03 Jun '11, 11am

Stormageddon - Why Extreme #Weather Is Hitting Us Now

Stormageddon - Why Extreme #Weather Is Hitting Us Now

It wasn't just one area, but all over the planet. Australia had the worst flooding in four decades, covering an area larger than France and Germany together; Russia had such a bad drought with the hottest summer on record that 50,000 were killed by the weather (including wildfires). Pakistan had extreme heat followed by floods that washed away more than 5000 miles of roads and railways. The United States had record winter cold and snow after one of the hottest summer's on record.

Full article: http://www.environmentalgraffiti.com/news-stormageddon

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