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Shoot: Record Breaking Heat Wave in Siberia

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A heatwave has been scorching most of the Arctic in June 2020. A record was broken on 20 June when the temperature hit 100.4 degrees fahrenheit (more than 37 degrees celsius) in Verkhoyansk, a Siberian town in Russia and one of the coldest towns on Earth.
Russia's sprawling Siberia region is being transformed by climate change that has brought with it warmer temperatures, forest fires and growing swarms of hungry moth larvae. Siberia is heating up at a much faster rate than the rest of the planet. That is causing the permafrost to melt.
The Russian government must take serious measures to combat climate change and move forward with a just transition to end the oil age, to prevent the multiplying threats of climate change in the future.
Record Breaking Heat Wave in Siberia
22 Jun, 2020
Record Breaking Heat Wave in Siberia
Record Breaking Heat Wave in Siberia
22 Jun, 2020
Record Breaking Heat Wave in Siberia
Record Breaking Heat Wave in Siberia
22 Jun, 2020
Record Breaking Heat Wave in Siberia
Record Breaking Heat Wave in Siberia
22 Jun, 2020
Record Breaking Heat Wave in Siberia
Record Breaking Heat Wave in Siberia
22 Jun, 2020
Record Breaking Heat Wave in Siberia
Record Breaking Heat Wave in Siberia
22 Jun, 2020
Record Breaking Heat Wave in Siberia
Record Breaking Heat Wave in Siberia
22 Jun, 2020
Record Breaking Heat Wave in Siberia
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