Future of the Environment

Low sea ice and near-record warmth: why this is the century defined by climate change

Some of the key things to know about the climate so far this year. Image: REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Zeke Hausfather

US Analyst, Carbon Brief

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El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) forecast models for three-month periods in the Niño3.4 region (June, July, August – JJA – and so on) Image: CPC/IRI ENSO forecast
Arctic sea ice thickness from 1979-2019 using PIOMAS data Image: Zachary Labe

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