2018 fourth warmest year in continued warming trend, according to NASA, NOAA

Earth’s global surface temperature in 2018 was the fourth warmest since 1880, according to independent analyses by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

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Australian heatwave and North American Polar Vortex related to Climate Change

North America is trapped in a polar Vortex that is affecting millions, while Australia is setting new records for extreme high temperatures.

Arctic like conditions at the northern United States as seen from space. Image Credit: NOAA Environmental Visualization Laboratory.

It’s easy to understand why the Aussie Outback is burning up because of Global Warming, but what about the extreme cold weather? How is that related to Climate Change?

Well, it turns out, that Warm Arctic episodes are linked with increased frequency of extreme winter weather in the United States as shown by this study, published in the top science journal, Nature.

Not only that, but the New York times is reporting that Polar Vortex Structures will be seen more often in the stratosphere due to climate change.

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We have 12 years to limit climate change catastrophe, warns UN.

The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a landmark report that says that urgent and unprecedented changes are needed to reach the target of a maximum increase of 2 °C above preindustrial levels.

A firefighter can be seen battling a fire in California. The world is currently 1 °C warmer than preindustrial levels. Photo Credit: Ringo HW Chiu – Associated Press.

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There’s so much carbon in the atmosphere that planting trees can no longer save us.

According to new studies by the American Geophysical Union, there isn’t enough surface area on earth to plant enough trees to capture the 30 – 40 billion tons of greenhouse gas that humanity emits every year.

If we were to cover the entire continental united states with trees, it would just capture 10% of our yearly emissions. This is far too low to meet the goals of the Paris global agreement.

We need to cut emissions and maintain a carbon budget.

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