Climate change caused extreme weather

posted on 11th of june, 2010

Sad photos are coming from Hungary in this article.

As you maybe knows, Eastern-Middle Europe faced with heavy rainstorms and flooding rivers in last few weeks (not only Hungary, but Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, too). News were full with photos about broken trees, people with sandbags, damaged buildings and bridges, flooding water and gumboots at these days - and it's not over yet.

In my country, about 2,000 citizens are evacuated from flooded houses and thousands of people with firefighters and soldiers packed sandbags at northeastern region. In Budapest, Danube reaches hights of 827cm in the middle of week - the embankment had to be closed to traffic as well as several parts of the public transport network.

The flood has caused an estimated 300 million Euros in damage to the country's agriculture so far. Our modern and enlightened society should think about preferences of living - should we use less hard energy, water and polluting natural resources? Should we change our mind to "fix" our nature and weather in an acceptable level?

P.S.: as always, there is someone who happy with that situation...this cute dog played almost an hour in cold water! :)

Comments (12)

Posted by Aginger on June 21, 2010
I agree...and it's still raining, again...
Posted by smartview27 on June 21, 2010
I can see you have an optimistic view too. But when things like that are happeninng it's very, very sad...
Posted by Aginger on June 18, 2010
Sad to hear that...here it's raining again...great thunders and have no place to catch them...
Posted by Kittycat on June 18, 2010
Great photos. It is happening here in the states also.
Posted by Jdanne on June 17, 2010
Impressive photos! We cannot wait for the next generation.
Posted by Jianbinglee on June 12, 2010
With the further development, environmental change is inevitable. I hope the next people to solve the problem.
Posted by smartview27 on June 11, 2010
I think all of us should change something!
Posted by Mani33 on June 11, 2010
These climate changes had hit many parts of the world! In Portugal we had a tragedy in Madeira isle as well! Hope this won't be repeated often!
Nice shots my friend! :)
Posted by Mariaam on June 11, 2010
Great captures! Good luck with these photos!
Posted by Cristalloid on June 11, 2010
Hi Aginger, I am not shure, but I think that it is possible to leave a comment for the reviewer in that you can ask for extra fast reviewing... maybe it helps to get images reviewed faster in special circumstances... yb the way: nice pictures :)
Posted by Aginger on June 11, 2010
You're right. I placed them Editorial because I hoped the're reviewed faster as these'ree present shots and maybe sell better...but DT rewiewed them within 3-4 days. :(
So next batch will be RF, as not urgent anymore.
Posted by Luissantos84 on June 11, 2010
Hi! Why placing them all as Editorial? Ok they are news but can also fit as normal RF no?

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