Wmo Report:वातावरण में ग्रीनहाउस गैसों की मात्रा ने बनाया नया रिकॉर्ड, जलवायु लक्ष्यों को खतरा – Record-breaking Rise In Greenhouse Gases Threatens Climate Goals: Wmo Report
According to a new report by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) of the United Nations, the amount of greenhouse gases in our environment has reached a new record, causing an increase in the Earth’s average temperature and contributing to global warming. The WMO also mentioned in its Greenhouse Gas Bulletin that there appears to be no slowdown in the increase of these gases.
Experts associated with the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP-28), scheduled to take place in Dubai from November 30, warned that despite a slight decrease from last year, the increase in carbon dioxide levels and new emissions from industrial activities have raised the total carbon level by 50% in 2022 compared to the early industrial era (1850-1900).
The report also highlights that carbon levels are 50% higher in 2022 compared to the early industrial era. The increase in carbon dioxide levels poses a significant threat to the environment, contributing to issues like methane and nitrous oxide levels rising from 2021 to 2022.
The report states that the greenhouse gases have increased the Earth’s temperature by 49% since 1990, with a 78% rise in carbon levels. The presence, impact, and implications of these gases are as follows:
– Carbon Dioxide: Contributes 64% to global warming and results in the drying up of 30% of forests and 25% of the oceans every year.
– Methane: Contributes 16% to global warming, with 40% coming from natural sources and 60% from human activities such as rice cultivation, livestock, and burning of agriculture waste.
– Nitrous Oxide: Contributes 7% to global warming, with 60% coming from natural sources and 40% from human activities such as the use of chemical fertilizers and industrial activities.
Despite repeated warnings and scientific reports, the current greenhouse gas emissions continue to enhance the Earth’s temperature and push us in the wrong direction. The consequences of this will lead to extreme heat, floods, melting ice, and rising sea levels. It is essential to reduce the use of fossil fuels to mitigate these effects.
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