Europe is now in a race against the climate. With little hope of a global deal to cut greenhouse gas emissions, temperature rises of 3 or 4 °C above preindustrial levels are likely before 2100. That means countries have just decades to prepare.
Now a report by the European Environment Agency (EEA) outlines how the climate has already changed across the continent, and what will happen next. For the first time, we have a reasonably clear picture. From reshaping cities to defending coastlines, how will countries need to change to survive?