New England winters will melt away.
According to a disturbing new study from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, the northeast of the United States will see warmer temperatures is considerably faster than the rest of the planet.
“I tell my students that they are able to tell their children,” I remember that it used to snow in Boston,'” Raymond Bradley, co-author of the study and director of the Climate System Research Center at UMass, told The Boston Globe.
The study, published Jan. 11 in PLOS ONE, shows that the north-East to the Paris Agreement, the global warming threshold of 20 years earlier than anywhere else in the world.
The Paris pact aims to limit the increase in global temperature to two degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit.) The average global temperature has already risen one degree since 1880, and two-thirds of that increase has occurred since 1975. The 2 degrees is considered the point of no return for the catastrophic effects of the warming of the earth.
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