Climate Change impacts are moving fast towards a global dangerously heat up of the planet over the next 5 decades. Major cities around the world could become uninhabitable because of irreversible man-made climate change within the coming few decades. The changing temperatures could render some nations uninhabitable with uncontrollable migration across borders. Camilo Mora and his team predict that in about a decade, Kingston, Jamaica, will probably be off-the-charts hot — permanently, Singapore in 2028, Mexico City in 2031, Cairo in 2036, Phoenix and Honolulu in 2043 as global warming takes hold.
The study from the University of Hawaii published online Wednesday in the journal Nature predicts that even if we utilized all resources to stop and halt our current carbon emissions, the changes are irrevocable and can only be postponed. Climate Departure maps show the cities that will suffer from irrevocable climate change. Ecosystems across the world would, also, regularly experience never-seen heat environments, such results are based on about 150 years of record-keeping.