Now that we have crossed over to 2024, let’s take a look at and see the climate related changes in 2023 – and reflect on what their implications are for future.

A recent article in  the Washington Post, examines various “climate” incidents across the globe. These included the hottest single day on record (July 6) and the hottest ever month (July), a day when global temperatures, for the first time ever, reached 2 degrees Celsius above the preindustrial levels (November 17th). Persistent heat wave in Phoenix, drought in the Amazon forest of Brazil, low wintertime sea ice level in Antarctic, marine heat waves in coastal Florida Keys waters, forest fires in Greece, . . .  are all examples of record breaking climate incidents in 2023.  Click here to read the full article

The climate future arrived in 2023
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