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The environment in 2050: flooded cities, forced migration - and the Amazon turning to savannah

30.12.2019
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Unless we focus on shared solutions, violent storms and devastating blazes could be the least of the world's troubles. Civilisation itself will be at risk'Good morning. Here is the shipping forecast for midday, 21 June, 2050. Seas will be rough, with violent storms and visibility ranging from poor to very poor for the next 24 hours. The outlook for tomorrow is less fair."All being well, this could be a weather bulletin released by the Met Office and broadcast by the BBC in the middle of this century. Destructive gales may not sound like good news, but they will be among the least of the world's problems in the coming era of peak climate turbulence. With social collapse a very real threat in the next 30 years, it will be an achievement in 2050 if there are still institutions to make weather predictions, radio transmitters to share them and seafarers willing to listen to the archaic content. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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