A more likely scenario if humans do not significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, he added, would be a world in which some places disappear below sea level, many others become too hot for humans to comfortably inhabit, and hazards like heat waves, droughts and storms become more common.
Some also note that climate change data are already being recorded by scientists and other researchers.
“It’s not easily accessible or comprehensible to most people,” Daniel Kevles, a historian of science at Yale University . . .
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