Millions of people are expected to die early

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UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — Climate change, rising temperatures in the Arctic and other threats, according to UN reports, will lead to millions of premature deaths in Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

The WHO website published a report by 250 experts and scientists from 70 countries warning of higher deaths due to global warming, freshwater pollution, bacterial resistance to antibiotics, in the growth of the nervous system of children.

Moreover, even if the objectives of the Paris Climate Convention are met, this will not stop Arctic temperature growth. By 2050, it will rise by 3-5 ° C and -5 ° C by 2080.

This rise in the average temperature the heat will completely melt the ice in the pole and rise the level of water in the sea.

This rise is calculated on the basis of greenhouse gas emissions and the accumulation of heat in the ocean.

The size of the eternal ice-containing area of ​​billions of tons of carbon will be reduced by 25%.

This in turn will cause high temperatures, making it difficult to achieve the objectives of the Paris Climate Convention by setting the temperature rise by only two degrees Celsius.

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