An old watch sits on his wrist but his long grey beard, thinner than his body, makes him resemble an Uighur man from the Muslim-dominated Xinjiang province of China.

How Afghan refugees used their knowledge of farming in dry regions to transform arid Balochistan

2022-11-24T15:04+0100newsnow-co-uk (en)

Mohammad Tahir Khan looks thinner than other Afghans. He’s wearing a red-coloured shalwar qameez which matches his ruddy face, a turban tied on his head in the Afghan manner. An old watch sits on his wrist but his long grey beard, thinner than his body, makes him resemble an Uighur man from the Muslim-dominated Xinjiang province of China.

How Afghans are turning Balochistan green

2022-11-20T07:11+0100dawn (en)

Akbar Notezai / White Star. Mohammad Tahir Khan looks thinner than other Afghans. He’s wearing a red-coloured shalwar qameez which matches his ruddy face, a turban tied on his head in the Afghan manner. An old watch sits on his wrist but his long grey beard, thinner than his body, makes him resemble....

Not because of the war this time... Millions of people are threatened with emigration from their countries

2022-11-19T06:54+0100tellerreport (en)

LONDON. - Those who believe that the refugee crisis may stop with the cessation of armed conflicts in poor countries are mistaken, as the world is on the verge of a new type of asylum, the victims of which are numbering in the millions, and in the next few years they will turn into tens of millions,....

At COP27, the US Said It Will Lead Efforts to Halt Deforestation. But at Home, the Biden Administration Is Considering Massive Old Growth Logging Projects Schemes that protect forests to create carbon credits that polluters can buy to offset their emissions have been popular in the rush to green the....

2022-11-15T14:16+0100insideclimatenews (en)

The panelists at Monday’s session talked about “leveraging investments” and “catalyzing partnerships” to boost a vast global carbon accounting system by which wealthy regions or countries can continue to emit greenhouse gases by paying others to maintain forests that take them out of the atmosphere.

Droughts, floods and storms: The people hit hardest by the climate crisis

2022-11-12T01:05+0100independent-UK (en)

has similarly been hit by heavy rains, deadly flash floods and landslides in recent weeks. “With reliable forecasts, it is increasingly possible to anticipate extreme weather events and take necessary action in advance,” says Robert Kasca, WFP representative and country director in Nepal.

Eastern Africa Seasonal Monitor: Progress of the October-December Season - Research, Analysis and Monitoring (RAM) Unit World Food Programme, Regional Bureau Nairobi (9th November 2022)

2022-11-11T13:40+0100reliefWeb (en)

HIGHLIGHTS. ▪ The delayed and poor rainfall performance in October sets in motion the likelihood of a 5th consecutive season in the eastern Horn of Africa. The likelihood of depressed seasonal rains will extend the current drought into 2023. Preliminary analysis indicate that this could continue during the March May 2023 season.

Why act now on climate change? Look at the disasters around you

2022-11-08T05:07+0100financial-time (en)

Water levels on the Rhine, a critical artery for the German economy, ran so low during this summer’s drought that access for cargo ships was severely reduced. At around the same time, thousands of miles away, a monsoon in Pakistan resulted in one of the worst floods in the country’s history, as....

New UN weather report ‘a chronicle of chaos’: UN chief

2022-11-07T07:29+0100un-sustainabledevelopment (en)

The provisional 2022 State of the Global Climate study outlines the increasingly dramatic signs of the climate emergency, which include a doubling of the rate of sea level rise since 1993, to a new record high this year; and indications of unprecedented glacier melting on the European Alps.

New UN weather report ‘a chronicle of chaos’: UN chief

2022-11-06T18:30+0100un-org (en)

The provisional 2022 State of the Global Climate study outlines the increasingly dramatic signs of the climate emergency, which include a doubling of the rate of sea level rise since 1993, to a new record high this year; and indications of unprecedented glacier melting on the European Alps.

At COP 27 the cry of suffering of the planet. The "State of the global climate in 2022" report

2022-11-06T17:53+0100tellerreport (en)

The last 8 years. have been the hottest of those recorded so far, fueled by ever-increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases and heat accumulated in the sea. The average temperature in 2022 is about 1.15 degrees Celsius. above pre-industrial levels (i.e. the average temperature of the period 1850-1900).

New UN weather report ‘a chronicle of chaos’: UN chief

2022-11-06T16:41+0100globalissues (en)

The provisional 2022 State of the Global Climate study outlines the increasingly dramatic signs of the climate emergency, which include a doubling of the rate of sea level rise since 1993, to a new record high this year; and indications of unprecedented glacier melting on the European Alps.

MIL-OSI United Nations: New UN weather report ‘a chronicle of chaos’: UN chief

2022-11-06T14:27+0100foreignaffairs-nz (en)

The provisional 2022 State of the Global Climate study outlines the increasingly dramatic signs of the climate emergency, which include a doubling of the rate of sea level rise since 1993, to a new record high this year; and indications of unprecedented glacier melting on the European Alps.

New UN weather report ‘a chronicle of chaos’: UN chief

2022-11-06T14:26+0100foreignpolicywatchdog (en)

The full 2022 report is due to be released in the Spring of 2023, but the provisional study was brought out ahead of COP27, the UN climate conference, raising awareness of the huge scale of the problems that world leaders must tackle, if they are to have any hope of getting the climate crisis under control.

New UN weather report ‘a chronicle of chaos’: UN chief The latest report from the UN World Meteorological Organization (WMO), released on Sunday, shows that the last eight years have been the warmest on record, fuelled by ever-rising greenhouse gas concentrations.

2022-11-06T14:24+0100un-news (en)

The provisional 2022 State of the Global Climate study outlines the increasingly dramatic signs of the climate emergency, which include a doubling of the rate of sea level rise since 1993, to a new record high this year; and indications of unprecedented glacier melting on the European Alps.

Vandalizing nature paintings.. the new way of protesting climate activists

2022-11-05T20:13+0100tellerreport (en)

At a time when climate change has reached a degree of danger threatening the extinction of the human race itself, and after former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke last year that the Egyptian city of Alexandria is one of the cities threatened with drowning in a few years, climate issues....

Drought across Africa

2022-11-04T07:22+0100myscience (en)

Vast swathes of Africa have experienced more frequent and intense episodes of drought since 1983, new research has uncovered. Research commissioned by WaterAid saw Cardiff University expert Professor Michael Singer join forces with colleagues from the University of Bristol to shine a new light on....

Drought across Africa

2022-11-03T18:50+0100miragenews (en)

Vast swathes of Africa have experienced more frequent and intense episodes of drought since 1983, new research has uncovered. Research commissioned by WaterAid saw Cardiff University expert Professor Michael Singer join forces with colleagues from the University of Bristol to shine a new light on....

African drought zones expanded 40 per cent since 1980s, triggering worst drought in decades, report says

2022-11-03T14:39+0100theglobeandmail (en)

Regions affected by drought have expanded by as much as 40 per cent in many African countries since the 1980s, probably as a result of climate change, British scientists have concluded. The research, published on Thursday, helps explain the devastating drought that has swept across the Horn of....

Climate research: What the stress of the trees is doing to the rainforest

2022-10-31T15:36+0100tellerreport (en)

Chapter: 1. Dawn in the rainforest. 2. Over all the treetops is peace. Photo: Nyani Quarmyne Dawn in the rainforest. By ANDREAS FREY (text) and NYANI QUARMYNE (photos) Photo: Nyani Quarmyne. October 31, 2022 Floating rivers are part of the water cycle in Amazonia, which scientists are researching in great detail.

Oms: allarme colera nel mondo. Focolai in Siria, Libano, Haiti, Nigeria, Malawi e Etiopia

2022-10-21T03:34+0200rainews (it)

Secondo l’Organizzazione mondiale della sanità, l' Oms , nell'ultimo anno "stiamo assistendo a un preoccupante aumento di focolai di colera nel mondo ", anche a causa dei cambiamenti climatici. "Nei primi 9 mesi dell'anno, 26 paesi hanno già segnalato focolai di colera, mentre tra il 2017 e il 2021,....

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