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Climate change could kill 150,000 Europeans per year by 2100

A new report has found that over 150,000 people could die every year in Europe from extreme weather by 2100. Image: REUTERS/Mike Blake

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Temperatures will continue to soar unless governments get a grip on climate change Image: REUTERS/Petar Kujundzic
Most people are worried about droughts caused by climate change Image: PEW Research Center
Environmental campaigners have long highlighted the link between fossil fuels and global warming Image: REUTERS/Tomasz Stanczak/Agencja Gazeta
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