The past 10 years have been the hottest 10 years in history

18 01 2020

The World Meteorological Organization announced that the 10 years ending by the end of 2019 are the hottest 10 years in the world history.
The American Aviation and Space Administration (NASA) has announced that it is the second hottest year in 2019, leaving behind.

The World Meteorological Organization said in its statement that the world average temperature was determined as 14.7 degrees between 2010-2020, which is 0.8 degrees above the 20th century average.

He said that by 2020, extreme weather events such as fires in Australia would be more common.

The hottest year in history was recorded as 2016, when the weather was seen in El Niño.

Have you ever thought how it would change the world map in the whole world, including global warming threatens Turkey next year? Glaciers are melting and unfortunately no one can stop it. So what will we encounter if it continues like this?

The report, published by Christian Aid, makes quite eerie warnings about the results of Global Warming.

If all glaciers melt, the average seawater level will rise by 65 meters. This means that land pieces close to sea level will mix with the sea.