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Between 2008 and 2019, an average of 24 billion people was displaced worldwide due to the effects of climate change.
The World Economic Forum was held in Davos, Switzerland. For the first time in 15 years, climate change and environmental risk have been listed. It is worth noting here that the UCL Lancet Commission, the world’s oldest scientific research organization, warned ten years ago that “climate change will be the biggest threat of the 21st century.”
A 2018 World Bank report predicts that 143 billion climate refugees could be displaced from sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and Latin America by 2050 due to rising sea levels and expanding deserts. A report released jointly by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and NASA confirms that the last 10 years of the 140 years have been the hottest. The details of the Economic Federation report are as follows…
Glaciers in Antarctica are melting faster than usual over the past 40 years due to rising sea temperatures. Due to the change in the weather, the westerly winds blow more and more and the heat penetrates between the ice sheets. Thus, research suggests that glaciers melt faster. Ice is melting heavily on the continent of western Antarctica. Seawater levels rise as ice melts. Glaciers in western Antarctica are capable of raising sea level to 17.32 feet. The region currently loses 159 billion tons of glaciers each year.
China, India and Japan are the first, third and fifth largest emitters of carbon emissions, according to the Global Carbon project 2017. China, the world’s most populous country, is the only country in the world that emits a quarter of the world’s organic matter. Thus Asia is the most vulnerable continent due to climate change. Risks such as avalanches in the Himalayas, earthquakes in Indonesia, landslides, floods and droughts have occurred due to climate change. It is noteworthy that since 2017, South Asian regions have been affected by heavy rains and storms.
Water bodies in Africa have been affected by climate change. The daily life of the people has been affected by the melting of glaciers, the drying up of rivers, the drying up of water bodies and the change in rainfall over time. The economy suffers when water levels fall in Africa. The whole of Ghana depends on the Volta River for electricity. The whole of Mali depends on the Niger River for food, water and transportation. More than half of the people in Nigeria have never seen clean water in their lifetime.
Scientists say that in 2019 the heat waves on the continent of Europe will be 5 times higher than the average. Severe heat waves were reported last year in parts of Europe, including Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, and the Czech Republic. Temperatures in France alone reached 45.9 degrees Celsius.
A world-wide wildfire has been raging in Australia since September. By the time people recovered from the fire, hail and storms had hit various parts of Australia. Much wildlife such as koala bears and kangaroos have been killed in the fire. As if this were not enough, 10,000 camels have been shot because they drink too much water.
North America and Latin America
Glaciers in North America are melting four times faster than in the last 10 years. Alaskan glaciers have received much attention. Alaska is melting 6 times faster than it has in the last 150 years because it is the hottest part. Unlike the Asian and Antarctic continents, these glaciers are small, so although sea level rise is unlikely, waters are likely to dry up during periods of declining rainfall.