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ToHyra,ithascausednotjustresidentialdisplacementforAfricanAmericansbutalsopoliticalandculturaldisplacementHesawmajorissuesofgentrificationandsegregationinWashingtonbeneaththesurfaceofrapidurbanrenewalThesechangesmaylookpleasant,butnotquitesotoDerekHyra,anassociateprofessorattheAmericanUniversitySchoolofPublicAffairsandanexpertonneighborhoodchangeThe14thStreetnearUStreet,atraditionalAfricanAmericanneighborhood,isnowlinedupwithhiprestaurantsandbarsinthisphototakenonSundayWhitesarethemajoritynow,accountingfor55percentofthecommunityThesameurbanrenewalishappeninginotherpartsofWashingtonTheUnitedNationsweatheragencysaysthepast10yearswerelikelythehottestdecadesincescientistsbegankeepingrecords.Inanewreport,theWorldMeteorologicalOrganization,orWMO,blamestherisingtemperaturesmainlyongreenhousegasesproducedbyhumanactivities."Averagetemperaturesforthefive-year,2015-to-2019and10-year,2010-to-2019periodsarealmostcertaintobethehighestonrecord,"theWMOsaid.Thereportpredictedthat2019wouldbecomethesecond-orthird-warmestyearonrecord.Finaltemperaturemeasurementswillnotbeavailableforseveralmonths.PetteriTaalasistheSecretary-GeneraloftheWMO.Hesayssevereheatwavesandfloodsthatusedtohappenaboutonceeveryhundredyearshavebecome"regular"events."CountriesrangingfromtheBahamastoJapantoMozambiquesufferedtheeffectofdevastatingtropicalcyclones.WildfiressweptthroughtheArcticandAustralia,"henoted.Taalassaidthatoneofthemaineffectsofclimatechangeisthelackofpredictablerainfall.Thispresentsathreattosuccessfulharvestsandwilllikelycreatefoodsecurityproblemsinsomecountriesinthefuture,hesaid.Thereportsaidclimatechangewasamaindriverofarecentincreaseinworldhungerafter10yearsofdecrease.Itestimatedthatabout820millionpeoplesufferedfromhungerin2018.TheWMOsaidthatweatherdisastershavedisplacedmillionsofpeoplethisyearandaffectedrainfallfromIndiatonorthernRussia,tothecentralUnitedStatesandotherareas.Oceans,whichtakeinanestimated90percentoftheextraheatproducedbygreenhousegases,arenowattheirhighestrecordedtemperatures.Seawaterisalso25percentmoreacidicthanitwas150yearsago,thereportsaid.Thisisthreateningoceanenvironmentsthatprovidefoodandjobsforbillionsofpeople.Levelsofcarbondioxideintheatmospherereachedarecord407.8partspermillionin2018andcontinuedtorisein2019.Expertssaycarbondioxidecanbedamagingbecauseitcanremainintheatmosphereforhundredsofyearsandintheoceanforevenlonger.OnMonday,attheopeningofaclimatemeetinginSpain,UnitedNationsSecretary-GeneralAntonioGuterreswarnedthat400partspermillionhadoncebeenconsidered"unthinkable."TheUNClimateChangeConferencebringstogetherrepresentativesfromaroundtheworldtoseeksolutionstoreducegreenhousegasemissionsLastyear,theUN'sIntergovernmentalPanelonClimateChangesetagoalforcountriestolimittemperatureincreasesto1.5Celsiusorbelow.

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