Last month was the second warmest March ever as worldwide temperatures continue to rise.
The European Earth Observation Programme Copernicus shows that average global temperatures were above average for February 2019.
January 2019 witnesses extreme cold and rising temperatures across the planet.
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Latest satellite observations indicate the concentration of CO2 gases in the atmosphere has risen further.
Latest data shows global temperature in October well above average for the month.
Euronews' Copernicus environmental overview examines a sultry September.
The fourth-warmest August on record produced more than just heat, with drought and floods damaging crops and taking lives around the world.
Europe saw its second warmest July on record.
June - a month of weather contrasts
High temperatures across Europe as century-old records are broken in Sweden and Norway
The statistic comes from Copernicus, the EU's Earth Observation Programme
March showed contrasting temperatures across the globe.
Unusual weather patterns over February saw parts of Europe colder than the Arctic.
Europe 2 degrees warmer than average, widespread flooding and alpine snowfall. Antarctica 2nd lowest sea ice coverage on record
Hurricanes, deadly floods, drought and wildfires across the world as global temperatures hit new highs
November 2017 has been confirmed as one of the warmest Novembers on record.
As world leaders gather in Bonn for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP 23), euronews is launching a new series focusing on meteorological phenomenon established thanks to Copernicus, a European Uni
The European Commission’s emergency management system Copernicus has been activated to deal with the floods in France, Belgium and Germany.