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Figure Suitability of the establishment of the tiger mosquito under the minimum climate change scenario, long term (2030)
Projected suitability of the establishment of the tiger mosquito
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Figure Summer 2003 (June-August) daily maximum temperature anomaly
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File Sustainable cooling helps fight global warming
In Europe, summer heat waves are becoming harder to bear. The demand for air conditioning is on the rise, especially in office buildings. Yet buildings alone represent 40% of the EU's energy consumption, and air conditioning accounts for a significant part of it. In addition, air conditioning produces greenhouse gas emissions, aggravating global warming and putting at risk European climate protection commitments. The solution: reduce the energy requirements of existing air conditioning systems and change the way buildings are designed and used to achieve sustainable summer comfort without active cooling.
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Located in Publications EMEP/CORINAIR Emission Inventory Guidebook - 2007
Article Octet Stream Tackling climate change requires a shift to a resource efficient, low carbon and green economy
Climate change is happening. The current global average temperature is already about 0.7-0.8 degree Celsius above the pre-industrial level. Even if greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations had stabilized in the year 2000, temperatures are predicted to increase by 1.2 degrees Celsius above the pre-industrial level by the end of the 21st century.
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Figure Temperature and precipitation in the Alps for the period 1961–1990
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Figure Temperature change in the Alps and their sub-regions according to different emission scenarios
Regional statistics: G = Greater Alpine Region, A = Alps, NW = north-western Alps, NE = northeastern Alps, SW = southwestern Alps, SE = southeastern Alps, H = higher than 1 500 m.
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Figure Troff document Temperature distribution within a mountain range containing permafrost
Note: Permafrost is present in the blue area bordered by a black line.
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Figure Temperature measured in different boreholes in mountain permafrost in Switzerland 1987-2007
Note: Measured at ca
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Figure application/x-troff-me Temperature-mortality relationship in 15 European cities
Figure shows relationship between daily maximum apparent temperature (Barcelona: mean apparent temperature) and natural mortality (blue) and 95% confidence interval (grey).
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