Scientific studies find anthropogenic causes of Australia’s hottest year on record - 3rd October
Five new studies examine how greenhouse gas emissions let to Australia experiencing the hottest year in 2013 since records began.
One study found that on average, the computer models with current levels of carbon dioxide managed to reproduce similar temperatures experienced in Australia in 2013 every six years. Models without greenhouse gas emissions produced the same temperatures only once in more than 12,000 years.
Find out more on all five studies HERE.
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