GENEVA (AN) — Europe's glaciers lost more than 5 cubic kilometers of ice – including 6% of all of Switzerland's glacier ice volume – just in the past year. Antarctic sea ice fell to its lowest extent on record.
The past eight years were the warmest on record, despite three years of La Niña's cooling, the World Meteorological Organization said in its annual global climate report on Friday that highlights what it calls the "continuous advance of climate change."
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