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Last year was the hottest ever recorded in Earth's history, according to a report by European Union's Climate agency. The planet's rise in temperatures have led to more billion dollar disasters in the U.S., and as we enter the second year of El Ni?o, some scientists believe 2024 will be even hotter.

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