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Tired Earth Jun 17
June 17th, 2019 is World Day to Combat Desertification & it is themed "Let's grow the future together". By 2045 some 135 million may be displaced as a result of .
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WxSalem Oregon 1h
Here is a look at June Rainfall 0.08" Normal is 1.40" to date Currently 1.32" below normal . Maybe the T-storms the next few days will help our dry spell.
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Badu jr. 3h
Spoke wayyyyy too soon.
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GabeBryden 20h
strange cool wet stuff falling from the sky 😳
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Nihaar Shah Jun 25
Outright ignorance at the plight of farmers. Such arrogance does not befit a man of his stature.
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Rakesh Kumar Dogra Jun 25
Scary situation. Let's conserve whatever little we have.
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GhoseSpot 10m
A 72 feet (nearly 7 storied) deep well dug and constructed at a Tribal Welfare NGO farm in district, highlighting the seriousness of the water-situation.
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Use h2o 23h
A historic in India is so severe that it’s now visible from space:
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Seshadri Ravi 4h
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Immanuel Raj Kumar Jun 25
Jus’ a couple of cutest faces that makes one forget everything that is happening around, for a moment...including the condition & the 😊 Pic courtesy - internet
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Sierra Valley Almond 2h
and how they are watered through is a main focus on the !
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Global Water Crisis Jun 23
A letter to Chennai from a Cape Town journalist (op-ed)
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Dylan Quinnell 12h
Lives on the edge as bites in . As crisis is becoming catastrophe, we are increasingly asking, is anyone listening?
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Earth101 10h
"The intent is to try to suppress a message — in this case, the increasing danger of human-caused ."
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Jeffrey Basara 22m
The Early Online Release version of the role of flash drought and land-atmosphere interactions on the expansion of the 2012 Central US (in Environmental Research Letters) is now available:
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WxSalem Oregon 3h
is on tap to tie the 3rd Driest month of June Here are the driest (Records from 1938-2018) 0.01" 1951 0.07" 1940 0.08" 1938 0.08" 2019* Thus far 0.26" 1987 0.30" 1961
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Mark Roberts Jun 17
Interesting how a good proportion of the country still only got about average rainfall in the last 2 weeks. is still lurking on the horizon.
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Rishika Raka Jun 20
Experts say, World War III will be fought, not over boarders or ideologies but over WATER! It’s time we aggressively look for alternatives.
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Derrick Gassy Wilks 45m
Let's break this now!! Why don't we all just today? I'm 100% certain it would immediately afterwards.
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Dainty Who 5h
Fall rain, fall rain fall! Thankful for the sweet waters that sustain life, and praying you never forsake us.
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