The sport bible article With the weather forecast for next week having changed to “very hot and dry”, we have to stop thinking about what’s happening in the world.
I think the answer is simple: we’re not.
We’re not in a climate crisis.
And we’re still not in an epidemic.
In the past decade, the world has become a much hotter, drier place than it was in the late 1800s.
That’s the result of a complex global warming cycle that started with CO2 levels rising at a time when the earth’s climate was warmer than it is now.
As the world warmed, so did the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere.
So the atmosphere started to warm up, causing the Earth’s oceans to rise and the atmosphere to expand.
As more of the oceans absorbed the extra CO2, the CO2 started to settle out.
It’s not like we’re sitting on an island with nothing to do and we’re going to sit here and wait for the CO 2 to be released.
It took a few decades for the oceans to warm enough to let enough CO2 escape to the atmosphere, and that’s when we started to see global warming.
This was happening around the world, and by the time we got to Australia, the climate was already going through some of its warmest periods in its history.
As a result, the sea surface temperature was rising around the globe.
The CO2 that was escaping the oceans is warming up the air, causing a new cycle of weather events that we have seen in recent years.
The new cycle includes more intense and prolonged heatwaves, with more frequent droughts, and increasingly frequent floods.
All of this happens in the heatwave season, and the weather can be intense and severe.
For example, last week saw some of the worst flooding in the history of the country.
But there are many more ways in which the world is heating up.
There’s more rain falling, and there’s more snow.
There are more tropical cyclones and more intense hurricanes.
As we get further into the future, this cycle is expected to continue.
The question is: is the world warming?
The temperature is going up.
The sea surface temperatures are rising.
The humidity is rising.
And the amount and frequency of extreme weather events are increasing.
So is the planet warming?
And that’s why the next time you hear a report that the planet is warming, think again.
There is a reason the world was not in the grips of a pandemic like we were in 1900.
Climate change is changing the world in a very dramatic way.
The weather is changing.
Our lives are changing.
And all of these changes are happening within the context of a single system, the Earth system.
But the climate change impacts are more significant and far-reaching than any one event, and we need to think about how we’re managing these changes.
We’ve already seen the impacts of climate change.
There have been record-breaking droughtides, more frequent and intense heatwaves and more frequent flooding.
But it’s not just droughty weather events.
The impact of climate changes is already starting to show up in other parts of the world that were previously in the midst of a very dry period.
In Australia, we’ve seen record-setting temperatures across the state.
This has been linked to the drought.
It may be the driest period in modern times.
And as Australia begins to recover, it’s predicted to be one of the drier periods on record.
As part of the recovery, it may be a very cold year.
But that doesn’t mean the drought is over.
There may be more severe and prolonged weather events and a more intense drought.
This is happening across the globe and could have very real and potentially disastrous consequences.
And it’s happening right now, too.
The United States is already experiencing record-high temperatures.
A recent study by researchers at the University of Colorado and Stanford University showed that the US is already the driter-than-average country in the Western Hemisphere, with a projected average of 3.1 degrees Celsius of warming by the end of this century.
It means the US will be hotter than average for the next two decades, and potentially for many decades beyond that.
The scientists found that if the US continued on its current trajectory of increasing emissions at current rates, it would be one degree warmer than the pre-industrial average by 2100.
And by 2060, the US could be hotter and drier than any country on Earth.
We already have the world’s most dangerous weather system in place.
The US is now home to the most extreme weather on the planet.
And its been doing so for decades.
And this system is only going to get worse.
It already has been going on for decades, but we’re only just beginning to see the consequences.
For a while now, it has been clear that our warming climate was not an