The world is getting hotter and the world’s leaders are trying to make the world a better place.
However, the planet’s climate is far from perfect and there are many other factors that affect the planet, from the ocean, to the land, to human activity, to even the air.
The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has released its first assessment of the climate system, which shows the world is moving towards more extreme weather events.
Here’s what you need to know about climate change and the effects of global warming.
The climate is warming The climate has been warming for hundreds of years, and it’s only recently that scientists started noticing a warming trend.
The Intergovernmental panel on climate change has a new report saying the planet is warming, and this is mostly due to human activities, such as deforestation and pollution.
But some scientists argue that the trend is real and we’re on track to see more extreme events like drought, wildfires, and more extreme heat waves.
There are also more extreme extreme weather patterns that could become more common in the future.
“Climate change is real,” said Robert L. Higgs, professor of earth sciences at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
“It’s not just the result of humans.
The report also says that the Earth is on track for more extreme and frequent storms, flooding, heat waves, and droughts. “
If we don’t change, there will be extreme weather in the coming decades.”
The report also says that the Earth is on track for more extreme and frequent storms, flooding, heat waves, and droughts.
“The impacts of climate change will be felt far beyond our borders,” the report says.
“We have to start adapting to the consequences of climate disruption now.”
Rising sea levels are making life harder for people in coastal areas Climate change also has an impact on coastal areas, including coastal cities like New York City.
The report says there are more extreme flooding events in New York, which has experienced more than 60 percent more flooding in the past two years than any other year since 1990.
New York has been hit particularly hard by rising sea levels, which have led to many homes underwater and a growing number of people living below the poverty line.
The city has had more than 2.2 inches of sea level rise, and the average home has been affected by more than 5 inches.
New Yorkers are worried about their future.
As the report notes, it will be even more difficult for many people living in coastal cities.
“When people are underwater, they can’t get water,” said Higgs.
“They can’t swim or do other activities.
And they can only live for so long.”
And even if the city can make its waterworks and other infrastructure better, New York’s vulnerability will only get worse as sea levels rise.
“There are a lot of people who are already underwater and will be underwater in a few years,” said Lila Babb, a senior scientist at the Climate Solutions Network.
“And if you live in a coastal area, you’re vulnerable to the impact of rising seas.
You have a much higher risk of storm surges, and that’s going to be the worst for people living there.”
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that more than 200 million people will be affected by extreme weather like extreme heat or drought, including more than 6 million people in the United States.
We can’t stop climate change, but we can make changes to improve our climate The Intergenerational Report on Climate and Health (IGCHE) is a report by scientists from around the world that is meant to give policymakers and the general public a better understanding of how the planet will change in the next few decades.
The IGCHE says that our climate has changed for the better, but that we can and must do more to prevent more extreme climate change events.
“Current policies are not sufficient,” said John M. Loughlin, director of the Climate Change Policy Program at Columbia University.
“Our current approaches do not have the capability to prevent the worst impacts of future climate change.”
The IG, which was commissioned by the World Health Organisation (WHO), says that “climate change is a global health threat.”
But the report cautions that it is not a solution to every health problem, or even to a single health problem.
For example, climate change is not going to stop all extreme weather.
“Extreme weather events, like droughty conditions in the U.S. and flooding in parts of Europe, will likely increase,” the IGC says.
This is because more severe storms and floods will occur as a result of climate warming.
“However, these impacts can be mitigated through mitigation measures that reduce the intensity of extreme weather, including energy efficiency, reducing the use of fossil fuels, reducing energy consumption, and limiting or eliminating emissions of greenhouse gases,” the paper says.
There is no silver bullet to dealing with extreme weather that will prevent or mitigate future climate changes.
But the IG says that people can make positive choices to limit their carbon emissions, and reduce their dependence