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Syed SR Biplob | 04:08 pm, 2020-05-05
News Desk (Channel TT): According to a new study, if people can not cope with the adverse effects of climate change, by 2070, many parts of the world will become almost uninhabitable.
Researchers estimate that climate change could threaten the lives of 3.5 billion people. According to researchers, global warming could reach 52 to 59 degrees Fahrenheit if the rate of greenhouse gas emissions is not reduced rapidly. This temperature will be similar to the temperature in the Sahara Desert and will spread to 20 percent of the world.
Martin Schiffer, a researcher at the University of Wageningen in the Netherlands, said: "The vast expanse of the earth will heat up and it will no longer be cold. This warming will have serious negative effects. Even if new epidemics spread to different countries because of this warming, it will be difficult to control. The only way to avoid this is to reduce carbon emissions quickly. '
Several studies have shown that carbon emissions are increasing global warming and that if humans do not cope, global warming will continue to increase. Researchers estimate that over the next 50 years, some 200 million people will be living in the world's hottest regions. According to them, the extreme heat will make Brazil, the Middle East and India uninhabitable. In this case, although the poorer countries suffer more, the extreme heat will be felt in America, Australia and Europe as well.
Tim Lenton, a climate expert at the University of Exeter in the UK, said: "The good news is that if people are able to reduce global warming faster, the negative effects of climate change can be largely eliminated."
Source: Climet Info