According to the news of the BBC, global temperatures in 2023 are expected to be 1.08 to 1.32 degrees higher than before the industrial revolution.
Richard Allan, Professor of Climate Science at the University of Reading, said in a statement on the subject that the temperature increase will continue to rise as the effect of the La Nina weather event (weather event with a lowering effect on the air temperature) ends next year.
In England, where the temperature was above normal this year, thermometers reflected values exceeding 40 degrees Celsius, and 51 degrees Celsius in Pakistan and India.
The record was broken in 2016.
In 2016, temperatures as a result of El Niño broke the post-industrial revolution record by rising 1.2 degrees Celsius above the pre-industrial revolution period.
Scientists point out that global warming is caused by climate change.
It is known that the temperature increased by 1.1 degrees on a global scale during the industrial revolution period between 1750-1900.