A newly published research from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill claimed that most marine life in marine protected areas would not be able to endure the warming oceans. The research suggested that as the temperatures of the oceans are increasing due to greenhouse gas emissions, the marine
Global Warming is adversely affecting the biodiversity of the planet. The continuous chain of different effects is offering an adverse impact on the planet’s biodiversity and also disrupting the ecological balance. A recently published study suggested that the polar bears and other iconic animals could be extinct by the end
The global warming is seemed unstoppable as its devastating effects are surfacing across the globe. Not only, is it disrupting human lives but also affecting different things including food production, agriculture, marine life, etc. With global warming increasing at a rapid pace, the fishing industry too is experiencing the heat.
There is no denying that humans have made quite the mess on this beautiful planet. The global community is witnessing a threat in the form of climate change and global warming. The emission of carbon from factories, vehicles and wildfire have significantly contributed towards climate change. The global rise in
One of the curses of rapid industrialization is “Environmental Pollution”. The commencement of industrial revolutions increases the burning of the fossil fuels which are considered as the major contributors to pollution. Rapid deforestation along with urbanization is adding fuel to this problem. Now, this problem of environmental pollution has reached
Environmental Pollution is considered as one of the greatest challenges which world is facing today. Though it has been existing since centuries but significant increase in its level was seen since the commencement of industrial revolution in the 19th century. As the time is passing, world is witnessing its increase
Desertification is defined as the land degradation by which land becomes arider. Due to different factors like deforestation, drought, or improper/inappropriate agriculture, land losses its vegetation which is termed as desertification. Scientists are claiming that there has been an interconnection between climate change, global warming, and desertification. It has been
There is no denying the fact that earth’s climate has been changing throughout the history. But the current trends are considered of significant importance as changes are taking place rapidly. The climate patterns are changing and human-made activities are primarily responsible for this. The burning of fossil fuels is considered
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.