Two degrees. It seems like the slightest change in temperature, but experts agree a global temperature rise of two degrees Celsius could be the breaking point for climate change. If global temperatures warm more than that, odds increase for environmental extremes including super droughts and sea level rises unlike any we’ve ever seen.
World leaders are expected to discuss the two-degree threshold at the United Nations’ 21st conference on climate change this December in Paris.
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