Climate Change Scare: North America, Middle East Will Be Dilapidated Due To Global Warming
The effects of climate change can now be felt all over the world as global warming is being experienced in some countries. In fact, a recent study found that North Africa and the Middle East might face the extreme heat in the near future making it dilapidated because of the rising temperature.
North America And Middle East To Be Uninhabitable
According to International Business Times, about 500 million people might need to leave North Africa and the Middle East because of high temperature, as per the researchers. The said states can suffer up to 50 degrees Celsius all through the summer season that will not drop below 30 degrees Celsius during the night.
In fact, the scorching heat North Africa and the Middle East are having is twofold compared to the heat it experienced in 1970. In the research published in the journal Climatic Change, the study examined the world's future if it experienced "different climatic scenarios."
Controlling Global Warming
The study resulted that albeit the efforts to control global warming's temperature to be lower than two degrees Celsius, North Africa and the Middle East will still be too hot for people to survive. The limited hotness was concurred at the United Nations COP21 climate change summit in Paris in 2015.
"In future, the climate in large parts of the Middle East and North Africa could change in such a manner that the very existence of its inhabitants is in jeopardy," Jos Lelieveld, director at the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry and professor at the Cyprus Institute, said in a statement, as per CNBC.
The Effects Of Climate Change
The researchers used two models to fully understand the effects of climate change in North Africa and the Middle East. The first pattern showed the global warming restrained by the decrease of greenhouse gases while the second one displayed no change of the measurement of global warming.
However, the researchers learned the result from the two paradigms presented no difference. This just means that North Africa and the Middle East are set to experience high temperature in the future, Nature World News cited.
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