A recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) examines trends associated with climate change nationwide.
Himalayan snowcaps reveal rapid thaw
The IPCC panel, led by Dian Black-Layne, said,”We have to turn this around. If we keep warming to 1.5C we are still facing half a meter of sea level rise. But if we stop warming from reaching 2C, we can avoid a long-term three meters of sea level rise. That is our very future, right there,”
In the 21st century, as a result of the continued sea-level rise, coastal areas will undergo coastal erosion and frequent heavy inundations in low-lying areas.
For several years now, rapidly rising global warming has caused a number of weather problem’s, including floods, heatwaves, and the early glacial melting in Pakistan.
The scale of recent climate changes and the ongoing state of many aspects of the climate system have been unprecedented for millennia.