Australia: Thousands of scientists around the world have added their voices in a research paper saying that the key indicators of planet Earth’s health are rapidly declining and a ‘climate emergency’ has been declared immediately. need to.
“We are in the throes of all the vital sciences associated with the planet’s natural systems and some have reached the point of extinction, including the extraordinary melting of the icy sheets of Antarctica and Greenland, the destruction of coral reefs, the Amazon and Australia. That includes the horrific wildfires in the United States, and we are seeing the pulse of the earth sinking, ”the scientists said in their report.
Earlier in 2019, more than 11,000 scientists called for a climate emergency on the planet Earth in a journal called Bioscience. But after some more additions to the report, it has now been republished and has been confirmed by 14,000 scientists.
According to Thomas Newsom, an environmentalist at the University of Sydney, the last two years have seen horrific fires, while the amount of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide has set new records.
A further 2,800 scientists have joined the race, and 1990 laws have been passed in 34 countries around the world dealing with climate emergencies. But fortunately, many countries have agreed or come close to three points: first, heavy taxes on carbon dioxide emissions, a phased ban on fossil fuels (oil, gas and coal), and biodiversity hotspots (e.g. Amazon) protection included. But unfortunately, experts have been demanding it since 1960.
Experts say that human activities have wreaked havoc on our planet and now we have run out of time. Humans are rapidly destroying the planet’s resources and natural systems.
Experts have included a total of 31 vital signs in their research, including factors such as the health of the oceans, melting ice deposits, grain and the number of livestock that are under stress. But the report also said that there is some good news, including new wind power projects from 2018 to now, which have now risen to 57%, while investing in fossil fuels over the same period. Similarly, it has decreased.