Last month was reported as the hottest September in the world due to climate change events.
The severity of climate change is being felt in various parts of the world. As global temperatures rise, glaciers in the polar regions are breaking and sea levels are rising.
September was the hottest month on record, according to data released by the European Union. Accordingly, the temperature was 0.05 degrees Celsius higher than in September 2019. Scientists say temperatures are above average in parts of the Middle East, South America, Australia, and other parts of the world, including the Siberian Arctic.
Although factories have been shut down due to the current corona freeze, wildfires in Australia, Brazil, and North America have played a major role in global warming, the scientists said.
The scientists warn that rising global temperatures could lead to catastrophic natural disasters in various countries, leading to unusual disasters. Extreme levels of flood danger were announced in France and Italy, with large numbers of locusts appearing on the African continent, the formation of new storms and declining snowfall.