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Climate Change - What's Next?

Updated: May 25, 2022

We, humans have put so much pressure on planet earth that it has now reached a stage, where Scientists have declared that we have created our own geological era.

According to Scientists, we are the first generation to be unequivocally and irrevocably informed that we are undermining the stability, the equilibrium, and the ability of planet Earth to support human development and sustenance as we know it.

As we enter a new stage (Science calls this the Anthropocene) the age of the Humans - we are now the ones driving non-linear change. Scientists have been studying the effects of chemicals being released into the air for decades and their warnings have persuaded some positive change. We managed to patch the ozone layer.

It was the first time in history that warnings translated in political action to reverse those effects. What we see in the world today is clear evidence that we are approaching several danger zones and we see the frightening, accelerated impact of adverse planetary changes.

In 2020 nearly 3 billion animals were killed or displaced by Australian wildfires. It is one of the worst if not the worst wildfire in history. Over 5,000 Koalas perished. This beautiful animal, along with many others, are now threatened with extinction. But this is only one disastrous event, and in one country. Everyday we see the news, coral reefs blanching, oceans polluted, atmospheric aerosol pollution, glaciers melting, strange weather patterns, and climate becoming more difficult to predict.

Are we at risk of destabilizing our entire planet? Are we too late to reverse the damage that has been done to the earth’s ecosystem?

Scientists around the globe are collaborating, continuously studying to sure up their findings and sharing data as fast as they can to increase awareness, bring to light the precarious tipping points and layout viable solutions. The next 10 to 15 years are crucially important for us all to play our part.

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