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India’s Climate

India is a large country where has the diversity  and changes in weather from one end of the country to the other. And Tamil Nadu  is located in the South-East and is hottest part of India on average. Temperatures here  rarely below 30ºC and can reach to the high 37/38ºC in May and June. Rainy season is shorter, from beginning from October to December, however, it can rain from July to October as well.

 

North India(Rajasthan, Agra, Delhi, Varanasi)

The best time to travel here is between October and April/May. Temperatures are generally between 20 ºC to the low 30ºC. Rain fall usually ranges from very low to none during this time.

 

May to September temperatures can reach as high as 40ºC/45ºC with high rain fall as this is when the monsoon hits.

 

South India

November to May is the best time to visit South India. Kerala is in the South-West where temperatures are usually around 30ºC all year. Monsoon season is June until September/October.

Tamil Nadu in the South-East, on average is the hottest part of India. Temperatures are rarely below 30ºC and can rise to the high 37/38ºC in May and June. Rainy season is shorter; usually running from October to December, however there may be rain from July to October as well.

 

North East- (Darjeeling, Sikkim) North West India- (Dharamsala, Manali, Ladakh)

North East India and North West India, get extremely cold in the winter, due to their high altitudes temperatures are usually around 7 or 8ºC at best. The rainy seasons are different though, the North-East begins in June and end in October, while the North-West runs from July until the end of August. Although rain is likely to occur in both regions throughout the year.

 

Bombay and Goa

30ºC all year. The main monsoon season is June until September; however even then the temperatures remain constant.This area of India, central and south are generally hot, with temperatures around the low. (Kerala and Tamil Nadu)

For more information and great ideas about where to travel in India take a look at India Travel Plan.

 

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India is a large country where has the diversity  and changes in weather from one end of the country to the other. And Tamil Nadu  is located in the South-East and is hottest part of India on average. Temperatures here  rarely below 30ºC and can reach to the high 37/38ºC in May and June. Rainy season is shorter, from beginning from October to December, however, it can rain from July to October as well.

 

North India(Rajasthan, Agra, Delhi, Varanasi)

The best time to travel here is between October and April/May. Temperatures are generally between 20 ºC to the low 30ºC. Rain fall usually ranges from very low to none during this time.

 

May to September temperatures can reach as high as 40ºC/45ºC with high rain fall as this is when the monsoon hits.

 

South India

November to May is the best time to visit South India. Kerala is in the South-West where temperatures are usually around 30ºC all year. Monsoon season is June until September/October.

Tamil Nadu in the South-East, on average is the hottest part of India. Temperatures are rarely below 30ºC and can rise to the high 37/38ºC in May and June. Rainy season is shorter; usually running from October to December, however there may be rain from July to October as well.

 

North East- (Darjeeling, Sikkim) North West India- (Dharamsala, Manali, Ladakh)

North East India and North West India, get extremely cold in the winter, due to their high altitudes temperatures are usually around 7 or 8ºC at best. The rainy seasons are different though, the North-East begins in June and end in October, while the North-West runs from July until the end of August. Although rain is likely to occur in both regions throughout the year.

 

Bombay and Goa

30ºC all year. The main monsoon season is June until September; however even then the temperatures remain constant.This area of India, central and south are generally hot, with temperatures around the low. (Kerala and Tamil Nadu)

For more information and great ideas about where to travel in India take a look at India Travel Plan.

 

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Marbella Climate

No wonder so many people from colder northern climes come here to live. Not just the European snow birds but there are plenty of those even from across the Atlantic.

In this part of Spain you have many outstanding locations for living and sailing.

Marbella, Puerto Banus, Benalmadena, Cabopino and Sotogrande just to name a few.

The short spring and long autumn seasons tend to merge gently together forming one with no real winter season.

The Mediterranean climate is also known as a ‘winter rainfall’ climate and other areas around the world with a similar sunshine and rainfall pattern are also said to have a Mediterranean climate.

These can be found in the central and southern coast of California which has an amazingly similar topography, the south-western cape of South Africa, central Chile and south-western Australia.

All areas which are defined as having a Mediterranean climate lie between 30-45 degrees latitude irrespective as to whether they are to the north or south of the equator

Rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain but in Andalucia there is usually very little rain between June and September but a reasonable amount of rain between October to March.

The prevailing Westerly wind comes from the Atlantic Ocean and therefore western Andalucia is naturally wetter than the eastern part.

The area to the west of Ronda, is known as the Sierra de Grazalema and this is the wettest area of Spain with just under 90 inches of rain per year.

Tarifa, (where we get the word Tarrif from) lies at Andalucia’s southernmost point where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean is a very windy spot indeed and is a haven for windsurfers here you can see the fantastic emerging city of Tangier rising on the distant sky line. Tarifa dates back to Roman times and beyond.

The mountain ranges are much cooler than the plains and have a higher rainfall with some snow in winter. The Sierra Nevada Mountains, rising above 3000 metres, are covered in snow for much of the year.

There is a very considerable difference in the climate between the inland and coastal parts of Andalucia.

Near the sea temperatures are more temperate in winter and cooler than inland during the summer months. During the months from November to February Inland areas have cooler temperatures often falling many degrees below freezing but then there also very high temperatures during the summer months.

This is a great climate to enjoy and live in. One that is suited for the outdoor life and pursuits such as golf and sailing.

A paradise for Holiday makers and those that choose Marbella as a home.

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No wonder so many people from colder northern climes come here to live. Not just the European snow birds but there are plenty of those even from across the Atlantic.

In this part of Spain you have many outstanding locations for living and sailing.

Marbella, Puerto Banus, Benalmadena, Cabopino and Sotogrande just to name a few.

The short spring and long autumn seasons tend to merge gently together forming one with no real winter season.

The Mediterranean climate is also known as a ‘winter rainfall’ climate and other areas around the world with a similar sunshine and rainfall pattern are also said to have a Mediterranean climate.

These can be found in the central and southern coast of California which has an amazingly similar topography, the south-western cape of South Africa, central Chile and south-western Australia.

All areas which are defined as having a Mediterranean climate lie between 30-45 degrees latitude irrespective as to whether they are to the north or south of the equator

Rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain but in Andalucia there is usually very little rain between June and September but a reasonable amount of rain between October to March.

The prevailing Westerly wind comes from the Atlantic Ocean and therefore western Andalucia is naturally wetter than the eastern part.

The area to the west of Ronda, is known as the Sierra de Grazalema and this is the wettest area of Spain with just under 90 inches of rain per year.

Tarifa, (where we get the word Tarrif from) lies at Andalucia’s southernmost point where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean is a very windy spot indeed and is a haven for windsurfers here you can see the fantastic emerging city of Tangier rising on the distant sky line. Tarifa dates back to Roman times and beyond.

The mountain ranges are much cooler than the plains and have a higher rainfall with some snow in winter. The Sierra Nevada Mountains, rising above 3000 metres, are covered in snow for much of the year.

There is a very considerable difference in the climate between the inland and coastal parts of Andalucia.

Near the sea temperatures are more temperate in winter and cooler than inland during the summer months. During the months from November to February Inland areas have cooler temperatures often falling many degrees below freezing but then there also very high temperatures during the summer months.

This is a great climate to enjoy and live in. One that is suited for the outdoor life and pursuits such as golf and sailing.

A paradise for Holiday makers and those that choose Marbella as a home.

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Climate Change Will Affect Billions Of People

Scientists have made very disappointing forecast for the inhabitants of the Earth. Some billions people can be lost as a result of political chaos and massive migrations caused by climate change.

The group of defenders of peace International Alert has come to conclusion that soil erosion, World Ocean level rise, deglaciation and strengthening of storm caused by climate change will lead to new flares of military actions and social shocks in a greater part of Africa, Asia and South America.

By the way, the Europe is also in a hazard area. The Mediterranean becomes too hot for spending holidays. Snow and ice from the Alps will disappear, that will lead to huge economic consequences.

However the worst is that the majority of the states will be influenced by deficiency of resources and lack of stability and it will prevent them from coping with climate change.

Many countries will lack of ground and water. They will suffer impact of more and more storms in conditions of absence of a government that would be effective enough to provide acceptable of necessary measures. People will be organizing in groups of self-defense, collisions will begin.

The Australian Sydney is threatened with the real apocalypse. Climatic calculations predict significant growth of death rate from heat, devastating forest fires and huge waves which will wash out sea beaches and destroy houses.

In their report “The climate of the conflict» researchers have not forgotten Russia. The control of Moscow over Russia as a whole will not be lost; reduction of areas under crops in some regions will lead to local revolts like what can you observe today in the Chechen Republic.

It is considered, that the majority of the European countries are stable enough nowadays to cope with climate change. The Balkan countries make an exception. Political conditions in such countries as Serbia and Montenegro, as a result of wars has worsened. As temperatures will grow, and quantity of the soil, suitable for farming, will reduce, the overpopulation will lead to violence which authorities are unable to get in control.

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Scientists have made very disappointing forecast for the inhabitants of the Earth. Some billions people can be lost as a result of political chaos and massive migrations caused by climate change.

The group of defenders of peace International Alert has come to conclusion that soil erosion, World Ocean level rise, deglaciation and strengthening of storm caused by climate change will lead to new flares of military actions and social shocks in a greater part of Africa, Asia and South America.

By the way, the Europe is also in a hazard area. The Mediterranean becomes too hot for spending holidays. Snow and ice from the Alps will disappear, that will lead to huge economic consequences.

However the worst is that the majority of the states will be influenced by deficiency of resources and lack of stability and it will prevent them from coping with climate change.

Many countries will lack of ground and water. They will suffer impact of more and more storms in conditions of absence of a government that would be effective enough to provide acceptable of necessary measures. People will be organizing in groups of self-defense, collisions will begin.

The Australian Sydney is threatened with the real apocalypse. Climatic calculations predict significant growth of death rate from heat, devastating forest fires and huge waves which will wash out sea beaches and destroy houses.

In their report “The climate of the conflict» researchers have not forgotten Russia. The control of Moscow over Russia as a whole will not be lost; reduction of areas under crops in some regions will lead to local revolts like what can you observe today in the Chechen Republic.

It is considered, that the majority of the European countries are stable enough nowadays to cope with climate change. The Balkan countries make an exception. Political conditions in such countries as Serbia and Montenegro, as a result of wars has worsened. As temperatures will grow, and quantity of the soil, suitable for farming, will reduce, the overpopulation will lead to violence which authorities are unable to get in control.

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Climate Change Conference – Global Challenges, Local Solutions

Climate Change Conference – Global Challenges, Local Solutions
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CLIMATE CHANGE IS REAL AND ARGUABLY THE MOST IMPORTANT CRISIS IN HUMAN HISTORY.  How do we bring about the transformation to a low/zero carbon world following the euphoria of the December 2015 Paris Climate Conference (COP21), in which 195 countries signed a historic climate deal to limit global warming to below 2 degrees? On Earth Day 2016, United Nations House Scotland (UNH) is delighted to invite you to a small, interactive conference in which you will have the opportunity to listen to a panel of experts and for your voice to be heard. We hope that this conference will inspire thought, and stimulate discussion and debate amongst students, academics and civil society about the way we engage with our planet. Two Sessions will take place throughout the afternoon, with leading experts giving presentations on key issues from both a global and Scottish perspective. Following each session, the audience will be given an opportunity to engage with the Presenters.  Everyone is Welcome! Our Keynote Speakers include: Tessa Tennant: President of the Ice Organisation and non-executive director of the UK Green Investment Bank Tom Ballantine: Chairman of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland Navraj Singh Ghaleigh: Senior Lecturer Climate Law, Edinburgh University Fiona Macleod: Edinburgh Adapts Project Peter Dauerhauer: Researcher in Electronics and Electrical Engineering at Strathclyde University Malcolm Spaven: Chairman of the OpenCast Communities Alliance Apruv Gupta: COP21 Attendee, Edinburgh University Student Chair and Moderator: Dr Gari Donn: UN House Executive Director Refreshments will be served and there will be opportunities to network.   All Proceeds from the tickets will go to fund the Internship Programme at UN House.

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