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An article in The Guardian on the impact of climate change on the planet says we are facing a “carbon bomb” and needs to start taking steps to protect the planet.
“Climate change is destroying the planet,” the article says.
“The most pressing challenge facing humanity today is to stop it.”
The article is by James Lovelock, a former NASA scientist and now a senior advisor at the Environmental Defense Fund.
“We’re living through a carbon bomb,” he writes.
“Climate Change Is Destroying the Planet” Lovelocks article argues that we need to focus on the damage we are doing to the planet and how to fix it. “
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“Climate Change Is Destroying the Planet” Lovelocks article argues that we need to focus on the damage we are doing to the planet and how to fix it.
We are not doing enough, he says, pointing to the recent hurricanes that ravaged parts of the United States and other places.
We have a “global catastrophe” in which “the world has become an island and we’re not even in a normal state of life”.
Lovelocking says we should start taking some steps to prevent future catastrophes.
He calls on the US government to make sure it is putting in place “the most effective measures to stop the spread of climate disasters, especially if they are catastrophic”.
The US has a plan to reduce CO2 emissions from power plants and factories, he wrote, and the US should follow it.
“If we don’t, the world will face more catastrophed conditions, including even more deadly and deadly extreme weather events,” he said.
He points to the example of the 2010 hurricane that ravaged the United Kingdom, as well as other natural disasters that have affected the US.
We need to take action now.” “
But we are in an era where there is a lot of work to be accomplished.
We need to take action now.”
Lovelocked also warns that the world is facing an “irreversible” global warming.
“As a result, it’s going to be hard for the world to deal with the worst effects of climate disruption,” he wrote.
“To deal with it, we need as much technology as we can.
We must get back to basics.”
This is the second time this year that Lovelocker has called for a global plan to tackle climate change.
In December, he told Bloomberg TV that the Paris agreement was “the single biggest threat to humanity”.
“We need to get out of the carbon trap,” he told the network.
“That is the biggest threat.”