Turkish scientists warns from Global warming

Turkish scientists cautioned that the world may end up unable to return if humanity does not learn necessary lessons, talking about growing trends of risky weather events, particularly high temperatures.

"November 2020 was the warmest November on record," Huseyin Toros, an expert in atmospheric science and air quality at Istanbul Technical University, said: "Humanity is shooting itself in the foot," Copernicus Climate Change Service was cited by the Turkish Anadolu Agency as saying the latest sobering report about rising temperature trends.

The official stressed concern over people's failure to take essential safety measures in the battle against ongoing threats of risky weather events such as high temperatures and sea-level rise that are triggered by climate change and global warming.

Toros further included, "The fact that the first 10 months of 2020 recorded, at a global scale, temperatures of about 1.2 degrees Celsius [34.6 degrees Fahrenheit] above the average of 1850-1900, and the temperatures in northern Asia, especially in the Siberian Arctic region, were seen to be 5 C [41 F] above the average, is making scientists to get worried about the safety and sustainability of the ecological system."


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