Our blue planet, which is home to millions of living things, continues to warm. Caused by many elements such as environment and air pollution. consequences of global warming
We witness in different dimensions every year. We pay the price of every damage we cause to nature with various disasters, and there are some who say that even the coronavirus pandemic is included in this.
Unfortunately, our atmosphere sets a new temperature record every year. According to the information released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), July temperatures recorded in the northern hemisphere broke the 142-year temperature record by rising 1.54 degrees above this month’s average. The temperature has surpassed the 20th century average with 0.93 degrees. When we look at the continent, the Asian continent experienced the hottest month on record. Temperature in Europe fell behind 2018 data.
‘Climate change has an impact on the record’
Rick Spinrad, director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, said July is generally the hottest month on record each year, but ” this record, The disturbing and destructive way climate change has put the world is one of the indicators he said.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, monthly reports published by the United Nations (UN) Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in the climate report published last week. reflects long-term changes explained.
Two degrees of global warming can be overcome
The IPCC, in its report, states that if measures are not taken, the 21st century will 2 degrees of global warming will be exceeded was warned.
Forest fires, which are thought to be related to heat and drought, have occurred in many places around the world, including our country. For example, there was a situation in the USA; According to the statement of the country’s National Institutions Fire Center, more than 3 million acres of land was burned in more than 37 thousand fires. one month in California The forest area, which was destroyed by the “Dixie” fire, reached 515 hectares with its prestige yesterday.