Global warming has resulted in a series of devastating climate disasters and extreme weather events such as hurricanes, heat waves and floods. Millions of homes throughout the world are now either underwater or have been blown away. The increase in air and water temperatures has lead to rising sea levels, higher wind speeds, prolonged droughts and heavier precipitation. More than 150 million people live in areas that will be below the sea level by the end of the century.
- Earthquakes and other Geological Disasters
- Ecosystem and Biodiversity
- Early Detection and Warning Systems