Australia’s extreme weather is deteriorating due to climate change: scientists

Australia’s extreme weather is deteriorating due to climate change: scientists

Sydney: Climate change is already making Australia happy with extreme bushes, droughts and cyclones, and fossil fuel dependencies should worsen for the time to come, according to the country’s top science and weather agencies.
The government’s top science body, CSIRO, and its Bureau of Materialsology, released a report on Friday that outlined an exciting future for the nation of the vast continent, its hottest and record in 2019-2020 The following year was destroyed.
The Blazes burned an area approximately the size of the United Kingdom, killing 33 people, killing or displacing nearly three billion animals, and costing the economy an estimated US $ 7 billion.
Jackie Brown, director of the CSIRO Climate Science Center, told public broadcaster ABC, “Ten or 20 years from now, we won’t say that 2019 was really hot – 2019 will always be normal. There will be nothing extraordinary about 2019. ”
“Indeed, in the next century, this decade will seem quieter.”
The State of the Climate Report, which appears every two years, found less rain falling in Australia’s southwest and bushfire-ravaged southeast, even in the north – a rise Years affected by major floods and devastating tropical cyclones.
Australia has warmed an average of 1.44 degrees Celsius (2.59 degrees Fahrenheit) since 1910, scientists said, targeting the final Paris agreement to keep global warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Over the same period, the oceans have warmed to about one degree Celsius, causing acidification and more frequent ocean thermostats, the report continued.
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef has suffered three major coral bleaching events over five years, losing half its moong since 1995 as sea temperatures climbed.
The report noted that sea levels would continue to rise in line with global trends, while tropical cyclones continued to become less frequent but more intense.
“Climate change is happening now and will continue to happen,” Brown told ABC.
CSIRO first called on Australia to become a “world-class clean energy and technology provider” on “abundant natural resources and comprehensive information”, putting it at odds with the conservative government, with slow-moving measures to deal with Climate change.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has repeatedly played the link between climate and bushes, and is committed to keeping Australia as one of the world’s leading fossil fuel exporters.
But the people of Australia are worried about climate change, in a recent survey SydneyThe Lowy Institute showed nearly 90 percent that it is a significant or significant threat.
Survey respondents put drought and water scarcity above the coronovirus epidemic and global economic crisis as the top threats facing the country due to climate change.

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