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Weather & ClimateJuly 2023 Poised to Become the Hottest Month Ever Recorded, Warns NASA

July 2023 Poised to Become the Hottest Month Ever Recorded, Warns NASA

Lead Climate Scientist Predicts an Upward Trend in Temperature with Increasing Greenhouse Gas Emissions

In an alarming revelation, NASA’s principal climate scientist, Gavin Schmidt, declared that July 2023 could set the record for being the warmest month ever observed in meteorological history. The predicted rise in temperature is a part of an escalating trend that shows no signs of abating.

“We’re witnessing an unprecedented change globally,” Schmidt stated, hinting at the harrowing reality of climate change. While these rising temperatures might shock many, they are in line with scientific predictions made over the last four decades, where Earth’s average temperature has been gradually rising.

Drawing upon historical data and recent trends, Schmidt projects a 50-80% probability that July 2023 will be recorded as the hottest month in history. However, he anticipates that this record may not last long, with 2024 predicted to bring even higher temperatures. The current record for the hottest year is held by 2016, with scientists attributing these temperature surges to human activities, predominantly greenhouse gas emissions.

Adding her expert voice to the discussion, Chief Scientist and Senior Climate Advisor, Kate Calvin stated, “The warming we observe on our planet is inevitably triggered by human activities, especially greenhouse gas emissions. This is impacting people and ecosystems across the globe.”

NASA Earth Sciences Director Karen St. Germain, expressed the agency’s commitment to expediting scientific discovery, and importantly, preparing mankind for the implications of global climate change. This preparation involves not only individual efforts, such as farmers making decisions for their fields, but also global decision-makers whose actions have worldwide repercussions.

“One of the agency’s goals,” St. Germain noted, “is to disseminate scientific knowledge in a way that assists society.” As we move into an era where the impact of climate change becomes more palpable, such scientific insight will be crucial in planning and implementing strategies to mitigate global warming.

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