#natural disasters News

Dharavi villager
Women who make goods like clothing and street food in slum homes are producing less amid baking temperatures and floods, hurting their fragile livelihoods, a survey finds.
arctic permafrost
A new study shows that warming global temperatures are transforming the Arctic regions, where thawing permafrost and peat fires threaten up to half of the existing infrastructure by 2050.
A new study shows that hurricanes and tropical cyclones, typically scourges of low-latitude regions, could start drifting across a wider range to hit populous mid-latitude cities like New York, Boston, Beijing, and Tokyo.
Graveyard of Staghorn coral
With warmer waters have come more extreme weather events, from hurricanes to heat blobs.
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#natural disasters Opinion

siargao devastation typhoon rai
As the dust settles following Glasgow’s climate summit, the Philippines needs to take some immediate steps this year so it can hit ambitious decarbonisation goals.
Don't Look Up
Netflix’s new political satire "Don’t Look Up" raises an important point on the denial of scientific evidence. The rise of conspiracy theories relating to the climate crisis has led to an absence of trust in governments and science.
Maple trees in autumn
The impacts of climate change have seeped into the maple syrup industry, as the tapping season is dependent on weather conditions. What will happen to this increasingly popular substitute for sugar?
Climate disaster, Pakistan
Policymakers must prepare for the consequences of water crises by adopting improvements that address the concerns of those vulnerable to migration.
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#natural disasters Videos

SNAP-Magat Power floating solar
A country that is hit by 20 typhoons a year is looking to its lakes, reservoirs and dams to trial the latest solar technology.
manila bay with boats
The Philippine government has begun the process of relocating more than 200,000 families living along waterways to restore Manila Bay, the main body of water in the capital.
Juice Media parody ad mocking government inaction on climate change
We're screwed, claims a government parody ad, as politicians drag their heels on climate change. Taking a shot at the Australian government, the video exposes the absurdity of longstanding political inaction to address the climate crisis and puts out a not-so-subtle call for collective action.
Researchers have invented a tiny, laser-powered bug that takes off, lands and aspires to hover wirelessly.
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