The last 8 years have been the hottest 8 years recorded since 1960, when instrument-based temperature measurements were made in the world, where air temperatures are higher every 10 years than the previous 10 years.
“Average temperatures in the world have risen 3 degrees above the average in northwest Siberia.”
Global warming continues to be one of the biggest problems in the world. Due to climate change due to global warming, temperatures are increasing day by day. Increasing temperatures also cause droughts.
According to the Copernicus Climate Change Service (ERA5) at the European Medium-Term Weather Forecast Center (ECMWF), 2016 was the hottest year on record in the world.
The year 2022 was recorded as the fifth warmest year measured. The last 8 years in the world were recorded as the hottest 8 years.
According to the Copernicus Climate Change Service dataset ERA5 global assessment data, the warmest years were as follows:
“RISING TEMPERATURES INCREASE OUR WATER NEEDS”
“Technology develops with energy. With the developing technology, we obtain fossil fuels from underground more easily. As production increases, we release more pollutants into the atmosphere. This causes the temperature to increase . “
“Increasing temperatures cause heat waves in the world. For this reason, people lose their lives every year in the world. Due to excessive precipitation, flash floods increase and floods occur. These flood events cause loss of life and property. Increasing temperatures increase our need for water. We all feel the increase in temperature. Rising temperatures lead to a decrease in glacier and snow-covered areas and a rise in the water level in the ocean. Average temperatures in the world have risen by 3 degrees Celsius in northwestern Siberia. According to ERA5 data, temperatures in Southwest Europe and the Antarctic Peninsula have reached or exceeded the average by 2 degrees. “