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Climate change: UN reveals how next five years will be the hottest ever recorded

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Climate change UN reveals how next five years will be the hottest ever recorded

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The United Nations has issued a warning that the next five years are likely to be the hottest ever recorded, with a two-thirds chance that at least one of those years will exceed the ambitious target set out in the Paris accords on limiting climate change.

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has forecast that the period from 2023-2027 will be the warmest five-year period ever recorded, with a 98% likelihood that at least one of those years will be the warmest on record.

The WMO has also warned that a warming El Nino, combined with human-induced climate change, will push global temperatures into uncharted territory, with far-reaching repercussions for health, food security, water management, and the environment.

The major greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide, are at record high levels, and it could take until the 2060s to phase out the negative trend and stop things getting worse.

The WMO has urged countries to emit as few greenhouse gases as possible to reduce the warming and its extreme impacts, which are already leading to floods, droughts, and big movements of people.

This article was updated 4 months ago

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