On May 15, the world celebrates International Climate Day. The establishment of this unofficial environmental holiday was a response to the call of meteorologists to protect the climate as an important resource that affects the well-being of current and future generations.
Preservation of the climate is one of the global problems facing humanity today. Global warming, high levels of ozone in the atmosphere, natural disasters, changing weather conditions on the planet - all this leads to a deterioration of the Earth's climate and, as a result, has a negative impact on the food, life and property security of people, deplorably affects the state of natural resources and balanced development of states.
Modern science cannot answer the question of how quickly catastrophic climate change will occur in the event of a further increase in temperature on Earth. However, according to ecologists and meteorologists, it is quite possible for humanity to delay these changes.