As world leaders debate climate change at COP 27, data shows how Last October was Europe’s hottest on record,
Last October was the warmest ever in Europe, according to data from the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S). The institute said that The temperature was about 2°C higher than the 1991-2020 reference period,
The results are based on computer-generated analysis of data from satellites, ships, aircraft and weather stations around the world.
The dire consequences of climate change are still visible today, and we need ambitious climate action at COP27 to ensure emissions are cut and temperatures stabilize close to the Paris Agreement’s target of 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Samantha Burgess, Deputy Director of C3S
Heading towards the conclusion of the Climate Change Conference (COP 27) in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, C3S findings rank Europe as the fastest warming region in the world.
That’s because of the warming of the Arctic, which has a big impact on the northern part of Europe. And then globally, the second fastest warming region is the Mediterranean region.
Petri Talas, Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization.
Climate finance, adaptation ambition and implementation are central themes of the COP27 discussions. In particular, optimization is one of the main points of conversation.
A recently published report by the United Nations Environment Program suggests that the world will need more than $300 billion per year to deal with the effects of the climate crisis.
The rise in temperature is one of the main problems in Europe.