By 2030, We Will Pass The Point Where We Can Stop Runaway Climate Change
IMPACT 05/09/2018 05:01 BST By 2030, We Will Pass The Point Where We Can Stop Runaway Climate ChangeBut a big economic transformation now could bring 65 million jobs and save 700,000 from early death linked to air pollution, says a new report.
JAMES STONE VIA GETTY IMAGESA polar bear stepping onto sea ice. Melting Arctic sea ice may not only threaten the habitat of animals like polar bears but could also create areas of dark water that absorb more heat.
The world is on the cusp of a green economic renaissance that it must embrace ― or else face a nightmare future of runaway global warming, according to a report commissioned by several governments including the U.K., Norway and South Korea.