How will the earth continue to rise?

  According to scientists’ estimates, if the current greenhouse gas emission rate is reached, the Earth’s ecological warning line will be raised by 2 °C within 20 years. This will lead to disastrous consequences at many levels, such as social development and human history. After careful study of thousands of scientific documents, scientists have described to our system the disasters that will be faced after the Earth’s temperature rises.

  The temperature rises by 1 °C, the US granary becomes desert

  The southern United States is a large granary in the United States. If the global temperature rises by 1 °C, the US “granary” will become a desert, thus pushing people out of the region. Today, the world’s hottest Sahara desert may become humid, and the snow and ice of the Alps will melt. The corals of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef will all die.

  The temperature rises by 2 °C, and one third of the animals and plants die.

  When the temperature rises by 2 °C, there will be a large area of ​​crop failure, water depletion, disease ravages, rising sea levels and other consequences. The ice caps of Greenland will melt completely, bringing the water level of the global ocean up by 7 meters. One-third of the flora and fauna will be destroyed by the weather due to 100 million people in the water shortage, while the vast majority of the world’s corals will die. .
  The temperature rises by 3 °C, and the climate is completely out of control.

  A temperature rise of 3 °C is a major “inflection point” of the earth. Because the temperature of the earth rises by 3 °C, it means that the global warming trend will be completely out of control, and human beings will no longer be able to intervene in the changes of the earth’s temperature. The ocean cycle will stop, the earth’s climate will become very unstable, and some areas may suddenly become very cold.
  Temperature rises by 4 ° C, human rations are tight

  Temperatures rise by 4 ° C, which is a disaster for most parts of the planet. At this point, all the ice sheets in the Arctic Ocean will disappear, and the Arctic will become a vast ocean. Polar bears and other animals living in low temperatures will be completely extinct. The Antarctic ice sheet will also be greatly affected. The ice sheet in the western part of Antarctica will be separated from the mainland, and eventually the sea level will rise, so that the global coastal areas will be engulfed again by the sea.

  Temperature rises by 5°C-6°C, 95% of species are extinct

  Once the global temperature rises by 5 ° C to 6 ° C, the green broad-leaved forest will reproduce the Canadian Arctic Circle, and the Antarctic hinterland will have a similar situation. However, since most of the land is submerged, animals and plants cannot adapt to the new environment, so 95% of the species will be extinct, and the earth faces a disaster similar to prehistoric extinction.

  At the opening of the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference, demonstrations took place in many European countries. Through demonstrations, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, and other people put forward the requirement that developed countries must commit to achieving large-scale greenhouse gas emission reduction by 2050 to express their concerns about climate change. In the face of the big issue of climate change, no one can stay out of it. In fact, many people around us have intentionally or unconsciously changed their lives. “Low-carbon” has become a key word in many people’s lives.