Ornaldo Gjergji, data analyst at OBC Transeuropa, presents the investigation on rising temperatures in Europe that he carried out in the framework of the European Data Journalism Network (climatechange.europeandatajournalism.eu)

Making use of data from Copernicus and ECMWF, Ornaldo built a dataset that shows the variation in average temperature between the 1960s and the 2010s for about 100,000 municipalities across Europe. In the video, he explains how he approached the subject and why it is important to connect the global with the local perspective when looking at climate change.

This video is part of a series of interviews on data journalism from a European perspective, which are produced by OBCT as part of the European Data Journalism Network (https://www.europeandatajournalism.eu/ ​).

This article is published in collaboration with the European Data Journalism Network  and it is released under a CC BY-SA 4.0  license.

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