Operating under the auspices of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said that because of human-induced climate change and global warming, almost the entire planet in the coming decades waiting for a significant increase in periods of extreme heat.
These climate change will also cause some regions more droughts, increased rainfall in others, frequent floods, and rising sea levels, the organization said in its latest survey.
The report noted that this is the likely prognosis, and not on the exact anticipation.
The report is published for 10 days before the start of international talks on the topic of climate in Durban in South Africa.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change earlier been criticized for some of their other forecasts that exaggerated the pace of global warming, but this time the researchers insist on the validity of their assumptions.
Meanwhile, most experts believe that to prevent such climate change is not enough to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases, which are referred to as one of the main instigators of this change.