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Climate change: These cities are on track for extreme conditions by 2050

Cities are expected to experience hotter conditions and less precipitation. Image: Unsplash/Alexes Gerard

Katharina Buchholz

Data Journalist, Statista

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Tehran is projected to have the greatest average temperature increase of 6.2 degrees Celcius. Image: Jean-Francois Bastin et al. Understanding climate change from a global analysis of city analogues, Plos One journals

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