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World’s Rivers Drying Up From Extreme Weather

Courtesy of CNN, a look at how the world’s rivers are drying up from extreme weather from space: To be stuck “up a river without a paddle” is an expression for a sticky situation you just can’t get out of. But if that river happens to be in the northern hemisphere this summer, it’s likely […]

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Historic Drought Threatens to Cripple European Trade

Via Bloomberg, a report on how – from the Rhine to the Danube – Europe’s waterways are failing at the worst possible moment as the climate crisis worsens: In the midst of an?arid summer that set heat records across Europe, the continent?s rivers are evaporating. The Rhine ? a pillar of the German, Dutch and […]

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