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In 9 years, 4 billion people will be exposed to climate dangers, 2 billion will be difficult to save; This report scares

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While climate talks are contemplating to limit temperature rise to one and a half degrees by the end of the century, the latest United Nations (UN) analysis says that despite all this, by 2030, four billion people will be exposed to climate threats. Will be in In any case, this danger does not seem to be averted from two billion people.

At present 43 percent of the population is affected by these threats.

The report has been prepared by the University of Chile’s Center for Climate Resilience and Research in collaboration with the McKinsey Company. This report is aided by the United Nations. The report said that new analyzes show that even if the temperature increase remains on the 1.5 degree path, by 2030, half the world’s population, or four billion people, will have to face climate threats. At present, about 43 percent of the population is facing climate hazards.

5.30 billion population will be affected by the current rate of increase

But if the world continues on the path of the current temperature increase of two degrees, then this danger will be more dire. This will affect 800 million people living in cities, 100 million people living in rural areas and 400 million more people living in seaside areas by 2050. Thus, if efforts are not made to stop carbon emissions at the ground level immediately, the number of affected people will reach 5.30 billion.

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25 percent loss of working hours due to scorching heat

The report says that of the 20 million people who will face extreme climate threats by 2030, the most people will be hit by deadly hot winds. After that, the most affected by floods and droughts. According to the report, labor work done outside the home will be affected the most due to the scorching heat and this will cause a loss of 25 percent of the working hours of the people.

‘Race to Resilience’ campaign launched

A report released by the United Nations said that to reduce these threats, a ‘Race to Resilience’ campaign has been started with the support of the United Nations. Its purpose is to ensure that non-governmental organizations also take measures to deal with these threats. For the first time, they have been included in the assessment of the effects of human activities. These include cities, businesses, regions, etc. These activities will be in addition to the activities undertaken by the governments.
The report said that the aim of the ‘Race to Resilience’ is to bring the feared four billion people out of these dangers. But despite all the efforts, it will be possible to save only two billion people from danger. The remaining 20 million people will have to face climate hazards.

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