As per the current statistics, the liquid, water and the frozen occupy the major parts of the Earth. The oceans cover 2/3rd of the entire Earth, and the ice covers another 10th. Everything is about to change as the current survey blames the climate change, says the assessment by the United Nations.
The world is on the verge of the climate crisis as said by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The entire planet temperature has experienced a hike by 1 degree Celsius during the preindustrial times. As per the pas records, the month of July this year was the hottest month ever. It is also said that if the negative actions go beyond control, then the world might experience a temperature hike of 2.5 degree Celsius above preindustrial levels.
The sea levels are also rising as a result of climate change. A survey mentions that the sea level has experienced a rise of 0.2 meters since the 1800s. As a result of which, the coastal cities experience regular flooding due to high tides in the sea. It is eventually disrupting the wildlife and the communities.
Nerilie Abram, a paleoclimatologist at Australian National University, Canberra states that the ocean is experiencing drastic changes which are beyond control. The oceans are warming in depths, and the heat waves are increasing. The new assessment also states that if the greenhouse gas emissions are not controlled, then the sea level is expected to rise to 1.1 meters in coming time.
Without any necessary action taken, within the next 30 years, the world will experience destructive storms every year.