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’Climate breakdown is supercharging toll of extreme weather worldwide’
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’Climate breakdown is supercharging toll of extreme weather worldwide’

11 August 2022

By the Climate Centre The UK’s Guardian newspaper last week published what it says is the most comprehensive compilation to date of hundreds of climate attribution studies of how much worse or more likely an extreme weather event is because of climate change. The report, by the paper’s Environment Editor Damian Carrington, shows how “people across the world are losing their lives and livelihoods due to more deadly and more[..]

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Petersberg climate dialogue held against backdrop of heat and fire emergencies

Petersberg climate dialogue held against backdrop of heat and fire emergencies

21 July 2022

By the Climate Centre The 13th annual Petersberg Climate Dialogue, hosted by Germany jointly with COP27 president Egypt, was held[..]

Climate change increased heavy Brazil rainfall that was ‘far outside observed records’

6 July 2022

By the Climate Centre A new study from the World Weather Attribution group of international scientists says the extreme rainfall[..]

Climate change increased heavy Brazil rainfall that was ‘far outside observed records’