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Climate Watch: Arctic to be hit by record-breaking heat wave from Europe

CBS News Monday, 29 July 2019
Record heat seen in parts of Europe last week is expected to move farther north this week. The United Nations says the rising heat could cause record melting of the world's second largest ice sheet in Greenland. Andrew Light, co-author of the 2018 National Climate Assessment and distinguished senior fellow at the World Resources Institute, joined CBSN AM with more on the global impact.
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News video: Europe smashes heat records as the 'hottest week ever' continue

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The hottest weather in recorded history takes a toll on residents and tourists as they flock to the shade in Greece.

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