Category Archives: Extreme weather

Hạ nhiệt cho các đô thị Việt Nam

Trong những năm gần đây, người dân các đô thị, đặc biệt là ở các thành phố lớn như Hà Nội, Đà Nẵng và thành phố Hồ Chí Minh, ngày càng cảm nhận rõ rệt những ảnh hưởng tăng dần … Continue reading

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Chief Resilience Officers Tie Economic Stability for All to Disaster Recovery in Cities

BY BILL BRADLEY A flood forced 100,000 people to evacuate Santa Fe, Argentina, in 2003. More than 150 people died in the disaster. It’s been nearly 15 years and the city’s leadership is still figuring out how to retrofit infrastructure and prepare … Continue reading

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Severe weather conditions becoming a norm for Vietnam and other Asian countries

By Ha Phuong, Reuters What happens when you heat the planet up? Vietnam is suffering from more adverse weather events than ever before, and the country endured its most severe drought in a century and downpours that caused severe floods … Continue reading

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WMO “Summer in the city” – Hanoi

Check out the World Meteorology Organization’s Climate report on VTV on Hanoi’s summer prospects until the year 2100. Other videos in this “Summer in the city” series can be found in WMO’s website here.

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