North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate were recently hit by the flood disaster. What threatens other cities and countries? A study provides answers.
Hamburg – The climate crisis is here. And hardly to be stopped. The consequences are dire. This was shown by the flood disaster in North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate, when many people died and lost their belongings here.
According to a study by scientists from the journalist and science organization Climate Central and Princeton University in the Hanseatic City of Hamburg, 24hamburg.de * knows what horror scenario is threatening.
The Hanseatic city is already in the spotlight when it comes to climatic developments and weather phenomena: From a tornado like the one recently experienced by the Schleswig-Holstein state capital, Kiel, the city of Hamburg has also been hit several times*. And something else is part of the Hamburg cityscape, such as the Michel or Elbphilharmonie: storm surges. The last Official warning of storm surge and wind in Hamburg* wasn’t too long ago. * 24hamburg.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.