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Deadly heat to surge by 2100, even with emissions reductions: study

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Much of the world will face a significant uptick in deadly heat waves by the end of the century, even if countries manage to meet their agreed-upon emission reduction goals, a new study has found.
3 months ago·Washington, United States

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