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2019 global natural disaster assessment report

09/04/2020. This report systematically assessed the global natural disasters occurred in 2019 and over the last 30 years,

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Seven things you need to know about climate change and conflict

Article published on ICRC website on 07/09/2020 A new ICRC report, When rain turns to dust, explores how countries enduring conflict are disproportionately affected by climate change and climate variability.* Here are seven things you need to know: 1. Of…

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Climate change at the centre of new global IFRC strategy

12/05/2019. “The message couldn’t be clearer: climate change is an existential threat that is already completely altering the work we do"

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Extreme weather hit 60 million people in 2018

01/24/2019. The study showed that earthquakes and tsunamis claimed more lives than any other type of hazard.

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Greenhouse gases triggering more changes than we can handle

12/19/2018. This research reveals that societies face a much larger threat from climate change than previous studies have suggested.

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5 natural disasters that beg for climate action

Climate hazards are natural events in weather cycles. We are currently witnessing a scale of destruction and devastation that is new and terrifying.

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Monsoon rains threaten Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh

04/19/2018. Malteser International is supporting efforts at building response capacities on the ground in preparation for the impending disaster.

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Climate change is the story you missed in 2017

12/07/2017. Some of Trump’s tweets generate more national coverage than devastating disasters. As the weather gets worse, we need journalism to get better.

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How Environmental security and human rights are linked?

10/05/2017. According to experts, the natural resources and their fair distributions are essential to ensure the human rights.

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A climate in crisis

04/27/2017. How climate change is making drought and humanitarian disaster worse in East Africa.

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