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More than 11,000 Scientists Declare a Climate Emergency

More than 11,000 Scientists Declare a Climate Emergency




 More than 11,000 scientists from 153 countries have declared a state of emergency in relation to climate change. According to an article published in the Science Journal of BioScience, these scientists signed a statement. Unsurprisingly, the planet Earth is facing an environmental emergency.
According to scientists, climate change is taking place much sooner than expected. Scientists have also outlined six strategies for controlling global warming.


This article, "World Scientists' Warning of a Climate Emergency," was published the day after the Trump administration's separation of the United States from the Paris Agreement. The Paris Agreement is signed by 188 nations, describing the fight against climate change.

Earlier, many European cities have also declared an Emergency Emergency. New York City Council and San Francisco have done the same. Both of these cities have also passed bills through the House of Representatives and the Senate.

 More than 11,000 scientists from 153 countries have declared a state of emergency in relation to climate change. According to an article published in the Science Journal of BioScience, these scientists signed a statement. Unsurprisingly, the planet Earth is facing an environmental emergency.
According to scientists, climate change is taking place much sooner than expected. Scientists have also outlined six strategies for controlling global warming.

This article, "World Scientists' Warning of a Climate Emergency," was published the day after the Trump administration's separation of the United States from the Paris Agreement. The Paris Agreement is signed by 188 nations, describing the fight against climate change.

Earlier, many European cities have also declared an Emergency Emergency. New York City Council and San Francisco have done the same. Both of these cities have also passed bills through the House of Representatives and the Senate.



 

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