The National Observatory in Athens issues a heatwave warning until the end of July. The northern hemisphere is blistering under record heat.
With wide swaths of Greece burnt to a crisp, and COVID still rampaging across the country, some Greek leaders seem to think they are gods.
As Greece wildfires destroy his country, Greece’s Prime Minister apologizes for governmental failures. Meanwhile, firefighters battle the blazes.
COVID, the waves, the Delta variant, heat waves, wildfires, mediocre leaders, Greece is set for Armageddon.
Wildfires are ravaging areas of southern Turkey. According to the reports, unprecedented fires have forced tourists and locals to evacuate.
A new WWF report says the Mediterranean is quickly becoming a tropical sea, with temperatures rising 20% faster than the global average.
According to Greece’s National Observatory of Athens the country will experience the highest January temperatures of the last 50 years.
Ocean Rebellion just launched a night-time protest in Weymouth in order to reveal the “dirty truth of the cruise shipping industry”.
The private sector cannot be counted upon to provide a truly sustainable solution for tourism. It seems clear lawmakers will need to step in.
Over the weekend we reported another heatwave gripping Greece and much of Europe. But the overall picture for of extreme dry contrasted by deadly torrential rain is cause for alarm according to many scientists.
Recent meetings by Heraklion Mayor Vassilis Labrinos reflect the almost desperate need to solve the city’s ever-expanding freshwater situation. Here are some news and ideas on the water crisis in Crete.
According to a new scientific study, Athens will be the worst hit of all European capitals where future droughts and heatwaves are concerned. Researchers at Newcastle University sourced all the available climate models (based on three scenarios) in order to predict how weather patterns will evolve for some 571 European cities between 2050 and 2100.