Climate change made record breaking early season heat in Argentina and Paraguay about 60 times more likely
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Heatwaves are a regular occurrence in Paraguay and Argentina and as the attribution analysis indicates, these types of events are increasing in frequency and intensity, which adds urgency to the need to adapt to this new normal. Investments in improving heat early warning systems, urban planning for heat, and behavioural change communication can help to reduce heat impacts now and in the future.
World Weather Attribution
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