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    Friday, August 14, 2015

    CLIMATE CHANGE TO MAKE LATVIA THE NEW SPAIN -- STUDY

    Climate change could see tourists avoid Spain and go to Latvia for summer holidays, EU study finds

    Doug Bolton, 14 August 2015 (The Independent)

    “The tourism industry in southern European countries like Spain and Italy could be under threat due to climate change…[The EU’s 'Time is of the Essence: Adaptation of Tourism Demand to Climate Change in Europe' finds] that changing climate conditions could make sunny southern tourist destinations less attractive…Hotter and drier summers in southern countries like Spain and Bulgaria could potentially lead to higher rates of droughts, forest fires, and the death of some wildlife…This temperature rise could also make it simply too hot to comfortably visit Mediterranean countries in the height of summer…It is estimated that the southern Mediterranean countries could lose tourism revenues worth up to 0.45 per cent of GDP every year…In the case of Spain, that could mean a loss of up to €5.6 billion (£4 billion) a year…On the other hand, tourism revenues could go up further north - but only to the tune of around 0.32 per cent of GDP a year for these countries, meaning the continent would lose out overall…” click here for more

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