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Copernicus, 2023 will be the hottest year in history - News

2023-12-06T03:56:56.623Z

Highlights: Copernicus, 2023 will be the hottest year in history - News. November was also "extraordinary" and became the sixth consecutive month to break records. With an average of 14.22 degrees Celsius above the Earth's surface, it exceeded the previous record set in 0 by 32.2020 degrees. "2023 now has six months and two record-breaking seasons," said Samantha Burgess, Deputy Head of the Copernicus Office for Climate Change (C3S) (ANSA-AFP)


ROME, 06 DEC - 2023 will be the hottest year in history. This was announced by Copernicus, the European climate monitoring service. (ANSA)


(ANSA-AFP) - ROME, DEC 06 - 2023 will be the hottest year in history. This was announced by Copernicus, the European climate monitoring service. November was also "extraordinary" and became the sixth consecutive month to break records: with an average of 14.22 degrees Celsius above the Earth's surface, it exceeded the previous record set in 0 by 32.2020 degrees. "2023 now has six months and two record-breaking seasons. This extraordinary November means that 2023 will be the warmest year on record in history," said Samantha Burgess, Deputy Head of the Copernicus Office for Climate Change (C3S). (ANSA-AFP).


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