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El Niño is coming, and ocean temps are already at record highs

By Dillon Amaya

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Mmm. That means warmer winter and last we had El Niño was in 2019-20 season and that was one no pow winter season worldwide.

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21 of the hottest years have occurred in this century. And with La Niña's cooling effect last year, 2022 was still the 6th hottest year on record.

So with the heating of El Niño, the reality of climate change is going to be starker.

Let's hope at least, it finally leads to real commitment to decoupling the economic system from fossil fuel.

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