Climate Conference 2022 | The World Meteorological Organization issues a set of warnings in conjunction with the launch of the Climate Summit

طقس العرب GO 2022-11-06 2022-11-06T21:29:14Z
سنان خلف
سنان خلف
محرر أخبار جوية- قسم التواصل الاجتماعي
Climate Conference 2022 | The World Meteorological Organization issues a set of warnings in conjunction with the launch of the Climate Summit

<p style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr">Arab Weather - Sinan Khalaf - remarkable statements made by the World Meteorological Organization in conjunction with the start of the work <strong>of the 2022 Climate Conference</strong> in Sharm El Sheikh, <strong>&nbsp;</strong> She said that the world will face very dangerous climate change, if it does not put a plan to confront it.</p><p style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr"></p><h3 style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr"> <strong>The World Meteorological Organization issues a set of warnings in conjunction with the 2022 climate conference</strong></h3><h3 style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr"></h3><p style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr"> She added in a statement, today, Sunday, that the past 8 years were the warmest ever, and explained that sea level rise reached a record level this year, and indicators of glacier melting are unprecedented in the Alps.</p><p style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr"></p><h3 style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr"> <strong>Significant rises in the level of carbon dioxide</strong></h3><h3 style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr"></h3><p style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr"> The head of the organization, Peter Taalas, who launched the report at <strong>the 2022 climate conference</strong> in Sharm el-Sheikh, stressed that the greater the warming, the worse the effects: we have high levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.</p><p style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr"></p><p style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr"> The head of the World Meteorological Organization explained that there is a rise in the proportion of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide, which are the three main greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming, and the rates of snow melt are high in the Alps, while all the ice has melted in Switzerland, and the volume of ice in the country has decreased. By more than a third.</p><p style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr"></p><h3 style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr"> <strong>Droughts, floods and devastating cyclones</strong></h3><p style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr"></p><p style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr"> Peter Taalas continued: “Sea level rise as a result of higher rate of thawing, Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia are facing crop failure and food insecurity, due to another season of little rain, while more than a third of Pakistan was inundated in July and August, as a result of record rains.”</p><p style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr"></p><p style=";text-align:left;direction:ltr"> Peter Taalas continued: Southern Africa was hit by a series of cyclones over the course of two months at the beginning of the year and large parts of Europe burned in repeated bouts of intense heat.</p>

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