NewEnergyNews: 13 OF WORLD’S 14 HOTTEST YEARS WERE THIS CENTURY – METEOROLOGISTS

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    13 OF WORLD’S 14 HOTTEST YEARS WERE THIS CENTURY – METEOROLOGISTS

    Scientists to climate change skeptics: Get real

    March 24, 2014 (CBS News/AP)

    "Much of the extreme weather that wreaked havoc in Asia, Europe and the Pacific region last year can be blamed on human-induced climate change, according to the World Meteorological Organization…2013 was the sixth-warmest year on record. Thirteen of the 14 warmest years have occurred in the 21st century…Rising sea levels has led to increasing damage from storm surges and coastal flooding, as demonstrated by Typhoon Haiyan [which killed at least 6,100 people and caused $13 billion in damage to the Philippines and Vietnam and Australia] had its hottest year on record…[Central European flooding caused $22 billion in damage,] there was $10 billion in damage from Typhoon Fitow in China and Japan, and a $10 billion drought in much of China…Only a few places -- including the central United States -- were cooler than normal last year…” click here for more

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