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Are you interested in statistics on climate change?




A thematic section, presenting a wide range of statistics and data on climate change, is available on the Eurostat website.

This section provides information on topics related to climate change, such as the human activities that cause climate emergency, also known as drivers, greenhouse gas emissions, the various impacts of climate change, as well as mitigation activities and adaptation measures. 

You can easily access:

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Climate change refers to deviations in climate patterns that exceed climate’s normal variability, brought about by human activities. The greenhouse gases emitted into our atmosphere cause this.

Among the drivers of these emissions are the burning of fossil fuels, industrial processes, livestock farming, and waste treatment. 

Increasing global temperatures, rising sea levels, and more extreme weather conditions are some of the impacts of climate change that have subsequent wide-ranging effects on ecosystems, the economy, society, and human health. Climate change-related statistics can help us understand this entire process better.

Visit the thematic section on climate change to learn more on this topic. 


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