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Extreme weather kills 11,300 in Libya, scientists reveal cause of floods
Written by SOT.COM.AL 19 Shtator 2023
The deadly rainfall that caused catastrophic flooding and destruction in Libya and other parts of the Mediterranean this month was made much more likely and worse by the human-made climate crisis, in addition to other human factors, according to a new scientific . analysis.
The World Weather Attribution Initiative, a team of scientists analyzing the role of climate change in extreme weather events, found that global warming pollution made deadly rainfall in Libya up to 50 times more likely and 50% worse. They also found that extreme rainfall that hit Greece, Turkey and Bulgaria was 10 times more likely.
The devastation from the rain was exacerbated by a number of other factors, including inadequate infrastructure and construction in flood-prone areas, according to the analysis released on Tuesday.