There are nine years left until global warming reaches 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, according to the Climate Clock. As temperatures and carbon dioxide rise, the clock counts down to an ecological doomsday, when extreme weather events become the norm, ice sheets melt permanently, sea levels rise and coral dies.
Hosted by Concordia University and launched in 2015, the Climate Clock shows how fast we are approaching this devastating cutoff given current emissions trends, as well as global warming and CO2 emitted to date. The clock is updated yearly to account for the latest global CO2 emissions trend and rate of warming. Currently, the clock reaches zero by April 2032.
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