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The hottest day ever recorded on our planet

Did you know? 😱 Yesterday was the hottest day ever recorded on our planet +17.01°C. Heatwaves scorch the US, China, Northern Africa, and even Antarctica. This isn't a weather blip - it's a grim reality of climate change amplified by El Nino. As climate scientist Friederike Otto warns, "This is a death sentence for people and ecosystems." Time to wake up. Time to act. While everyone else seems to be waiting for someone else to act, the question remains: If not you, then who? Join the world's largest social media for climate solutions if you want to act. Together we push for systematic change.
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And it is not just one day!

According to the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S), in the beginning of June, average temperatures worldwide climbed above 1.5 degrees Celsius for several days.





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Ingmar Rentzhog

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Update: the record is already broken!!! TWICE! Monday: Average global temperature hits 17.01°C (62.62°F), highest in 125,000 years Tuesday: Record climbs to 17.18°C, beats Monday's Thursday: Record climbs to 17.23°C, beats Tuesday's 3 hottest days in 125,000 years in 4 days

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  • Munene Mugambi

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    Record broken time and again

    • Sarah Chabane

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      super worrying, why is this not making the frontpage??

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      • rosebellendiritu

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        @sarah_chabane just turning a blind eye🥺

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      • Lucinda Ramsay

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        Fossil fuels are still so powerful and lobbying governments everywhere..1.5° is is in the past.

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        • Ingmar Rentzhog

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          Update: the record is already broken!!! TWICE! Monday: Average global temperature hits 17.01°C (62.62°F), highest in 125,000 years Tuesday: Record climbs to 17.18°C, beats Monday's Thursday: Record climbs to 17.23°C, beats Tuesday's 3 hottest days in 125,000 years in 4 days

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          • Patrick Kiash

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            It’s sad to note a ''death sentence'' for people and ecosystems is already here with us, I wish world governments can act collectively and ban fossil fuels, which is the biggest contributor of this changes, and turn to renewable energies... But my fear and of many, probability of governments failing their peoples is high!

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            • Adam Wallin

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              Crazy that this is happening, unfortunately a lot of people still see it as isolated events. We need more system thinking in our media reports.

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              • Ingmar Rentzhog

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                @Adam_Wallin Yes we do. Unfortunately, the news I shared above was not the frontpage news anywhere.

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