RedskyNews Category: Scorching Sun – Event 11

Earth Is Heating Up Faster Than Ever

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According to experts at NASA, global warming is seriously impacting planet Earth; in fact, NASA’s top climate scientist has gone on the record to say that currently, Earth is warming at a faster pace that the planet has seen in

Severe Heat Will Soon Make Africa And Middle East Uninhabitable

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Climate change could cause Middle East and North Africa to become uninhabitable by 2050, a new study has suggested. Despite the agreement of international leaders in the recently concluded UN climate summit in Paris, researchers from the Cyprus Institute and

Record Temperatures Scorch Middle East

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Record-shattering temperatures this summer have scorched countries from Morocco to Saudi Arabia and beyond, as climate experts warn that the severe weather could be a harbinger of worse to come. UN officials and climate scientists predict that, in coming decades,

Canada Heatwave Pushes Mercury Past 30 C

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EDMONTON – At a time when pools are typically being emptied and furnaces fired up for the fall, Prairie folks are swimming and running their air conditioners. People are desperately seeking shade as they watch the leaves drifting from the

Future U.S. heat waves will be worse

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The nation is headed for strong heat waves in coming decades that will hit cities and farmers and threaten wildlife with extinction, a new global warming report warns. The report, “More Extreme Heat Waves: Global Warming’s Wake Up Call,” sponsored

Australia heatwave claims 37 lives

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As the Arctic freeze sweeps Britain, a record-breaking heatwave in Australia has claimed the lives of 37 people and sparked bushfiresthat have destroyed 29 homes. South Australia and Victoria have been the worst affected, enduring six consecutive days of temperatures

Australia Wilts As Worst Heatwave Ever Hits

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Emergency services have gone to high alert in southeast Australia as the region’s worst heatwave in a century sent temperatures soaring and residents scurrying for cover. Authorities warned elderly, sick and infant residents of the states of Victoria and South