The increasing in the frequency and severity of extreme weather events could increase the risk of dangerous floods, stronger earthquakes, typhoons and other direct threats to people and property as well as the concentrations of unhealthy air and water pollutants. Climate change has caused global warming and rising sea levels, which could lead to the destruction of the Earth 's civilization, affect directly our food supplies, water resources, human health as well
As a result of human activities, the environment is in many ways, degradation, and global warming will accelerate these degradation. (1) because of the high temperature melting glaciers, water thermal expansion, causing the sea level to rise. Sea level rise will be a serious threat to coastal areas, may inundate low-lying coastal areas, serious impact on human activities. (2) climate change caused by global warming will lead to great changes in water supply in many places, the availability of fresh water will be greatly changed. The temperature increase means down to the water will be evaporated, if there is more rainfall to supplement evaporation, is not What impact.
Trees hold the carbon dioxide in, so once they are damaged, they will release the carbon dioxide. Climate change is not only harmful to the environment but also to living species. Climate change can bring about droughts and to make matters worse, “deforestation encourages higher levels of water consumption for livestock and crops” (“17 Important Pros and Cons of deforestation”). There is this cycle that goes on, as deforestation continues to occur, climate change effects become more prominent since it can result in more utilization of water. This will then cause less water to be available, and result in climate change creating droughts; the environment is getting damaged.
Furthermore, the authors studied numerous important environmental factors that may be harming Pacific salmon populations in various ways, making the results more precise and in-depth. They studied the effects of increased water temperature, changes in snow, and water flow on mature salmon as well as their reproduction and survival rates of fry. This article also gives suggestions on how to possibly decrease the negative impact ocean conditions are having on salmon, which is beneficial to know what action can be taken to make a
UV radiation is one of the most damaging factors that influences the health of the skin. It is more important in people than animals, however, due to their lack of furry covering and thus greater skin to sunlight exposure. Still, some animals with light pigmentation, thin fur, areas of bare skin or albinos will be at risk. Clinical studies have identified excessive sun exposure (and thus exposure to solar ultraviolet radiation) as a primary causative factor in various skin diseases including, premature ageing, inflammatory conditions, malignant and non-malignant tumours (Chang 2010; Schmitt 2011). This is due to a series of harmful biochemical reactions occurring in a process known as photoaging.
Pollution released into the air damages the ozone layer in Earth’s atmosphere. Due to the chemicals in the air there is widespread concern that the ozone layer is deteriorating due to the release of pollution containing the chemicals chlorine and bromine. Such deterioration allows large amounts of ultraviolet B rays to reach Earth, which can cause skin cancer and cataracts in humans and harm animals as well. Researchers also have documented changes in the reproductive rates of young fish, shrimp, and crabs as well as frogs and salamanders exposed to excess ultraviolet
This situation is a critical medical emergency. With the influence of global warming, it is predicted that the incidence of heatstroke cases and fatalities will also become more prevalent. Behavioral responses are important in the management of temperature elevations and may provide clues to preventing the development of heatstroke. This study is conducted in order to determine the different perspective and reaction of the people about the dangerous effects of heat stroke to our body and daily living. Despite all the summer getaway and escapades that everyone are too excited about.
The next century, melting glaciers and expanding seawater will affect wildlife that cannot survive in hotter environments. They may become extinct. Finally, our health is in danger as well, as the Climate Changes could result in the spreading of certain diseases such as malaria. Because if you have ever live in a hot or humid climate you have alot of mosquito's. Specially with all the flooding of major cities on coast line because of the rising sea levels, a greater risk for individuals to become heat casualties , and the air quality will be thick and may not be that good
Increased ultraviolent rays have caused damage to some agricultural crops and to organisms in wetlands and coastal environments. Increasing water temperatures will alter the freshwater, ocean and wetlands ecosystems rapidly. The air temperature is predicted to increase which will affect many animal and plant species. The speed of the change is much faster than in the past which can cause a huge threat to species which cannot handle the rapid change. The species that need cooler temperatures will therefore become extinct soon.
Climate change has been occurring over the decades but it is just getting worse and more greenhouse gases are getting trapped in the atmosphere and trapping heat energy from the sun along with it. If humans are so small and can create a mess so big we can clean it up too because it is evident that humans have caused an increase in chemicals and pollution that has altered the chemical composition of the atmosphere which ultimately causes the climate change we see