I did not ask if it’s real or which scientists to believe. I asked how do you solve it. The only answer I’ve heard is vote for any politician who says the right things. Which always works perfect, so… problem solved.
We cant solve it anymore.
Temps will keep riseing above levels we need to maintain to "not break current way things funktion".
Weather systems will change due to climate change, thats something we cant change now, we were too slow to act in time or sufficently.
(atleast thats what climate experts are saying)
Its about adapteing now.
Thats why they say climate change needs to be taken seriously, resently.
Its reached the point, where you cant ignore it anymore.
Rivers will dry out, places will run out of underground water, deserts will grow, other places will be flooded (due to riseing sea levels) ect.
More and more extreme weather will become common (more fires (in hot areas), more tornadoes/hurrcanes, floodings in other parts).
Now its about inferstructure to handle those things.
Floodings in particular (from heavy rain ect), and stuff like coastal protection.
The other stuff, like running out of water will fix it self.
You cant waste water if you have none.
You cant have a unsustainable farming sector (in a area too hot for it, with water issues) if there is none.
People and farming will just move.
Same will happend, if your country sucks at stuff like coastal protections and dealing with floodings.
If a city is often under water, I assume people will say "screw this" and move away.
Climate change will force people to move/migrate away from certain area's.
The Cynic in me doesnt think we can do much of anything to change things.
The optimistic might believe someone like Elon Musk, will save us all by useing technology to "remove cabron from the atmosphere".
I wouldn't get my hopes up.
I think its more realistic to plan for the changes to come, so your ready for them.
State heads, should be looking at long term planning, and start doing something about these issues that will pop up.