The Washington Post reported that Earth’s temperature was 2.06 °C (35.71 °F) higher than pre-industrial benchmarks on the 17th, marking the first time the scientific community had exceeded the 2 °C critical point estimated by the scientific community in a single day. Climate experts warn that temperatures will remain above the norm for months or even years. Disaster is coming.
The Earth’s average temperature has been rising steadily for decades, but according to preliminary data, on the 17th, for the first time the Earth’s average temperature was 2 degrees Celsius higher than the pre-industrial benchmark, exceeding the dangerous critical point.
Earth’s average temperature must rise by more than 2 degrees Celsius for many months and years before scientists conclude that the critical point has been reached.
However, this is after months of record-breaking events around the worldhigh temperatureIt also surprised the academic community and overturned many predictions about the rate of temperature rise this year.
Although this does not mean that climate action has failed, it is another reminder thatClimate changeMove slowly in an unknown direction.
non profit organizationberkeleyZeke Hausfather, an Earth climate scientist at Berkeley, believes that a 2 degrees Celsius (or 1.5 degrees) increase in temperature in a single day does not need much interpretation, but it could be one of the signs of extreme global warming in 2023. Is.
The European Union (EU) climate monitoring agency “Copernicus Climate Change Service” posted a message on the community at a record high level.
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