#Regram #RG @aljazeeraenglish: “This is climate chaos – what it actually looks like.” – Tim Gore, Oxfam’s climate policy leader.⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ Oxfam has found that people were three times more likely to be displaced by cyclones, floods or fires than by conflicts.⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ Here are some facts that show how it’s mostly poor nations that are paying the price for climate chaos:⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 1. In Cuba 🇨🇺, nearly 5% of the population has been displaced annually by extreme weather | 📸: Adalberto Roque, @afpphoto⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 2. In Guatemala 🇬🇹, a six-year drought has devastated crops, bringing poverty and hunger | 📸: Marvin Recinos, @afpphoto⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 3. In 2018, 3.6% of Somalia’s 🇸🇴 population were newly displaced by extreme weather events and 3.9% were newly displaced by conflict | 📸: Feisal Omar, @reuters⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 4. The Philippines 🇵🇭 tops the list of countries where people are most at risk of displacement as a result of conflict and extreme weather disasters | 📸: Erik de Castro, @reuters⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 5. In Pakistan 🇵🇰, repeated droughts and cyclones between 1999 and 2012 resulted in the forced displacement of entire communities. | 📸: Muhammed Muheisen, @apnews⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 6. After the cyclone in Mozambique 🇲🇿, displaced women often lacked information on their legal rights | 📸: Zohra Bensemra, @reuters⁠⠀
.⁠⠀ 7. Small island developing states such as Tuvalu 🇹🇻 face the highest risk of internal displacement as a result of extreme weather events | 📸: Dave Hunt-Pool, @gettyimages⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 8. The vast majority – around 80% – of those displaced live in Asia. A single event, Cyclone Fani, triggered the displacement of nearly 3.5 million people in Bangladesh 🇧🇩 and India 🇮🇳 in May 2019 | 📸: @apnews⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 9. Storms – regular in Sri Lanka 🇱🇰 – are becoming more destructive as warmer waters contribute to higher maximum wind speeds and more rainfall | 📸: Ishara S. Kodikara, @afpphoto⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 10. Cyclone Idai, which hit Zimbabwe 🇿🇼 this year, mostly affected communities in rural areas with poor road infrastructure and housing. | 📸: Zinyange Aunthony, @afpphoto⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ Read our article with more of Oxfam’s findings in the link in our bio.⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ #weather #climate

Leonardo DiCaprio Instagram:    “This is climate chaos - what it actually looks like.” - Tim Gore, Oxfam’s cl...

Leonardo DiCaprio Instagram Caption:

“This is climate chaos – what it actually looks like.” – Tim Gore, Oxfam’s cl…

Leonardo DiCaprio Instagram Post:

#Regram #RG @aljazeeraenglish: “This is climate chaos – what it actually looks like.” – Tim Gore, Oxfam’s climate policy leader.⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ Oxfam has found that people were three times more likely to be displaced by cyclones, floods or fires than by conflicts.⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ Here are some facts that show how it’s mostly poor nations that are paying the price for climate chaos:⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 1. In Cuba 🇨🇺, nearly 5% of the population has been displaced annually by extreme weather | 📸: Adalberto Roque, @afpphoto⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 2. In Guatemala 🇬🇹, a six-year drought has devastated crops, bringing poverty and hunger | 📸: Marvin Recinos, @afpphoto⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 3. In 2018, 3.6% of Somalia’s 🇸🇴 population were newly displaced by extreme weather events and 3.9% were newly displaced by conflict | 📸: Feisal Omar, @reuters⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 4. The Philippines 🇵🇭 tops the list of countries where people are most at risk of displacement as a result of conflict and extreme weather disasters | 📸: Erik de Castro, @reuters⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 5. In Pakistan 🇵🇰, repeated droughts and cyclones between 1999 and 2012 resulted in the forced displacement of entire communities. | 📸: Muhammed Muheisen, @apnews⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 6. After the cyclone in Mozambique 🇲🇿, displaced women often lacked information on their legal rights | 📸: Zohra Bensemra, @reuters⁠⠀
.⁠⠀ 7. Small island developing states such as Tuvalu 🇹🇻 face the highest risk of internal displacement as a result of extreme weather events | 📸: Dave Hunt-Pool, @gettyimages⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 8. The vast majority – around 80% – of those displaced live in Asia. A single event, Cyclone Fani, triggered the displacement of nearly 3.5 million people in Bangladesh 🇧🇩 and India 🇮🇳 in May 2019 | 📸: @apnews⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 9. Storms – regular in Sri Lanka 🇱🇰 – are becoming more destructive as warmer waters contribute to higher maximum wind speeds and more rainfall | 📸: Ishara S. Kodikara, @afpphoto⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 10. Cyclone Idai, which hit Zimbabwe 🇿🇼 this year, mostly affected communities in rural areas with poor road infrastructure and housing. | 📸: Zinyange Aunthony, @afpphoto⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ Read our article with more of Oxfam’s findings in the link in our bio.⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ #weather #climate

A photo posted by Leonardo DiCaprio (@leonardodicaprio) on

Leonardo DiCaprio Instagram content:

#Regram #RG @aljazeeraenglish: “This is climate chaos – what it actually looks like.” – Tim Gore, Oxfam’s climate policy leader.⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ Oxfam has found that people were three times more likely to be displaced by cyclones, floods or fires than by conflicts.⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ Here are some facts that show how it’s mostly poor nations that are paying the price for climate chaos:⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 1. In Cuba 🇨🇺, nearly 5% of the population has been displaced annually by extreme weather | 📸: Adalberto Roque, @afpphoto⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 2. In Guatemala 🇬🇹, a six-year drought has devastated crops, bringing poverty and hunger | 📸: Marvin Recinos, @afpphoto⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 3. In 2018, 3.6% of Somalia’s 🇸🇴 population were newly displaced by extreme weather events and 3.9% were newly displaced by conflict | 📸: Feisal Omar, @reuters⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 4. The Philippines 🇵🇭 tops the list of countries where people are most at risk of displacement as a result of conflict and extreme weather disasters | 📸: Erik de Castro, @reuters⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 5. In Pakistan 🇵🇰, repeated droughts and cyclones between 1999 and 2012 resulted in the forced displacement of entire communities. | 📸: Muhammed Muheisen, @apnews⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 6. After the cyclone in Mozambique 🇲🇿, displaced women often lacked information on their legal rights | 📸: Zohra Bensemra, @reuters⁠⠀
.⁠⠀ 7. Small island developing states such as Tuvalu 🇹🇻 face the highest risk of internal displacement as a result of extreme weather events | 📸: Dave Hunt-Pool, @gettyimages⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 8. The vast majority – around 80% – of those displaced live in Asia. A single event, Cyclone Fani, triggered the displacement of nearly 3.5 million people in Bangladesh 🇧🇩 and India 🇮🇳 in May 2019 | 📸: @apnews⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 9. Storms – regular in Sri Lanka 🇱🇰 – are becoming more destructive as warmer waters contribute to higher maximum wind speeds and more rainfall | 📸: Ishara S. Kodikara, @afpphoto⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ 10. Cyclone Idai, which hit Zimbabwe 🇿🇼 this year, mostly affected communities in rural areas with poor road infrastructure and housing. | 📸: Zinyange Aunthony, @afpphoto⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ Read our article with more of Oxfam’s findings in the link in our bio.⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ #weather #climate

Instagram User:

Leonardo DiCaprio

Instagram date:

2019-12-06 16:07:54

Leonardo DiCaprio Instagram Pictures:

Leonardo DiCaprio InstagramLeonardo DiCaprio InstagramLeonardo DiCaprio InstagramLeonardo DiCaprio InstagramLeonardo DiCaprio InstagramLeonardo DiCaprio InstagramLeonardo DiCaprio InstagramLeonardo DiCaprio InstagramLeonardo DiCaprio InstagramLeonardo DiCaprio Instagram

Leonardo DiCaprio life

Leonardo Wilhelm DiCaprio (born November 11, 1974) is an American actor and film producer. DiCaprio began his career by appearing in television commercials in the late 1980s. He next had recurring roles in various television series, such as the soap opera Santa Barbara and the sitcom Growing Pains.

He debuted in his film career by starring as Josh in Critters 3 (1991). He starred in the film adaptation of the memoir This Boy's Life (1993), and received acclaim and his first Academy Award nomination for his supporting role in What's Eating Gilbert Grape (1993). He gained public recognition with leading roles in The Basketball Diaries (1995) and the romantic drama Romeo + Juliet (1996). He achieved international fame as a star in James Cameron's epic romance Titanic(1997), which became the highest-grossing film of all time to that point.