The key element responsible for triggering the warmest decade ever was the man-made climate change. Quoting the stats and studies produced by the UK weather service, we suggest that five years to 2019 were the warmest. Also, the effect of the Australian bushfires in making the climate even warmer cannot be ignored. The main contributing factor for more than 170 years in making the climatic conditions worse is human interference. This has led to an increase in greenhouse gases taking a toll on climatic conditions.

The year 2019 projected another year that witnessed extreme climate adversities. Last year, Europe witnessed excessive heatwaves while South America got swept in floods. In the latest events, the Australia bushfires have wreaked havoc across the country consuming in its fire the lives of 27 people and approximately 1 Billion mammals. As per the climate experts at Norvergence, it has been projected that if human interference is not monitored, then the climatic conditions will continue to worsen. The frequency of these climatic disasters will continue to rise because of the warm climate. Also, the situation might go out of hand and the implications might become irreversible if proper steps are not taken.

Heat is a silent killer. Taking an example of the Australian bushfires, it destroyed the natural habitat and damaged an entire ecosystem. Human life was also not spared. It is indeed universal harm that is dangerous for all elements, whether big or small. Irrespective of the umpteen number of summits and sessions held by global leaders ad icon on global warming and the worsening climatic conditions, the total global carbon emissions were projected to be on an alarming rise.

The main aim of the Paris climate agreement is to reduce global warming below the 2C mark. But the detailed analysis of the latest data tells that achieving the 2C mark will not be an easy task. Since the pre-industrial times, the planet continues to get warmer and the figure has fallen down to 1C. As per NASA, the warmth in the Arctic region has multiplied globally since the year 1970.

According to the reports released by Australia’s meteorology bureau and studied by the scientists at Norvergence, the year 2019 was one of the hottest and the driest year to be ever recorded. This was a contributing factor in the Australian bushfires. Human health has also suffered as an implication of the warmest decade.