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The climate crisis is now at a critical stage
Amila Khan Environmental Problems Environmental Science

The climate crisis is now at a critical stage

The climate crisis is now at a critical stage

The climate crisis is now at a critical stage

Disasters such as floods, droughts, unusually high temperatures, and wildfires are wreaking havoc in many parts of the world. The pressure and urge to intervene quickly to see the end of this trend is also increasing.



World leaders expect to set a common goal in the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP 26) in Glasgow, Scotland, October 31 – November 12, 2021.

In this context, the relevant office of the United Nations will submit an assessment of the impact of global warming. Four reports will publish in Geneva from August 18, 2021, to 2022.

Two hundred thirty-four authors from 66 countries are compiling the compilation of the world’s collective scientific knowledge. The last time such a detailed assessment of the overall situation has made before seven years ago.

The United Nations has made six such reports since 1990. Activities such as burning fossil fuels, extensive agriculture, deforestation, livestock, and pollution will give a clear idea of ​​the extent and consequences of human damage to the environment.

There is no shortage of conclusive scientific evidence that Climate change is responsible for recent natural disasters in different parts of the world. Only recorded the warmest six years from 2013/14 to date.

In 2015, reducing Greenhouse gas emissions under the Paris Agreement set a goal of controlling global warming. World leaders had pledged to ensure that the tendency does not increase by more than two degrees, if possible, by more than one and a half degrees considering the temperature before the industrial revelation, i.e.1750 as a baseline.



But there is a lack of sincerity in the place of action. However, in the wake of the recent catastrophe situation will impose mounting pressure on the world leader on the upcoming Glasgow COP26 conference to take actions that are more decisive.

After nearly two weeks of negotiations, the 195 member states of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) approved the report on August 6, 2021.

As a result, temperature rising and ice melting in the Polar Regions will provide sea level rising forecasts. With the help of more sophisticated scientific technology, it is becoming possible to collect detailed and reliable information.

No one is expecting that forecast will bring relief for humankind. On the contrary, the first report of the United Nations regarding this is going to describe a further deterioration picture of the situation if the necessary steps will not take in time. The officials involved in this initiative are making such predictions.

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