2050 global climate will be like? Researchers latest research shows that when the runaway global climate change, significant change, and people feel nervous.
The researchers noted that greenhouse gas emissions continued to increase, expected end of this century the average global greenhouse will rise by 4 degrees Celsius, which will be accompanied by some bad weather phenomena, such as: storms, droughts and floods.
According to foreign media reports, in 2050 the global climate will be like? Researchers latest research shows that when the runaway global climate change, significant change, and people feel nervous.
World Meteorological Organization (WMO) latest analog video image shows how the impact of future global warming climate change, weather forecast describe this simulation, the next 30 years the world will appear droughts, floods, heat waves and other extreme weather phenomena.
The researchers pointed out that if greenhouse gas emissions continued to increase, the temperature of the Earth’s atmosphere is expected of the 21st century will rise by 4 degrees Celsius. To demonstrate the impact of future climate suffered by mankind on the planet, the World Meteorological Organization to invite the TV weather presenter predicted weather conditions in 2050.
1 September 2050 the latest weather forecast video “titles”, then the other part of the video will be held this month on the official website of the World Meteorological Organization released in stages. This video stressed that although climate change involves a global scale, but the impact will be composed of local scope.
The 2050 weather forecast research project aims to highlight the worsening global climate before the September 23 UN climate summit, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon hopes to persuade the person in charge of global government, finance, business and civil society capable of positive action, co-governance of global climate change.
I hope the introduction of the World Meteorological Organization a far-reaching legal agreements, and from 2015 began to real reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.