When it rains, the temperature can drop as low as 20C.
This means the world’s least-populated island, which has a population of just about one million people, could become the hottest place in the world.
The coldest temperature recorded was -21C in the city of Quito in 2009.
It can drop to -10C in winter, with temperatures often dropping to -15C and above.
This is why the temperature in the island’s most populated town, Quito, has been recorded at -14C.
But in other parts of the world, such as the tropical island of Borneo, the coldest temperatures are -30C.
For the past few months, the island of Quita has been receiving heavy rainfall.
“This is a big problem for the people of Quiti because it means they are going to be more vulnerable in the long term to climate change,” said Naveen Kumar, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service (NWS).
“The combination of the heat and the rain means that it’s going to cause significant damage to the crops, which will further exacerbate the impacts of climate change.”
The city of Oaxaca, also known as Puebla, also in Borneu, has experienced a lot of heat this year.
The city is on the Pacific coast and receives around 15 million visitors each year.
“The weather is not good, but it’s not terrible,” said Ricardo Arquimedes, a Pueblan official, adding that temperatures in the capital city are usually -20C or below.
“We have to get used to it.”
The extreme heat and cold also affect the people living in the nearby villages, and this is a huge concern for the government, as the people live in remote areas and are at a higher risk of dying from heatstroke.
People in the villages, which have been isolated for generations, have been trying to adapt by putting on clothing and making new homes.
However, they have not been able to cope with the extreme weather conditions and they are currently without water.
“If the weather is so bad that people are unable to get water, then the situation is not going to improve in a good way,” said Arquimaes.
“It will take some time for the situation to get better.”
People are also worried about how they will survive in the future if they have to leave their homes.
“They are worried about what will happen to their families, and the fear of what will be left behind,” said Ramon Soto, the president of the Pueblo Confederation of La Paz, which represents more than 20,000 people in the region.
“I have asked the government to make sure that these communities are able to live in their own homes, and not have to go through this situation of being forced to live like they do in some parts of Bonaire.”
The problem with a climate change catastrophe The US, which is responsible for the bulk of global greenhouse gas emissions, has pledged to reduce its emissions by 25 per cent by 2050.
The US also says that if it has to, it would like to see it cut emissions in the rest of the developed world as well.
The latest UN climate report states that a significant portion of the CO2 emitted by the developed countries is due to human activity.
However it is not clear how much of the carbon dioxide the developing countries have to cut to meet the target.
It also says countries should not be trying to avoid reducing their emissions to the point where they would actually be unable to meet their 2020 targets.
“What the report says is, ‘Don’t try to avoid it’,” said Soto.
“But in terms of what can be done to make things a bit better, it’s the developing world that has to bear the brunt of the climate change because of their own activities.”
The report says there are more than 50 million people in Africa, Asia and the Pacific Islands who are vulnerable to the effects of climate disruption.
The region accounts for about 15 per cent of the planet’s landmass and is the second-most populous in the planet, after the US.
It is the only region where the impacts are worse than for the developed nations.
It has been reported that over 60 per cent the population of the region lives in rural areas, which are in need of more investment.
The UN report also notes that climate change will lead to higher temperatures in tropical areas and hotter and drier weather in temperate areas.
However the researchers say that it is impossible to predict when these temperatures will become normal, as temperatures will depend on the weather patterns in the tropics.