China’s flooding will be the least of their problems. As the life expectancy increases they will have to grapple with the fallacy of ignoring a phallic shaped population pyramid. Cancer rates which are attributable to pollution will go through the roof in Asia, especially in China (which will fudge the figures as it always does). Annual deaths from respiratory conditions due to air pollution will be 1,000 times greater than the number of deaths from all the viruses (including coronavirus) put together. You think this is a joke? C’mon, wake up and smell the smog; start putting things into an objective perspective.
Africa’s great deserts will expand and their tree population will diminish, as will South America’s. Emboldened by industrialisation pressure from both China and The West – some of the most popular species in Africa will reach “effective extinction” – kept alive only in unnatural environments where they will cease to flourish naturally without human intervention.
Australia, California, Brazil and other places will see their seasons lurch from extraordinary flooding to fires so vast they start to effect weather patterns all by themselves on a macro scale across the planet. Skin cancer rates will spike and show worrying signs of taking hold even in Africa and among skin or colour.
“Europe and North America will see climate change affecting them too. Crops in the southern regions will fail due to extraordinarily arid weather and biblical flooding.”
Europe and North America will see climate change affecting them too. Crops in the southern regions will fail due to extraordinarily arid weather and biblical flooding. New parasites will appear seemingly out of nowhere. Mediterranean tourism will face difficulties due to extraordinary heat and… malaria. You will need shots for things like Yellow Fever when travelling to Southern Europe due to climate change. The British will have to start getting used to hurricanes and drought.