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"There are some facts about climate change that are so often repeated that we become almost anesthetized to them[i]. One of these is about the straightforward global warming the world has already experienced: as the NOAA reminds us, the “top-10 warmest years on record have occurred since 2010 and the last nine years (2014-2022) are the nine-warmest years on record.” It now seems all but certain that 2023 will sit atop the ranks next year, with October temperatures exceeding pre-industrial averages by a startling 1.43°C—just shy of what many believe to be the absolute upper-limit of non-catastrophic warming, 1.5°C. ..."