What exactly is climate change?
Is it man-made or are the climate deniers right?
In the article from Spiegel - link in the reference - you will find an easy to understand analysis of the facts. You can find even more information on the education server and the website of the Federal Environment Agency Germany.
Scientists on the effects of bushfires on climate change
To date, approximately 900 million tonnes of CO2, almost double the CO2 emissions from bushfires, have been produced in Australia in one year and the Australian fire season is not over.
A city in Bulgaria runs out of water
The Studena reservoir has almost dried up
In Pernik at the moment there is only occasional water from the tap and it is dirty and stinks. The town is supplied by a drinking water reservoir and it is almost dried up.
7 years without rain in Southafrica
Last change: Isolde Moussot 18.01.2020
Africa's wildlife is dying because of the drought. Film about the current situation.
More volcanic eruptions due to climate change?
The reason is said to be a decreasing pressure on the earth's crust because the ice is melting.
Hitzewellen gibt es auch Unterwasser in den Ozeanen
Last change: Isolde Moussot 14.01.2020
Tagelang anhaltende Hitzewellen lassen ganze Meeresregionen absterben, wird berichtet. Die Häufigkeit der Hitzwellen in den Ozeanen hat in den letzten Jahren zugenommen. Sie kommen öfters vor, halten länger an und sind stärker als zuvor.
Die Ozeane sind 2019 am wärmer als alle vorangegangenen Jahre seit Begin der globalen Aufzeichnungen
Die letzten 10 Jahre haben die höchsten Temperaturen seit den 1950igern, wobei die letzten 5 Jahre die wärmsten sind. Zudem beschleunigt sich die Erwärmung der Meere durch den Klimawandel.
The year 2019 was the warmest in Europe since weather records began
The years 2014, 2015 and 2018 were also very warm, just below that of 2019, and globally 2018 is the warmest year since weather records began.
Man-made emissions of CO2 hundred times greater than vulcanos
Last change: Isolde Moussot 10.01.2020
This is the result of a decade long research. Read more about in the indicated source.
The smoke clouds of the bush fires from Australia reach South America
After 11000 km across the Pacific Ocean, the smoke of the bush fires of Australia reaches Chile and Argentina in South America. But the smoke has global effects not only there. It has caused massive CO2 emissions that are driving global warming even further.
Worldwide methane emissions on one map
Methane contributes significantly to global warming. On this interactive map you can see how much methane is emitted in which regions of the earth at what time.
SOS for Australia
The bushfires are out of control
The bushfires in Australia have become so extensive that they are threatening more and more houses. Animals and people are dying in the flames.