- Average increase of average global temperature
In the past century (1906~2005) the global average temperature rose 0.74C.
In particular, the last 11 years out of 12 are recorded as having the highest annual global temperature since 1850.
As the Earth’s temperature rises, ice and icecaps in Greenland and North Pole is disappearing.
Did you know that behind the news of a northern passage way due to melting icecaps lurks the catastrophic consequence of rising sea levels?
If all the ice in Greenland melts, sea levels rise a whopping 7m.
Source: Green Growth Korea