A recently released draft report of the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change concluded that anthropogenic climate disruption is fully upon us, and will dramatically worsen unless something is done immediately.
This month's climate disruption dispatch, explaining how the planet is being impacted by anthropogenic climate disruption, provides another sobering reality check, demonstrating how rapidly our world is moving toward an unsurvivable state.
March through June 2014 were the hottest on record globally. While a single extreme weather event is not proof of anthropogenic climate disruption, the increasing intensity and frequency of these events are.
A massive collapse of an ice sheet in Western Antarctica has begun and, according to scientists, is most likely an unstoppable event that will cause an inevitable rise in global sea levels of at least 10 feet.
Record-setting droughts and ferocious storms; the poisoning of our food, air and water; the dying off of species; the unearthing and spread of superbugs and diseases; ever-growing piles of radioactive waste and more, the vast majority a direct result of climate change and our lack of response to it, is reported just in the month of March.