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4 results for 'climate'

England’s Deluge

By Anastasia , published on Jul 3, 2012

How’s the weather where you are? Oh, the weather, the weather; it’s such an English obsession. But, goodness, there has never been any more reason to talk about it than there is now. Our summer so far has been a complete washout. Annette (my horse) and I usually go for long and leisurely hacks on Sunday mornings but recently the bridal paths we both love have been far too water-logged and muddy for enjoyment.

Last week the deluge was so bad that Scotland threatened to drift away from England! I’m not exaggerating; well, OK, I am, ever so slightly. The truth is that both of the... (more)

Tags: weather, climate, lightning storms, flooding


By Philip F. Harris, published on Dec 13, 2011

... Advice? Keep basic necessities on hand. Have as many energy back-ups as possible-ways to cook, heat, light and eat. Rice and beans will get you through. Many more jobs will be lost, be prepared for the worst because the choices our leaders have made, or haven’t made, spells disaster! CLIMATE – Totally no good news here either. Just look at all of the severe weather records that have been broken and the total inaction on the part of world leaders to ameliorate human impact on climate. Environmental disasters will continue to decimate insurance funds, destroy personal... (more)

Tags: politics, economics, 2012, climate, prophecy, nostradamus, mayan

The connection between climate change and global food rates

By KaiserD, published on Mar 8, 2011

Extreme weather linked to change in climate has been wreaking havoc on global crops. Global food demand is increasing as supplies are diminished by bad weather. Soaring globe food prices are threatening the stability of governments and more intense weather is in the forecast.

Rise in costs of food throughout the world

Last month, world food rates went to an all time high. In December the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Food Price Index beat the record set during the 2008 food turmoil. World food prices went up in Jan another 3 percent according to the FAO.... (more)

Tags: food, climate change, climate, shortage, food crisis, extreme weather, global crops

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