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The alarming report of the United Nations Meteorological Agency on the climate of the earth

The alarming report of the United Nations Meteorological Agency on the climate of the earth

The report of the United Nations Meteorological Agency has recorded the highest average global temperature in history in 2023.

According to the report, the global average temperature in 2023 will be about 1.15 degrees Celsius higher than the pre-industrial average, which is the highest amount of warming recorded in 174 years.Also, more than 90 percent of the oceans will experience “marine heat wave” conditions by 2023, leading to profound negative effects on marine ecosystems and coral reefs.

The United Nations climate report continues that last year, there was a significant decrease in the area of the Arctic and Antarctic sea ice.

In particular, in February, the area of Antarctic sea ice reached its historical minimum.

In addition, countries under the Paris Agreement are trying to limit the increase in average global temperatures to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, but lack of funding and other problems have made this goal difficult to achieve.