As our world is rapidly changing and life standards are getting higher, the entire mankind is now struggling to deal with a series of global issues. One of them is the global warming which is doing more harm to human life than imagined. As a matter of fact, climate change is so intensely concerning that governments from a wide range of countries have devoted to coping with it throughout many conventions and formulas. While some may argue that climate change is based on false and unreliable sources with an aim to turning our lives upside down. Nevertheless, to my mind, climate change or global warming is a serious threat to our habitat and we must all take action to prevent the worst scenario from becoming a reality.
The Golden toad lived on mountaintop cloud forests that have disappeared due to drought. The changing behaviours of birds can also exemplify climate change. A study by Dr. Terry Root shows that birds are arriving to their nesting grounds three weeks earlier and they have been changing their range to closer regions and some birds stopped migrating as weather is suitable all year round. (Cherry and Brassch, 2008). Animals and reptiles are not the only types of species being affected by this sudden increase in temperature, plants are also being overwhelmingly impacted.
WHO’s response to this problem is to create a new work plan on climate change and individuals affected by this problem. WHO is going to coordinate with agencies like the UN and ensure that this problem is properly represented. They are also going to raise awareness by providing and explaining the threats of this problems worldwide and provide opportunities to promote health while cutting the greenhouse effects and carbon emissions on the
In the past few months, Pope Francis started to identify that climate change is destroying our home. A powerful statement by Pope Francis is Encyclical Laudato Si "The climate is a common good, belonging to all and meant for all. At the global level, it is a complex system linked to many of the essential conditions for human life." This passage from Encyclical Laudato Si identifies that climate change is affecting the way we connect and understand the essential means to be human. Without light and dark they are no life and without emotions, they are no climate.
China’s Policies on Climate Change Climate change has become a global issue because it is an utmost overwhelming environmental problem faced by the people living on earth (Harris 2011). It is a serious warning informing the people living on planet earth that our mother earth is in trouble. The change in climate is due to greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and fluorinated gases that cause global warming. Greenhouse gases absorb the heat released into the atmosphere and cause global warming (United States Environmental Protection Agency 2012). The reason that China is known to be the largest greenhouse gases emitter is due to its high population (Hung & Liu 2011).
The effects of Global Warming on humans society can be very bad. Because if, like I said in the last two paragraphs, there will be flooding and dry weather and fires and all kinds of stuff like that, and this will not only affect how much us humans have to pay for the damage, but it will also damage our homes, our lives, and our habitats and the places we live. Global Warming will have an effect on our food and water too. It can get to hot in some places for plants to grow, or to wet in others for plants to grow. All in all, the effects of Global Warming for anything is not going to be
Climate change is a public health concern that has significant impacts on the environmental ecosystem, agriculture infrastructure, and individual health outcomes today. It plays a paramount role in shaping our environmental atmosphere daily. With the rapid technological and environmental advancements in the 20th century, climate change has had negative impacts on the ecosystem holistically. From increasing sea levels to air pollution, climate change has affected all living organisms and evidence is visually perceived throughout changes in environmental outcomes. However, climate change is not solely due to natural causes alone; infrastructure and human contributions play a vital part in this growing concern.
Economically, the lack of public goods and community organization, high unemployment rate, economic inequality, and unfavorable terms of trade are all limiting factors. Environmentally, current natural disasters, environmental degradation dating back to the colonial era, unfavorable topography, and massive deforestation are all challenges for Haiti. (Webersik 122) Climate change in Haiti, the world 's poorest and least developed country, do cause flooding, droughts, hurricanes and other meteorological disasters. And these disasters will influence Haiti a lot in the perspective of economy, healthy problem and industrial. The reasons for me to believing so include that
Green house gases, such as carbon dioxide, are effecting a lot more than just our atmospheres air pollution and climate changes. This colorless, odorless chemical compound is vital to our life organisms on earth but since the Industrial Revolution has been significantly over produced “…due to the burning of fossil fuels and land use change.” (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, year), which in return is harming our world in many different ways that we may have never even thought of. Specifically, this element is creating chemical changes in our oceans called ocean acidification (NOAA, year). Ocean acidification is becoming an increasingly substantial problem due to its hazardous effects to marine life and seawater which eventually
How has the self-centered, enterprising attitude of humanity affected the Earth we live on? Whether humans know it or not, global climate change is occurring. Unfortunately, uneducated leaders and executives have responded to this crisis calling it a cyclical occurrence