World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought. UN, June 17, 2020 When the soil asks for help Desertification is the degradation of land in arid, semi-arid and dry sub-humid areas. It is caused primarily by human activities and climatic variations. Desertification does not refer to…View More World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought 2020.
People in this US city will drink treated sewage water due to climate change drought By: CNN Posted: Dec 03, 2018 The people of El Paso in Texas are living in the middle of the harsh Chihuahuan Desert The city gets little relief with an…View More People in this US city will drink treated sewage water due to climate change drought
Climate change threatens coffee, the flagship product of Ethiopia. Addis Ababa, Apr 16 Ethiopia, 2018 — Prensa Latina. In Ethiopia, the increase in temperature and the decrease in rainfall have negative effects on the national coffee industry. To combat these harmful consequences, it is necessary…View More Climate change threatens coffee, the flagship product of Ethiopia.
he system has named countries where shrinking reservoirs could lead to the taps completely drying up, the study said. Tensions have been apparent in India over the water allocations for two reservoirs connected by the Narmada river, it said.View More Water shortage to hit India soon, new satellite study warns
Scientists against droughts and floods of climate change. Euronews, 10/07/201. Europe. Together with the rest of the planet, Europe is preparing for the consequences of climate change. Several areas face diverse risks ranging from droughts to floods, but do we understand what awaits us and…View More Scientists against droughts and floods of climate change.
Climatic effect of irrigation over the Yellow River Basin. April 21, 2017, China. As a sensitive region of global climate change, the Yellow River basin, situated in arid and semiarid regions, also plays an important role in food production. However, using water resources in the…View More Climatic effect of irrigation over the Yellow River Basin.
Juan G. R., Juan G. R., Juan P. J. A. The global drought in 2016 and its effects. Water and Irrigation Vol .: 8, No. 1: 3-4, March 2017, Spain. 2016 has been characterized by a year of great climatic instability with a high…View More The global drought in 2016 and its effects.
Juan G. R. Flooding and drought occur simultaneously in the Valencian Community. Water and Irrigation Vol .: 7, No. 1: 32-33, December, 2016, Spain. Despite heavy rains in the provinces of Valencia and Castellón, rains accumulated up to November in the Community of Valencia are…View More Flooding and drought occur simultaneously in the Valencian Community.
WMO highlights human action on climate change. UN-WMO News Center, November 8, 2016. The luster 2011-2015 has been the warmest recorded so far, during that same period greenhouse gas concentrations continued to rise and reached unprecedented levels. High temperatures have been accompanied by other indicators…View More WMO highlights human action on climate change.
Vietnam is feeling strong climate change impacts to production and people’s lives. Vietnam News, September, 05/2016. In Vietnam the last few years, drought, unseasonable rain, downpours, long hot spells and extremely cold weather have seriously affected farm production and people’s daily lives. During this year’s…View More Vietnam is feeling strong climate change impacts to production
Droughts and climate change in Bulgaria: assessing maize crop risk and irrigation requirements in relation to soil and climate region. Z. Popova, M. Ivanova, L. Pereira, V. Alexandrov, M. Kercheva, K. Doneva and D. Martins. Agricultural Academy, “N. Poushkarov” Institute of Soil Science, Agrotechnology and…View More Droughts and climate change in Bulgaria: assessing maize crop risk
Scientists help Vietnam’s rice farmers adapt to climate change, amid major drought. Jared Ferrie, Asia Editor Phnom Penh, 16 March 2016 Scientists are developing more resistant varieties of rice to help farmers in Vietnam adapt to climate change, amid the country’s worst drought in 90…View More Scientists help Vietnam’s rice farmers adapt to climate change.
Many of world’s lakes are vanishing and some may be gone forever. New Scientist, 4 March 2016. Many of world’s lake are vanishing by different causes. Lake Poopó became a dry salt pan. Titicaca is heading towards trouble too, just 1 to 2 °C of…View More Many of world’s lakes are vanishing.
El Niño reached its peak in late 2015. Empresa Editora El Comercio, January 12, 2016, Lima, Peru. El Niño is a phenomenon that is increasing the surface temperature of the Pacific Ocean, causing high temperatures in Asia and East Africa as well as heavy rains…View More El Niño reached its peak in late 2015.