NASA Climate Change
The planet’s average surface temperature has risen about 2 degrees Fahrenheit (a little more than 1 degree Celsius) during the last century or so, achange driven largely by increased carbon dioxide and other human-made emissions into the atmosphere. Long-term warming trend continued in 2017: NASA, NOAA – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet
The actions taken by our Governments to reduce harmful emissions are not going to reverse or even stall the rising temperatures.
The Planet is going to get hotter and hotter.
How will you survive?
I have continually written to Governments to act globally and map out Climate Change migration routes. These routes will need to be supplied with food, water, shelter and protection.
To do otherwise is to invite unprecedented massive civil unrest.
Therefore, in answer to the Question the answer is a resounding Yes.
Yes. I always use this description to explain Climate Change.
Open the bonnet of your car. Cut the fan belt. Take out the thermostat. Block the radiator and drive it as fast as you can in first gear.
The engine will overheat, you will lose all your water and the head or block will crack.
Have you ever watched the temperature gauge of your car go into the red?
As the red needle or indicator increases the rate of increase gets faster – it accelerates.
Thar is where our Planet is now and the rate of ice melting and loss of the Amazon is increasing. The more ice that melts and the less cooling area we have the faster the rate of increase. Major Climate Disasters also change the way in which our thermal currents and atmospheric pressures interact above and below ground. We stand the risk of creating a new Climate and one which will not be reversible.
Can we reverse the accelerating rate of increase?
Possibly but we are running out of time. We need a ‘No Disadvantage Mandatory Climate Change Agreement’ – not the waste of Paper and money of the Paris Agreement.
I have written such a system but who am I? As far as Theresa May and the U.K Government is concerned – nobody.
Climate change evidence: How do we know?