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Earth Today | Caribbean economies at risk | News

Earth Today | Caribbean economies at risk | News

FROM TOURISM to agriculture and fisheries, shipping and trade, Caribbean economies hang in the balance from seemingly unrelenting changes in climate – a reality made worse if the planet is allowed to warm beyond 1.5 degrees Celsius. “Small island developing states (SIDS) are heavily dependent on climate-sensitive economic sectors, such ...

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Incredibly hot June broke Prague’s all-time record

Incredibly hot June broke Prague's all-time record

This June was the hottest one ever recorded at Prague’s Klementinum since record keeping began in 1775, with an average of 24.5 degrees Celsius. This was two degrees warmer than the previous record holder, June 1811. It was not the hottest month ever in Prague, though, as August 1807 and ...

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Prague sets new all-time high temperature record

Prague sets new all-time high temperature record

Sunday, June 30, was the hottest day ever at Prague’s Klementinum since record keeping began 244 years ago. Meteorologists measured 37.9 degrees Celsius. The previous records from June 1983 and 2013 have been beaten by 1/10th of a degree Celsius. The tower in the Klementinum, near Charles Bridge, has been ...

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European Heat Records Tumble With Paris Warmer Than Cairo

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0. 8em)–sm” type=”text” content=”(Bloomberg) — Europe’s latest summer heatwave broke heat records just weeks after the continent recorded its hottest ever June, fueling concern that a shifting climate is making extreme weather events more frequent.” data-reactid=”22″>(Bloomberg) — Europe’s latest summer heatwave broke heat records just ...

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