There are three impacts in the Climate change which are the following below: 1. Coastal areas ground loss (67%) 2. Water resources concentration of rainfall in winter water quality degradation Increased need for irrigation 3. Agriculture Increased need for water increased weeds, pests and diseases shift of farmland to North The Impacts of Climate Change: • Forests and biodiversity • Decreased productivity • Increased risk of fire • Migration and extinction of forest key species • Increase of diseases • Extinction of plant and animal species • Increased risk of exotic species
There can also be affects on the types of storms that can occur if global warming continues. Scientists say that category three storms can turn into a more dangerous category fours. Farms and cities will face new pests, heatwaves, heavy downpours, and increased flooding. There can also be many causes in disruption of habitats and this can lead to many animal species to extinction. Global warming is a rise in the surface temperature of the earth.
Impacts of Climate Change What would it be like if the seawater rose enough to cover Florida and how would it be if there were millions of environmental refugees all over the world? I have experienced the life of a refugee and it is not fun at all. Global warming has changed over many years, causing a lot of harm to the earth. Global warming is the overall warming of the planet based on average temperature over the entire surface. Global warming occurs when carbon dioxide (CO2) and other air pollutants and greenhouse gases such as smokes gets collected in the atmosphere and absorbs sunlight and solar radiation that have bounced off from the earth’s surface.
Consequences of global warming Global warming is causing the glaciers to melt specially in rise in sea level would destroy the plants and other species as the area would get over-flooded. The animals would die from hunger due to the deterioration of forests and plants. Ultimately the people who have survived the flood and heat would suffer at the hands of hunger as the only two sources of food we have would get destroyed due to global warming. A large population especially those residing near the coastal area would become homeless. Some people would have access to luxuries of life while the rest of the people would have to fight for the basic human necessities for their families.
The increase in volume of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases released from the burning of fossil fuels, land clearing, agriculture, and other human activities. As we all know, global warming can lead to many serious consequences and there are some ways that we should take before the situation turns worse. One of the main effects of global warming is on human health. This is because as the temperature of the atmosphere increases rapidly and the earth becomes warm, it affects the health of human and they are exposed to diseases. With the increase in the rainfall, disease such as malaria that transmitted by water are likely to spread.
Other than global warming, greenhouse effect is also one of the effects of air pollution. Greenhouse effect is a condition in which the sun’s rays, which should’ve been reflected back into space, are trapped in the earth, hence causing the earth’s temperature to be increasing. Another effect of global warming is the thinning of the ozone layer. Nowadays, our ozone layer has been thinning due to the rising heat in the world. According to the most recent observation, there is a big hole on our ozone layer which causes heat from space to be able to penetrate into the earth’s surface.
The consequences Global warming has led to that the sea level rise is accelerating, the number of large wildfires is growing, dangerous heat waves are becoming more common, extreme storm events are increasing in many areas and more severe droughts are occurring in others. It also causes many seasonal changes like longer winters and shorter summers. Animals and plants The increase in greenhouse gases is changing the climate faster than some living things may be able to adapt. Many species of animals and plants have already disappeared because of climate change. Global warming is causing a shift in the timing of natural events in the lives of animals.
Now, I believe that global warming is bringing negative effect towards the world, and it accelerated the climate change, and it is continuing to cause dramatic fluctuation, this is a threat to us as human beings. Let’s take some serious problems that the global warming has caused: The melting sea ice in the Artic ocean that led to less platforms for the polar bears to hunt seals, resulted increase mortality of the polar bears. Another case will be the increase of droughts; it will bring famine (lack of crops), and results in limited supply of water, and animals will die because of the lack of plants. The climate experts projects that in 2100, the temperature will be at least 8 degrees warmer, even this small rise will have great consequences towards the whole ecosystem and living thing—including us. Above are all evidence and facts that are caused by global warming; I disagree with the thesis claiming that global warming is a hoax, apparently it is a serious problem that we need to draw more attention to, and to find the
It is easy to observe that the effect of global climate change on the Earth. For example, the rises of sea levels, glaciers, and polar ice caps are melting; numerous animals are emigrating to find other places to exist; trees are in bloom sooner. Scientists have confirmed that the temperature will keep on rising up for the next decades because of human activities in the industry (Alina). One of the biggest problems facing us now is global warming. It not only affects animals and plants but also the human population, which is indeed scary (Markham).
INTRODUCTION The global environmental problem is a growing concern, and needs to be attended to immediately. Spreading awareness of environmental problems and responding to them without delay is absolutely necessary to deal with the global problem effectively. A powerful and complex web of interactions is contributing to unprecedented global trends in environmental degradation. These forces include rapid globalization and urbanization, pervasive poverty, unsustainable consumption patterns and population growth. Often serving to compound the effects and intensity of the environmental problems described in the previous section, global environmental challenges require concerted responses on the part of the international community.