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130 million people in the world starve, 40 million at risk of heatwave

Warning warning in leaked UN draft report

Rising temperature threatens major natural disasters in 30 years, young generation affected

Proper implementation of the Paris Agreement will reduce the temperature, but will not reduce the risk.

Heatwave will increase, drought threatens, agriculture most likely to be affected: Report

United Nations: A leaked draft report of the United Nations has issued a stern warning about climate change. The report shows that the world may face many serious threats in the coming years. Be prepared to face drought, famine and extreme heat in the next 30 years.

The report of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was due to be released next year, although the report had already been leaked to the media, leading to the revelation. The draft report said that a 1.5 degree Celsius rise in temperature could pose a very serious threat in the coming years and could have unintended consequences.

According to the report, the dangerous consequences of excess temperature will start appearing before 2050. As a result, 130 million people worldwide could face starvation. While 420 million people will face extremely dangerous heatwaves.

Climate change can have devastating effects on the future of children and adolescents. The effect can be seen even if humans control the Earth’s temperature by controlling greenhouse gas emissions.

The 4,000-page draft report will be revised next month. The report also appealed to the countries of the world to unite to stop this menace. Temperatures can be controlled to a large extent even if climate change treaties, especially at the international level, are properly implemented.

The Paris Agreement, which seeks to reduce carbon emissions, aims to reduce global temperatures by two degrees Celsius. temperature 1.5 C. The impact of climate change can be mitigated if it is limited. Rising temperatures may have the biggest impact on agriculture.

Apart from this, developed countries will have to help developing countries and poor countries will have to take necessary steps to reduce the temperature. In countries where the proportion of industries is high, more necessary steps should be taken.

Science has to be used to cut global emissions. The Paris Agreement was signed in 2015 at the United Nations Annual Climate Conference. Properly covered, it will withstand quite a few adverse conditions.

In particular, the main goal of the treaty would be to reduce the temperature. Rising temperatures are melting snow and many coastal areas are at risk of rising water levels. At the same time, in areas where there is more drought, the situation may worsen due to rising temperatures. Large hazards such as heatwaves exist in such countries and regions.

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