People on every continent are being affected by climate change, a new report from the World Meteorological Organization has found.
The state of the global climate is worrisome, to say the least.
That’s according to a report by the United Nations’ World Meteorological Organization.
It said people on every continent were affected after many records related to climate change were broken last year.
Ocean temperatures are also at record highs, with nearly 60 percent of the ocean experiencing at least one marine heatwave.
Trying to save glaciers is a lost cause, the report says, the irreversible nature of climate trends on our planet.
But who is to blame? Is there any way to reverse them?
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Leon Simons – climate researcher and board member, Club of Rome
David Holland – Professor of Mathematics and Atmospheric Ocean Sciences, NYU Courant Institute for Mathematical Sciences
Andrew Kruczkiewicz – Senior Research Fellow, Columbia University Climate Institute