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Scientist Warns: Climate Destruction Is About To Enter “Unknown Territors”

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The effects of climate change are beginning to become more and more visible on the planet. The fires continue to devastate large areas of the Earth, hurricanes show their fury and in Madagascar the world’s first famine is happening due to climate change. This is just the beginning.

According to Kim Cobb, a United Nations scientist who helped to produce the report on climate change, “we don’t know what will happen next, and it will only get worse.” “We are moving into an unexplored territory with climate change,” Cobb told Yahoo Finance.

Only the United States was the scene of some unprecedented events: much of Louisiana is electricityless because of Hurricane Ida, which caused showers on the entire eastern coast, and New York saw eight centimeters of rain falling into a

At the beginning of this summer, however, there were devastating heat waves in the northwest of the Pacific. The climate report warned us: “The worst is yet to come, affecting the lives of our children and grandchildren much more than our own.” Now the governments of the world have to do something, only so we can avoid this terrible scenario.

Is this the world we want to leave to our children and grandchildren?

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