Your Fault: Hotcoldwetdry To Affect 85% Of Human Population

I’ve been begging you folks to stop using fossil fuels, stop eating meat, take 2 minute showers once a week, go back to using a landline, and giving up all your freedom to government, but, no, you don’t want to listen

Human-induced climate change may affect 85% of the global population, researchers say

Scientists are beginning to paint a clearer picture on just how many people will be affected by climate change if current warming trends continue.

About 85% of the world’s population already lives in areas experiencing the affects of human-induced climate change, according to a study published in Nature Climate Change on Tuesday.

It’s like John Deere doing a study on cutting grass that says everyone is going to need to cut their grass so buy a JD.

Researchers in Berlin compiled data from more than 100,000 impact studies analyzing detectable environmental signals of human-induced climate change, finding that the evidence for how climate change is impacting communities is continuing to grow.

“In almost every study where we have enough data, we can see, [the world] is getting hotter, and it’s getting hotter in a way that is consistent,” Max Callaghan, a researcher at the Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change in Berlin and one of the authors of the study, told ABC News.

It has gotten hotter. A whopping 1.5F since 1850. No big deal, unless you’re a doomsday cultist

The research also looked at how rising temperatures change precipitation patterns and affect crop yields and local ecosystems, and it found that human-attributable changes in temperature and precipitation are now occurring in 80% of the world’s land area, where about 85% of the global population resides, Callaghan said.

Basically, they just assumed that it was all caused by you.

The new research is allowing scientists to attribute with near-certainty that global temperatures are increasing because of human influence on the planet, Callaghan said. While previous studies often focus on possible scenarios by 2050 or 2100, it is clear that climate change is “already happening.”

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Countries will need to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the near future to mitigate the extremity of pending disasters, the researchers said.

And what if they don’t and nothing bad happens? What then, researchers? Say, have y’all made your own lives carbon neutral?

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4 Responses to “Your Fault: Hotcoldwetdry To Affect 85% Of Human Population”

  1. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    The global in global warming should be self-explanatory but not for all.

    As the Earth warms from a miniscule 1.5C to a miniscule 3C to a miniscule 4.5C of course most of the world will be affected.

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