Intro As COP26 comes to an end, Senior Climate Change Expert Dr Natalie Lord writes about how climate-related hazards are projected to increase in the future.

With reports that current targets for 2030 to limit climate change to put us on track for a 2.4°C of mean global temperature increase by 2100, the UK Met Office has warned that a billion people worldwide could be impacted by extreme heat stress events. In this post Dr Natalie Lord explores her recent analysis on climate-related hazards.

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