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Catastrophic global warming: IPCC scientists predict a bleak future

Catastrophic global warming: IPCC scientists predict a bleak future

An exclusive survey conducted by the British guardian under Hundreds of leading climate scientists from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Reveals alarming predictions:

Nearly 80% of the 380 scientists surveyed expect the global average temperature to rise this century. At least 2.5°C compared to pre-industrial levels It will increase. Nearly half even expect one An increase of no less than 3 degrees Celsius.

And the: Only 6% believe that the internationally agreed maximum of 1.5°C can be achieved.

The scientists interviewed paint a dystopian future filled with famine, conflict, and mass migration caused by heatwaves, wildfires, floods, and storms of unprecedented intensity and frequency. Many face feelings of despair, anger and fear when governments fail to act, despite clear scientific evidence.

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“The future fills me with despair”

“I think so in the next five years Widespread social unrest “It will be imminent,” says Greta Bickel of the University of Tasmania. “One by one extreme events will overwhelm the authorities, and food production will be disrupted. The future fills me with despair.”

However, experts stress that the climate battle must continue, no matter how high temperatures rise. Avoiding every tenth of a degree can reduce human suffering.

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The latest scientific findings and assessments from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change serve as a benchmark for climate policy. The alarming results of this survey show that the most knowledgeable people on the planet are already anticipating devastating impacts from climate change in the coming decades.

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Urgent need for action

The climate crisis is already causing temperatures to rise Average 1.2 °C iThere has been significant damage in the past four years. Scientists stress that extensive preparations must be made to protect the population. The 1.5°C limit is an important target to prevent the worst impacts.