News•December 23, 2014
Woods Placky Talks Hottest Year with Al Jazeera
On Monday, Al Jazeera America hosted Climate Central's Bernadette Woods Placky to discuss the different ways global temperature data is analyzed and processed and what those different analyses can tell us about climate change (hint: no matter how you slice it, the planet is warming). During the wide-ranging interview, Woods Placky also spoke about the weather patterns behind the nine-year hurricane drought in the U.S., how climate change affects big storms and what El Niño could mean for the global average temperature in 2015.
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