There are so many different factors that accelerate climate change that the reversal of the circumstances seems further and further away. Population growth in the world is rising explosively, making food and drinking water scarce not to mention the continuing drought and flooding in the world.
The rising temperature naturally also brings with it many diseases such as mosquitoes and new outbreaks of diseases are therefore lurking and many people will be the victim.
If global warming seems to some people like a distant or abstract threat, new research casts the phenomenon in stark, life-or-death terms. It predicts that in the absence of significant progress in efforts to curb emissions of temperature-raising greenhouse gases, extreme heat waves could claim thousands of lives in major U.S. cities.
If the global average temperature rises 3 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels — which some scientists say is likely — a major heat wave could kill almost 6,000 people in New York City. Similar events could kill more than 2,500 in Los Angeles and more than 2,300 in Miami. […]
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