A landmark U.N scientific report says human activity is changing the climate in unprecedented and irreversible ways.
U.N secretary general and tony gutierrez turned the report a red code for humanity. The study warns of increasingly extreme heat waves droughts and flooding and a key temperature limit being broken in just over a decade.
It said the past five years have been the hottest on record since 1850 with the recent rate of sea level nearly tripled compared with 1900s. But the scientists say a catastrophe can be avoided if the world acts fast. They said there is hope that deep cuts and emissions of greenhouse gases could stabilize the rising temperatures. Gooder has said there is no time for delay and no room for excuses. But it’s hopeful that all stakeholders will ensure the success of cope26 climate summit.