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Siberia Swelters in the Age of Climate Change
08.07.2020  
   
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https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2020/07/08/siberia-swelters-in-the-age-of-climate-change-a70809

 

Siberia's unprecedented heat wave will continue through July, experts have warned, increasing the risk of forest fires and permafrost damage and highlighting the effects of climate change.

 

Forecasts show that five Siberian regions, including one in the Arctic, will experience temperatures of 37 degrees Celsius in early July. This follows The Siberian town of Verkhoyansk reporting possibly the hottest-ever temperature above the Arctic Circle of 38 C earlier in June and other parts of the Arctic seeing 30 C when the average for the time of year is zero.

"Heat waves in summer have always existed, but now, with climate change accelerating, they're becoming longer and more frequent," Alexey Kokorin, the head of the Climate and Energy program at WWF Russia told the Moscow Times in an interview.

 

 


 
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