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Want to find out how much your city will heat up?

An amazing interactive map produced by the BBC allows us to check temperatures projected for 2100 around the globe.

So far, the average temperature of Earth has increased by 1 degree Celsius. Life as we know it will change significantly even if we manage to meet the 1.5 degree warming goal of the Paris Agreement, but there is actually little chance of that. If warming continues at the present rate, the global average temperature could increase by 3 to 5 degrees Celsius by the end of the century relative to conditions before the industrial revolution.

Based on warming forecasts, the BBC have designed an interactive map that shows future average temperatures for individual cities, according to both pessimistic and optimistic climate change scenarios.

Click here to see the map.

According to the worst-case scenario, by 2100, the average July temperature of Budapest, the capital of Hungary could increase by up to 4.5 degrees Celsius relative to 1900 data Photo: Shutterstock
Further information: BBC

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Several hundred temperature records broken in 2019

Between 1 May and 30 August, higher than ever temperatures have been measured in 29 countries, on almost 400 occasions in the Northern Hemisphere.

The perishing glaciers of the Alps – shown from a special perspective

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September 2019 the warmest so far

Data from European climate researchers indicates that this year’s was the warmest September since the Copernicus Climate Change Service began keeping regular records of meteorological data in 1981.

Oceans are warming at an alarming rate

If the current trend continues, oceanic wildlife is in grave danger.

Metropolises in danger

A report from the investment bank Goldman Sachs claims that climate change is putting the world’s cities in danger.

How climate change floods, melts and dries out Earth?

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Changing climate, changing world

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The effects of climate change on the human organism

The unfavourable effects of global warming are already placing a significant burden on people’s health all around the world.

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