This UN report on climate change can blow your mind!

    The world’s largest ever report on climate change will be published soon. It is believed that this report will bring out the bitter truth of the earth.

    The report has been prepared by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) which has studied more than 14,000 scientific papers.

    This is the most recent report on how climate change will change the world in the coming decades.

    Scientists say this will be great news, but it is ‘a small piece of hope.

    Why is the report important?

    Environmental experts say the report is “a massive warning” for governments to cut emissions.

    The IPCC last studied the science of climate change in 2013 and scientists believe they have learned a lot since then.

    Over the years, the world has witnessed record-breaking temperatures, forest fires and devastating floods.

    Some of the panel’s documents suggest that human-caused changes have inadvertently made the environment unchangeable even after thousands of years.

    The IPCC investigation will be informed on Monday and will also be used at the UN’s COP26 (Climate Change Conference of the Parties) conference to be held in Britain (Glasgow) in November.

    The COP26 conference of the United Nations could be that crucial moment if a consensus is reached on bringing climate change under control. The leaders of 196 countries will try together for a bigger goal and give their consent on the measures to be taken.

    Britain’s minister, Alok Sharma, who is leading the conference, said last week that the world had lost almost all of its time to avoid destruction and the effects of climate change were still continuing.

    Professor Piers Forster, an expert on climate change from the University of Leeds, said: ‘The report is able to say a lot about what we are feeling today and the report will be able to clarify how greenhouse gas emissions are hurting. And this is going to be very dangerous.

    “This report will come with a lot of bad news about where we are and where we’re going, but it’s also a document of hope that I think is good for the climate change conversation,” he told LBC.

    What are some reasons to remain optimistic? On this, he says that ‘still in the midst of climate change, the temperature can be prevented from increasing by one and a half degrees Celsius.

    Experts say that if the temperature of the earth increases by 1.5 ° C as a result of climate change, then it can have very serious consequences. So far, global temperatures have risen by 1.2 °C from pre-industrial levels.

    Under the 2015 Paris climate agreement, the goal was to allow the global average temperature to rise no more than 2 °C and it was said that it would not be allowed to exceed 1.5 °C.

    Richard Black of the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit, a non-profit advisory group, said: “The report coming out ahead of COP26 is an eye-opener for countries that have yet to formulate a realistic plan to cut emissions for the next decades. Is.

    What to expect from the report?

    According to many observers, there have been very significant improvements in science in the past few years.

    Dr. Stephen Cornelius of the WWF, who attended the IPCC meetings, said: “As our models get better, we have a better understanding of physics, chemistry and biology, they are now able to predict future temperature changes and many more. They are better than they have been in years.”

    “Second change, the factors supporting any science have increased over the years. We can now tell the link between climate change and major weather events.”

    The final IPCC report, published in 2013, said that humans have been the ‘major cause’ of climate change since 1950.

    The message is going to be even stronger in the coming reports. In this, a warning can be given about its rise above 1.5 ° C relative to the global temperature of pre-industrial levels.

    Experts say that if the temperature exceeds 1.5 ° C, the effects of climate change can be very serious.

    It is expected that this time the IPCC will also explain how humans are affecting the ocean, atmosphere and other aspects of our planet.

    Another most important concern is the rising sea level. According to the IPCC’s own previous estimates, this has been a controversial topic as it was rejected by many scientists.

    “They have been reluctant at first to specify an upper limit for sea level rise, but we think it’s time to warn about this,” says Professor Arthur Peterson from UCL in London.

    Climate change has been considered as the reason for the rapid increase in cases of forest fires and floods in the last few months. Those chapters will also be included in the report in which cases of severe weather conditions are coming to the fore due to rising temperatures.

    What do experts say?

    Environmental analyst Roger Harabin says that the Intergovernmental Panel has brought together governments of different countries of the world, which has evaluated the research of scientists. This means that all governments are involved in this research.

    He said the last panel submitted its report in 2013 and researchers say a lot has happened since then.

    “For example, at first they were unwilling to accept that climate change could be one of the causes of heatwaves and torrential rains.”

    “It was a hot summer in America in June. Now they will be very sure that this cannot happen without climate change.”

    “They say the world is getting warmer by the day. Especially it is getting hotter in northern Europe. If the weather cycle changes, the drought will increase.”

    “The papers studied by the panel show that sea levels will continue to rise for hundreds or possibly thousands of years as summer reaches the deep sea.”

    “The research also confirms that a massive catastrophe could be averted if politicians were able to keep the pre-industrial global temperature at 1.5°C.”

    What is IPCC?

    The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is a United Nations body established in 1988 to assess the science of climate change.

    The IPCC provides governments with scientific information on rising global temperatures so that they can develop their policies accordingly.

    Its first comprehensive assessment report on climate change was published in 1992. In this episode, this sixth report is coming which is divided into four volumes, in which the first is based on the physics of climate change and will be published on Monday.

    In the remaining parts, there will be a review on its impact and solution.

    Based on the study and suggestions of scientists and representatives of 195 governments, its summary is being published.


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