World to get poor by 2050 amid climatic change..!?

Earth is warming faster than ever due to carbon dioxide emissions. Due to this, the climate is changing and we are facing various effects. In this situation, a report has been released that the world will go into poverty in the year 2050 due to climate change. Climate change has many impacts on our daily lives. We have been experiencing the effects of climate change for the past few years, such as drought, insufficient rainfall, excessive rainfall, and floods. In this case, a research report has been published in the scientific journal Nature. It stated that 19 percent of the world's total income will decrease by 2050 due to climate change variability. We are already facing extreme changes and impacts on income and economic growth globally. Poor people keep getting poorer and the rich keep getting richer. In this case, a statement has been issued

 The paper suggests that we will face a variety of problems, including food shortages, due to extreme weather changes. It has been estimated that by 2050, the global economy will face a loss of US$ 38 billion due to increased global temperature, extreme rainfall, and more frequent weather events. This thesis emphasizes that the world must take serious measures to prevent the consequences that we are going to face due to climate change. The study also reports that higher latitudes may not have large impacts. It is reported that it will have a big impact on the people living in the low latitude region and the countries there. Bank Holiday lok sabha Election: Banks will remain closed in these states The GoodReturns study warned that incomes in these North American and european countries could drop by 11%, and in South Asia and Africa by 22%, due to climate change variability. Climate change is becoming a threat to humanity. Coastal cities and island nations are at risk of drowning due to melting glaciers and rising sea levels. The demand that the world countries, especially the developed countries, should take action to solve this problem has been put forward for many years.

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