Scientists: the Earth has begun to “warn” of an impending catastrophe

Scientists: the Earth has begun to "warn" of an impending catastrophe

At the very beginning of 2020, everyone was shocked by the terrible, flattering fires that occurred in Australia. But it’s the end of the year and the situation hasn’t changed much.

Storms are constantly being recorded over the Atlantic, California is ablaze, Africa is in a terrible drought, and Asia has begun to sink.

Each of the continents is under attack from both “above” and from the oceans.

Some time ago, scientists said that the sea level is rising too much to meet the worst predictions. Over the past few decades, it has risen by almost 2 cm as a result of global warming. Of course, such a figure may seem quite insignificant, but because of each rise in sea level by 1 cm, about a million people have to migrate.

Adam Smith said that the reason for all the terrible climate events that are happening in 2020 is that it is warming too fast.

Inger Andersen added that in this way the Earth is sending us “warnings” that soon there may be a real catastrophe that will affect the whole of humanity.

Some time ago, the UN reported that despite the shutdown of many businesses due to the coronavirus pandemic, emissions continue to increase, affecting the climate.