Newspapers and other media have been reporting on climate changes in Europe. But, how many of us could track-back it? Do you know Europe is facing a devastating climate changes unseen on the continent for 5,000 years?! Thanks to the European Environment Agency report. The Copenhagen-based EEA, released this report. Along with its release it let open a 5-year threat assessment across 32 nations, focusing on global warming.
The report notes the four hottest years on record were 1998, 2002, 2003 and 2004. 10 percent of Alpine glaciers disappeared during the summer of 2003, it further reported. “Without effective action over several decades, global warming will see ice sheets melting in the north and the spread of deserts from the south. … (and) we will be living in atmospheric conditions that human beings have never experienced”, Jacqueline McGlade, EEA’s executive director said.