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Last year was Earth’s hottest on record, U.S. Researchers say

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According to two government agencies, U.S. space agency NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), last year was Earth’s hottest on record. This is only because of people are interrupting the climate by burning conventional fuels, that is the major reason behind Greenhouse effect.

According to Data, from the beginning of records in nineteenth century, the 10 most hottest years have all been since 1997. A year ago was the hottest, in comparison of 2010. 

NASA and NOAA said,”Record temperatures in 2014 were spread around
the globe, including most of Europe stretching into northern Africa, the
western United States, far eastern Russia into western Alaska, parts of
interior South America, parts of eastern and western coastal Australia
and elsewhere.”

Gavin Schmidt, director of NASA’s Goddard Institute of Space Studies in New York says, “The data displays almost clearly that it’s the
greenhouse effect which is responsible for the most of the difficulties”. Fossil Fuel Emissions were still rising ” so we may predict further hike in records in the years to come.”

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Meeting Regarding Global warming in Parris

To overcome this Global warming difficulty, about 200 governments will meet in Paris on this coming December and will discuss about shifting to
renewable energies. China and the United States, the top emitters of
greenhouse gases, say they are cooperating more to achieve a U.N.
accord.

The U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
Change (IPCC) said,” It is at least 95 percent probable that human
activities, rather than natural variations in the climate caused by
factors such as sunspots, are to blame for rising temperatures”.

Source: Reuters

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