A resident looks out from her flood-damaged home in Bifeng township in Guizhou in June 13. Photo: Xinhua via APA resident looks out from her flood-damaged home in Bifeng township in Guizhou in June 13. Photo: Xinhua via AP
A resident looks out from her flood-damaged home in Bifeng township in Guizhou in June 13. Photo: Xinhua via AP

China on higher alert as floods hit – and climate change promises more extreme weather

  • Millions have been affected by heavy downpours in the last few weeks, particularly in the south of the country
  • Environmentalists say these events could become the new normal

Topic |   Natural disasters
A resident looks out from her flood-damaged home in Bifeng township in Guizhou in June 13. Photo: Xinhua via APA resident looks out from her flood-damaged home in Bifeng township in Guizhou in June 13. Photo: Xinhua via AP
A resident looks out from her flood-damaged home in Bifeng township in Guizhou in June 13. Photo: Xinhua via AP
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