GENEVA (AN) — The United Nations weather agency confirmed the past seven years were the hottest on record in a new report on Wednesday that will serve as the basis for global negotiations at the U.N. climate summit hosted by Egypt in November.
The World Meteorological Organization said new records were set last year in greenhouse gas concentrations, sea level rise, ocean heat and ocean acidification, while extreme weather took a heavy toll in human lives and economic losses.
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