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Kyrbassov Nurzhan
The past decade was the hottest
in the last 125,000 years. The
planet has experienced another
record-breaking hot year, and
along with temperatures, the
concentration of greenhouse
gases, the main cause of humaninduced global warming, is also
The past seven years have been
the hottest on record, with 2021
ranked fifth, European scientists
tracking climate change in the
EU's Copernicus Center have
calculated. "Now more than ever,
the urgency to tackle climate
change is clear," said program
manager Mario Facchini,
presenting the report at a press
conference on Monday.
Despite a cool start to the year,
2021 was among the record holders
and continued the alarming tradition
of the past decade, the hottest in
125,000 years. And warming will
continue due to accumulated
greenhouse gases in the
atmosphere and new emissions,
scientists are sure. No matter what
humanity does, this trend cannot be
reversed in the coming decades - it
can only be mitigated, the World
Meteorological Organization warned
last year.
"He will strike where we do not
expect." Why Russia will not
benefit from global warming +38
in the summer in Yakutia:
scientists confirmed the record
temperature in the Arctic The
Copernicus Center confirmed on
Monday that the concentration of
greenhouse gases in the
atmosphere has continued to
increase in 2021. Records were
broken by both carbon dioxide
and methane.
Last year, scientists made the
final conclusion: the planet is
warming, and man is the
indisputable cause of global
warming. This conclusion was
signed not only by the scientific
community, but also by politicians
from almost all countries of the
world. They had even earlier
pledged to cut greenhouse gas
emissions in the Paris Agreement
to try to keep global average
temperature rises within 1.5°C of
pre-industrial levels by midcentury.
Global warming: lockdown gave the
planet a break, but did not benefit
Climate Change: The world now has
twice as many days when it goes over
50°C This ceiling will be broken 10 years
earlier, already in 2040, the scientists
warned. And the next frontier, 2°C
warming, with catastrophic
consequences, will fall before the end of
this century if we continue to smoke the
sky and cut down forests at the current
pace in the next two decades. In 2021,
according to data released by the
Copernicus Center on Monday, the
average annual temperature was 1.11.2°C higher than in 1850-1900.
In 2021, a record amount of ice
melted in Greenland, and over
the past 15 years - 5 trillion tons,
which is enough to raise the
world's sea level by a couple of
centimeters. Climate change on
the planet threatens humanity, as
it is fraught with natural disasters,
mass migration, flooded cities
and fields, bankruptcies of
insurance companies and states.
The number of victims of global
warming is already in the tens of
Natural "swing" The year 2021 once
again confirmed the conclusions of
scientists that global warming is
expressed not in the arrival of cozy
warmth to replace dull chilliness, but
in the rocking of the weather
"swing" between cold and heat. This
is because the heating of the planet
leads to failures in the established
system of cooling and circulation of
water and air. Droughts, frosts,
hurricanes, forest fires and floods
are becoming more frequent.
In 2021, these "swings" were both
geographical and temporal. Hot
Australia experienced the coolest
year in a decade. For the first time
in five years, there was no drought
on the continent. And Europe, on
the contrary, was languishing from
the heat in the record-breaking
warm summer of 2021. Globally, the
first five months of last year were
relatively cool for this century.
However, from June to October,
temperatures did not fall below the
fourth highest on record.