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UN: Millions of Children`s Lives at Stake as El Nino Strengthens

As a result of a strengthening El Niño, the UNICEF is warning that 11 million children are at risk from hunger, disease and lack of water in eastern and southern Africa alone.

SOP newswireKazakhstan gets UN help - Heavy rains and rapidly melting snow have displaced more than 13,000 people following Central Asia's harshest winter in decades.
John LillpopEnd Global Warming Caused by Illegal Aliens! - Because of Chertoff's split responsibilities, homeland security has been neglected and short- changed, especially when it comes to illegal aliens.
SOP newswireClimate VISION Progress Report released by DOE - Report measures actions taken by energy-intensive industries to improve greenhouse gas emissions intensity of their operations from 2002 to 2006.
SOP newswireRevolutionize Wildlife Conservation - Make Global Warming History! - Global warming has the potential to wipe out all of the conservation victories of the last century.
SOP newswireSnowstorms in China may signal 'freak weather' now norm - Salvano Briceño warns that world must prepare for 'new kinds of disasters.'
SOP newswireTornados Strike U.S. killing at least 44 - The deadly storms also injured scores of other people, and destroyed or damaged many homes and businesses.
SOP newswireClimate Scientists Predict Fewer U.S. Hurricanes - A warming global ocean — influencing the winds that shear off the tops of developing storms — could mean fewer Atlantic hurricanes striking the United States.
SOP newswire2007 Atlantic Hurricane Season Ends - As the 2007 Atlantic hurricane season officially comes to a close on November 30, NOAA scientists are carefully reviewing a set of
SOP newswireOUR TOP TEN COLD WEATHER SAFETY TIPS for Pets - As the mercury begins to dip in many parts of the country, the ASPCA is offering guidelines to help protect your animal companions:
SOP newswireNOAA Still Sees Above Average Temperatures for Most of the U.S. - In the final forecast update to the U.S. winter outlook, NOAA Climate Prediction Center forecasters remain confident in
SOP newswireRabbi Urges Georgia Governor Perdue to Include Condemnation of Immorality in Prayer for Rain - Rabbi Yehuda Levin, whose prayer for rain in Columbia SC on August 7, 1986, was followed by four days of rain
SOP newswireAntarctica shows need for action on climate change Says UN - Ban Ki-moon, during his historic visit to Antarctica, the first by a United Nations Secretary-General, has said warming temperatures on the
SOP newswireTip leads to Iraqi National Police discovery of 52 rockets - FORWARD OPERATING BASE LOYALTY, Iraq – Iraqi National Police with the 1st Battalion, 4th Brigade, 1st National Division discovered a large weapons cache in the southeast district of New Baghdad in the Iraqi capital Oct. 24.
SOP newswireArctic Report Card Shows Continued Climate Changes - The first update of a report tracking the state of the Arctic indicates that some changes in that region are larger and occurring faster than those previously predicted by climate models, while other indicators show
SOP newswireEffect of Climate Change on Recovery of Ozone Hole Remains Unclear - Washington -- For 20 years -- since September 16, 1987, when representatives of 24 nations signed the first accord -- the Montreal Protocol
SOP newswireNOAA Reports U.S. Likely to Have Above-Average Winter Temperatures - NOAA forecasters are calling for above-average temperatures over most of the country and a continuation of drier-than-average conditions across already drought-stricken parts of the Southwest and Southeast in its winter outlook for the United
SOP newswireTropical Depression EIGHT - This graphic shows an approximate representation of coastal areas under a hurricane warning (red), hurricane watch (pink), tropical storm warning (blue) and tropical storm watch
SOP newswireNOAA Reports La Nina is Developing - La Ni"a refers to the periodic cooling of ocean surface temperatures in the central and east-central equatorial Pacific that occur every three to five years.
SOP newswireObservations of Atmosphere, Oceans Quantify Climate Change - Washington -- World leaders, scientists, environmental groups and industry leaders are gearing up for major international climate change talks -- a September meeting in Washington on global warming, and a December
SOP newswireHurricane Dean Operations at NORTHCOM - U.S. Northern Command officials are closely monitoring Hurricane Dean's progress and continue to respond to requests for Defense Department support in preparation for landfall.
SOP newswireCoastal Watches/Warnings and 3-Day Track Forecast Cone for Dean - NHC forecast tracks of the center can be in error; track forecast errors in recent years were used to construct the areas of uncertainty for the first 3 days (solid white area) and for days 4 and 5 (white stippled area). These areas of uncertainty
SOP newswireJuly 2007 brought record warmth to the western United - July 2007 brought record and near-record warmth to the western United States, while much of the eastern and southern U.S. experienced cooler-than-average
SOP newswireTracking Tropical Storm DEAN - NHC forecast tracks of the center can be in error; track forecast errors in recent years were used to construct the areas of uncertainty for the first 3 days (solid white area) and for days 4 and 5 (white stippled area). These
SOP newswireNew Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook - NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center today released its update to the 2007 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook, maintaining its expectations for an above-normal season.
SOP newswireAtlantic Hurricanes Doubled During Last Century - About twice as many hurricanes form each year on average in the Atlantic Ocean compared to a century ago, states a new statistical study of hurricanes and tropical storms in the north Atlantic. The study concludes that warmer
SOP newswireFourth Climate Action Report - The U.S. Department of State today submitted the Fourth Climate Action Report to the Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The report was developed through an interagency process led by the State Department and reflects comments from
SOP newswireSecretary-General issues strong call for action to combat climate changes - Warning that failure to act on climate change will have grave consequences for all countries, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today in San Francisco called for urgent international action
SOP newswireWarmer- and drier-than-average conditions dominate the U.S. - Warmer- and drier-than-average conditions dominated much of the United States during the first half of 2007, according to scientists at NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center
SOP newswireNOAA Incident Meteorologists Providing On-Site Support Forecasts - The combination of record heat, long term drought, record dry fuels, and an outbreak of thunderstorms producing lightning but little rainfall
SOP newswireNOAA's High-Powered Satellites are Ready for The Atlantic Hurricane Season - With an active Atlantic hurricane season expected for 2007, NOAA"s high-powered satellites are ready to send forecasters a steady stream of crisp, detailed images, and other important data, of
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