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UN Secretary-General says we are heading towards "Global Boiling"


Now that it is official, July 2023 is expected to be the warmest month on record, and maybe in 120,000 years. The warning signs have been flashing for weeks.



On Thursday, scientists with the European Copernicus Climate Change Service and the World Meteorological Organisation validated the new global mean temperature, which is the overall measurement if a thermometer were placed at every site on Earth. Copernicus found that the Earth's temperature had been averaging 16.95 degrees Celsius (62.5 degrees Fahrenheit) up to July 23. This information allowed scientists to declare a record before the month was completed.

As per the secretary general, “Climate change is here. It is terrifying. And it is just the beginning,”





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