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“Because of climate change either we have floods or not enough water to irrigate our crop and feed our animals,” says the photographer.
“Picture clearly indicates that the extreme drought makes wide cracks in clay.
Almost all the ice covering the Bering Sea has melted, scientists have confirmed, throwing communities living around its shores into disarray.
The region’s ice cover normally persists for at least another month, and this year it has vanished earlier than any other year except 2017.
Floods destroyed eight bridges and ruined crops such as wheat, maize and peas in the Karimabad valley in northern Pakistan, a mountainous region with many glaciers.
In many parts of the world, glaciers have been in retreat, creating dangerously large lakes that can cause devastating flooding when the banks break.
“We’ve fallen off a cliff: very little sea ice remains in the Bering Sea,” tweeted Dr Rick Thoman, a climatologist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, who is based in Alaska.
The World Health Organisation has warned such pollution, much of which is from the fossil fuels that cause climate change, is a “public health emergency”.These high temperatures have been exacerbated by air currents over the Arctic guiding storms into the region and drawing warmer air from the tropics.The storms prevented ice from forming properly by breaking it up before it became stable.As a result of increased open water, storm surf flooded homes and pushed ice rubble onto shore.The lack of sea ice in recent months has exposed these communities to the elements, as it normally acts as a buttress against extreme weather events.