High temperatures are prone to seize our planet in 35 years. Leaders from all over the world are applauding themselves for fighting against global warming and settling the Paris agreement instead of doing something. Scientists have proved that rising temperatures are affecting the planet. A group of researchers who joined the Universal Ecological Fund in Argentina tries to make this planet aware of the obligatory cuts that need to be done in the greenhouse gas emissions. If leaders of the world will not make a decision soon, the temperatures will rise to 1.8 degrees by the year 2050.
- High temperatures threaten our world.
- Leaders of the world have to act against global warming as soon as possible.
This is a nightmarish situation which will affect all of us if authorities won’t be taking any measures soon. In 2009, officials had already agreed to avoid the high temperatures to rise with 3.6 degrees more above the levels. Since then, temperatures have already boosted, adding 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit. A disaster is just around the corner. Last December, 190 countries have agreed to cut the carbon emissions. Experts claim that this decision would not lead to an ideal solution for the climate change problem.
Sir Robert Watson, an ex-chairman of the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and professor at the University of East Anglia, spoke for every other scientist when he asserted that governments need to make better efforts to combat the high temperatures. He claims that a few more pollution cuts will minimize the danger level, keeping us safe for the next twenty years.
Leaders of the world wish to accomplish another goal proposed after signing the Paris agreement. They hope to limit warming temperatures to another 0.9 degrees. That is a bold dream that needs a lot of effort to be achieved. Watson claims that the goal is very unlikely to be reached because the carbon dioxide is continuously stimulating the temperatures to rise.
The two-degree mark set by world leaders is keeping the danger nearby. He also argues that as soon as the high temperatures go more above those two degrees, the adverse effects transform into tangible proofs of the damages.
Do you believe there will be a change if people will walk for climate change, protesting authorities’ poor decisions and their lack of action?
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