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Human based activity may boost atmospheric CO2 in 2021

Human based activity may boost atmospheric CO2 in 2021: Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere will rise to levels 50% greater in 2021 than before the industrial revolution, because of human induced emissions. That’s as reported by a new paper by the Met Office, that expects CO2 levels will surpass 417 parts per million (ppm) for…
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Met Office: Future record breaking weather extremes in UK

Met Office: Future record breaking weather extremes in UK: Global severe weather conditions in the UK are expected to break new records in the future. This is according to a new examination by Met Office, which expects extreme heat and rainfalls in the coming years will put growing challenges on health, infrastructures & services in…
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Met Office: Climate crisis impact on UK

Met Office: Climate crisis impact on UK: The Met Office’s annual climate report shows  the climate crisis is exerting an “increasing impact”. Its latest annual State of the UK Climate review shows the UK set a new all‐time high temperature record in July (38.7°C), the record high for winter being (21.2°C), which was also broken.…
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Siberian heatwaves caused by human climate change

Siberian heatwaves caused by human climate change: Recent prolonged heatwaves from January to June in Siberia would not have been experienced, if not for humanity’s impact on the climate system. In a new analysis from an international team of climate scientists led by the UK Met Office comes to the conclusion, which suggests the temperatures…
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