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CUHK study finds extreme hot weather will definitely increase in the future|Long-term planning for cooling facilities and public spaces is required

Press Release, Climate Change, Research, SDG11 Sustainable Cities and Communities | 21 August 2022

// Hong Kong has been experiencing hotter summers and more scorching days in recent years due to climate change and urbanisation.  According to collaborative research by The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) and other universities, it is predicted that extreme hot weather in Hong Kong will certainly increase in the future, with a rise in temperature and a longer duration.  The research team proposes long-term planning for cooling facilities in order to alleviate the health impacts on citizens of extreme heat. //

Read the article in full: https://bit.ly/3CiYUcn

CUHK study finds extreme hot weather will definitely increase in the future|Long-term planning for cooling facilities and public spaces is required

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21 August 2022

08:00am

// Hong Kong has been experiencing hotter summers and more scorching days in recent years due to climate change and urbanisation.  According to collaborative research by The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) and other universities, it is predicted that extreme hot weather in Hong Kong will certainly increase in the future, with a rise in temperature and a longer duration.  The research team proposes long-term planning for cooling facilities in order to alleviate the health impacts on citizens of extreme heat. //

Read the article in full: https://bit.ly/3CiYUcn

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