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A child tries to stay cool in Sham Shui Po. ⁠ ⁠ This year al

A child tries to stay cool in Sham Shui Po. ⁠
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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.⁠

Photo: Sam Tsang⁠

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