2019 is forecast to be the record hot year in history. What weather threat will we face?

Super unpredictable storms, drought, heat waves ... all have strong impacts on human health and the environment. Is 2019 the hottest year...

Super unpredictable storms, drought, heat waves ... all have strong impacts on human health and the environment.
Is 2019 the hottest year in history?National Geographic quoted scientists as saying due to the impact of El Nino phenomenon and the consequences of artificial climate change. So the scientific community warned that 2019 is forecast to be the hottest year in human history.
According to a study published in Geophysical Research Letters, the impact of El Nino has been more serious in recent years because of global warming. More worrisome is that these impacts will get worse as the temperature of the Earth continues to increase due to the process of artificial climate change (from production and human activities) taking place nonstop.
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"Because of the influence of El Nino, 2019 may be the hottest year in history!" - Study co-author Samantha Stevenson, a climate scientist at the University of California (USA), said.
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said that four consecutive hot years in the past were 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018. And yet, the Earth's climate is warmer, the temperature gradually rises over the last 406 months. This compares to the average of the 20th century.
"Every change (ascending) of global warming has a great impact on human health, access to food and fresh water, as well as a great impact on the survival of real life. objects, or extinction of coral reefs and marine life. ", Deputy Secretary General WMO Elena Manaenkova said.
Global warming: Quiet assassin on Earth
It is not natural that the world of global warming science and climate change are on the list of "Disasters that threaten the survival of mankind" with giant meteorites rushing to Earth, nuclear war, translation global disease ...
A warmer Earth produces a series of "silent assassins" that have a strong impact on people, the environment, the environment and ecological diversity.
If vague about this, National Geographic offers the following interpretive evidence:
The most obvious consequence of global warming and climate change is the creation of extremely dangerous extreme weather, including: Heat waves, droughts, super typhoons, causing ecological imbalance.
- Storm / Super typhoon: World meteorological experts say that storms and super typhoons are increasingly unpredictable. They appear more and unusual and more unpredictable.
Countries and coastal cities ... suffer the most from storms and super typhoons. Source: LA Times
In 2018, the Northern Hemisphere suffered 70 storms compared to the average of 53 years. Storms and super typhoons regularly break the record of previous years. It has severe consequences for the Mariana Islands, the Philippines, Vietnam, South Korea and Tonga.
In the US alone, super typhoon Florence and Michael caused tremendous damage to people and property, information provided by WMO. Super storms also cause serious flooding in coastal areas and islands.
- Heat waves: Not only negative impacts on human health, heat waves cause heavy economic losses.
According to a report by Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change on November 28, 2018, 153 billion hours of labor worldwide were wiped out in 2018 because of the heat wave, nearly three times more than in 2000. At star? Because hot sun hinders the process of working and moving people.
- Drought / Fire: Global warming causes severe droughts in Africa, South America, Southeast Asia and part of the Pacific region. Droughts also cause widespread forest fires in Indonesia and Canada. Catastrophic forest fires broke out in eastern Australia, along with a heat wave with temperatures over 44 degrees Celsius by the end of November 2018.
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- Ecological imbalance: The most recent El Nino ended in 2016. As a result, it has bleached the wide area of the Great Barrier coral community. Scientists warn, the world's largest coral reef will completely disappear if the Earth's temperature increased by 1.5 degrees Celsius.
The 2018 study shows that these extreme weather patterns will increase from 50% to 300% due to artificial climate change unless the whole world acts quickly to cut carbon emissions from the process. burning fossil fuels.

The article uses sources: Nationalgeographic, World Environmental Conservancy
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