The environment, As there will be no work needs to be done in order to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases, to cut back further, then there is a danger of the sea level by the year 2100, with a 60 to 110 inches of rise. That’s according to a report published by the intergovernmental panel on climate change, the UN panel of klimaatexperts, across the oceans, and the cryosphere (the ice and snow covered areas).

from the report, there are various scenarios for the likely rise in sea level by the year 2100 (relative to the period 1986-2005) to be displayed. In the baseline scenario is considered an increase to between 60 and 110 centimetres , or an average of 84 inches). If the emission of greenhouse gases will be reduced, and the average temperature rise of fixed , that is, to less than 2 degrees celsius, the water level of the sea at the end of the century, with the 30-to-60 inches increase (average of 43 cm).

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According to the report, there has been for the past few decades, there is a fast rise , from the level of the sea, as a result of the melting of the ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica. For the period of 2006-2015 was an increase from an average of 3.6 mm per year. The sea level is rising, therefore, as much as twice as fast as in the twentieth century, and the pace is only increasing, as the climate scientists of the intergovernmental panel on climate change.

Extreme weather

The scientists warn that in any case account should be taken of extreme weather conditions on the coastal zone , such as floods, and storms . So threatening to the extreme high tides , which is only once in a hundred year since, by 2050 just about every year low-lying cities, towns, and small islands are to be found.

in Addition to the alarm is pulled on a glacier , which are becoming more and more ice loss in the world is going to be from 11 to 25 per cent (in the best scenario) or even 25% to 47% (no further action). The smallest of the glaciers, particularly in Europe, may be by 2100 and even up to 80 per cent of its mass to lose. The availability of fresh water is compromised, and it can also lead to increased landslides, floods and avalanches .

In the worst case, threatens to 49 to 89 percent of the top layer of the permafrost (3 to 4 feet) to melt away, allowing the greenhouse gases may be released: that are currently being stored.Finally, you will be alerted to any ocean acidification , creating a disturbance of the marine fauna and flora . Ninety per cent of the corals, and the danger of being lost.