Category: water

England could face droughts in 20 years due to climate breakdown – report: undefined

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1.9 billion people at risk from mountain water shortages, study shows: undefined

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As the climate collapses, we can either stand together – or perish alone | Tim Hollo:

Survivalist retreat shuts off the possibility of action. It assumes that there is no longer any chance of preventing catastrophe, that there is nothing left to be done, that no action to reduce our impact will have any effect. While the scientists whose research I read and who I speak to are increasingly desperate, none condone this view. All argue that, even if we were to pull out all stops now and drive the fastest and largest transition in human history, we will still face severe impacts for generations to come. We will almost certainly lose all corals, including the Great Barrier Reef, for example. Fires and storms and droughts will continue to get more intense and frequent. Make no mistake, things will be bad. But, if we act fast, it doesn’t have to mean extinction. The worst thing to do right now would be to cut off that option and give in to those who want to keep milking profits out of the destruction of our only home. That only makes it less likely that any of us will survive.

Amazing up close photo of a water spot near Rimini, Italy.

Photo: Francesco Gennari: Storm Chasing and Weather Photography

Amazing up close photo of a water spot near Rimini, Italy.

Photo: Francesco Gennari: Storm Chasing and Weather Photography

What if you walked in from a week vacation and saw this, what’s your reaction or comment?

Photo Credit: Facebook find

Amazing photo of 3 lightning strikes near Cres Island, Croatia

Photo: Sandro Puncet Photos