Climate scientists continue to sound the alarm: Global warming fueled record temperatures in 2016

Climate scientists continue to sound the alarm: Global warming fueled record temperatures in 2016The latest international climate report released by the American Meteorological Society confirms 2016 was the third consecutive year of record global heat.


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