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Philippines rice shortage sparks violence
South East Asia Drought (heat wave), water shortage, and forest fires. / One of the strongest El Nino weather events ever recorded has caused heatwaves, water shortages and forest fires around the world.
Now deaths linked to protests over food shortages have been reported in Cotabato province in the southern Philippines, where thousands of drought-hit farmers have clashed with police over demands for rice. //&! http://www.irinnews.org/report/77478/philippines-rice-shortage-hits-poor-government-grapples-solution &! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2008_global_rice_crisis &! http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-03-31/thai-water-crisis-may-ease-over-next-two-months-government-says &! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-35499487
El  Nino  Thailand  Asia  drought  Philippines  Wildfire  forest  fire  water  shortage  heat  wave  extreme  weather  National  Security  food  weather  extreme  food  poverty  Ethiopia  drinking  water  water  management  global  warming  climate  change 
april 2016 by asterisk2a
March 2016's shocking global warming temperature record.
A daily analysis of global temperatures shows that the Northern Hemisphere likely exceeded 2 degrees Celsius above "normal" around March 1, 2016, when measuring from pre-industrial levels.* [...] That mark has long been held (somewhat arbitrarily) as the point above which climate change may begin to become "dangerous" to humanity. It's now arrived—though very briefly—much more quickly than anticipated. This is a milestone moment for our species. Climate change deserves our greatest possible attention. [...] So what’s actually happening now is the liberation of nearly two decades’ worth of global warming energy that’s been stored in the oceans since the last major El Niño in 1998. //&! - bit.ly/1R34X8p
climate  change  global  warming  extreme  weather  weather  extreme  COP21  El  Nino  economic  damage  drought  flash  floods  flooding  National  Security  food  ocean  warming  rising  sea  levels 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
El Niño passes its peak while La Niña is possible this year - BBC News
The El Niño weather phenomenon has reached its peak according to scientists and is set to decline over the next few months. Researchers say there is a 50:50 chance that it will be replaced by a La Niña event before the end of this summer. La Niña which involves a cooling of the Pacific Ocean, usually brings wetter conditions to Asia, Africa and Latin America. These events can typically last twice as long as an El Niño.
El  Nino  La  Nina  extreme  weather  weather  extreme  climate  change  global  warming  ocean  warming 
february 2016 by asterisk2a
'Killer blizzard' which battered America is heading for Scotland (From Herald Scotland)
[ Blizzard Jonas. More moisture. More precipitation. More energy to be released. ] Forecasters have predicted the weather system will hit Britain on Tuesday morning, bringing torrential rain and heavy winds. The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning covering most of Wales, north-west England and west Scotland.
extreme  weather  weather  extreme  UK  USA  global  warming  climate  change  ocean  warming  El  Nino  Gulf  Stream  greenland  iceshield  weather  system  climate  science 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
Bolivia's second-largest lake dries up and may be gone forever, lost to climate change | World news | The Guardian
Lake Poopó was officially declared evaporated in December. Hundreds, if not thousands, of people have lost their livelihoods and gone. High on Bolivia’s semi-arid Andean plains at 3,700 metres (more than 12,000 feet) and long subject to climatic whims, the shallow saline lake has essentially dried up before only to rebound to twice the area of Los Angeles. But recovery may no longer be possible, scientists say. “This is a picture of the future of climate change,” says Dirk Hoffman, a German glaciologist who studies how rising temperatures from the burning of fossil fuels has accelerated glacial melting in Bolivia. As Andean glaciers disappear, so do the sources of Poopó’s water. [... + water management - agriculture and mining ... + thus the water pollution! ] [...] “inhospitable arid climates” [ Bolivia's capital La Paz ]
climate  change  global  warming  drought  water  security  water  scarcity  drinking  water  water  rights  water  supply  food  security  National  economic  damage  livestock  farming  agriculture  industry  agriculture  policy  water  management  El  Nino  Bolivia  environmental  disaster  ecological  disaster  mass  extinction  migration  water  pollution 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
Opening up Australia's northern frontier - BBC News
A record-breaking drought in the state of Queensland has reignited calls to unlock the economic potential of Australia's under-developed and sparsely populated north. As those on the land struggle, business leaders are promoting the idea that the region could be transformed into a giant food bowl for Asia. What's needed, according to Troy Popham, the head of the Townsville Chamber of Commerce, is the vision to create a large network of new reservoirs and pipelines to help a thirsty country cope with prolonged dry spells. [ like California? ]
El  Nino  drought  Australia  climate  change  global  warming 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
January hurricane forms in Atlantic for first time since 1938 | World news | The Guardian
Hurricane Alex develops near Azores in water barely warm enough for any storm to form, says US researchers. [...] Hurricane Alex’s maximum sustained winds were near 140kph (85mph) and residents of Portugal’s mid-Atlantic Azores islands were warned to expect waves up to 18m (60ft) high and wind gusts up to 160kph (100mph). The islands’ Civil Protection Service issued a weather red alert, the highest of four warnings that indicates extreme risk, for five of the archipelago’s nine islands. The US National Hurricane Center in Miami said in a Facebook post there hadn’t been a hurricane present during the month of January since 1955, when Alice formed in late December 1954 and carried over into the next month.
Gulf  Stream  greenland  iceshield  ocean  warming  extreme  weather  weather  extreme  global  warming  climate  change  El  Nino 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
BBC Radio 4 - Radio 4 in Four, What’s going on with our weather right now?
Strom Desmond, Strom Eva, Storm Frank // Adam Rutherford and Roland Pease explain the science behind why we have been experiencing all this rainfall recently, and it's not just because of El Niño. // weather system tangled, forecasted was wet winter, ... the warmth of tropical pacific changes location (over to central to west pacific) like a bouncy castle - changes stratosphere, still to understand all the dynamics of changes due to El Nino and global warming, see also Polar Vortex and Jet Stream (which is cutting edge of climate science). El Nino was not the only thing that changed the Jet Stream but also the Atlantic temperature. // Cumbria: floods - made worse by "atmospheric river" long ribbon of moisture = long periods of rainfall over one particular place. // Global warming will make winters more extreme. More water vapour in atmosphere due to global warming. + Unusual weather pattern (El Nino + Atlantic temps) = double whammy for extreme and unusual weather.
flooding  flash  floods  UK  weather  system  global  warming  El  Nino  unknown  unkown  unintended  consequences  extreme  weather  weather  extreme  climate  change  jet  stream  weather  ocean  warming 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
Whoa...The Climate Crisis at the North Pole - YouTube
Storm Frank/Storm Eva/Storm Desmond. High temps @North Pole. This will go down into the history books! Destabalising of Polar Vortex (colder winters) vs El Nino effect (warmer wetter winters) + Jet Stream wobbly (<< still cutting edge science.) [...] 'Destable Polar Vortex due to global warming.' Wobbly Jet Stream = chaotic weather (ie warm arctic like california warm). Coming Decades more extremes, more events. //&! Civilization's rise based on fossil fuel = also it's demise, mass extinction - youtu.be/XhkpsyT3mDc //&! Pre-COP21 France Foreign Minister "We Are on the Edge of a Climatic Abyss" - youtu.be/jfeS5k1518o //&! Crisis is Worse Than We Think & Scientists Are Self-Censoring to Downplay Risk - youtu.be/NmL4t8TclGU - public collectively comfortably aware. and hoping for carbon capture tech. youtu.be/svlU6p0gHgo //&! Naomi Klein on Why Climate Change is ‘Incredibly Threatening To Our Elites’ - youtu.be/g_2GjzS576A
climate  change  global  warming  extreme  weather  El  Nino  weather  extreme  COP21  greenland  iceshield  Gulf  Stream  climate  science  climate  system  climate  crisis  jet  fossil  fuel  mass  extinction  National  Security  food  crony  capitalism  capitalism  Wall  Street  shareholder  value  profit  maximisation  shared  economic  interest  economic  damage  carbonfootprint  carbon  tax  carbonemission  carbon  trading  scheme  methane  Meat  Industry  food  deforestation  soil  erosion  coastal  erosion  rising  sea  levels  ocean  warming  public  sentiment  public  perception  public  awareness  public  debate  public  image  public  opinion  air  pollution  carbon  capture 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
Weather records: December was 'wettest month for UK' - BBC News
Storms propelled by the jet stream were mainly to blame, it says, with contributions from the El Nino weather phenomenon and man-made climate change. December was something of a freak month, it acknowledges. Climate change has raised UK temperatures by around 1C (1.8F) so far, so it will be many decades before this level of extreme weather becomes the new winter norm, it says. Other scientists say that with climate change, there will be no "normal" weather. //&! Storms Desmond and Eva flooded 16,000 homes in England - bbc.in/1O4iNTC + Frank mainly in Scotland. //&! Collapsed Tadcaster bridge repairs 'to cost £3m' - bbc.in/1VGKjcE //&! York flood victims to get £500 payment for clean up //&! More government money promised for flood-hit councils - bbc.in/1OxmC5e //&! Plan for temporary road in wake of Aberdeenshire flooding - bbc.in/1IPAAPn //&! Flats in Dundee evacuated after storm damage - bbc.in/1PLNTSi
climate  change  UK  El  Nino  extreme  weather  weather  extreme  global  warming  economic  damage  COP21  energy  policy  Makers  public  awareness  public  sentiment  public  perception  public  debate  flash  floods  flooding  EPA  soil  erosion  coastal  erosion  budget  deficit  flood  defence  austerity  Tories  nasty  party  Conservative  Amber  Rudd  renewable  energy  George  Osborne  David  Cameron  constituency  election  campaign  promises  Generationengerechtigkeit  2015 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
North of England flooding: Latest updates - BBC News
[ After Storm Desmond ... Storm Eva. Frank Coming 1 1/2 days later: bbc.in/1mfDcw6 - Analysts estimate the cost of flooding across northern England could exceed £1.5bn. So Far, 2015. ] Council pledges to help flood victims in Rochdale - Posted at 12:16 - Rochdale Council is offering a one-off payment of £500 to help flooded households recover, as well as business tax relief for companies forced to leave their properties. Councillor Richard Farnell, leader of Rochdale Borough Council, says: "There are many people facing extremely challenging circumstances after the terrible flooding that affected parts of our borough."  Meanwhile, Rochdale Council skips have been placed in affected areas to help people clear debris from their homes, and there's been a warning that mud from the floods could be contaminated with raw sewage. // Guardian Live Coverage: bit.ly/1OiuLdJ & bit.ly/1NNmvka //&! issue should be taken ‘out of party politics’ to ensure experts’ recommendations - bit.ly/1YPuCjg
UK  economic  damage  flash  floods  flooding  extreme  weather  weather  extreme  El  Nino  climate  change  global  warming  ocean  warming  insurance  premium  2015  COP21 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
UK floods: Storm Frank threatens more misery - BBC News
A fresh storm threatens to bring more misery to parts of the UK, including areas already hit by severe flooding. Storm Frank is due to sweep in from Tuesday evening, with Cumbria and south and central Scotland at most risk. There are nine severe flood warnings - meaning "danger to life" - in England and Wales, mostly centred on York which was badly hit by flooding on Saturday. David Cameron has defended government spending on flood defences after the devastation across northern England. Floods minister Rory Stewart told the Today programme that the government was open to the idea of an external review being held. The Environment Agency said on Monday there would have to be a "complete rethink" of flood defences. December has seen communities in Cumbria, Lancashire, Greater Manchester and Yorkshire swamped by rising waters. Storm Frank poses a new threat in the wake of what Storm Eva brought over the Christmas weekend. [...] costs could exceed £1.5bn. [ Eva, Desmond, Frank ]
UK  flash  floods  flooding  extreme  weather  weather  extreme  climate  change  El  Nino  global  warming  ocean  warming  economic  damage  Tories  nasty  party  Policy  Makers  energy  carbon  tax  carbonfootprint  carbon  trading  scheme  carbonemission  recycling  zombie  consumer  materialism  status  anxiety  Livestock  farming  food  industry  Meat  budget  deficit  austerity  David  Cameron  George  Osborne  Amber  Rudd  Conservative  environmental  disaster  pollution  2015  prevention  COP21 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
More than 100,000 flee El Niño flooding in Paraguay, Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay | Environment | The Guardian
Worst El Niño in more than 15 years causes several deaths and drives thousands from their homes in border areas of four South American countries
El  Nino  climate  change  global  warming  ocean  warming  extreme  weather  weather  extreme  economic  damage 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
Wetter vor Weihnachten: Süßer die Büsche nie blühen - SPIEGEL ONLINE
[ mild winter ] Schal und Mütze liegen wieder im Schrank - und da können sie noch eine Weile bleiben: Deutschland stehen warme Feiertage bevor. Das irritiert nicht nur Weihnachtsromantiker, sondern auch Pflanzen und Tiere.
climate  change  global  warming  climate  science  climate  crisis  climate  system  El  Nino  2015  2016  extreme  weather  weather  extreme  weather  system  economic  damage  COP21  ecological  disaster  mass  extinction  environmental  disaster 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
COP21: Why do two degrees matter? - BBC News
2 Degree limit was agreed by consensus of western nations (w fossil fuel lobbies sitting left and right next to them), stupid.
COP21  climate  crisis  climate  change  global  warming  climate  science  climate  system  Kyoto  COP15  El  Nino  extreme  weather  weather  extreme 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
Surge-hit Hemsby worried about winter - BBC News
The campaign group Save Hemsby Coastline raised funds to pay for a trial sea defence, but it only covers a short stretch of coastline. Norfolk County Council said sea defences were not its responsibility. [...] An Environment Agency spokesman said it was spending £2.3bn over the next six years to protect 15,000 properties from coastal erosion, but it had not received an application for funding from Hemsby. [[[ >> // taking money away for renewables, and will have to put it and 10x more into extreme weather defences and repairs. does not include economic damage. - Re first big strom this winter Strom Desmond breaches several once-in-100 years flood devences. and winter is supposed be harsh with el ninio powering it and exceptionally cold atalantic bc of greenland iceshield cooling gulf stream ]]] //&! bbc.in/1HQd7Nr
climate  change  global  warming  economic  damage  coastal  erosion  UK  extreme  weather  weather  extreme  climate  crisis  budget2015  renewable  energy  Amber  Rudd  budget  deficit  Generationengerechtigkeit  austerity  COP21  hypocrisy  George  Osborne  Tories  nasty  party  Conservative  flash  floods  flooding  El  Nino  greenland  iceshield  Gulf  Stream  constituency  babyboomers  Career  Politicians  No  Representation  short-termism 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
Is there a danger to environmental jargon? - BBC News
[ confusing the public, as with diet ] The United Nations is promising a "universal climate change agreement" when leaders from almost 200 countries meet in Paris. But is the jargon used in environmental discussions actually putting people off the subject rather than enthusing them?
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november 2015 by asterisk2a
Britain set for white Christmas? 36 days of snow forecast after 'coldest Atlantic for 80 years' - Mirror Online
Experts blamed the record cold ocean temperatures on the melting of the Greenland ice sheet, also feared to be slowing the Gulf Stream, which pushes warm currents towards Britain. The US Government's National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration weather department said: "The area of ocean had its coldest January to August in at least 80 years of records." //&! [Stronger than ever El Nino may exacerbate Winter conditions] The knock-on effects around the globe, which include unusually cold winters in Britain, could be catastrophic. The last El Nino, six years ago, saw the UK crippled by the worst winter for decades with widespread harsh frosts, sub-zero temperatures and heavy snow setting in from early December and lasting until March. - bit.ly/1PuF8fr - UK forecasters are also bracing themselves for the worst with all the ingredients in place for a lengthy and savagely cold and snowy season. [...] unprecedented sequence of events
climate  change  greenland  iceshield  greenland  climate  science  climate  system  climate  crisis  economic  damage  unknown  unkown  unintended  consequences  Gulf  Stream  ocean  warming  El  Nino  complexity 
november 2015 by asterisk2a
'High impacts' from globally stronger El Nino - BBC News
Severe droughts and significant flooding in many parts of the world are being attributed to this El Niño. The WMO warn these impacts are likely to increase and this event is now in "uncharted territory".
El  Nino 
november 2015 by asterisk2a
Forget El Niño, start worrying about the North Atlantic blob | News | The Guardian
This question is what climate scientists across the northern hemisphere are trying to answer, especially since it coincides with an exceptionally cold North Atlantic, which might be even more important because it affects the position of the jet stream. The easterly winds of last week, bringing unseasonably cold weather, are believed to be as a direct result of this North Atlantic cold diverting the jet stream and allowing cold easterly air from Siberia to reach our shores. There has already been snow in Germany.
El  Nino  weather  system  extreme  weather  weather  extreme  global  warming  climate  change  economic  damage  jet  stream  UK  Europe  climate  science  climate  crisis  climate  system  science 
october 2015 by asterisk2a
The rainforests hold the key to taming El Niño's destruction | Environment | The Guardian
Healthy forests protect our climate and moderate our weather. As the ‘Godzilla’ El Niño builds in the weeks ahead of Paris talks, it is a timely warning that deforestation is partly to blame for its impacts
deforestation  soil  erosion  flash  floods  flooding  water  scarcity  water  security  Amazonas  El  Nino  climate  change  global  warming  extreme  weather  weather  extreme 
october 2015 by asterisk2a
World's coral reefs under threat from bleaching - BBC News
[ economic damage: tourism ] Scientists in the United States say the world's coral reefs are being attacked by a phenomenon that's only occurred twice before in recorded history. Bleaching is something that happens when water becomes too warm, and it's now happening to reefs from the Pacific to the Atlantic.
ocean  warming  acidification  global  warming  climate  change  ecological  disaster  environmental  disaster  El  Nino  mass  extinction  economic  damage  carbonemission  carbonfootprint  emissions 
october 2015 by asterisk2a
Record El Niño set to cause hunger for 10 million poorest, Oxfam warns | Global development | The Guardian
Charity says countries already facing a ‘major emergency’ include Ethiopia, where 4.5 million people need food aid because of scarcity of rain this year
food  prices  food  poverty  food  security  National  climate  change  extreme  weather  weather  extreme  El  Nino  global  warming  climate  crisis 
october 2015 by asterisk2a
Current El Nino climate event 'among the strongest' - BBC News
Three category four storms seen together in the Pacific for the first time The current El Nino weather phenomenon could be one of the strongest on record, according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). [...] Researchers say that these hurricanes can disrupt the predominant easterly trade winds that are found along the equator. This disruption allows more heat to build up in the eastern part of the Pacific, adding more fuel to stormy conditions. But researchers cautioned that the scale of impacts, especially in the northern hemisphere, is very hard to read because there is also an Arctic warming effect seen in the Atlantic jet stream. "The truth is we don't know what will happen. Will the two patterns reinforce each other? Will they cancel each other? Are they going to act in sequence? Are they going to be regional? We really don't know," David Carlson, the director of the World Climate Research Programme, told news agencies.
El  Nino  jet  stream  climate  science  climate  system  2015 
september 2015 by asterisk2a
Starker El Niño zieht auf: Wetter ändert sich - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Zusammengefasst: An der Oberfläche des Pazifiks breitet sich warmes Wasser aus, der Osten des Ozeans ist bereits zwei Grad wärmer als normal - ein starker El Niño stehe bevor, warnen Meteorologen. Das Wetterphänomen verändert die Witterung in vielen Teilen der Welt. Doch es gibt Verwirrung über unzutreffende El Niño-Prognosen.
El  Nino  climate  science  climate  system  complexity  unknown  unkown 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
El Niño weather event is biggest since 1997, may trigger soaking winter storms - San Jose Mercury News
And now supercomputers at NOAA, NASA and other world-leading scientific institutions are projecting the temperatures in that ocean region by November will hit close to that -- 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit -- the warmest since 1997. // via https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=9862154 // different/opposite for Australia - http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/updates/articles/a008-el-nino-and-australia.shtml // &! not much known for Europe. may affect jet stream position ... again. // Paper Source: http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/analysis_monitoring/enso_advisory/ensodisc.html - Synopsis: There is a greater than 90% chance that El Niño will continue through Northern Hemisphere winter 2015-16, and around an 80% chance it will last into early spring 2016. // drought also in Africa // bit.ly/1mGL2ar - http://www.theguardian.com/environment/elnino
El  Nino  weather  extreme  extreme  weather  weather  system  global  warming  climate  change  food  prices  drought  flash  floods  flooding 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
The Truth About The Global Warming Pause - YouTube
ocean as energy storage (heat), catches and releases it with time delay. changing trade winds (thus also changing jet stream positioning?), increases them when ocean releases energy. [...] new models suggest that we are standing before another energy release from (pacific) ocean and thus a pop in temperatures after +decade of pause from rising air temperature. [ science can only observe and measure what is measurable. we can not run tests based on our assumptions and past experiences on our climate. we can only test with limited/basic climate models in computers based on the complexity scientists have unearthed by observing (putting the complex puzzle together, one item at a time) ] // climate gate - bit.ly/1eUJwRO &! bit.ly/1GIAYHI &! Climategate, the sequel: How we are STILL being tricked with flawed data on global warming - bit.ly/1Lyynqg // &! bit.ly/1IHamrO //
El  Nino  climate  change  climate  science  climate  crisis  climate  system  complexity  unknown  unkown  incomplete  information  extreme  weather  weather  extreme  jet  stream  ocean  warming  ocean  current  climate  gate  climate  model  rising  sea  levels  science  observation 
june 2015 by asterisk2a
'Substantial' El Nino event predicted - BBC News
El Nino is a warming of the Pacific Ocean as part of a complex cycle linking atmosphere and ocean. It is known to disrupt weather patterns around the world, and can bring wetter winters to the southwest US and droughts to northern Australia. The consequences of El Nino are much less clear for Europe and the UK. Research suggest that extreme weather events like El Nino will become more intense as global temperatures rise. // &! week later http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-32815460 - Global food markets could be disrupted by the El Nino event predicted for later this year. [...] Research suggests that extreme El Nino events will become more likely as global temperatures rise. Models suggest that climate change could double the number of extreme El Ninos after 2050.
El  Nino  climate  science  climate  system  butterfly  effect  extreme  weather  weather  extreme 
may 2015 by asterisk2a

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