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Deadly Fire Consumes 300 Filipino Homes

Posted by feww on August 27, 2010

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Fire: A Major Mechanism of Collapse

An Early Dividend of Rising Global Temperatures


A deadly fire, which killed at least one person, consumed more than 300 homes in Navotas City, Philippines, Aug. 27, 2010.  (Xinhua/Rouelle Umali). Image may be subject to copyright. More images …

Argentina: Meanwhile, about 1,500 hectares of Calilegua National Park in northwestern were burnt out by a fire.

Italy: At least 3 dozen fires which have broken out in southern Italy since Saturday, are believed to have been caused by rising temperatures, reports say.

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Collapse Headlines – 12 July 2010

Posted by feww on July 12, 2010

Rising sea forcing Panama islanders to evacuate

“Rising seas from global warming, coming after years of coral reef destruction, are forcing thousands of indigenous Panamanians to leave their ancestral homes on low-lying Caribbean islands.” —Report

Carti Sugdub an island in an archipelago off Panama’s northeastern coast, home to 32,000 semi-autonomous Kuna people, has become mostly uninhabitable as as rising sea, storms and high tides combine to submerge it in ankle-deep water for most of the year. More…

Deadly Oil Continues to Gush in the Gulf of Mexico

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The Fire in Spain Stays Mainly in the Forest

Posted by feww on July 30, 2009

Image of the Day: Forest Fire in The Spanish Province of Avila

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A forest fire in the Spanish province of Avila continues burning. Thousands of hectares of woodland in France, Greece, Italy (Sardinia),  Spain and Turkey have been destroyed by wildfires fulled by dry conditions, high temperatures and strong winds rage on. At least 8 people have been killed by the fires including six firefighters in Spain were two major fires were still burning, reports said. Photo: AFP. Image may be subject to copyright.

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