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What could happen to Earth in the future?

Welcome to the future! An increasingly globalised humanity is faced with climate change, dwindling resources, overpopulation and technological upheaval. Diverging paths for humans and transhumans, eco-technic societies dominate the globe, and colonisation of space accelerates.

What is happening to Earth right now 2023? Earth is hurtling towards its average temperature rising by 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels. One climate model suggests that the likelihood of reaching that threshold in 2023 is now 55%.

What happened to our Earth in 2025? Ultimately, the general strength of the solar maximum we experience in 2025 will determine just how harsh the solar weather is. It will therefore determine if we experience powerful solar flares or coronal mass ejections, which can then cause issues here on Earth, too.

Future changes are expected to include a warmer atmosphere, a warmer and more acidic ocean, higher sea levels, and larger changes in precipitation patterns. The extent of future climate change depends on what we do now to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The more we emit, the larger future changes will be.

How can we save our Earth? Protecting our planet starts with simple things you can do to help protect the earth.

Reduce, reuse, and recycle. Cut down on what you throw away.  Volunteer for cleanups in your community.
Conserve water. Shop wisely. Use long-lasting light bulbs. Plant a tree.

Geologist Ed Mathez commented: ” I wish I could tell you what the future will bring, but no one knows for sure how global warming will play out.

In fact, not knowing is one of the problems. Global warming is a significant risk to society. On the one hand, we do not know exactly what will happen. On the other hand, we realize that what could happen could be serious. And these consequences could affect different parts of the world in different ways.

For example, there could be long periods of low rainfall in a particular region. The western United States is one area that is at particular risk to widespread drought.”

Humans’ negative impact on the environment is nothing new. We have always refused to maintain a balance with nature.

We are responsible for the climate crisis we are facing.

I see climate change happening and I see it getting worse every time. This makes me wonder how the future is going to look for us. We have failed to realize that climate change directly impacts us and our basic rights like the right to food, clean air, clean water, education, development, etc. The temperature is rising, natural disasters just keep increasing in numbers, deforestation…

There is no us without mother nature. 


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