Scientists mapping the effects of increased temperature and rainfall across Siberia say it could expect mass migration in a warmer world.
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For the world’s cloud forests, the future is overcast. Some face fiercer storm and flood: they could even lose their unique clouds.
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Sea level rise and melting polar ice sheets may not cause a climate catastrophe, but they will certainly change weather patterns unpredictably.
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8 August, 2018 – As the world warms, the storm clouds gather. And Australian rain is now often of a ferocity and intensity without precedent.
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16 March, 2018 – While more rain normally cools a summer environment, a warmer and wetter world could face quite unfamiliar problems.
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15 March, 2018 – With Cape Town’s water crisis so bad that its taps may soon run dry, Capetonians are working together to avert a shared disaster.
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7 November, 2017 – The world can feed many millions of extra mouths by altering crops to make the most of local conditions, scientists say.
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11 July, 2017 – Climate history locked in stalagmite evidence warns of 10,000 years of drought – about 100 centuries – to come in the Middle East.
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24 May, 2017 – Europe, North America and tropical regions could all face even harder rainfall if fossil fuel emissions continue to increase global warming.
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LONDON, 26 February, 2017 – One of the longest US waterways, the Colorado River, has lost 20% of its flow since the year 2000, with the changing climate mostly responsible.
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