‘Earth’s issuing a distress call’: UN issues ‘red alert’ on climate change after record-hot year 2023

Geneva: The United Nations’ weather agency sounded a ‘red alert’ about global warming as 2023 was registered as a record-hot year, with record-smashing increases in greenhouse gases, land and water temperatures and melting of glaciers and sea ice. The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) warned that the world’s efforts to reverse the trend have been inadequate and there was a “high probability” that 2024 will be another record-hot year.Geneva: The United Nations’ weather agency sounded a ‘red alert’ about global warming as 2023 was registered as a record-hot year, with record-smashing increases in greenhouse gases, land and water temperatures and melting of glaciers and sea ice. The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) warned that the world’s efforts to reverse the trend have been inadequate and there was a “high probability” that 2024 will be another record-hot year.

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