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Global Climate Change <Intro
FORECAST FOR EUROPE

Europe's temperature in the 2050s
Summer temperatures could go up as much as 5°C in the next 50 years. Mediterranean countries are likely to get much hotter than northern Europe, although the trend is reversed in the winter.
Europe is set to undergo dramatic changes. Click on the table below to see how the continent could evolve. Then click on the highlighted countries on the map to find out more.
TEMPERATURE CHANGE:
2050s
2080s
RAINFALL CHANGE:
2050s2080s
This is based on a climate change scenario of 0.4 C per decade, the most extreme of a series of four scenarios developed for the Europe Acacia project, 2000.