Foreign Affairs
11,000 scientists support research which points to a world climate emergency

An international group of 11,000 scientists is supporting research which states the world is facing a climate emergency.

The study, based on a collection of data for the last 40 years, says governments are failing to tackle the crisis.

The quoted study says that without profound changes and long-term measures, humanity is facing problems. Researchers say they are obliged to warn about this threat being brought about by climate change.

Published on the same day when it resulted that this year’s October was the warmest on record, the new study says temperature measurements are not the ideal way to recognise the real dangers being faced by the world.

The researchers have published information which can represent clear signals of the impact of climate change. The indicators include expansion of human and animal populations, a reduction in tree numbers, and fuel consumption.



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