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   Abnormal heat in Italy and smog in the North

Monitored temperatures on average very high for the month of October due to the effects of an anticyclone of African origin combined with global warming, some say that it seems July with beaches that are filled with bathers and cities where refreshment is sought in the shade of trees as happens in Florence that with over thirty degrees Celsius would be among the hottest. The anomalous temperatures in the Alps threaten the glaciers already put to the test for months characterized by heat waves with zero temperature stably above four thousand meters and beyond. As far as smog is concerned the persistence of high pressure favors the accumulation of fine dust and the Po Valley seen from satellite appears to be covered by a pall of soot, in some centers in the North measures have been taken to limit the traffic of more polluting vehicles.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Oct 02, 2023                  n:   5457      
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   Floods due to storms in New York

The authorities would have declared a state of emergency in New York and other areas due to torrential rains resulting in floods that paralyzed the subway and the airport, then the population is warned to stay at home (if live on the first floors keeping ready to go up the floor) or in a safe place so as not to expose yourself to risks by venturing into impassable roads and flooded underpasses; hardships also in large areas of the north-east of the United States affected by heavy rains. Of note changing the subject but remaining on naturalistic issues the recent cyclone with floods and inconveniences that hit Greece a short distance from another vortex that caused victims and damage; then the announcement of Austria, France, Germany, Poland and Switzerland of a record heat for the month of September.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Sep 30, 2023                  n:   5456      
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   Consequences of warmer oceans

Following the extreme record of ice melt monitored in Antarctica in the winter period in which it should have touched a peak of expansion, a debate has opened about the consequences of increasingly warm oceans especially the surface layer; in fact, after a relative stability despite decades of overheating of the seas since August 2016 this trend has not been observed again. It could be the beginning of a decline in the ice of Antarctica with not immediate impact on sea level because it is salt water already present in the sea that freezes and then melts, but the white of the ice reflects more the sun's rays than the water of the oceans accentuating global warming; then the coasts of Antarctica will be more exposed to the action of sea waves destabilizing the polar cap and therefore with a significant rise in the seas.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Sep 29, 2023                  n:   5455      
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   Severe drought in the Amazon

The rivers that allow survival in the Amazon would be suffering and the authorities of Brazil are preparing measures to deal with the severe drought that is killing the fish floating on the surface on the rivers also contaminating the water making it not drinkable, then also the transport routes are hindered by the low level of the rivers and also a lot of food travels on the waterways without counting the poor fish harvest. Five hundred thousand people possibly affected in the Amazon, for example, the level of the Rio Negro river has dropped by an average of thirty centimeters a day since about mid-September. To be noted changing the subject but remaining on naturalistic issues that for Antarctica is speak not of a record year of melting of ice but of extreme record, is expect a more detailed report that promises to be very worrying.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Sep 28, 2023                  n:   5454      
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   Fossil fuels still under the spotlight

Fossil fuels are the first cause of climate change at least according to the opinion of researchers who point out that the carbon previously stored in the subsoil was out of the carbon cycle, but extracted and burned becoming the well-known climate-changing gas carbon dioxide has reached the atmosphere beginning to overheat the planet more and more with the greenhouse effect; so in practice the climate crisis is a fossil fuel crisis and even the 2015 Paris Agreement to tackle climate change does not mention coal, oil and gas; then most extreme phenomena would have a direct link to climate change. To report changing the subject but remaining on naturalistic themes an earthquake of magnitude 4.2 at the Phlegraean Fields in Pozzuoli near Naples in Italy (no damage) due to the phenomenon of bradyseism.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Sep 27, 2023                  n:   5453      
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   Consequences of fires on animals

A study carried out in Canada would have shown high stress in animals in response to the fires that affected British Columbia, for example, by analyzing the excrement left by animals that reveal high concentrations of cortisol (the stress hormone), the loss of precious fat stores and the reduction of reproductive capacity although further research should be done to understand what the consequences are taking into account the climate change on animal organisms. Planting trees after fires does not mean recovering the habitat of the ecosystem especially if aim at the exploitation of wood, should think in a naturalistic perspective of regeneration as happens after a natural fire and therefore planting trees that favor a return to proper biodiversity.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Sep 26, 2023                  n:   5452      
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   Italy struggling with bad weather and fires

A wave of bad weather characterized by heavy rainfall, sometimes hail and gusts of wind crossed the peninsula causing damage and inconvenience after a period with heat and temperatures much above the average for the period; two tornadoes affected Lombardy and Veneto then in Campania heavy rains partially flooded some towns. Extensive damage to crops already tried by drought and heat even with loss of harvest due to strong hailstorms for example in areas of Puglia and Sicily. As for the fires, there is talk of two victims near Cefal and Trappeto, then hectares of vegetation gone up in smoke in the province of Pisa. To report changing the subject but remaining on naturalistic themes a mysterious disease in the Red Sea in Israel that would be killing sea urchins with risks for the entire ecosystem.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Sep 25, 2023                  n:   5451      
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   Forests in France resource to be protected

In just ten years French forests would have lost half of their capacity to absorb carbon dioxide going from sixty million tons in 2011 to thirty-one in 2021, there is talk of a kind of health crisis for forests threatened by climate change; in fact, trees are dying at an alarming rate (more than fifty-four percent) due to drought, fires and disease. It seems that deforestation for the exploitation and processing of timber also plays a role as it has slightly increased, but climate change is the main culprit so much so that there is a risk that forests could become a resource to a problem if we arrive at a negative balance in the future by emitting more CO2 than they can absorb; so as already pointed out for some time it is a resource to be protected in every way and with the best techniques available.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Sep 23, 2023                  n:   5450      
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   California warns about fossil fuel risks

California authorities have enacted laws warning about the risks of fossil fuels and compensation for future damage related to disasters and extreme events also bearing in mind the behavior of large oil companies that did not inform about the crisis that would be caused by fossil fuels. California is rated as the fifth largest economy in the world and a major producer of oil and gas, a country heavily affected by climate change with a disastrous fire season and there is talk of the climate crisis in practice as a kind of crisis caused by the unproven use of fossil fuels through targeted disinformation campaigns. These theses are illustrated in a document of over one hundred and thirty pages and the laws are modeled for example on those already used against the tobacco industry.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Sep 22, 2023                  n:   5449      
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   Dense plankton bloom in the Gulf of Thailand

The water in some areas of the Gulf of Thailand appears bright green due to the bloom ten times higher than normal plankton, at least according to the observations of researchers who warn that this dense bloom is killing marine life and hindering the activity of fishermen who breed mussels in the water. The risks to the entire ecosystem derive from the production of toxins harmful to the marine environment, reducing the amount of oxygen in the water and blocking sunlight; particularly affected the coasts east of the Choburi with over eighty percent of the activities affected by the phenomenon. Probably the cause of the proliferation of plankton are pollution and high temperatures, then the global current "El Nino" contributes to overheating sea temperatures as well as causing drought, bearing in mind that it adds to the action of marine heat waves.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   Sep 21, 2023                  n:   5448      
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