Science: This report is of great concern

Science: This report is of great concern

A new report from science is alarming. (Archive image)

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The science made our life a lot easier. However, new findings from a research team from Norway are currently very alarming.

As always, that is us science one step ahead and now warns of a frightening problem.

Science: This change is coming

The topics of environmental protection and climate change have been discussed more and more in public in recent years. Not only because of the Europe-wide boom of green parties, but also because of the absolute urgency of climate protection.

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The temperatures on our planet are rising and this has fatal effects on our surroundings. This has now also been confirmed by a research team from Norway. According to the experts, the current situation is even more dangerous than previously thought.

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Measurements by climate researchers have shown that temperatures in Antarctica are rising three times faster than in the rest of the world and at a faster rate than expected.

Science: That’s what researchers hope for

The so-called Arctic Monitoring & Assessment Program published a report on the threatened continent. Also known as “the eternal ice”, the Antarctic is home to many animals. When the ice layers melt and glaciers, the sea level rises. “This change is an additional factor on top of pre-existing problems such as indigenous peoples habitat, industries and ecosystems,” the report said.


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According to the Arctic Monitoring & Assessment Program, the climate will not rise by the predicted 1.5 degrees in the next few years, but by two degrees. The researchers put hope in the Paris Climate Agreement, which 195 countries agreed to five years ago. (neb)


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