19 Jan '18, 1pm

It's Official: 2017 Was the Hottest Year, Even Without an El Niño.

The United Nations announced Thursday that 2017 was the hottest year on record without an El Niño event kicking up global annual temperatures. Last year's average surface temperatures—driven by carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions—was 1.1 degree Celsius above pre-industrial times, putting the world on course to breach the internationally agreed "1.5°C" temperature barrier to avoid dangerous climate change set by the 2015 Paris climate agreement . Significantly, the Paris agreement could be negatively impacted by President Donald Trump and his administration's rash of anti-environmental policies . Trump, who famously denies climate change and wants to promote U.S. fossil fuels, plans to repeal the Clean Power Plan that limits power plant emissions and intends to withdraw the U.S. from the landmark climate accord. The UN report was based on a consolidated analys...

Full article: https://www.ecowatch.com/hottest-year-2017-2526839858.html

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