Climate change hitting Switzerland hardest
Switzerland seems to be more affected by climate change than other areas.
A new study by the Federal Environment Office shows temperature rises in the country is twice as high than the world average at 2 degrees.
The five hottest years since 1864 were all recorded after 2010.
The study says if urgent action is not taken now, average temperatures could be 7 degrees higher by 2100.
The hotter weather is already visible with retreating glaciers, warmer lakes and earlier budding trees.