Confirmed: Climate Change and Extreme Weather are Interlinked

IPCC’s latest report on Global Climate Science does confirm a strong correlation between the change in climate and the rising temperatures. The report, further, affirms the fact that the global temperatures are rising and are rising at a rapid pace affecting the species to a great extent.

In addition to the above, the IPCC report puts an end to the speculation and marks it as an “established fact” that the anthropogenic factors are responsible to climate change and its severe impacts thereby disturbing the overall ecological balance leading to natural disasters.

Heat waves, floods, droughts, cyclones have all become a frequent occurring disrupting the lives and livelihoods of millions of people globally. The IPCC Sixth Assessment report further discusses about the levels of moisture and precipitation have become a major cause of floods which ultimately are an impact of human activities that are aimed more towards commercialization and less towards sustainability.

It is evident that all such harsh impacts the human health and its mental well-being to a great extent. All this and more have been discussed in detail in the following documents:

Read here Science News by AGU

Read here AR6 Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science Basis

Read here Chapter 11 of Sixth Assessment Report

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