Climate issues

"Climate change is the defining issue of our time, and we are at a defining moment. We are facing a direct existential threat."

– António Guterres

Faced with the global challenge of fighting climate change, the most ambitious states set themselves a goal of carbon neutrality by 2050 in the 2015 Paris Agreement.
The level of CO2 in the atmosphere, the main cause of the current climate crisis, is at its highest level in three million years. The consequences of climate disruption are universal, no region of the globe is spared, they are becoming increasingly dramatic and the phenomenon risks becoming irreversible.

FOREST FIRES

 

Millions of hectares of forest burned worldwide with a 20% increase in the global fire season

HEAT DOMES

 

Heat domes with days at 50°C that will double every year

DROUGHTS

 

Desertification gains more ground Droughts up to 6 times more frequent

PRECIPITATION

 

Record precipitation 20 times higher

COASTAL FLOODING

 

Rise in ocean level of 5 to 10 cm each year

CYCLONES

 

Deadly cyclones with winds up to 240 Km/h