Climate change A new heat record was set in Antarctica: 18.3 degrees

The UN announced a record break on Thursday. The record was measured at the Esperanza Research Institute in Argentina in February 2020.

UN has stated that it has secured an all – time heat record in Antarctica. The record was measured at a research institute called Esperanza in Argentina on February 6, 2020.

The new confirmed record is now 18.3 degrees.

In June published fresh research showed that temperature changes caused by climate change affect nature like a chain reaction.

In particular, the study highlighted that the melting of Antarctic ice sheets can lead to devastating domino effects, or sequences of events that affect other global natural systems.



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