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Four key climate change indicators hit record highs in 2021: UN WMO


Four key climate change indicators all set new record highs in 2021, Brigitte Perrin, Head of Strategic Communication at the World Meterological Organization, outlines at a press conference presenting its "State of the Global Climate in 2021" report. Greenhouse gas concentrations, sea level rise, ocean heat and ocean acidification all set new records last year, the United Nations' weather and climate body says in the report. IMAGES

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