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  • Writer's pictureAaron DeMayo

Last month was the hottest January on record in the world’s oceans, and temperatures have continued to rise since then


For the past year, oceans around the world have been substantially warmer than usual. Last month was the hottest January on record in the world’s oceans, and temperatures have continued to rise since then. The heat wave has been especially pronounced in the North Atlantic.“We all know that there’s been a rapid warming, particularly over the last few decades,” Larter said. “But over the last 18 months, it’s jumped up beyond what we expected.”


The excerpts above are from a recent article in the New York Times I encourage you to read, click here.


Although this information can be overwhelming, we can't tune it out. It's up to us to take action and vote for people who understand the gravity of the situation. There's no silver bullet, but certain actions will have larger impacts than others.


On Monday at 6 PM, Brian McNoldy, featured in the article linked below, will present the latest data during the next City of Miami Climate Resilience Committee Meeting. I hope that the information in this article and presented on Monday reminds us to act with urgency and follow the data.


The full agenda for the March 4th, 2024 City of Miami Climate Resilience Committee Meeting can be see below.




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