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  • (12 Aug 2010) SHOTLIST
    Ghaus Pur, Pakistan – 11 August 2010
    1. Aerial of floodwaters surrounding houses
    2. Various of villagers being winched to safety
    Zhouqu, China – 11 August 2010
    3. Wide of soldiers in deep mud shovelling, with large excavator mired in deep mud in background
    4. Close shot of excavator cab and arm buried deep in mud
    5. Low angle shot of soldiers shovelling mud
    Noginsk District, Russia – 10 August 2010
    ++AUDIO AS INCOMING++
    6. Wide of soldiers putting out fire with water hoses
    7. Close of soldiers in masks
    8. Wide of water dousing trees
    Washington DC, US – 11 August 2010
    9. Set-up shot of weather expert in office
    10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tom Karl, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Services:
    “To date, this year, from January through July, on average global temperatures are warmest since we’ve begun keeping records back in 1880. Russia and central Asia this year happen to be the epicentres of very warm conditions this summer. To accompany those warm conditions, we’re seeing very heavy precipitation in the monsoon areas in Pakistan. These events are not disconnected. The climate system is connected.”
    Ghaus Pur, Pakistan – 11 August 2010
    11. Villager being winched to safety
    Zhouqu, China – 11 August 2010
    12. Excavators digging and working to clear debris
    13. Two soldiers bailing water out of hole
    Noginsk District, Russia – 10 August 2010
    ++AUDIO AS INCOMING++
    14. Wide of smouldering wood
    15. Close of small flames
    Washington DC, US – 11 August 2010
    16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tom Karl, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Services:
    “We are seeing that all the seasons are warming. In fact, in the high latitudes, the winter season is actually warming more than the summer season, but the key here is that trying to look at the patterns of changes and seasonality of changes, when you try to put that all together and understand what might be causing the changes, you walk away with, if you were a betting person, 19 chances out of 20, humans are having a major impact on why we’re seeing these records.”
    Moscow, Russia – 9 August 2010
    17. Wide pan of the Kremlin obscured by smoke haze
    18. Wide of street, traffic
    STORYLINE
    The Washington-based National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said on Wednesday that the first seven months of 2010 saw the highest global temperatures since weather records began in 1880.
    Climate expert Tom Karl, of the NOAA, said that extreme weather events affecting parts of Asia and Europe are linked to the higher temperatures.
    The intense flooding deluge in Pakistan began two weeks ago, and has washed away roads, bridges and many communications lines, hampering rescue efforts staged by aid organisations and the government.
    Two weeks of flooding have killed 1,500 there.
    Flooding in China has killed about 1,800 people this year and caused tens of (b) billions of US dollars in damage across 28 provinces and regions.
    In Russia, meanwhile, the damage from wildfires was expected to hit 15 (b) billion US dollars, or about one percent of Russia’s gross domestic product, according to a business newspaper.
    The hottest summer since record-keeping began 130 years ago has cost Russia more than a third of its wheat crop and prompted the government to ban wheat exports.
    Fires in the Noginsk District and half a dozen other districts to the east and south-east of Moscow have endangered the lives of people in Moscow and surrounding areas who suffer from cardio-vascular complications and bronchial asthma.
    Karl, the temporary director of Climate Services at NOAA, said the events and the high temperatures are connected.
    Karl said that temperatures worldwide throughout all seasons are on the rise.

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