Disasters

"Madagascar Prays For Rain As U.N. Warns Of 'Climate Change Famine'"

"This is the fourth year that drought has devastated Aly's home in southern Madagascar. Now more than one million people, or two out of five residents, of his Grand Sud region require emergency food aid in what the United Nations is calling a 'climate change famine."'

Source: Reuters, 10/12/2021

"Climate Scientists Created a SWAT Team for Weather Disasters"

"When weather disaster strikes, observers near and far ask the same question: Climate change—is it or isn’t it?" "Friederike Otto and her colleagues jump into action during heat waves, floods, and fires to pinpoint if global warming is to blame."

Source: Bloomberg Green, 10/08/2021

"As the Climate Bakes, Turkey Faces a Future Without Water"

"No nation in the Mediterranean region has been hit harder by climate change than Turkey. But as heat and drought increase, Turkey is doubling down on water-intensive agriculture and development and spurring a water-supply crisis that is expected to get much worse."

Source: YaleE360, 10/08/2021

"Corps of Engineers Considers Nature-Based Flood Control"

"The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is known for damming rivers and building levees to keep waterways at bay. But a new initiative seeks natural flood control solutions as climate change brings increasingly frequent and severe weather events that test the limits of concrete and steel."

Source: AP, 10/08/2021

"6 Aspects of American Life Threatened by Climate Change"

"Two dozen federal agencies flagged the biggest dangers posed by a warming planet. The list spreads across American society."

Source: NYTimes, 10/08/2021

"Canada Invokes 1977 Treaty With US As Dispute Over Pipeline Intensifies"

"The Canadian government has invoked a decades-old treaty with the United States in its latest bid to save a pipeline that critics warn could be environmentally catastrophic if it were to fail."

Source: Guardian, 10/07/2021

Month After Ida's Landfall, Louisianians Decry 'Third World' Conditions

"Reuters traveled the bayous of hard-hit Terrebonne, Lafourche, Jefferson and Plaquemines parishes in recent days, speaking with more than 40 residents. All said they felt abandoned by state and federal officials. A few said they had not received any type of support from any level of government."

Source: Reuters, 10/05/2021

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