We know that "global warming" refers to the overall warming trend of the Earth in the last century and doesn't mean things are only getting hotter down here on the surface. The effects of this warming are large-scale changes in climate and weather systems, both on land and in the sea—but it's true that, on average, the surface is warming up.
That's created record-high temperatures year after year in the summers, which can exacerbate fire, drought, and other negative weather patterns. As the Northern Hemisphere heads toward winter, dry winds, like the Santa Anas in California, can exacerbate fire. Meanwhile, as the Southern Hemisphere enters summer, volatile wind and thunderstorms can strike, causing damage and more fire.
The International Astronomical Union has established a committee to finalize a list of official star names. Some companies offer unofficial naming rights for purchase. But the voices of certain communities are often left behind.