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impicklerick
The impact of 1.5 degrees to the world

Link: https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/the-dire-warnings-of-the-united...

 

At this point, I think there's no question that natural disasters occur more often and are more severe. When I was growing up, people were panicked if there's a category 3 typhoon because that's the most severe possible. These days, we're having more and more category 5's -- something we didn't even have 20 years ago.

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Tyson Bareet

Existing forests must be protected to avoid dangerous climate change, warn a coalition of forest scientists in a statement. The world’s forests contain more carbon than exploitable oil, gas, and coal deposits if this situation goes on. Stabilizing global warming at 1.5C will be extremely difficult if not impossible at this point.

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