Defining the climate crisis, its causes and how to avoid it

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Defining the climate crisis, its causes and how to avoid itClimate crisis is a term describing the state of global warming and climate change and its consequences. ...the term is used by those who "believe that it raises the gravity of threats to the planet from persistent greenhouse gas emissions, and can help stimulate the kind of political will power long absent from advocating climate issues from the climate crisis: rising temperatures: It fuels the direct cause of environmental degradation, natural disasters, extreme weather, food and water insecurity, economic disruption, conflict and terrorism, and its consequences include rising sea levels, melting Arctic ice, dying coral reefs, ocean acidification, and forest fires. The year 2021 is pivotal for climate action commitments, with a major round of negotiations scheduled for the United Nations Climate Summit in November in Glasgow, UK.

The United Nations Development Program published the results of the “People’s Vote for Climate” today, Wednesday, and explained that 64% of people in 50 countries that contain more than half the world’s population believe that climate change is a global emergency despite the ongoing pandemic.....my opinion We can avoid the climate crisis if we stick to the things that help avoid and solve the climate crisis, such as: planting more trees, converting carbon dioxide into rocks and others... Question for everyone: Will the human race end because of climate change?

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  • tom Tom @ Topical Talk
    10 Sep 2021

    It's a sobering but pressing question steadfast_woodpecker. What do you think needs to be done to make leaders at COP26 speed up their actions?

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  • British Council.jpg extraordinary_chicken | Joypurhat Girls' Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Sep 2021

    Factcheck.org judges that climate change fails to pose an established 'existential risk', stating: "Scientists agree climate change does pose a threat to humans and ecosystems, but they do not envision that climate change will obliterate all people from the planet."

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  • British Council.jpg sensitive_assumption | Futures Hurghada Language School | Egypt
    16 Sep 2021

    The impacts of climate change are here with soaring temperatures, stronger hurricanes, intensified floods and a longer and more severe wildfire season. Scientists warn that ignoring climate change will yield "untold suffering" for humanity.Scientists predict a range of devastating scenarios if climate change is not kept under control, but if we just consider the direct impacts, then there's some good news; it's unlikely to cause our extinction. 

    "There is no evidence of climate change scenarios that would render human beings extinct," However, it's possible that climate change will still threaten the lives of hundreds of millions of people, such as by leading to food and water scarcity, which has the potential to trigger a societal collapse and set the stage for global conflict,

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