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Hottest year of Earth 2020 | Earth burning with fire in forests, NASA said, 2020 is the hottest year

 Hottest year of Earth 2020 burning with fire in forests, NASA said, 2020 is the hottest year.

Earth 2020

The year 2020 brought many such traumatic events whose bitter memories are to be with the world for a long time. 

One of the biggest natural disasters of the year was the fire that engulfed different corners of the world. 

Its results are also visible now. The US space agency NASA has claimed that the year 2020 has been the warmest year in history. 

However, according to the US NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration) 2016, it was 0.02 degrees warmer. Despite this, it is understandable how hot it was in 2020.

The forests kept burning amidst the cyclone.

According to NOAA and the UK Met Office, 2020 lagged behind 2016 by a margin of 0.02 degrees, but apart from NASA, scientists at the European Union's Copernicus believe that 2020 was the warmest year yet. 

There have been many reasons for this, one of which is that the fire in the wilds of Australia, Siberia and the American West Coast and the time of the fire during the severe cyclonic Atlantic storm has also been long.

Who is responsible?

Leslie Ott, a research meteorologist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in the US, said, "This year has been an example of the severe climate change we have predicted so far." 

However, it is not only fair to blame the fire in the forests, but also the emission of man-made greenhouse gas is largely responsible for heating the Earth.

Result of human handiwork.

Gavin Smith, director and climate scientist at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York City, said, "Earth's normal processes are to exploit carbon-dioxide as emitted by human activities, but the more we The amount of carbon dioxide released in the environment is no longer under control by trees and plants.

Greenhouse gases emissions increased.

According to NASA, carbon dioxide levels have risen by nearly 50 percent since the Industrial Revolution, some 250 years ago. 

The amount of methane in the atmosphere has more than doubled. As a result, during this time the earth has become one degree Celsius and warmer. 

Climatologists have speculated that as the Earth is warming, hot air rains and droughts may increase further, the number of wildfires may also increase, with more severe thunderstorms than average in a year There is a possibility of coming

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