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Climate change a Pacific reality

Wednesday 16 Jun 21 11:45am

IN the 1960s and Ď70s Pago Pago in American Samoa averaged 85 cool nights, thatís nights under 23c,†per year, now they have just four. The number of days hotter than 32c has gone from nine to about 22.

A new report, Climate Change in American Samoa, makes it clear that the climate emergency isnít some distant threat: itís here and now.

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