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Study of CESAM warns that increases in temperatures will ‘bake’ the Iberian Peninsula

Study of CESAM warns that increases in temperatures will ‘bake’ the Iberian Peninsula

The temperatures of the Iberian Peninsula will increase in a “very worrying” way during this century. The alert comes from a study by CESAM - University of Aveiro that foresees average temperature increases of 2 to 3 degrees throughout the year, until 2100, enough to cause serious impacts on the environment and, consequently, on public health. In Portugal there are even regions that could register increases of 4 to 5 degrees Celsius daily. The complete news and link for the original article available here.

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