A full year of record-breaking temperatures on Earth

Earth’s streak of record-breaking temperatures has reached 12 months this past May, with each month setting a new high. The global temperature average for the last 12 months was the highest on record. Scientists expressed surprise at the rate of warming. With all the fossil fuels producing more climate-warming carbon emissions, the earth is projected to face even hotter temperatures in the next five years.

According to the Canadian Centre for Climate Modeling and Analysis, the effect of climate warming was most severe in northern Canada. In 2023, this region saw the world’s largest temperature anomaly. As millions of people are experiencing the impacts of climate change, the heat is only expected to rise even further, and Canada is expected to have another summer with above-average temperatures.

It is the responsibility of individuals to reduce their own carbon footprint in order to lower the impacts of climate change. At Borrum Energy Solutions, we offer sustainable clean renewable electricity generating solutions for cottage owners, rural dwellers, and tiny homeowners to help them reduce their carbon emissions.

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