It may take about 20 to 30 years for the global temperature to stabilize
The United Nations Global Warming Change Panel said in a report that cities have become ‘hot spots’ of global warming. This is because there is a shortage of water and plant resources to keep the atmosphere cool. Due to cutting of trees and deforestation without any thought, trees and plants have started decreasing. The report said that the global sea level has risen by an average of 0.20 meters between 1901 and 2018.
The UN’s internal government panel on Monday released its sixth report. Please tell that India is also a part of this panel. During this study, scientists have gained information about the Earth and climate ecosystems around the world. The shocking fact is that the grave difficulties of climate change were anticipated from the very beginning. It is almost impossible to compensate. For example, it may take thousands or even hundreds of years for sea level to rise again.
To avoid the deadly effects of climate change, emissions of carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases that raise the earth’s temperature should be reduced. However, for this, it is mandatory for all the countries to agree and come forward. A meeting of carbon emitting countries will be held in Glasgow, UK this year, in which exercise will be done to reduce the amount of pollutants. However, even after all these efforts, it may take about 20 to 30 years for the global temperature of the Earth to stabilize.
Some startling things have come to the fore in the report.
- The Earth is warming rapidly. By 2030, the temperature will rise by 1.5 °C. Which is quite dangerous.
- Sea level is rising at an average rate of 1.3 meters per year.
- Incidence of heat and heat wave is higher than before
- Climate change due to human activities is responsible for the dangerous consequences of global warming. It is impossible to make up for it if it is not reined in immediately.
- Sudden and unusual changes are being observed in the environment. Two or more natural disasters occur simultaneously.
- Experts agree that it is difficult to give a specific reason for the occurrence of an unexpected natural disaster or global warming. But the impact and intensity of human activities can be well assessed.
- Global warming can be controlled by the end of the century. This would require a drastic reduction in carbon emissions. There is a need to control activities that promote greenhouse emissions along with petrol and diesel.