1. Climate change doubled chance of South African floods that killed 435 people, analysis shows  CNN
  2. Study: Climate change a major factor in South Africa floods  The Associated Press - en Español
  3. Global warming made South Africa floods more likely, study says  Reuters
  4. South Africa’s April floods made twice as likely by climate crisis, scientists say  The Guardian
  5. Climate Change a Major Factor in Fatal South Africa Floods  U.S. News & World Report
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MOMBASA, Kenya (AP) — The fatal floods that wreaked havoc in South Africa in mid-April this year have been attributed to human-caused climate change, a rapid analysis published Friday by a team of leading international scientists said. MOMBASA, Kenya (AP) — The fatal floods that wreaked havoc in South Africa in mid-April this year have been attributed to human-caused climate change, a rapid analysis published Friday by a team of leading international scientists said.

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Brutal heatwave in India and Pakistan also certain to have been exacerbated by global heating, scientists sayBrutal heatwave in India and Pakistan also certain to have been exacerbated by global heating, scientists say

South Africa’s April floods made twice as likely by climate crisis, scientists say | Climate crisis | The Guardian

Climate change sharply increased the chances of catastrophic rains in the country’s east, a team of researchers has found.Climate change sharply increased the chances of catastrophic rains in the country’s east, a team of researchers has found.

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Scientists warned that extreme events like this are likely to happen again "with even greater intensity."Scientists warned that extreme events like this are likely to happen again "with even greater intensity."

More than 400 people were killed in South Africa floods last month. Human-caused climate change is a big reason why, scientists say. - CBS News

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In April, parts of KwaZulu-Natal province, including the city of Durban, were deluged with nearly 14 inches of rain in 48 hours - around half the annual rainfallIn April, parts of KwaZulu-Natal province, including the city of Durban, were deluged with nearly 14 inches of rain in 48 hours - around half the annual rainfall

450 people were killed in South Africa’s floods. Climate change doubled the risk | The Independent

Poor town planning is adding to people's vulnerability to the climate crisis, according to a Salga official.Poor town planning is adding to people's vulnerability to the climate crisis, according to a Salga official.

Poor planning, corruption leave SA municipalities open to climate disaster | Fin24

It is now essential to accurately predict climate change well in advance to help us better plan for its potentially devastating impact on population and infrastructure securityIt is now essential to accurately predict climate change well in advance to help us better plan for its potentially devastating impact on population and infrastructure security

AI tech to predict climate change - possible solution for future floods in SA

Extreme weather events and how it affects communities were discussed in an online briefing hosted by the Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment, as well as the Government Communication and Information System on Tuesday.Extreme weather events and how it affects communities were discussed in an online briefing hosted by the Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment, as well as the Government Communication and Information System on Tuesday.

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MOMBASA, Kenya (AP) — The fatal floods that wreaked havoc in South Africa in mid-April this year have been attributed to human-caused climate change, a rapid analysis published Friday by a team of …

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JOHANNESBURG: Global warming made the heavy rains behind South Africa s devastating floods last month twice as likely as they would have been if green...JOHANNESBURG: Global warming made the heavy rains behind South Africa s devastating floods last month twice as likely as they would have been if green...

Global warming made S.Africa's recent floods twice as likely: Study | The Peninsula Qatar

The latest Tweet by Bloomberg states, 'South Africa’s deadliest floods in almost three decades was exacerbated by climate change and similarly heavy rainfall can be expected to occur more regularly, according to scientists ...' South Africa's Deadliest Floods in Almost Three Decades Was Exacerbated by Climate ... - Latest Tweet by Bloomberg.The latest Tweet by Bloomberg states, 'South Africa’s deadliest floods in almost three decades was exacerbated by climate change and similarly heavy rainfall can be expected to occur more regularly, according to scientists ...' South Africa's Deadliest Floods in Almost Three Decades Was Exacerbated by Climate ... - Latest Tweet by Bloomberg.

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Rainfall that caused catastrophic floods and landslides last month in and around Durban, South Africa, was made twice as likely by global warming, scientists said Friday. An exceptional downpour, more than 35 centimeters (14 inches) over two days, on April 11-12 claimed hundreds of lives and caus

Climate change made deadly S. Africa rains twice as likely | CGTN Africa

Global warming made the heavy rains behind South Africa’s devastating floods last month twice as likely as they would have been if greenhouse gasGlobal warming made the heavy rains behind South Africa’s devastating floods last month twice as likely as they would have been if greenhouse gas

Global warming made SA floods more likely: Study

Global warming made the heavy rains behind South Africa’s devastating floods last month twice as likely as they would have been if greenhouse gasGlobal warming made the heavy rains behind South Africa’s devastating floods last month twice as likely as they would have been if greenhouse gas

Global warming made SA floods more likely: Study

More than 400 people were killed in South Africa floods last month. Human-caused climate change is a big reason why, scientists say. news - The Black Chronicle AFRICA, Big, Black Americans, black news, blackchronicle, Change, Climate, Climate Change, crime, flood, Floods, humancaused, Killed, Month, News, Oklahoma, oklahomanews, People, Reason, Scientists, South, South Africa, USA oklahoma newsMore than 400 people were killed in South Africa floods last month. Human-caused climate change is a big reason why, scientists say. news - The Black Chronicle AFRICA, Big, Black Americans, black news, blackchronicle, Change, Climate, Climate Change, crime, flood, Floods, humancaused, Killed, Month, News, Oklahoma, oklahomanews, People, Reason, Scientists, South, South Africa, USA oklahoma news

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Scientists have revealed some startling facts regarding global warming and its impact on weather patterns around the world.Scientists have revealed some startling facts regarding global warming and its impact on weather patterns around the world.

Climate change made devastating floods twice as likely - scientists

The fatal floods that wreaked havoc in South Africa in mid-April this year have been attributed to human-caused climate change, a rapid analysis published Friday by a team of leadingThe fatal floods that wreaked havoc in South Africa in mid-April this year have been attributed to human-caused climate change, a rapid analysis published Friday by a team of leading

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Global warming made the heavy rains behind South Africa's devastating floods last month twice as likely as they would have been if greenhouse gas emissions had never heated the planet, scientists...Global warming made the heavy rains behind South Africa's devastating floods last month twice as likely as they would have been if greenhouse gas emissions had never heated the planet, scientists...

Global warming made S.Africa's recent floods twice as likely -study

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MOMBASA, Kenya (AP) — The fatal floods that wreaked havoc in South Africa in mid-April this year have been attributed to human-caused climate change, a rapid analysis published Friday byMOMBASA, Kenya (AP) — The fatal floods that wreaked havoc in South Africa in mid-April this year have been attributed to human-caused climate change, a rapid analysis published Friday by

Study: Climate change a major factor in South Africa floods | National News | tullahomanews.com

Rainfall that caused catastrophic floods and landslides last month in and around Durban, South Africa, was made twice as likely by global warming, scientists said Friday. Rainfall that caused catastrophic floods and landslides last month in and around Durban, South Africa, was made twice as likely by global warming, scientists said Friday.

Climate change made deadly S. Africa rains twice as likely

By Angela Dewan, CNN Human-induced climate change made the extreme rainfall that triggered deadly floods in South Africa in April heavier and twice as likely to happen, a rapid analysis published Friday by the World Weather Attribution project shows. Parts of South Africa experienced more than 350mm of rainfall in two days, causing destructive floods

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