The Arctic Circle — the realm of polar bears, caribou and dwindling sea ice at the top of the world — hit 90 degrees Fahrenheit, 32 degrees Celsius.The record temperatures, heatwaves, drought and disasterous precipitation has created widespread havoc on human health, agriculture, ecosystems and infrastructure and led to devastating wildfires in Europe, Canada and the United States.
Climate change is accelerating
We have tracked the change in our climate carefully for years, and in the past 40 years, scientists have documented an acceleration in the Earth's warming. And this warming is adding an extra level of significance to the data we are collecting. And the heat at the top of the world really drives that home.
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