Norvergence INC (Interdecadal Norway Climate) Change Report
Drastic changes in the climate at a global scale and a disbalance in the ecosystem top the list as the deadliest threats to the environment currently. This is the sole reason why the Norvergence INC’s main focus is on environmental protection and the prevailing climatic conditions in the Norwegian region.
Current Climatic Conditions- Changes In Air Temperature
A few days back, reports of major landslides due to intense rainfall in Western Norway made headlines. The climatic adversity was a result of a rapid increase in temperature. The expert professionals at Norvergence INC (Interdecadal Norway Climate) believe that Norway will witness more such climatic changes in the coming few years.
This will not only have a dramatic impact on the balance of the ecosystem but will pose a threat to human life as well. This year, Norway faced deadly landslides that harmed the natural habitat. While last year, cases of drought and floods were reported.
The frequency at which these events are taking place indicates that the designated authorities must come forward and take steps to prevent the loss of life and property.
The professionals at Norvergence analyzed the environmental conditions for the years 1900-2008. The overall yearly mean temperature in the Norwegian region has shot up by 0.9°C. Considering the geographical demographics, this increase in the yearly temperature analysis ranged between 0.5°C- 1.1°C. However, according to further analysis, it was found that the average mean temperature has gone up by 0.7°C-1.4°C. This jump in temperature differences was observed during the spring season. In the Svalbard region, the changes in temperature have been recorded to be positive.
Going by the current stats and future analysis of the temperature changes by Norvergence, people residing in Svalbard are at high risk. The Arctic archipelago is already witnessing the impact of drastic climate change conditions. The natural habitat of animals such as reindeers has been destroyed as a result of untimely winter rainfalls that have led to avalanches. Researchers as Norvergence INC have predicted that by 2100, the temperature in the region is expected to increase by 8.7°C. Winter rainfall, which is an unusual event, will become a common natural phenomenon by that time. The frequency of various other scenarios such as floods due to melting snowcaps, permafrost thawing, landslides, and avalanches will increase at a dramatic pace.
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Every Region Is At Stake
Apart from Svalbard’s high-risk scenario, critical case studies & reports by scientists at Norvergence project that various other Norwegian counties will experience heavy winter rainfall and storms. In the coastal regions, the sea levels are expected to rise when the storms will hit. The possibility of permafrost melts will also rise as a result. Also, the risk of forest fires, droughts, landslides, and snow avalanches is projected to be high.
Norvergence INC suggests that the municipalities take proactive steps and ensure the availability of contingency plans to curtail further deterioration of the environmental conditions. The experts recommend that to lessen the impact of these factors, preventive steps should be actively taken.
The Current State Of Carbon Emissions In Norway
According to the expert scientists at Norvergence, Norway holds rank 20 in the highest EPI countries. The overall score is 86.9% and the 17th rank out of a total 180 in the year 2016, Norway holds the position as one of the largest exporters of oil. An estimated 53.9 million tonnes of greenhouse gasses (GHGs) were projected to be produced in the year 2015. The figures have only gone up since the year 2015 making the situation worse. Out of this, around 15.1 million tonnes was an outcome of oil and gas extraction.
Since the year 2014, the total emissions have gone up by 600,000 tonnes. A more detailed analysis conducted by the experts at Norvergence INC shows that the stats were as follows:
Nitrous Oxide: 38% decrease
Carbon emissions: 25% increase
Methane emission: 10% decrease
Norway’s Progressive Steps Towards Climate Protection
Norvergence INC highlighted the recent steps that the Norwegian parliament is planning to take and achieve climate neutrality by the year 2023. Authorities have voted to initiate a program that focusses on cutting carbon emissions from industries accustomed to the manufacture and production of oil and gas.
Norvergence is closely monitoring these progressive steps to curb drastic climatic changes and is hailing towards sustainable growth. The expert professionals at Norvergence INC (Interdecadal Norway Climate) have decades of experience and work diligently towards collaborative growth.