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Developing countries are heading towards extinction due to Climate change

Developing countries are heading towards extinction due to Climate change


Countries that are at risk from climate change have issued a new warning. They are afraid of extinction as a country if appropriate measures are not taken to combat climate change.

Mainly developing countries are at risk of climate change severity. The warning came after United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a report on global warming.

According to this report by the IPCC, a large part of the world may become uninhabitable due to global warming. As a result, after the report’s publication, the leaders of different countries have become restless. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson sees the IPCC report as a “wake-up call for the world.”

However, after the publication of this report, several countries have reacted strongly. These countries are at the highest risk of damage due to climate change.

Former Maldivian President Mohammad Nasheed represents 50 such countries that are at risk. He said that, “Other countries are emitting carbon, and we are paying the price with our lives’

The Maldives is one of the countries near sea level. Referring to the situation of this country, Nasheed said the consequences of climate change would be devastating for the Maldives. He also thinks that this will put the country at risk of extinction.

The IPCC report said that cyclones and tidal surges would increase in the coming days and rainfall in high-risk countries. Most of the countries at risk are from South and East Asia.

In addition, the impact of climate change has increased fires, floods, snowstorms in different countries. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called the situation “the highest warning for humanity.”

The report claim that human activities are solely responsible for climate change around the world. Untill now, the way carbon is emitting in the atmosphere, the temperature rise in two decades could exceed one and a half degrees Celsius, which is much higher than it was before the Industrial Revolution.

This can increase the sea level by half a meter. And by the end of this century, sea-level rise could reach two meters. Diane Black-Lane, the Caribbean ambassador to Antigua and Barbuda, said it would have a devastating effect on countries near the sea.

Black-Lane represents the Alliance of the Small Island States, a small island nation. He described the effects of global warming on climate change as their future.

The IPCC issued the report at such a time when it is due to convene a climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland, in less than three months. World Leaders will join in a meeting from October 31 to November 1, 2021, known as COP-26, to pledge to reduce carbon emissions.

Meanwhile, after the release of the IPCC report, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that those who are suffering from the effects of climate change need help.

Under the 2015 Paris Agreement, world leaders pledged to limit global warming to 2 degrees Celsius. For this, 190 countries signed the agreement.

But the new report says that unless carbon emissions are significantly reduced, it cannot achieve this goal.

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