From the summer of blazes, through floods, to frosts and grasshopper invasions, experts say man-made climate change is having devastating effects on Global Weathers.
Here are some of the most devastating climatic catastrophes of the last two years.
“greatest ecological disaster in decades”prime minister
Greece’s worst heatwave in decades fueled deadly forest fires that burned almost 100.000 hectares this year, in what the PM described as “greatest ecological disaster in decades”
Summer flames have killed roughly 80 people in Algeria and Turkey and Italy and Spain have also been ravaged by uncontrolled fires.
Scientists say the Mediterranean region is a climate change ‘hot spot’ that could be worse off.
At the end of August, Hurricane Ida struck a swath of destruction and death from Louisiana to the Northeast of us, leaving more than 100 killed and costing about $100 billion.
Drowning on Chinese subway system
Aggravated by global warming, the dry spell could last for decades, according to a new study published in the journal Science.
🚨BREAKING: Tonight, @Sen_JoeManchin emerged from his yacht for some real talk with the West Virginians who’ve been kayaking to his DC yacht every day this week!
And he invited them to come in for a meeting tomorrow/Monday latest!#DontSinkWV
— CPD Action (@CPDAction) October 1, 2021
JUST IN: With trial set to open next week, Giuliani associate Lev Parnas deeply concerned about impact of prejudicial pretrial publicity, including it seems his own interviews w/MSNBC, CNN, Rolling Stone & others…. Doc: https://t.co/F33WxWP8ZK
— Josh Gerstein (@joshgerstein) October 4, 2021