CLIMATE CHANGE DUE TO GLOBAL WARMING Climate changes due to global warming has been a global concern. Climate change it has effected our economy, health and communities in a very bad way. What do you think we will be able to do to prevent this? Global warming? Is it real?
The fast improvement of mankind renders an awful impact on Earth. One of these impacts is environmental change. It is not a mystery that several many years prior, the atmosphere on Earth was colder than now. Numerous researchers caution about what is called a dangerous global warming, or a procedure of a steady increase of the yearly temperature over the entire planet (dictionary.com). Amusingly, its flow was recorded in the last quarter of the 20th century, and since that time the normal temperature had expanded by 0.7° (Freanz 237).
With continuous Ocean and atmospheric warming, sea levels will continue to rise at a higher rates than currently recorded this year. According to the NOAA tide data the sea rises Between 0.8 to 3.3 mm Per year with an average rate of 1.8 per year. Greenland and Antarctica together hold enough ice, that if it all melted sea levels would rise more than 80 meters. Rising tide data published by NOAA has suggested that low lying coastal areas will be affected the most by this problem. Places Like the low lying parts of the Netherlands, Brazil, Egypt, America, Japan, India, Indonesia, Vietnam and
Climate change is more serious than we take it. If it continues, everyone will parish. Climate change affects us in many different ways. It causes animal population numbers to decrease, slows down transportation to the north, and causes flooding and the rise of the sea level. Global warming exists, and it is not only affecting the environment.
Some of the problem is Human responsibility and how it is ruining the earth and how the environment and nature will fall because of Global Warming. A lot of people have admitted to human responsibility for global warming. Some of the reason is fracking. Fracking is when the process of injecting liquid at high pressure to force open cracks in the ground to extract oil or gas. Fracking combines to produce 50% of CO2 into the earth 's atmosphere.
Nathan A. Templon Professor V. Chapman English 1301 24 October 2017 Melting Of The Polar Ice Caps The polar ice caps are melting faster over the last half century moreover than the last five centuries. This is a big concern for the population of the planet. The people that live near the coastal areas are in the most danger. Some believe that this melting will result in the next ice age. The cause of he ice caps are melting due to global warming, and the results are rising because of the sea levels and drastic change in the weather patterns.
These gases are believed to be the main cause of climate change. The three most well known greenhouse gases are CO2, CH4 and N2O. The concentrations of these gases in the atmosphere have increased drastically since the pre-industrial times. It is well documented that the increase in concentrations of these gases is caused by anthropogenic activities that includes the use of fossil fuels as well as agriculture. Apart from the atmosphere, the hydrosphere is also affected by this abnormal change in the concentrations of the mentioned gases.
The issue of climate change has become a common challenge for both developed and developing countries. Climate change has a visible challenge on the lives and livelihood strategy of developing nations. It has been is one of humanity’s greatest challenges and it is believed that within the next fifty (50) years, global warming will increase to the detriment of the world’s population. It is a serious threat has the potential to cripple sustainable development by adversely impacting the environment, human health, ecosystem and diversity, food production and security, and economic activity (Abafura, 2011) Climate change refers to the average temperatures and precipitation rates over an extended period of time. It includes shifts in the frequency
In addition, the unconventional oil extracting process creates extra greenhouse gases than using the oil itself creates. Supposedly, the polluted water from the tar sand process is getting into one village’s water supply. Rare types of cancer have been popping up in this community. In this chapter, instead of looking for new ways to lower CO2 levels, humans are using new technologies to add even more CO2 to the atmosphere. These are the results of mining oil unconventionally, which is a process that is unbelievably harmful to our planet in my
Burning of fossil fuels and using gases that get trapped into the atmosphere has had adverse effects on earth and its habitants. Case analysis Global perspectives Causes: Countries like Bangladesh, Sudan and Tuvalu face the most adverse effects of climate change even though they do did not contribute to it like other countries. Countries like China and India where industrialization is high are the ones who contribute to global warming. Both of these countries release millions of tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere but the effects are felt internationally. The rising temperature of earth has caused the polar ice caps to melt which led to many floods in Bangladesh, rise in sea level in Tuvalu and droughts in Sudan IMPACTS BANGLADESH Bangladesh experiences different types of Natural Disasters almost every year because of the Global Warming as well as Climate Change impacts, these are: Floods / Flash Floods (Almost 80% of the total area of the country is prone to