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Climate change has not slowed due to the Corona pandemic:

Climate change has not slowed due to the Corona pandemic:

FN On Thursday, she wrote on her website that climate change has not been slowed by the global coronavirus pandemic.

According to a United Nations report published on Thursday, climate change continues to increase and the world continues to struggle to reduce carbon emissions.

During the Corona pandemic in 2020, the world entered an economic recession. However, this only caused a temporary reduction in carbon dioxide emissions. According to a 2021 United in Science report, the coronavirus pandemic was not enough to reverse the rising levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.

According to the report There are no signs that we are on the way to becoming more environmentally friendly after the pandemic.

Friday caution The Secretary-General of the United Nations says the world is heading for a temperature rise of 2.7 degrees.

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Target not reached

Rising global temperatures are causing extreme weather around the world, affecting the economy and society. The United Nations wrote that the heat alone lost billions of working hours.

The average global temperature over the past five years has been among the highest on record.

Therefore, there is an increased possibility that the world will not be able to meet the target of reducing global warming by 1.5 degrees Celsius within the next five years, according to the report.

Turns the alarm

According to the report, sea levels will continue to rise, even with ambitious measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This will threaten low-lying islands and coastal populations around the world.

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This report presents the most important scientific data and findings related to climate change.

“The result is a worrying assessment of just how far we are,” said UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

The Secretary-General says that fossil fuel emissions are back on the rise and that greenhouse gas concentrations continue to rise.

He says that man-made climate change has affected health, life and livelihoods on all continents.

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Need a better job

WMO Secretary-General Petteri Taalas says the pandemic has shown that we need to work on new, better measures to put humanity on a more sustainable path.

– This report shows that so far in 2021 we are not heading in the right direction, says Talas on the UN website.

Here are some of the main points in the reports of the United Nations and the Global Atmosphere Watch of the World Meteorological Organization, the United Nations Environment Program and the World Health Organization:

  • The concentration of the largest greenhouse gases – carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) continued to increase in 2020 and the first half of 2021.
  • The reduction in carbon dioxide emissions is temporary and based on preliminary estimates. In the January-May 2021 period, global emissions in the energy, industry, and housing sectors were at or above the same level as in the same period in 2019.
  • Five years after the adoption of the Paris Agreement, the emissions gap is larger than ever.
  • The COVID-19 crisis provides only a short-term reduction in global emissions. It will not significantly reduce emissions by 2030.
  • The global average surface temperature for the period 2017-2021 (based on data from July) is among the warmest on record.
  • Climate change such as heat waves, fires and poor air quality threaten human health around the world, and expose vulnerable populations to certain risks.
  • Post-coronavirus recycling work must align with national strategies for climate change and air quality, in order to reduce the risks of complex climate change.
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