Sechstageregen bringt Europa schon das zweite „Jahrhunderthochwasser“ innerhalb von 12 Monaten

Deutscher Wetterdienst (Mai 2014): Das Weltzentrum für Niederschlagsklimatologie (WZN) im DWD hat Ähnlichkeiten und Unterschiede der hydro-meteorologischen Randbedingungen der Überschwemmungen auf dem Balkan im Mai 2014 mit dem Hochwasser in Deutschland im Juni 2013 untersucht. Die Bilder der Überschwemmungen an Donau und Elbe im letzten Jahr sind noch nicht aus dem Kopf, da wird Europa…

Global Warming Speeds Up Methane Emissions from Freshwater

By Tim Radford (Climate News Network): Scientists think the amount of methane emitted to the atmosphere from freshwater ecosystems will increase as the climate warms, triggering further warming. LONDON, 20 March – British scientists have identified yet another twist to the threat of global warming. Any further rises in temperature are likely to accelerate the release of methane from…

Join Oxford University, BOINC Research Project To Assess Weather Anomalies

ClimatePrediction a University of Oxford project, recently launched an experiment to help better understand the impacts of precipitation on UK weather. The goal is to determine whether global warming made this winter’s extreme deluge more likely to occur, or not. Live Results Signup How to join the climateprediction.net experiment -> Getting Started http://www.climateprediction.net/getting-started/ Climate Prediction…

Climate Change Pushes World to Brink of Food Crisis

By Robert Scribbler:  Food… Along with water and energy, which are related to its production, it is one of the key commodities necessary to keep the world’s 7.1 billion people alive, healthy and happy. Its price and availability can determine the fate of nations and the stability of the world’s economic system. Rising prices mean…

Jason Box explains the unprecedented Winter 2014 (Northern Hemisphere)

ClimateCrocks: Dr. Jason Box, Chief Scientist of the Dark Snow Project, and a researcher formerly of the Byrd Polar Center at Ohio State, now with the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland – has spent the last week in Svalbard, a group of Islands high in the arctic, controlled by Norway. I asked him to chat by…

Christchurch, NZ – One in 100 Year Flood – Aerial Footage 2014

3 News reports: Global warming warning after ChCh floods Christchurch cleans up after latest natural disaster: It could still take two years to fully implement a flood… http://t.co/HcxrmZuWS8 — nzherald National (@nzheraldnznews) March 6, 2014 Strong storm brings 100-year flood to Christchurch, N. Zealand—a city already ravaged by 2011 earthquake @DiscoverMag http://t.co/vo2evLgGsE — Tom Yulsman…

UK: Wettest Winter In 250 Years (Infographic)

What begun during December last year accumulated to Britain’s wettest January since at least 1776, and the bad weather is showing no sign of abating through February. BBC: UK Winter wettest on record – Met Office http://t.co/Je0VHvwL9D #ukfloods #climate — ClimateNow (@ClimateNow) February 20, 2014 Thousands of evacuated homes with more at risk, especially from…

UK Hammered by Climate Fueled Storms

Peter Sinclair (ClimateCrocks) published a new video, covering the recent unprecedented flooding and storm onslaught in Britain. UK suffers wettest winter on record | Environment | http://t.co/vSayllw9Wk http://t.co/drjhGpOawL #UK #climate #flood — John Lundin (@johnlundin) February 21, 2014 Peter Sinclair: I first interviewed Dr. Alun Hubbard on the edge of the Watson River in Kangerlussuaq,…