Abnormal Autumn 2016

09.06.16 By

Australia had its warmest Autumn on record as climate change supercharged El Nino to create unprecedented temperatures.

Our new report reveals that a slew of records were broken during autumn, with Australia experiencing its warmest March, second-warmest April and second-warmest May on record.

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KEY FINDINGS

Climate change continues to drive abnormally warm conditions with autumn 2016 being the warmest on record for Australia.

Sydney was particularly affected by the abnormal heat.

The abnormally high ocean temperatures wreaked havoc on marine life.

Climate change, driven by greenhouse gases from the ongoing burning of fossil fuels, is driving these abnormal autumn temperatures.

 

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