Summer 2022 was the hottest on record for Europe, while the year was the second warmest ever.
An EU report shows the highest levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere for two million years.
2022 was yet another year for climate extremes, says this study - with many countries experiencing impacts on agriculture, rivers, and energy.
Last year was the second hottest on record - second only to 2020 which was warmer by 0.3 degrees Celsius.
It wasn't just Europe which saw high temperatures, there were records seen in polar regions.
A station in Antarctica measured a temperature high of 65 years - while September temperatures in Greenland were eight degrees above average.
In terms of emissions, this study says carbon dioxide in the earth's atmosphere is at its highest levels in two million years, while for methane it's at an 800,000-year high.
There's a commitment by countries to limit global temperature rises to 1.5 degrees celsius - however, there's some skepticism on whether those targets will be hit - with more severe and volatile weather expected if temperatures go above that.