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Drought, Land degradation Eroding Africa’s Economy, Says UNCCD

2022-09-27T01:29+0200thisdayonline (en)

Bennett Oghifo. The African continent has lost 65% of its productive land over the last 70 years, while the population has grown by 600% and with a certainty that Climate change will further accelerate this disruption. The Under-Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of the United Nations....

La crisi climatica affama sempre più il mondo

2022-09-23T17:15+0200ecologica (it)

Il 16 settembre 2022 Oxfam, leader mondiale nei progetti di sviluppo in ambito rurale e nel portare acqua e servizi igienico sanitari nelle emergenze, ha pubblicato il report “ Hunger in a heating world – How the climate crisis is fuelling hunger in an already hungry world ” nel quale si evidenzia....

Extreme hunger has more than doubled in 10 of the world’s worst climate hotspots over past six years Ten of the world’s worst climate hotspots – those with the highest number of UN appeals driven by extreme weather events – have suffered a 123% rise in acute hunger over just the past six years, according to an Oxfam report published today.

2022-09-17T06:47+0200oxfam (en)

Less than 18 days of fossil fuel companies’ profits would cover the entire UN humanitarian appeal for 2022. Ten of the world’s worst climate hotspots – those with the highest number of UN appeals driven by extreme weather events – have suffered a 123% rise in acute hunger over just the past six years, according to an Oxfam report published today.

Extreme hunger soars in Africa and the Caribbean, critical points of the climate crisis

2022-09-16T17:33+0200247newsbulletin (en)

Oxfam, the international confederation of 19 NGOs, published a report analyzing 10 of the climatic points most affected in the world, droughts floods storms and others extreme conditions . The countries reviewed were Haiti, Djibouti, Kenya, Nigeria, Afghanistan, Guatemala, Madagascar , Burkina Faso,....

Extreme hunger has more than doubled in 10 of the world’s worst climate hotspots

2022-09-16T14:30+0200africa-cgtn (en)

Ten of the world’s worst climate hotspots, those with the highest number of UN appeals driven by extreme weather events have suffered a 123 percent rise in acute hunger over just the past six years, according to an Oxfam International report published Thursday.

Climate crisis aggravates 'acute hunger' in countries most at risk

2022-09-16T02:04+0200thesaxon (en)

Guatemala, badly hit by drought, is one of the countries where hunger is increasingly threatening. Extreme droughts, devastating floods, desertification: in six years, “acute hunger” has more than doubled in the countries most exposed to climate disasters, according to the NGO Oxfam, which calls on....

Le Nazioni Unite lanciano l'allarme: nell'anno del clima impazzito, le emissioni di gas serra continuano a crescere

2022-09-14T12:55+0200247libero (it)

Il periodo di sette anni appena trascorso, dal 2015 al 2021, è stato il più caldo mai registrato a livello globale . Secondo i dati della prima metà del 2022, i cinque anni dal 2018 al 2022 segnano la più alta quantità di energia termica mai immagazzinata dagli oceani.

Le Nazioni Unite lanciano l'allarme: nell'anno del clima impazzito, le emissioni di gas serra continuano a crescere

2022-09-14T12:37+0200dday (it)

Il periodo di sette anni appena trascorso, dal 2015 al 2021, è stato il più caldo mai registrato a livello globale . Secondo i dati della prima metà del 2022, i cinque anni dal 2018 al 2022 segnano la più alta quantità di energia termica mai immagazzinata dagli oceani.

El calor extremo siembra la próxima crisis del hambre. El verano que se nos cayó la venda (IV)

2022-09-06T03:24+0200elespanol (es)

De acuerdo al Observatorio Europeo de la Sequía , al menos el 64% del territorio se encuentra en situación seca. Esto implica –entre otras cosas– que en cultivos de cereales, por ejemplo, pueda experimentarse una caída en su rendimiento de hasta el 80%.

Sequías, tormentas e incendios: los 10 desastres naturales del último año que estuvieron interconectados

2022-09-05T18:48+0200tn-ar (es)

Durante el año pasado, 10 mil personas murieron producto de desastres naturales y se perdieron alrededor de US$280 mil millones en todo el mundo. Son datos del estudio “Desastres interconectados (Interconected disaster risks)” de la Universidad de las Naciones Unidas (UNU-EHS) que reunió, al mismo....

Diez catástrofes del 2021 y su impacto en vidas y económico

2022-09-05T07:23+0200aimdigital (es)

Tras la sucesión de efectos climáticos adversos que se están produciendo este verano alrededor del planeta, un estudio de la Universidad de las Naciones Unidas destaca que aplicando las soluciones adecuadas se pueden llegar a reducir los riesgos de que esos fenómenos se conviertan en catástrofes a....

El coste de las catástrofes naturales: 10.000 muertos y 280.000 millones de dólares en un año

2022-09-02T10:23+0200sevilla-abc (es)

Desde América a Asia o desde Europa a África, prácticamente todos los continentes han vivido algún episodio natural que ha finalizado en catástrofe en los últimos 24 meses. Sequías, inundaciones u olas de calor, estos son los fenómenos relacionados con el clima más habituales en 2021 y, también, en 2022.

El coste de las catástrofes naturales: 10.000 muertos y 280.000 millones de dólares en un año

2022-09-02T08:40+0200diarioSur (es)

Desde América a Asia o desde Europa a África, prácticamente todos los continentes han vivido algún episodio natural que ha finalizado en catástrofe en los últimos 24 meses. Sequías, inundaciones u olas de calor, estos son los fenómenos relacionados con el clima más habituales en 2021 y, también, en 2022.

El coste de las catástrofes naturales: 10.000 muertos y 280.000 millones de dólares en un año

2022-09-02T08:31+0200burgosconecta (es)

Desde América a Asia o desde Europa a África, prácticamente todos los continentes han vivido algún episodio natural que ha finalizado en catástrofe en los últimos 24 meses. Sequías, inundaciones u olas de calor, estos son los fenómenos relacionados con el clima más habituales en 2021 y, también, en 2022.

El coste de las catástrofes naturales: 10.000 muertos y 280.000 millones de dólares en un año

2022-09-02T08:21+0200canarias7 (es)

Desde América a Asia o desde Europa a África, prácticamente todos los continentes han vivido algún episodio natural que ha finalizado en catástrofe en los últimos 24 meses. Sequías, inundaciones u olas de calor, estos son los fenómenos relacionados con el clima más habituales en 2021 y, también, en 2022.

El coste de las catástrofes naturales: 10.000 muertos y 280.000 millones de dólares en un año

2022-09-02T08:17+0200ideal (es)

Desde América a Asia o desde Europa a África, prácticamente todos los continentes han vivido algún episodio natural que ha finalizado en catástrofe en los últimos 24 meses. Sequías, inundaciones u olas de calor, estos son los fenómenos relacionados con el clima más habituales en 2021 y, también, en 2022.

El coste de las catástrofes naturales: 10.000 muertos y 280.000 millones de dólares en un año

2022-09-02T08:11+0200lasprovincias (es)

Desde América a Asia o desde Europa a África, prácticamente todos los continentes han vivido algún episodio natural que ha finalizado en catástrofe en los últimos 24 meses. Sequías, inundaciones u olas de calor, estos son los fenómenos relacionados con el clima más habituales en 2021 y, también, en 2022.

El coste de las catástrofes naturales: 10.000 muertos y 280.000 millones de dólares en un año

2022-09-02T08:04+0200elnortedecastilla (es)

Desde América a Asia o desde Europa a África, prácticamente todos los continentes han vivido algún episodio natural que ha finalizado en catástrofe en los últimos 24 meses. Sequías, inundaciones u olas de calor, estos son los fenómenos relacionados con el clima más habituales en 2021 y, también, en 2022.

El coste de las catástrofes naturales: 10.000 muertos y 280.000 millones de dólares en un año

2022-09-02T07:59+0200larioja (es)

Desde América a Asia o desde Europa a África, prácticamente todos los continentes han vivido algún episodio natural que ha finalizado en catástrofe en los últimos 24 meses. Sequías, inundaciones u olas de calor, estos son los fenómenos relacionados con el clima más habituales en 2021 y, también, en 2022.

El coste de las catástrofes naturales: 10.000 muertos y 280.000 millones de dólares en un año

2022-09-02T07:59+0200laverdad (es)

Desde América a Asia o desde Europa a África, prácticamente todos los continentes han vivido algún episodio natural que ha finalizado en catástrofe en los últimos 24 meses. Sequías, inundaciones u olas de calor, estos son los fenómenos relacionados con el clima más habituales en 2021 y, también, en 2022.

El coste de las catástrofes naturales: 10.000 muertos y 280.000 millones de dólares en un año

2022-09-02T07:59+0200HoyDigital (es)

Desde América a Asia o desde Europa a África, prácticamente todos los continentes han vivido algún episodio natural que ha finalizado en catástrofe en los últimos 24 meses. Sequías, inundaciones u olas de calor, estos son los fenómenos relacionados con el clima más habituales en 2021 y, también, en 2022.

El coste de las catástrofes naturales: 10.000 muertos y 280.000 millones de dólares en un año

2022-09-02T07:59+0200eldiariomontanes (es)

Desde América a Asia o desde Europa a África, prácticamente todos los continentes han vivido algún episodio natural que ha finalizado en catástrofe en los últimos 24 meses. Sequías, inundaciones u olas de calor, estos son los fenómenos relacionados con el clima más habituales en 2021 y, también, en 2022.

El coste de las catástrofes naturales: 10.000 muertos y 280.000 millones de dólares en un año

2022-09-02T07:56+0200leonoticias (es)

Desde América a Asia o desde Europa a África, prácticamente todos los continentes han vivido algún episodio natural que ha finalizado en catástrofe en los últimos 24 meses. Sequías, inundaciones u olas de calor, estos son los fenómenos relacionados con el clima más habituales en 2021 y, también, en 2022.

El coste de las catástrofes naturales: 10.000 muertos y 280.000 millones de dólares en un año

2022-09-02T07:54+0200elcorreodigital (es)

Desde América a Asia o desde Europa a África, prácticamente todos los continentes han vivido algún episodio natural que ha finalizado en catástrofe en los últimos 24 meses. Sequías, inundaciones u olas de calor, estos son los fenómenos relacionados con el clima más habituales en 2021 y, también, en 2022.

El coste de las catástrofes naturales: 10.000 muertos y 280.000 millones de dólares en un año

2022-09-02T07:50+0200elcomercio-es (es)

Desde América a Asia o desde Europa a África, prácticamente todos los continentes han vivido algún episodio natural que ha finalizado en catástrofe en los últimos 24 meses. Sequías, inundaciones u olas de calor, estos son los fenómenos relacionados con el clima más habituales en 2021 y, también, en 2022.

El coste de las catástrofes naturales: 10.000 muertos y 280.000 millones de dólares en un año

2022-09-02T07:48+0200abc-Andalucia (es)

Desde América a Asia o desde Europa a África, prácticamente todos los continentes han vivido algún episodio natural que ha finalizado en catástrofe en los últimos 24 meses. Sequías, inundaciones u olas de calor, estos son los fenómenos relacionados con el clima más habituales en 2021 y, también, en 2022.

El coste de las catástrofes naturales: 10.000 muertos y 280.000 millones de dólares en un año

2022-09-02T07:42+0200DiarioVasco (es)

Desde América a Asia o desde Europa a África, prácticamente todos los continentes han vivido algún episodio natural que ha finalizado en catástrofe en los últimos 24 meses. Sequías, inundaciones u olas de calor, estos son los fenómenos relacionados con el clima más habituales en 2021 y, también, en 2022.

12:45 Desastres naturales dejaron USD 280 000 millones en pérdidas entre 2021 y 2022

2022-09-01T19:56+0200elcomercio-EC (es)

Pakistán , azotado por las peores inundaciones en años con al menos 1 100 fallecidos, ha vivido desde su independencia del Imperio británico bajo el yugo de catástrofes meteorológicas que dejan decenas de miles de muertos y pérdidas económicas inconmensurables.

Soluciones en manos de todos para desastres interconectados

2022-09-01T07:30+0200elagoradiario (es)

En 2021 y 2022, el mundo fue testigo una vez más de desastres catastróficos , desde calor sin precedentes, hasta inundaciones, sequías extremas, incendios forestales y terremotos. De Europa a Asia, de América a África, ningún lugar es inmune. Solo el año pasado, los desastres se cobraron alrededor de 10.

Los desastres del último año dejan millonarias pérdidas y nuevas lecciones

2022-09-01T07:21+0200lahora (es)

Olas de calor, terremotos, inundaciones, sequías y otras catástrofes obligan a pensar en nuevas soluciones ambientales. Redacción MADRID. Las catástrofes ocurridas entre 2021 y 2022 se cobraron la vida de unas 10.000 personas y tuvieron un costo de $280.

Las diez catástrofes en un año que mataron a 10.000 personas y tuvieron un costo de 280.000 millones de dólares

2022-09-01T00:32+0200esdelatino-com (es)

El informe «Riesgos de desastres interconectados 2021/2022» elaborado por investigadores de la Universidad de las Naciones Unidas analiza diez desastres ocurridos entre 2021 y 2022 en todo el mundo y en los que han influido factores económicos, políticos, sociales o ambientales.

Las diez catástrofes en un año que mataron a 10.000 personas y tuvieron un costo de 280.000 millones de dólares

2022-09-01T00:27+0200clarin (es)

El informe "Riesgos de catástrofes interconectadas 2021/2022" ("Interconnected Disaster Risks 2021/2022") elaborado por investigadores de la Universidad de Naciones Unidas analiza diez catástrofes ocurridas entre 2021 y 2022 en todo el mundo y en las que han influido factores económicos, políticos, sociales o ambientales.

ONU: 10 catástrofes en un año tuvieron coste de 280.000 millones de dólares

2022-08-31T17:58+0200elcaribe (es)

«UN PROBLEMA GLOBAL MÁS AMPLIO» Entre las catástrofes analizadas están: la ola de calor en la Columbia Británica (Canadá), el terremoto en Haití, el huracán Ida, las inundaciones en Lagos, incendios en el Mediterráneo, la inseguridad alimentaria en Madagascar , la sequía en Taiwán, la erupción del....

Catástrofes que en un año tuvieron coste de 280.000 millones de dólares

2022-08-31T15:51+0200elnacional (es)

Madrid, 31 de Agosto.- (EFE).- Las catástrofes ocurridas entre 2021 y 2022 se cobraron la vida de unas 10.000 personas y tuvieron un coste de 280.000 millones de dólares, de acuerdo a un informe de Naciones Unidas, que señala que los desastres ambientales están conectados pero también las soluciones.

ONU: 10 catástrofes en un año tuvieron coste de 280.000 millones de dólares

2022-08-31T15:03+0200HoyDigital-DO (es)

Madrid. – Las catástrofes ocurridas entre 2021 y 2022 se cobraron la vida de unas 10.000 personas y tuvieron un coste de 280.000 millones de dólares, de acuerdo a un informe de Naciones Unidas, que señala que los desastres ambientales están conectados pero también las soluciones.

Diez catástrofes en un año tuvieron un coste de 280 mil mdd: ONU

2022-08-31T13:29+0200lopezdoriga (es)

Las catástrofes ocurridas entre 2021 y 2022 se cobraron la vida de unas 10 mil personas y tuvieron un coste de 280 mil millones de dólares, de acuerdo a un informe de Naciones Unidas , que señala que los desastres ambientales están conectados pero también las soluciones.

Diez catástrofes en un año tuvieron un coste de 280.000 millones de dólares

2022-08-31T09:39+0200heraldo (es)

Las catástrofes ocurridas entre 2021 y 2022 se cobraron la vida de unas 10.000 personas y tuvieron un coste de 280.000 millones de dólares, de acuerdo a un informe de Naciones Unidas , que señala que los desastres ambientales están conectados pero también las soluciones.

Experta de la UNU: Los desastres ambientales y soluciones están interconectados

2022-08-31T09:35+0200infobae (es)

Madrid, 31 ago. Un desastre ambiental es solo la punta de un iceberg que tiene por debajo el impacto de muchos aspectos económicos, sociales o ambientales interconectados, pero también soluciones relacionadas, sostiene en entrevista con EFE la geóloga de la Universidad de Naciones Unidas (UNU), Liliana Narváez.

ONU: 10 catástrofes en un año tuvieron coste de 280.000 millones de dólares

2022-08-31T09:23+0200infobae (es)

Madrid, 31 ago. Las catástrofes ocurridas entre 2021 y 2022 se cobraron la vida de unas 10.000 personas y tuvieron un coste de 280.000 millones de dólares, de acuerdo a un informe de Naciones Unidas, que señala que los desastres ambientales están conectados pero también las soluciones.

ONU: 10 catástrofes en un año tuvieron un coste de 280.000 millones de dólares

2022-08-31T09:23+0200infobae (es)

Madrid, 31 ago. Las catástrofes ocurridas entre 2021 y 2022 se cobraron la vida de unas 10.000 personas y tuvieron un coste de 280.000 millones de dólares, de acuerdo a un informe de Naciones Unidas, que señala que los desastres ambientales están conectados pero también las soluciones.

Experta de UNU: Los desastres ambientales y soluciones están interconectados

2022-08-31T09:08+0200infobae (es)

Lourdes Uquillas. Madrid, 31 ago. Un desastre ambiental es solo la punta de un iceberg que tiene por debajo el impacto de muchos aspectos económicos, sociales o ambientales interconectados, pero también soluciones relacionadas, sostiene en entrevista con EFE la geóloga de la Universidad de Naciones Unidas (UNU), Liliana Narváez.

Sadc experts forecast wet 2022–23 rainfall season for region

2022-08-26T11:01+0200herald (en)

Sifelani Tsiko-Agric, Environment & Innovations Editor. Most parts of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region are expected to receive normal to above-normal rainfall during the forthcoming 2022/23 cropping season, preliminary indications show.

System of Rice Intensification: A Solution to Methane Emissions and Food Insecurity

2022-08-25T13:21+0200earth-org (en)

Rice is an essential staple food for 3.5 billion people , nearly half of the world’s population. Yet, this popular food is accompanied by its negative impact on the environment. In particular, rice is responsible for 10% of global methane emissions . System of Rice Intensification (SRI), which....

Madagascar. Durante una protesta la polizia ha fermato due esponenti di spicco dell’opposizione

2022-07-25T20:32+0200notiziegeopolitiche (it)

di Alberto Galvi. Durante una protesta nella capitale Antananarivo la polizia del Madagascar ha fermato due esponenti di spicco del principale partito di opposizione, i quali manifestavano contro l’aumento del costo della vita e le difficoltà economiche.

Diocesi: Caritas Bolzano-Bressanone, al via campagna “La fame non fa ferie”. “Una tragedia silenziosa, nel Corno d’Africa la situazione peggiore”

2022-07-19T16:14+0200agensir (it)

L’impennata dei prezzi dei generi alimentari causata dal conflitto in Ucraina sta portando alla disperazione diverse popolazioni africane. Molte persone erano già scivolate in uno stato di povertà negli ultimi anni, per via della pandemia. A questo si sommano siccità e inondazioni causate dal....

How climate change is making extreme weather a regular occurrence

2022-07-12T00:42+0200polandsun (en)

Torrential rains in Japan, record-breaking heatwaves in Europe, and recurring droughts in the western US. For the second year in a row the start of summer in the northern hemisphere has been marked by extreme weather. To what extent is global warming to blame? In France , a particularly intense....

How climate change is making extreme weather a regular occurrence

2022-07-11T21:07+0200europesun (en)

Torrential rains in Japan, record-breaking heatwaves in Europe, and recurring droughts in the western US. For the second year in a row the start of summer in the northern hemisphere has been marked by extreme weather. To what extent is global warming to blame? In France , a particularly intense....

How climate change is making extreme weather a regular occurrence

2022-07-11T18:44+0200france24-en (en)

In France , a particularly intense heatwave is set to start on July 11, lasting over a week with temperatures of more than 38°C in a large portion of the country. The exceptionally warm weather will also hit the Iberian peninsula, with temperatures over 40°C in Spain and Portugal , and the UK.

How climate change is making extreme weather a regular occurrence

2022-07-11T18:29+0200wingsenvironmental (en)

Torrential rains in Japan, record-breaking heatwaves in Europe, and recurring droughts in the western US. For the second year in a row the start of summer in the northern hemisphere has been marked by extreme weather. To what extent is global warming to blame? In France, a particularly intense....

Weather: global warming and the mechanics of the extreme

2022-07-07T19:35+0200tellerreport (en)

At the end of June, Japan was confronted with an unprecedented heat wave. The mercury soared to 35°C for several consecutive days in Tokyo, the capital, and up to 40°C in Isesaki, in the center of the country. Unheard of at this time of year. After this stifling heat, it is now torrential rains that are falling on the archipelago.

Caldo estremo in Europa e non solo: Giugno 2022 è stato il 3° più caldo a livello globale

2022-07-07T13:32+0200meteoweb (it)

Media globale ed europea mensile delle anomalie della temperatura dell’aria superficiale e relativa al periodo tra il 1991 e il 2020, da gennaio 1979 a giugno 2022. Le colonne più scure fanno riferimento ai valori di giugno. Fonte dati: ERA5. Credit: Copernicus Climate Change Service/ECMWF.

Climate Change Driving Extreme Heat and Flooding in 2022: Report

2022-07-01T16:35+0200wingsenvironmental (en)

Extreme weather events – from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours – have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous flooding in Bangladesh, and brutal heatwaves seared parts of South Asia and Europe.

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

2022-06-30T08:16+0200expressindia (en)

For their review paper, scientists drew upon hundreds of “attribution” studies, or research that aims to calculate how climate change affected an extreme event using computer simulations and weather observations. There are also large data gaps in many low- and middle-income countries, making it....

Analysis reveals how climate change is influencing extreme weather

2022-06-29T05:34+0200wingsenvironmental (en)

Extreme weather events, from scorching heat waves to unusually heavy downpours, have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous flooding in Bangladesh, and brutal heat waves seared parts of South Asia and Europe.

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

2022-06-29T04:40+0200AsiaOne (en)

AsiaOne has launched EarthOne , a new section dedicated to environmental issues — because we love the planet and we believe science. Find articles like this LONDON - Extreme weather events – from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours – have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this....

Climate change driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding, scientists say

2022-06-29T00:00+0200japantoday (en)

Extreme weather events – from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours – have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous flooding in Bangladesh, and brutal heatwaves seared parts of South Asia and Europe.

Analysis reveals how climate change is influencing extreme weather

2022-06-28T22:29+0200CBC (en)

Extreme weather events, from scorching heat waves to unusually heavy downpours, have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous flooding in Bangladesh , and brutal heat waves seared parts of South Asia and Europe.

Climate change fuels 2022's extreme temps, flooding

2022-06-28T13:18+0200dailysabah (en)

Extreme weather events – from scorching heat waves to unusually heavy downpours – have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced, according to a study published on Tuesday. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed....

Climate Change is Driving 2022 Extreme Heat and Flooding LONDON (Reuters) - Extreme weather events – from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours –...

2022-06-28T12:05+0200chronicle-lu (en)

Cracked and dry earth is seen in the wide riverbed of the Loire River near the Anjou-Bretagne bridge as a heatwave hits Europe, in Ancenis-Saint-Gereon, France 13 June 2022.; Credit: Stephane Mahe / Reuters. LONDON (Reuters) - Extreme weather events from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy....

Climate Change Is Driving 2022 Extreme Heat And Flooding

2022-06-28T12:02+0200ibtimes-uk (en)

Extreme weather events - from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours - have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous flooding in Bangladesh, and brutal heatwaves seared parts of South Asia and Europe.

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

2022-06-28T11:46+0200trust (en)

People wade through the water as they look for shelter during a flood, amidst heavy rains that caused widespread flooding in the northeastern part of the country, in Sylhet, Bangladesh, June 18, 2022. REUTERS/Abdul Goni We focus on the human and development impacts of climate change.

(TAP) - Extreme weather events – from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours – have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year,...

2022-06-28T10:55+0200ATAP-en (en)

(TAP) - Extreme weather events – from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours – have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous flooding in Bangladesh, and....

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

2022-06-28T10:39+0200channelnewsasia (en)

LONDON: Extreme weather events - from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours - have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous flooding in Bangladesh , and....

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

2022-06-28T10:36+0200gmanews (en)

LONDON, June 28 (Reuters) - From scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours, extreme weather events have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous flooding in....

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

2022-06-28T10:30+0200thehindu (en)

A rescuer evacuates a local resident after heavy rain caused flooding in Simferopol, Crimea, on June 27, 2022. | Photo Credit: Reuters With heatwaves, it's highly probable that climate change is making things worse. Extreme weather events — from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours —....

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

2022-06-28T10:28+0200chinadailyhk (en)

People wade through a flooded area following heavy monsoon rainfall in Companiganj on June 26, 2022. (MAMUN HOSSAIN / AFP) LONDON - Extreme weather events – from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours – have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced.

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

2022-06-28T10:14+0200thesundaily (en)

LONDON : Extreme weather events – from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours – have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous flooding in Bangladesh, and....

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding | The Mighty 790 KFGO

2022-06-28T10:02+0200wingsenvironmental (en)

LONDON (Reuters) – Extreme weather events – from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours – have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous flooding in....

Climate Change Is Driving 2022 Extreme Heat And Flooding

2022-06-28T09:59+0200ibtimes (en)

Extreme weather events - from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours - have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous flooding in Bangladesh, and brutal heatwaves seared parts of South Asia and Europe.

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding By Gloria Dickie LONDON (Reuters) - Extreme weather events - from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours - have caused widespread upheaval a... 48m ago

2022-06-28T09:54+0200wsau (en)

By Gloria Dickie. LONDON (Reuters) – Extreme weather events – from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours – have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous....

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

2022-06-28T09:53+0200timesofindia (en)

Rescuers evacuate people stranded after flooding caused by heavy rain in China's Fujian Province. (File Photo/credit: AP) LONDON: Extreme weather events - from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours - have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced.

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

2022-06-28T09:50+0200bdnews24 (en)

In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous flooding in Bangladesh, and brutal heatwaves seared parts of South Asia and Europe. Meanwhile, prolonged drought has left millions on the brink of famine in East Africa. Much of this, scientists say, is what's expected from climate change.

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding By Gloria Dickie LONDON (Reuters) - Extreme weather events - from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours - have caused widespread upheaval a... 34m ago

2022-06-28T09:41+0200kelo (en)

By Gloria Dickie. LONDON (Reuters) – Extreme weather events – from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours – have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous....

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

2022-06-28T09:24+0200wingsenvironmental (en)

LONDON, June 28 (Reuters) – Extreme weather events – from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours – have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous flooding....

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

2022-06-28T09:18+0200gazette (en)

By Gloria Dickie. LONDON (Reuters) - Extreme weather events – from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours – have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous....

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

2022-06-28T09:17+0200saltwire (en)

By Gloria Dickie. LONDON (Reuters) - Extreme weather events – from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours – have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced. In the last three months, monsoon rains unleashed disastrous....

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

2022-06-28T09:10+0200reuters (en)

On Tuesday, a team of climate scientists published a study in the journal Environmental Research: Climate. The researchers scrutinized the role climate change has played in individual weather events over the past two decades. The findings confirm warnings of how global warming will change our world - and also make clear what information is missing.

Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

2022-06-28T09:10+0200financialpost (en)

Article content. For their review paper, scientists drew upon hundreds of “attribution” studies, or research that aims to calculate how climate change affected an extreme event using computer simulations and weather observations. There are also large data gaps in many low- and middle-income....

Intesa per realizzare impianto produzione di fertilizzanti

2022-06-27T10:37+0200infoafrica (it)

MOZAMBICO - Il governo di Maputo ha emesso un decreto che garantirà che tutte le scuole nel Paese, già esistenti o che siano costruite ex-novo, rispettino gli standard di resilienza di sicurezza infrastrutturale per far fronte alle minacce estreme delle conseguenze del cambiamento climatico.

«Diocesi verdi» in Madagascar, alberi per sfuggire alla siccità

2022-06-26T07:34+0200vasroma (it)

Non si è attenuata più di tanto la morsa di una penuria idrica assoluta che da oltre quattro anni affligge il Grande Sud malgascio. Nel 2022, a quella che secondo la stessa Onu è « una carestia legata al cambiamento climatico » e che nella lingua degli Antradoy chiamano keré (essere affamati), si....

Cyclone Batsirai leaves ten dead in Madagascar and nearly 50,000 displaced | news today

2022-06-23T07:15+0200247newsbulletin (en)

At least ten people have died and close to 50,000 have been displaced in Madagascar by the passage of the cyclone Batsirai which made landfall on this island in the Indian Ocean on Saturday night, the Malagasy Disaster Management Agency reported on Sunday.

Address by the Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment, Ms Barbara Creecy, at the World Meteorological Day celebration

2022-06-15T17:28+0200publicnow (en)

Programme Director, Mr Ishaam Abader; Ms Feziwe Renqe - Board Chairperson of the South African Weather Service Dr Mmaphaka Tau, Board Member of the South African Weather Service and Special guest speaker from the National Disaster Management Centre Provincial Disaster Managers Representatives from....

La crisi climatica chiama ogni giorno, non solo nella Giornata mondiale dell’Ambiente

2022-06-05T07:33+0200zerounotv (it)

Tempo di Lettura: 4 minuti. Alluvioni, incendi devastanti, trombe d’aria, inondazioni: la crisi climatica è sotto i nostri occhi ogni giorno, ma preferiamo far finta di non sentire il grido disperato del nostro Pianeta, agonizzante da troppo tempo. Puntualmente, in occasione della Giornata mondiale....

La crisi climatica chiama ogni giorno, non solo nella Giornata mondiale dell’Ambiente

2022-06-05T06:36+0200greenme (it)

Alluvioni, incendi devastanti, trombe d’aria, inondazioni: la crisi climatica è sotto i nostri occhi ogni giorno, ma preferiamo far finta di non sentire il grido disperato del nostro Pianeta, agonizzante da troppo tempo. Puntualmente, in occasione della Giornata mondiale dell’Ambiente – che si....

Climate change impacts: nature can save lives

2022-06-02T23:45+0200wwf (en)

As the planet warms, the threat of climate change and weather-related impacts is growing with sudden-onset events causing more than 410,000 deaths over the past decade. But help is at hand: the natural world. People in every region of the world are experiencing worsening and increasing impacts of....

2021 among hottest years on record

2022-05-18T10:08+0200tellerreport (en)

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) publishes this Wednesday, May 18 its report on the state of the climate in 2021. If 2016 was warmer, it still beat other sad records. 2021 among hottest years on record. July 11, 2021 in Death Valley National Park, California. AP - John Locher. Text by: Simon Rozé Follow.

UN adds Pakistan to list of drought-hit ...

2022-05-16T12:19+0200dailypakistan (en)

NEW YORK The United Nations has placed Pakistan in the list of 23 countries facing drought related emergencies in last two years (2020-2022). The United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) has issued the 'Global Land Outlook' report as world set to mark the UN Desertification and Drought Day on June 17.

UN warns: Earth's degraded land at 'breaking point' Decades of unsustainable activities have depleted soils worldwide and accelerated global warming National Just now

2022-04-27T16:33+0200dailymonitor (en)

Ibrahim Thiaw is the Executive Secretary of the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD), whose 197 parties -- 196 countries plus the European Union -- meet next month for the first time in three years, in Abidjan. Thiaw spoke to AFP about the crisis of deteriorating land quality, and how it....

Alluvioni in Sudafrica: la crisi climatica alimenta gli eventi estremi

2022-04-24T14:49+0200iconaclima (it)

In poco meno di 48 ore è caduta la pioggia di un anno intero: il Sudafrica è alle prese con gli effetti della crisi climatica che estremizza gli eventi meteo rendendoli più frequenti. Le piogge violentissime hanno spazzato via intere abitazioni, ponti e strade, uccidendo circa 450 persone e causando migliaia di senzatetto.

African Wildlife, Coasts Suffer Effects of Flooding, Drought

2022-04-23T13:08+0200kenyastar (en)

MOMBASA, Kenya - Devastating floods in South Africa this week, as well as other extreme weather events across the continent linked to human-caused climate change, are putting marine and terrestrial wildlife species at risk, according to biodiversity experts.

African wildlife, coasts suffer effects of flooding, drought

2022-04-20T13:44+0200hjnews (en)

FILE - A collapsed bridge on the Griffiths Mxenge Highway after flooding, in Durban in Durban, South Africa, Wednesday, April 13, 2022. Devastating floods in South Africa this week, as well as other extreme weather events across the continent linked to human-caused climate change, are putting marine....

Floods in South Africa and drought in Somalia latest signs of climate change At opposite corners of the African continent, extreme weather is inflicting suffering on millions of people

2022-04-20T12:42+0200theglobeandmail (en)

From the parched scrublands of Somalia to the flood-wrecked streets of KwaZulu-Natal, climate change is sweeping across Africa at a faster pace than ever, at a catastrophic cost in human lives. At opposite corners of the African continent, extreme weather – including massive rainfall and prolonged....

Porto Viro: l’impegno del Gruppo Missionario San Giusto

2022-04-16T13:52+0200ladiscussione (it)

Il Gruppo Missionario continua con impegno il suo cammino di sostegno, anche in questi tempi così difficili, presto invierò una relazione sulla casa famiglia realizzata a Fianarantsoa. “Desidero augurare una Buona Santa Pasqua a tutti, con tutto il cuore – dice Bruna del Gruppo Missionario -.

South Africa Floods Claim More Than 300 Lives Following Deadly Storm

2022-04-14T04:26+0200earth-org (en)

Devastating floods in South Africa have destroyed homes and forced the important port to suspend operations following one of the worst weather storms in the country’s history. The death toll in South African province of KwaZulu-Natal has reached over 300 following intense floods that have devastated in and around the port city of Durban.

Madagascar Key Message Update: Negative impacts of multiple droughts and cyclones driving high food needs this lean season, March 2022

2022-04-01T00:03+0200reliefWeb (en)

Key Messages Severe drought conditions, low labor demand, and significantly above average prices are limiting purchasing power and resulting in consumption gaps among poor households across the Grand South. Crisis! (IPC Phase 3!) outcomes are likely to persist through April due to ongoing....

Storms leave hundreds of thousands reeling in Africa

2022-03-31T03:31+0200chinadaily (en)

Trees are seen in the middle of a street after the passage of Cyclone Gombe in the Meconta district of Nampula province, on March 13, 2022. [Photo/Agencies] Hundreds of thousands of people in the southern Africa, especially Madagascar , Malawi and Mozambique, are reeling from the impact of a series....

Incendi: brucia bosco nel Parmense, Vvf al lavoro

2022-03-25T14:28+0100bresciaoggi (it)

(ANSA) - BOLOGNA, 25 MAR - Prosegue da ieri un intervento dei Vigili del fuoco per spegnere un vasto incendio che sta interessando la zona boschiva nel comune di Varano de Melegari, in provincia di Parma. Due le squadre a terra al lavoro, supportate dall'elicottero del reparto volo di Bologna che sta effettuando sganci d'acqua sull'area.

Incendi: brucia bosco nel Parmense, Vvf al lavoro

2022-03-25T13:57+0100larena (it)

(ANSA) - BOLOGNA, 25 MAR - Prosegue da ieri un intervento dei Vigili del fuoco per spegnere un vasto incendio che sta interessando la zona boschiva nel comune di Varano de Melegari, in provincia di Parma. Due le squadre a terra al lavoro, supportate dall'elicottero del reparto volo di Bologna che sta effettuando sganci d'acqua sull'area.

More than half a million displacements across south-eastern Africa as five tropical storms strike in two months

2022-03-25T13:31+0100reliefWeb (en)

An unprecedented series of five tropical storms and cyclones over consecutive weeks have caused devastation to Madagascar , Malawi and Mozambique since January, displacing many of the same people already uprooted by cyclone Idai in 2019. The storms, which also affected Zimbabwe, Mauritius and South....

More than half a million displacements across south-eastern Africa as five tropical storms strike in two months

2022-03-25T12:24+0100internal-displacement (en)

An unprecedented series of five tropical storms and cyclones over consecutive weeks have caused devastation to Madagascar , Malawi and Mozambique since January, displacing many of the same people already uprooted by cyclone Idai in 2019. The storms, which also affected Zimbabwe, Mauritius and South....

Incendi: brucia bosco nel Parmense, Vvf al lavoro

2022-03-25T11:42+0100euronews-it (it)

ANSA BOLOGNA , 25 MAR – Prosegue da ieri un intervento dei Vigili del fuoco per spegnere un vasto incendio che sta interessando la zona boschiva nel comune di Varano de Melegari, in provincia di Parma. Due le squadre a terra al lavoro, supportate dall’elicottero del reparto volo di Bologna che sta effettuando sganci d’acqua sull’area.

Incendi: brucia bosco nel Parmense, Vvf al lavoro

2022-03-25T11:19+0100ladige (it)

(ANSA) - BOLOGNA, 25 MAR - Prosegue da ieri un intervento dei Vigili del fuoco per spegnere un vasto incendio che sta interessando la zona boschiva nel comune di Varano de Melegari, in provincia di Parma. Due le squadre a terra al lavoro, supportate dall'elicottero del reparto volo di Bologna che sta effettuando sganci d'acqua sull'area.

Incendi: brucia bosco nel Parmense, Vvf al lavoro

2022-03-25T11:18+0100tiscali-it (it)

(ANSA) - BOLOGNA, 25 MAR - Prosegue da ieri un intervento dei Vigili del fuoco per spegnere un vasto incendio che sta interessando la zona boschiva nel comune di Varano de Melegari, in provincia di Parma. Due le squadre a terra al lavoro, supportate dall'elicottero del reparto volo di Bologna che sta effettuando sganci d'acqua sull'area.

Incendi: brucia bosco nel Parmense, Vvf al lavoro

2022-03-25T11:09+0100espansionetv (it)

(ANSA) – BOLOGNA, 25 MAR – Prosegue da ieri un intervento dei Vigili del fuoco per spegnere un vasto incendio che sta interessando la zona boschiva nel comune di Varano de Melegari, in provincia di Parma. Due le squadre a terra al lavoro, supportate dall’elicottero del reparto volo di Bologna che sta effettuando sganci d’acqua sull’area.

Incendi: brucia bosco nel Parmense, Vvf al lavoro

2022-03-25T11:09+0100247libero (it)

(ANSA) - BOLOGNA, 25 MAR - Prosegue da ieri un intervento dei Vigili del fuoco per spegnere un vasto incendio che sta interessando la zona boschiva nel comune di Varano de Melegari, in provincia di Parma. Due le squadre a terra al lavoro, supportate dall'elicottero del reparto volo di Bologna che sta effettuando sganci d'acqua sull'area.

Incendi: brucia bosco nel Parmense, Vvf al lavoro

2022-03-25T11:00+0100lasicilia (it)

BOLOGNA, 25 MAR - Prosegue da ieri un intervento dei Vigili del fuoco per spegnere un vasto incendio che sta interessando la zona boschiva nel comune di Varano de Melegari, in provincia di Parma. Due le squadre a terra al lavoro, supportate dall'elicottero del reparto volo di Bologna che sta effettuando sganci d'acqua sull'area.

Incendi: brucia bosco nel Parmense, Vvf al lavoro

2022-03-25T10:49+0100ansa (it)

(ANSA) - BOLOGNA, 25 MAR - Prosegue da ieri un intervento dei Vigili del fuoco per spegnere un vasto incendio che sta interessando la zona boschiva nel comune di Varano de Melegari, in provincia di Parma. Due le squadre a terra al lavoro, supportate dall'elicottero del reparto volo di Bologna che sta effettuando sganci d'acqua sull'area.

Nella maggior parte dei Paesi africani riserve di acque sotterranee sufficienti per affrontare almeno 5 anni di siccità

2022-03-25T09:28+0100greenreport (it)

Secondo lo studio “Groundwater: The world’s neglected defence against climate change”, pubblicato recentemente da WaterAid e del British Geological Survey (BGS), «Sotto il continente africano c’è abbastanza acqua sotterranea perché la maggior parte dei Paesi sopravviva ad almeno 5 anni di siccità, e....

Vanessa Nakate: L'Europa ora non cerchi combustibili fossili in Africa

2022-03-23T20:03+0100247libero (it)

Di cosa si tratta? «Total vuole costruire un oleodotto, l’East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline, lungo 1445 chilometri, da Hoima in Uganda a Tanga in Tanzania. Se completato, sarebbe l’oleodotto più lungo del mondo. Attraversa 200 fiumi, uno dei più antichi parchi nazionali dell’Uganda e anche parte del....

Vanessa Nakate: «L’Europa ora non cerchi combustibili fossili in Africa»

2022-03-23T19:34+0100corriere (it)

Di cosa si tratta? «Total vuole costruire un oleodotto, l’East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline, lungo 1445 chilometri, da Hoima in Uganda a Tanga in Tanzania. Se completato, sarebbe l’oleodotto più lungo del mondo. Attraversa 200 fiumi, uno dei più antichi parchi nazionali dell’Uganda e anche parte del....

Minister Barbara Creecy: World Meteorological Day 2022

2022-03-23T13:43+0100publicnow (en)

Programme Director, Mr Ishaam Abader; Ms Feziwe Renqe - Board Chairperson of the South African Weather Service Dr Mmaphaka Tau, Board Member of the South African Weather Service and Special guest speaker from the National Disaster Management Centre Provincial Disaster Managers Representatives from....

Africa’s water security perilous – but data reveals surprises | News24

2022-03-22T23:47+0100thewall (en)

The Fika-Patso dam almost ran dry throughout a drought season in October 2019. The dam positioned within the Free State province is the primary supply of water for the world. Photo: Alaister Russell/Gallo Images. Egypt was ranked as probably the most water-secure nation in Africa, regardless of it being predominantly desert.

Drought and Deforestation - How Children Are Paying the Price

2022-03-22T14:07+0100allafrica (en)

Ambovombe Southern Madagascar has been hammered by two years of drought that has left 1.5 million people - half the region's population - facing extreme hunger. Children are particularly at risk. An estimated 500,000 children under the age of five are suffering acute malnutrition, and 110,000 of them are severely malnourished, according to UNICEF.

Siamo “all’ultima goccia”: la gravissima siccità che sta mettendo a rischio le riserve idriche in Italia

2022-03-22T11:10+0100greenme (it)

L’associazione ambientalista lancia l’allarme nel suo ultimo report sulla crisi climatica e propone soluzioni applicabili per provare a salvare la risorsa ‘acqua’ nel nostro Paese. Oggi si celebra la risorsa forse più importante per la vita sulla Terra: l’acqua, sempre più scarsa e sempre più....

Climate change has cost Southern Africa R640bn since 1980

2022-03-16T09:14+0100engineeringnews (en)

About 36% of the natural disasters that have occurred in Africa in the past four decades were in Southern Africa and they carried an estimated cumulative economic loss of R640-billion. Alize le Roux , a senior researcher for African Futures and Innovation at the Institute of Security Studies (ISS),....

Madagascar, vittima dell’ingiustizia climatica

2022-03-15T18:23+0100ilgiornaledellambiente (it)

I cambiamenti climatici continuano a essere causa di gravi disastri ambientali, come quelli che si sono verificati in Madagascar . Nell’isola, infatti, solo tra gennaio e febbraio, si sono abbattuti violente tempeste tropicali e ben due cicloni. Alla fine di gennaio circa 21mila persone sono rimaste....

Drought and deforestation: How Madagascar’s children are paying the price

2022-03-14T18:05+0100irinnews (en)

Southern Madagascar has been hammered by two years of drought that has left 1.5 million people – half the region’s population – facing extreme hunger. Children are particularly at risk. An estimated 500,000 children under the age of five are suffering acute malnutrition, and 110,000 of them are severely malnourished, according to UNICEF.

Drought and deforestation: How Madagascar’s children are paying the price

2022-03-14T17:04+0100thenewhumanitarian (en)

Southern Madagascar has been hammered by two years of drought that has left 1.5 million people – half the region’s population – facing extreme hunger. Children are particularly at risk. An estimated 500,000 children under the age of five are suffering acute malnutrition, and 110,000 of them are severely malnourished, according to UNICEF.

Pensando a fioriture lontane che adatte a queste condizioni climatiche, la nostra mente è corsa subito a Buddleja madagascariensis, sempreverde originaria della grande isola africana

2022-03-08T07:25+0100zazoom-it (it)

(Di martedì 8 marzo 2022) Nella nostra regione non piove da decine di giorni, il livello del Po è lo stesso di ferragosto: ahinoi è ormai palese che il clima stia subendo uno stravolgimento. Pensate che il sud del Madagascar nel giro di poco ha dovuto far fronte a una siccità straordinaria, la più....

Emnati: l’ultimo ciclone tropicale intensifica le richieste umanitarie in Madagascar

2022-02-28T08:56+0100esgdata (it)

Il ciclone tropicale Emnati che si è recentemente abbattuto sul Madagascar , la quarta tempesta tropicale in altrettante settimane a colpire uno dei paesi africani più soggetti a tempeste, minaccia la sicurezza alimentare ed è un esempio di come gli estremi meteorologici scateneranno bisogni....

Gli eventi meteorologici e climatici estremi fanno aumentare i bisogni umanitari in Madagascar e nel mondo

2022-02-28T06:58+0100greenreport (it)

Il ciclone tropicale Emnati, che il 23 febbraio ha colpito il Madagascar è stata la quarta tempesta tropicale in 4 settimane a devastare uno dei Paesi africani più soggetti a questio tipo di eventi meteorologici estremi e le sue conseguenze, che minacciano la sicurezza alimentare di centinaia di n....

Winds, winter drought and wildfires: Everything to know about the environment this week

2022-02-25T16:37+0100europeansting (en)

This weekly round-up brings you some of the key environment stories from the past seven days. Top stories: Madagascar hit by Cyclone Emnati; Portugal may limit irrigation amid winter drought; animals flee Argentina’s wildfires as a report warns such blazes are here to stay. 1. Environment and climate change stories to read this week.

25 feb 2022, 15:03 Lorenzo Badellino Cronaca meteo. Madagascar, ingenti danni dopo il passaggio di Emnati. Nuovo ciclone tropicale sull'Oceano Indiano

2022-02-25T15:38+01003bmeteo (it)

Il ciclone tropicale Emnati ormai a sud del Madagascar . Il ciclone tropicale Emnati ha attraversato l'entroterra del Madagascar meridionale, dopo essere provenuto dall'Oceano Indiano e aver fatto landfall sulla costa orientale tra martedì notte e mercoledì.

Madagascar: Pam, eventi climatici estremi minacciano la sicurezza alimentare (2)

2022-02-25T12:37+0100agenzianova (it)

Roma, 25 feb 12:16 - (Agenzia Nova) - Le previsioni, afferma il Pam, prevedono un altro sistema tropicale che si sta già formando nell'Oceano Indiano sudoccidentale. "Quello che stiamo vedendo in Madagascar sono gli impatti climatici estremi: una serie di tempeste e siccità prolungata che colpisce....

Madagascar: Pam, eventi climatici estremi minacciano la sicurezza alimentare

2022-02-25T12:37+0100agenzianova (it)

Roma, 25 feb 12:16 - (Agenzia Nova) - Il ciclone tropicale Emnati che è atterrato in Madagascar mercoledì scorso minaccia la sicurezza alimentare ed è un esempio di come le condizioni meteorologiche estreme innescheranno bisogni umanitari incontrollati se non si affronterà seriamente la crisi climatica.

23 / 02 : 19:02 : Madagascar, padre Franck (Radio Don Bosco): ciclone Emnati sferza un Paese devastato”

2022-02-23T19:02+0100dire (it)

ROMA – Mentre il ciclone Emnati colpisce le coste sud-orientali del Madagascar , alle prese con la quarta grande tempesta in circa un mese, i suoi abitanti “sono sfollati a migliaia e fanno i conti con un’agricoltura completamente distrutta : ci vorranno cinque anni per riavere i frutti da molti....

Emnati strikes: Madagascar hit by fourth cyclone in a month

2022-02-23T18:40+0100thenational (en)

was battered by its fourth cyclone in a month on Tuesday night and into Wednesday, further hampering recovery efforts and putting lives in danger. Winds from Cyclone Emnati reached up to 135 kilometres per hour when it made landfall on the island's eastern Fianarantsoa Province, between Manakara City and Farafagana City.

Programma alimentare mondiale: 4 modi per aiutare le comunità vulnerabili ad adattarsi ai cambiamenti climatici

2022-02-22T17:24+0100esgdata (it)

La crisi climatica sta distruggendo vite e mezzi di sussistenza in tutto il mondo. La riduzione delle emissioni per mitigare l’aumento delle temperature globali è cruciale, ma non possiamo aspettare che questo accada. Le comunità in prima linea nella crisi hanno bisogno di un sostegno urgente per....

A Madagascar, l'opération Kéré porte ses fruits

2022-02-19T12:17+0100clicanoo (fr)

Jean-Marc Collienne, le président de l'association Kéré et Christian Toulon, le vice-président, sont arrivés à Madagascar la veille du passage de Batsirai. Il y a un an et demi, avec leur asssociation, ils avaient récolté plus de 700 000 euros de dons à La Réunion pour aider la population du Sud de....

18 Febbraio 2022 Madagascar: in arrivo di Batsirai

2022-02-18T16:20+0100cinquecolonne (it)

Scritto da Gianfilippo Neri Con l'arrivo di Batsirai in Madagascar , i bambini si preparano alla seconda grande tempesta tropicale nel giro di due settimane. Le famiglie del Madagascar si stanno preparando per la seconda tempesta tropicale in due settimane, dopo la più grave siccità che il sud del Paese ha dovuto affrontare in 40 anni.

UN Child Rights Committee issues findings on Madagascar and Netherlands

2022-02-18T09:19+0100zawya-palestine (en)

Madagascar . The Committee expressed concern over the severe impacts on children’s rights of cyclones, hurricanes, droughts, floods and other natural disasters caused by climate change. The experts urged Madagascar to take into account the vulnerabilities and needs of children, and to adopt specific....

UN Child Rights Committee issues findings on Madagascar and Netherlands

2022-02-18T08:45+0100africanbusinessmagazine (en)

The UN Child Rights Committee (CRC) has issued its findings on Madagascar and the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the States parties that it reviewed during its latest session. The findings contain positive aspects of each country’s implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and its....

UN Child Rights Committee issues findings on Madagascar and Netherlands

2022-02-18T08:25+0100africa-newsroom (en)

GENEVA, Switzerland, February 18, 2022/APO Group/ -- The UN Child Rights Committee (CRC) has issued its findings on Madagascar and the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the States parties that it reviewed during its latest session. The findings contain positive aspects of each country's implementation of....

UN Child Rights Committee issues findings on Madagascar and Netherlands

2022-02-17T10:57+0100ohchr (en)

GENEVA (17 February 2022) — The UN Child Rights Committee (CRC) has issued its findings on Madagascar and the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the States parties that it reviewed during its latest session. The findings contain positive aspects of each country's implementation of the Convention on the....

UN Child Rights Committee issues findings on Madagascar and Netherlands

2022-02-17T10:07+0100nationaltribune (en)

The Committee expressed concern over the severe impacts on children’s rights of cyclones, hurricanes, droughts, floods and other natural disasters caused by climate change. The experts urged Madagascar to take into account the vulnerabilities and needs of children, and to adopt specific policies and....

UN Child Rights Committee issues findings on Madagascar and Netherlands

2022-02-17T10:02+0100miragenews (en)

The Committee expressed concern over the severe impacts on children’s rights of cyclones, hurricanes, droughts, floods and other natural disasters caused by climate change. The experts urged Madagascar to take into account the vulnerabilities and needs of children, and to adopt specific policies and....

Madagascar, Southern Africa Brace For More Tropical Storms

2022-02-15T18:05+0100claimsjournal (en)

MOMBASA, Kenya (AP) — Even as southern African nations assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, a new tropical storm is approaching as the Indian Ocean region is confronted by an intense cyclone season. Tropical Storm Dumako is projected to slam into the northeastern....

Dumako: Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical storms

2022-02-15T09:38+0100clubofmozambique (en)

Even as southern African nations assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, a new tropical storm is approaching as the Indian Ocean region is confronted by an intense cyclone season Tropical Storm Dumako is projected to slam into the northeastern coast of Madagascar Tuesday evening, according to the U.

Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical storms

2022-02-14T18:27+0100khaleejtimes (en)

Tropical Storm Dumako is projected to slam into the northeastern coast of Madagascar Tuesday evening Even as southern African nations assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, a new tropical storm is approaching as the Indian Ocean region is confronted by an intense cyclone season.

Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical storms

2022-02-14T15:42+0100taiwannews (en)

MOMBASA, Kenya (AP) — Even as southern African nations assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, a new tropical storm is approaching as the Indian Ocean region is confronted by an intense cyclone season. Tropical Storm Dumako is projected to slam into the northeastern....

Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical storms

2022-02-14T15:05+0100clickondetroit (en)

FILE People stand outside a ruined home in Mananjary, Madagascar Thursday, Feb. 10, 2022. Even as southern African nations assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, a new tropical storm is approaching as the Indian Ocean region is confronted by an intense cyclone season. (AP Photo/Viviene Rakotoarivony.

Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical storms

2022-02-14T14:58+0100news4jax (en)

FILE People stand outside a ruined home in Mananjary, Madagascar Thursday, Feb. 10, 2022. Even as southern African nations assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, a new tropical storm is approaching as the Indian Ocean region is confronted by an intense cyclone season. (AP Photo/Viviene Rakotoarivony.

Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical storms

2022-02-14T14:48+0100independent-UK (en)

Even as southern African nations assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, a new tropical storm is approaching as the Indian Ocean region is confronted by an intense cyclone season. Tropical Storm Dumako is projected to slam into the northeastern coast of Madagascar Tuesday evening, according to the U.

Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical storms

2022-02-14T14:42+0100whig (en)

About eight to 12 more cyclones may hit southern Africa and nearby islands in the Indian Ocean before the cyclone season ends in May, part of an increase in recent years of extreme tropical storms in the Southern Hemisphere, according to the U.N. Meteorological Organization.

Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical storms

2022-02-14T14:26+0100startribune (en)

Tropical Storm Dumako is projected to slam into the northeastern coast of Madagascar Tuesday evening, according to the U.N.'s regional meteorology center in Reunion. Dumako, the fourth storm this year, is forecast to make landfall near Madagascar's Antalaha town.

Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical storms

2022-02-14T14:12+0100wsoctv (en)

February 14, 2022 at 7:33 am EST By WANJOHI KABUKURU MOMBASA, Kenya (AP) — Even as southern African nations assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, a new tropical storm is approaching as the Indian Ocean region is confronted by an intense cyclone season.

Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical storms

2022-02-14T14:05+0100ABCnews (en)

MOMBASA, Kenya -- Even as southern African nations assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, a new tropical storm is approaching as the Indian Ocean region is confronted by an intense cyclone season. Tropical Storm Dumako is projected to slam into the northeastern coast of Madagascar Tuesday evening, according to the U.

Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical storms

2022-02-14T14:04+0100cbs17 (en)

MOMBASA, Kenya (AP) — Even as southern African nations assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, a new tropical storm is approaching as the Indian Ocean region is confronted by an intense cyclone season. Tropical Storm Dumako is projected to slam into the northeastern....

Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical storms

2022-02-14T14:04+0100actionnewsjax (en)

February 14, 2022 at 7:33 am EST By WANJOHI KABUKURU MOMBASA, Kenya (AP) — Even as southern African nations assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, a new tropical storm is approaching as the Indian Ocean region is confronted by an intense cyclone season.

Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical storms

2022-02-14T14:02+0100news-yahoo (en)

MOMBASA, Kenya (AP) — Even as southern African nations assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, a new tropical storm is approaching as the Indian Ocean region is confronted by an intense cyclone season. Tropical Storm Dumako is projected to slam into the northeastern....

Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical storms

2022-02-14T14:02+0100TorontoStar (en)

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2022-02-14T14:01+0100krqe (en)

MOMBASA, Kenya (AP) — Even as southern African nations assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, a new tropical storm is approaching as the Indian Ocean region is confronted by an intense cyclone season. Tropical Storm Dumako is projected to slam into the northeastern....

Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical storms

2022-02-14T13:52+0100sandiegouniontribune (en)

MOMBASA, Kenya — Even as southern African nations assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, a new tropical storm is approaching as the Indian Ocean region is confronted by an intense cyclone season. Tropical Storm Dumako is projected to slam into the northeastern coast of Madagascar Tuesday evening, according to the U.

Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical storms

2022-02-14T13:51+0100sfgate (en)

MOMBASA, Kenya (AP) — Even as southern African nations assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, a new tropical storm is approaching as the Indian Ocean region is confronted by an intense cyclone season. Tropical Storm Dumako is projected to slam into the northeastern....

Madagascar, southern Africa brace for more tropical …

2022-02-14T13:45+0100wowktv (en)

MOMBASA, Kenya (AP) — Even as southern African nations assess the devastation caused earlier this month by Cyclone Batsirai, a new tropical storm is approaching as the Indian Ocean region is confronted by an intense cyclone season. Tropical Storm Dumako is projected to slam into the northeastern....

120 dead in Madagascar cyclone

2022-02-11T23:28+0100almayadeen-en (en)

Madagascar 's death toll from Tropical Cyclone Batsirai rose to 120 Friday, with most fatalities reported from a single district. Tropical Cyclone Batsirai. The national disaster management agency BNGRC said the majority had died in Ikongo District, near the east coast of the Indian Ocean island, where houses were leveled.

Madagascar, sempre più pesante il bilancio provvisorio del ciclone Batsirai: almeno 92 morti

2022-02-11T15:07+0100greenreport (it)

Secondo l’United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), 92 persone hanno perso la vita a causa del ciclone Batsirai che ha colpito il Madagascar e quasi 61.500 persone sono ancora sfollate». E si tratta solo dei dati ufficiali e provvisori forniti dal Bureau national de....

Madagascar: ciclone Batsirai, bilancio delle vittime sale a 111

2022-02-11T13:12+0100agenzianova (it)

Antananarivo, 11 feb 12:38 - (Agenzia Nova) - È salito ad almeno 111 morti il bilancio del ciclone Batsirai che si è abbattuto sul Madagascar la scorsa settimana. Lo rende noto l'Agenzia statale di soccorso in caso di calamità, secondo cui molte case sono state rase al suolo dai forti venti e....

Ue assicura sostegno nella lotta al terrorismo

2022-02-11T07:32+0100infoafrica (it)

SUDAFRICA – Il presidente Cyril Ramaphosa ha avviato la fine del monopolio di Eskom nella vendita di elettricità, con la pubblicazione in Gazzetta degli emendamenti alla legge sull’elettricità che consentono il commercio e la rivendita di energia tra operatori privati.

Bambini del Madagascar vittime degli eventi meteorologici estremi

2022-02-11T01:15+0100ilgiornaledellambiente (it)

A CAUSA DEI CAMBIAMENTI CLIMATICI, IL MADAGASCAR È STATO COLPITO IN DUE SETTIMANE DALLA TEMPESTA TROPICALE ANA E DAL CICLONE BATSIRAI. QUASI 40MILA BAMBINI HANNO BISOGNO DI ASSISTENZA UMANITARIA. Lo scorso fine settimana il ciclone Batsirai si è riversato sul Madagascar .

Msf, al via stagione cicloni in contesto di crisi

2022-02-10T23:59+0100infoafrica (it)

SUDAFRICA – Il presidente Cyril Ramaphosa ha avviato la fine del monopolio di Eskom nella vendita di elettricità, con la pubblicazione in Gazzetta degli emendamenti alla legge sull’elettricità che consentono il commercio e la rivendita di energia tra operatori privati.

Madagascar, emergenza umanitaria dopo il ciclone Batsirai

2022-02-10T17:10+0100interris (it)

Emergenza umanitaria in Madagascar in seguito ai danni provocati dal ciclone Batsirai che sabato scorso ha colpito il sud-est e il centro della repubblica insulare che si trova nell’Oceano indiano. Decine di migliaia di persone sarebbero sfollate e tra le 92 vittime – a ieri – ci sarebbero 13....

Unicef: 75.000 persone hanno bisogno di assistenza in Madagascar dopo il ciclone Batsirai

2022-02-10T14:13+0100aise (it)

GINEVRA\ aise\ - L' Unicef e i partner in Madagascar stanno lavorando con urgenza per sostenere un numero stimato di 75.000 persone - tra cui circa 37.500 bambini - che hanno bisogno di assistenza umanitaria a seguito dell'impatto devastante del ciclone Batsirai che sabato scorso ha colpito il sud-est e il centro della nazione.

Madagascar: Unicef, emergenza umanitaria per il ciclone Batsirai

2022-02-10T12:59+0100agensir (it)

Unicef e partner in Madagascar al lavoro per sostenere un numero stimato di 75.000 persone – tra cui circa 37.500 bambini – che hanno bisogno di assistenza umanitaria a seguito dell’impatto devastante del ciclone Batsirai che sabato scorso ha colpito il sud-est e il centro della nazione.

Il ciclone Batsirai ha ucciso 80 persone in Madagascar

2022-02-10T12:36+0100ilgiornaledellaprotezionecivile (it)

L’isola era stata colpita solo due settimane prima dal ciclone Ana che aveva fatto 55 vittime e oltre alle forti piogge si aggiunge una carestia nel sud del paese Sale ad 80 morti il bilancio delle vittime del ciclone Batsiray in Madagascar , lo ha annunciato oggi, mercoledì 9 febbraio, l’agenzia....

Madagascar: emergenza umanitaria dopo il passaggio del ciclone Batsirai

2022-02-10T10:26+0100corrierenazionale (it)

L’UNICEF e i partner in Madagascar stanno lavorando con urgenza per sostenere un numero stimato di 75.000 persone – tra cui circa 37.500 bambini – che hanno bisogno di assistenza umanitaria a seguito dell’impatto devastante del ciclone Batsirai che sabato scorso ha colpito il sud-est e il centro della nazione.

Madagascar: Unicef, 37.500 bambini colpiti dal ciclone Batsirai hanno bisogno di assistenza umanitaria (2)

2022-02-10T09:56+0100agenzianova (it)

Roma, 10 feb 09:21 - (Agenzia Nova) - Tra i bisogni più urgenti ci sono acqua sicura e servizi igienici adeguati per evitare l'insorgere di malattie trasmesse dall'acqua, e la fornitura di medicinali, cibo, utensili per cucinare e altri articoli domestici di base per la sopravvivenza.

Madagascar: ciclone Batsirai, bilancio delle vittime sale a 80 morti

2022-02-09T16:28+0100agenzianova (it)

Antananarivo, 09 feb 16:20 - (Agenzia Nova) - È salito ad almeno 80 morti il bilancio delle vittime del ciclone Batsirai in Madagascar . Lo rende noto l'Agenzia statale di soccorso in caso di calamità, secondo cui 60 delle 80 vittime sin qui accertate sono state registrate nella stessa area, il....

Le foto Il ciclone Batsirai colpisce il Madagascar

2022-02-09T12:29+0100avvenire (it)

Morte, devastazioni e migliaia di persone sfollate: è il drammatico bilancio del passaggio in Madagascar del ciclone tropicale Batsirai. - Reuters. Dopo aver provocato almeno 20 vittime, costretto 55.000 persone ad abbandonare le proprie case e devastato l’agricoltura, già fortemente colpita dalla....

Madagascar: il ciclone Batsirai ha fatto almeno 21 morti e danni devastanti

2022-02-09T10:40+0100greenreport (it)

Il Madagascar , uno dei Paesi più poveri e meno industrializzati del mondo, si conferma nuovamente come una delle principali vittime di un cambiamento climatico del quale non ha nessuna colpa. Infatti, secondo i dati del governo e gli ultimi aggiornamenti dell’United Nations Office for the....

Il costo della siccità, conseguenza del clima anomalo

2022-02-08T17:55+0100rinnovabili (it)

Con l’emergenza climatica la siccità non è più una crisi saltuaria ma un problema cronico in tutto il mondo. Molti Paesi già in situazioni di stress idrico, altri sono solo all’inizio di una ripida salita. Il conto più salato della siccità lo paga l’agricoltura e questo mette a rischio sia la....

Ciclone Batsirai, violento impatto sul Madagascar: vittime e città isolate

2022-02-08T11:09+0100iconaclima (it)

Il ciclone Batsirai si è abbattuto sabato sulla costa orientale del Madagascar , dove il bilancio delle vittime è salito a 20 persone mentre sono oltre 55mila gli sfollati. Si stima che oltre 150mila persone potrebbero essere sfollate a causa di ulteriori smottamenti e dell’innalzamento del livello di fiumi e canali .

UN Warns of Humanitarian Crisis As Cyclone Batsirai Kills 20 in Madagascar

2022-02-08T10:18+0100allafrica (en)

Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar on Monday morning, leaving 20 dead, displacing 55,000 and devastating the drought-hit island's agricultural heartland. Just two weeks after another tropical storm claimed 55 lives, the UN fears a worsening humanitarian crisis.

Humanitarian crisis feared as cyclone kills 21 in Madagascar

2022-02-08T06:16+0100terradaily (en)

Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar on Monday after killing 21 people, displacing 70,000 and devastating the drought-hit island's agricultural heartland, leading the UN to warn of a worsening humanitarian crisis. Madagascar was already reeling from a tropical storm which killed 55 people late....

Humanitarian crisis feared as cyclone kills 21 in Madagascar

2022-02-08T03:19+0100citizen (en)

A man walks along the partially collapsed RN25 road in Ranomafana on February 7, 2022 following the passage of cyclone Batsirai. - Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar on Monday after killing 20 people, displacing 55,000 and devastating the drought-hit island's agricultural heartland, leading the UN to warn of a worsening humanitarian crisis.

Humanitarian crisis feared as cyclone kills 20 in Madagascar

2022-02-08T02:58+0100dailytimesPK (en)

Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar on Monday after killing 20 people, displacing 55,000 and devastating the drought-hit island’s agricultural heartland, leading the UN to warn of a worsening humanitarian crisis. Madagascar was already reeling from a tropical storm which killed 55 people weeks....

In Madagascar, the toll of Cyclone Batsirai rises to at least twenty dead

2022-02-08T00:06+0100archyde (en)

Tropical cyclone Batsirai hit Madagascar overnight from Saturday to Sunday. ALKIS KONSTANTINIDIS / REUTERS. Tropical cyclone Batsirai left Madagascar on Monday, February 7, leaving in its wake tens of thousands of victims, twenty dead and the “rice granary” in the center of the country ravaged,....

Humanitarian crisis feared as cyclone kills 21 in Madagascar

2022-02-07T23:42+0100urdupoint (en)

Antananarivo, Feb 7 (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 8th Feb, 2022 ) :Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar on Monday after killing 21 people, displacing 70,000 and devastating the drought-hit island's agricultural heartland, leading the UN to warn of a worsening humanitarian crisis.

Aid agencies fear humanitarian crisis in Madagascar after deadly cyclone

2022-02-07T23:02+0100france24-en (en)

Commuters and local residents walk along the flooded RN25 road near Ranomafana, Madagascar on February 7, 2022 following the passage of Cyclone Batsirai. © Rijasolo, AFP. Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar on Monday after killing 21 people, displacing 70,000 and devastating the drought-hit....

Aid agencies fear humanitarian crisis in Madagascar after deadly cyclone

2022-02-07T22:46+0100newsnow-co-uk (en)

Commuters and local residents walk along the flooded RN25 road near Ranomafana, Madagascar on February 7, 2022 following the passage of Cyclone Batsirai. © Rijasolo, AFP. Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar on Monday after killing 21 people, displacing 70,000 and devastating the drought-hit....

Cyclone Batsirai: At least 20 killed in Madagascar tropical storm

2022-02-07T22:45+0100aljazeera-en (en)

At least 20 people have been killed and more than 55,000 others were displaced after Cyclone Batsirai slammed into Madagascar ’s eastern coast, officials have said. The tropical storm weakened quickly as it moved southwest across the island, missing the capital Antananarivo and posing little risk to....

UN warns of humanitarian crisis as cyclone kills 21 people in Madagascar

2022-02-07T22:17+0100thejournal (en)

THE UNITED NATIONS is warning of a worsening humanitarian crisis in Madagascar after a cyclone killed 21 people. Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar today after killing 21 people, displacing 70,000 and devastating the drought-hit island’s agricultural heartland.

Humanitarian Crisis In Madagascar As Cyclone Kills 20, Displaces 55,000

2022-02-07T18:23+0100ndtvnews (en)

Antananarivo, Madagascar : Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar on Monday after killing 20 people, displacing 55,000 and devastating the drought-hit island's agricultural heartland, leading the UN to warn of a worsening humanitarian crisis. Madagascar was already reeling from a tropical storm....

Humanitarian crisis in Madagascar as cyclone 20 kills, 55,000 displaced

2022-02-07T18:01+0100naveenbharat (en)

Antananarivo, Madagascar : Cyclone Batsirai fell from Madagascar on Monday after killing 20 people, displacing 55,000 and destroying the agricultural heartland of the island hit by drought, warning the UN of a worsening humanitarian crisis. Madagascar was already pleased with a tropical storm that....

Humanitarian crisis feared as cyclone kills 20 in Madagascar

2022-02-07T17:24+0100newagebd (en)

Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar on Monday after killing 20 people, displacing 55,000 and devastating the drought-hit island’s agricultural heartland, leading the UN to warn of a worsening humanitarian crisis. Madagascar was already reeling from a tropical storm which killed 55 people weeks....

Humanitarian crisis feared in Madagascar following Cyclone Batsirai

2022-02-07T15:48+0100africa-cgtn (en)

A man carries a sandbag to secure his tin roof Friday February 4, 2022 in Toamasina as he prepares for Tropical Cyclone Batsirai to make landfall in central Madagascar . (AP Photo) Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar on Monday, leaving behind 20 people dead, 55,000 others homeless.

Humanitarian crisis feared as cyclone kills 20 in Madagascar

2022-02-07T15:36+0100geo-tv (en)

Cyclone Batsirai kills 20 people and displaces 55,000. United Nations is warned of worsening humanitarian crisis. Batsirai has left Madagascar Monday morning at 7 am (0400 GMT) heading out into Mozambique Channel. ANTANANARIVO: Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar on Monday after killing 20....

UN warns of humanitarian crisis as Cyclone Batsirai kills 20 in Madagascar

2022-02-07T15:29+0100rfi-en (en)

Cyclone Batsirai swept inland late on Saturday, pounding the eastern coastline with heavy rain and wind speeds of 165 kilometres per hour. office of disaster and risk management said that Batsirai had left 20 people dead and forced 55,000 from their homes.

Madagascar, bilancio Batsirai sale a 20 morti

2022-02-07T15:15+0100ticinonews (it)

Il ciclone tropicale Batsirai ha lasciato il Madagascar dopo aver ucciso 20 persone, provocato lo sfollamento di 55’000 e devastato l’agricoltura dell’isola, già colpita dalla siccità: lo ha affermato l’Unicef, aggiungendo che molte vittime sono probabilmente bambini, componenti per oltre il 50% della popolazione malgascia.

Humanitarian Crisis Feared as Cyclone Kills 20 in Madagascar

2022-02-07T15:04+0100naharnet-ar (en)

Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar on Monday after killing 20 people, displacing 55,000 and devastating the drought-hit island's agricultural heartland, leading the U.N. to warn of a worsening humanitarian crisis. Madagascar was already reeling from a tropical storm which killed 55 people....

MADAGASCAR 27 min Batsirai ha lasciato 20 morti dietro di sé Cinque componenti del Corpo svizzero di aiuto umanitario sono giunti sul posto

2022-02-07T14:44+0100tio (it)

ANTANANARIVO - Il ciclone tropicale Batsirai ha lasciato il Madagascar dopo aver ucciso 20 persone, costretto altre 55mila a lasciare la propria abitazione e devastato l'agricoltura dell'isola, già colpita dalla siccità: lo ha affermato l'Unicef, aggiungendo che molte vittime sono probabilmente....

Batsirai lascia dietro di sé morti e distruzione

2022-02-07T14:32+0100laregione (it)

H lasciato dietro di sé almeno venti morti il ciclone tropicale Batsirai che ha investito il Madagascar provocando lo sfollamento di 55’000 e devastato l’agricoltura dell’isola, già colpita dalla siccità. Sono le statistiche fornite dall’Unicef, aggiungendo che molte vittime sono probabilmente....

Madagascar, bilancio ciclone Batsirai salito a 20 morti

2022-02-07T14:27+0100globodiroma (it)

Il ciclone tropicale Batsirai ha lasciato il Madagascar dopo aver ucciso 20 persone, provocato lo sfollamento di 55mila e devastato l'agricoltura dell'isola, già colpita dalla siccità: lo ha affermato l'Unicef, aggiungendo che molte vittime sono probabilmente bambini, componenti per oltre il 50 per cento della popolazione malgascia.

Madagascar, bilancio ciclone Batsirai salito a 20 morti

2022-02-07T14:05+0100ansa (it)

(ANSA) - ANTANANARIVO, 07 FEB - Il ciclone tropicale Batsirai ha lasciato il Madagascar dopo aver ucciso 20 persone, provocato lo sfollamento di 55mila e devastato l'agricoltura dell'isola, già colpita dalla siccità: lo ha affermato l'Unicef, aggiungendo che molte vittime sono probabilmente bambini,....

Humanitarian Crisis Feared As Cyclone Kills 20 In Madagascar

2022-02-07T14:04+0100channelstv (en)

People have been evacuated from their homes and accommodated in a shelter ahead of the arrival of Cyclone Batsirai, which is expected to hit the east coast of Madagascar in the coming hours in Vatomandry on 5 February 2022. (Photo by LAURE VERNEAU / AFP) Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar on....

Cyclone Batsirai kills 10, displaces nearly 48,000

2022-02-07T14:02+0100manilastandard-ph (en)

Mahanoro, Madagascar —Cyclone Batsirai killed at least 10 people and displaced nearly 48,000 when it struck Madagascar overnight, the national disaster management agency said on Sunday. The cyclone later weakened but not before wreaking havoc in the poor Indian Ocean island nation, which is still....

Humanitarian crisis feared as cyclone kills 20 in Madagascar

2022-02-07T13:49+0100capitalfm (en)

Antananarivo (AFP), Feb 7 – Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar on Monday after killing 20 people, displacing 55,000 and devastating the drought-hit island’s agricultural heartland, leading the UN to warn of a worsening humanitarian crisis. Madagascar was already reeling from a tropical storm....

Humanitarian Crisis Feared As Cyclone Kills 20 In Madagascar

2022-02-07T13:32+0100barrons (en)

Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar on Monday after killing 20 people, displacing 55,000 and devastating the drought-hit island's agricultural heartland, leading the UN to warn of a worsening humanitarian crisis. Madagascar was already reeling from a tropical storm which killed 55 people weeks....

Humanitarian crisis feared as cyclone kills 20 in Madagascar

2022-02-07T13:30+0100digitaljournal (en)

Cyclone Batsirai swept out of Madagascar on Monday after killing 20 people, displacing 55,000 and devastating the drought-hit island’s agricultural heartland, leading the UN to warn of a worsening humanitarian crisis. Madagascar was already reeling from a tropical storm which killed 55 people weeks....

Cyclone Batsirai kills 10, displaces nearly 48,000 in Madagascar

2022-02-07T11:22+0100terradaily (en)

Cyclone Batsirai killed at least 10 people and displaced nearly 48,000 when it struck Madagascar overnight, the national disaster management agency said on Sunday. The cyclone later weakened but not before wreaking havoc in the poor Indian Ocean island nation which is still reeling from a deadly tropical storm earlier this year.

Cyclone Batsirai Rips Open Graves, Destroyed An Entire City In Madagascar; Killed 10

2022-02-07T06:09+0100news18 (en)

Cyclone Batsirai killed at least 10 people and displaced nearly 48,000 when it struck Madagascar overnight, the national disaster management agency said on Sunday. The cyclone later weakened but not before wreaking havoc in the poor Indian Ocean island nation which is still reeling from a deadly tropical storm earlier this year.

Cyclone kills 10, displaces tens of thousands in Madagascar

2022-02-07T05:26+0100dailytimesPK (en)

Cyclone Batsirai killed at least six people and displaced nearly 48,000 when it struck Madagascar overnight, the national disaster management agency said on Sunday. Cyclone Batsirai weakened overnight but not before wreaking havoc in the poor Indian Ocean island nation which is still reeling from a deadly tropical storm earlier this year.

"City 95% Destroyed": 10 Killed, 48,000 Displaced In Madagascar Cyclone

2022-02-07T04:52+0100ndtvnews (en)

Mahanoro, Madagascar : Cyclone Batsirai killed at least 10 people and displaced nearly 48,000 when it struck Madagascar overnight, the national disaster management agency said on Sunday. The cyclone later weakened but not before wreaking havoc in the poor Indian Ocean island nation which is still....

Cyclone Batsirai kills 10, displaces nearly 48,000 in Madagascar

2022-02-07T00:29+0100mb-com-ph (en)

The cyclone later weakened but not before wreaking havoc in the poor Indian Ocean island nation which is still reeling from a deadly tropical storm earlier this year. Parts of the country were lashed with heavy rains and wind before the cyclone made landfall in Mananjary.

Cyclone Batsirai kills 10, displaces nearly 48,000 in Madagascar

2022-02-07T00:27+0100channelnewsasia (en)

MAHANORO: Cyclone Batsirai killed at least 10 people and displaced nearly 48,000 when it struck Madagascar overnight, the national disaster management agency said on Sunday (Feb 6). The cyclone later weakened but not before wreaking havoc in the poor Indian Ocean island nation which is still reeling from a deadly tropical storm earlier this year.

Cyclone Batsirai kills 10, displaces 48,000 in Madagascar

2022-02-06T22:11+0100dailysabah (en)

Cyclone Batsirai killed at least 10 people and displaced nearly 48,000 when it struck Madagascar overnight , the national disaster management agency said Sunday. The cyclone later weakened but not before wreaking havoc in the poor Indian Ocean island nation which is still reeling from a deadly tropical storm earlier this year.

Cyclone Batsirai kills 10, displaces tens of thousands in Madagascar

2022-02-06T21:25+0100channelnewsasia (en)

MAHANORO: Cyclone Batsirai killed at least ten people and displaced nearly 48,000 when it struck Madagascar overnight, the national disaster management agency said on Sunday (Feb 6). Cyclone Batsirai later weakened but not before wreaking havoc in the poor Indian Ocean island nation which is still....

Meteo - Imminente landfall del ciclone Batsirai in Madagascar, segui la diretta video Batsirai attraverserà il Madagascar in direzione SO entro la giornata di domenica e poi si dirigerà verso sud in pieno oceano senza interessare il continente africano Oltretutto Batsirai troverà un terreno già....

2022-02-06T07:35+0100informazione (it)

Batsirai attraverserà il Madagascar in direzione SO entro la giornata di domenica e poi si dirigerà verso sud in pieno oceano senza interessare il continente africano. Oltretutto Batsirai troverà un terreno già colpito dalla precedente tempesta Ana responsabile di decine di vittime e danni incalcolabili.

Madagascar: dopo Ana arriva Batsirai. Save the Children, “Paesi a reddito più alto sostengano quelli che pagano effetti dell’emergenza climatica su bambini e famiglie”

2022-02-04T20:14+0100agensir (it)

“Le famiglie del Madagascar si stanno preparando per la seconda tempesta tropicale in due settimane, dopo la più grave siccità che il sud del Paese ha dovuto affrontare in 40 anni”. Lo afferma Save the Children in una nota nella quale ricorda che “meno di tre mesi dopo la Conferenza delle Nazioni....

Madagascar: Save the Children, con l’arrivo di Batsirai, i bambini si...

2022-02-04T19:24+0100politicamentecorretto (it)

Madagascar : Save the Children, con l’arrivo di Batsirai, i bambini si preparano alla seconda grande tempesta tropicale nel giro di due settimane. La prima ha costretto 72.000 persone a lasciare le loro case e 9.271 studenti a interrompere la scuola. Nel frattempo, il sud del Madagascar continua a....

Cronaca meteo. Ciclone Batsirai, sabato landfall sul Madagascar

2022-02-04T18:14+01003bmeteo (it)

Ciclone Batsirai. Continuiamo a seguire il ciclone Batsirai sviluppatosi sull'Oceano Indiano e che ha completato la riorganizzazione del suo occhio dopo aver interessato Mauritius e La Reunion. Su La Reunion Batsirai ha portato picchi di oltre 1000mm di pioggia a ridosso del vulcano.

Ciclone Batsirai: vite, mezzi di sostentamento e raccolti a rischio in Madagascar

2022-02-04T11:58+0100esgdata (it)

Vite, mezzi di sostentamento e raccolti a rischio a causa del ciclone tropicale Batsirai che sta per colpire il Madagascar , già provato dall’impatto della tempesta Ana che ha colpito alla fine di gennaio, ha recentemente avvertito il Programma alimentare mondiale delle Nazioni Unite. Il ciclone dovrebbe anche portare forti piogge in Mozambico.

IN PHOTOS: Tropical storm Ana kills at least 70 in Africa, disrupts lives of thousands

2022-01-28T13:46+0100downtoearth (en)

Tropical storm Ana swept through four countries in eastern and southern Africa, bringing strong winds, torrential rainfall and floods. It has claimed over 70 lives, according to news agency Agence France-Presse and left behind a trail of destruction. Photo: Chikwawa district, Malawi by UNICEF.

UN assisting thousands affected by Tropical Storm Ana in Mozambique

2022-01-28T11:01+0100saudigazette (en)

NEW YORK — UN teams are on the ground in Mozambique assisting thousands of people affected by Tropical Storm Ana, which made landfall in central and northern regions of the country earlier this week. More than 45,000 people, including 23,000 women and children, are likely to need humanitarian aid, UN children’s agency, UNICEF, said on Thursday.

UN Assisting Thousands Affected By Tropical Storm Ana in Mozambique

2022-01-28T08:08+0100allafrica (en)

UN teams are on the ground in Mozambique assisting thousands of people affected by Tropical Storm Ana, which made landfall in central and northern regions of the country earlier this week. More than 45,000 people, including 23,000 women and children, are likely to need humanitarian aid, UN children's agency, UNICEF, said on Thursday.

Il Mozambico di nuovo colpito da una tempesta tropicale: danni enormi e migliaia di bambini e donne a rischio

2022-01-28T07:48+0100greenreport (it)

Team dell’Onu sono sul terreno in Mozambico per assistere migliaia di persone colpite dalla tempesta tropicale Ana, che ha colpito le regioni centrali e settentrionali del Paese all’inizio di questa settimana Ana ha attraversato diversi Paesi dell’Africa orientale e meridionale, colpendo non solo il....

UN assisting thousands affected by Tropical Storm Ana in Mozambique

2022-01-27T20:45+0100maravipost (en)

, said on Thursday. UNICEF is deploying staff and preparing medical and nutrition supplies, water, sanitation and hygiene kits, as well as setting up temporary learning spaces to support children and their families. The agency estimates it will need $3.5 million to respond to the immediate needs.

UN assisting thousands affected by Tropical Storm Ana in Mozambique

2022-01-27T20:23+0100globalissues (en)

‘Blunt reminder’ of climate reality Maria Luisa Fornara, UNICEF Representative in Mozambique, said they are working alongside the government and partners to ensure children and their families receive life-saving assistance. “This latest storm to hit Mozambique is a blunt reminder that the climate....

UN assisting thousands affected by Tropical Storm Ana in Mozambique

2022-01-27T19:32+0100clubofmozambique (en)

More than 45,000 people, including 23,000 women and children, are likely to need humanitarian aid, UN children’s agency, UNICEF, said on Thursday. UNICEF is deploying staff and preparing medical and nutrition supplies, water, sanitation and hygiene kits, as well as setting up temporary learning spaces to support children and their families.

UN assisting thousands affected by Tropical Storm Ana in Mozambique

2022-01-27T19:19+0100un-news (en)

‘Blunt reminder’ of climate reality Maria Luisa Fornara, UNICEF Representative in Mozambique, said they are working alongside the government and partners to ensure children and their families receive life-saving assistance. “This latest storm to hit Mozambique is a blunt reminder that the climate....

UN assisting thousands affected by Tropical Storm Ana in Mozambique

2022-01-27T19:11+0100foreignpolicywatchdog (en)

UN assisting thousands affected by Tropical Storm Ana in Mozambique. More than 45,000 people, including 23,000 women and children, are likely to need humanitarian aid, UN children’s agency, , said on Thursday. UNICEF is deploying staff and preparing medical and nutrition supplies, water, sanitation....

UN assisting thousands affected by Tropical Storm Ana in...

2022-01-27T18:45+0100TheFrontierPost-en (en)

F.P. Report. MOZAMBIQUE: UN teams are on the ground in Mozambique assisting thousands of people affected by Tropical Storm Ana, which made landfall in central and northern regions of the country earlier this week. More than 45,000 people, including 23,000 women and children, are likely to need....

UN assisting thousands affected by Tropical Storm Ana in Mozambique

2022-01-27T18:33+0100miragenews (en)

“This latest storm to hit Mozambique is a blunt reminder that the climate crisis is very much a reality and children are most impacted by climate-related severe weather events,” she Tropical Storm Ana has passed over several countries in eastern and southern Africa, affecting Mozambique but also Madagascar , Malawi and Zimbabwe.

UN assisting thousands affected by Tropical Storm Ana in Mozambique

2022-01-27T18:18+0100un-org (en)

‘Blunt reminder’ of climate reality Maria Luisa Fornara, UNICEF Representative in Mozambique, said they are working alongside the government and partners to ensure children and their families receive life-saving assistance. “This latest storm to hit Mozambique is a blunt reminder that the climate....

Gestire l’inevitabile, evitare l’ingestibile

2022-01-27T16:42+0100earthday (it)

Il 15 gennaio il vulcano sottomarino Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai , nell’arcipelago di Tonga ha eruttato in maniera esplosiva, causando tre vittime e una situazione d’emergenza nel paese. Il boato è stato udito dalla Nuova Zelanda all’Alaska. L’onda d’urto della massa d’aria è arrivata fino ai cieli....

The African nation has one of the lowest carbon footprints on Earth yet climate change is likely to bring more cyclones, flooding and droughts to the island

2022-01-26T11:56+0100buzz (en)

Impact of Storm Ana. Over the last week, intense rainfall in the African island nation of Madagascar has sparked multiple crises across the country’s central Analamanga region. The heavy rains triggered flooding and landslides in the capital Antananarivo. While 34 people have died, 65,000 others have been made homeless since the end of last week.

Resistance, il calendario: la crisi climatica in Africa fotografata da Peter Caton

2022-01-26T10:17+0100wisesociety (it)

Resistance , resistenza. Una parola che sintetizza gli sforzi sovrumani che il popolo africano fa ogni giorno per contrastare la profonda povertà aggravata dai danni del . Una parola che si trova sul Calendario Amani 2022 , la ong con sede a Milano che dal 1995 istituisce e sostiene case di....

Madagascar: almeno 10 morti e piu' di 500 sfollati a causa delle inondazioni

2022-01-20T12:56+0100agenzianova (it)

Antananarivo, 20 gen 12:41 - (Agenzia Nova) - Almeno 10 persone sono morte, altre due sono rimaste ferite e più di 500 risultano sfollate in Madagascar a seguito delle forti piogge cadute nella capitale Antananarivo. Secondo quanto riferito in una nota dall'Ufficio nazionale per la gestione del....

10 killed by floods in Madagascar capital

2022-01-18T18:43+0100almayadeen-en (en)

Ten were killed by floods in Madagascar 's capital. An Interior Ministry official said Tuesday that at least 10 people perished in flash floods caused by torrential rain that pounded Madagascar's capital Antananarivo overnight. The victims were killed after "the floods caused landslides and houses....

Thank you for your generous support of the Guardian and Observer Charity Appeal.

2022-01-15T08:53+0100printveela (en)

I am This year, with the Guardian and Observer Charity Appeal, we have supported the communities and individuals most affected by the climate emergency, people who have seen their lives turned upside down and their livelihoods lost due to extreme weather.

Climate Spotlight African Voices Must Lead the Global Climate Conversation Author: Vanessa NakateVanessa Nakate

2021-12-29T13:03+0100wired (en)

Next fall, an African country, most likely Egypt, will host COP27—the 27th UN Climate Change conference. This will come on the heels of two more Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports, due to be released next year, that will outline the worsening impacts of climate change , the....

Drought: What must happen next

2021-12-03T13:55+0100theCitizen (en)

Every few years, it is devastating to watch the same tragedy: a weather cycle that brings debilitating drought and hunger to East Africa, threatening the lives and livelihoods of millions of people in Ethiopia, Somalia, and Kenya. The weather cycle responsible for these episodes is a climate-change-enhanced “La Niña”.

Creato: No, il Madagascar non soffre per il cambiamento climatico - Anna Bono

2021-12-03T00:54+0100247libero (it)

Lo scorso agosto le Nazioni Unite avevano dichiarato che nel sud del Madagascar , la grande isola africana, stava per iniziare la prima “carestia da cambiamento climatico” del mondo. Dopo quattro anni senza pioggia, la siccità la peggiore in 40 anni le famiglie del sud del Paese ormai si adattavano a....

How climate change is raising the price of your pumpkin pie

2021-11-26T00:24+0100businesstelegraph (en)

As Americans sit down at their Thanksgiving tables, many of the items in front of them will be more expensive than they were last year. Pies in particular. And climate change is a contributing factor. Inflation is hitting every sector of the economy, and food products are not immune.

How climate change is raising the price of your pumpkin pie

2021-11-24T18:16+0100cnbc (en)

As Americans sit down at their Thanksgiving tables, many of the items in front of them will be more expensive than they were last year. Pies in particular. And climate change is a contributing factor. Inflation is hitting every sector of the economy, and food products are not immune.

“Non ci si può adattare all’estinzione”. Il discorso in italiano di Vanessa Nakate allo Youth4Climate

2021-11-15T15:05+0100tantenews (it)

Greta Thunberg conforta Vanessa Nakate dopo l’intervento di quest’ultima sul palco dello Youth4Climate © Miguel Medina/Afp via Getty Images L’intervento completo di Vanessa Nakate allo Youth4Climate. “Molti dei miei amici mi hanno chiesto come mi sento. Ad essere onesta, sono molto nervosa e soprattutto emozionata.

Famine-hit Madagascar Calls For Climate Empathy at COP26

2021-11-09T18:49+0100almayadeen-en (en)

Underweight and malnourished children wait for treatment at a nutrition center in Ambovombe district in June 2021 ( WFP. "The world's first climate change-induced famine," a sentence that should sound all alarms around the globe, as it is solid proof of the gravity of climate change, which could see....

Famine-stricken Madagascar calls for 'climate empathy' at COP26

2021-11-09T18:08+0100enca (en)

ANTANANARIVO - As the world's first climate change-driven famine ravages her tropical island homeland, Madagascar 's environment minister is in Scotland to warn that other countries could find themselves suffering a similar fate. A multi-year drought has desiccated farmland across the southern part....

Editorial Panel Contribution Companies must reduce water use and pollution There are clear social and biodiversity benefits in a society having ready access to clean water 9 November 2021 Read more

2021-11-09T08:54+0100esgclarity (en)

One of the inevitable consequences of climate change is the rising incidence of major natural disasters , which in turn puts pressure on resources vital not only to many industries, but to life itself. From an investment perspective, companies that are able to reduce their reliance on potentially....

COP26: 27 dei 35 Paesi colpiti dalla crisi climatica soffrono di fame acuta

2021-11-04T16:55+0100alternativasostenibile (it)

“Va ricordato, senza mezzi termini, che la crisi climatica preluda, oggi, a una sempre più evidente impossibilità da parte delle popolazioni più vulnerabili di avere accesso al cibo" dichiara Garroni. "È giunto davvero il momento di impegnarsi, concretamente, per adottare misure anticicliche e per....

Climate change's threat to agriculture sparks new U.S. deal with Europe

2021-11-03T18:40+0100news-yahoo (en)

GLASGOW, Scotland — A major focus at this year's U.N. Climate Change Conference (COP26) has been the impact that global warming will have on agriculture and food production in the coming decades. In his address on Monday, President Biden warned that climate change was already fueling "crop failures"....

COP26, 27 dei 35 Paesi colpiti dalla crisi climatica soffrono di fame acuta

2021-11-03T16:03+0100insalutenews (it)

Milano, 3 novembre 2021 – “Dei 35 Paesi più minacciati dal cambiamento climatico, ben 27 soffrono di insicurezza alimentare estrema”. Lo ha dichiarato il direttore generale di Azione contro la Fame, Simone Garroni, in occasione del 26° vertice dell’ONU sul clima (Cop26) in corso, in questi giorni, a Glasgow.

COP26, fame acuta in 27 dei 35 Paesi più colpiti dalla crisi climatica (VIDEO)

2021-11-03T15:25+0100greenreport (it)

Azione contro la Fame: Sud del mondo vittima senza colpe, dare nuovo impulso agli Accordi di Parigi. [3 Novembre 2021] Mentre a Glasgow è in corso la 26esima Conferenza delle parti Onu sul clima (COP26 Unfccc) il direttore generale di Azione contro la Fame, Simone Garroni fa notare che «Dei 35....

Cop26… 27 paesi soffrono di fame acuta

2021-11-03T15:13+0100vglobale-it (it)

Le conseguenze della crisi climatica in 35 nazioni. «Nuovo impulso agli accordi di Parigi, Sud del mondo vittima senza colpo ferire». I dati del rapporto di Azione contro la Fame, il manifesto-appello alla comunità internazionale, un filmato per sensibilizzare l’opinione pubblica: l’eco dei disastri naturali premessa dell’insicurezza alimentare.

Mondo COP26, Azione contro la fame: “Ben 27 dei 35 Paesi colpiti dalla crisi climatica soffrono di fame acuta”

2021-11-03T13:37+0100redattoresociale (it)

MILANO – “Dei 35 Paesi più minacciati dal cambiamento climatico, ben 27 soffrono di insicurezza alimentare estrema”. Lo ha dichiarato il direttore generale di Azione contro la Fame, Simone Garroni , in occasione del 26° vertice dell'Onu sul clima (Cop26) in corso, in questi giorni, a Glasgow.

Il cambiamento climatico spiegato con tre foto satellitari

2021-11-03T10:54+0100ilgiorno (it)

Il cambiamento climatico, a saperlo guardare, si manifesta continuamente . Siccità, cicloni, incendi, esondazioni, grandinate improvvise: la frequenza di questi eventi è direttamente correlata con il riscaldamento globale. Ma questo non è l’unico aspetto: l’aumento delle temperature cambia radicalmente anche la mappa della Terra.

Clima, Onu: i fenomeni meteo estremi aggravano le condizioni della fame e le migrazioni

2021-11-03T02:52+0100difesapopolo (it)

Negli ultimi dieci anni i conflitti, gli eventi meteorologici estremi e gli shock economici sono aumentati di frequenza e intensità. Gli effetti combinati di questi pericoli, ulteriormente esacerbati dalla pandemia di Covid-19, hanno portato a un aumento della fame e, di conseguenza, hanno minato....

Stato del clima nel 2021, Wmo alla Cop26: il pianeta si sta dirigendo verso un territorio inesplorato

2021-11-02T17:36+0100welfarenetwork (it)

L’apertura della 26esima Conferenza delle parti dell’United Nations framework convention on climate change (COP26 Unfccc) in corso a Glasgow, è stata segnata dalla presentazione del drammatico rapporto “State of Climate in 2021” provvisorio della World meteorological organization (WMO) secondo la....

Stato del clima nel 2021, Wmo alla COP26: il pianeta si sta dirigendo verso un territorio inesplorato (VIDEO)

2021-11-02T06:17+0100greenreport (it)

“State of Climate in 2021” provvisorio della World meteorological organization (WMO) secondo la quale «Le concentrazioni record di gas serra nell’atmosfera e il calore accumulato associato hanno spinto il pianeta in un territorio inesplorato, con ripercussioni di vasta portata per le generazioni attuali e future».

1 Novembre 2021 Fame e crisi climatica: una combinazione letale per migliaia di bambini

2021-11-01T14:05+0100cinquecolonne (it)

Circa la metà dei bambini malnutriti è anche vittima delle conseguenze della crisi climatica e i decenni di progressi fatti nella lotta contro la fame e la malnutrizione rischiano di essere minati dall’impatto dell’emergenza climatica . Questo è quanto emerge da una nuova analisi di Save the....

Organizzazione meteo mondiale: "Sempre più caldo, conseguenze imprevedibili per il Pianeta"

2021-10-31T19:22+0100247libero (it)

Secondo l'Organizzazione meteorologica mondiale (Omm), le concentrazioni record di gas serra nell'atmosfera e il calore accumulato associato hanno spinto il pianeta in un territorio inesplorato, con ripercussioni di vasta portata per le generazioni attuali e future.

Organizzazione meteo mondiale: "Sempre più caldo, conseguenze imprevedibili per il Pianeta"

2021-10-31T18:42+0100lastampa (it)

Secondo l'Organizzazione meteorologica mondiale (Omm), le concentrazioni record di gas serra nell'atmosfera e il calore accumulato associato hanno spinto il pianeta in un territorio inesplorato, con ripercussioni di vasta portata per le generazioni attuali e future.

Organizzazione meteo mondiale: “Sempre più caldo, conseguenze imprevedibili per il Pianeta”

2021-10-31T18:08+0100ecomy-it (it)

Secondo l’Organizzazione meteorologica mondiale (Omm), le concentrazioni record di gas serra nell’atmosfera e il calore accumulato associato hanno spinto il pianeta in un territorio inesplorato, con ripercussioni di vasta portata per le generazioni attuali e future.

L'Organizzazione meteo mondiale: "Sempre più caldo, conseguenze imprevedibili per il Pianeta"

2021-10-31T17:58+0100repubblica (it)

Secondo l'Organizzazione meteorologica mondiale (Omm), le concentrazioni record di gas serra nell'atmosfera e il calore accumulato associato hanno spinto il pianeta in un territorio inesplorato, con ripercussioni di vasta portata per le generazioni attuali e future.

Onu: 'Eventi meteorologici estremi sono la nuova normalità. Emissioni gas serra da record'

2021-10-31T17:22+0100247libero (it)

ROMA – Le concentrazioni record di gas serra nell’atmosfera e l’associato calore accumulato hanno spinto il pianeta “in un territorio inesplorato, con ripercussioni di vasta portata per le generazioni attuali e future”. All’attuale tasso di aumento delle concentrazioni di gas serra “ entro la fine....

COP26: Record sea level rise and past seven years to be warmest ever, UN climate report finds

2021-10-31T16:46+0100heart (en)

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said the report shows how our planet "is changing before our eyes" and illustrates how ecosystems and communities "are being devastated". "COP26 must be a turning point for people and planet," he said. "Scientists are clear on the facts. Now leaders need to be just as clear in their actions.

COP26: Record sea level rise and past seven years to be warmest ever, UN climate report finds

2021-10-31T16:31+0100coastfm (en)

Released on the same day begins in Glasgow, the World Meteorological Organisation's (WMO) provisional report on the state of the global climate in 2021 paints an abysmal picture. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said the report shows how our planet "is changing before our eyes" and illustrates....

'COP26 must be a turning point': Record sea level rise and past seven years to be warmest ever, UN report finds

2021-10-31T16:18+0100skynews (en)

Oceans. • Most of the oceans experienced at least one "strong" marine heatwave in 2021 - the Laptev and Beaufort Sea in the Arctic experienced "severe" and "extreme" marine heatwaves from January to April 2021. • The ocean is becoming more acidic as it absorbs carbon dioxide, and therefore less able....

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