Australia: Climate action call as ‘another angry summer’ breaks 156 heat records

Guardian: More than 150 temperature records were broken in Australia during “another angry summer” that highlighted the need for deep reductions in greenhouse gases, a new report has said. The analysis, by the Climate Council, found that Sydney experienced its driest summer in 27 years, while Melbourne sweltered through its hottest ever 24-hour period, averaging 35.5C. The Victorian capital also had four days in a row above 41C. Elsewhere, Adelaide had a record of 11 days at 42C or hotter during the......

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