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That's why you should get used to severe heat waves in the future

Created: 07/27/2022 10:32 am

18. Juli 2022: Vier Mädchen sitzen am Trafalgar Square Brunnen in London, UK
The heat wave brings record temperatures. © Vuk Valcic/ZUMA Wire/IMAGO

The highest temperature in history was recorded in the United Kingdom. That’s not a reason to celebrate.

A severe heat wave swept through Europe last week: 40 degrees were measured in the United Kingdom for the first time and high temperatures are also still prevailing in Germany. There are already a lot of memes on Twitter of people trying to cope with this heat. But climate activists view these record temperatures with great concern, because ultimately this heat is a warning sign of climate change. explains what risks the heat wave brings with it and why it is better to get used to it in the future.

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