Just one day having started the global meeting of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in Paris, predictions about the content of the report on global warming in the next five years to be presented on Friday is hardly encouraging: during the next 100 years the pace of global warming will double.

“This new report will have no good news: It is a confirmation of everything that we have been saying for a long time, but with more additional risks,” judged the French climatologist Herve Le Treut statements on radio, according to the official agency Telam.

Thus, at the opening was recalled that in 2001 estimated a possible rise in the planet’s average temperature of between 1.4 and 5.8 degrees until 2100, but now believe it will be between 2 and 4.5 degrees, with double concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere over the pre-industrial era. With expectations like these, it is estimated that the final report will cover risks not considered so far.

He also reiterated that in recent years, scientists warned incessantly about the dangers of global warming, due to the effects of the gases that cause the so-called “greenhouse effect”.

During the conclave, more than 500 experts protagonists of intense negotiations to discuss and negotiate an agreement that should give the finishing touches to the so-called “summary for those responsible.” The aim is to alert policy on the aggravation and acceleration of

In this regard, the chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel, to Rajendra Pachauri, declared his wish that this report “a shock lead in public opinion and encourage governments to act more seriously.”

The meeting, which will have its second day today, takes place at the headquarters of the Organization of the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco), and analyzes the fourth scientific report produced by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate change , Which consists of some thousand pages and will be published on February 2.

Sources: Perfil News

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