Global Warming : A phenomena with global Implication
Multiple scientific studies have shown that the global temperature is rising and is expected to rise further.
Multiple scientific studies have shown that the global temperature is rising and is expected to rise further. Global warming can only be observed through mapping land and water ratio.
A 0.5-degree rise in the global temperature might be taken as lightly as the figure seems to be low, but the consequence of the same will lead 5 million people to either displace from their present place or need to devise ways to create a home in the flooded areas.
The Paris Agreement is under United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) and it aims at reducing the global temperature rise, increasing the adaptability to the climate change and consistent financial flow for development regarding low greenhouse gas emission and climate-resilient development.
“People think the Paris Agreement is going to save us from harm from climate change, but we show that even under the best-case climate policy being considered today, many places will still have to deal with rising seas and more frequent coastal floods,” as quoted by author DJ Rasmussen.
The prediction done by the researchers says that the costliest impacts of climate change may be the coastal flooding in some regions.
A 1.5-degree rise in the temperature would mean 48 cm (1.6 cm) feet mean sea level rise and a 2.9-degree increase to about 56 cm (1.8 feet) by the end of the century.
The emission norms around the world are becoming stringent and stringent and governments are taxing the carbon emission in many regions of the world.
China is the highest emitter of Carbon dioxide gas (CO2). China and other countries are rigorously finding the alternative path to energy generation and pushing renewable energy harder to reduce the emissions of unwanted gases.
The countries are trying to make their policies environmental friendly by helping the renewable source of energy grow.
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