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Drought in Australia - 01 Feb 2007
Drought in Australia - 01 Feb 2007
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February 02, 2007
Australian farmer John Weatherstone walks out of his disused shearing shed on his drought-affected property...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Weatherstone walks out of his disused shearing shed on his drought-affected property...
Australian farmer John Weatherstone walks out of his disused shearing shed on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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February 02, 2007
Cars pass a sign regarding water restrictions on the outskirts of the drought-affected southern-tablelands...
Goulburn, Australia
Cars pass a sign regarding water restrictions on the outskirts of the drought-affected southern-tablelands...
Cars pass a sign regarding water restrictions on the outskirts of the drought-affected southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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February 02, 2007
Australian farmer John Weatherstone inspects his cattle on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Weatherstone inspects his cattle on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands...
Australian farmer John Weatherstone inspects his cattle on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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February 02, 2007
Sheep huddle together near a dam on a drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city of...
Goulburn, Australia
Sheep huddle together near a dam on a drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of...
Sheep huddle together near a dam on a drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 kilometres (120miles) south-west of Sydney February 2, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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February 02, 2007
Australian farmer John Weatherstone inspects a drinking trough on his drought-affected property near...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Weatherstone inspects a drinking trough on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands...
Australian farmer John Weatherstone inspects a drinking trough on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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February 02, 2007
Australian farmer John Weatherstone walks through a row of River She-ok trees on his drought-affected...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Weatherstone walks through a row of River She-ok trees on his drought-affected property...
Australian farmer John Weatherstone walks through a row of River She-ok trees on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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February 02, 2007
Sheep huddle together near a dam on a drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of...
Goulburn, Australia
Sheep huddle together near a dam on a drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of...
Sheep huddle together near a dam on a drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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February 02, 2007
A windmill and dead tree are seen on a drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of...
Goulburn, Australia
A windmill and dead tree are seen on a drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of...
A windmill and dead tree are seen on a drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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February 02, 2007
Australian farmer John Weatherstone inspects a drinking trough on his drought-affected property near...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Weatherstone inspects a drinking trough on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands...
Australian farmer John Weatherstone inspects a drinking trough on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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February 02, 2007
Australian farmer John Weatherstone inspects his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Weatherstone inspects his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city...
Australian farmer John Weatherstone inspects his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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February 01, 2007
Australian farmer John Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands...
Goulburn, Australia
Farmer Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands...
Australian farmer John Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120 miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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February 01, 2007
A dead tree can be seen on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city...
Goulburn, Australia
A dead tree can be seen on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city...
A dead tree can be seen on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120 miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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February 01, 2007
Australian farmer John Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands...
Australian farmer John Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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February 01, 2007
Sheep graze on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn,...
Goulburn, Australia
Sheep graze on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn,...
Sheep graze on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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February 01, 2007
Australian farmer John Christensen gets hay to hand-feed his Alpacas on his drought-effected property...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Christensen gets hay to hand-feed his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near...
Australian farmer John Christensen gets hay to hand-feed his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 kilometres (120miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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February 01, 2007
Farmer John Christensen poses with one of his newborn Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the...
Goulburn, Australia
Farmer Christensen poses with one of his newborn Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands...
Farmer John Christensen poses with one of his newborn Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120miles) south-west of Sydney, February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
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February 01, 2007
Sheep graze on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn,...
Goulburn, Australia
Sheep graze on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn,...
Sheep graze on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120 miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
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February 01, 2007
Australian farmer John Christensen inspects his drought-effected property with his dogs near the southern-tablelands...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Christensen inspects his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city...
Australian farmer John Christensen inspects his drought-effected property with his dogs near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
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February 01, 2007
A cow walks across a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn,...
Goulburn, Australia
A cow walks across a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn,...
A cow walks across a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120miles) south-west of Sydney, February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
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February 01, 2007
Australian farmer John Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands...
Australian farmer John Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120 miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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February 01, 2007
A dog stands guard as farmer John Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property...
Goulburn, Australia
A dog stands guard as farmer Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near...
A dog stands guard as farmer John Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120 miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
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February 01, 2007
A sheep walks across a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn,...
Goulburn, Australia
A sheep walks across a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn,...
A sheep walks across a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120 miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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