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2017.

More deaths from temperature-related health impacts of climate change
The Guardian, UK, 17 November 2017.

L’esccesso dí mortalità per il riscaldamento globale
Le Science, Italy, 14 November 2017.

Fewer Britons will die fro the cold under climate change, study suggests
The Telegraph, UK, 13 November 2017.

Global warming will cause death rates in warm countries to increase by up to 12.7% by 2090 if no action is taken, scientists warn
Daily Mail, UK, 13 November 2017.

Las olas de calor aumentan la mortalidad en todo el mundo
La Vanguardia, Spain, 11 August 2017.

Las olas de calor aumentan en España hasta un 20% el riesgo de muerte
El Periódico, Spain, 11 August 2017.

2016.

Beware: Winter is coming
The New York Times, USA, 19 December 2016.

El calor es más mortal al comienzo del verano
El País, Spain, 4 July 2016.

Worrying weather: roller-coaster temperature swings increase risk of dying, new study finds
South China Morning Post, China, 27 June 2016.

2015.

Moderately cold weather ‘more deadly than heatwaves or extreme cold
The Guardian, UK, 21 May 2015.

Mildly cold, drizzly days far deadlier than extreme temperatures for Brits, says study
The Independent, UK, 21 May 2015.

Cold weather twenty times more deadly than hot weather, study suggests
The Telegraph, UK, 21 May 2015.

Why a cold snap is 20 times more lethal than a heatwave – and there are more deaths caused by moderate hot or cold than extreme temperatures
Daily Mail, UK, 21 May 2015.

Study: Cold kills 20 times more people than heat
US Today, USA, 21 May 2015.

Cold weather is much deadlier than extreme heat, study says
Los Angeles Times, USA, 21 May 2015.

El frío mata 20 veces más personas que el calor
ABC, Spain, 21 May 2015.

Cold weather kills far more people than hot weather
The Times of India, India, 21 May 2015.

 

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