Global warming is now in our lives, according to climate scientists, rising polar temperatures and the rapid melting of glaciers have already begun to affect North America, Europe, and Asia, where millions of people live.
Explaining that snowstorms, intense winter heat, and flood disasters are related to rising temperatures, scientists explain that important changes have taken place in the atmosphere and that this is especially affecting the regions where human beings live as crowds.
Attention – “Climate Change” has already begun!
Did you know that the north ice cover has been shrinking since the 1970s? Furthermore, it has already lost a third of its volume? Lately, the temperatures measured in the polar region of Russia, above 33 to 20 degrees centigrade, shocked scientists. You can see here the highest temperatures recorded in Europe.
According to Professor Jennifer Francis of the Arctic climate expert at Rutgers University, ice levels have reached their lowest level in history in recent years. Furthermore, indicating that this warming of the ice is impossible not to affect the climate, Francis says that the effects of the current sudden climate breakdown will increase exponentially and that this change in the ice will trigger climate changes in the south.
Let us put aside the facts that everyone knows about global warming. We know that the whole world is under the effect of global warming. Which countries are most affected by global warming? Why are these countries affected? Did you know? Let us explain.
Countries Most Affected by Global Warming
The least affected countries: Chad, Eritrea, Burundi, DR Congo, Central African Republic, Sudan, Nigeria, Haiti, Afghanistan, Guinea-Bissau.
The most affected are: Norway, New Zealand, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Australia, United Kingdom, United States of America, Germany, Iceland.
In our map, we showed 10 countries that were most affected by global warming and the least affected 10 countries. Did you realize that the most affected countries are the poorest countries?
In fact, it has no relation with with development and money. Furthermore, the impact of these 10 countries in global warming is 2% in total. However, since 2010, these countries have reported more than 50 deaths each year in connection with rising temperatures.
Will the world enter the “Little Ice Age” in 2021?
British scientists have reported that the decline of the energy waves in the Sun could cause the Earth to enter a mini ice age from 2021 to 2050.
Valentina Zharkova, a professor of mathematics at the University of Northumbria in England, said that Earth is on the verge of a mini-ice age. Furthermore, Zharkova and his team have developed a model that allows for future mathematical forecasting of global climate change. According to new calculations, it is expected that the sun’s magnetic waves will decrease and this will cause a serious drop in air temperatures, especially in 2021-50. The research team estimates that there will be a similar period of time between the 15th and 19th centuries, periodically called ‘Little Ice Age’.