Italy is UNDERWATER, Canada is ON FIRE → Who Will Stop the Climate Cerberus Attacks?
💦 Northern Italy is in the grip of water. The rains have been falling for several days with a particular intensity, in some places the precipitation is unprecedented in terms of its quantity and intensity.
MAY 16-17, 2023
🌊 ITALY: Abnormal rains and overflowing rivers have left many provinces of the EMILIA-ROMAGNA REGION under water. The situation of local streams is extremely difficult: 14 rivers have already flooded, many approaching dangerous levels. There have also been numerous landslides.
🆘 Three people have been confirmed dead and there are people missing. More than 6,000 people have been evacuated and the number is growing, many more have had to flee on rooftops while waiting for help.
See more about these and other climatic disasters around the world in a new report from Breaking News.
Tropical cyclone Mocha was the second strongest cyclone ashore in the northern Indian Ocean in the history of observations in the region. Prior to landfall, it was assigned the highest category 5.
MAY 14, 2023.
🌀 MYANMAR: Catastrophic Cyclone Mocha, with wind speeds of more than 200 km/h, struck the coast of Myanmar.
The storm destroyed houses, downed trees and cell phone towers, snapped power lines, but saddest of all, it took lives and injured hundreds more.
Fleeing the flooding, residents climbed to upper floors and roofs of buildings, where many had to spend all night waiting to be rescued.
MAY 14, 2023.
🌀 BANGLADESH: Cyclone Mocha also passed through neighboring Bangladesh, leaving behind floods and landslides. About 750,000 people were evacuated here on the eve of its arrival.
May 2023 will be remembered by Western Canadians for unprecedented fires. Hot, dry weather and strong winds contributed to more and more fires.
FIRST HALF OF MAY 2023
🔥 CANADA: More than 100 wildfires have occurred in the provinces of ALBERT and BRITAIN COLUMBIA since the beginning of the month. Nearly 25,000 people have been displaced from their homes, many of them with nowhere to go back to.
🆘 A state of emergency was declared in Alberta on May 6 as dozens of blazes could not be brought under control for a long time.
More than 410,000 hectares have already burned in Alberta since the beginning of the year. The area burned is larger than the country of Luxembourg. A total of about 420 wildfires have occurred during this period – twice as many as during the same time last year.
FIRST HALF OF MAY 2023
🔥 RUSSIAN FEDERATION: In the first half of April, apocalyptic fires also engulfed several regions of Russia. The fires raged in the Volga region, the southern Urals and Western Siberia. Hundreds of houses and even entire villages were turned into lifeless ashes.
Many people were reported dead.
Although human error is said to be the main cause of the fires, a lack of spring rainfall, high temperatures and strong winds have contributed to the uncontrolled spread of the fire.
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