Extreme weather creates Global Disruption
During last week wildfire in Hawai, floods in china, disturbance in South Korean Scout events is only a warning for coming months. According to US media, in South Korea, extreme weather turned the World Scout Jambore into a survival test for 43,000 teen participants. Over the first few days of the 12-day event, more than 600 boys and girls were
Mass evacuations treated for heat-related illnesses as temperatures hovered around 100 degrees. At that point, the U.S. and U.K. evacuated their scouts. The South Korean government sent the military to build showers and shades, but then Typhoon Khanun forced the remaining 36,000
scouts to flee.