"In recent years, we see the consequences of climate changes in the world," Minister of Environment, Urban Development and Climate Change of Türkiye, Mehmet Özhaseki said as he delivered a speech during the 2nd Baku Forum on Sustainable Development, APA-Economics reports.
"According to scientific research, global warming has increased by 1,1 degrees. If this rises 2 degrees, a food crisis might happen, and if it rises 3 degrees, the world would become uninhabitable.
"The biggest cause of climate change is industrialization and the growth of cities. Countries like India and the U.S. are among the most world-polluting countries," the Minister added.