In the journal BioScience, published by Oxford University Press, 11,000 scientists published a paper warning of the emergency of climate change. Scientists warn that the crisis from climate change is accelerating more than expected, worse than expected, and threatening ecosystems and the fate of humanity.
The paper was released the day after President Trump’s notification, which led 188 countries around the world to unite and depart the United States from the Paris Agreement to tackle climate change. The content written by scientists from 153 countries provides a meaningful indicator of the impact of climate change as it is known today, and provides an overview of how to deal with it in six areas.
The paper points out that society as a whole has taken little action to prevent disasters caused by climate change. It is also pointed out that the environment in which mass cars are driven by burning fossil fuels is also causing serious damage, and that despite scientific agreements, no global response has changed. They warned that greenhouse gases continue to be released into the atmosphere and, if not touched, will destroy humanity.
Of course, not everyone has only bad stories. University of Sydney researcher Thomas Newsome, who signed the paper, said in a press release that the situation wasn’t completely desperate and that action could be taken to cope with the emergency. It is possible to replace energy from fossil fuels with renewable energy, reduce the use of freon gas, which promotes warming, restore forests, consume a lot of plant-based foods, and reduce the world’s population surge. Of course, this has also been known until now.
Scientists say humanity should do this at a faster rate than ever. The climate crisis is closely related to the excessive consumption of rich lifestyles. He points out that the richest countries have historically had the highest per capita emissions of greenhouse gases.
The paper outlines the goals and outlines of climate change deterrence, but it is up to politicians and business decision makers in each country to act accordingly. Related information can be found here .