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This year June was the hottest in history, the temperature increased by 1.5°C

This year June was the hottest in history, the temperature increased by 1.5°C

The effect of climate change is visible on the whole world. Heat can be seen somewhere and rain can be seen somewhere. The temperature has broken all records. This summer, it has crossed 50 degrees in India so far. Meanwhile, the European Union (EU) climate agency Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) said that millions of people in five continents had to face scorching heat last month. It also confirmed that June was the hottest month ever.

The world is on the verge of crossing the 1.5 degree Celsius limit set by experts to avert a large-scale climate change crisis. June is the 12th consecutive month to reach close to this set limit. According to C3S scientists, every month since June last year has been the hottest month on record.

It is worth noting that the rising temperature in January this year was 1.66 degrees Celsius higher than before the Industrial Era (1850 to 1900), making it the hottest January ever. Let us tell you that the Copernicus Climate Change Service is part of the European Union’s Earth Observation Program. During January 2024, the average global temperature of air near the surface was recorded at 13.14 degrees Celsius, which is about 0.7 degrees Celsius higher than the average temperature recorded in January between 1991 and 2020.

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