July 2021 was the hottest in the world in the history of meteorological observations.
The global temperature in July this year became the highest on record of meteorological observations, according to the website of the American Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Last month, according to the organization, temperatures were above average in parts of North America, Europe, northern Africa and southern Asia.
The cumulative temperature of the land and ocean surface in July 2021 was, on average, one degree higher than that of the last century.
Earlier, the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Russian Federation estimated the rate of global warming in the country. According to the ministry, warming in Russia is 2.8 times faster than in the world.
We add that scientists called the factor that will begin irreversible climate change, the melting of glaciers in Greenland and Antarctica. This will cause the warm Atlantic currents to cool down, will lead to a decrease in rainfall in the tropical zone, which will turn the forests of the Amazon into savannah.