The growing prevalence of climate change related extreme weather events in countries around the world closely matches what was is being predicted by climate scientists.
The International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the World Meteorological Association, and other groups have documented global warming trends. We know for a fact that the world is getting warmer with each succeeding year; 2016 being documented as the warmest year on record.
In country after country the effects of climate-change induced extreme weather is being critically felt. Climate change is affecting country plans for economic development and growth, eroding basic infrastructure, ruining the livelihoods of millions of people, affecting health and taking peoples’ lives.
No country or region is being spared. For example, in the Americas we see severe flooding in Argentina, multi-year droughts in Northeast Brazil and in the State of California in the United States, devastating wildfires in the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta, Canada, and a Category 5 hurricane in Mexico.
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