Investigation of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has shown the relation between global warming and extreme weather events. Droughts, heat waves, floods and hurricanes become more intense and even an ordinary phenomenon. Each year, the element takes an average of about 106,000 thousand of lives and costs about $184 billion.
Many regions will become uninhabitable due to flooding and drought. In search of new lands and resources migrants will face local inhabitants that almost inevitably will lead to war. Perhaps the process has already begun: one of the causes of the war in Syria called the Drought caused by global warming.
The thermohaline circulation, which is also called ocean conveyor belt is a process of slow movement of water around the earth. Warm surface water is gradually moving to the north and inland, to the ocean bottom, while cold foods rich of flow direct to the south and up. Every second, 45 million cubic meters of water are moving from the ocean bottom to the surface. Occasionally (perhaps as a result of climate change), the conveyor stops.
Every year climate change takes up to 400 thousands of lives, and outputs from the global economy more than $1.2 trillion. In the future, the loss will only grow.
Geoengineering known as "Earth hacking" offers a variety of ways to take global warming under control. One of the ideas is to throw into the atmosphere huge amounts of sulfur imitating a powerful eruption. However, nobody knows what will be the consequences of the ash clogging of the atmosphere.