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Climate change could kill 14.5 million people by 2050 – study
Climate change could kill 14.5 million people by 2050 – study

Additional costs of the health care system will reach $1.1 trillion

Climate disasters killed 12,000 people in 2023
Climate disasters killed 12,000 people in 2023

278% more people died from forest fires than in 2022, and 340% more from storms

Climate change and deforestation caused catastrophic flooding in Libya – climatologists
Climate change and deforestation caused catastrophic flooding in Libya – climatologists

At the current rate of warming of 1.2°C, such disasters will occur once every 300-600 years

The agenda of the EcoCommittee of the Verkhovna Rada for June 27
The agenda of the EcoCommittee of the Verkhovna Rada for June 27

People's deputies will consider the issue of the implementation of state climate policy in Ukraine

The Dnipro is returning to a natural river for the first time in 70 years
The Dnipro is returning to a natural river for the first time in 70 years

Specialists calculate the capacity of the Dnipro water basin

The explosion of the Kakhovska HPP caused $1.5 billion in damage to nature
The explosion of the Kakhovska HPP caused $1.5 billion in damage to nature

According to the World Bank, the total cost of rebuilding Ukraine has already reached $411 billion

Sewage from the sewers flooded the street and the Teteriv River in Zhytomyr
Sewage from the sewers flooded the street and the Teteriv River in Zhytomyr

Utility workers could not quickly shut down the network, because it is in an emergency state

Dead cows from the Kherson region washed ashore in Bulgaria
Dead cows from the Kherson region washed ashore in Bulgaria

Dead animals on the Bulgarian coast show that Russian ecocide has no borders

Mykolaiv region found a way to provide people with drinking water
Mykolaiv region found a way to provide people with drinking water

Thanks to the station, impurities and pollutants are removed from the water

Due to the explosion of the Kakhovska hydroelectric power station, 2 reservoirs of international importance are completely shallow
Due to the explosion of the Kakhovska hydroelectric power station, 2 reservoirs of international importance are completely shallow

The water levels of the Kakhovka reservoir are below the minimum critical values ​​required for the operation of water intakes in three regions

Ecodamages from the explosion of the Kakhovska HPP reached €1.5 billion
Ecodamages from the explosion of the Kakhovska HPP reached €1.5 billion

The amount of water lost would be enough to feed all of humanity for 2 days

Eyes full of pain: a dog from Kherson sailed to Odesa by itself
Eyes full of pain: a dog from Kherson sailed to Odesa by itself

The water also carried mines to the coast