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Humans are the Biggest Threat for Environmental Change

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The world’s most promising scientists’ group have released the latest inclusive research over climatic change ever that indicates severe irrevocable and detrimental effects for the whole environment.

After conducting the study, they came into the conclusion that inevitably, 95% of climatic change occurred due to release of green houses gases and unfavorable human activities. The report endorsed that environment and Ice Ocean is getting warmed and defrosting, the level of snow and ice has decreased and level of the sea has climbed.

This comprehensive evaluation shed light on the fact that the earth is moving swiftly to scorching climate year over year, alongside the top extreme scale of carbon emissions in the atmosphere within 800,000 years.

According to John P. Holdren, executive of making science and technology policy at White house office said, “The IPCC's new Synthesis Report is yet another wake-up call to the global community that we must act together swiftly and aggressively in order to stop climate change and avoid its worst impacts,"

Alden Meyer, member of concerned scientist group stated that, “"The scientists have done their job and then some." There are clear signs of risk and now the government should decide whether they will go for initiating the carbon emission reducing mission or conventionally running their government and facing climatic catastrophes.

The global leaders were on the same page to mitigate the level of temperature from 3.6 degrees F in relation with industrial revolution that took place in 1800s, when the global temperatures have scaled up to 1.4 degrees F.

This report will play a vital role during the summit which will be held at Paris on Climatic condition in upcoming year. In this summit, the global leaders will look forward to set a deal on carbon emissions for next decades.

This will certainly sketch a road map through which the legislatives will ultimately implement policies that will surmount the climatic change in an effective manner, said Rajendra Pachauri, Chief executive of the panel.


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  1. #1 junainah ahmad November 17, 2014, 7:29 am

    We should care the earth before late..

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