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New UN report on weather phenomena

According to the UN report, the huge increase in droughts, floods, and fires took 1.23 million lives and affected 4.2 billion people. Experts predict heatwaves and droughts will be the biggest threats in the next decade as temperatures continue to rise.

According to the UN, the amount of extreme weather phenomena has increased dramatically in the last 20 years, causing huge losses to people and the economy worldwide. Droughts, floods, earthquakes, tsunamis, wildfires, and extreme temperatures were among the most common severe damage events. Experts warn that if weather events continue to increase at this pace, over the next 20 years, mankind’s future looks scary.