Global climate change has affected every country in the world and the process is accelerating, with global climate change severely affecting the environment, causing glaciers to shrink, frozen ice on rivers and lakes to break. This is causing flooding, which is also damaging plant growth and wildlife.
Meteorologists have predicted in the past that global climate change could cause sea ice damage as well as rapid and intense heat waves at sea level. The planet is currently facing the worst weather conditions. Climate change is showing an increase in losses and a decrease in benefits. Meteorologists warn of the dangers that global warming and climate change will continue for decades to come.
More than 1,300 scientists from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) have predicted that temperatures could rise by 2.5% to 10% over the next century. It is a matter of great concern that global temperatures of 1.8F to 5.4F outweigh the benefits and the evidence suggests that the losses will increase over time. To prevent this, the world will have to take urgent steps to cope with climate change.
Due to climate change, the effects of temperature have begun to affect the seasons, with hot and cold rains and floods wreaking havoc in most countries around the world. Countries like the United States and Europe are experiencing the worst heatwaves, with record-breaking summers hitting them hard. This will give an idea of what will happen to the countries of the world where human life is already facing difficulties due to the heat. Especially the citizens of poor and developing countries do not have access to alternative means of coping with climate change.
Due to low humidity and strong winds, forest fires are becoming more common, exacerbating the situation and increasing the effects of global warming and climate change. ۔ A forest fire in Russia's Siberia region of 700,000 hectares has heightened fears that human error could endanger biodiversity. It is estimated that more than 1.5 million hectares of forest have been reduced to ashes. This clearly means that large-scale forest fires have increased global temperatures, leading to a failure to control carbon emissions.
Extreme rainfall and floods have made human life more difficult due to climate change. While human lives are being affected by the floods, on the other hand, in addition to the damage to infrastructure, the lack of basic amenities, including the transport system, is becoming a challenge.
While global warming has turned weather into a volcanic eruption, it has also led to an increase in cold weather since the 1980s, affecting the ecosystem as well as agriculture. In severe cold, trees stop growing and become inactive to conserve energy. Groundwater shortages due to frozen ice can be a major problem. For example, pine trees make a waxy layer around their leaves so that their inner water is not lost through the leaves.
In addition to future measures to reduce heat, cold weather is also becoming a challenge to human life, and sea levels are rising. Increasingly, the main reason is the rapid melting of ice and the accumulation of warm water in the sea, it is thought that due to heavy rains and floods, sea levels may rise in many areas, experts said. Meteorology fears it will grow at much higher rates for decades.
Previously, it was difficult to obtain authoritative information on climate change, but now, thanks to modern technology, it has become possible for us to learn about climate change and to prepare for mitigation over time. Governments and peoples need to work together to address the growing environmental challenges while protecting lives by recognizing the causes of global warming and climate change.
The United Nations must take positive steps to protect countries from the ravages of climate change, including the Corona epidemic, to ensure the protection of human, marine and war life. Because it is not just a matter of one country, the world must fulfill its equal responsibility to solve the global problem.
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