New Assessment On Human Influence On Climate Change; Adaptation Urged

20 Nov 2019 by Staff - Water Diplomat
OXFORD, United Kingdom

Climate change is predicted to greatly affect marine, freshwater, and terrestrial life, from plankton and corals to fishes and forests. Using over 40 years of data and a number of different measures, new research shows that little governmental action has been taken to address the crisis. The research has been endorsed by the Alliance of World Scientists, an international group of 11,253 scientists who “stand ready to assist decision-makers in a just transition to a sustainable and equitable future”.The research, reviewed in Bioscience, moves on from measuring global temperatures, also looking at human influence on Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and impacts on climate, environment, and society...

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