Commit b1c36b9d authored by Mahé Perrette's avatar Mahé Perrette
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fix comma for country's population

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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Belarus is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_BLR value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Belarus’ population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Belarus’ annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already -0.0 million (i.e. -0.0% of the total population) lower than without climate change and amount to 0.2% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -1.3 % to 11.3% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Belarus’ annual population exposed to droughts is projected to decrease by 0 million (i.e. -0.0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.3% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.3 up to 0.3 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Belarus’ annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already -0.0 million (i.e. -0.0% of the total population) lower than without climate change and amount to 0.2% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -1.3 % to 11.3% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Belarus’ annual population exposed to droughts is projected to decrease by -0.0 million (i.e. -0.0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.3% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.3 up to 0.3 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to decrease by -0.0 million (-0.1% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose -0.0 million people (-0.1% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.0 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.0 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Belize is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_BLZ value: position temperature:2) s
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Belize’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Belize’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) lower than without climate change and amount to 0.6% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -1.2 % to 2.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Belize’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 0.3% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 1.4% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.0 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Belize’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) lower than without climate change and amount to 0.6% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -1.2 % to 2.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Belize’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.0 million (i.e. 0.3% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 1.4% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.0 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.0 million (1.3% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose -0.0 million people (-0.1% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose -0.0 million people under RCP2.6 and -0.0 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Bolivia is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_BOL value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Bolivia’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Bolivia’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.3% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.5% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 1.0 % to 17.2% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Bolivia’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 1.0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 1.3% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.5 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Bolivia’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.3% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.5% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 1.0 % to 17.2% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Bolivia’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.1 million (i.e. 1.0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 1.3% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.5 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.2 million (2.1% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.1 million people (1.3% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.1 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.1 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Brazil is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_BRA value: position temperature:2) s
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Brazil’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Brazil’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.3 million (i.e. 0.2% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.1% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.5 % to 15.2% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Brazil’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 0.2% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.2% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 2.8 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Brazil’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.3 million (i.e. 0.2% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.1% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.5 % to 15.2% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Brazil’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.5 million (i.e. 0.2% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.2% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 2.8 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.7 million (0.4% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.5 million people (0.3% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.5 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.3 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Brunei Darussalam is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_BRN value: position tempe
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Brunei Darussalam’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Brunei Darussalam’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) lower than without climate change and amount to 0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.1 % to 1.4% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Brunei Darussalam’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to decrease by 0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.0 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Brunei Darussalam’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) lower than without climate change and amount to 0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.1 % to 1.4% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Brunei Darussalam’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to decrease by 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.0 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to decrease by 0.0 million (0.0% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.0 million people (0.0% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.0 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.0 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Bhutan is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_BTN value: position temperature:2) s
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Bhutan’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Bhutan’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.1% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.4 % to 7.0% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Bhutan’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 0.3% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.3% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.0 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Bhutan’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.1% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.4 % to 7.0% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Bhutan’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.0 million (i.e. 0.3% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.3% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.0 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.0 million (0.9% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose -0.0 million people (-0.0% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.0 million people under RCP2.6 and -0.0 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Botswana is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_BWA value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Botswana’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Botswana’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.1% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.4% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.3 % to 37.4% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Botswana’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 0.5% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.3% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.4 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Botswana’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.1% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.4% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.3 % to 37.4% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Botswana’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.0 million (i.e. 0.5% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.3% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.4 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.0 million (0.4% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.0 million people (0.2% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.0 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.0 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Central African Republic is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_CAF value: positio
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Central African Republic’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Central African Republic’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.1% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.4 % to 10.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Central African Republic’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 0.1% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.1% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.3 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Central African Republic’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.1% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.4 % to 10.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Central African Republic’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.0 million (i.e. 0.1% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.1% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.3 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.0 million (0.6% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.0 million people (0.4% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.0 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.0 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Canada is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_CAN value: position temperature:2) s
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Canada’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Canada’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.1% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.4% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -2.1 % to 10.2% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Canada’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 0.1% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.4% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.3 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Canada’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.1% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.4% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -2.1 % to 10.2% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Canada’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.0 million (i.e. 0.1% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.4% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.3 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.0 million (0.1% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.0 million people (0.1% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.0 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.1 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Cayman Islands is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_CAY value: position temperat
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0% of Cayman Islands’ population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Cayman Islands’ annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already nan million (i.e. 0% of the total population) lower than without climate change and amount to 0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0 % to 0% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cayman Islands’ annual population exposed to droughts is projected to decrease by 0 million (i.e. 0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from nan up to nan million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Cayman Islands’ annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already nan million (i.e. 0% of the total population) lower than without climate change and amount to 0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0 % to 0% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cayman Islands’ annual population exposed to droughts is projected to decrease by nan million (i.e. 0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from nan up to nan million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to decrease by nan million (0% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose nan million people (0% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose nan million people under RCP2.6 and nan million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Switzerland is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_CHE value: position temperature
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Switzerland’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Switzerland’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.1 % to 5.6% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Switzerland’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.0% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.0 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Switzerland’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.1 % to 5.6% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Switzerland’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.0% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.0 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.0 million (0.0% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose -0.0 million people (-0.0% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.0 million people under RCP2.6 and -0.0 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Chile is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_CHL value: position temperature:2) st
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Chile’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Chile’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.1 million (i.e. 0.4% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 1.9% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.5 % to 15.7% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Chile’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 1.0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 2.8% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from 0.0 up to 1.0 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Chile’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.1 million (i.e. 0.4% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 1.9% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.5 % to 15.7% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Chile’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.2 million (i.e. 1.0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 2.8% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from 0.0 up to 1.0 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.5 million (2.7% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.1 million people (0.3% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.2 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.2 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ China is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_CHN value: position temperature:2) st
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of China’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming China’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 5.5 million (i.e. 0.4% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.8% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.0 % to 14.6% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, China’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 11 million (i.e. 0.8% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 1.7% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -3.1 up to 50.0 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming China’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 5.5 million (i.e. 0.4% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.8% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.0 % to 14.6% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, China’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 11.1 million (i.e. 0.8% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 1.7% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -3.1 up to 50.0 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 25.4 million (1.9% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 20.5 million people (1.5% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 11.8 million people under RCP2.6 and 7.7 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Cote dIvoire is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_CIV value: position temperatur
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Cote dIvoire’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Cote dIvoire’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.3 million (i.e. 1.2% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 1.2% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.1 % to 31.4% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cote dIvoire’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 2.6% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 2.4% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.1 up to 4.3 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Cote dIvoire’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.3 million (i.e. 1.2% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 1.2% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.1 % to 31.4% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cote dIvoire’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.6 million (i.e. 2.6% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 2.4% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.1 up to 4.3 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.6 million (3.0% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.4 million people (1.8% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.4 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.4 million people under RCP6.0.
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Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Cameroon’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Cameroon’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.2% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.6% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.1 % to 7.3% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cameroon’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 0.3% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.3% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 1.1 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Cameroon’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.2% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.6% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.1 % to 7.3% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cameroon’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.1 million (i.e. 0.3% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.3% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 1.1 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.2 million (0.9% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.2 million people (1.0% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.1 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.1 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Democratic Republic of Congo is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_COD value: pos
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Democratic Republic of Congo’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Democratic Republic of Congo’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.1 million (i.e. 0.1% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.3% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.2 % to 31.1% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Democratic Republic of Congo’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 0.2% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.3% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.1 up to 13.6 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Democratic Republic of Congo’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.1 million (i.e. 0.1% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.3% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.2 % to 31.1% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Democratic Republic of Congo’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.1 million (i.e. 0.2% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.3% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.1 up to 13.6 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.2 million (0.3% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.1 million people (0.2% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.2 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.2 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Congo is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_COG value: position temperature:2) st
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Congo’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Congo’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.2 % to 17.8% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Congo’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.1% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.2 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Congo’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.2 % to 17.8% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Congo’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.1% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.2 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.0 million (0.2% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.0 million people (0.0% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.0 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.0 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Cook Islands is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_COK value: position temperatur
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Cook Islands’ population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Cook Islands’ annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already nan million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) lower than without climate change and amount to 0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.4 % to 4.8% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cook Islands’ annual population exposed to droughts is projected to decrease by 0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from nan up to nan million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Cook Islands’ annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already nan million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) lower than without climate change and amount to 0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.4 % to 4.8% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cook Islands’ annual population exposed to droughts is projected to decrease by nan million (i.e. 0.0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from nan up to nan million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by nan million (100.0% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose nan million people (100.0% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose nan million people under RCP2.6 and nan million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Colombia is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_COL value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Colombia’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Colombia’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.4 % to 4.2% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Colombia’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 0.2% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.2% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.1 up to 0.6 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Colombia’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.4 % to 4.2% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Colombia’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.1 million (i.e. 0.2% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.2% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.1 up to 0.6 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.2 million (0.3% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.1 million people (0.2% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.1 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.0 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Comoros is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_COM value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Comoros’ population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Comoros’ annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) lower than without climate change and amount to 0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.3 % to 2.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Comoros’ annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 0.1% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.0 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Comoros’ annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) lower than without climate change and amount to 0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.3 % to 2.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Comoros’ annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.0 million (i.e. 0.1% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0% of the total population would be affected by droughts, on average. Across the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models this expected level of change ranges from -0.0 up to 0.0 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to decrease by 0.0 million (0.0% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.0 million people (0.0% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.0 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.0 million people under RCP6.0.
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