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World Meteorological Organization Secretary-General Celeste Saulo poses with the new report on the state of the global climate in 2023 at a news conference in Geneva, Switzerland, March 19, 2024. The United Nations' climate chief issued a red alert on Tuesday as new data showed that records for every single climate indicator were shattered in 2023. The organization, the UN's climate agency, released a new report on the state of the global climate in 2023, showing that last year, records were broken for various climate change indicators such as greenhouse gas levels, surface temperatures, ocean heat and acidification, rising sea levels, Antarctic sea ice cover and glacier retreat. [Photo/Xinhua]
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