Findings in a recent report, titled `The Impacts of climate change on terrestrial Earth surface systems', have claimed that it has been too late to take up any steps to tackle global warming and its effects, rather, efforts made are more likely to fail.
The recently published report, prepared by Wits University geoscientist Dr. Jasper Knight and Dr. Stephan Harrison of the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom, discovered that the efforts put in by the government in the past
10 years to limit the release of greenhouse gases has ultimately seen no significant result.
Hence, they have even advised the policy makers that instead of making efforts towards curtailing greenhouse gas emissions, it is far better to consider ways, which will help an individual sustain on a warmer planet.
The report published online in the scientific journal, Nature Climate Change, said, "At present, governments' attempts to limit greenhouse-gas emissions through carbon cap-and-trade schemes and to promote renewable and sustainable energy sources are probably too late to arrest the inevitable trend of global warming".
Further, the researchers have affirmed that climatic models set up are not enough to forecast the climatic changes that will be experienced in the future.
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