Meteorologists predict: The next 5 years are warmer than 2018

Experts at the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) say the decade from 2014 to 2023 will be the warmest in the last 150 years.

New statistics prepared by more than one international body revealed that last year was one of the warmest years ever, and British meteorologists predicted that the next 5 years would be hotter than 2018.

Australia registers highest temperatures ever in January Temperatures will be 1 degree higher on average every five years compared to the second half of the 19th century.

At the same time, the global rise in global temperatures may exceed 1.5 degrees on average, a critical marker, according to BBC.

“It is expected that the average global temperatures from now to 2023 will remain high, making the decade since 2014 the warmest decade in more than 150 years,” said Prof. Adam Skiff.

Experts stated that atmospheric CO2 emissions should be reduced to prevent a climate catastrophe.

On February 6 February, NASA launched its 4th year of 2018, the hottest in history.

In the past, scientists have repeatedly stated that global warming can turn Earth into Venus.

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