Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Stopping Climate Change & Saving The World's Children From A Climate Change Death.


I think what needs to be done to stop climate change is just too big for governments to handle, & the majority of people in the cities do not want to have to change their environmentally damaging lifestyles. It is easier for the governments to wait until disasters happen, & then put their energies into dealing with those individual disasters. Having said that I must point out that the Australian government never did finish helping the people after the last catastrophic climate change wildfires.
I believe the only way to stop climate change is to change society to function on a more primitive technology, & to stop the burning of fossil fuels completely & immediately. This would be a tremendous task, but I think it is the only way to save humanity from societal collapse, total chaos leading to many deaths & eventually possibly the extinction of the human race within the next 80–100 years.


Scientist's Three Scenarios For Anthropogenic Climate Change TEOTWAWKI. None Of Them Are Good.
Temperature rises threaten ocean flow catastrophe in the Atlantic
One billion people will live in insufferable heat within 50 years – study
Cop26: world on track for disastrous heating of more than 2.4C, says key report

Is it too late to save Earth from climate catastrophe?
Temperature rises threaten ocean flow catastrophe in the Atlantic

Top scientists warn of 'ghastly future of mass extinction' and climate disruption


Dire impact of climate emergency on children revealed
People under 40 will experience 'unprecedented life' of climate change disasters, study says


‘The only uncertainty is how long we’ll last’: a worst case scenario for the climate in 2050

Climate change widespread, rapid, and intensifying - IPCC
'Very grim world': Dr David Suzuki's prediction for the future

'Uninhabitable hell': Climate change and disease threaten millions
Welcome to the Anthropocene Age. Will it be the end of us?
More Frequent, Severe Climate-Fueled Disasters Exacerbate Humanitarian Crises
‘High likelihood of human civilisation coming to end’ by 2050, report finds
Human society has 90% chance of collapsing in the next few decades. But why?
Inquiry hears natural disasters likely to become more intense and frequent in future | Sky News Australia
Anthropogenic climate change accelerating faster than earlier, natural analogs - Advanced Science News
Climate change is only going to make health crises like coronavirus more frequent and worse
'My home is touched by the sea': Climate change displacing one person every two seconds, Oxfam says
'Uninhabitable Hell:' UN Report Warns of Planet's Future for Millions Without Climate Action
Are We Really Past the Point of No Return on Climate? Scientists Respond To Controversial New Study
2 °C of Warming Could Open The Floodgates For 230 Billion Tons of Carbon to Escape
Global warming is on pace for catastrophic 3.3ยบ C without drastic measures
Whatever happens … it’s the end of the world as we know it
Australia's Bushfires Burned an Area Twice the Size of Florida. Climate Change Means That's Just the Beginning, a New Report Warns
Global warming likely to increase disease risk for animals worldwide
A warning on climate and the risk of societal collapse | Letter
Global warming at 'boiling point', warns expert
As World Teeters on Brink, Over 250 Scientists and Scholars Warn of Full-Fledged 'Societal Collapse'
Climate change can disrupt food availability, reduce access to food, and affect food quality. For example, projected increases in temperatures, changes in precipitation patterns, changes in extreme weather events, and reductions in water availability may all result in reduced agricultural productivity.
Climate Impacts on Agriculture and Food Supply | US EPA
How Climate Change Will Alter Our Food
Climate Change Threatens the World’s Food Supply, United Nations Warns (Published 2019)
Climate explained: how climate change will affect food production and security
How climate change threatens food security (and why we're all at risk)