2015 will be the hottest year on record

Summary: Climate scientists are predicting that 2015 will be the hottest year on record "by a mile", with the increase in worldwide average temperatures dramatically undermining the idea that global warming has stopped. It is believed that the average temperature increase will be so much higher than in 2014.

Opinion: The reason why this article should be on the cover page is to alert people that global warming is getting increasingly serious. From the news, it is said that 2015 will be the hottest year on record. This shows how important it is to prevent the problem of global warming from continuing to worsen at such a fast rate. Everyone will then be more encouraged to do their part as global warming impacts not only others but also they themselves. If everyone makes an effort to do their part to save the environment, all together, it will definitely help to decrease the rate of global warming or even prevent it from worsening. If we continue to damage the environment, the world will get hotter and hotter and one day we may not even be able to live on Earth any longer. Therefore, it should be on the cover page so that more people will be aware of this issue and do their part to save the Earth.

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