Climate Change Disaster Report – First Week of July

The first week of July was nothing less than chaos as climate change continued to unravel its wrath. Various parts of numerous countries are already suffering greatly from the effects of climate change. Red alerts have been issued in many towns. Thousands of people have been shifted from their homes. Hundreds of lives are lost every day. Buildings and lands are being damaged. And there seems to be no end in sight as it will just continue to get worse in the near future.

Also Read: Climate Change Disasters In The World – Last Week Of June 2022

Let’s get into the disasters that shook the world in the first week of July.

Disaster Report From 3rd to 8th July 2022

3rd July 2022
DisasterPlaceCountry
Flash FloodsAl Jabal Al AkhdarOman
WildfireCentrevilleUSA
Flash FloodsHelenaUSA
Hailstorm and FloodsSana’aYemen
Flash FloodsGuadalajaraMexico
FloodsSydneyAustralia
4th July 2022

DisasterPlaceCountry
FloodingMontanaUSA
Hurricane YakutiaRussia
HailSouth DakotaUSA
FloodGuadalajaraMexico
Heavy StormArkansasUSA
MudflowHunza ValleyPakistan
TornadoGuangzhouChina
FloodYanjinChina
FloodingSiletBangladesh
5th July 2022

DisasterPlaceCountry
FloodEmmeSwitzerland
Severe StormSaint Martin De ValhaguerFrance
FloodsKarachi and BaluchistanPakistan
FloodingKedahMalaysia
Flood Southern ChinaChina
TornadoAtyrauKazakhstan
StormNorthern ItalyItaly
Forest FiresVarious regionsGreece
6th July 2022

DisasterPlaceCountry
HailEast GenevaSwitzerland
FloodLvivUkraine
Flooding ChalatenangoSalvador
StormHuron, South DakotaUSA
Heavy RainAbu DhabiUAE
TornadoIowaUSA
FloodingCiudad GuzmánMexico
LandslideHimachal PradeshIndia
7th July 2022

DisasterPlaceCountry
Forest FireAlaskaUSA
HurricaneMoscowRussia
Flash FloodsVarious parts of the countryOman
Strong winds and possible tornadoVilla NuevaGuatemala
Heavy HailValenciaSpain
StormMumbaiIndia
8th July 2022

DisasterPlaceCountry
Forest fireMartiguesFrance
HailPoggio RuscoItaly
Forest firesYukon and Northern territoriesCanada

Summary

Floods are wreaking havoc all over the world. Be it developing countries, for instance, Pakistan and Bangladesh, or developed countries, for instance, the USA and Canada, everyone is suffering at the hands of climate change. Tornadoes, storms, and landslides are now becoming more and more common than ever. Yet there is no proper planning to deal with them. The play of power and politics is taking precedence over the real threat.

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