The heat is gathering; 2021 is the fifth hottest year on record worldwide, scientists say

Brussels: European Union scientists say 2021 will be the fifth warmest year on record for the world. Global warming is caused by the levels of carbon dioxide and methane that cause global warming. The report was released by the Copernican Climate Change Service in the European Union. The last seven years have been the hottest on record, the report said. Scientists have revealed that the average global temperature in 2021 will be 1.1 -1.2 degrees Celsius. The previous record was set in 2016 and 2020.
Carbon dioxide and methane levels were at record highs in 2021. But it is not clear why there has been an increase in the amount of methane gas for two consecutive years. Last summer, Europe recorded the highest temperature ever recorded. It also led to the destruction of fruit crops in France and Hungary. The scorching heat of July and August had engulfed the forests of Turkey and Greece. Climate change has increased the risk of floods by 20 percent, scientists say. More than 200 people were killed in floods in western Europe in July.


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