Showing posts from October 19, 2014

Athens: Heavy Rains Bring Chaos To Greek Capital- It's Raining All Over The World

This is now their new normal:

Floods hit Tenerife, Canary Islands killing five and dispclacing hundreds:

Powerful flash flood in Switzerland... The Alps are melting as are the majority of glaciers around the world:

The US Midwest:

Swedish Town "Like Venice" After Heavy Rain


Extreme drought and floods globally more severe and recurrent/common. Have we already gone too far?

As CO2 emissions continue to rise bringing the planet to record warmth and we continue to take water for granted as we deforest more land just what is the disconnect? If you have ever been sick to the point where you had to change the way you do things in your life in order to preserve your health, it becomes much more clearer just how important it is to do the same for your only home. I will never understand the human mind and its seeming propensity for self destruction.

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Climate Change Plays Havoc With World's Weather

São Paulo running out of water as rain-making Amazon vanishes

São Paulo running out of water as rain-making Amazon vanishes

Dry conditions have delayed planting of the 2014-2015 soybean crop, threatening Brazil's goal to reach an output record for a third straight year.

Ironically, soybean production, as well as cattle ranching and logging, are responsible to a great deal of Amazon deforestation, scientists say.

Deforestation jumped by 29 percent in the last officially recorded period, between August 2012 and July 2013, marking the first increase since 2008.

A survey produced by INPE using satellite imaging showed that the Amazon lost 5,891 square kilometers, or 2,275 square miles, of forests in that period, an area almost five times the size of the city of New York.

With fewer trees, the Amazon's capacity to work as a water pump, absorbing moisture from the Atlantic Ocean and releasing millions of liters of humidity into the air, is being reduced, scientists say.

Brazilian meteorologist José Marengo, who has co…

We Are Water

Incredible capturing of the face and soul of water. Hope it touches you as it did me.

Robbie Crawford Arts

Water loves. Water heals. Water is life.