Posted on June 6th, 2017

Apollo News Snippets – June 2017

The April 2017 temperature percentile departure map shows a mixed bag of warmer than average temperatures across all continents with near average areas mixed in as well as record warmth. The only noticeable cool spot was in northern Canada.
  • The April NOAA Global Climate report confirms what we all suspected, the warming trend continues. April 2017 was the second hottest April on record since 1880, the 12th hottest month ever and then the 388th consecutive month the average global temperature was above the 20th 388 months of warmer than average is not a trend, it is reality folks. Climate change is real and we need to solve it now.

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