Climate Change: The year 2015 to 2022 is expected to be the warmest, this year 1.15 degree more temperature – WMO report – न्यूज़लीड India

Climate Change: The year 2015 to 2022 is expected to be the warmest, this year 1.15 degree more temperature – WMO report


Previous 8 Warmest Years Recorded on Record

According to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) report, the year between 2015 and 2022 is likely to be the hottest year on record. According to the same report, the global average temperature in 2022 is likely to be 1.15 °C higher than the average between 1850 and 1900. Due to this, the temperature of the years after 2015 is being recorded the highest. This report has been released on Sunday at the 27th conference of the UNFCCC, titled ‘WMO Provisional State of the Global Climate 2022’.

The rate of rise in sea level caught pace

The rate of rise in sea level caught pace

There is also a shocking fact in this report that the rate of rise in sea level has doubled since 1993 and it has increased by about 10 mm since January of 2020, which is a new record. It is being measured through satellite for 30 years and according to the report, in the last two and a half years, an overall increase of 10 percent has been registered in sea level. These figures for 2022 are preliminary, valid only till September this year. The final and final report will be released in April next year.

2022 will be fifth or sixth in the record for the hottest year

2022 will be fifth or sixth in the record for the hottest year

According to the report, ‘The global mean temperature in 2022 has so far been 1.15 °C higher than the mean temperature of 1850-1900. If this situation continues, by the end of this year, 2022 will be the fifth or sixth of the warmest years on record since 1850, and even slightly warmer than 2021. The 8 years from 2015 to 2022 are likely to be the warmest under record.

Yield is also affected due to temperature

Yield is also affected due to temperature

By the way, the 10-year average temperature between 2013 and 2022 is likely to be 1.14 °C higher than in the pre-industrial era. Whereas, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Sixth Estimates report had predicted a temperature of 1.09 °C from 2011 to 2020. This year, India and Pakistan recorded very high heat before the monsoon. Record heat was recorded in Pakistan in March and April. Many were recorded in yields due to temperature.

Increase in severe weather events

Increase in severe weather events

Food crisis has increased in many countries of the world due to other global reasons along with declining yields. After the summer, Pakistan received heavy rains between July and August this time and the floods caused a lot of devastation in which around 1,700 people lost their lives and due to this 33 million people were affected and 79 lakh people had to leave their homes. Gone. In June, especially in Northeast India, there were increased incidents of floods. Heavy destruction was witnessed in the incidents of floods and landslides.

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The more heat, the more dangerous the result

The more heat, the more dangerous the result

Professor Petteri Talas, Secretary-General of the WMO, said, ‘The higher the heat, the more severe the consequences. Now our atmosphere has such high levels of carbon dioxide that it is difficult to achieve the target of 1.5 °C reduction according to the Paris Agreement. According to him, many glaciers have already melted and will continue to melt for hundreds if not thousands of years. This will lead to a serious threat to water security. The rate of sea level rise has more than doubled in the last 30 years. It can increase by half a meter every hundred years, threatening the population of millions of people living on the coast and in low-lying areas.

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