There are four seasons because of the temporal temperature distribution throughout the globe caused by the slanted axis of the Earth’s rotation around the sun. that is, the seasons of Summer, Winter, Spring, and Autumn. Due to periods of extremely high temperatures, which in some cases can even be fatal, summer can be particularly challenging in some places. In a study published in The Lancet Planetary Health, it was discovered that between 2000 to 2019, issues associated to the summer heat claimed the lives of 4.8 million individuals.

Hotter areas can be found in tropical or dry regions. According to Aljazeera, Kuwait’s Nuwaiseeb on June 22 registered the world’s hottest temperature of 53.2C. It’s important to remember that global warming is making the earth generally hotter. The National Climatic Data Center study from the government organization National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration indicates that the world has become warmer since the 20th century, with the global surface temperature in 2021 being 0.81°C (I.48°F) higher than the century-average value.

This is a result of global warming, which is essentially the global greenhouse effect. An enclosed greenhouse is typically built of glass or transparent plastic. It is made to enable sunlight to pass through but not be reflected back, and it is used to house plants to promote their growth.

The carbon emitted from Earth can also be compared to a greenhouse because it combines with the oxygen in the air to generate carbon dioxide, which, among other gases, traps the sunlight that is reflected back from the earth’s surface and keeps it warm.

However, because of the economy that depends on carbon-based fossil fuels, carbon emissions are at an all-time high and the atmosphere is holding more heat than is necessary, which is warming the planet. Since 1880, the average annual increase in the global temperature has been 0.13°F.

This has taken many forms, including the melting of polar ice caps and more intense hurricanes, but already warmer areas are experiencing far greater difficulties.

First off, hot tropical and subtropical regions are facing a whole new set of issues as a result of summers lasting longer. There is an increase in the population of insects like disease-carrying mosquitoes and crop pests like locusts because they can breed and survive in hot, humid conditions for extended periods of time. Increased heat and humidity in the tropical and subtropical zones has led to increased rainfall as well.

Here Are the Hottest Countries in The World.

10. Maldives

9. Niger

8. Benin

7. Qatar

6. Palau


4. Senegal

3. Bahrain

2. Djibouti

1. Mali

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