According to report that was released by the United Nations today, March 31, 2014, the organization has stated that climate change is a potential threat to human security and the effects of the rapid change in climate and global warming will badly effect the poor sector of the society, which obviously has less to do with man made change in the climate.
Rajendra K. Pachauri, IPCC Chairman, said the impact of climate change will be determined by the preparation of different areas and able to mitigate the emission of greenhouse gasses.
The report added climate change has widespread impact on water, food production, weather patterns and on everything apart from increase in global average temperature.
If proper action is not addressed the problem could affect hundreds of millions of people by year 2100 resulting from coastal flooding and displaced due to land loss.
The report also warned that the impact of recent floods, droughts, wildfires and heat waves have showed significant exposure and vulnerability to some ecosystems as well as to several human systems.
It said further that climate change will exacerbate poverty in those countries which struggling to rise above low and lower-middle income category. Also, the countries near to sea and high mountain states will be at risk.