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2023 came as Hottest Year On Record Highlights Humanity Failures on global warming

2023 came as Hottest Year On Record Highlights Humanity Failures on global warming
Written by Manoj Kadam
2023 came as Hottest Year On Record Highlights Humanity Failures on global warming

2023 came as Hottest Year On Record Highlights Humanity Failures on global warming

In 2023, both the incidence of natural disasters and the losses caused by them have seen an increase. The impact of climate change proved to be more intense this year than in previous years. Be it the earthquake in Turkey-Syria, or the flood in South Africa, or the forest fire in Algeria. Nature's anger is now clearly visible. That's why disasters like earthquake, flood, tornado etc. remain looming. Due to this, large scale devastation is being recorded all over the world.

In this direction, scientist James Hansen has said a big thing about man's ability to stop climate change. Scientists believe that this year will be remembered as a turning point when our failures have tragically come to light. “When our children, and their children, look at the history of climate change we have created, they will see how governments around the world failed to deal with climate change this year, and next year,” he told The Guardian. “Far from stopping global warming, it is just fueling it.”

Scientist said that July of 2023 will be the hottest in 1 lakh 20 thousand years. And now the world is moving towards the next stage of climate change, which will give rise to a new challenge. Henson is director of the Climate Change Program at the Earth Institute at Columbia University in New York. He says that now the only hope left is that the reins be handed over to the new generation. Maybe the younger generation can handle the reins of their future in a better way.

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According to the report, other experts have also agreed that scientists are continuously giving warnings, but there is no change in the attitude of the governments. Global warming remains the biggest concern for the world today. The temperature of the earth is continuously increasing due to which natural disasters have started taking a worse form. Scientists are constantly searching for ways by which global warming can be stopped and climate change can be controlled. According to a report released in July 2023 itself, at present the emission of greenhouse gases is at its peak. 54 billion tons of carbon dioxide is being emitted annually due to which the temperature of the earth's surface is increasing rapidly. The report says that due to human activities, the Earth's temperature has increased by 1.14 degrees Celsius since 1800. It is increasing at the rate of 0.2 degrees Celsius per decade.

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