Arctic sea ice extent at the end of 2021 was the highest in 18 years.
Sea ice extent is about the same as 1991.
There has been no trend in Arctic sea ice extent for the past fifteen years.
Antarctica had their coldest January in over 40 years.
And later in the year they had their coldest six months on record.
US forest fire burn acreage was well below average and down 80% since the 1930s.
The percentage of the US to reach 95F (35C) sometime during the year has been declining for 90 years.
The percent of hot afternoons in the US was below average and has been declining for ninety years.
The US is getting wetter and droughts have become less severe and frequent.
Sea level rise is not accelerating and is below all of NOAA’s scenarios.
The Great Barrier Reef has the most extensive coral coverage since at least 1985.
No part of Australia is in drought.