Accelerated climate change will generate more violence and hunger
In March of 2014, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will issue an international scientific report on how global warming is currently affecting humans and how this damage will be developed over time.
A leaked copy of the draft, ensures that the impact of man will continue to affect the earth, exacerbating existing human tragedies including a global fall in revenues, the continuation of the wars, hunger, poverty, floods, and diseases.
However, many climate scientists expressed that wind and solar energy will be insufficient to prevent global warming and extreme environmentalists have asked to support the development of safer nuclear plants as a way to reduce pollution generated by fossil fuels.
A warning letter sent by four leading scientists to politicians and environmental groups around the world, calls to carry out a crucial discussion on the role of nuclear energy in the fight against climate change.
The debate was generated when environmentalists said nuclear energy is not the ideal way to face global warming and they consider they new forms of renewable energy could supply the world for decades .