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The perilous journey toward a 1.5 C increase in global temperature persists, potentially setting new records for the hottest week ever documented. Record-breaking global temperatures were noted on Monday, swiftly followed by an even higher reading on Tuesday. It's crucial to note that these aren't localized records, but rather encompass the entire planet. Although the data is still preliminary, it's difficult to challenge the statement made by United Nations Secretary General António Guterres, asserting the uncontrollable nature of climate change. It's time we redouble our efforts to mitigate and adapt to these changes, with the expectation that COP 28 will yield beneficial outcomes for both humanity and the environment! theguardian.com/environment/20… #ClimateActionNow

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