'Code red for humanity': Human-caused climate change is 'unequivocal' new report says. The report by the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released Monday said many of the changes seen in the world's climate are unprecedented, and some of the changes already set in motion - such as continued sea-level rise - are irreversible over hundreds to thousands of years. Wild weather events - from storms to heat waves - are also expected to worsen and become more frequent. Source 5g.
Over 120 scientific experts’ global ocean report shows unprecedented climate change impact, as Arctic registers record low ice levels. Arctic ice levels logged in the last two years have reached record lows, whilst per decade have -- on average since 1979 to 2020 -- dropped by nearly 13%, a new vast report on the ocean worldwide shows. Source 2p.
Climate change will triple impacts to world’s 'life zones' unless emission rates are dramatically reduced. A new study that modeled changes in the world's 45 different 'life zones' from climate change revealed that climate impacts may soon triple over these areas if the earth continues 'business-as-usual' emissions. Source 6t.