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Global environmental developments in December 2022

Anadolu Agency 21 Jan 2023
- More than 200 million people, roughly 60% of the US population, are under some form of winter weather warnings or advisories, says the National Weather Service. - The number of children facing dire drought conditions across Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia has more than doubled in five months, according to the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) ... .
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Ancient farming strategy holds promise for climate resilience

Phys Dot Org 11 Jan 2023
Morgan Ruelle was living in the remote mountains of Ethiopia in 2011, researching his dissertation on food diversity, when he kept hearing about a crop that confused him ... "I hear farmers in Ethiopia saying, I don't know what to do—the weather is so unpredictable now." ... But the practice continues today in Eritrea, India, Georgia, Greece and Ethiopia.
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Hunger, disease explode in Africa and are likely to get worse

Finger Lakes Times 24 Dec 2022
Climate-driven weather disasters across a dozen African countries are threatening the physical and mental development of an entire generation, and their plight is expected to get even worse next year, the head of the WHO Foundation warned ... Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan and South Sudan are among the worst-affected nations.
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Climate-driven weather disasters across a dozen African countries to worsen in 2023

Business Day 23 Dec 2022
Climate-driven weather disasters across a dozen African countries are threatening the physical and mental development of an entire generation and their plight is expected to get even worse next year, the head of the WHO Foundation warned.  ... Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan and South Sudan are among the worst-affected nations.
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Despite Claims, Drought In Horn Of Africa Not ‘Climate Change’

Principia Scientific 15 Dec 2022
If there is to be a global food crisis, it won’t be ‘climate change’ that causes it, but rather the heavy-handed and ultimately futile efforts at controlling the weather by regulating how people grow crops and livestock ... in Kenya and neighboring Somalia and Ethiopia.
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SDGs and the Triple C crisis

The News International 12 Dec 2022
The sporadic but persistent outbreaks of coronavirus raise a highly uneasy question ... And that, I am afraid, is not all ... In conflict zones such as Afghanistan, Ethiopia and Yemen, farming and humanitarian aid are disrupted. Climate change means extreme weather events, like floods in Pakistan and drought in the Horn of Africa, are becoming more common ... .
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Climate Change Is Driving Up Food Prices

WhoWhatWhy 08 Dec 2022
We’re either importing food from those locales, or relying on them as a source of genetic characteristics to lend our commercial crops resistance to new diseases, pests, and extreme weather conditions ... due largely to extreme weather conditions — not enough rain, too much heat.
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Chef Marcus Samuelsson on the gifts that add spice to his Miami life

New York Post 01 Dec 2022
Located in Overtown — known as the Harlem of the South — its elevated comfort-food standouts include the fried yardbird served with chef-at-large Amaris Jones’ collards. Samuelsson, who was born in Ethiopia and raised in Sweden, may have first visited South Florida for the weather, but he tells Alexa that he keeps returning for its bold flavors ... ....
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Ethiopia: Finnish Company Powers New Weather Radar Network With Solar Energy

All Africa 28 Nov 2022
... powered Ethiopia's new weather radar network with solar energy.
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Filtering for safety

Capital Ethiopia 27 Nov 2022
But in case of countries like Ethiopia, it seems to be a more difficult problem because you’re not suffering too much from the cold weather in certain areas ... Do you have any projects in Africa for example in Ethiopia? ... We have lots of projects, for example in Ethiopia we have partners such as B&M furniture.
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Global hunger is now more a problem of price than availability

Economist 18 Nov 2022
THE WORLD is entering 2023 in a hunger crisis ... As many as 50m people will begin 2023 on the brink of famine ... In conflict zones, such as Afghanistan, Ethiopia and Yemen, farming will be disrupted. Climate change means extreme weather events, like the floods in Pakistan and drought in the Horn of Africa, are becoming more common.
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Opinion: Column by Eugene Robinson

Traverse City Record-Eagle 17 Nov 2022
WASHINGTON — Industrialized nations are mostly responsible for climate change, but developing nations are suffering some of the most devastating impacts ... Morally, the answer is clear ... Absent from that list are countries such as Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya and Pakistan — all of which are now ravaged by extreme weather events blamed on climate change ... .
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Eugene Robinson: Climate disaster is coming for rich nations

Winston-Salem Journal 16 Nov 2022
WASHINGTON — Industrialized nations are mostly responsible for climate change, but developing nations are suffering some of the most devastating impacts ... Morally, the answer is clear ... Absent from that list are countries such as Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya and Pakistan — all of which are now ravaged by extreme weather events blamed on climate change ... .
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Eugene Robinson: Rich nations, don't be blind. Climate disaster is coming for you

The North Platte Telegraph 15 Nov 2022
WASHINGTON — Industrialized nations are mostly responsible for climate change, but developing nations are suffering some of the most devastating impacts ... Morally, the answer is clear ... Absent from that list are countries such as Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya and Pakistan — all of which are now ravaged by extreme weather events blamed on climate change ... .

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