Global warming: We’ve just experienced the three hottest months in 120,000 years, experts worry

Global warming: We’ve just experienced the three hottest months in 120,000 years, experts worry

After a summer of doubling temperatures, it is not surprising that 2023 has become the hottest year in history, according to experts.

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Heat waves, droughts, floods or fires: the three months we have just witnessed are the hottest months recorded for at least 120,000 years, i.e. since the beginning of human history, according to a study by the European Copernicus Observatory.

Through the microphone of Yasmine Abdel-Fadil, via QUB Radio, writer Luc Lavoie expressed his concerns about global warming.

“[Les températures élevées] “They attack species as well as underwater animals and plants,” he added.

The writer also found that in 2020, when most people were locked down, nature slowly took over its nest. Dolphins have risen to the surface, nature is greener, and Venice is no longer just an open-air museum…

“This is where I saw human activity destroy the planet. Right now, I won’t be told we’re doing something.” [pour que ça change]’ said Luke Lavoie.

According to researchers at the observatory, rising ocean temperatures reduce the number of nutrients in the ocean and the amount of oxygen available, which directly threatens the survival of animals and plants.

“Temperatures will continue to rise until we turn off the emissions tap,” scientist Samantha Burgess told AFP, less than three months before the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) in Dubai.

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