A man rows a boat down a residential street after flooding in Angleur, Belgium. There are many factors for flooding, but a warming atmosphere makes extreme weather more likely and frequent the world over. Photo: AP
A man rows a boat down a residential street after flooding in Angleur, Belgium. There are many factors for flooding, but a warming atmosphere makes extreme weather more likely and frequent the world over. Photo: AP
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Weather crisis calls for effort from all

  • Deadly floods in Germany and Belgium are the latest disasters to emphasise the need for global action against climate change – and fast

A man rows a boat down a residential street after flooding in Angleur, Belgium. There are many factors for flooding, but a warming atmosphere makes extreme weather more likely and frequent the world over. Photo: AP
A man rows a boat down a residential street after flooding in Angleur, Belgium. There are many factors for flooding, but a warming atmosphere makes extreme weather more likely and frequent the world over. Photo: AP
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