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BEIJING HIT BY RECORD SNOWFALL. beijing:. 1.SUMARY. Schools have been closed in the Chinese capital Beijing and flights cancelled due to heavy snow. About 33cm of snow has covered parts of Beijing, the most since 1951. 2.REPORT:.

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Beijing hit by record snowfall

BEIJING HIT BY RECORD SNOWFALL


Beijing hit by record snowfall

beijing:


Beijing hit by record snowfall

1.SUMARY

Schools have been closed in the Chinese capital Beijing and flights cancelled due to heavy snow. About 33cm of snow has covered parts of Beijing, the most since 1951.


Beijing hit by record snowfall

2.REPORT:

  • Some30 highways have closed in the north of China and in Beijing the city's Capital airport saw 90% of flights cancelled or delayed on Sunday. By early Monday, around 40% of flights had been disrupted.

  • In some parts of Beijing, 33cm of snow fell, the heaviest in more than half a century. Volunteers have taken to the streets with snow-shovels to clear the drifts. School children saw their New Year holiday extended by the severe weather. Here and in neighboring Tianjin they were given the day off.

  • More snow is expected across the north of China, although Beijing is expected to remain clear, but temperatures in the capital, already at minus 14, could drop evenfurther.

  • Thousands were left strandedfor a second day after the cold weather brought severe disruption to transport across the country.


Beijing hit by record snowfall

3.VOCABULARY:

Left stranded: stuck in the middle of a journey, not able to continue and not able to go back.

Severe disruption: very bad interference with normal services meaning roads are closed and train and air services reduced.

Some: Approximately.

Volunteers: Members of the public who choose to help without being paid.

Snow-shovels: hand-held tools used to pick up and move snow.

The drifts: the piles of fallen snow.

Extended: made longer

Could drop even further: might get lower.


Beijing hit by record snowfall

the principal causes of these succes are:


Beijing hit by record snowfall

1.CLIMATE CHANGE:

The Government's Standing Committee for Climate Change at the meeting held on 17July 2008 identified six strategic lines key to reducing Greenhouse Gas.

Greenhouse: Waste and manure management; Mobility Sustainable BuildingSustainable Energy Sustainability, Policy and Forest Sinks and innovation. TV


Beijing hit by record snowfall

2.GLOBAL WARMING:

  • Spain is in an area particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change and you feel the adverse effects on water resources, coasts, biodiversity and the Mediterranean ecosystem, to endure higher temperatures, more often suffer fires and heat waves.

  • Spring comes earlier on average 2.3 days per decade, increasingly migrating birds before, sea level rise and global temperature increases in the last century, respectively.

Asurvey of 400 scientists commissioned by the Ministry of Environment and the University of Castilla-La Mancha, presented yesterday, includes this scene for the last third of the X.Diseases: portend increased mortality from heat waves, more disease transmitted by mosquitoes or ticks and more health problems caused by the high level of contamination.Temperature: Inside peninsular could rise between 5 and 70C in summer and between 3 and 4 in winter (in the rest of Spain warming would be between 2 and 30 minor).Precipitation: In summer is expected to fall "maximum" (except Islands), and more in winter less in the northwest and southeast.Sea level: According to the most pessimistic scenario, could grow to a meter.Costs: many beaches would disappear, especially in the Bay of Biscay and flooded much of the lowlands, partly built (delta Del Ebro, La Manga del Mar Menor, the coast of Doñana).Others: Desertification, loss of species in fishing areas and entire ecosystems, less available


Beijing hit by record snowfall

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