Aug 21, 2015

July 2015 sets a horrifying new high: The hottest month ever recorded.

When trying to rank climate change mileposts, this is a big one. Earlier this week, data from NASA and the Japan Meteorological Agency showed July was the hottest July on record, globally. Thanks to a particularly strong El Niño, these sorts of monthly records have been coming fast and furiously...

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