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Publish Date: 5 July 2017
WMO and Climate Central launch new series of climate reports by TV weather presenters Geneva, 5 July 2017 – In a year already marked by heatwaves and new daily temperature records, television weather presenters have explored how climate change would make future summers even hotter in some of the world’s major cities. If greenhouse gas emissions continue to increase, Earth’s average global surface temperature could rise more than 4°C (7.2°F) by the end of the 21 st century. But what does this global average really mean for the daily lives of people living in Madrid, or Ha Noi, or Montreal?
Publish Date: 6 July 2017
Conference puts spotlight on interactions between global warming, associated sea level rise, coastal impacts and options for adaptation New York, 6 July 2017 – The consequences of climate change for sea level rise will be in the spotlight at a major international research conference which will seek to assess past, present and future regional sea-level change and its impacts on coastal communities.
Publish Date: 7 July 2017
June 2017 extended the spell of “exceptional global warmth” that has now lasted since mid-2015, according to the latest analysis from the Europe Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting Copernicus Climate Change Service. Average surface air temperatures were the second hottest on record, after June 2016.