Flooding in Germany after thunderstorms with heavy rain and hail
Due to low winds in high air layers, the thunderstorms did not move on at all or only slowly. Therefore, locally
Compostable battery from the 3D printer.
It consists of carbon, glycerine, common salt and cellulose.
Zyklon Yaas trifft auf die Ostküste von Indien
Mindestens 5 Tote, 20 000 Häuser wurden beschädigt
Last change: Isolde Moussot 27.05.2021
2 Millionen Menschen befinden sich in Notunterkünften. Tausende Dörfer wurden überschwämmt. Zahlreiche Dämme sind gebrochen. Die Stadt Digha wurde von sehr hohen Wellen getroffen und überschwemmt.
48 degrees Celsius in Iran
Heat wave in the Middle East. A high of 48.4 Gtad was recorded in Iran. Iraq is also affected. A high of 47.2 degrees was measured there.
30 degrees in Russia and Siberia and cold spring in Europe
While Europe has an unusually cold spring in 2021, Russia to Siberia has temperatures 30 degrees and more.
Seeds to borrow in the library
In Lüneburg and some other cities in Germany, seeds can be borrowed from the library. However, the seeds do not have to be returned immediately,
Currently the world's largest iceberg, slightly larger than Mallorca, detaches from the ice shelf in Antarctica
Last change: Isolde Moussot 21.05.2021
According to ESA, the iceberg named A-76 is about 170 km long and 25 km wide, making it the largest iceberg in the world to date.
Parts of the Greenland ice sheet have been shown to destabilise
Has the tipping point been reached soon and what are the implications?
Destabilisation of central-western areas of the ice sheet could be an early warning sign that a tipping point for the Greenland ice sheet will soon be reached. Feedback effects, such as increased snowfall as warmer air absorbs more moisture, could still slow this down,
Drought emergency in California
April and May were unusually warm.
From May 2021, flexible organic solar film is expected to be mass-produced in Dresden
You can use it everywhere where other modules are too heavy and inflexible. It can be glued on!
The current climate protection law in Germany is illegal in parts according to a ruling by the Constitutional Court
The judges in Karlsruhe examined 4 lawsuits. Fridays for Future and several environmental organisations supported the plaintiffs, including BUND, Deutsche Umwelthilfe, and Greenpeace.
Arctic ice loss could have an impact on weather in Europe
New studies clarify the connections. Europe could see more snow in the future.