Wednesday, December 05, 2012

World Bank: Trace amounts of CO2 might cause Arab night-time temperatures to go up by 6 degrees C. in the next 38 years

Time to take actions is now: World Bank
On current trends, average temperatures in Arab countries are likely to rise by as much as three degrees Celsius (5.4 Fahrenheit) by 2050 — and double that for night-time temperatures, said the report released at UN climate talks in Doha.
It will affect livelihoods—causing a cumulative drop in household incomes of about seven percent in Syria and Tunisia and 24 percent in Yemen, said the report.

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