In 2015, a heat wave killed thousands of people in Pakistan
If the global warming continues, heat waves will make parts of South Asia in a hell by the end of this century.
A combination of extreme heat and high humidity will take dangerous forms for residents in dense populations in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
This is predicted by American scientists in the scientific magazine Science Advances. Read More
Because of sea level rising, historical cities will be lost
Researchers of NASA are now able to simulate a heavy storm, typhoon or hurricane and help local authorities saving their people in an early stage.
The researchers used data, including temperature, pressure, humidity, wind speed and direction. With this model they can predict a disaster because of the climate change. Read More
Building with Nature: wood is used for the restoration of mangrove forests in Indonesia
10 cities are in danger because of . And 44% of all people on Earth live within 100 miles of the shore. Sea Level Rising
Luckily, a growing number of studies have measured the risk from rising oceans, in different areas. They made predictions for sea level rising in 2030, 2050 and 2070. Read More
WSUP supplies water for the poor
Every five seconds, the world’s urban population increases by 10 people. Everyone needs access to clean water and sanitation, putting a huge pressure on city service agencies. In response, Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor has turned the traditional charity model on its head by developing commercially-viable models to bring water and sanitation to communities in urban slums. Read More