Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Twenty-five percent of the earth could see a permanent drought by 2050

Nation of Change


If Earth’s temperature goes up by 2 degrees Celsius by 2050, more than one-quarter of the world would live in a state of drought. Story here.




Parched ground in the southern US. 2011. Photo by Aljazeera English.

'Bomb Cyclone' Forecast to Hit East Coast. (US & Canada)

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Just when you thought the weather couldn't get worse, the Washington Post hits us with "bomb cyclone." That's right, forecasters suggest this "bomb" will make the U.S. East Coast unbearable for many. Story here.

Scientists Can Now Blame Individual Natural Disasters on Climate Change

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Hurricane Sandy - a Pexels photo.

Extreme event attribution is one of the most rapidly expanding areas of climate science. STORY HERE.