A study warns of severe heat waves that will hit our planet in the coming years

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A journal specialized in cosmic nature has published a new study on environmental and climatic changes that will have a direct impact on Earth’s temperatures in the coming years.

وذكرت Nature Climate Change, in its study on climate change, said that the coming years will witness significant changes in the level of temperature and weather on the planet, noting that temperatures will rise and will gradually increase with the years.

“Since we are going through a period of very rapid global warming, we need to prepare for more heat-related events that will exceed previous records by a large margin,” said study author Eric Fischer, a researcher at the Swiss Higher Technical School.

According to the study, scientists used to pay attention to the amount of temperature rise, as it was believed that the higher the temperature, the fewer records that were set for a long and specific period of time.

The study concluded that even if harmful emissions in the atmosphere were to stop completely, the planet will have time to rest in the next ten years, and it is not only about record-breaking hot days that will appear more and more, but also about so-called “extreme weather phenomena” such as floods. last in Europe.

The study added that only after two decades the weather will gradually begin to return to normal, stressing that at current emissions rates the temperature of the planet will rise by more than 3 degrees Celsius by the year 2100.





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