Before publishing the report BBC expected Scientists say the assessment will be full of bad news, but it also sparks some optimism, and environmentalists hope it will become a “huge wakeup call” for governments.
Mankind, through its activities, causes Climate changewhich of these Irreversible had becomeThe United Nations said in its first comprehensive climate report in seven years, published on Monday, that global warming is already causing extreme weather conditions in all populated areas of the world.
It would be good if this report raises the alarm about the use of fossil fuels that are “destroying the planet”.
Announced in response to the report United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. Indeed, he added, it is already a “red alert for humanity, the cry of alarm is deafening.” He added that greenhouse gases from burning fossil fuels, the effects of which are only exacerbated by deforestation, are choking the Earth.
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Published by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Transfer It summarizes the latest scientific findings on climate change and makes it clearer than ever before
What awaits us if humanity does not abandon climate activities and the destruction of nature
Greenpeace added in a letter summarizing the main findings of the report:
- It is clear that human activity leads to a warming of the atmosphere, oceans and land.
- The pace of climate change is unprecedented in human history, The warming was about 1.09°C between 2011 and 2020 compared to the period before the Industrial Revolution.
- The Earth’s surface temperature has risen sharply since the previous assessment report (2014), and the past five years (2016-2020) have been the hottest since at least 1850.
- The rate of sea level rise and ice sheet melting is accelerating.
- More and more extreme weather phenomena occur, There is mounting evidence that this is being done at the expense of human activity.
- The Arctic will likely be ice-free at least once before 2050, even if it follows the path required to reach the 1.5-degree target.
- The collapse of the ice sheets and changes in ocean currents, including the discontinuation of the Gulf Stream, cannot be ruled out.
- Warming will continue until carbon dioxide emissions reach net zero.
- The 1.5 degree goal is still achievable, but for the sake of it Rapid emission reduction Required. If we don’t reduce emissions as quickly as possible, we can consume, at current levels, the maximum amount of carbon dioxide still able to meet the 1.5 degree target by 2030.
- a methane emissions It should also be reduced quickly and significantly.
According to Greenpeace, the position of science is clear: the situation is more serious than ever. Governments need to act as quickly as possible, And by the November climate conference (COP26), adopt plans and targets in line with the goal set in the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement of keeping global warming below 1.5°C to avoid climate catastrophe.
Greenpeace Hungary expects decision makers Hungary should also take substantive steps to mitigate climate change, Therefore, he called on prime ministerial candidates running in next year’s elections to present their green agenda by August 31 at the latest.
Its latest issue was released today, 2021: The Foundation for Physical Science. “The role of human influence in the climate system is indisputable.” – Report of the First Working Group Co-Chair Watch the video, #IPCC
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