Dive into the stormy waters of #Monsoon2023 — As of August 24, #India grapples with a 7% rain deficit, revealing intricate regional variations.— Carbon Impacts 🌏 (@carbonimpacts) August 25, 2023
Featuring insights from Dr @rajeevan61, we speculate whether August 2023 might rewrite monsoon history.https://t.co/wvHXasWttg
Increasing #landslides in the Mansa Devi hills of #Uttarakhand have become more frequent during the #monsoon season — threatening around 50,000 people living in its foothills⛰️— Carbon Impacts 🌏 (@carbonimpacts) August 4, 2023
Scientists explain the reasons ⬇️https://t.co/35c1IZs3wX
What's behind the recent heavy rainfall in #Gujarat, Himachal?— Carbon Impacts 🌏 (@carbonimpacts) July 22, 2023
Why current weather models couldn't anticipate the severity?
🎧Tune in for the 2nd episode of the 5-min Climate-Weather podcast, which covers the climate's unpredictability ➡️ https://t.co/Nuud2X5VEO#GujaratFloods pic.twitter.com/z8AQJE0JL2
As we forge ahead with development and growth, it is imperative to consider the implications of extreme #weather events on our #economy and communities.@a_khosla weighs in on the alarming reality of #extremeweather and foresight in planning ➡️ https://t.co/viHo9b4zVZ pic.twitter.com/AM8DGZQEry— Carbon Impacts 🌏 (@carbonimpacts) July 20, 2023
Unusually heavy, torrential rain caused severe waterlogging in several areas of #Gujarat 🌧️⚠️— Carbon Impacts 🌏 (@carbonimpacts) July 19, 2023
Impacts of #climatechange🌏 can be seen on Gujarat's weather trends in recent years, leading to more #extremeweather occurrences.#GujaratRains #ગુજરાત #floodspic.twitter.com/OJI9g1h3M6
Climate change escalates extreme events in India⚠️— Carbon Impacts 🌏 (@carbonimpacts) July 14, 2023
Increasing land and sea temperatures🔥🌊 are amplifying #monsoon impacts, leading to heavier #rainfall and #flooding.
Watch 📺⬇️#HimachalFloods #Uttarakhandfloods #DelhiRains@indiametsky #DelhiFlood pic.twitter.com/GAezhjLxQI
🌍 #Thread: How Climate Change is normalizing extreme weather events 🔥💦— Carbon Impacts 🌏 (@carbonimpacts) July 14, 2023
1. A concerning trend of extreme events are becoming more common and severe. Let's analyse #India's recent flood events to understand how this is happening#Uttarakhandfloods #Monsoon2023 #HimachalFloods pic.twitter.com/gfGyPOYgEt
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