Policy stalls as campaign spending by fossil fuel industries and greenhouse gases rise to historic levels.
Note: The data presented in this report are preliminary. Ranks and anomalies may change as more complete data are received and processed. Effective November 2011, the GHCN-M version 3.1.0 dataset of monthly mean temperature replaced the GHCN-M version 3 monthly mean temperature dataset. Beginning with the October 2011 Global monthly State of the Climate Report, GHCN-M version 3.1.0 is used for NCDC climate monitoring activities, including calculation of global land surface temperature anomalies and trends.
1908 World Temperature Chart
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I just found a neat feature from CloudMade, a heat map showing intensity of their tile requests at each zoom scale. As can be expected, Europe and North America are the definite zones of high activity. It’s also interesting to note the high activity in other regions such as Chile and the Philippines.