Extreme Weather in Europe Could Kill 152,000 a Year by 2100

Scientists have once again forecasted a gloom outlook for the state of nations in the darkening cloud that is global warming. By 2100, extreme weather in Europe could kill up to 152,000 people a year with heat waves as the main culprit. The report by the European Commission’s Joint Research Center also found that two in three people would be affected by disasters by 2100, … Continue reading Extreme Weather in Europe Could Kill 152,000 a Year by 2100

Parts of Asia Could be Uninhabitable by 2100

More than one-fifth of the world’s population is under threat due to global warming, new research suggests. Northern India, Bangladesh and southern Pakistan would be the hardest regions hit by summer heat waves which would be impossible to survive without protection. This part of the world is home to some of the poorest communities who would be unable to survive such heat. However, lowering carbon … Continue reading Parts of Asia Could be Uninhabitable by 2100