Venice Flooding Update

Two Months ago, global warming made Venice flood.

Venice floods: Climate change behind highest tide in 50 years, says mayor – BBC News

Venice ‘on its knees’ after second-worst flood ever recorded

Now the canals are almost dry.

Venice canals almost dry, two months after severe floods – BBC News

The canals also went dry in 2018.

Where’s the water GON-DOLA? Venice’s iconic canals run DRY after weeks without rain | World | News | Express.co.uk

Experts said Venice would be underwater by 1990.

19 Mar 1969, 45 – Fort Lauderdale News at Newspapers.com

And global cooling made the canals flood in 1966.

05 Nov 1966, 2 – St. Joseph News-Press/Gazette at Newspapers.com

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5 Responses to Venice Flooding Update

  1. Mohatdebos says:

    It snows in Western Pakistan every winter, but it is much worse this year because of climate change according to the mayor of Quetta. As some of you may have read, Pakistan has suffered from heavy snows and avalanches have killed hundreds of people. Interestingly, glaciers are growing in this area.

  2. G W Smith says:

    The most interesting idea I’ve heard about this is the dredging of ship channels allowing large tourist vessels to access Venice, which also allows the huge Adriatic tides to get into the city. They are building a seawall around the city to combat this but after 40 years they are still not finished.

    • IT IS NOT EASY TO SPEND BILLIONS…unless there is competition…

      • Massive dredging of nearby soot, which holds the Venice Swamp in place.. can undermine it over time..

        But hey, let’s filter as many sweaty tourists thru Venice as possible and bitch about pretend Climate Change.. ignore #ClimateHistory in Venice.. years of Floods thanks to king tides and alta aqua.. followed by empty canals ..

        Hilarious POst Tony!!
        Summed it up well, I can’t stop laughing !!

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