Five hottest years from 2023 to 2027 were promised and tourism climatologists. And this is a wake-up call. Apparently, the Paris Agreement to “keep efforts” to limit the increase in global temperature to 1.5°C did not achieve a result – the rate of temperature increase will exceed this level. That the region threatens with unpleasant consequences for many countries, including resorts.
According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Climate Change Synthesis Report 2023, global greenhouse gas emissions continued to rise at an unprecedented level between 2010 and 2019, driven by lifestyles, consumption habits and production in the regions. As a result, the researchers say that the probability of exceeding the global warming threshold of 1.5 degrees between 2023 and 2027 is 66%. According to experts, 2023-2027, that is, the next 5 years, will be the warmest measured years.
“Human-induced climate change has adversely affected weather patterns and climate conditions in many parts of the world. This has had wide-ranging negative impacts on food and water security, health, the economy and society. Temperatures above 1.5°C herald many more severe weather events, such as longer heat waves, stronger storms and wildfires,” they warned. researchers.
Also, in their opinion, climate change has had a negative impact on food security, and has affected water security. As a result, there is a risk of increased water scarcity in arid regions. “It is estimated that half of the world's population experiences acute water shortages at some time of the year,” the researchers note. And by the way, this includes “resort” countries and regions.
“In cities, climate change also has a negative impact on people's health, livelihoods and basic infrastructure. Rising temperatures in cities increase air pollution and limit infrastructure operation. Climate change is causing economic losses and disruption of services. Climate change also negatively affects people's physical and mental health. The economic consequences that may be associated with climate change affect people's lives and cause socio-economic consequences,” the researchers also say.
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