Updated: Tuesday 5 July 2022 – 11: 48

The effects of global warming are already being felt worldwide. Approximately 1 degree Celsius has been added to the global thermostat since before the Industrial Revolution. As a result, storms are getting stronger, sea levels are increasing due to ice sheet melting, and extreme precipitation events like droughts are happening more frequently.

Why We Should have Concern on Global Warming?

Around the planet, global warming’s repercussions are blatant and devastating. This summer, heat waves, droughts, and floods are claiming lives and causing havoc all over the planet. Wildfires are raging with a frequency and intensity that have never before been seen, even in areas where they were previously seldom.

People are being choked to death in cities and towns from Asia to the Arctic by smoke and haze. Hurricanes and typhoons are intensifying due to ocean heat waves that are endangering entire ecosystems.

We have found that the restoration of nature reduces global warming only somewhat, and all advantage to the climate is dwarfed by the extent of the continuing emissions from fossil fuels, currently exceeding 2,000 billion tonnes of CO ₂ by 2100.

We propose that this may constitute the maximum “responsible” land restoration potential that is provided for climate protection.

Understanding the Future of Global Warming

And we discovered that, in conjunction with stopping this deforestation by 2030, doing so might reduce global warming by 0.18 ° C by 2100.

If we go for a low-carbon route to limit global warming to 1.5 ℃ this century, we expect global warming to peak within the next decade or two.

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There is no way to run. If we want to secure our future generation then the human must cut the emission causing global warming. To limit global warming to some 1.5 ° C, the report insists that it must increase global greenhouse gas emissions ‘before 2025 at the latest, and be reduced by 43 percent by 2030’.

Like restore, we discovered that stopping deforestation by 2030 would lead to very minimal effects on global temperatures and would reduce warming by roughly 0.08 ° C over the century.

To maintain the possibility of limiting warming to 1.5 ℃, fossil fuel emissions need to be cut rapidly by 2030, and net zero emissions rapidly by 2050, with some studies putting even further demands on 2040.

As we observed with considerably cleaner air after just a few months of lower emissions during COVID lockdowns, air pollution responds swiftly, according to Shindell. The costs of making the transition to a fully carbon-free economy currently outweigh the benefits, even in the first decade.

Politics of climate change

The politics of climate change results from different perspectives on how to respond to climate change. (wikipedia)

Climate change art

Climate change art is art inspired by climate change and global warming, (wikipedia)