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"COVID is a warning, worse things will happen in the future"-The alert was issued before the biggest climate report since 2013

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Wednesday, 28th July 2021

Before the release of the largest climate report in nearly a decade, a leading UN environmental figure stated that the COVID19 pandemic was a “warning from the planet. Unless we change our approach, what is waiting for us will be worse”.


United Nations Deputy Secretary-General and Deputy Executive Director Joyce Msuya (Joyce Msuya) said: “Although the climate crisis and the loss of biodiversity and pollution have been going on for decades, the COVID19 pandemic highlights these three issues. Heavy planetary crisis.” The head of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) said today.


"The pandemic is a warning from the earth. Unless we change our habits, what is waiting for us will be worse."


Also Read: History and Significance of World Nature Conservation Day.


Ms. Msuya made a speech, marking the most comprehensive assessment of global warming since 2013. Finish.


The first working group of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) compiled its latest updates on the science behind climate change, assessing the impact of global warming and warning of future threats. Researchers will now discuss their findings with representatives of 195 governments in the next two weeks, and then release a report on August 9.


The series of environmental disasters related to climate change experienced around the world, from floods in Europe to famine in Madagascar, clearly reflects the need for such comprehensive research. Parts of the United States and Brazil suffered record high temperatures and droughts, and Siberia was burned.


Will lay the foundation for the crucial COP26, and the key climate negotiations will be held in Glasgow in three months. The goal of the talks is to get governments to agree on how to limit emissions and ideally limit global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.


Ms. Msuya added: “After years of commitment but not taking enough action, this is a warning that we must overcome this crisis that threatens our collective future.


"As I said, it is clear that extreme weather is the new normal. From Germany to China, Canada, or the United States, wildfires, floods, extreme heatwaves. This is a growing list of tragedies.


"As the countries invest Unprecedented quantitative resources are being used to jump-start the global economy because we are all calling for this recovery to be green and we need the IPCC more than ever. Hot topics in the report may be the impact of humans on climate, the feedback loop, and the impact of climate.


Over the past three decades, the IPCC, the United Nations climate science agency, has provided politicians with information on the global climate. evaluations and issued a series of reports, every seven years, and a special interim report. 4,444 IPCC reports have historically supported global climate action and influenced decisions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


Its 2013 assessment has been that humans have been the “main cause” of global warming since the 1950s, laying the foundation for the landmark climate agreement called the “Paris Agreement” in 2015.


In 2018, the IPCC issued a special report on how to keep the climate warming. The global temperature rose below 1.5C, which changed the public's discussion of climate.


The global atmosphere is already 1.2°C higher than the pre-industrial average temperature.

The other two reports in this evaluation cycle are expected to be released next year.


The second working group is scheduled to be held in February and will calculate the vulnerability of mankind and nature to the climate crisis and its subsequent adaptation. The third working group will follow up in March and will evaluate ways to achieve global temperature targets, including options for renewable energy or carbon capture and storage.


The News Talkie Bureau


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