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Just how dangerous is climate change for China?

They were standing up to their necks in water. Not knowing whether rescue or death by drowning was near. The footage of flooded subways in Zhengzhou in the summer of 2021 is one of the most shocking images of the past year. The floods were triggered by torrential rain. Over just three days, the Chinese province of Henan experienced as much rainfall as the average for the rest of the year. More than 300 people lost their lives.

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