Temperature and sea level change between 20000 BC and 2015
Data: CDIAC, Marcott et al., Shakun et al., Fleming et al. - State: 01/2017
Between the last ice age and the year 1750, the world's average temperatures rose just 3.5 ° C. Between 1750 and 2015 there was another rapid increase of about 1 ° C. Comparing the historical temperature rise with the rise in the sea level shows the extreme dangers of the current climate change.
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