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Re: Global Warming is WITH US
« Reply #1440 on: July 27, 2018, 02:59:02 pm »
July 26, 2018

Crisis Unfolds in Laos Following Dam Collapse💦

At least 27 are dead, 131 missing and thousands homeless after a hydropower dam under construction in Southern Laos ruptured Monday evening and sent more than five billion cubic feet of water spilling into eight nearby villages.

Authorities have rescued more than 2,800 Laotians from the area but say more than 3,000 are still awaiting rescue, and Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulit said Wednesday that the disaster is the worst the country has faced in decades.

The dam was one of 70 hydropower projects that have been built or are under construction in Laos, which is aiming to use the projects to become a major source of energy for the region. "Many dams in operation or planned are not designed to be able to cope with extreme weather events," ⛈ 🌩 🌪

International Rivers, a group that campaigns against the growth of hydropower in Laos, said in a statement. "Unpredictable and extreme weather events are becoming more frequent due to climate change, posing grave safety concerns to millions who live downstream of dams."

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« Reply #1442 on: July 29, 2018, 08:53:06 pm »

2018 Global 🌍 🌎 🌏 Heat 😓 So Far

Published: July 18th, 2018

By Climate Central

With the release of the monthly global temperature analysis from NOAA today, it is a good opportunity to compare temperatures so far this year to their historical levels. And as greenhouse gases continue to accumulate in the atmosphere, the heat goes on both globally and here in the U.S.

Globally, the past four years have been the hottest four years on record, and 2018 so far is coming in as the 4th hottest. All-time record heat has peppered the Northern Hemisphere this summer. Here a few stats compiled by Weather Underground:

Glasgow, Scotland had its hottest day on record, reaching 89°F on June 28.

Montreal, Canada set a new all-time high, reaching 98°F on June 29.

Ouargla, Algeria had the highest temperature on record in Africa, reaching 124°F on July 5. This is believed to be the hottest temperature reliably measured in Africa.

Tianxiang, Taiwan had the hottest temperature on record in Taiwan, reaching 105°F on July 10.

According to the WMO, 2018 has been the hottest La Niña year on record, with La Niña years today consistently warmer than El Niño years from 30 years ago. Consensus forecasts are trending toward a new El Niño before the end of the year, meaning 2018 will probably finish as one of the 10 hottest years on record globally.

To better reflect how much temperatures have warmed since the early industrial era, we combined the global NOAA and NASA monthly temperature analyses to determine how much warming has taken place relative to a 1881-1910 baseline.


Methodology: U.S. and global temperature rankings referred to in the text above are calculated by NOAA/NCEI.  Monthly global temperature analyses are also independently calculated by NASA. Climate Central combines the NOAA and NASA information to re-baseline global temperatures using an earlier pre-industrial baseline of 1881-1910 in response to the Paris Climate Change Agreement.

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« Reply #1443 on: July 29, 2018, 10:05:13 pm »
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According to estimates of the United Nations, more than 2.6 billion people in 110 countries are directly affected by progressive desertification. Deserts now cover more than a third of the entire surface of the earth, thus 65% of arable lands. More than three billion cattle, sheep and goats chomp their way through pastures faster than they can be regenerated. This program shows how desertification is changing the balance of the earth and affecting two continents in particular: Asia and Europe.

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« Reply #1444 on: July 30, 2018, 09:02:33 pm »
Agelbert NOTE: In this video you will learn about the several Antarctic penguin species and how their populations are declining from Climate Change. :(

There are also some spectacular views of the ice formations as the wind swirls around them. ✨

New vegetation has been discovered, while excessive ultraviolet radiation coming down through the North America sized Giant ozone hole is causing blindness in seals.😨 Marine species are threatened by increased temperatures. 👎

Don't let anybody tell you Antarctica is not getting warmer. Anyone peddling that Hydrocarbon Hellspawn 🦕🦖 propaganda should be forced to watch this video.

An enormous waterfall gushes off the Nansen Ice Shelf. Credit: Jonathan Kingslake

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This award-winning documentary reveals many startling new scientific revelations such as penguin suicide, new vegetation growing in the world’s largest desert, diminishing populations of land animals and marine life and the dangerously increasing melting of Antarctica’s land ice.


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« Reply #1445 on: July 31, 2018, 12:33:15 pm »


July 31, 2018

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Farmers’ association 🌡️ calls for emergency aid due to heat wave and drought

German Farmers’ Association President Joachim Rukwied is calling for government assistance totalling one billion euros to be distributed to farmers, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung reports. The aim of Rukwied’s proposal is to help farmers, whose harvests are more than 30 percent below the average of recent years, according to the association. Federal agriculture minister Julia Klöckner is expected to inform her cabinet colleagues on 1 August of the challenges facing farmers due to the extreme weather conditions, with a decision on the merits of further assistance not due to be made until after the end-August harvest balance, the article says.

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« Reply #1446 on: July 31, 2018, 01:07:44 pm »

July 31, 2018


Floods 🌪 🌧 💦 Ravage Myanmar

Flooding in Myanmar has killed at least 11 people and forced more than 100,000 to evacuate, government officials said Monday. The flooding, exacerbated by poor infrastructure, inadequate preparations and deforestation, is part of a series of heavy floods during this year's monsoon season in the region, including during last week's dam failure in Laos.

Evacuees say official warnings of this week's floods came as waters had already inundated some regions of the country. A 2017 WWF report on the impacts of climate change on Myanmar projects that the intensity of rainfall in the country will increase during monsoon season, while the country's minister of social welfare, relief and resettlement blamed climate change in part for the severe rains.

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« Reply #1447 on: July 31, 2018, 01:23:26 pm »
King Penguin

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World's largest king penguin colony has declined by 90% 😨

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« Reply #1448 on: July 31, 2018, 02:43:12 pm »
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Climate  By Olivia Rosane

Jul. 30, 2018 01:41PM EST


537 Dead in India Monsoon 😟

Flooding and heavy rains associated with India's monsoon season have killed 537 people so far, The Times of India reported Saturday.

The number of deaths was reported by the country's National Emergency Response Center, which recorded 139 deaths in Maharashtra, where Mumbai is located, 126 in the southwestern state of Kerala, 116 in West Bengal in the northeast, 70 in Uttar Pradesh, 52 in Gujarat and 34 in Assam.

The total number of deaths for the country are likely higher, since deaths in other states are yet to be tallied and some deaths, especially in rural areas, are not reported, according to Sky News.

At least 58 people died this weekend, as heavy rains Thursday and Friday in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh flooded land and caused houses to collapse, The Associated Press reported Saturday.

India's monsoon season started more than two weeks ahead of schedule on June 29, Reuters reported at the time.

The monsoon season typically lasts until October, according to The Associated Press.

So far, the 2018 season has also displaced hundreds of thousands of people.

In Kerala, 11,750 homes have been damaged and 143,000 people have sought shelter in 1,770 relief camps, The Times of India reported.

In West Bengal, 162,000 people have been impacted and 7,256 houses damaged, while, in Assam, 217,000 displaced people have sought shelter in 270 camps.

The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has deployed 43 teams to help regional emergency workers in the affected areas.

In the country's capital of Delhi, more than 3,000 people living in the Yamuna River's floodplain were evacuated after the river rose passed a danger mark, Sky News reported.

In once incident, flooding brought both water and fish into the intensive care unit of the Nalanda Medical College Hospital in the city of Patna in Bihar, The Times of India reported Sunday.

Heavy rains in Bihar began Friday and are expected to continue through August 1.

More than one hundred thousand people have died in floods in India between 1953 and 2017, Sky News reported, and the problem is only expected to get worse with climate change.

Last August, unusually heavy monsoon flooding in India, Bangladesh and Nepal killed at least 1,200 ☠️.

Despite the heavy rains, India is also suffering the worst water crisis in its history, partly because of pollution, waste and mismanagement, but partly also because of changing rainfall patterns linked to climate change.

The two, flooding and drought, are not as contradictory as they initially sound.

"This is the new, turbulent nature of our monsoon," journalist Raghu Karnad wrote for The Guardian after 2017's catastrophic floods, "that we are receiving more and more of our rainfall in extreme doses (which causes floods), and less in between the major deluges, which is when fields are fed and water tables recharged. For India, more flooding and more drought are not two possible futures. Both are here together, already."

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« Reply #1449 on: July 31, 2018, 06:24:59 pm »


While Puerto Rico’s People Still Suffer the Effects of Hurricane Maria, its Forests Are Faring Much Better

by Thailynn Munroe Thailynn Munroe, Nancy Harris and Tamara Heartsill Scalley - July 31, 2018

         
While Puerto Rico continues to recover from Hurricane Maria, El Yunque National Forest has largely rebounded. Photo by Jami430/Wikimedia Commons

Puerto Rico is no stranger to extreme events. Throughout recorded history, the island has been in the eye path of more than 50 tropical storms. It’s still recovering from last year’s Hurricane Maria as the 2018 hurricane season brings mounting concerns for more storm-related damages.

However, there is one part of the island that is made for resilience— forests.

How Were Puerto Rico’s Forests Affected by Hurricane Maria?

Hurricane Maria passing over Puerto Rico. El Yunque National Forest is highlighted in green.

Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico on September 20, 2017 as a Category 4 hurricane, with sustained wind speeds just below 155 mph, gusts of 175-195 mph, and rainfall of up to 38 inches in some areas. The entire island suffered more than $90 billion in damages, the third-costliest hurricane in U.S. history.

The eye of the storm traveled southeast to northwest across the island, placing some of the strongest winds in the storm over Puerto Rico’s largest forest, El Yunque National Forest, also known as the Luquillo Experimental Forest. The forest sits atop a mountain, making it more vulnerable to high winds and landslides after torrential downpours. Data from Global Forest Watch show a 10 percent loss of tree cover in 2017, compared tree cover in 2000; more than 50,000 hectares were affected.


Loss was especially pronounced over areas of higher elevation, as shown in the comparison below.


Immediately after Hurricane Maria hit, El Yunque exhibited de-greening that can be seen clearly in the high-resolution composite satellite images below, collected by Planet. Satellite images also show how quickly the forests have since rebounded. A composite of images from April to June 2018 shows significant regrowth just seven months after the hurricane hit.

 
satellite of images of El Yunque before (left) and after (right) Hurricane Maria. Satellite images via Planet.

How Do We Know Puerto Rico’s Forests Will Recover?

The United States Forest Service (USFS) recently completed a field survey of permanent plots, which they’ve been doing every five years since 1988. Preliminary results this year indicate that while Hurricane Maria blew off foliage and canopy (which registered as tree cover loss on Global Forest Watch), 87 percent of tree trunks are still standing. Though most of the leaves are stripped and many branches snapped, only a small proportion of trees were uprooted or completely felled.

 
photo of El Yunque in 2016 (left), before Hurricane Maria, and 2017 (right), after Hurricane Maria. Photo credit: Sajyasingh/Wikimedia Commons and Mark Davis/US Fish and Wildlife Service

Tropical forests have shown their resilience to severe storms time and again in Puerto Rico and other areas of the world. The Luquillo Experimental Forest in El Yunque is the longest continuously measured tropical forest in the world, with up to 75 years of observations at some sites. Before Hurricane Maria, Hurricane Hugo in 1989 was the most intense storm to make landfall in Puerto Rico in 57 years, with wind speeds of 126 mph and a maximum rainfall of 17 inches. Within just five years of Hugo’s landfall, observations from USFS showed that vegetation health indicators, like aboveground biomass, were similar to readings before the storm. In 10 years, stem density values surpassed those observed before the hurricane.

When Hurricane Georges made landfall in 1998, the forest was still in recovery mode after Hurricane Hugo.  Even still, scientists were hard-pressed to find measurable effects of the storm on the forest structure, other than some branch loss and defoliation in the canopy.

Stripped leaves and fallen branches after a hurricane also create a new layer of rich, organic matter that encourages new tree growth. While the Global Forest Watch platform currently reports only annual tree cover loss, upcoming data on annual tree cover gain, scheduled for release in the coming year, will allow monitoring of regrowth and re-establishment of the tree canopy in El Yunque.

Healthy Trees 🌳 🌴: A Growing Trend in Puerto Rico

Healthy forests provide a multitude of ecosystem services to an island like Puerto Rico, including decreasing the intensity of floods, providing habitats for biodiversity, filtering water, and providing sites for eco-tourism attractions, raw materials and cultural importance. Over the past century, there has been a trend towards reforestation in Puerto Rico. Forests covered just 6 percent of the island in the late 1940s, as trees were cleared to make way for agriculture. But as people emigrated from rural to urban areas and to the U.S. mainland, forests began to flourish again. By 2010, trees covered nearly 50 percent of Puerto Rico. Although we might see short-term damage to trees from storms and other natural disturbances, increasing overall forest cover helps to lessen the severity of extreme events and decreases the amount of time it takes for treesand people—to recover.

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« Reply #1450 on: July 31, 2018, 06:43:45 pm »



With 1.2 Billion Members, the Catholic Church Can Lead on Climate Action. Here Are 3 Ways How.

by Kitty van der Heijden Kitty van der Heijden and Alberto Pallecchi - July 26, 2018

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3) Carbon Neutrality in its Operations and Properties

If you walk the talk, you should also look at your footprint. The Catholic Church has many opportunities to reduce its carbon impact, considering the large amount of properties it manages, including about 223,000 parishes, 140,000 schools, 1,200 universities, and 1,000 healthcare facilities. Furthermore, it owns a considerable amount of land, estimated to be around 180 million acres 👀.

A clear, concrete commitment from the global Catholic Church itself during one of the upcoming climate action convenings, such as committing to a science-based greenhouse gas reduction target, would show how the Church itself translates Laudato Si ambitions into action, and could inspire its faith community, as well as other communities, to be equally ambitious.


To effectively measure and mitigate emissions and enforce carbon-neutrality for the large, globally-scattered holdings of the Church won't be an easy task. It would require the establishment of a GHG emissions inventory, a roadmap for action and close monitoring through tools, reporting and analysis for climate action. But if there was ever a moment to showcase what can (and should) be done in practice to realize the vision and ambition of Laudato Si, it is now.

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« Reply #1451 on: August 01, 2018, 09:30:09 pm »

Extreme Heat Could Make One Third of Planet Uninhabitable

August 1, 2018

Climate scientist Michael Mann says that, under a business-as-usual scenario, the mass displacement of vulnerable populations could trigger an unprecedented national security crisis


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« Reply #1452 on: August 04, 2018, 06:07:23 pm »



Hottest Rain on Record: Rain Falls at 119°F in Imperial, California


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Above: Summer rain showers fall over the desert region about 40 miles northeast of Imperial, California, as seen from Belle Mountain in Joshua Tree National Park, at 12:15 pm PDT July 19, 2017, when the temperature was 100°F (38°C). Image credit: National Park Service.



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« Reply #1453 on: August 04, 2018, 07:57:00 pm »
Scientists said that the figures point to the threat of an Ecological Armageddon 😱

Entomologists have estimated that there are 200 million insects for every human being on Earth, but some recent research has suggested a dramatic and potentially catastrophic change of course for their population. Scientists studying nature reserves in Germany discovered that the number of flying insects there had plunged by 75 percent in just 25 years.

Extrapolating the results, the scientists said that the figures point to the threat of an "ecological Armageddon" that would have a profound impact on all life on the planet. While the reason for the sudden decline has not been determined , possible factors include loss of wilderness, advancements in pesticides, and global warming.

Regardless of the cause, continuing to lose such large numbers of the little creatures would devastate human society and all of the animal kingdom, which relies on insects as pollinators, food sources, and agricultural catalysts.

Inside the insect world:

There are more than 300,000 species of beetles in the world, accounting for 40 percent of all insects.

Insects live on every continent, although only one -- a wingless midge -- manages to survive in Antarctica.

Approximately 15,000 new species of animals and plants are discovered every year, half of which are insects.


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China to be Hit by Deadly Heat: China's most densely populated--and most agriculturally prosperous--region could see regular "unsurvivable" heat waves by the end of the century, according to new research. A study published Monday in the journal Nature Communications finds that heatwaves in the fertile and densely populated North China Plain region, which includes capital Beijing, could kill people in hours by 2070 if emissions continue at current rates. Many of the region's 400 million inhabitants are agricultural workers, with little alternative to working outside. "This spot is just going to be the hottest spot for deadly heat waves in the future, especially under climate change," MIT's Elfatih Eltahir, who led the study, said in a statement.

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Hoosier Agriculture in Trouble: Climate change will have a big impact on Indiana's $31 billion agriculture industry, according to new research. The fifth installment of the Purdue Climate Change Research Center's research, released Tuesday, ties each 1 degree F increase in average overnight temperature to a two percent drop in corn yields, leading to a decrease in yields of up to 20 percent over the next 30 years. Heat will also impact agricultural workers and animals, while increased diseases may mean more pesticide use. Indiana is one of the top five most productive US states for crops, and nearly 80 percent of its farmland is dedicated to the production of corn and soybeans--which will also take a hit by midcentury.

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