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Rise in Global Temperatures



Rise in Global Temperatures

Rising temperatures due to global warming are indicating a path towards an alarming scenario for the Earth. The estimation derived from this revelation suggests that, for the first time since the commencement of recording global temperatures, the Earth’s temperature has increased by 2.7 degrees Fahrenheit or 1.5 degrees Celsius in just twelve months. Scientists, based on data released by the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service, have warned that the Earth is rapidly heading towards catastrophic consequences.

Global Temperatures

According to the report, the collaboration of El Niño and global warming made the past year the hottest in the last century. This increase occurred specifically between February 2023 and January 2024. Climate experts have alarmingly emphasized that if the world does not shift its focus from central energy sources such as coal, oil, and gas to renewable alternatives, irreversible damages will have to be faced.

It is noteworthy that the majority of developed countries extensively use non-renewable energy sources. However, the consequences are being borne by developing countries. Regions with a population of approximately two billion, including Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh, are particularly vulnerable to the escalating land temperatures.

According to experts from Brunel University in London, environmental pollution is the leading cause of fatalities in affected countries. Hazardous substances are contaminating both air and land, posing serious threats. Industrial emissions are not only polluting underground water but also contaminating agricultural produce.

To safeguard the Earth from further deterioration, it is imperative that developed countries take immediate actions on war-footing to cease the use of central energy sources. This is crucial because negligence in this regard will eventually lead to the destruction of the entire world.


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