Warning the global climate crisis

More than 11000 scientists have warned that the world is facing a climate crisis
“The impact of climate change will be more serious than we are now experiencing, which may mean that some parts of the earth will no longer be suitable for human survival.”
Beijing News (reporter Xie Lian) on November 5, local time, more than 11000 scientists around the world warned in bioscience magazine that the whole world is facing a climate crisis. Without profound and sustained changes, the world will face “countless human suffering”.
More than 11000 scientists have issued climate crisis warnings. More than 11000 scientists in bioscience have issued climate crisis warnings. Screenshot of Bioscience Journal
According to the BBC, November 5, 2019 is the 40th anniversary of the first World Climate Conference (Geneva, 1979). At that time, scientists from 50 countries gathered in Geneva and agreed that immediate action should be taken to deal with climate change. At the same time, on November 5, satellite data showed that October was the hottest October on record.
According to the report, scientists provided a series of data as evidence, which showed “the graphical life characteristics of climate change in the past 40 years”. These indicators include the growth of human and animal numbers, per capita meat production, changes in global forest coverage, fossil fuel consumption, etc. The changes of these indicators directly lead to the more serious climate crisis, and governments have not been able to deal with the crisis well.
1979 – present climate change impact map 1979 – present climate change impact map.
“The climate crisis means that if we don’t take action to deal with the impacts of climate change, such as reducing carbon emissions, reducing meat production, reducing land clearing and fossil fuel use, the impacts of climate change will be more serious than we are going through now,” said Thomas Newson, a leading author from the University of Sydney. “This may mean some parts of the earth Will no longer be suitable for human survival.
The report also puts forward the urgent measures to be taken by human beings, including energy use, short-term pollutants, natural ecology, food, economy, population, etc.
In the conclusion part, the scientists expressed the hope that the government departments, international organizations and so on can widely use the graphical vital signs of climate change proposed by them, so as to let the public better understand the severity of the crisis, and at the same time make coping with the climate crisis a priority. “If policymakers and all mankind can respond to our warnings and climate crisis declarations and act at the same time to sustain life on earth, our only home, then the future is still open.”.