The Lost Civilization of Man

Global Warming and Climate Change. 2021 determines the fate of the earth

Spirituality,Earth,Astronomy,Climate change,

Evidence shows that we have less than 10 years to go. Although 10 years is a short opportunity, we humans can stop them. In fact, we have to stop them. So listen to Earths screams before it is too late.

In recent weeks we have seen many natural disasters around the world. 981,000 people were displaced by the floods in Guatemala. 9500 hectares of forest were destroyed in a California fire. Hurricane Elsa swept across the Mid-Atlantic. Extreme temperatures of 49.5 degrees Celsius burned and destroyed a city in Canada (Lytton), killing 500 people.

The whole of China is experiencing a devastating flood. Large storms swept through Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland, France and the Netherlands. Hundreds of people injuring, went missing and were killed as rivers flooded. And some do not even have water to drink. Maybe if we took the warnings seriously, this would not be the case today. So if you feel the danger, take the latest UN warning seriously because this is the last chance and hope.

On February 26, 2021, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres issued a statement on climate change, which is a red alert for our planet. The statement said:

“2021 is a make or break year to confront the global climate emergency. The science is clear, to limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C, we must cut global emission by 45 per cent by 2030 from 2010 levels”.

Note again 45%. Although it seems impossible despite today's ambitions, do not forget that we are the main inhabitants of the earth.

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