This drives long-term climate change, sea level rise, acidification of the sea and extreme weather, a meteorological body found in its latest greenhouse gas release.
The report also found that trichlorofluoromethane or CFC-11 was a potentially related increase in emissions of CFC-11 in East Asia, with the recovery of "high greenhouse gas and ozone depleting substances".
The annual greenhouse gas adjustment text cut off carbon dioxide emissions – a by-product of fossil fuel combustion, scientists say are the main source of greenhouse gases, causing global warming.
"The window of opportunity for action is almost closed," he warned and added that carbon dioxide concentrations are achieved that have not been seen over three million years.
Since 1990, the global warming effect has increased by 41% of the various greenhouse gases targeting the climate, namely radioactive compulsion. WMO said higher concentrations of carbon dioxide melt glaciers and cause more violent weather events, reported by the Bank of England on Wednesday, causing a record $ 140 billion in damage losses in 2017.
WMO top scientist Pavel Kabat said unusually cold weather in the climate change.
The report showed how maintaining temperatures below 2 ° C can reduce the well-being of the planet and its people. "Every part of the global warming rate, as well as every million million greenhouse gas".
The results will put pressure on nearly 200 nations' envoys who will meet in Poland next month to discuss ways to combat climate change. The main objective of this meeting is to approve the implementation plan for the Paris Agreement of 2015.
United Nations Human Rights Commissioner Michelle Bachelet has sent a letter to all states telling them that they have the obligations under global human rights law to prevent climate change and try to mitigate its effects. "Climate change has been scientifically proven".
The figure has improved with average annual greenhouse gas emissions over the past ten years and has risen by about 46% of industry indicators.
Methane – whose atmospheric level is now above 250 percent above the industrial level record – is the second most important long-lived greenhouse gas, of which 60 percent is generated by human activity such as livestock breeding, utilization of fossil fuels, landfills and biomass.