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Highlight Climate change and flood risk in European cities
Increased flooding is likely to be one of the most serious effects from climate change in Europe over coming decades. Some of the conditions which may contribute to urban flooding are highlighted in an Eye on Earth map from the European Environment Agency (EEA).
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File Late lessons II Chapter 15 - Floods: lessons about early warning systems
Located in Publications Late lessons from early warnings: science, precaution, innovation Single chapters
File Late lessons II Chapter 14 - Climate change: science and the precautionary priniple
Located in Publications Late lessons from early warnings: science, precaution, innovation Single chapters
Press Release The cost of ignoring the warning signs - EEA publishes ‘Late Lessons from Early Warnings, volume II’
New technologies have sometimes had very harmful effects, but in many cases the early warning signs have been suppressed or ignored. The second volume of Late Lessons from Early Warnings investigates specific cases where danger signals have gone unheeded, in some cases leading to deaths, illness and environmental destruction.
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Figure Projections for combined changes in temperature and precipitation
Annual changes in temperature and precipitation in northern (top panels) and southern Europe (bottom panels) for the periods 2030–2049 (left panels) and 2080–2099 (right panels) relative to 1961–1990. GCM simulations for the SRES A1B scenario, which assumes rather high population and economic growth and a balanced use of energy sources, are shown with green points. Comparable simulations for the ENSEMBLES E1 mitigation scenario are shown with orange points.
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Figure Atmospheric concentration of Nitrous Oxide (ppb)
The figure shows the global atmospheric concentration of nitrous oxide up to 2010.
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Figure Atmospheric concentration of Methane (ppb)
The figure shows the global atmospheric concentration of methane up to 2010.
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Figure Atmospheric concentration of Carbon Dioxide (ppm)
The figure shows the global atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide up to 2010. The value for 2011 is 390.9 ppm but is not included in the chart to ensure consistency with the other greenhouse gas figures.
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Figure Contribution of the different GHGs to the overall greenhouse gas concentration in 1950, 1990 and 2010
Contribution of the different GHGs as included in the Kyoto and Montreal protocol to the overall greenhouse gas concentration in 1950, 1990 and 2010.
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Figure Observed trends in total global concentration of the Kyoto gases, 1850-2010
Data expressed in CO2-equivalent (see CSI013 justification for explanation). The threshold concentration range is based on a 50% probability of exceeding 2 degree Celsius temperature increase, given different models and scenarios.
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