It's #ShowYourStripesDay Warming Stripes visualise that #Climatechange is HERE and NOW 🌡️Global temperatures have ⬆️ by more that 1.2°C since 1850. This means more extreme weather that affects us all Download your country's stripes at showyourstripes.info #ClimateAction
Today is the summer solstice and a good day to reflect on how the planet has warmed by more than 1.2°C since 1850. The stripes turn from mainly blue to mainly red in more recent years. Extreme weather is on the rise. #ClimateAction showyourstripes.info #ShowYourStripesDay
Today is #ShowYourStripesDay , to remind everyone the world is getting hotter -- fast. Each bar represents a year, and the color indicates how much hotter (red) or colder (blue) that year was relative to the average since the dawn of the Industrial Age in 1850.
Today is #ShowYourStripes Day . This is how Kenya's temperatures are fairing between 1901-2020 Find the stripes for your region at showyourstripes.info #ShowYourStripes The above stripes are Kenya specific. It shows temperature change in Kenya from 1901-2020
How is climate changing where you live? In Texas, every season has been warming since the 1950s. Bigger, stronger hurricanes; deadly heatwaves; heavier rainfall and longer, stronger droughts: the impacts of a warming planet are already here. #ShowYourStripesDay
Global warming is real. I did this with my daughter a couple of years ago to show how annual temperatures are changing from 1850-present. Even a 6 year old could quickly grasp “wow it’s getting hotter” #ShowYourStripesDay
I think this is a startling image. With each stripe representing a year, the average temperature is shown in colour - blue = cooler, red = warmer. Look at the change in the last 170 years. Lads, we're cooking ourselves.