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"If global carbon dioxide emissions continue to rise in 2030, it will be too late" - said by Mojib Latif , a German meteorologist, climatologist an university teacher. Also the results of a published study by scientists at the Canadian Center for Climate Modeling and Analysis show that today's climate change can lead to irreversible damage. even if people could completely stop their CO2 emissions by 2100, the effects so far would continue for at least the next 1000 years without being stopped.
Simulation showed that the West Antarctic ice will melt and the sea level will rise a few meters. In the next thousand years, Africa's deserts would grow by 30 percent and in the Antarctic the sea would be 5 degrees warmer.
It really is in our hands to stop that ! We are the last generation… take the responsibility.
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