Global temperature above 1degree

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The year 2014 went down as the warmest year since records began, but it is likely that 2015 will go beyond that level. Scientists believe that 2016 is ook shaping up as a very hot year and they expect that the one degree margin will become more firmly established in the coming years. “

Yesterday, The UK BBC reported that the world’s temperature has been risen over 1degree Celsius. If this is true, the world would be half way towards 2C, the gateway to dangerous warming.

The year 2015 continues the boundary of one degree away.

“This is the first time we’re set to reach the 1C marker and it’s clear that it is human influence driving our modern climate into uncharted territory,” said Professor Stephen Belcher from the Met Office.

Michael Mann, director of the Earth System Science Center at Pennsylvania State University in The Guardian. “The Arctic has always been regarded as a bellwether because of the vicious circle that amplify human-caused warming in that particular region. And it is sending out a clear warning.”

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Mexico did emotional appeal on climate pending hurricane

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Hurricane Patricia flattened dozens of homes on Mexico’s Pacific coast, but authorities said that the record-breaking hurricane largely spared the country as it weakened to a tropical depression.

At a climate conference in Bonn, Germany, the Mexican representative Friday did an emotional appeal to reach a global agreement to control global warming.

He did this appeal a few hours before the hurricane Patricia reached the Mexican coast. Read More