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The United Nation's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released its Sixth Assessment Report. Globally, the sea level has risen by an average of 0.20 meters between 1901 and 2018.
Climate Change Report: The threat of global warming, that is, increasing the temperature of the earth, is deeper than our fears. The latest report of the United Nations Climate Change Panel has approved this. The report said that cities have become hotspots of global warming, as there is a lack of sources of water and vegetation to keep the atmosphere cool. The report states that the global sea level has risen by an average of 0.20 meters between 1901 and 2018.
The United Nation's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released its sixth assessment report on Monday. India is also a part of this panel. Under this study, scientists assessed the Earth's climate and ecosystems around the world. The shocking thing came to the fore that the dangers of climate change that were expected to come in the future are already visible. Which is hardly possible to compensate. For example, it will probably take hundreds or even thousands of years to bring back the rising sea level.
However, reducing the emissions of carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases that raise the earth's temperature can be saved from the effects of climate change from becoming more deadly. But all countries have to show agreement on this. This year, a meeting of large carbon emitting countries is going to be held in Glasgow, UK, in which the goal is to drastically reduce the polluting elements.
Yet it will take 20 to 30 years for the Earth's global average temperature to stabilize. However, there will be an immediate improvement in the air quality. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called the panel's report the most comprehensive assessment ever made on the impacts of climate change.
now 10 special things of the repor
Know 10 special things of the report ... 1. The earth is warming rapidly. According to the report, the temperature of the earth will increase by 1.5 degree Celsius by 2030. Which is ten years earlier than the earlier estimates. This is the biggest danger. 2. The sea level is rising rapidly. Between 1901 and 1971, it averaged 1.3 mm per year. It increased to 3.7 mm per year between 2006 and 2018. Between 1901 and 2018, the global water level has seen an increase of 0.15 to 0.25 meters. 3. According to the report, the incidence of heatwave ie heat wave and its time has increased more than before. Since 1950, most parts of the world have been witnessing hot extremes every year. While the cold extremes are becoming less and less frequent 4. Climate change due to human activities is the main reason for these dangerous effects of global warming. If this is not controlled immediately, then it will be impossible to compensate it again. 5. Cities have become the new hotspots of global warming. Due to lack of water and plants, a heat trap has been formed from here. 6. Incidents of severe heat, catastrophic rain or drought that occurred in the first 10 or 50 years are now coming to the fore in a very short time. Due to this massive loss of life and property and economic crisis is being seen. 7. The intensity of extreme weather changes has increased. Now the outbreak of two or more natural disasters has started appearing simultaneously. Heat wave and drought events are simultaneously wreaking havoc. 8. Climate change experts say that it is difficult to give a specific reason for an unexpected natural disaster or global warming event, but now the impact and intensity of human activities are assessed in a better way, so that the possibilities of extremely serious disasters can be estimated in time. 9. According to the report, climate change and quality of life are related to each other. Solving a problem will automatically improve the standard of living and economic growth. 10. Global warming can be limited by the end of this century, but it will require drastic and immediate reductions in carbon emissions. The activities promoting the emission of greenhouse gases along with fossil fuels (petrol-diesel among others) have to be curbed immediately.