Global warming and climate change


Primarily, global warming and climate change is the latest phenomenon that everyone should be aware.This involves all individual that is the most concern to our surroundings. This occurrence is the results of continues development and progressiveness of new era without any concern for their environment.The cause of this event is human being itself that focus only on their desire to be more advance, civilize and rich people on earth and disregard all the effects of their action towards climate change and global warming. This situation reduces if we will work together and get involved for the possible solution.

Global warming arises when carbon dioxide (CO2), air pollution and greenhouse emission accumulate in the air space and soak up into the sunlight. the solar radiation backs away to the earth’s surface. Radically, this radiation decamps into space and last for decade or centuries in the atmosphere, the heat circulates within the area which resulted in the planet earth to become hotter. That’s what’we called the greenhouse effect. In addition, Increasing global temperature is a wide range of changes.Sea levels are rising due to thermal expansion. of the ocean. When regards to the melting of land ice amount and pattern of precipitation are changing.Over the past 50 years, the average global temperature has increased at the fastest rate in recorded history.

Nevertheless, global warming changes in temperature and precipitation standard escalate the frequency, duration, and intensity of other extreme weather incidents such as floods, droughts, heat waves, and tornadoes. Other effects of global warming include higher or lower agricultural yields, further glacial retreat, reduced summer stream flows, species extinctions. As a further effect of global warming, diseases like malaria are returning into areas where they have been extinguished earlier.Although global warming is affecting the number and magnitude of these events, it is difficult to connect specific events to global warming. Although most studies focus on the period up to 2100, because carbon dioxide (chemical symbol CO2) has an estimated atmospheric lifetime of 50 to 200 years.

When we tackle about climate change, we’re talking about the scientifically perceptible and rising severe changes in global climate patterns that became apparent in the mid-to-late twentieth century and can be attributed to the rising levels of atmospheric greenhouse gases (carbon dioxide, in particular) produced by human Time, mostly. Weather refers to atmospheric conditions in the short term, including changes in temperature, humidity, precipitation, cloudiness, brightness, wind, and visibility. Climate is the average of weather patterns for a particular region over a longer period of time.

While there are several clear indicators that our climate is changing, the two most common to get your attention might be sea level rise and the increase weather condition. Unlike many of the more gradual shifts associated with climate change, these are a just little indication . in many cases,  you can look out your window and see what happens right now.

So, every person in this world has its own obligation and participation despite how big or small is that.We must do our part now stop cutting of trees and forest burning, Car smoke belching, factory waste, mining and much more.Act now before its too late.

14 thoughts on “Global warming and climate change

  1. Climate change is indeed a serious problem. Every country in the world, except for the United States, seems to realize this. It’s not even safe to talk about climate change in some parts of the US, because people will become very angry if you say you believe in it.


  2. Did I miss something in your piece above – you did not mention the more active solar cycles from 1940 to the early 2000s. No one seriously believes that man can affect the sun’s activity.

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  3. We should all be more aware and although much is being done I believe far more can be done and not only about climate change ..Rubbish and waste is a big issue as well 🙂 Thank you for the follow 🙂


  4. Great article you had very interesting points. I think today the reason why people do not engage in climate action is for two reasons. One, there is too much scientific jargon regarding climate change that people may find difficulty in understanding. As a result, people do not feel the need to engage in something they do not understand. Two, if people were given realistic solutions to combat climate change individually or as a community then I believe we would see an increase in climate action behaviour. I do not think there are enough realistic solutions for those people who aren’t completely involved or motivated about climate action to act upon. I have created a website that has blogs dedicated to climate change, feel free to check it out if you are interested. The site is still in early stages so bear with me. .


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