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UN agency's assessment of 2022 weather, expressed fear about the future

Pankaj Prasad
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The United Nations' meteorological agency - the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has released its assessment of the 2022 season.

The United Nations' meteorological agency - the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has released its assessment of the 2022 season. The agency has said that 2022 was such a bad year in terms of weather that it seemed as if people became victims of chaos because of it. The report said that in 2022, the whole world appeared to be battling deadly floods, droughts and heat waves. 

Global ocean heat and acidity were at record highs, and Antarctic sea ice and Europe's icy Alps glaciers were at record lows, according to the report. In this report, it was said that the water level of the seas has increased globally. Along with this, the amount of heat-trapping carbon dioxide and methane in the air is the highest recorded in modern records. Oceans around the world were warm and acidic, and Antarctic sea ice and Europe's icy Alps glaciers were at record lows. In this report, it was said that the water level of the seas has increased globally. Along with this, the amount of heat-trapping carbon dioxide and methane in the air is the highest recorded in modern records. Oceans around the world were warm and acidic, and Antarctic sea ice and Europe's icy Alps glaciers were at record lows. In this report, it was said that the water level of the seas has increased globally. Along with this, the amount of heat-trapping carbon dioxide and methane in the air is the highest recorded in modern records. 

Tested the glaciers, they have melted up to about 1.3 meters i.e. 51 inches in just 2022. With this, it happened for the first time in history that even in the snowy glaciers of Switzerland, there was absolutely no snow left in the summer season. Have melted up to 3 meters i.e. 51 inches. With this, it happened for the first time in history that even in the snowy glaciers of Switzerland, there was absolutely no snow left in the summer season. Have melted up to 3 meters i.e. 51 inches. With this, it happened for the first time in history that even in the snowy glaciers of Switzerland, there was absolutely no snow left in the summer season. 

As fast as it used to grow, now it is growing twice as fast. WMO Secretary-General Peteri Taalas said that due to the rapidly melting glaciers, the water level of the oceans could rise by 20 to 39 inches (one to one and a half meters) by the end of this century. Now it is growing twice as fast. WMO Secretary-General Peteri Taalas said that due to the rapidly melting glaciers, the water level of the oceans could rise by 20 to 39 inches (one to one and a half meters) by the end of this century. Now it is growing twice as fast. WMO Secretary-General Peteri Taalas said that due to the rapidly melting glaciers, the water level of the oceans could rise by 20 to 39 inches (one to one and a half meters) by the end of this century.

Negative changes in weather patterns and all parameters may continue until 2060, despite curbs on greenhouse gas emissions. According to Talas, pollution has already caused significant damage to the environment, due to which the world has already lost the game of melting glaciers and rising sea levels.