Scientists: The Irreversible Effects Of Climate Change Are About To Begin
The fight against climate change is becoming more and more important. Scientists continue to warn that we are heading towards a series of irreversible climatic events.
Climate scientists continue to warn about the climate crisis. Experts continue to warn that we are passing through climate “tipping points eri whose impact on the environment is irreversible.
In an article published on Nature on November 27, scientists announced that they were beginning to observe some changes that would increase the temperature of the Earth by 5 degrees. The most important change point in the warning of scientists is the greenhouse gas effect.
Ten years ago, we identified potential tipping points in the Earth system, iklim said Tim Lenton, a climate scientist at the University of Exeter, who issued a press release on the tipping points of climate change. Now we see evidence that more than half of them are active..
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) identified some tipping points. In the IPCC, the loss of West Antarctic ice sheet, Great Barrier Reef coral, and Amazon rainforest was identified as global tipping points.
Scientists now believe that these tipping point events can occur much faster than previously believed and trigger a series of complex other events. For example, losing the Arctic ice layer accelerates the transport of heat and salt to the oceans, increasing the risk of slowing circulation in the Atlantic Ocean. If circulation in the Atlantic slows down, the Amazons are also affected. Now scientists think that part of this process has already begun.
Climate scientists agree that it is difficult to fully understand the interplay between Earth’s systems affected by climate change. Nevertheless, all researchers continue to follow the evidence for 3 degree warming.
Experts stress that the climate is unstable, resulting from minor changes in Earth’s orbit. But for a long time, people have been pushing the climate strongly. This forced climate leads to a situation that has not been seen for millions of years.