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Figure Simulated land average maximum 5-day total precipitation for different European regions (1860-2100)
The 20th century (black), models simulations for IPCC SRES intermediate A1B (orange) and low B1 (green) emission scenarios
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Figure OpenDocument Spreadsheet Modelled three-monthly fire danger levels in Europe for 1961-1990 and 2071-2100 and change between these periods
Based on the IPCC SRES high emissions A2 scenario and the HIRAM model
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Figure Percentage of Europe experiencing moderate drought conditions during the 20th century
Expressed as standardized precipitation indices (SPI) for time scales of 12 months
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Figure Average annual changes in fire danger level 1958-2006
Based on use of Seasonal Severity Rating (SSR)
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Figure Projected relative change of annual maximum daily mean wind speed between 1961-2000 and 2050 using different models
Data are calculated for 10 m height using the + 2 oC scenario for 2050 (IPCC-SRES A1B emission scenarios) and the reference climate (1961-2000) from three similar models (left) and one different model, MIROCHi (right).
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Figure Summer 2003 (June-August) daily maximum temperature anomaly
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Figure The linear trend in surface temperature over Europe 1958 - 2001
Linear trend (oC/50 years) calculated from ERA40 data for the period 1958 to 2001
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Publication Greenhouse gas emission trends and projections in Europe 2008
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Publication Impacts of Europe's changing climate - 2008 indicator-based assessment
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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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