Surge in 2016 Temps Adds Urgency to Climate Deal

Reuters: A record surge in temperatures in 2016, linked to global warming and an El Niño weather event in the Pacific, is adding urgency to a deal by 195 governments in December to curb greenhouse gas emissions to slow climate change, scientists said. Average global temperatures last month were 2.4°F above normal for February, the biggest temperature excess recorded for any month against a baseline of 1951-80, according to NASA data. The previous record was set in January, stoked by factors including......

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