2023 Became the Hottest Year in the World

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2023 became the hottest year in the world

The European Union’s climate watchdog confirmed that 2023 was the hottest year recorded in history, and the Earth’s surface temperature came close to crossing the critical threshold of 15 degrees Celsius

The Copernicus Research and Climate Monitoring Center of the European Union stated in its report on Wednesday, January 19th, that in the past calendar year, the frequency of heatwaves, droughts, and wildfires increased due to climate change, and the average global temperature reached 1.48 degrees Celsius higher than the pre-industrial era, which is the defined threshold for mitigating global warming

Samantha Burgess, Deputy Head of the Copernicus Climate Center, stated in a press conference coinciding with the release of this report that 2023 was the first year in which all its days were more than one degree Celsius warmer than the pre-industrial era. It is highly likely that the temperature of the previous year was higher than any other period in the past 100,000 years


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