All About Climate Change: Heat, Temperature and Humidity Levels
Posted on August 10th, 2022

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Even though many people think about rising temperatures and extreme heat when we talk about climate change, the reality is that climate change involves much more than that.

Researchers have argued that temperature on its own is not the most effective way to measure climate change. They suggest that the energy produced by extreme weather is linked to the amount of water in the air, which subsequently affects comfort.

This means that our attempts to define climate change and deal with its effects should not just be concentrated on high temperatures and air-conditioning but also on humidity and how we can regulate the amount of moisture in the air around us.

Therefore, this article attempts to explain how climate change is linked to heat, temperature, and humidity. In the last part, we focus on how you can mitigate the discomfort caused by excessive humidity by using a dehumidifier.

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All About Climate Change: Heat, Temperature and Humidity Levels – Deye

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