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How Spain should adapt to earlier and more frequent heatwaves
As the country melts in its earliest heatwave in over 40 years, analysts say Spain must adapt to a new reality of earlier heatwaves with longer droughts.
Baking Balkans as heatwave set to sizzle parts of southeast Europe
Temperatures are predicted to rise as high as 43 degrees celsius
Europe in grip of first heatwave of season, but what are the records?
According to weather service severe-weather.eu, the current episode of heat across Western Europe should expand east towards central Europe around the middle of the week.
France experiences driest July in more than 60 years
According to Météo France, from July 1 to July 28, average precipitation represented only 28% of normal values across the country, making last month the driest July since 1959.
Summer heatwaves killed 1,500 people in France, Health Minister says
A total of 1,435 people passed away during the heatwaves including 567 during the first wave in late June-early July and 868 during the second wave in late July, Agnès Buzyn told France Info and France Inter radio stations.
Human activity behind for 96% of wildfires in southern Europe: WWF
At least 40% of wildfires are started because of negligence. Another 26% are criminal.
Topless sunbathing allowed in Munich after heatwave sparks debate
Tempers flared last Friday when women sunbathing topless on the Isar river banks were told off by security guards.
'It's too hot', naked motorcyclist tells German police during heatwave
Police in Brandenburg released pictures of the man on their social media accounts and praised him for wearing a helmet.
Climate extremes have cost Europe €453 billion since 1980
Nearly a third of all economic losses since 1980 across Europe were caused by floods.
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State of the Union: Deadly wildfires hit Greece and JC goes to DC
In this edition of State of the Union: the EU steps in to help Greece as it’s hit by deadly wildfires; EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker