Tag Archives: global temperature

Warmest End to the Warmest Year on Record

The latest State of the Climate report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) continues with its broken record of broken records. The NOAA report states that not only was 2015 the warmest year on record, it broke the record by the widest margin ever. Average global land and ocean surface temperature was 1.6° F (0.90° C) above the 20th century average, beating the 2014 record of 0.29° …

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GDP, Incomes Likely to Fall as Climate Warming Continues

With global mean temperature setting new record-highs, new research from Stanford and UCal Berkeley concludes economic output will peak and then decline rapidly this century. More than 70 percent of the world's nations are likely to experience declines in economic output this century, with countries in already warm climate zones affected the most.

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Feeling the Heat from Global Temperature Records

Global Temperatures keep rising into record territories. How much more before we take decisive action?

A large and growing body of evidence reveals that the Earth is getting warmer. Month after month, year after year, we are seeing above average global temperature records. Heat waves are smashing records all around the world. July 2015 was no exception even by the standards of a warming world. July is traditionally the hottest month of the calendar year, but all the hottest …

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New Research Suggests Feedback Amplification of Emissions on Natural Carbon Cycle Lower Than Expected

More CO2, more heat. More heat, more CO2. In its essence, that is the relationship of the positive feedback loop thought to fuel an rising global temperatures and CO2 emissions in the atmosphere. All systems run in a state of balance. A change in one part of the system alters that balance and effect changes throughout the system as it finds a new balance …

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