the harms of global warming
Recently, some climate changes have occurred in the world with the effect of human activities and air temperature. Increasing greenhouse gases in the atmosphere over time caused global warming to emerge. Scientists warn that global warming is beginning to have catastrophic effects on the world. It has been claimed that millions of people around the world could be exposed to dangerous levels ofheat stress’ that could cause their organs to fail due to global warming.
The World Meteorological Organization announced that from 2020 to this year, the last 10 years have been recorded as the hottest days in world history. Also, 2019 was the second hottest year since 1850, in calculations using data from the American Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the UK Meteorological Service.
IN 2070, ONE-THIRD OF THE WORLD POPULATION WILL MEET WITH SAHRA HEAT
Carbon dioxide emissions have increased due to human activities around the world, which has brought temperatures up. Possible consequences of this include extreme climatic events and the melting of polar ice.
In a study conducted by the UK Meteorology Office, it was stated that data was reached that the number of days when the temperature felt in the coming years will increase above 32 degrees. In the news, it was emphasized that heat stress has symptoms such as fainting, nausea, and cramps, and it was noted that ignoring these may cause some organs in the body to stop.
In the absence of reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, the geography that hosts one-third of the people on the planet is expected to reach the conditions of the hottest parts of the Sahara Desert.
According to a study by scientists in China, the USA, and Europe, rapid warming means that 3.5 billion people will live differently from the reality they have lived for 6 thousand years.
It has been noted that by 2070, 19 percent of the planet’s land surface could be living in Sahara Desert conditions.
Most of the human population lives in areas where the average annual temperature is about 11 to 15 degrees, while less are in areas where the average temperature reaches about 20 to 25 degrees Celsius.
The study also stated that some of the 3.5 billion people who are exposed to extreme temperature levels due to the effects of climate change may want to migrate.
It was underlined that the only solution in this matter is to reduce emissions.