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Red Alert for Humanity – the Latest UN Report on Climate Change

In one part of the world we are witnessing the melting of glaciers, in another due to the huge carbon pollution terrible fires are raging in which human lives are being extinguished.

The climate of the globe is changing rapidly and at an increasingly intense pace, warn the authors of the latest UN report on global warming.

The report concludes – man destroyed the planet and it now looks unrecognizable compared to 500 years ago.

The planet is warming so fast that in a decade the level that world leaders have tried to prevent by signing the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement will be exceeded. The current situation is entitled “red alarm for humanity”. Unless there is a quick and decisive reaction to prevent the spread of harmful emissions that create the greenhouse effect, the Earth’s temperature will rise by 1.5 degrees Celsius.

And sea levels will rise by about two meters by the end of this century.

But the bottom line is that unless there is an immediate, rapid and large reduction in the greenhouse effect, heating can be limited to 1.5 degrees Celsius or. The report shows that in the next 20 years, the global average temperature is expected to reach or exceed 1.5 degrees Celsius compared to the pre-industrial level, explains Ko Barrett, from the US National Atmospheric Administration.

We have known for decades that the world is warming, but this UN report shows that rapid climate change, unprecedented in the last thousand years, and the past four decades are the warmest in human history since the pre-industrial era.

The human impact on extreme climate change, which is becoming more frequent and serious and which causes heat waves, heavy rainfall and droughts, is emphasized.

We are moving to hell, the fires will not stop, say scientists from Turkey.

Unfortunately it will be much worse. This is just the beginning of the end. I think the road from here leads to hell. For Turkey and for this region, I mean the southern part of the Apes and the whole North African part of the Mediterranean will constantly have these forest fires.

So I think this is just the beginning. It will be much worse, says Levent Kurnaz, University of Climate Change, Turkey.

More than 100 countries have pledged zero emissions by the middle of this century, which will be a key part of climate negotiations in Scotland this autumn. The UN report says those commitments are necessary and urgent.

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