Within the scope of the study, the accuracy of 17 climate modeling studies conducted from 1970s to 2007 was examined. These include the modeling in 1981 and 1988, led by James Hansen, climate scientist of the former American Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA), who testified in the US Senate about the effects of human-induced global warming in 1988.
Hausfather said that 14 of the 17 models were indistinguishably similar to what actually happened and predicted global warming correctly. "Climate models, even those published in the 1970s, have done remarkably good work." found.
A day after the United Nations (UN) Conference on Climate Change Parties (COP25), which began on Monday in the Spanish capital of Madrid, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced its new report on climate change.
According to the results of the research conducted by the WHO in 101 countries, it was underlined that many countries did not implement the plans prepared against climate change.
Climate change, extreme temperatures, stress, mosquito-borne diseases, including cholera and malaria, said the report directly damage human health, this problem could potentially be "the biggest health threat in the 21st century," warned.