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Will the catastrophic environmental catastrophe begin in 2031?

If the Earth’s temperature rises just 1.5 degrees Celsius above the 21st century average, a catastrophic catastrophe could ensue. (Photo: Internet)

Geneva: Global environmentalists have warned that the average temperature on our planet will rise by 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2031, which could lead to an incredibly catastrophic environmental catastrophe.

He made the predictions based on the “Environmental Clock” (Climate Clock), created in 2015 to provide the most accurate environmental scenario for the future, with a constant focus on rising global pollution and global warming. Letters can be sorted.

About “ClimateClock.net” There is also a regular website by the name of which, in addition to the momentary emission of carbon dioxide and the increase in temperature, also gives an estimate of the possible time when this increase reaches a dangerous level of one and a half (1.5) centigrade. Will go

The “Climate Clock” shows that 2.4 million pounds (approximately 11,000 tons) of carbon dioxide is entering the atmosphere every second around the world today, with temperatures rising to 1.238 degrees Celsius. It will touch 1.5 degrees in the next 10 years.

The importance of one and a half degrees

Environmentalists have been saying for many years that even a mere 1.5% increase in the average global temperature of the twentieth century could be fatal to the whole of humanity as this increase would cause the environmental catastrophe to become so severe that it could be remedied. It will not be in our power to do so.

It should be noted that before the Industrial Revolution in 1750, the average temperature of the earth was 13.42 degrees Celsius, after which it began to rise gradually.

Large-scale industrial emissions increased the average to 13.7 degrees Celsius between 1880 and 1919, and to 15.5 degrees Celsius in the twentieth century.

According to the American agency “Noah”, The Earth’s average temperature in 2000 was 15.92 degrees Celsius, 0.42 degrees higher than the twentieth-century average. By 2020, the average had risen to 16.48 degrees Celsius (0.98 degrees higher than the twentieth-century average).

Scientists have repeatedly warned that time is running out for us to correct the Earth’s environment, but as in previous years, this year, on the eve of “Coop 26”, the global political leadership and capitalists maintained their frivolous attitude. This has exacerbated the concern that perhaps a dangerous situation awaits us in the next few years.

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