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CLAIMATE CHANGE INDUCED HEATWAVES

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This is very concerning 

 

Seventy-four percent of the world's population will be exposed to deadly heatwaves by 2100 if carbon gas emissions continue to rise at current rates, according to a study published in Nature Climate Change. Even if emissions are aggressively reduced, the percent of the world's human population affected is expected to reach 48 percent.

University of Hawaii at Manoa. "Deadly heatwaves expected to continue to rise." ScienceDaily. www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/06/170619120507.htm    (accessed June 21, 2017).

 

there is not much of a plan to do anything much here

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~ Is “Claimate” in the heading supposed to be “Climate”?

 

What does it mean: “there is not much of a plan to do anything much here”?

 

In Sydney?

 

Tom K.

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sorry for the typo in the heading 

 

Australia  has a modest reduction target  

 

the prime minister has just downgraded climate change in the future energy plans, cost and reliability are foremost

 

observing the news  many  nations have modest  reduction targets  which don't appear to be treated seriously

 

the existing energy extravagant use is the cause and  there is a problem changing  from current practices    

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~ @COSMIC RHINO

 

Excellent reply!

 

Thank you for taking the time to help me to better understand the realities in Australia.

 

Tom K.

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