Requests for emergency assistance have gone up by 400 per cent in the last two years.
The EU urgently needs more funding to respond to climate change-fuelled crises, the European Commission has warned.
Its emergency aid reserve was exhausted in both 2021 and 2022 and natural disasters have increased this year.
Europe is emerging from another summer of extreme weather and the impacts of climate change.
Devastating floods in Slovenia killed at least six people, Greece was battered by deadly wildfires and storms while record-breaking drought ravaged farms in Spain.
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