Heat Wave

US and Europe to experience Heat Wave because of extreme weather conditions has increased across our country this month as temperatures remain in the northern hemisphere due to the humanitarian crisis, according to a new analysis published on Tuesday. According to a quick analysis by the

World Weather Attribution Initiative, the “scorching hell” region of the United States and Southern Europe is “almost impossible” without climate change, which has increased temperatures in China by at least 50 times.

WWA, an international team of scientists working to assess the role of climate change in climate, spent a week studying the horrific heat that swept through the northern hemisphere in July, destroying crops and animals, causing fires, increasing stress, and killing people on our continent. In Death Valley, this month temperatures exceeded 128 degrees Fahrenheit (53.3 degrees Celsius), and Phoenix recorded 25 consecutive days of temperatures exceeding 110 degrees Fahrenheit (43.3 degrees Celsius).
3 degrees Celsius).

Earlier this month, China recorded the highest temperature in the country at 52.2 degrees Celsius. In Europe, the temperature in the region of Spain and Italy was close to the European record of 48.8 degrees Celsius (119 degrees Celsius), beating the local record.

To understand how climatic conditions affected the occurrence and intensity of this July heat wave, the WWA team compared climate data and computer models with past climates and the current global climate, now 2 degrees warmer than before.

“They discovered that the role of climate change is very complex,” says Friedrich Otto, senior lecturer in climate science at Imperial College London’s Grantham Institute for Climate Change and Environment. These heat wave would be rare if people didn’t burn oil, coal, and carbon monoxide to warm the world, Otto told reporters on Monday. But as the world continues to burn fossil fuels, these are rare, he said.

Analyzes show that in today’s climate, the United States and Mexico should experience global warming every 15 years, Southern Europe every 10 years, and China every 5 years.

Scientists have found that climate change is not only causing violence, it is making them even hotter.

shows that global warming pollution caused a 2.5°C heat wave in Europe, a 2°C heat wave in North America, and a 1°C Chinese heat wave.

More than 100 people have died from the heat in Mexico since March, with hospitalizations sharply increasing from the US to Italy as people struggle to cope with the heat.

The authors said that the organization urgently needs to reduce pollution in the world. But they also urged countries and cities to reform health, urban planning, and energy, and to make contingency plans to be more effective in the heat that climate change has already covered.

Richard Allen, a professor of climate science at the University of Reading in England, who was not involved in the study, said climate change determines where and when these heat waves will be located.

“But warming is increasing small amounts of heat to levels that would not be possible without heat from fossil fuel greenhouse gas emissions.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *