The havoc of hunger, dry diseases on the global population facing Corona Epidemic will be terrible in the coming decades. Children born in 2021 will have to face these dangers for at least the next 3 decades. A recent analysis by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warns of the same thing. According to the IPCC, the knock of the corona epidemic in 2020 shook the whole world. The distressing news in this sequence is that the coming few decades will not be easy for the global population. Malnutrition, water scarcity, infectious diseases will emerge as a major challenge to human health. Probably in view of this, developed countries have started working on the measures to deal with them in time.
The IPCC has said in its draft report that policies like promoting vegetarianism will be effective in dealing with the dangers on the health front, but they cannot be completely avoided. It will be almost impossible to control the increasing inflation due to the destruction of crops, the quality of major food grains. With modest progress in tackling global warming carbon emissions, children born in 2021 will continue to face health problems by the time they are 30 years old.
effects of climate change
IPCC’s blueprint of the impact of climate change on the earth in a report of 4 thousand pages
The threat of hunger in front of 80 million more global population will be dire in 2050
More than 80 percent of the population vulnerable to hunger in African South-East Asian countries
Farming crisis in India
The report fears that about 40 percent of the paddy producing areas in India may not be suitable for cultivation.
Disruption of the water cycle in the sub-Saharan region resulting in a decline in the yield of crops dependent on it for yield
food security at risk
Global corn production decreased by 4 percent since 1981 due to climate change
Sorghum production decreased by 15 percent in West Africa, a decline of 20 percent was seen in the yield of millet
decline in nutritional value
There is a possibility of reducing the availability of protein by 14 percent in paddy, wheat, potato, barley
Due to this there is a danger of causing protein deficiency in the body of more than 150 million people.
inflation will increase
Food inflation to triple by 2050 due to rising demand for organic crops
It will be difficult for the people belonging to 18.3 crore additional poor families to raise bread for two times.
1 crore more children will face malnutrition, stunting despite economic-social development
water problem will deepen
By 2050, 03 to 140 million people are at risk of internal displacement due to water scarcity, agricultural crisis and sea level rise in Africa, South-East Asia, Latin America.
More than 50 percent of the global population is already facing water crisis, due to climate change, almost three-fourth reduction in ground water level will see 2.5 billion people crave for water
The rapid melting of icy rocks is also a cause for concern, these rocks are an important source of clean water for two billion people, due to the lack of water, the global GDP is expected to decline by 0.5 percent by 2050
diseases will wreak havoc
There will be an increase in the population of other organisms including mosquitoes that spread deadly diseases from the constantly warming earth.
More than half of the global population will become more vulnerable to infectious diseases such as dengue, yellow fever, Zika
Cases of death of children due to diarrhea will also increase, increase in air pollution will deepen the crisis of lung heart diseases
The coming few decades are not easy for the global population.
Malnutrition, water scarcity, infectious diseases big challenge
Decreased quality of food grains it is impossible to control inflation