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Change Of Climate

Climate Change Causes

With all the disasters and disasters that have occurred in different parts of the world in recent years, people have started asking questions about the possible causes of this climate change. In the last 100 years, the Earth has improved, rising sea levels, sea ice, and glaciers have melted, and unexpected changes in climate are expected, which will cause future floods and droughts. There has stood a long-standing gossip about the end of the world and the extinction of the human race.

Overview

Climate change is also known as global warming, a deviation in the statistical distribution of climate or climate characteristics in decades and decades. Different changes in standard climatic conditions or significant changes in climate distribution. Like the recent extreme weather events that occur in different parts of the world.

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Industrial activities

Evolution of man with technology continues to play a significant role in the cause of climate change. Studies show that there could be an incredible 90 percent chance that our activities in the last ten years have warmed our planet. Industrial operations and continuous innovation have formed carbon dioxide. Methane and nitrous oxide are the leading cause of the increase in Earth’s heat in the last few years.

Deforestation

Deforestation or logging is one of the leading causes of climate change. Forests are cut so fast that the replacement of new vegetation cannot compensate for the absorption of carbon dioxide. We have no adequate trees to absorb carbon dioxide; it accumulates continuously in the atmosphere.

Destet

High CO2 production

Our atmosphere is formed by gases that prevent the heat from approaching the surface of the earth. Water vapor with some small amounts of carbon dioxide, which is a stratum of gases, work as a updraft blanket for the soil. Absorbs heat and heats the earth to an average of 15 C, which is essential to maintain the useful life. Allow the sun to enter and refrain from a little heat to get out into outer space. However, the effect of daily human emission makes the impact of global warming stronger, leading to heat retention and, therefore, to abnormal climate change.

Melting of poles

Population growth

The continuous growth of the population means a higher demand for food, labor, agriculture, and energy, which translates into an increase in emissions. A large proportion of CO2 emissions come from the average energy use of people in the home.

Burn of gases

Human activities such as the burning of gas, oil, and coal contribute significantly to climate change due to changes in the number of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Fossil fuels are burned to produce energy that is used in transportation, manufacturing, cooking and water treatment.

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Conclusion

Everyone must begin to understand the causes of climate change and how our daily activities contribute to the degradation of our planet. We must have a conscious effort to reduce pollution. Simply turning appliances when they are not in use, walking instead of using vehicles for short distance destinations will allow us to do our job to keep our planet safe.

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