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The World Bank has warned that due to global warming a number of coastal countries in the world such as Bangladesh and Mozambique are to disappear over the next century.

According to the report prepared by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and Climate Analytics, the World Bank warned climate change, which is causing global warming and sea level rise would have a significant impact on coastal environment and natural resources.

The experts stress that unless immediate action is not taken to alleviate the current shifts in weather patterns as a result of climate change, the consequences will seriously threaten some countries and regions in the world.

Some of the most highly vulnerable cities have been named in the report, which are located in Mozambique, Bangladesh, Madagascar, Mexico, Venezuela, India, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam.

As earth’s climate warms, ice caps melt and ocean water expands that is led to rising sea level. Moreover, climate change can increase hurricane intensity and rainfall in some regions.

Furthermore, agricultural pollution, industrial development and applying high technology in some countries such as the United States and several other industrially developed countries play a vital role in causing disaster as human beings’ destructive interference.

“A 4 degree warmer world can, and must be avoided; we need to hold warming below 2 degrees,” the World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim said while noting that the Earth will be warmer by four degrees Celsius this century.

The United Nations summit is slated to be held in Doha, Qatar from November 26 through December 7, 2012, for the next major round of International Climate Change Negotiations.

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  • TRACER

    Please transfer SWIFT payment every month to the World Banks account and the Global warming will stop automatically or the Air lines transfer CO2 Tax to the World Bank. After all that effort you will notice no Global warming any more and lots of clean O2 to breath. As we all know Mr. Jim Yong Kim of the World bank is worried about Global warming.

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    • jon

      Very well said, my friend. Let us close all this globalist bankers to jail and they will shiver that much that the whole planet will cool down immediatelly :))
      This is a pure manipulation of people. They are trying to justify the chemtrails which are demaging our heath and causing cancer. Also lowers human imunity so they will be more succesfull when spreading new man-made viruses. People should start to trap them before it is late. They are boinegative psychopats and schizofrenics and have a huge power. We are in real danger!

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      • JanB

        Just like all governments of NATO countries, the World Bank has to gain from global warming. Those NATO countries NEED global warming in order to exploit Arctic oil, gas and minerals. See:
        http://www.ndu.edu/press/arctic-new-cold-war.html
        and
        http://www.unc.edu/depts/diplomat/item/2012/0106/ca/dobransky_arctic.html
        The immense riches in the Arctic will enable the elites to build large domes with controlled climate, where they can continue to enjoy the high life. But that still won’t quench the greed, so the dumbed down 99% will be fleeced to the bone by carbon taxes, which among others will be used to invest in the military against the 99%, and the last resort where great profits are waiting, the continent of Antarctica. Treaties have zero value already so global warming will be ramped up high enough the melt the ice of Antarctica too.

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