Essay On Impact Of Climate Change

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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. “The temperature has been increasing over the past 150 years and there are a lot of chances that it will increase even more” (NRDC). It means that the climate change is increasing at a rapid pace than it has ever been before. Global warming is also referred to as climate change. It is the most challenging, difficult and biggest environmental problem that the world is facing today. It threatens the health of humans and animals in everyday life. Global warming has significant effects on agriculture, sea level rise and human health. Many who oppose global warming believe that the…show more content…
“ Moderate warming and more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere may help some plants to grow faster. However, more severe warming, floods, and drought may reduce yields.” (EPA, Climate Change Impacts On Agriculture, paragraph, 3-4). For example, in Vermont, the hotter it gets during the summer, the faster that plants dry up as it demands more water in order to sustain the temperature. As a result, the plant might seem good, and farmers can grow their food. However, they might not produce when it’s the time, due to the change in precipitation patterns. Overall, climate change could make it more difficult to grow crops and raise animals in the same way we have done it in the
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