geneva - Global threading the warm months are together. June was the fourteenth consecutive month in which the record was beaten in the average temperature on Earth. Due to the constant increase in 2016 is poised to be the warmest year in the history of the recorded climate.
The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO), the United Nations noted in a statement that reached the amount of carbon dioxide in the earth everywhere record highs. The global warming continues unabated. In the first half of 2016 was on average 1.3 degrees warmer than in the late nineteenth century, when it dawned era of industrialization.
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Especially in the Arctic are noticing the effects of increasing heat. The ice around Greenland and the Arctic Ocean is going to melt this spring earlier than ever. Meteorologists in Alaska, Canada and northern Russia have measured unusually high temperatures in 2016.
The WMO called global alarming. The organization had until recently not think it would go so fast.