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Past seven years 'warmest on record' according to data - join the debate in our STEM Spotlight session

By Steve Castle posted 7 days ago

New data from the EU's satellite system shows that the past seven years has been the hottest on record - read the full BBC News story here.

The data comes from the Copernicus Climate Change Service - find out more about them here - and the data also shows that 2021 was the fifth-warmest year ever.

Why not join in the debate on how you're embedding stories like this into your curriculum? On Thursday 13 January at 4pm, our first ever free to join STEM Spotlight features Dr Sylvia Knight from the Royal Meteorological Society presenting her learnings from COP26, and advice on support on climate change in the curriculum. To watch what's sure to be a highly informative and fascinating session, simply join the STEM Spotlight Community group.