Global Warming: 99.9% of sin is global warming. The results of 88,125 studies conducted over the past 8 years also confirm this. From 2012 to 2020, we read and understood more than 88,000 studies published in various journals, said Mark Linus, a scientist at Cornell University in New York who conducted the research. He said the results of the study show that humans are to blame for global warming.
The research results came at a large conference on climate change in the UK. The conference is attended by senior leaders from many countries around the world. The purpose of this conference is to discuss how to control rising temperatures around the world. The Paris Climate Agreement was signed in 2015 to control rising temperatures. But stopping global warming is becoming a bigger challenge for world leaders.
What is the Paris Climate Agreement 2015?
The governments of 195 countries met from November 30 to December 11 in Paris, France. Governments have set a goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. Thereby reducing the temperature by 2 degrees.
Global warming hazards ..
First threat: Snow falls, sea level rises
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said in its latest report that between 2021 and 2025, one-year highs will be at an all-time high. According to Petrie Talas, snowfall decreases as temperatures rise. Sea levels rise. It makes the atmosphere worse. The result is an impact on food, health, the environment, and development. Reports suggest it is time to be careful. There is an urgent need to act to reduce greenhouse gas emissions worldwide.
Second risk: human height, brain size may decrease
Scientists at the Universities of Cambridge and Tబిbigen say climate change will reduce human height and brain. Over the last million years, it has had an impact on the height and width of humans. It is directly related to temperature. The rising temperature every year .. The rising heat has a severe effect.
Third threat: 40% of sharks .. Ray fish are on the verge of extinction
About 40 percent of the world’s sharks are on the verge of extinction, according to a report by international scientists. This is due to climate change and overfishing. 8 years of research on fish revealed that in 2014, their risk of extinction was 24 percent, which has now doubled. Climate change is increasing the problem for such fish, say researchers. This not only reduces the environment for the habitats they want but also raises the sea temperature.
Fourth threat: The threat to South Asia is increasing
Scientists from 10 countries around the world, including the United States and China, say a quarter of the world’s population lives in South Asia, according to a report by the World Meteorological Organization. The area is already suffering a lot from the heat. In such a situation, the rising temperature is a big risk here. About 60 percent of the people in the area farm. They have to work in the open field, so they are prone to heat stroke.
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