UN specified in a remarkable report that the entire society and civilization will have to go through an essential transformation, as well as the global economy that is “revolutionary in scale”. The report is a warning to preclude the devastation of nature.

The surface of the earth became warmed up to one degree Celsius which is a crucial threatening of lifting the water level of the oceans and deadly storms, devastating floods and lack of rain and most dangerously 3C to 4C rise track which is unlivable for creatures.

(IPPC) the Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change reported with “high confidence”  that the recent levels of greenhouse gas emission would reach 1.5C marker as earlier as 2030.

According to the news agency AFP, the head of the Environmental Planning and Climate Protection department  told, in South Africa at Durban, “ The next few years are probably the most important”

A recap of 400 pages epitome for the global environmental officials defines how rapidly the global warming can outstrip the entire civilization and the what should be the suggested options for preventing the worst and ruinous climate all over the world.

The IPCC report interprets that the impacts of global warming will hit harder than the prediction.

News Agency AFP told to Jenifer Morgan, the Executive Director of Greenpeace International, “ Things that scientists have been saying would happen further in the future are happening now.”

Amjad Abdulla, the chief negotiator at UN climate told, “ We have only the slimmest of opportunities remaining to avoid unthinkable damage to the climate system that supports life as you know it.”

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