Berkeley Earth: 2023 in Review

2023 was a milestone year for the climate, with a strong El Niño and other natural and man-made factors contributing to record-setting warmth. Below we take a look back at some of the superlatives that defined 2023 as we await the final results in our 2023 Annual Temperature Report in January.  All of us at Berkeley Earth thank you for your continued support, and wish you and yours a healthy and prosperous new year.
























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