A Massachusetts Institute of Technology study reveals that numerous countries will likely be uninhabitable in a few years because of global warming.
Temperatures are also rising in the summer of 2022, but if you look at climate predictions, the temperature rise is no cause for celebration. According to a report by researchers at Wageningen University in the Netherlands, published in the scientific journal PNAS, some 3.5 billion people are expected to suffer from extreme heat in 50 years. That’s almost half the world’s population.
Which countries are we talking about?
According to the study, all of these people would live in areas with an average temperature above 29° C. This means that global warming will increase by more than 50 percent. That means global warming could make some parts of the world uninhabitable by 2070.
According to the study, northern China is one of the biggest losers in the climate crisis. Nearly 400 million people currently live in the region around Beijing alone. The temperature in this area could rise sharply, making northern China the hottest part of the world by 2070.
Along with China, Bangladesh is also under severe threat. The steadily growing population will have to struggle fiercely with the consequences. In addition to intense heat, flooding is also expected to be commonplace. Life-threatening climate change
According to the report, climate change could assume proportions that could also become life-threatening for humans.
The increase in temperatures and humidity in summer could reach a level where the human organism can no longer survive without protection.
Dhaka, Bangladesh’s capital with a population of over 11 million, could be wholly swallowed up by water by 2070.
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