Climate Change Experts Educate Elite at Davos

**Experts Warn Global Elite at World Economic Forum of Urgent Need for Action on Climate Change**
Climate scientists gathered in Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum have a stark warning for the global elite: action must be taken on climate change now, before it is too late.

The Arctic region is particularly affected by global warming, with huge parts of the Arctic permanently melting as temperatures continue to rise. This affects the whole planet as excess energy is released into the atmosphere and alters the climate.

Among the warnings made by climate experts at the World Economic Forum are that we need to reduce emissions quickly to meet the toughest targets in the Paris Agreement and abide by the pledges made. This may lead to changes in food production and ideas for carbon capture, among others.

The researchers also caution that the world face the potential for a long-term cooling period associated with a huge decline in sea ice coverage, leading to a decrease in global temperatures. This could play out over a period of tens or even hundreds of years, shifting rainfall patterns and altering ecosystems.

Yet, there is still hope. With collective action, large-scale changes can be made to combat the effects of global warming at local, regional, national and international levels.

“Now is the time to act,” concluded the expert panel. “The world needs to implement the policies and technological solutions necessary to reduce emissions and ensure a safe, stable and secure future.”

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