The globe had another year where all-time records were either challenged or broken, as 2019 ranked among the world’s hottest.
What’s more, greenhouse gases peaked to their highest levels on record, according to the 30th annual State of the Climate report.
This international annual review of the world’s climate, led by scientists from NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information and published by the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, is based on contributions from more than 520 scientists in over 60 countries. It offers insight on global climate indicators, extreme weather events and other valuable environmental data.
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