The Paris Council's information and assessment mission "Paris at 50 degrees: adapting to heat waves" recently submitted its report to the Mayor of Paris. According to IPCC projections, Paris could face three times more heat waves by 2050. This report aims to prevent the capital from becoming uninhabitable in the medium term.
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