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 @@ Haiti is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_HTI value: position temperature:2) st
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Haiti’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Haiti’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 -0.3 % to 2.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Haiti’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, 0.3% 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 Haiti’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 -0.3 % to 2.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Haiti’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, 0.3% 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 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 @@ Hungary is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_HUN value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Hungary’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Hungary’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 0.2% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.4 % to 22.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Hungary’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, 0.8% 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 0.9 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Hungary’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 0.2% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.4 % to 22.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Hungary’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, 0.8% 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 0.9 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.1 million (1.5% 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 (0.1% 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 @@ Indonesia is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_IDN value: position temperature:2
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Indonesia’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Indonesia’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.1 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 -0.2 % to 2.4% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Indonesia’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 -0.6 up to 3.1 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Indonesia’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.1 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 -0.2 % to 2.4% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Indonesia’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.2 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 -0.6 up to 3.1 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.3 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 0.5 million people (0.2% 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 @@ India is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_IND value: position temperature:2) st
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of India’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming India’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 2.7 million (i.e. 0.2% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 1.0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.7 % to 8.1% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, India’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 3 million (i.e. 0.2% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.6% 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 -6.9 up to 81.5 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming India’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 2.7 million (i.e. 0.2% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 1.0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.7 % to 8.1% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, India’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 3.0 million (i.e. 0.2% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 0.6% 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 -6.9 up to 81.5 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 8.3 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 8.0 million people (0.6% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose -0.2 million people under RCP2.6 and 5.4 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Ireland is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_IRL value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Ireland’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Ireland’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 1.6% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Ireland’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 Ireland’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 1.6% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Ireland’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 @@ Iran is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_IRN value: position temperature:2) str
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Iran’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Iran’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.6 million (i.e. 0.7% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 1.7% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.1 % to 10.2% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Iran’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 1.1% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 3.8% 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 2.9 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Iran’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.6 million (i.e. 0.7% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 1.7% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.1 % to 10.2% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Iran’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.9 million (i.e. 1.1% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 3.8% 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 2.9 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 2.3 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 0.7 million people (1.0% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.6 million people under RCP2.6 and 1.0 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Iraq is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_IRQ value: position temperature:2) str
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Iraq’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Iraq’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.3 million (i.e. 1.0% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 2.8% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.0 % to 21.5% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Iraq’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, 4.7% 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 -0.0 up to 2.8 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Iraq’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.3 million (i.e. 1.0% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 2.8% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.0 % to 21.5% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Iraq’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.3 million (i.e. 1.0% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 4.7% 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 -0.0 up to 2.8 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 1.0 million (3.1% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.3 million people (0.9% of the total population). By mid of the century changes expose 0.2 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.7 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Iceland is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_ISL value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Iceland’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Iceland’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 -1.3 % to 5.1% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Iceland’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, 0.0% 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 Iceland’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 -1.3 % to 5.1% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Iceland’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, 0.0% 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 @@ Israel is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_ISR value: position temperature:2) s
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Israel’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Israel’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.1 million (i.e. 1.0% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 4.8% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.3 % to 44.5% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Israel’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 1.4% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 12.6% 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 1.2 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Israel’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.1 million (i.e. 1.0% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 4.8% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.3 % to 44.5% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Israel’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.1 million (i.e. 1.4% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 12.6% 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 1.2 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.6 million (7.7% 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 (1.4% 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 @@ Italy is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_ITA value: position temperature:2) st
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Italy’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Italy’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.2 million (i.e. 0.4% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.2% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.0 % to 17.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Italy’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 0.7% 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 2.5 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Italy’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.2 million (i.e. 0.4% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 0.2% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.0 % to 17.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Italy’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.4 million (i.e. 0.7% 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 2.5 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.7 million (1.2% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.2 million people (0.4% 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 @@ Jamaica is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_JAM value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Jamaica’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Jamaica’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 -1.4 % to 3.0% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Jamaica’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 Jamaica’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 -1.4 % to 3.0% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Jamaica’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 @@ Jordan is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_JOR value: position temperature:2) s
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Jordan’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Jordan’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.1 million (i.e. 0.8% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 3.3% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.0 % to 43.1% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Jordan’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0 million (i.e. 1.1% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 8.2% 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 0.8 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Jordan’s annual population exposed to droughts is, on average, already 0.1 million (i.e. 0.8% of the total population) higher than without climate change and amount to 3.3% of the total population. The level of change ranges from 0.0 % to 43.1% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Jordan’s annual population exposed to droughts is projected to increase by 0.1 million (i.e. 1.1% of the population) on average in comparison to a world without climate change. Under these conditions, 8.2% 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 0.8 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.3 million (3.5% of the total population) towards the end of the century (2081-2100). Following the low emission scenario (RCP2.6) the change would expose 0.1 million people (1.2% 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 @@ Japan is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_JPN value: position temperature:2) st
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Japan’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Japan’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% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.1 % to 2.0% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Japan’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 0.9 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Japan’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% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.1 % to 2.0% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Japan’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 0.9 million people.
Following the higher-emissions scenario (RCP6.0) the population exposed to droughts is expected to increase by 0.2 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 0.1 million people under RCP2.6 and 0.4 million people under RCP6.0.
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ Kazakhstan is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_KAZ value: position temperature:
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Kazakhstan’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Kazakhstan’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 0.5% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.8 % to 4.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Kazakhstan’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, 0.8% 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 -0.1 up to 0.2 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Kazakhstan’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 0.5% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -0.8 % to 4.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Kazakhstan’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, 0.8% 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 -0.1 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 (0.3% 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 (-0.0% 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 @@ Kenya is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_KEN value: position temperature:2) st
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Kenya’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Kenya’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 0.6% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -1.6 % to 6.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Kenya’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 -0.5 up to 2.4 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Kenya’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 0.6% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -1.6 % to 6.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Kenya’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 -0.5 up to 2.4 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 (0.0% 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 @@ Kyrgyzstan is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_KGZ value: position temperature:
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Kyrgyzstan’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Kyrgyzstan’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 1.0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -1.4 % to 12.7% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Kyrgyzstan’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, 1.0% 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 0.3 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Kyrgyzstan’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 1.0% of the total population. The level of change ranges from -1.4 % to 12.7% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Kyrgyzstan’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, 1.0% 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 0.3 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 @@ Cambodia is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_KHM value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Cambodia’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Cambodia’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 2.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cambodia’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, 0.2% 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 0.5 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Cambodia’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 2.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Cambodia’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, 0.2% 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 0.5 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 (0.1% 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 @@ Kiribati is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_KIR value: position temperature:2)
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Kiribati’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Kiribati’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 -1.4 % to 9.1% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Kiribati’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 Kiribati’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 -1.4 % to 9.1% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Kiribati’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 increase by 0.1 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 0.1 million people (100.0% 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 @@ Republic of Korea is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_KOR value: position tempe
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Republic of Korea’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Republic of Korea’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 -1.7 % to 4.0% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Republic of Korea’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 -0.2 up to 0.4 million people.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Republic of Korea’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 -1.7 % to 4.0% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Republic of Korea’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 -0.2 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 (0.0% 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 @@ Kuwait is the (ranking-value: land-abs-temp_KWT value: position temperature:2) s
Our definition of “drought” is quite strict, such that, without climate change, only 0.0% of Kuwait’s population would be exposed to droughts each year, on average.
However, at today’s level of 1°C of global warming Kuwait’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 0.0 % to 52.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Kuwait’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 Kuwait’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 0.0 % to 52.9% for the individual combinations of global hydrological models and global climate models. At 2°C of global warming, Kuwait’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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