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The modelling that shapes regional climate change interventions – Open Access Government

We are at a watershed moment in history for climate decisions, regulations and research. Both information and action concerning climate change has never been more crucial to the survival of our planet.

In 2021, the UN estimated that in each year since 2010, an average of 21.5 million people have been forced to move due to weather emergencies. With lives around the globe continually put in danger due to climate disruptions, regional modelling to create climate change intervention is one of the key measures that decision-makers can use.

Professor Georgiy L. Stenchikov places the Middle East at the forefront of his global warming research. According to Stenchikov, there is extensive heating occurring in the Middle East – the likes of which is not being seen in other locations.

Global warming and climate change are the most severe dangers our world is facing. With the landmark IPCC report placing human actions at the centre – understanding the locations at highest risk is key in its prevention.

“The most important thing is that this research helps us to understand how to adjust to the warming in the Middle East, where the pace of change is much faster than the average across the globe,” said Professor Stenchikov.

Professor Stenchikov explores how the Middle East is in a precarious position, due to a history of experiencing extreme climate change. Through this unique vulnerability, the region is “providing a testbed for developing and testing adaptation measures and was key in the studying of regional climate systems in order to evaluate renewable energy resources and their future impacts.”

So, how can decision-makers act to stop this crisis and protect an immense population?

Here, Professor Stenchikov explains his proposed solution to saving the rapidly diminishing water resources of the Middle East. To learn about how to solve this water crisis, read the science here.

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