The Climate-TRAP project presented a study at the European Respiratory Society’s Annual Congress in Amsterdam September 27 finding that death rates linked to climate change will increase in several European countries over the next 60 years. Scientists used projections from two GHG emission scenarios, A2 and A1B, and two global climate models, ECHAM4 and HADLEY, to simulate how the various future ozone levels are affected by climate change, and their results predicted that the largest increase, 10 to 14%, in ozone related deaths over the next 50 years would occur in Belgium, France, Spain, and Portugal.