Hottest June on record fuels fears climate is to shift beyond 1.5C of warming

Stuart Stone
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Unprecedented June temperatures herald 13th consecutive month in which global average temperatures have hit record levels, according to latest Copernicus data

The EU's climate change monitoring service has forecast that 2024 is on track to be the hottest year on record, after unprecedented June temperatures extended a worrying streak that has seen every month...

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