The top UN representative on human rights yesterday urged countries to act decisively against climate change because it is a “matter of survival” for mankind.
The repercussions of climate change are becoming ever more dramatic throughout the entire world, with the world unavoidably reaching 1.5 degrees Celsius, but there is always a chance that we will avert the worst impacts and start fighting back.
“Exceeding temperature targets,” Patricia Espinosa, Executive Secretary of the UN’s Council on Climate Change, warned in a news announcement,”Overshooting the temperature goals will lead to a destabilized world and endless suffering, especially among those who have contributed the least to the (greenhouse gas) emissions in the atmosphere,
Indigenous groups as well as communities affected by climate change are counting on their success.
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Meanwhile, global greenhouse gas emissions have soared amid increasingly alarming warnings from scientists.
“We’re just so far off track, it’s really discouraging,”Drew Shindell
‘We’re just so far off track, it’s really discouraging,’ s really disheartening,’ Drew Shindell, Duke University professor and co-author of the United Nations Emission Gap report, told The Washington Post.
That is a problem that has been poisoned for decades by fossil fuel enterprises, which have made an effort to sell their products.
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