Updated 2018-09-03 at 15:04
— Patrick T. Brown, PhD (@PatrickTBrown31) 20 augusti 2018
— Antti Lipponen (@anttilip) 1 augusti 2017
#Temperature anomalies 1880-2017 by country ?. No matter how you visualize it, it looks scary! #GISTEMP #dataviz #climatechange #globalwarming
Download / watch hi-res ?: https://t.co/ZdGPVTM5yO pic.twitter.com/cAn9wG8FPU
— Antti Lipponen (@anttilip) 25 augusti 2018
Want to see 168 years of climate change in two minutes?
Here is our movie, updated through 2017. pic.twitter.com/ppwXgFPGdA
— Robert Rohde (@rarohde) 18 januari 2018
Animation showing how global mean temperature has increased since 1850 in response to increasing concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
— Robert Rohde (@rarohde) 17 augusti 2018
Humans, we have a little CO2 problem.
It's not just the amount, it's the speed.
Already more CO2 rise than past de-icings,
In about 2% of the time. pic.twitter.com/D7kKvndtKH
— Kris Karnauskas (@OceansClimateCU) 23 augusti 2018
Our best estimate is that human activity is responsible for about 100% of observed long-term warming; between 93% to 123% of warming since 1950 is due to humans according to the US government's recent National Climate Assessment CSSR. https://t.co/6j9mq6gJ1x pic.twitter.com/5xh1GAXg1R
— Zeke Hausfather (@hausfath) 23 augusti 2018
… then the heat content of another part of the climate system wd have to be going down, while the heat content of the atmosphere was going up.
— Katharine Hayhoe (@KHayhoe) 23 augusti 2018
— Zack Labe (@ZLabe) 14 november 2016
Will "The Great Wave" of carbon dioxide (CO₂) cover Mt. Fuji this year?
— Zack Labe (@ZLabe) 30 augusti 2018
Here are the latest global *sea level rise* observations from satellites (using altimeters). I think it's important to always keep sharing key climate indicators.[Graphic from https://t.co/Y7GboKnDZH] pic.twitter.com/VfSJhrowK2
— Zack Labe (@ZLabe) 24 augusti 2018
Monthly atmospheric global methane (CH₄; potent greenhouse gas) through 2017…
— Zack Labe (@ZLabe) 18 augusti 2018
Coal power stations in Europe – the white ones are closing. 13 of the world’s 77 coal-powered countries plan a total phaseout so far. Global coal power emissions may have peaked in 2014. Fantastic interactive global map by @CarbonBrief ! https://t.co/UWkxce3Pqz pic.twitter.com/NouTJTpbA5
— Stefan Rahmstorf (@rahmstorf) 29 augusti 2018
Claims of a substantial gap between model projections and observed temperatures are not true (2017 update edition). pic.twitter.com/qBqRvQZedC
— Gavin Schmidt (@ClimateOfGavin) 20 januari 2018
Johan Rockstrom et al – A roadmap for rapid decarbonisation by 2050 https://t.co/6CQysDsn1f
— Ian Christie (@IanPChristie) 23 mars 2017
Using NOAA/NCDC data you can build a similar graph of April-July temperatures over Europe since 1910 : the April-July 2018 anomaly of +2.44C relative to the 1910-2000 average is unprecedented (previous record from 2016 shattered by a 0.95C margin)
source : https://t.co/ZfUVXKWC3i pic.twitter.com/GBDureNrGZ
— Etienne Kapikian (@EKMeteo) 1 september 2018
The last four months have been exceptionally warm across Fennoscandia. In fact, people living in the capitals of #Finland ??, #Sweden ?? and #Norway ?? have never experienced such a warm May-Jun-Jul-Aug period. #heatwave2018 pic.twitter.com/LEjoJCY8Ko
— Mika Rantanen (@mikarantane) 1 september 2018
Global heat wave! Incredibly compelling graphic by @rarohde which shows the remarkable coverage of record/near record heat around the planet since May, day by day. Few areas were left untouched, some were hit repeatedly. Here's our related analysis: https://t.co/2tNZNyeK2E pic.twitter.com/OrZRx5PPas
— Capital Weather Gang (@capitalweather) 17 augusti 2018
The Earth is warming. "Heat waves" come and go; however, climate change is significantly increasing their probability.
— Zack Labe (@ZLabe) 16 augusti 2018
Time to start tracking the annual minimum #Arctic sea ice extent (no records this year)! Sea ice reaches its minimum extent as solar energy decreases and temperatures drop. This transition is already underway closer to the North Pole.
— Zack Labe (@ZLabe) 20 augusti 2018
Zonal mean (averaged over longitude) surface air temperature anomalies (departures from average) since 1880. The y-axis is latitude, x-axis is time.[@NASAGISS GISTEMP data, 12-month running means] pic.twitter.com/eLHVvaKrsm
— Zack Labe (@ZLabe) 17 augusti 2018
Globally averaged sea surface temperature (SST) anomalies so far this year…[Data from @NOAA ERSSTv5 averaged over January to July] pic.twitter.com/jSB8kwHyjY
— Zack Labe (@ZLabe) 20 augusti 2018
405.60 parts per million (ppm) CO2 in air 01-Sep-2018 https://t.co/MGD5CTru41
— Keeling_Curve (@Keeling_curve) 2 september 2018
Heading towards #HothouseEarth ? – A new study co-authored by @jrockstrom as part of a leading international team of scientists, published in @PNASNews presents the risk of earth heading towards a hotter future: https://t.co/tiz86UWG1R #climate #climatechange #anthropocene pic.twitter.com/dGRikxrpgS
— Sthlm Resilience (@sthlmresilience) 9 augusti 2018
— Stefan Rahmstorf (@rahmstorf) 28 augusti 2018
— Glen Peters (@Peters_Glen) 2 september 2018
— Joshua Stevens (@jscarto) 27 augusti 2018
— WRI Climate (@WRIClimate) 24 augusti 2018
Yesterday was the busiest day of the year in the skies so far and our busiest day ever. 202,157 flights tracked! The first time we've tracked more than 200,000 flights in a single day on https://t.co/krDfUYSbzK pic.twitter.com/ApCMHaVEQp
— Flightradar24 (@flightradar24) 30 juni 2018