The latest UN report on climate notes with great sobriety what some already felt, but few wanted to know. The blame for the rapid climate change with catastrophic effects is clearly the man. Most of the aid measures, however, are in a contradiction diametrically opposed to the political and economic interests. The desire for profit and profit by multinationals makes the further destruction of huge areas of tropical forests at a rate comparable to that of a surface of a football pitch once every two seconds. the use of fossil fuels, along with intensive farming, has produced the carbon dioxide content in air is the highest since at least 650,000 years.
The researchers forecast weather for the next 90 years outlined a doomsday scenario. Because of the polar ice caps that are melting very quickly provides a potential sea level rise of half a meter height. Some scientists are even talking about an increase of more than a meter. In addition, temperatures could rise by more than six degrees Celsius. Crop losses, disasters caused by drought, species extinction and tropical diseases are some of the foreseeable consequences. a The weather was certainly the most important issue or one of the most important of the past 2007.
A brief review enlighten us: The year began with the warmest January of all time. In early February the report was published, and scientists say the sea level would rise half a meter. The annual temperature rose by more than 6.5 degrees Celsius.