NASA : Summer Temperatures 2023 Will Be Highest On Record

 Climate change is happening with large floods in Libya and California being slaughtered by hurricanes that have not happened so far. NASA this week released a report confirming summer temperatures of 2023 in the northern hemisphere are the highest ever recorded since they were first collected in 1880.

Researchers from the Goddard Institute of Space Studies (GISS) found that temperatures in June, July and August 2023 were 0.23°C warmer than NASA records. It was also 1.2°C warmer than the average summer temperature between 1951 to 1980. Temperatures in the northern hemisphere will now fall again due to the arrival of autumn.

This increase in temperature will have an impact on the flora and fauna on earth. Global warming is only temporarily halted in 2020 due to reduced human activity due to the pandemic. The impact of climate change has already caused 56% of the world's sea surface to change from blue to green and more and more animal habitats are being destroyed leading to extinction.

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