Does the classic Mediterranean summer holiday have a future? That’s the question travellers looking for relaxation in southern European are asking themselves, as temperatures in the region reached around 40°C in July.
The tourism industry, which makes a significant contribution to Europe’s gross domestic product, could be exposed to considerable burdens due to climate change.
This assumption is more than a mere fear, as it is supported by a study of the EU Commission with facts and figures.
This could hit the continent hard in perspective, especially since the recent heat waves with temperatures around and even above 40 degrees Celsius in the Mediterranean region have caused great uncertainty regarding
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