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28 Jun 2022 |
Tribuna Newspaper
In May 2022, NASA data overwhelmed forecasts in Bangladesh

Bangladesh has a long history of deadly and costly storms. Among the most worrisome are the kalbaishakhi , small but powerful storm cells that tend to affect the country in the spring.

26 Jun 2022 |
inferse.com
Bangladesh HIWAT weather and climate SERVIR-HKH
NASA Data Supercharges Forecasting in Bangladesh – nasa.gov

Bangladesh has a long history of deadly and costly storms. Among the most worrisome are kalbaishakhi, small but powerful storm cells that tend to affect the country in the spring. Kalbaishakhi were responsible for a 1989 tornado that is believed to be the deadliest in world history, as well as a lightning strike at a wedding party in 2021 that caused 17 deaths.

24 Jun 2022 |
Environmental News Network
Bangladesh HIWAT weather and climate SERVIR-HKH
NASA Data Supercharges Forecasting in Bangladesh

Bangladesh has a long history of deadly and costly storms. Among the most worrisome are kalbaishakhi, small but powerful storm cells that tend to affect the country in the spring. Kalbaishakhi were responsible for a 1989 tornado that is believed to be the deadliest in world history, as well as a lightning strike at a wedding party in 2021 that caused 17 deaths.

22 Jun 2022 |
egreenews.com
Managing seeds and agricultural losses in the wake of extreme climate events: Lessons from Nepal

As climate change-induced disasters surge around the world, it is the people of the least developed countries paying the bulks of the costs.

22 Jun 2022 |
The Business Standard
Bangladesh HIWAT SERVIR-HKH
Met office gains efficiency but disaster victims fail to understand weather data

Heavy rainfalls occurred in many places till last week owing to an active monsoon over Bangladesh, leading to massive flooding in the northeast and some northern and central parts of the country.

21 Jun 2022 |
Prevention Web
MANAGING SEEDS AND AGRICULTURAL LOSSES IN THE WAKE OF EXTREME CLIMATE EVENTS: LESSONS FROM NEPAL

As climate change-induced disasters surge around the world, it is the people of the least developed countries paying the bulk of the costs.