3.5 m people forced to flee cyclone Fani in India and Bangladesh
1000 killed and 617,000 uprooted from their homes by cyclone Idai in Mozambique and Zimbabwe
Bahamas were recently devastated by Hurricane Dorian
The Amazon forest fires are mostly caused naturally (although no one knows how many were man-made).
Fast ice melt in Greenland and Antarctica.
The Great Barrier Reef blanching and dying.
13 Pacific islands have disappeared in recent years.
Glaciers melting in Andes, Iceland and Asia.
Brush fires across Russian tundra igniting ground peat, which could burn for years, displacing people).
Rust in coffee crops of Central America, leading to collapse of coffee farming in Guatemala and El Salvador major driver of migration save to US).
Libya in huge water crisis (90% of its water now undrinkable)
Sana’a, capital of Yemen has lost all its natural water supply
Lack of water fueling tribal conflicts in Fergana Valley, Afghanistan
Gaza strip ( pop. 2.1 million) will run out of water from its already polluted acquifers in about 12 months time
Present population of Africa 1.35 billion, expected to reach 4.95 billion by 2,100. How will this huge population survive? Good question.
And global climate change is a hoax?