All Of Us Are Dying In 31 Years, And This Climate Change Study Proves It

While the plot of ‘2019’ didn’t unfold into a real life story. We’ve got ‘2050’. The world might stay put, humans will perish. Read through. 

Climate change is now reaching the end-game, where very soon, humanity must choose between taking unprecedented action, or accepting that it has been left too late and bear the consequences.

We’ve got just another 31 years before 90% of mankind is annihilated by climate change, says Australia’s Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration. You might think ‘reports may come and reports may go’, know that the cause of alarm is genuine and guileless. According to the study, climate change is not something that can be tackled with slow advances. The study has also taken to question the Paris Agreement that claims to cap global temperature rise to 3-5°C. “…3°C of warming already constitutes an existential risk,” says the study.

Coasts are increasingly facing global threats from climate change. 3°C rise in temperatures means 0.5m rise in sea levels. “If climate change was to reach 3°C, most of Bangladesh and Florida would drown, while major coastal cities – Shanghai, Lagos, Mumbai – would be swamped, likely creating large flows of climate refugees,” says the study.

The scenario analysis written by a former fossil fuel executive is backed by a former Australian defense chief and senior royal navy commander. “Even for 2°C of warming, more than a billion people may need to be relocated and in high-end scenarios, the scale of destruction is beyond our capacity to model with a high likelihood of human civilization coming to an end,” the report notes. A 4°C rise could annihilate up to 80-90% of the global human population. The results would be devastating.

If nothing is done by 2050 up to 1 billion people currently residing in West Africa and the Middle East will have to relocate because the climate conditions there will make these places unlivable.


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