The report said the world's glaciers shrank for the 37th year in a row
In this Oct. 14, 20-16 file photo, the remains of a destroyed home lay in southwestern Haitia week and a half after Hurricane Matthew devastated the region. photo: AP/Rebecca Blackwell, File, photo: AP/Rebecca Blackwell, File
10 of August 2017 13:57:09
WASHINGTON – A new report says last year's global weather was far more extreme or record breaking than anything approaching normal.The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on Thursday released its annual state of the climate 2016 report, highlighting numerous records including hottest year, highest sea level and lowest sea ice in the Arctic and Antarctica.