The European Union’s climate monitoring programme, Copernicus, has released a new report on Monday that finds that the last seven years were the hottest on record.
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The report also noted record concentrations of greenhouse gases.
“2021 appears as a very hot year in our ranking, it’s about rank five,” revealed Vincent-Henri Peuch, director of Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service.
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