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Written by SOT.COM.AL 14 Shtator 2021
The number of extremely hot days each year, where the temperature reaches 50 C, has doubled since the 1980s.
According to the BBC, hot days are already being recorded in more parts of the world than ever before, posing unprecedented challenges to human health and the way we live.
The total number of days with temperatures above 50C, has increased in each decade since 1980.
On average between 1980-2009 the days with temperatures above 50 degrees were about 14 days a year. But that number almost doubled between 2010-2019, reaching 26 days a year.
At the same time, temperatures above 45 degrees are now recording an average of two weeks more in a year than in the past.
"The increase can be attributed to 100% burning of fossil fuels," says Dr Friederike Otto.
High heat can be deadly to humans and nature, and cause major problems for buildings, roads and energy systems.
Temperatures of 50 degrees Celsius are recorded mainly in the Middle East and Gulf regions.
And after record temperatures of 48.8C in Italy and 49.6C in Canada this summer, scientists have warned that days above 50C will be recorded again if we do not reduce fossil fuel emissions.
"We have to act fast. The sooner we reduce our (carbon) emissions, the better we will be, otherwise not only will extreme heat incidents become more severe and frequent, but emergency response and recovery will also be difficult, Said climate researcher Dr. Sihan Lee from the Oxford School of Geography and Environment.
But these increases have not been felt uniformly around the world: Eastern Europe, South Africa and Brazil saw some maximum temperatures rise by more than 1C, and parts of the Arctic and Middle East recorded increases of more than 2C./BBC