A map of the world plotted with some of the most significant climate events that occurred during June 2023. Please see the story below as well as more details in the report summary from NOAA NCEI at http://bit.ly/Global202306offsite link. (Image credit: NOAA/NCEI)

Earth just had its Hottest June on Record

7/28/2023 - By noaa.gov. The world just sweltered through its hottest June in the 174-year global climate record. Additionally, Earth’s ocean surface temperature anomaly — which indicates how much warmer or cooler temperatures are from the long-term average — were the highest ever recorded, according to scientists from NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information. Here’s… SEE MORE
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Ocean Climate Action Plan Information

7/15/2023 - By noaa.gov. In the face of climate change, the ocean can be a source of climate adaptation and mitigation solutions that provide co-benefits such as good-paying jobs, sustainable livelihoods and communities, and healthier ocean ecosystems. Ocean-based solutions include, but are not limited to: green shipping, blue carbon, biodiversity conservation and… SEE MORE