- Why do we have to limit climate change?
- What are some ways you have in mind to limit climate change?
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- disaster /dih-ZAS-ter/
[verb] – to take something in, especially gradually
The drug is absorbed quickly into the bloodstream.
[noun] – a series of actions that you take in order to achieve a result
The process has three distinct stages.
[verb] – to start using a plan or system
Changes to the national health system will be implemented the following year.
[verb] – to guess or calculate the cost, size, value, etc. of something
They estimate the trip to take at least two weeks.
[noun] – (an event that results in) great harm, damage, death, or serious difficulty
Everything seemed to be going smoothly until disaster hit.
First, the bad news: even if all of the countries’ carbon-cutting measures were fully implemented by the end of 2020, the world would still warm by 3.2 degrees Celsius this century. Antonio Guterres, the UN Secretary-General, has expressed his unhappiness with the discovery. Our planet would experience enormous heatwaves, terrifying storms, and widespread water shortages as a result of such a rise in temperature. Analysts estimate that the world must limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius or less this century to avoid disaster.
- Based on the article, what have the UN scientists developed?
- What does IPCC stand for?
- What is the bad news mentioned in the article?
- Who is the UN Secretary-General?
- What would the planet experience as a result of such a rise in temperature?
- What was the worst catastrophe you have experienced? Could you tell me something about it?
- What measures are being implemented in your country to limit climate change?
- If you were to implement a law to instantly solve the climate change issue, what would it be? Why?
- Do you agree with the IPCC review?
- How is climate change affecting the planet? Please elaborate on your answer.