“Only one thing is certain, your actions, inactions and interactions are now being recorded.”
Scientists all across the globe agree the world is on track to experience the worst of climate change if planet-warming carbon emissions aren’t urgently slashed.
In late October, a report published by the United Nations (UN) warned the planet will hit 2.7C of global warming by 2100, far exceeding internationally agreed-upon targets.
The most optimistic scenario for ensuring humanity’s safe future is limiting global warming to 1.5C of pre-industrial levels.
However, many scientists fear the likelihood of hitting target appears to be slipping further and further away with each passing day.
World’s first ‘eco-sustainable’ village made with revolutionary tech [LATEST]
Brexit Britain’s ambitious ‘hydrogen-led economy’ can lead EU [REPORT]
London horror flood warning- capital could be underwater in YEARS [INSIGHT]