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Climate: inevitable increase in summer temperatures

Stanford University reported that due to global warming, average temperatures continue to rise summer in coming decades.

“According to our estimates, significant parts of the earth’s surface will warm up so quickly that by the middle of this century summer temperatures are the coldest temperatures much higher than the hottest summer of the last century” Announced by Diffenbau Noah, director of a research group at the University.

In the next 60 years, climate change will affect the middle latitudes – Europe, China and North America. In the tropics, temperatures will beat all records within 20 years.

According to latest statistics from the International Energy Agency, CO2 emissions in the energy sector, industry and transportation reached to the highest level in history in 2010, which accelerates the process of global warming.




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