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  • 2020 has tied with 2016 as the world's warmest year on record, the European Union's Copernicus climate change service said on Friday.

  • That rounds off the world's hottest decade as the impact of climate change intensified in 2020 wildfires were seen in Australia, California and even Siberia.

  • Europe experienced its hottest year on record on warming in the Arctic, shrank the ice covering the Polar Ocean to record setting levels in July and October.

  • Temperatures there and in northern Siberia averaged more than 42 F above a 30 year average.

  • Used as a baseline, August saw the highest temperature ever reliably recorded when a California heat wave pushed the temperature of the Mojave Desert up to 129.92 Fahrenheit 16, previously free of Bamberg.

  • A Copernicus senior scientist explains the long term implications, so of course we know that temperatures globally have increased or even a degree since the pre industrial area, because indeed, the last six years have been the warmer six and six years on record, and the part and large part of the reason why they were so warm is due to this ah warming trend, 2020 was also synonymous with the covert 19 crisis on climate activists held global lockdowns as a win for slashing greenhouse emissions, Frayer says.

  • It's a bit more complicated than that.

  • If we look at a year like last year due to cope it, there was a reduction, at least in some emissions fossil Co two emissions, for instance.

  • But that's just a reduction in emissions.

  • We're still adding to the atmosphere because it's not a matter of it's not.

  • The emissions to count is the concentration In the end, I got a question by someone else.

  • You know, should we lose lose hope if you'd like.

  • Cupid Year doesn't even help, but the the answer is that it's not.

  • It is hasn't help.

  • This is just that it is not visibly helped because you're not expecting that to be visible until you have several of those years, which in the end will make a difference.

2020 has tied with 2016 as the world's warmest year on record, the European Union's Copernicus climate change service said on Friday.

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