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According to a survey, Europe is warming at a rate that is almost twice as fast as the rest of the world.

Europe is facing the heat like never before, with temperatures rising at an alarming rate, according to top climate monitoring organizations. The World Meteorological Organization and the EU’s Copernicus agency have sounded the alarm, highlighting the urgent need for action to mitigate the impacts of climate change.

The latest report paints a stark picture: Europe is warming up at twice the global average, with temperatures soaring to 2.3 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. This trend spells trouble for human health, glaciers, and economic activity across the continent.

But it’s not all bad news. Europe is making strides in renewable energy, with nearly half of its electricity now coming from sources like wind and solar power. This shift away from fossil fuels is a step in the right direction, but more needs to be done to accelerate the transition.

Despite these efforts, the consequences of climate change are already being felt. Heatwaves, wildfires, and extreme weather events are becoming more frequent, taking a toll on lives and livelihoods. Last year alone, over 150 lives were lost due to storms, floods, and wildfires, with economic losses surpassing billions of euros.

The impact on human health is particularly concerning, with rising temperatures exacerbating heat-related illnesses and deaths. From heatwaves to melting glaciers, Europe is facing a climate crisis that demands urgent attention and action.

Sadhna B

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