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   Difficulties for the landslide in Papua New Guinea

The authorities of Papua New Guinea have requested international aid for the difficulties encountered in dealing with the situation defined as terrible due to the landslide that a few days ago almost razed to the ground a village on Mount Mungalo in the province of Enga in the north, there is talk of over two thousand people buried by the collapsed ground and the landslide movement is still affecting the whole area. Rescuers need machinery to search for the bodies of people swept away by the large landslide that destroyed homes and uprooted trees caused by heavy rainfall. Of note, changing the subject but remaining on naturalistic issues, are the fears of the Brazilian population of Rio Grande do Sul, in the south of the country, hit at the beginning of the month by "historic" floods due to possible new heavy rains that could put a strain on their physical and mental resistance, already severely tested.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   May 28, 2024                  n:   5655      
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   H5N1 mode of contagion under study

Influenza A is generally considered a respiratory virus that infects organisms by reaching the throat and then the lungs, but researchers studying how H5N1 avian influenza is transmitted in cows have hypothesized that it can also infect through the mammary glands of animals. This possibility was already known but it surprised the researchers quite a bit, then there would theoretically also be other possibilities of transmission to humans. Recently a person in Texas was infected through close contact with infected cows and this is the second case of its kind since the virus was discovered circulating in some farms in the United States (in at least four states), the mode of contagion may have occurred through the membranes of the eyes of infected milk.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   May 27, 2024                  n:   5654      
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   Landslide in northern Papua New Guinea

More than three hundred people were killed and more than 1,000 houses were swept away by a large landslide that hit and practically razed to the ground the village of Kaokalam in the province of Enga, in northern Papua New Guinea, about six hundred kilometers north-west of the capital Port Moresby; rescue operations are difficult because the landslide has blocked the roads and it is necessary to use helicopters, then there is also talk of other villages affected by landslides. To be reported changing the subject but remaining on naturalistic issues the marine heat wave that is hitting Thailand in the coastal area of the gulfs to the east with record water temperatures, there is talk of serious damage to corals and it seems that not even one of them is left healthy, underwater everything is completely bleached, some say that it is no longer a matter of overheating but in figurative terms of a kind of boiling.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   May 25, 2024                  n:   5653      
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   Prolonged record heat wave in Mexico

Forty-eight people died from March to May due to the prolonged heat wave with temperatures that exceeded forty-five degrees Celsius in some areas that is affecting Mexico with not very reassuring forecasts for the next few days; in fact, there is talk of high pressure with a kind of heat dome that traps the hot air over the country and probable records of high temperatures with a strong discomfort for the population, then it seems that even monkeys have fallen dead from the branches of the trees perhaps due to dehydration. The drought is putting a strain on fauna and flora, then the electricity grid is struggling to sustain the high energy demand to power the refrigeration equipment. A study points out that deforestation has exacerbated the effects of the disastrous flood that recently hit the country.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   May 24, 2024                  n:   5652      
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   Trail of destruction for a violent tornado in Iowa

There would be five victims and at least thirty-five injured (some say many more) due to a powerful tornado that left a trail of destruction with destroyed houses and debris scattered everywhere in Iowa in the United States, then there is talk of significant damage in the small town of Greenfield where the hospital also suffered damage and crumpled wind turbines several kilometers away from the city. Changing the subject but remaining on naturalistic issues to report the severe drought that is affecting large areas of Mexico and the suffocating heat with temperatures that reach forty-five Celsius degres, the reservoirs are often empty and in general the water reserves are really reduced with inevitable strong inconveniences for the population that has already been struggling for some time with prolonged periods of drought with rather dry vegetation and crops.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   May 23, 2024                  n:   5651      
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   Urgent need to protect most threatened ecosystems

In order to be able to guarantee populations food and water essential for survival it is necessary to protect ecosystems at greatest risk of decline; then have to consider that they also provide medicines, amenities and cultural values. A generalized degradation of the global ecological system means fueling conflicts to grab the last remaining resources and in turn these conflicts lead to a vicious cycle that feeds environmental and naturalistic degradation. Deforestation without criteria to build farms that are not very ecological characterized by intensive cultivation, farms with the exploitation of animals for food use; then battery farms are also a health risk and require large quantities of antibiotics that have often lost their effectiveness and humans live too close to the ecosystems to be protected.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   May 22, 2024                  n:   5650      
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   Tremor at Campi Flegrei and bad weather in Italy

A magnitude 4.4 earthquake with its epicenter at the solfatara of Pozzuoli, estimated as the strongest in forty years, followed by a seismic swarm, caused some cornices to fall and some buildings were evacuated for stability checks; Then there is talk of schools and offices closed, panic for the population that poured into the streets and many slept in cars and tents even if there were no injuries. As for the wave of bad weather that has mainly affected some regions such as Lombardy, Veneto and Emilia Romagna, there would be red alerts for possible floods, high hydrogeological risk in some areas recently affected by cloudbursts. Fears for the population living in Emilia Romagna, especially in Cesena for example, a year after the disastrous flood that had caused victims and extensive damage to the region.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   May 21, 2024                  n:   5649      
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   Floods in areas of Germany, Belgium, Holland

Heavy rainfall would have flooded some areas in Germany, Belgium, Holland; there is also talk of evacuations and floods such as in the south-west of the German state of Saarland with roads under water and the use of boats to bring people in distress to safety. The local capital Saarbruecken was seriously affected then a crack in a dam in the town of Quierschied led to the shutdown of a power plant serving the area. There is no mention of casualties, but there would be at least one injured and a tense situation with warning that there could be further damage even if the weather has improved. To report changing the subject but remaining on naturalistic issues the reduced traffic of goods in the Panama Canal due to the difficulty of navigating due to the prolonged drought experienced last year.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   May 20, 2024                  n:   5648      
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   High CO2 emissions in British Columbia in May

A fire season that began unusually early would have already caused British Columbia to reach a record for carbon dioxide emissions in May (compared to the previous twenty-two years when records began) and given the impact of wildfires experienced in Canada in 2023, this figure is also very worrying due to the particulate matter and pollutants that are released into the air and reach great distances. It is worth mentioning changing the subject but remaining on naturalistic issues the extensive damage in Lombardy and Veneto regions in Italy due to the recent wave of bad weather characterized by cloudbursts, gusts of wind, hailstorms and a whirlwind; then there is also talk of one victim, some evacuations in flooded areas and inevitable inconvenience for the population. The crop in the land that has remained under water is at risk and the plants are generally suffering.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   May 18, 2024                  n:   5647      
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   Eruption of the Ibu volcano in Indonesia

A five-kilometer-high column of volcanic ash juts out from the summit of Mount Ibu on the island of Halmaera in eastern Indonesia and authorities have raised the alert to the highest level, residents and tourists in the established exclusion zone will have to stay four to seven kilometers away from the volcano. In West Sumatra dozens of people are still missing due to flooding and volcanic material recently erupted from the Merapi volcano. To report changing the subject but remaining on naturalistic issues, the torrential rainfall in the Veneto region in Italy with consequent floods, declared a state of emergency; then there is talk of damage to crops and sometimes even to infrastructure, despite the fact that the expansion basins have been activated to try to control and contain the massive flow of water.

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Tel:    +39 338 1809310          Date:   May 17, 2024                  n:   5646      
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