Climate Change so Far


Maïka Genest

          Scientists and politicians say we are facing a planetary crisis because of climate change.

          “Climate change is real. It is happening right now, it is the most urgent threat facing our entire species and we need to work collectively together and stop procrastinating.”

          China and the United States, the largest producers of greenhouse gases in the world, made a commitment that nearly 200 national delegations can harden.

          There is an expected project for clime change which consists of helping poor countries which are vulnerable to floods, droughts and rising water levels linked to global warming.

          The temperature is the average weather in a place over many years. 

          Without control, humans and nature will climate catastrophic warming, with worsening droughts, greater sea level rise and mass extinction of species.

Using advanced clime and agricultural models from Nasa, scientists discovered a change in yield due to an increase in temperature, change in precipitation, and a high concentration of surface carbon dioxide (CO2) coming from the emission of greenhouse gases of human origin.

When coal or ore burns greenhouse gases are released, in particular carbon dioxide (CO2). These gases trap the heat of the sun which raises the humidity of the planet. There is also petroleum when it is used for means of transport, for example, planes, boats, cars, and trains.

In 2100, the Earth’s atmosphere will have greenhouse gas emission scenarios.

We have many problems, for example, deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon, phosphate pollution, air contamination from factories, etc.

          People think that we have a planet B but we don’t have a planet B.

          We have a solution to this problem, it’s COP26.

           “One thing leads to the other. Deforestation leads to climate change, which leads to ecosystem losses, which negatively impacts our livelihoods – it’s a vicious cycle.”

          In 2030, world leaders promise to end deforestation. COP26 is the last chance to save a planet from the many problems of conditions change.