• UKRAINE: Situation report day 86 (Graphic)
  • FOOD SECURITY: Fertilizer crisis (Graphic DUE May 20, 12:00GMT)
  • SOCCER: Premier League set for dramatic final day (Graphic DUE May 20, 17:00GMT)
  • SOCCER: Premier League Final Day fixtures, May 22 (Graphic DUE May 20, 17:00GMT)
  • F1: Monaco GP 2022 interactive (Interactive DUE May 20, 18:00GMT)
  • For full details of graphics available/in preparation, see Menu -> Planners
 COP26 – Prognostizierte globale Emissionen infographic
Graphic Charts projizieren globale Emissionen unter verschiedenen Reduktions Schemata in Verbindung zu unterschiedlichen Temperaturanstiegen.
GN41831DE

KLIMA

Prognostizierte globale Emissionen beeinflussen Temperaturanstieg

By Ninian Carter

October 31, 2021 - November 12, 2021 - Die COP26 Konferenz richtet sich an die von Menschen verursachte globale Erwärmung um eine globale Katastrophe zu verhindern. Wenn die derzeitigen Praktiken nicht radikal geändert werden könnte die globale Temperatur um 3.1°C über vor-industrielles Niveau steigen.COP26 ist die 26. Klimawandel-Konferenz der Vereinten Nationen - dieses Jahr findet sie in Glasgow, Schottland, vom 31. Oktober bis 12. November statt.

For COP26, 200 countries are being asked what their plans are to cut emissions by 2030.

In 2015, most nations agreed to make changes to keep global warming below 2°C above pre-industrial levels – and to try and aim for 1.5°C – thus avoiding a forecast climate catastrophe. This meeting has become widely known as the “Paris Agreement”.

The world is becoming warmer, largely because of fossil fuel emissions caused by humans. As a result, extreme weather events linked to climate change such as heatwaves, floods and forest fires are becoming more and more common.

China’s commitment in particular is crucial as it is the world’s biggest polluter due to its reliance and investment in coal power stations.

Australia too is the world’s top coal exporter, and although outwardly committing to the Paris Agreement, it has since resisted committing to net-zero by 2050, unlike the UK and United States.

Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison, has even cast doubt on attending the event at all, and has been criticised for showing a lack of enthusiasm for tackling climate change.

Sources
PUBLISHED: 29/09/2021; STORY: Graphic News
Advertisement