The sun's output will decrease up until 2100 but this would only lead to a fall in global temperatures of 0.08 degrees Celsius, according to a new report
LONDON (Reuters) - A weaker sun over the next 90 years is not likely to significantly delay a rise in global temperature caused by greenhouse gases, a report said Monday.
The study, by Britain's Meteorological Office and the University of Reading, found that the Sun's output would decrease up until 2100 but this would only lead to a fall in global temperatures of 0.08 degrees Celsius.
Scientists have warned that more extreme weather is likely across the globe this century as the Earth's climate warms.
The world is expected to heat up by over 2 degrees Celsius this century due to increased greenhouse gas emissions.