A multi-institutional study has recently come out with new research that studied the temporary slowdown of rising temperatures around the Earth.
Over the course of the last few years, the growth of Antarctica’s sea ice was well documented while the Arctic has experienced ice melt. Different accounts have been given for the paradox at Earth’s poles.
A national group called Our Children’s Trust has made serious progress in their fight against climate change in April, when a judge in Eugene, Oregon turned down government motions for dismissals and recommended that the federal government must take further, immediate actions to combat greenhouse gas emissions and associated climate changes which threaten future generations.
Another kind of refugee situation is growing, one that has nothing to do with politics or wars that displaces people almost indiscriminately, and without regard to factors other than geographic circumstance. This is climate change, and the people who are displaced by rising tides and devastating weather changes are climate refugees.