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EASAC confirms increased frequency of extreme weather events

News: Mar 23, 2018

New data show that extreme weather events have become more frequent over the past 36 years, according to a new publication, “Extreme weather events in Europe: Preparing for climate change adaptation: an update on EASAC’s 2013 study” by the European Academies’ Science Advisory Council (EASAC) that was released on Mars 21st.

Given the increase in the frequency of extreme weather events, EASAC calls for stronger attention to climate change adaptation across the European Union: leaders and policy-makers must improve the adaptability of Europe’s infrastructure and social systems to a changing climate.

 

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Profesor Deliang Chen
Cellphone: 0046 (0) 766 184813
E-mail: deliang@gvc.gu.se

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