Crushing the permafrost in the Arctic will accelerate global warming and add $ 70 trillion to the climate change bill in the world, according to a new study on Nature Research.
The report says the feedback mechanism, along with the failure of the countries to live up to the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement and the loss of ice heat on white ice – will bring about nearly 5 percent of global growth warming.
That scenario may push the global climate change amount to $ 70 trillion between today and 2300 according to study, published in Nature.
In addition, researchers say that $ 70 trillion figures are 10 times higher than any anticipated benefits from Arctic melting, such as access to minerals or better navigable navigation routes . ] AMERICAN MAYORISME IMPORTANT CLIMATE CHANGE IS RESULTS OF THE BODY
For comparison, the United States nominal GDP, representing the value of all goods and services, is estimated at up to $ 20 trillion this year. The GDP of the EU was $ 1
Scientists have warned for years that a warm climate will have global consequences that may include levels of sea rise, heavy storms, and more pervasive fires and droughts.
"We have weaknesses in front of us," Dmitry Yumashev of Lancaster University told The Guardian. "We have technology and policy instruments to limit the heating but we do not move fast."
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