World Meteorological Organization (BMO) Based on the data collected for 2021, the next on the climate situation on the planet reportpresented a few days ago. Submitted report consists of dozens of expert articles and covers 4 key factors indicating climate change. We are talking about greenhouse gases, rising sea levels, rising global temperatures and oceanic acidity.flour goes from increase. All the data collected show that critical climate change is occurring rapidly. La-Ninya La Niña occurs in the southern Pacific Ocean when a stable east wind directs hot water from the coasts of Peru and Chile to Indonesia and Australia, resulting in cold water in the region weather temperature arises) cold weather The average temperature on the planet in 2021, despite the fact that it creates a temperature 1.11 degrees Celsius reaching Paris climate agreement approached the limit set by in 2015.
The remaining 7 years are considered the warmest years of all observation periods. It has been warmer every decade since the 1980s. “Observing another record-breaking year is just a matter of time,” he said. Our climate is our eyes snowglass changes. The heat generated by greenhouse gases emitted by human activities will continue to heat the planet for many years to come. The level of the world’s oceans continues to rise. The ocean is warming, and unless effective solutions are offered to collect greenhouse gases from the atmosphere, its acidity will still rise. 10It will last for 0 years. Some glaciers have already reached a turning point, which will have long-term negative consequences for the planet. About 2 billion people are already suffering from water shortages, ”said the UN Secretary-General Petteri Taalas noted.
According to the report, the level of the world’s oceans in the period from 2013 to 2021 averaged annually. 4.5 mm rose. This is since 1993 20It is twice as fast as the ocean level that rose before 02. The main reason for this is the melting of glaciers. Secreted as a result of human activity CO2 gasof 23%is absorbed by the ocean. However, the acidity of seawater increases due to the chemical reaction that takes place. This poses a threat to marine ecosystems and reduces the ocean’s ability to absorb CO2. Currently, the ocean’s ability to absorb CO2 is limited 26,000 years is at a record low level during.