This week a report released at the UN climate change conference suggests that 2019 should be the second or third hottest year ever, ending a decade of "exceptional global heat". In a true "time machine", NASA's website Climate Time Machine This proves this and shows how the temperature indicators on Earth are changing over time.
To show these changes in various areas, the platform is organized into four topics. Through images and animations, you can go back in time and see how the ice banks, sea and carbon dioxide levels, and global temperatures have changed.
In the case of global temperature, for example, the color map shows changes in temperature averages around the world since 1884. The blue spot, which once dominated the map, has mostly turned orange, which shows the rise in average temperature. globally.
The UN conference on climate change, COP25, kicked off earlier this week and ends on 13 December. Until then, world leaders discuss possible solutions to work around the problem.