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Sources: Solving the climate crisis
Problem We are at a defining moment in history, face to face with the global emergency that is climate change . Every day we don’t take action, the climate crisis becomes more difficult to solve, costly and urgent. The effects are unprecedented in scope and scale with enormous threat for the environment, wildlife, economic and global development, and human lives and health [2-6]. Climate change has the potential to end human civilisation.
Facts and Figures
Earth's average temperature increased about 1º C during the 20th century .
Between 2030 and 2050, climate change is expected to cause approximately 250,000 additional deaths per year, from malnutrition, malaria, diarrhea and heat stress alone .
The global sea level average increased by 19 cm and is expected to rise 40–63 cm by 2100 resulting in storm surges and high tides [9,10].
Solution Tackling climate change is only feasible if educators, world leaders, policymakers, citizens, and civil society come together . International campaigns and agreements are crucial in developing climate policies, such as supporting clean energy to reduce greenhouse gases and increase energy efficiency [12,13]. As for world citizens, raising awareness on climate change empowers clean choices on transportation, food, and energy use, resulting in reduced individual carbon footprint . The organisations you will support by donating to this appeal, work towards implementing these solutions.