The warming of our star is unstoppable. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Environmental Information Center stated in January 141 observations that January 2020 was the warmest January to date.
The land and ocean surface temperature of the world in January was 1.14 ° C higher than the average temperature in the 20th century, an additional 0.02 ° C above the record high recorded in January 2016. In particular, Russia, Scandinavia, and some parts of eastern Canada saw temperatures rise more than average by 5 ° C. Meanwhile, temperatures fell in Alaska and western Canada.
2019 is reported to be the second warmest year in the history of any record. And June 2019 is the hottest June in history, and let's see if spring came in Antarctica on February 6, 202018.3 ° C was recordedWith that in mind, it's no surprise that January 2020 was a record high. According to the NOAA, the top ten in the past record of the "Warmest January Ranking" has been occupied since 2002 alone.
That's no surprise, but that doesn't mean you'll be less sensitive.According to researchers, global warming is better than previously predictedProgressing fast. In our present state our lives are already before the Industrial RevolutionSome have reported that achieving the Paris Agreement, which aims to keep the global average temperature rise below 1.5 ° C, is difficult. According to the article, rising temperatures could melt about 5.18 million square kilometers of Arctic permafrost, destroy 70% of sea coral reefs and put 14% of the world's people at risk from extreme heat.
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