Why are there record-breaking heatwaves in Europe? – Facts Tell

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A heatwave – a period of excessively hot weather – is scorching Europe this summer. On July 19, recorded temperatures exceeded 40 degrees Celsius for the first time in the UK. So why are heatwaves occuring in Europe? And how did some great powers pursue political interests at the expense of climate change?

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https://news.cgtn.com/news/2022-08-08/Why-are-there-record-breaking-heatwaves-in-Europe-Facts-Tell-1ckret1m2di/index.html

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