Without urgent action, yearly extreme heat waves await Europeans

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BRUSSELS — Europe faces the prospect of severe heat waves every year and a halving of some of its harvests in the future unless rapid action is taken against climate change, a study said. The report, by the European Union environmental agency (EEA), foresees that uncontrolled climate change will cause extreme heat waves every year […]

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