A fire near Sian Ka'an Reserve, Tulum, Quintana Roo in Mexico on Sunday. Photo: Secretaria de Ecologia de Medio Ambiente de Quintana Roo via Reuters

July on course to be hottest month ever recorded, climate scientists say

  • Past two weeks have seen freak heat in Canadian Arctic, crippling droughts in India and Zimbabwe and large forest fires in France and Indonesia
  • If trends continue, temperatures this month will beat previous record from July 2017
Topic |   Climate change

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A fire near Sian Ka'an Reserve, Tulum, Quintana Roo in Mexico on Sunday. Photo: Secretaria de Ecologia de Medio Ambiente de Quintana Roo via Reuters
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