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2019年05月27日 10:47:47     作者:admin     分类:我们的头条     阅读次数:154    

据BBC及CNN报导:英国一项最新研讨显现,假如碳排继续现在的水平,格陵兰和南极洲的冰层将加快消融,2100年全球海平面最坏状况下将上升2米,上海、伦敦、纽约未来都或许遭到要挟

依据这项研讨,全球海平面的实践上升速率或许远远超越以往的估量。

按这个速度开展,滨海三角洲的大城市面对要挟,一些国家或许不再适合寓居,这或许导致近2亿人颠沛流离

Global sea levels could rise by two meters and displace tens of millions of people by the end of the century, according to new projections that double the UN's benchmark estimates.

The vast ice sheets of Greenland and Antarctica contain enough frozen water to lift the world's oceans a dozen of meters. The expansion of water as oceans warm also contributes to sea level rise.

曩昔长期以来的观点是,到2100年,全球海平面将最多上升近1米。但新的研讨猜测, 其上升的实践速率将是猜测的2倍

联合国政府间气候变化专门委员会(IPCC)2013至2014年发布的第五次评价陈述称,假如不大起伏削减排放,地球的继续变暖将使全球水平面在2100年升高52厘米至98厘米之间。

The United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) said it's 2013 Fifth Assessment Report that under current emissions trajectories – a "business-as-usual" scenario known as RCP8.5 – would likely rise by up to one meter by 2100.

That prediction has since been viewed as conservative, as the levels of planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise year on year, and satellites show accelerated rates of melt-off from massive ice sheets atop Antarctica and Greenland.

A group of the world's leading ice scientists this week released an expert judgment on the situation, drawing on their own experience and observations.

While there was still a significant margin of error, they found it "plausible" that under the business-as-usual emissions scenario, sea-level rises could exceed two meters by 2100.

但是,许多专家以为,因为温室气体排放量每年都在添加,这是一个极于保存的估量

IPCC 2013年的陈述只考虑了“有或许”发作的工作,从科学视点来说,这意味着他们研讨了17%-83%的或许性。

而这项新的研讨调查了更广泛的概率成果,涵盖了5%至95%的猜测。

新陈述的作者以为,这种状况将对地球发生巨大的影响。

假如海平面上升两米,全国际将失掉相当于179万平方公里的陆地面积— 这相当于法国、德国、西班牙和英国的陆地面积总数。

遭到影响的人数会高出大约200倍 – 估量将导致约1.8亿人无家可归。

The authors said the area of land lost to the ocean could be equivalent to that of France, Germany, Spain and Britain combined and would displace more than 180 million people. "A sea-level rise of this magnitude would clearly have profound consequences for humanity," they said.

'The true risks'

The Paris climate deal, struck between nations in 2015, aims to limit global temperature rises to well below two degrees Celsius (3.6 Fahrenheit) and encourages countries to work towards a 1.5C cap.

In October, the IPCC released a landmark climate report that called for a drastic and immediate drawdown in coal, oil and gas consumption in order to arrest the rapid rise in the levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.

That report, however, did not include revised estimates of sea level rise. Earth has already heated 1C since pre-industrial times, contributing roughly 3mm to sea levels each year. The authors of the new study, released Monday in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, argue that the IPCC's sea-level rise prediction was too constrained by focusing on what was "likely" to happen.

At wider probabilities – five-95 percent likelihood – they found that under 2C of warming seas could rise 36-126 cm by 2100. In a world that has warmed by 5C – unlikely but certainly not impossible given projected fossil fuel demand in the coming decades – they calculated a five percent risk of sea levels surpassing two meters higher, topping out at 238 cm.

Willy Aspinall, from the University of Bristol's School of Earth Sciences, said he hoped the study could provide policymakers with a more accurate worst-case scenario "crucial for robust decision making."

"Limiting attention to the 'likely' range, as was the case in the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report, may be misleading and will likely lead to a poor evaluation of the true risks," he added.

从“气候变化”到“气候危机”,“全球加热”替代“全球变暖”,有外媒已开端在报导全球环境问题时改动用语,标明气候问题严峻程度。

《卫报》在其最新版的写作格局攻略中,引入了一些他们以为能更精确描绘国际所面对环境危机的术语。

写作格局攻略是记者编写、修改和英语运用的规范参照。在《卫报》新的攻略中, “气候变化” (climate change)被替换为“气候紧急状况/危机/崩盘”(climate emergency, crisis or breakdown),而“全球变暖”(global warming)的表述也得到了强化,变为“全球加热”(global heating )

《卫报》主编表明:“咱们期望保证在科学上愈加精确,一起在这个非常重要的问题上与读者清楚地交流……越来越多的气候科学家和安排,从联合国到气象局,正在改动他们的术语,用更强硬的言语描绘咱们所在的白热化的状况。”

When it comes to climate coverage, the Guardian is also making headlines by changing its language in order to more accurately reflect the science and the extent to which climate issues escalate and worsen. The move, though seen as polarizing by observers, recommends using a more critical language, and less passive and gentle terms describing the environment in its recently updated style guide, such as "climate emergency, crisis or breakdown" instead of "climate change," and "global heating" rather than "global warming.”

卫报并不是第一个敞开媒体应当怎么评论气候变化的论题的安排。

上一年 12 月,担任英国气象局气候研讨的理查德·贝茨( Richard Betts )教授表明,“全球加热” 是一个比“全球变暖” 更精确的术语。而在政界,英国国会议员最近同意了工党宣告的“气候紧急状况”。

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