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The era of Global Boiling

The declaration of the “global boiling era" by UN Secretary-General António Guterres presents a significant shift from the global warming age. While global warming has already posed serious threats to our planet, it has been exacerbated by an even worse situation, resembling “boiling” rather than just warming. The following confirmation that July 2023 was on track to become the hottest month ever recorded in history serves as a reminder that we have now stepped into this pressing issue. Alarming statistics also reveal that global temperatures have already escalated by 1.1°C above pre-industrial levels, further intensifying the severity and frequency of extreme heatwaves and related events. These surging temperature trends signal an urgent need for immediate action to address this critical climate crisis.


As global temperatures continue to rise which point out the entrance into the global boiling age, extreme weather events are predicted to happen more frequently and severely. As a result, these pose considerable dangers to human health, ecosystems, and the global economy in various ways. The concerns include:

  • People - The risk of hunger and malnutrition is expected to expand as changing climate conditions and a growing population lead to a decline in global food supplies. Water shortages will become more widespread, threatening access to clean and reliable water sources for communities around the world.

  • Planet - The effects of global boiling entail the loss of biodiversity, habitat destruction, and an increase in devastating wildfires. Rising sea levels will necessitate substantial infrastructural investments to protect coastal regions and communities from flooding and erosion.

  • Profit - Businesses will face challenges due to the consequences of global boiling. Companies that are perceived as unresponsive to the climate crisis may suffer damage to their reputations. Additionally, extreme weather events can result in higher costs for businesses, such as property damage and disruptions in supply chains.



Addressing the urgent issue of climate change is crucial for ensuring the future of our planet. While it is still possible to restrict global temperature rise to 1.5°C and avoid the worst effects of climate change, prompt and bold action must be carried out no matter what personal demands or voluntary efforts we may hold onto. Unless we come together in collaboration, the devastating impact of climate change will take a toll on all of us. Now is the time for everyone to make a difference. Regardless of the sector or industry you belong to, here are some practical steps you can take to help with our current crisis:

1. Start the Transition Away from Fossil Fuels and Invest in Renewable Energy

According to the United Nations, fossil fuels stand as the main source of over 75 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions. Therefore, transitioning away from fossil fuels is not only inevitable but also an urgent imperative. Right now, it is vital to phase out fossil fuels and wholeheartedly invest in renewable energy sources. This approach is equitable and crucial, simultaneously curbing the expansion of oil and gas industries while aiming to eliminate coal usage by 2040.

2. Offsetting Emissions and Attaining Climate Justice

Even if we transition to renewable energy, we will still produce some emissions. In the pursuit of climate action and justice, all nations must play their part, particularly the G20 leading industrial nations, which are responsible for a staggering 80% of global emissions according to United Nations mention about Current lifestyles are unsustainable. Acknowledging this, Offset programs become essential for countries to neutralize their carbon footprint. Furthermore, G20 members should set new national emissions targets while all nations should also strive to achieve net-zero emissions by mid-century.

3. Establishing Ambitious Emissions Reduction Targets

To effectively combat climate change, ambitious emissions reduction targets must be established on a worldwide scale. This means committing to a certain amount of emission reductions by designated dates. Developed countries play a pivotal role and should present clear and credible roadmaps to double adaptation finance by 2025. This increased investment in adaptation measures will aid vulnerable regions in preparing for the impact of climate change. Leading companies are now setting their own ambitious emissions reduction targets. For example, Apple has determined to be carbon neutral for every product it manufactures by 2030, while Microsoft has pledged to take immediate action to achieve "net zero" emissions and become carbon negative by 2030.

The global boiling as a new-emergent disaster is extremely intolerable, leaving no room for further delays or justifications. The reality of global boiling has now lurched toward us, presenting a serious threat to businesses, people, and the planet. Nonetheless, there remains an opportunity to reverse this alarming trend. At the moment, concern for global boiling is not only a responsibility but also an essential step toward creating a sustainable future. To counter this climate challenge, collective and immediate action will be the key to environmental safeguarding and securing a GREATer life for generations to come.

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