World Meteorological Organisation: Growing link between climate change and extreme weather

Last five years have been the hottest on record, as scientists detect an increasingly visible human footprint on global weather patterns

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World Meteorological Organisation: Growing link between climate change and extreme weather

Over the last five years the world has experienced record temperatures, rising sea levels and extreme weather, all of which underline the long-term warming trend caused by greenhouse gases according to...

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