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2016 is still on track to be the hottest year ever

While October's temperatures were warm, the month merely tied for the third warmest October on record. But looking at the overall temperature increases for the year, 2016 is still on track to be the hottest year ever, say federal meteorologists.

2014 poised for hottest year on record: UN

Lima - This year may end as the hottest on record, the UN's weather agency said Wednesday as it recounted a tale of rising seas, crippling droughts and floods since January.

New report shows greenhouse gases at unprecedented levels

Surging levels of carbon dioxide around the world have caused greenhouse gases in the atmosphere to reach unprecedented levels. The World Meteorological Organization's annual Greenhouse Gas Bulletin shows GHG concentrations rose 34 percent since 1990.

Catastrophic climate change imminent from rising carbon emissions

New York - The United Nations World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has reported that greenhouse gases are on a continuous upward trend due to a global failure to meet pledges of reduced carbon emissions.

Arctic ozone layer depletion reaches record level

Geneva - The ozone layer's depletion over the Arctic region reached an unprecedented level this spring, due to lingering ozone-depleting substances and extreme cold winter temperatures in the stratosphere, the UN’s weather agency reported this week.

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