One Possible Future Before 2050 Confirms The World Leading Climate Scientists


The Global Warming of 1.5°C report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change led by leading Climate Scientists in the world, confirms the need to maintain the strongest commitment to the Paris Agreement’s aims of limiting global warming to well below 2°C and pursuing efforts towards 1.5°C. Climate change has made a huge impact in today’s world. With the glaciers melting in the North Pole and deforestation taking place around the world, it is quite evident that we have made space for a disastrous climatic change to take place and the IPCC

Report Confirms it. Over the last Centuries the Indian Ocean has been warming at a faster rate than other oceans in the world. The change of the temperature is between 0.7 0C to 1.2 0C, while the global mean change is put in to a 10C perspective.


Especially the Indian Ocean has warmed two to three times faster than the central Tropical pacific this warming is partly because of the increase in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Additionally, the Indian Ocean is landlocked in the north, unlike the Pacific and Atlantic restricting the oceans’ circulation from spreading out heat to the poles. This would lead to temperamental Monsoon and also affect the food web. Long days of drought with extreme rainfall that destroys the paddy field and deal to below the Agriculture industry. Fishing Industry too will take a hit because of decline in the phytoplankton a microscopic plants that are the basic building blocks of the food web.

The change in the Ocean Temperature could result in fish migrating to cooler water that would result in their extinction. The warming of the Indian Ocean will take a fall on food security. Not just for the South-East Asia but the entire world.

Today one of the major industries which puts out the greenhouse effecting gases are the Fossil fuel Industry and the Nuclear Power Plantation. The power production for South-East Asia area region is mostly produced by these two major Industries. As we all know the world have reached the top rungs of the technology which has created a new path that could produce electricity in effective and efficient way. This would lead to the most successful ways of producing electricity which are Wind Mill and solar power.

During the past few years’ catastrophic changes in the atmosphere has led to an increase in temperature and the time variation for monsoon changes mostly in the tropical countries. The time has rapid risen for an energy transition that would impact the entire world and especially South-East Asia Region. As you know the nature has changed we as the Citizens of the world have to adopt to its changes for the Survival of Human Race.

By looking at the phenomena we can use light energy as a main raw material to implement the Solar Power plantation which would be the ideal way to produce electricity. For example, limiting warming to 1.5°C rather than 2°C could result in 420 million fewer people being exposed to severe heatwaves. There are many human lives affected by the cause and the future generation would also undergo such a situation that would lead to human extinction.

The report clearly provides an assessment of the latest science on global warming of 1.5°C as opposed to warming of 2ºC. The difference between these two digits, a mere half of a degree, may not sound like much. But the IPCC projects that a 2°C rise in the global average temperature would lead to worse global and regional climate impacts.

According to the IPCC’s report, limiting warming to 1.5°C is possible, but requires unprecedented transitions in all aspects of society. To minimize future global warming, we will need to achieve zero net emissions by mid-century 2050. This in turn will require us to rapidly and huge transition the world’s economy onto such a pathway. Over the next 10 to 20 years we must transform our energy, agricultural, urban and industrial systems, engage non-party stakeholders, and integrate climate action into the broader public policy framework that also addresses jobs, security and technology.

Tackling climate change can also be consistent with ensuring people around the world are healthy, prosperous, have food, clean air and water. Agriculture, water, energy, biodiversity, public health, cities – every sector addressed by the UN Sustainable Development Goals influences, and is influenced by, the climate. Everything is connected. Climate action towards 1.5°C can be a significant step towards achieving the SDGs.

The global response includes emissions reductions and adapting to the impacts of climate change. Many developing countries need technological, financial and capacity building support to make their contribution to the global effort.

In the intergovernmental process under the Paris Agreement, this implies the clear need to work towards speedily implementing countries’ Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs). In their NDCs, countries detail what they will contribute to the global response to climate change.

We need 1/3 of Global Financing should be shifted to Climate Financing. Enough of talks and sessions lets act now together to save the humanity. I Strongly believe that we are the first generation to feel the impact of climate change and the last generation that could do something to create One Possible Future by 2050.