Heatwaves are happening all over the world and breaking records, which shows how serious the climate crisis is. Many places like Texas, the US Southwest, the UK, North Africa, the Middle East, and Asia are experiencing extremely hot weather. June was the hottest month ever globally.

The oceans hold most of the heat, not the air. The North Atlantic has its highest-ever surface water temperatures, causing a heatwave along the UK coasts. El Niño in the Pacific makes the heatwave stronger. Warmer seas also make the air hotter, making the situation worse. Scientists say we need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions quickly to address these changes.

The climate crisis is causing changes in ecosystems all over the world. In the UK, there are many fish deaths in rivers and canals because of the extreme heat. We need to take action quickly to reduce emissions and slow down global warming to prevent more damage. There are technologies and strategies that can help us lower emissions and make a difference. We need to act fast to protect our planet for the future.