BRUSSELS – The US Meteorological Institute reports that November 2013 was the warmest month on earth since it began recording temperatures in 1880.
According to the institute, the average temperature on earth was 56.62 ºF (13,68 °C) in November 2013, which is an increase of 6.1 percent over 2012.
The agency reports that almost all countries in the world reported an increase in temperatures in the month of November. The only exceptions were Northern Australia, North America, South West Greenland and parts of the ocean nearby Latin-America.
Greenhouse gasses and less rain have contributed to planet earth warming up more. Pollution caused by cars and factories are also major contributors to the rise in earth’s temperatures.
In particularly China were pollution in major cities is at critical levels, is increasing the levels of greenhouse gasses as more rich people are now buying cars in that country than ever before.
|« Dooms Prophet Harold Camping Has Died||Pope Celebrates Birthday With Wanderers »|
Other Top Searches:
- air pollution - climate changes - greenhouse gasses - hot weather - increased temperatures - Severe Drought - smog - US Meteorological Institute - warmest month on earth