Climate warning
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Climate warning


Droughts, floods and record low ice levels – from the top of the world’s mountains to the depths of the ocean, the climate crisis took a heavy toll as it continued to intensify in 2022, new analysis from the World Meteorological Organization shows. The WMO’s annual State of the Climate Report, published Friday ahead of Earth Day, is essentially a health checkup for the world. It analyzes a series of global climate indicators – including levels of planet-heating pollution, sea level rise and ocean heat – to understand how the planet is responding to climate change and the impact it is having on people and nature.

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  • Tabitha Kimani

    63 w

    Not really good news at all, but with persistence and accelerated actions the world can overcome the climate change threat.

    • Daniel Waweru

      63 w

      Climate action is a matter of urgency

      • Evangeline Wanjiru

        63 w

        We need to set our priorities right on matters climate change

        • Saustine Lusanzu

          63 w

          Every sign for global threat should be taken seriously

          • rosebellendiritu

            63 w

            @saustine_lusanzu yes before it becomes a disaster

          • Joseph Githinji

            63 w

            We need to counter check our actions and start working towards climate action.

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