The burning of the fossil fuels is considered as the major contributor towards climate change. Some of the most devastating impacts of climate change include warming oceans, melting glaciers, suffocating oceans, etc. It is predicted that by the year 2050, the climate change alone threatens the extinction of approximately one
Global Warming has reached the level where it is considered as a threat. The main reason for this threat is the burning of the fossil fuel. The rapid pace industrialization, deforestation, urbanization and increased use of vehicles have taken this planet into the era drought, climate change, and food shortages.
There is no iota of doubt that earth’s environment is heating up, resulting in an array of devastating impacts like drought, climate change, melting icecaps and food shortages. Human-made factors are considered as the main cause for the occurrence of these events. The burning of the fossil fuels, rapid urbanization,
The burning of the fossil fuels results in the emission of greenhouse gases like Carbon dioxide, Methane, CFCs, HCFCs, etc. These gases have the ability to trap the sun’s radiation which would have been reflected back otherwise. This trapping of the greenhouse gases causing global warming. With this, the planet’s
Climate change is not a myth anymore. With the significant development in this domain, published research works and studies are indicating that climate change is real and is taking place at a faster pace. Furthermore, it is also disturbing the ecological balance and major indicators are warming oceans, melting glaciers,
Climate change is certainly a global issue. The rise in the emission of greenhouse gases, global warming, suffocating oceans, rising temperatures and several other associated factors are disturbing the ecological balance of the planet. These factors are threatening to make parts of the planet uninhabitable or inhospitable for life. The
Climate change is considered as a key driver of migration. Harsh weather conditions is considered as one of the most devastating effect of climate change. Global warming is increasing the risk extreme weather including events like heat waves, heavy precipitation, droughts and wildfires. The scientists are confident that rising sea