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How a 4°C temperature rise will affect people around the world

A global temperature rise will have a big affect on our daily lives. Image: Unsplash/Timo Müller

Robert Wilby

Professor of Hydroclimatic Modelling, Loughborough University


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temperature rise is more prominent in areas with no air conditioning Image: Robert Wilby,

Weather stations often fail to capture the temperature rise in many urban residencies Image: Wilby et al. (2021)

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