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Good afternoon. The first issue I’ll be reporting is the recent research on climate change happening in our planet. Based on the data of United Nations, research from 1900 to 2021, climate change has made impacts on the shifting weather patterns, the rising of sea level, the increase of Earth’s surface temperature. Climate change is real and human activities are the main cause, for example the level of GHGs concentration, and CO2 emissions by burning fossil fuels. Given current concentrations and ongoing emissions of greenhouse gases, it is likely that by the end of this century global mean temperature will continue to rise above the pre-industrial level. The world’s oceans will warm, and ice melt will continue. Average sea level rise is predicted to be 24–30 cm by 2065 and 40–63 cm by 2100. Global temperature has increased by about 1 °C (1.8 °F) since 1900. What has been done to control climate change? On 23 September 2019, Climate Summit has been conducted to bring world leaders together for the commitment to strengthen the pledge of “rapid and far-reaching” transitions in land, energy, industry, buildings, transport, and cities to be more nature-based. The ultimate aim of the 2019 Summit is to prevent “dangerous” human interference with the climate system.