Parts of Earth Inhabitable by 2100?

by ChadScarsini on September 18, 2017 - 3:00pm

Although it is brought to our attention at many occurrences throughout the year on the news and at social events, the message never seems to come across. By 2100 the time might actually come that human beings will no longer be able to survive on this very planet in parts of South-Asia.

Tracy Staedter has studied many scientific sources over the years and has come to a conclusion that we have all been denying since the very first day the statement was brought to us. Human activity has pushed our planet to its last thread of strength and is now succumbing to its weaknesses. As she hints in her article, Tracy Staedter explains that temperatures are exceeding human capacity and as a result these parts of South-Asia will simply be inhabitable. All sources of food, water and shelter will be extinct. As recent heat waves weren’t sufficient hints from our planet that climate change is an actual problem by claiming thousands of lives every year, this article provides statistical facts on how by 2100 its consequences will be felt.

Humans may think they are attempting to make a change it is not sufficient. For those who have all which is needed to survive may not feel the effects of climate change but those who work everyday outdoors certainly do. South-Asia may only be the beginning of what is to come with climate change, as when it affects us it may be too late.       

For more details about the article follow the link provided: https://www.livescience.com/60059-south-asia-may-become-too-hot-to-survi...

Comments

Hi ChadScarsini,
The title of your article brought my attention right away. I found relevant that you decide to write on this topic since environment is a recurrent subject in 2017. Also, many of us are afraid to face the consequences of human activity on Earth. Your article describes one of the important consequences we will probably have to face in 2100 and this is very captivating. I think you made your point clear and summed up the article pretty well. It would have been interesting that you add few statistics to support your point. Overall, I really enjoyed reading your post and you encouraged me to read the whole article.
If you want to know a little bit more on environmental change in 2100, I suggest you to read the article below. It explains some consequences of human activity in 2100 and later.
https://ourworld.unu.edu/en/climate-change-what-happens-after-2100

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