April breaks global heat record: EU agency

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April breaks global heat record: EU agency

The year 2024 has seen the warmest April ever recorded globally, the European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) said on Wednesday, reported Xinhua.

This April also marked the 11th month in a row that was the hottest on record, the agency said.

The average global surface air temperature hit 15.03 degrees Celsius last month, 0.67 degrees Celsius above the 1991 to 2020 April average, and 0.14 degrees Celsius higher than the previous record set eight years ago.

"The extra energy trapped into the ocean and the atmosphere by increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases will keep pushing the global temperature towards new records," C3S Director Carlo Buontempo said.

In Europe, temperatures were 1.49 degrees Celsius above the 1991 to 2020 April average, with eastern European regions recording the highest increases.

The findings are based on computer-generated analyses that include billions of measurements from satellites, ships, aircraft, and weather stations around the world.

The global average temperature for the past 12 months was also the highest on record, at 1.61 degrees Celsius above the 1850 to 1900 pre-industrial average.

"There is a general concern that the current record temperatures point to an intensifying dynamic of climate change and the associated global warming," Andreas Becker from Germany's National Meteorological Service (DWD) told Xinhua on Wednesday.

Source: www.dailyfinland.fi

6 Comments
  1. Emily84 says

    It’s alarming to see the global temperatures continuing to rise month after month. The data clearly indicates the urgent need for strong actions to combat climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. We must prioritize sustainability and environmental protection to prevent further damage to our planet.

  2. EmmaJohnson86 says

    It’s alarming to see a continuous trend of record-breaking temperatures globally. The data clearly indicates a concerning pattern of climate change that we must address urgently.

  3. Emily_1985 says

    It’s truly alarming to see how each month breaks temperature records, indicating the acceleration of climate change. We need urgent global action to address this crisis before it’s too late.

  4. EmilySmith says

    It’s truly alarming to see the trend of record-breaking temperatures continuing month after month. The data clearly shows that climate change is accelerating, and urgent action is needed to combat its devastating effects on our planet.

  5. Emily123 says

    Is there any specific region that has been affected more than others by this increase in global temperatures?

  6. EmmaSmith1990 says

    Does this continuous rise in global temperatures indicate more severe climate events in the future?

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