Climate Change: The Year 2021 was the 5th Hottest Year on Earth
The Earth has been getting hotter for the last few years. For the past few years, the Earth has been getting hotter.
The European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service says that the year 2021 has been the fifth hottest year ever in the Earth’s record. But what is even more worrying is that the level of gases like carbon dioxide and methane that heat our planet has reached new heights in the atmosphere which is no less worrying. For this, there is a need to take effective steps immediately.
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There is a need to rethink the old estimates of climate change. New studies, new studies being done with new data are also bringing new results which seem to be emphasizing the need to be more serious on the problems of the Earth. European Union scientists have said that the year 2021 was the 5th hottest year on record so far. But this does not mean that there is nothing to worry about, but to stop global warming, we should become even more active.
Hotter than last Seven Years
The European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) has said in a report that the last seven years on record were the world’s warmest years. These years were warm by a large margin compared to the temperatures being recorded since 1850. Whereas the year 2021 has been found to be 1.1 to 1.2 degrees higher than the average of 1850-1900.
Great Effort has to be Made
Under the Paris Agreement in 2015, the countries of the world have decided to try to stop the average temperature rise to 1.5 °C. Scientists say that this will prevent maximum side effects of global warming. But for this the world will also have to stop its emissions to a great extent by 2030.
For the First time in Europe
There was some decline in global CO2 levels due to the 2020 Kovid-19 pandemic, but in 2021 these emissions increased by 4.9 percent. Europe was also the hottest on record last summer. Due to this, the crop of fruits in countries like France and Hungary got spoiled. In July-August, the heat wave of the Mediterranean set the forests of many countries, including Turkey and Greece, on fire.
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