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In a troubling milestone, Earth surpasses 1.5 degrees C of warming for 12 consecutive months


Earth has experienced 12 consecutive months of warming at or above 1.5 degrees Celsius — a threshold for avoiding the worst effects of climate change. Read More

How climate change is altering the Earth's rotation


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'The last 12 months have broken records like never before': Earth exceeds 1.5 C warming every month for entire year


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Climate model suggests extreme El Niño tipping point could be reached if global warming continues


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Extreme heat waves broiling the US in 2024 aren’t normal: How climate change is heating up weather around the world


Global temperatures have averaged at least 1.5 degrees Celsius warmer than preindustrial times for over a year. Two scientists explain what that means and what humanity can do. Read More

Climate change scientists probe Earth's ice to better understand the warming planet


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In a troubling milestone, Earth surpasses 1.5 degrees C of warming for 12 consecutive months


June marked Earth's 12th consecutive month of global warming at or above 1.5 degrees Celsius — the internationally accepted threshold for avoiding the worst effects of climate change. Read More


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