IT WILL AFFECT GLOBAL TRADE
The report also examined the fate of the black-headed squirrel monkey living in the Amazon jungle. Experts have calculated that if global warming exceeds 1.5 degrees, more floods will occur, which could wipe out the entire black-headed squirrel population.
On the other hand, scientists also warned that temperatures exceeding 1.5 degrees will hit global trade. Accordingly, about 90 percent of Arabica coffee plantations in South America will stop producing crops by 2050.