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   Forecast of further rain in New Zealand

The torrential rains that particularly affected the large city of Auckland (one million six hundred thousand inhabitants) causing four victims and considerable damage, with flooded homes, landslides, evacuations and delays or cancellations of flights, could continue to affect New Zealand; at least according to weather forecasts that claim that these are extreme phenomena linked to climate change and many aid calls are expected from people in distress. To be reported changing the subject but remaining on naturalistic issues other emergencies such as an earthquake 5.9 with its epicenter near Khoy in the north-west of Iran on the border with Turkey that caused at least three victims and three hundred injured, then the link indicated by some between deforestation in the Amazon and serious water crisis in the Himalayan regions.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Jan 30, 2023                  n:   5247      
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   Use of low-quality fuels in Iran

The air would be unbreathable in Iran at the power plants that are burning instead of gas that is scarce a low-quality fuel based on heavy hydrocarbons called "mazut" because of the PM2.5 PM10 particulate matter that emanates from the chimneys due to the difficult combustion of this fossil oil. A cold wave is hitting the country paralyzing the population with sub-zero temperatures forcing according to some to the use of mazut despite the authorities deny its use, but the thick white smoke with decidedly unhealthy effects that comes out of the chimneys of the plants seems to be clearly visible from satellites. To be noted changing the subject but remaining on naturalistic issues other emergencies such as floods in Auckland in New Zealand with three victims and an icy polar vortex that is investing several Asian countries with record peaks of cold in China.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Jan 28, 2023                  n:   5246      
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   Italy in the grip of extreme weather events

While the wave of bad weather continues characterized in some regions by heavy rainfall and consequent flooding, copious snowfall and cold with three victims damage and inconvenience, there is talk of the effects on the territory of extreme climatic events for example for the low flow of the Po river, low level of many lakes in the North and with the aquifer that has not yet sufficiently recharged. The food sustainability of many areas would also be at risk due to the consumption of land for overbuilding, then agriculture will not be able to cope with water scarcity if it does not rain abundantly in the coming months and spring; in fact, the demand for water continues to increase and no hydraulic works have been carried out to create large water reserves without considering the high cost of fertilizers and fuels to support the agricultural supply chain due to the conflict in Ukraine.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Jan 27, 2023                  n:   5245      
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   Heavy snow hinders connections in Japan

An unusual front of cold weather and extreme low pressure characterized by intense snowfall would have hindered connections in Japan with for example hundreds of train cancellations and inconvenience for people sometimes staying overnight in stations, then there is talk of one victim plus two others that are being investigated if they are not due to the wave of bad weather. The snow is defined as particularly heavy especially in the areas of the country bordering the Sea of Japan with the city of Maniwa in the west with a record of ninety-three centimeters of snow cover in one day. A cargo ship sailing between Japan and South Korea sank apparently due to strong winds from the storm and thirteen of the twenty-two crew members were rescued, while the search for the remaining missing continues.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Jan 26, 2023                  n:   5244      
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   Damage in Italy due to the wave of bad weather

The wave of bad weather that has been affecting some regions of Italy for some days continues to cause difficulties; there is talk of a victim in Trentino overwhelmed by an avalanche and an injured, then a missing in the province of Rimini for intense snowfall that is also causing interruptions in the electricity supply and communication problems. In Amatrice in Lazio temperatures have reached minus seven degrees Celsius, considering that the population affected in the past by a strong earthquake lives largely in temporary housing modules and there are fears for the tightness of the roofs due to the very wet, heavy snow, defined as "concrete" and the roads are icy and impassable. Schools closed in many centers and storm surges on the coasts with entire beaches eroded by strong waves. To report changing the subject but remaining on naturalistic themes that a tornado in Texas has collapsed numerous buildings and overturned many cars.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Jan 25, 2023                  n:   5243      
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   Attention in some countries on children's syrups

Following more than three hundred cases of deaths of children (most under the age of five, from acute kidney injury) that occurred last year in The Gambia, Indonesia and Uzbekistan due to cough syrups with high levels of ethylene-diethylene glycol the international health authorities warn to take effective measures to protect children from contaminated medicines. These toxic chemicals used for industrial solvents and antifreeze liquids can be fatal even if taken in small quantities and should never be found in medicines, then many countries should keep in mind that these are not just isolated accidents. For some specific similar medicines requests for removal from shelves had also been issued, while manufacturers generally deny that their products are contaminated or claim that investigations are necessary.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Jan 24, 2023                  n:   5242      
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   Planting a small forest near Paris

Using a Japanese method defined as pioneering, volunteers try to take root the seedlings to grow a small forest in a suburb of Paris in order to mitigate the effects of climate change on the metropolis that is also a reserve of biodiversity able to cope with, for example, the increasingly frequent heat waves. Some say that there is not enough research on this method that in addition to being expensive has a rather low survival rate for trees. It should be noted that lately we are trying to develop new methods of rooting for trees since they find themselves growing in conditions relatively different from those of just a decade ago, then compared to the needs of the planet to face deforestation it would be necessary to plant a huge number of trees, but without there being the real availability in garden centers.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Jan 23, 2023                  n:   5241      
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   Study on ice cores in Greenland

Data from ice samples taken with cores in Greenland have not been adequately updated since 1995, and the researchers say data from 2011 samples show a dramatic rise in temperatures. Samples of core drilling carried out in 2019 are also available, but their study has not yet been completed although they are expected to show how temperatures have continued to rise given the rapid melting of ice monitored recently. In practice there is a lack of data demonstrating the strong overheating that has hit Greenland with disastrous consequences, a kind of leap and quantifiable as the largest in a thousand years. Needless to say that melting this ice means a threat to homes, businesses, economies and communities located in all coastal areas of the planet.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Jan 21, 2023                  n:   5240      
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   Request for funds and environmental aid in Malaysia

The authorities of Malaysia grappling with an increasingly pressing environmental crisis due to frequent floods and fires against the forest with clouds of smoke that emanate from the vegetation that burns and make the air unbreathable would like to ask for funds and global aid allocated to deal with the effects of climate change, at least according to the statements of environmentalists. Intervening in works useful for the conservation and restoration of forest, wetlands, naturalistic balance and biodiversity could be more useful than building concrete works such as drainage tunnels if want to avoid floods and also to mitigate the increase in temperatures and extreme events. The country's goal would be to achieve zero emissions by 2050 and funds have already been allocated previously for the protection of forests and marine areas.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Jan 20, 2023                  n:   5239      
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   More damage due to a wave of bad weather in Italy

The high storms that are affecting the Tyrrhenian coasts would have caused damage especially to tourist facilities and infrastructures in Liguria, there is also talk of a missing as well as inconvenience for the population; then in Campania about four hundred evacuations to Casamicciola on the island of Ischia where the hydrogeological risk grows, but it is in the province of Salerno that there was the greatest damage due to torrential rains that flooded the rivers with consequent flooding and agricultural cultures ended up underwater (even vineyards of fine wines). Other emergencies due to the wave of bad weather include, for example, a landslide in Cascia in Umbria, then storm surges on the Lazio coast, a landslide on a road near Amatrice, then a whirlwind in Valmontone with two injured and a sharp drop in temperatures in the North with some discomfort.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Jan 19, 2023                  n:   5238      
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