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 @@ Cape Verde is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_CPV value: position temperature:
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Cape Verde’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Cape Verde’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% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -1.9 % to 42.1% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cape Verde’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% 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 0.1 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Cape Verde’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% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -1.9 % to 42.1% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cape Verde’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% 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 0.1 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.0 million (0.5% 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 @@ Costa Rica is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_CRI value: position temperature:
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Costa Rica’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Costa Rica’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 0.1% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -2.2 % to 2.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Costa Rica’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, 0.1% 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 -0.1 up to 0.0 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Costa Rica’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 0.1% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -2.2 % to 2.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Costa Rica’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, 0.1% 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 -0.1 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 @@ Cuba is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_CUB value: position temperature:2) str
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Cuba’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Cuba’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 -0.0 % to 17.4% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cuba’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, 0.4% 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 0.4 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Cuba’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 -0.0 % to 17.4% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cuba’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.0 million (i.e. 0.2% 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 0.4 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.1 million (0.7% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.0 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 @@ Cyprus is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_CYP value: position temperature:2) s
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Cyprus’ population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Cyprus’ annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 1.9% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 6.5% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.0 % to 23.3% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cyprus’ annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 4.6% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 15.8% 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 0.2 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Cyprus’ annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 1.9% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 6.5% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.0 % to 23.3% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cyprus’ annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.1 million (i.e. 4.6% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 15.8% 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 0.2 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.1 million (9.5% 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 (4.3% 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 @@ Czech Republic is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_CZE value: position temperat
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Czech Republic’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Czech Republic’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 -0.8 % to 12.5% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Czech Republic’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 0.4 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Czech Republic’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 -0.8 % to 12.5% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Czech Republic’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 0.4 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 (0.1% 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 @@ Germany is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_DEU value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Germany’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Germany’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 -0.7 % to 1.6% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Germany’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 -0.2 up to 0.3 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Germany’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 -0.7 % to 1.6% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Germany’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.1 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 -0.2 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 (0.0% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.1 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 @@ Djibouti is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_DJI value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Djibouti’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Djibouti’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 0.4% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -12.7 % to 3.8% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Djibouti’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, 0.3% 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 0.0 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Djibouti’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 0.4% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -12.7 % to 3.8% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Djibouti’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, 0.3% 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 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 @@ Denmark is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_DNK value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Denmark’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Denmark’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 -0.6 % to 0.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Denmark’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 Denmark’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 -0.6 % to 0.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Denmark’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 @@ Dominican Republic is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_DOM value: position temp
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Dominican Republic’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Dominican Republic’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 0.3% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -1.0 % to 4.1% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Dominican Republic’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, 0.3% 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 0.2 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Dominican Republic’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 0.3% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -1.0 % to 4.1% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Dominican Republic’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, 0.3% 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 0.2 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 @@ Algeria is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_DZA value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Algeria’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Algeria’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.5 million (i.e. 1.2% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 3.4% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.0 % to 34.7% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Algeria’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 2.5% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 7.9% 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 3.1 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Algeria’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.5 million (i.e. 1.2% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 3.4% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.0 % to 34.7% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Algeria’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.9 million (i.e. 2.5% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 7.9% 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 3.1 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 1.8 million (4.8% 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 (1.0% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.5 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.7 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Ecuador is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_ECU value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Ecuador’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Ecuador’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 0.0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.5 % to 7.8% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Ecuador’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 -0.1 up to 0.6 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Ecuador’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 0.0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.5 % to 7.8% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Ecuador’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 -0.1 up to 0.6 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 @@ Egypt is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_EGY value: position temperature:2) st
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Egypt’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Egypt’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.8 million (i.e. 0.9% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 10.2% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.0 % to 27.4% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Egypt’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 1 million (i.e. 1.8% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 15.2% 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 16.2 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Egypt’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.8 million (i.e. 0.9% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 10.2% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.0 % to 27.4% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Egypt’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 1.6 million (i.e. 1.8% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 15.2% 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 16.2 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 2.3 million (2.6% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.4 million people (0.5% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 1.3 million people under RCP2.6 and 1.4 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Eritrea is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_ERI value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Eritrea’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Eritrea’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.4% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 3.5% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -1.8 % to 14.5% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Eritrea’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, 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 -0.2 up to 0.8 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Eritrea’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.0 million (i.e. 0.4% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 3.5% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -1.8 % to 14.5% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Eritrea’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, 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 -0.2 up to 0.8 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.0 million (0.5% 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 0.1 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Western Sahara is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_ESH value: position temperat
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Western Sahara’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Western Sahara’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already nan million (i.e. 0.2% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.9% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.1 % to 46.0% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Western Sahara’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, 3.7% 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 nan up to nan million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Western Sahara’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already nan million (i.e. 0.2% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.9% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.1 % to 46.0% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Western Sahara’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by nan million (i.e. 0.3% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 3.7% 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 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 (0.7% 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 (0.3% 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 @@ Spain is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_ESP value: position temperature:2) st
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Spain’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Spain’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.2 million (i.e. 0.5% 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 25.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Spain’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 0.9% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 1.2% 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 2.7 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Spain’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.2 million (i.e. 0.5% 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 25.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Spain’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.4 million (i.e. 0.9% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 1.2% 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 2.7 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.9 million (2.0% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.1 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 @@ Estonia is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_EST value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Estonia’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Estonia’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 0.1% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -1.8 % to 1.2% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Estonia’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, 0.2% 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 0.0 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Estonia’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 0.1% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -1.8 % to 1.2% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Estonia’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, 0.2% 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 0.0 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to decrease by -0.0 million (-0.1% 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 (-0.0% 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 @@ Ethiopia is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_ETH value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Ethiopia’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Ethiopia’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.2 million (i.e. 0.2% 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 4.5% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Ethiopia’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, 0.7% 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 -1.1 up to 6.3 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Ethiopia’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.2 million (i.e. 0.2% 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 4.5% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Ethiopia’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, 0.7% 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 -1.1 up to 6.3 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 0.2 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 @@ Finland is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_FIN value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Finland’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Finland’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already -0.0 million (i.e. -0.1% of the total population) lower than without climate change and amount to 0.4% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -2.6 % to 6.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Finland’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, 0.5% 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 Finland’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already -0.0 million (i.e. -0.1% of the total population) lower than without climate change and amount to 0.4% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -2.6 % to 6.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Finland’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, 0.5% 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 @@ Fiji is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_FJI value: position temperature:2) str
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Fiji’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Fiji’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 0.4% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.8 % to 5.6% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Fiji’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 Fiji’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 0.4% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.8 % to 5.6% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Fiji’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 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 (0.0% 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 @@ Falkland Islands is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_FLK value: position temper
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Falkland Islands’ population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Falkland Islands’ annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already nan million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.3 % to 11.4% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Falkland Islands’ 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 nan up to nan million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Falkland Islands’ annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already nan million (i.e. 0.0% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.3 % to 11.4% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Falkland Islands’ annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by nan 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 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 (0.0% 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 (0.0% 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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