People walk at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean on Ipanema beach on June 2, 2017 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. According to the Urban Climate Change Research Network (UCCRN), Rio's average temperature would rise around one degree Celsius between 2015 and 2020 along with a sea level rise of 14 cm
People walk at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean on Ipanema beach on June 2, 2017 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. According to the Urban Climate Change Research Network (UCCRN), Rio's average temperature would rise around one degree Celsius between 2015 and 2020 along with a sea level rise of 14 cm Mario Tama Getty Images
People walk at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean on Ipanema beach on June 2, 2017 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. According to the Urban Climate Change Research Network (UCCRN), Rio's average temperature would rise around one degree Celsius between 2015 and 2020 along with a sea level rise of 14 cm Mario Tama Getty Images

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