Global Warming Might Cross a Dangerous Threshold in 2036

March 24, 2014 / 1 Comment

Although reports in many of the credible dailies and journals suggest that Arctic sea ice has started to recover and the current pause in global warming is more than satisfying, but most of these things are misleading.

Why Global Warming Will Cross a Dangerous Threshold in 2036 Global Warming Might Cross a Dangerous Threshold in 2036

The fact still remains that Global Warming is still a huge concern and needs to be treated as urgency.

Surprisingly, most of these facts floating around come from the data that says that the rate at which the average surface temperature on earth is increasing has slowed down.

What many experts and scientists are now pointing out is the fact that the average surface temperature of earth has been increasing, but on a slower rate, and therefore there is no such ‘pause’ as such.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reported again on the forecasts after these questions popped up, because it is known to drive the climate policy around the world.

In general, the forecasts in September 2013 did lower the prediction regarding warming in future. Released periodically after seven years, IPCC is expected to look at current impacts of warming and future impacts in its upcoming reports.

Whatever the case is, the current rate at which fossil fuels are burning around the world, most experts suggest that damage to environment is most likely to enter in its worst phrase by 2036.

While the immediate pause in the increase in warming can help the world have a few more years in hand, the extensive damage is not very far. Many experts already suggest that the irreparable harm to the planet can be averted, but the steps are more immediate.

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