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A future archivist looks at old footage from the year 2008 to understand why humankind failed to address climate change. Global warming threatens to extinguish hundreds of millions of human lives and nearly a third of the planet's wildlife, an international panel of climate scientists said in a report issued today.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warned that the world's poorer nations face spiraling rates of death and disease due to increased risk of droughts, floods, storms and other severe climate effects spurred by human-caused greenhouse gas emissions. The new findings, based on the work of some 2,500 scientists in more than 130 countries, follow an IPCC statement in February that global warming is "unequivocal" and that human activity is almost certainly the cause.
The latest report represents the IPCC's bleakest assessment yet of how climate change is affecting life on the planet.


The Arctic, sub-Saharan Africa, island nations, and densely populated river-delta regions in Asia are the areas at highest risk, the experts warned.
Inequalities between wealthy and deprived societies will be magnified by global warming, IPCC chairman Rajendra Pachauri announced at a press conference in Brussels, Belgium.
Listen to your favorite National Geographic news daily, anytime, anywhere from your mobile phone. Ecosystems severely threatened by rising temperatures include coral reefs, mountains, sea ice, and tundra. To je dokaz da su nekada davno, prije vise desetina miliona godina, stijene koje izgraduju najvisu planinu na svijetu lezale na dnu mora. Kako je Everest proputovao preko pola svijeta i potom se uzdigao i prodro kroz dvije trecine Zemljine atmosfere-samo je jedna od fascinantnih prica o velicanstvenoj planini.
Prije oko 20 miliona godina indijski potkontinent se odlomijo od velikog juznog superkontinenta koji se nazivao Gondvana.


Velike mase koje su do tada bile pod morem, zbog udara izdignute,savijene i naborane i tako formirale najvisi planinski lanac na svijetu, u kome je najvisa planina Mount Everest, visoka 8 850 m. Bio je to neumoran i veoma pedantan vojni inzinjer koji je odigrao presudnu ulogu u prvom tacnom  ucrtavanju Indije u geografsku kartu.
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