Global Climate Will Cause Abrupt World Changes

global climateIf nations ignore the imminent problem of the increasing global climate, it will cause the world to endure abrupt changes that one single country is not prepared to handle. Food and water supplies will be interrupted, the economy will diminish, millions of people will be displaced and civil unrest and violence will be triggered. The changing climate is causing permanent damage to ecosystems across the world, such as the loosening melt of Greenland, parching of the Amazon rainforest and melting of the Himalayan ice. Climate observations from around the world could prove to the naysayers that global warming is more than just a scientific theory. Many people of industrialized nations have a flat-earth view of the global climate change situation, which they think is an overreaction of tree huggers claiming the earth is warming up due to human abuse of the planet.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) composed a 29-page draft that summarizes various ways to prepare for increasing temperatures, scorching heatwaves, floods and heightened sea levels. The 29-page draft evaluates food and water shortages, extinction of animal and plant life and projects crop yield to remain the same or decline in range of up to two percent a year. More than a 100 governments and scientists will convene in Japan on March 25-29 to modify and approve the report. It will direct policies for the upcoming 2015 UN summit that is taking place in Paris, to circumvent greenhouse gas emissions. Almost 200 governments have agreed to reduce emissions from burning fossil fuels. The report outlines options for more efficient planning for catastrophes; like floods, hurricanes, efforts to cultivate drought and/or flood resistant crops and implementing practices conducive to water and energy conservation.

Another report released by several U.S. organizations, including the Environmental Defense Fund, is arguing that it is hard to measure world abrupt changes caused by global climate change. The changes of nature can be determined more easily than economic impact. Computer models give a more accurate view at rising sea levels and temperature predictions than the effects of drought and floods. The loss of biodiversity is hard to calculate and famine, social chaos community displacement are caused by other factors rather than just climate change alone.

A lead scientist of the IPCC report has commented that global climate change is shifting from environmental research to real-world observations of extreme climate events and added the climate is much different from thirty or forty years ago. Such as the drought in California, which is experiencing one its driest winters ever.

The most at-risk area of the world are the coastal regions of Asia, especially those living in the cities. Experts claimed they could endure the worst effects of global warming than any other part of the world. Millions of homes can be destroyed by flood and rising sea levels and famine could wipe out a large portion of the population. Climate change in coastal Asian urban centers will break down economic and social infrastructure prompting for extreme poverty and sociopolitical conflict. The causes of the global climate are already destroying the planet, however government, businesses and individuals can slow down the process of climate warming to prevent abrupt world changes.

By Isriya Kendrick

Sources:

CBC News

Sydney Morning Herald

New Zealand Herald

37 Responses to "Global Climate Will Cause Abrupt World Changes"

  1. jammal   December 28, 2014 at 9:51 am

    Leslie Graham:
    Works and makes a living by promoting the falsehoods of climate change and just Google him and you will see how these kind of mind forming for money humans work!…disgusting!

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  2. stefanthedenier   March 24, 2014 at 10:29 pm

    ”If nations ignore the imminent problem of the increasing global climate”

    ”global climate” increasing?… they are even ashamed to call it ”global warming – instead, global climate… WOW. When did ever global climate stopped changing? the Warmist are getting more and more desperate.. climate keeps changing – but not a hint of the phony GLOBAL warming: http://globalwarmingdenier.wordpress.com/climate/

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  3. Down to Earth   March 23, 2014 at 9:02 pm

    What should the average temperature of the Earth be ?
    What should the average amount of CO2 ppm in the atmosphere be ?
    Why haven’t the alarmist’s models predicted the current 17 year pause in temperature rise ?
    Why were alarmists predicting global cooling 40 years ago ?
    Why has the UN-IPCC backed way off of its previous global warming stance.
    Why are lawmakers attacking the EPA’s authority, and the EPA has no data-facts to validate it’s position ?

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  4. uncommon sense   March 23, 2014 at 8:46 pm

    So if humans are responsible for global warming, what were humans doing to thaw out the last iceage???

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    • Leslie Graham   March 24, 2014 at 12:16 am

      The last ice age thawed out due to the Milankovitch Cycle. Like all the ice ages.
      If you don’t know basic schoolboy climate science you really shouldn’t be commenting on a climate thread.
      Making comments at this levelof ignorance just makes you look stupid.

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  5. John Doe   March 23, 2014 at 8:30 pm

    Oh please! Global Climate for God’s sake. So where is the scientific proof? No proof, so it’s just the typical emotional liberal response to everything. Those who belief in nothing will believe in anything.

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    • Leslie Graham   March 24, 2014 at 12:17 am

      There is mountains of proof – you just don’t want to read it.

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  6. Jetjock   March 23, 2014 at 8:20 pm

    There is one solution and one solution only to climate change/global warming…RAISE TAXES!!! Get a clue folks or should I say clueless folks. By the way, a million years ago, Greenland was actually green… Imagine that.

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  7. IDO NOTBELIEVEIT   March 23, 2014 at 8:12 pm

    Not one mention of Geoengineering, wow. Educate yourselves, google it, it is happening every single day. We are lab rats in a giant experiment, only problem is I never agreed to it.

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  8. dejen3303   March 23, 2014 at 8:00 pm

    So now it’s just “Global Climate.” Something that’s been around for millions of years.

    Meh

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  9. Have a Cig   March 23, 2014 at 7:31 pm

    Dunderheaded deniers would make great tobacco company executives.

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  10. Zela Zinthia   March 23, 2014 at 7:30 pm

    There are things known to man before the facts present themselves. 1984, a book written about a dystopian future was science fiction when it came out and now we are seeing that it’s predictions are becoming all too real. The problem is, for some, is that it was not exact and so they will attempt to dismiss it as coincidence and such. So too with global warming. Many books and movies have been giving us a possible glimpse into our future and almost none paint a rosy picture; why is that. And why so many Zombie movies? Are these metaphors for the state of the world in some near future time when we will appear like them in the face of worldwide disasters created by man and nature…time will certainly tell.

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  11. Dave   March 23, 2014 at 7:26 pm

    I am not a climatologist and neither are you. We have two yes-or-no questions with four possibilities. Either climate change is real or it’s not. Either we try to do something about it or we don’t. Suppose climate change is not real and we do nothing. Nothing gained, nothing lost. Suppose climate change is not real and we try to ‘fix it.’ Worst case, we clean up the atmosphere and save some otherwise doomed species. We might even learn something. On the other hand, suppose climate change is real and we try to fix it. Might work and it might not–at least we went out fighting. And finally, suppose climate change is real and we do nothing.

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  12. Don   March 23, 2014 at 7:19 pm

    Read (link below) all about how the “fearsome drought” plaguing California PALES in comparison to far worse conditions…PRIOR to mankinds having any effect. Plus, keep in mind Ca has WAY more people using scarce resources now than back when it was barren land with a few native American tribes. http://www.mercurynews.com/science/ci_24993601/california-drought-past-dry-periods-have-lasted-more

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  13. lab seven   March 23, 2014 at 7:07 pm

    You better carbon tax me very very much becuase I just let a really big one 🙂 Wheee ! I better evacuate the room…

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  14. mt-dillon   March 23, 2014 at 7:05 pm

    We’re nothing more than a colony of mold living on a plate in the fridge. Sooner or later, something is doing to chuck us in the disposal and it will start all over again. Do the best you can with what you’ve got… with the time you have left.

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  15. Jack Williams   March 23, 2014 at 6:51 pm

    The paid liars here could go to the site below and disabuse themselves of their madness. We only have one planet, fools.

    http://www.skepticalscience.com

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  16. lab seven   March 23, 2014 at 6:44 pm

    It’s too bad these “progressives” control most of the press. I think they got control of the press because journalism was a blow off major in college. In other words the stupid’s rule now! The problem is there probably will be no slowing them down until Putin (Hitler incarnate) hits US with a volley of nukes. We have greatly depleted our strength fooling around with economy crashing programs like free health care and climate change. In the meantime Putin has been fueling his war machine with natural gas to Europe. It really is true “those whom do not learn from the past are destined to relive it”. Big difference is this time it is with nukes

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  17. bd   March 23, 2014 at 6:43 pm

    to all the skeptics, think about this. We have burned nearly all the readily available fossil fuel on this earth (to keep it simple) in the time span of say 100 years? How many ancient rainforests does that represent? It takes millions of years for this vegetation to decompose, be covered by sediment and finally be distilled by nature into what we call oil. How many rainforest life cycles does this oil represent? In other words how many Amazon rainforest have to die and decompose to fuel our engergy needs in the last century? Suppose that cycle is 500 years or even 1000? Ill make a bet, its at least several thousand rainforests we have consumed, and sent the resulting carbon into our environment in the course of a hundred years, that is not a natural occurrence. You would have to burn the planet several times over for millennia to accomlish this. So skeptics please come back and make a better argument.

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  18. Chuck   March 23, 2014 at 6:42 pm

    I am at a total loss when trying to estimate the level of ignorance displayed by climate change deniers. We have spewed billions of tons of carbon that was once sequestered in the earth into the atmosphere. This will obviously have some effect. We’re al ready seeing its effects. Have fun, climate change deniers! Your own children will hate you for what we’re leaving them.

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  19. Ron Moodyh   March 23, 2014 at 6:42 pm

    Yes, follow the money trail and see who’s wanting to have power and dominion over what they believe to be ‘weak minded’ poor individuals who cannot help themselves.

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  20. Olle Gladso   March 23, 2014 at 6:22 pm

    Global warming is real and the idiots are out of the woodwork.

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  21. Brian   March 23, 2014 at 6:18 pm

    What a poorly written, factually clueless piece of chicken little hysteria.

    “…increasing global climate” ???? Shame on you, Isriya Kendrick, for putting out such drivel.

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  22. dan gramza   March 23, 2014 at 6:13 pm

    And after all that calamity things will return to normal. Good luck. You are responsible for you. Not me.

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  23. Billy Solentzki   March 23, 2014 at 6:12 pm

    Me and the tree I pee on every morning are equals when it comes to effecting climate change. Neither of us have anymore influence on it than the other. Come on.

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  24. Berwick Babin   March 23, 2014 at 6:11 pm

    So Isriya Kendrick sources an article from CBC News, Sydney Morning Herald and the
    New Zealand Herald? Great for a high school essay paper. Now where are the hard facts, observable predictions and reference to specific “scientists.” Do you know the word hyperbole?

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  25. G.E. humphrey   March 23, 2014 at 6:07 pm

    I am a mechanic and have been monitoring ground level CO2 for 40 years and it has not changed (2-3 %). If CO2 levels are rising in the upper atmosphere, being a heavy gas, heavier than H2O,or O2. Why hasn’t any one said any thing about airplanes? This is the only logical way large amounts of CO2 could get this high in any significant amount.

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  26. Observer   March 23, 2014 at 6:06 pm

    In the 1st sentence: “…in the increasing global climate,”. Our climate is increasing? Please explain how climate increases!

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  27. Tony Helmbolt   March 23, 2014 at 5:55 pm

    You all are part of the problem. Hopefully wiser minds will make the right decision and work to reverse some of the catastrophic changes we could see in the future.

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  28. K. Martin Gardner (@KMartinGardner)   March 23, 2014 at 5:48 pm

    Enjoy the ride… it’s almost over.

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  29. X on Earth (@XonEarth)   March 23, 2014 at 5:45 pm

    You mean man made Global warming causing total ecological collapse. “Climate change” is a propaganda phrase and it is grossly insufficient as a description.

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  30. Wayne Jorgensen   March 23, 2014 at 5:44 pm

    I believe Climate Change is part of the natural occurrence of earth. It’s been happening for millions of years. Are humans accelerating the process? That’s very possible. I think it’s very naive when people talk about “saving the earth”. The earth is going top be fine. It was here before humans and even life itself came into existence and it’ll be here a long time after the last human takes their final breath.

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  31. DontGetIt   March 23, 2014 at 5:37 pm

    It’s going to snow on Tuesday!

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  32. Kurtis Engle   March 23, 2014 at 5:34 pm

    “Climate observations from around the world could prove to the naysayers that global warming is more than just a scientific theory. Many people of industrialized nations have a flat-earth view of the global climate change situation, which they think is an overreaction of tree huggers…”

    I take issue. I think the naysayers would be convinced by now, if they could be. I think the reason the naysayers are not convinced is, a climate change warning looks exactly like a disheveled old man waving a tattered Bible and a sign predicting the end of the World. No one takes Bible Thumpers seriously. And that is who they think we are.

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  33. Kevin Allmer   March 23, 2014 at 5:28 pm

    Man made global warming !!!??? The biggest hoax to ever be slapped on mankind. Follow the money! Take a look at what the people at the top who are pushing this BS are
    driving and flying and how much money they make from it all. If someone really wants to protest for global warming, send them to China. See how long they last there. As for me I’m going brown.

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  34. lab seven   March 23, 2014 at 5:21 pm

    Oh boy we are doomed! I am so scared by this report it made me completely forget all about the criminal liar scientist at the IPCC and the breach of con job emails. Where do I sign up to pay the 100% international carbon tax so we can save this poor old planet earth. Hey maybe if we have more of these very scary green nut case articles you can scare even more of us climate change deniers to your side!

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  35. Why why   March 23, 2014 at 5:21 pm

    In other news, global warming is reversing

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