STUDY: THE LANGUAGE USED BY THE CLIMATE CHANGE WATCHDOG, THE IPCC, IS OVERLY-CONSERVATIVE - AND THEREFORE, THE THREATS ARE MUCH GREATER THAN THE PANEL'S REPORTS SUGGEST. IMAGE CREDIT: CCO PUBLIC DOMAIN.
Sunday, 15 July 2018
Historic Floods in Japan Kill More Than 100, Force Millions to Flee
At least 109 people have died in Japan following historic flooding and mudslides over the weekend that prompted evacuation orders covering about five million people, The Guardian reported Monday.