A child tries to stay cool in Sham Shui Po.
This year alone, the world has already witnessed episode after episode of extreme weather events.
Hong Kong itself had seen the average temperature rising at twice the average rate over the past three decades than in the previous 135 years.
What it means is that Hongkongers could be looking at more “very hot days” when the temperature rises to 33 degrees or higher.
There were 47 such days last year, compared with just nine a year on average between 1985 and 2005.
In the worst-case scenario, there could be 112 such scorching days by 2100.
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