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The hottest year is 2023

The hottest year is 2023

2023 was the first warmest year in the last 125,000 years.

Scientists claim that the earth has not warmed so much since it was created. Several fire incidents have occurred this year. The weather in October has changed. Seeing all this, scientists have identified this year as the hottest year.

Concerns about global warming were expressed at the Dubai Climate Summit a few days ago. Following that, there was an influx of sensational information. 2023 has been marked as the warmest year on record. Scientists have said that it has never been so hot in the 7.6 billion years since the creation of the earth.

Scientists from the Copernicus Climate Change Service of the European Union have declared that 2023 is the hottest year on record. There have been many fires in Argentina and Canada this year. This affects the weather in the last month of October. This year has been the hottest ever recorded based on the temperature readings.



October 2020 was 0.4 degrees warmer than the period from 1850 to 1900, according to scientists from the Copernicus Climate Change Service. Scientists are concerned that this temperature difference could pose a future danger, despite many people not considering it serious.

According to scientists, the emission of greenhouse gases is behind this abnormal rise in temperature. There is also El Niño. They believe that Niño has played a very active role in causing climate change.

Scientists said that since 1991, the temperature has started to change around the world. In 2023, this change will take a serious shape, they said.

Scientists have warned about the impact of El Niño on climate change. There might be less rainfall worldwide because of El Niño. As a result, he expressed concern that a drought-like situation could be created. In this case, they think that its impact can be greatest in India.

In addition to the drought, there are indications that the cold will increase in some parts of India. Scientists have advised everyone to be aware of such a situation.

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