Man made actions have led to rise in frequent incidents like floods, famines, and sudden rains. This statement has been said many times, but a group of researchers has been trying to establish the fact by knowing the truth about the same.
"We're seeing a great deal of progress in attributing a human fingerprint to the probability of particular events or series of events”, said Christopher Field, who is co-heading the U. N. report, which was being submitted in 2004 in regard to climate change.
Climate change, and green house gas emissions are all said to be man acts, and recent incidents occurred in Greenland and United States, have given a strong point in the hands of researchers to know the story behind the scenes.
Myles Allen, who is heading the climate research at Oxford University, was of the view that things were taken quite seriously some years back. However, such is not the case now, and it is visible from the case that more papers were being published in 2010 about climate change then they get published now.
In order to bring improvements in climate changes, about 200 countries have signed a petition to take such measures, which will bring improve condition by 2015.
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