Northern hemisphere warming up faster than south

Research coming out of the Florida State University this week exposes the non-uninform nature of global climate change over the past 160 years.

It reveals that regions in the northern mid-latitudes including Asia, Europe and North America have undergone the biggest temperature increases in the last 25 years, at a rate close to 0.3 degrees per decade, about double the rate of warming in the subtropical region of the Southern Hemisphere in the same period.

The research, led by Assistant Professor Zhaohua Wu and Fei Ji, will help in understanding the potential societal and economic impact of climate change.

Read more at Florida State University