La Nina

 
Increasing our resilience to extreme weather and climate events
Increasing our resilience to extreme weather and climate events
As much as South Africa’s climate variations are characterised by severe spatial and temporal fluctuations in rainfall, with a record...
World temperatures to increase by 2°C by 2080
World temperatures to increase by 2°C by 2080
On Monday, the fifth climate change report by the International Panel on Climate Change was released. The 2 216 pages by the UN body use dry...
Aussies set to feel the heat
Aussies set to feel the heat
Australia's climate is warming at an alarming rate and is set to become drier despite recent record floods, scientists said on Wednesday in a...
Topsy turvy weather chaos storms into 2012
Topsy turvy weather chaos storms into 2012
The year 2012 has begun where 2011 left off with weird weather in Europe and the Americas, Arctic ice almost at its lowest extent ever recorded in...
It'll be wet wet wet as La Niña grips South Africa
It'll be wet wet wet as La Niña grips South Africa
The summer rainfall regions of South Africa are in for wet weather, as an episode of the weather phenomenon La Niña settles in for the rest of the...
Millions of lives threatened in the Horn of Africa
Millions of lives threatened in the Horn of Africa
Four-year-old Hussein Musa sits propped against his mother in a thatch-roofed hut, in a section cordoned off under a scorching sun to mark those...
Philippines faces more rain as flood deaths mount
Philippines faces more rain as flood deaths mount
Hundreds of thousands of people already reeling from floods across the Philippines have been told to expect further heavy rains until March,...

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