All coastal cities experience extreme temperatures
Climate report warns of annual weather disasters from 2050
In its new report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warns of significantly more frequent floods and other extreme weather conditions in megacities as a result of climate change. As the rise in sea levels accelerates, "numerous" large coastal cities and small islands would experience weather extremes annually from 2050, according to the report on the oceans and global snow and ice surfaces presented by the IPCC in Monaco today.
In the face of increasingly melting glaciers and other ice masses, scientists urge politicians to act quickly. This is the only way to prevent serious consequences for millions of people. The report bears a disastrous testimony to politics and paints a bleak future if action is not taken quickly.
Sea level rises faster
The report shows that man-made global warming is severely damaging the oceans and ice masses on our planet. The fact that the sea level is rising ever faster is one of the alarming consequences. The increase is currently twice as high as the average in the 20th century, namely 3.6 millimeters per year. The speed at which the sea level is rising continues to increase.
Only a strong reduction in greenhouse gases, the protection of ecosystems and the careful use of natural resources can curb a dramatic development.
Around 130 researchers from 36 countries have analyzed current studies on oceans and ice masses for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change for two years. You have summarized the effects of climate change on coasts and islands, people and nature in a report for political decision-makers. Delegates from the 195 IPCC member states debated and voted on the wording of this report in Monaco for several days at the conference of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
- Is Terminal 1D in Palam Airport
- When should freedom of expression be restricted?
- The 90s were better than today
- Why is Turkey still an undeveloped country
- Why is the BBC spreading the wrong news
- Why can a mother never be selfish
- How is life in Miami
- Can we apply petroleum jelly to our hair
- What is covered
- Do you live in SF
- Sleep deprivation causes constant twitching of the body
- 25,000 Qatari Riyals is a good salary
- Where can we buy gold in Dubai
- What are the uses of Blue Topaz
- Politics is mostly psychological
- Why is there excessive alcoholism among Malayalis?
- Which CMYK ink runs out first?
- Why some politicians support Kanhaiya Kumar
- Why should we pray the rosary?
- Who is the boldest South Indian actress
- How many Bangladeshis live in France
- Is Vishakhapatnam in Telangana or Seemandhra
- What are massive igneous rocks
- How is the interview process in Capgemini