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20/11/2019
Haunted by wildfires losses and new fire threats, Californian communities experience anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges.
20/11/2019
Farms in Foya District, Liberia, are devastated by forest fires. Once, communities worked together to prevent outbreaks; now a fire law has been passed to reduce risk.
20/11/2019
Floods in northern England were both predicted and preventable. Their impacts represent policy failure; government action on flooding was unsystematic and ineffective.
20/11/2019
High temperatures across Australia raise the specter of more bushfires, eliciting warnings of firestorms. Such trends are likely to increase with rising greenhouse gases.
20/11/2019
At 6 a.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 20 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 66 per cent The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory20 degrees ; King's Park19 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang20 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling17 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan17 degrees ; Tai Po17 degrees ; Sha Tin19 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O18 degrees ; Sai Kung19 degrees ; Cheung Chau19 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok19 degrees ; Tsing Yi19 degrees ; Shek Kong17 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon17 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley19 degrees ; Hong Kong Park20 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan19 degrees ; Kowloon City19 degrees ; Happy Valley20 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin19 degrees ; Stanley19 degrees ; Kwun Tong19 degrees ; Sham Shui Po19 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park20 degrees ; Yuen Long Park18 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk18 degrees . Here is the information on Tropical Storm Kalmaegi at 5 a.m.: Location: 18.1 degrees north, 121.8 degrees east.
20/11/2019
At 3 a.m. at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 20 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 66 per cent The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory20 degrees ; King's Park19 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang20 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling16 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan17 degrees ; Tai Po17 degrees ; Sha Tin19 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O18 degrees ; Sai Kung19 degrees ; Cheung Chau19 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok19 degrees ; Tsing Yi20 degrees ; Shek Kong18 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon17 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley18 degrees ; Hong Kong Park20 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan19 degrees ; Kowloon City19 degrees ; Happy Valley20 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin19 degrees ; Stanley20 degrees ; Kwun Tong19 degrees ; Sham Shui Po19 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park20 degrees ; Yuen Long Park18 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk18 degrees . Here is the information on Severe Tropical Storm Kalmaegi at 3 a.m.: Location: 18.3 degrees north, 121.9 degrees east.
20/11/2019
Italy | Severe Weather
20/11/2019
Both Ecosystem-based Adaptation and Climate Risk Finance & Insurance can be used to enhance adaptation, reduce and transfer risk, and build resilience to the growing impacts from natural and human-made hazards. There is a nascent and growing interest in where these strategies may intersect and be mutually beneficial for adaptation. The substantive...
20/11/2019
At midnight at the Hong Kong Observatory : Air temperature : 20 degrees Celsius Relative Humidity : 64 per cent The air temperatures at other places were: Hong Kong Observatory20 degrees ; King's Park19 degrees ; Wong Chuk Hang19 degrees ; Ta Kwu Ling17 degrees ; Lau Fau Shan18 degrees ; Tai Po18 degrees ; Sha Tin19 degrees ; Tseung Kwan O17 degrees ; Sai Kung19 degrees ; Cheung Chau18 degrees ; Chek Lap Kok20 degrees ; Tsing Yi20 degrees ; Shek Kong18 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Ho Koon17 degrees ; Tsuen Wan Shing Mun Valley19 degrees ; Hong Kong Park19 degrees ; Shau Kei Wan19 degrees ; Kowloon City19 degrees ; Happy Valley19 degrees ; Wong Tai Sin19 degrees ; Stanley20 degrees ; Kwun Tong19 degrees ; Sham Shui Po19 degrees ; Kai Tak Runway Park19 degrees ; Yuen Long Park19 degrees ; Tai Mei Tuk18 degrees . Here is the information on Severe Tropical Storm Kalmaegi at 11:00 p.m. yesterday: Location: 19.3 degrees north, 122.2 degrees east.
20/11/2019
Secretary for Security John Lee today urged those remaining at the Polytechnic University campus to come out and surrender. Mr Lee told reporters at the Legislative Council this morning that around 900 people have surrendered so far. “For those who still have not made up their mind to come out and surrender, then of course we will continue to persuade them through all sorts of means. I think society’s efforts collectively will help.  “It is important, I think, that the right message is given to them that whatever their self-proclaimed purpose is, if their acts contravene the law, then everybody has to take up their responsibility.” Mr Lee added that this message must be spread, as it is important for Hong Kong to continue as a law-abiding city. He also stressed that Police will conduct a thorough investigation of each person that comes out of the university campus, adding that the rule of law will ensure that everybody will be dealt with justly.

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