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WMO reports on rising temperatures

11-30-2011 08:10 BJT

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The World Meteorological Organization says 2011 is tied for the 10th hottest year since records began in 1850. That’s according to the organization’s annual assessment of average global temperatures, which also says the Arctic sea ice has shrunk to record-low volumes this year.

Experts worry climate change is having a clear impact on food security in Africa. Changes have been noted in the timing and distribution of rainfall on the continent.

In Zimbabwe, the rainy season has become shorter and more unpredictable. And even if emissions were stopped, some experts say farmers will still have to deal with the effects of climate change for a long time to come.


Editor:Zhang Rui |Source: CNTV.CN

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