Here’s a Proof that Global Warming is Affecting our Weather



If there’s any proof that global warming is affecting our weather, a small town named Saskatchewan, Canada is a perfect indicator.

Here’s an interesting report from CBC News, posted online on February 14, 2018.

If further proof is needed to convince you that climate change is real, you need to go to Saskatchewan, Canada, where global warming has increased the changes from flooding to drought conditions.

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The place possesses unique weather conditions which quantifies during climate change. The swings indicate that drought and flood cycles are more severe than any other place on earth.
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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

German research says river flooding likely to intensify



Germany’s Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research raised a warning that even developed countries are now becoming more vulnerable to flooding.

Developed countries in the west, no matter how advanced their infrastructures are, are facing the growing threat of river flooding.

So say Sven N. Willmer and his companions in their study published by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), a Germany-based environmental think-tank.

intensified_river_floodingRiver flood results when intense rainfall makes bodies of water overflow. A recent study from Germany’s Potsdam institute for Climate Impact Research said there is a possibility that river floods will affect even developed countries in the west. | photo courtesy of www.bbc.co.uk./news

Their study, entitled “Adaptation Required to Preserve Future High-End River Flood Risk at Present Levels”, discussed how the steady warming of the earth can worsen the already perennial river flooding in Europe, America, and Asia.
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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

Tracking Flood from the Outer Space



The outer space is a vast expanse. Orbiting satellites can be used to monitor weather systems and their effects – including flood.

The so-called “outer space” is vast and infinite. Billions of galaxies are spread throughout the universe, while each of them galaxies contain billions of stars. With these in mind, how can the space be connected to flooding?

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Definitely, there’s no way flooding can occur anywhere in the outer space. However, the satellites orbiting in the outer space can monitor floods on earth.
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