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From dangerous heat and destructive wildfires, to record breaking rainfall and catastrophic flooding. Parts of British Columbia, Canada have been at the epicentre of two top-end weather extremes within the space of a few months.
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Flash floods in Bosnia prompt fears of a repeat of 2014 disaster
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More than 100 dead and dozens missing in floods in India and Nepal
More than 100 people have died after days of flooding and landslides which swept away roads and homes in India and Nepal, authorities said.
Dozens evacuated on Greek island of Evia after storms and floods
Evia suffered devastating fires over the summer, leaving the area more vulnerable to flash floods.
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Floods and wildfires across Europe this summer should remind us of the need to strengthen local response networks, say European Commissioner for Crisis Management Janez Lenarčič and Red Cross Secretary-General Jagan Chapagain.
Will Germany's new government be good news for the environment?
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Locals on the deadly floods that put climate at top of election agenda
Of the 180 people that died in Germany amid record flooding in July, 133 were neighbours of the Ahr Valley.
United Arab Emirates
Aid sent to help cholera outbreak, refugees crisis and flood victims
Two humanitarian aid flights left Dubai bound to give much-needed help to the people of Sudan and Ethiopia. Supplied by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
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As the climate crisis worsens, floods, heatwaves and other extreme weather events are gaining in frequency and intensity. So how can we get ready? Watch again our interactive debate with top scientists and decision-makers exploring the paths to a more resilient future.
Footage of French floods show severity of climate crisis
The Gard region has been hit hard by torrents of rain, causing damage to homes and infrastructure.
Hundreds evacuated after flash floods hit southern France
As new heavy rainfall threatened the area Wednesday, the emergency service for the Gard region said rescuers were searching for at least one person reported missing on Tuesday evening.
Was 'warning fatigue' to blame for the Hurricane Ida deaths in the US?
As flood alerts lit up phones, experts suggest that people weren't as concerned by the weather warnings as they should have been.
Manville residents' painful losses after Ida's impact
The whole town was flooded as a result of the remnants of Hurricane Ida, and it took 24 hours for the waters to recede. It caused significant damage to homes, businesses and vehicles
Heavy floods on Spain's eastern coast damage homes and businesses
The flash flooding, dangerous in some eastern parts of Spain since Wednesday, didn't lead to any direct casualties.
Climate change has increased weather disasters five-fold since 1970
However, fewer people are dying from these extreme weather events than before.
First Europe, now the States: Extreme weather hits the US
After a summer of wildfires and extreme heat in Europe, the USA is feeling the effects of climate change as hurricanes, wildfires and flooding leaves thousands without homes.
Germans deposit €50 million of dirty money after floods
Germany’s central bank says it has been received more than €50 million worth of damaged banknotes after deadly floods in July.
Weather disasters have killed 2 million in the last 50 years, says UN
More than 91 per cent of the 2 million deaths occurred in developing countries.