The Human Toll of Climate Change
Just today the southern part of Australia woke up with a gigantic iceberg, nearly twice the size of Hong Kong, next to its coast...and for how incredible this event this is right now, it may become more and more normal if the sea temperatures keep rising.
There is a new visual tool that provides scientific information on climate change's threats.
The new tool is a map that shows information gathered from a variety of different sources, and place them geographically in order to highlight areas of concern. The map also includes data on weather distasters happened since 2000... and even if there isn't a direct connection yet between these disasters and climate changing, it is undeniable that their frequency and intensity is increasing.
The first goal of the map, besides informing on the present situation , is to be able to properly respond and be ready for new disasters. It is fundamental to build a greener world for future generations, however the situation is so currently compromised that to reinforce infrastructure and disaster readiness, among other steps, seems crucial.
Take a look at the map clicking on the link below, spread the word, and take action!