What will the effects of climate change be in the upcoming years?
Will there be new contributors?
How do we help stop it?
The climate always has and always will change. Nothing new.
climate change is affecting much more the human beings than the animals and birds etc.
We should have to grow many more trees in the earth.
Every one is to plant and maintain at least one tree in his every birth day.
Clanman is correct. Vivek is living in some fairy tale land.
As a geologist, I can promise you that we know, WE KNOW, climates always change. Humans have been very fortunate to live in relatively mild climate. The recent warming is nothing new. We have had moderate warming and cooling periods for thousands of years since we came out of the last period of glaciation. Obviously, from your question, you have bought into the crisis of “climate change”. You shouldn’t be so gullible. People are just trying to scare you and you make it too easy for them.
The climate has changed since time began. Humans have never been able to effect the climate.
You have nothing to worry about.
Increased heat waves, droughts, desertification, food and water shorages, large scale species extinctions, sea level rise, etc.
We stop it by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Man cannot ‘Stop’ Climate change. The Earth’s climate has warmed and Cooled many times over many millions of years, with…… and without……. Man.
It will cause droughts, desertification, mass species extinctions, floods, etc. The ony way to stop it is by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Climate scientists have modeled the different components of global climate change and they have found that natural causes account for most of the warming until the past few decades, at which point greenhouse gases rule. They find that greenhouse gases account for 70-95% of the recent global warming. A glacier melting in the Himalayas is practically certain to disrupt water supplies within the next 20 to 30 years. Floods and rock avalanches are almost certain to increase. Heavily-populated coastal regions, including the deltas of rivers such as the Ganges and Mekong, are expected to be at risk of increased flooding. Rising seas would submerge coastal communities, contaminate water supplies with salt and increase the risk of flooding by storm surge, affecting tens of millions of people globally.But it will be at least 50 years before it causes a problem for us humans. The problem is that many other animal species are less adaptable, and will probably go extinct before that. In addition to all the problems, there will probably be food crisis because of the temperature and environmental change making it hard for plants to survive. Some change will always will occur, but human activity has resulted in the increase in the rate of change. Our actions can only slow the rate of change to give us more time to respond and save this planet.
will cause droughts, desertification, mass species extinctions, floods, etc. The ony way to stop it is by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. What greenhouse gas are you talking about?co2, I’m sorry I thought thats what plants take in and then give off oxygen.what should co2 be. its 380ppm now.should it be 300ppm, 200pm, or maybe 0ppm.is that what you want? co2 during earths time period has been from a high of 7000ppm to alow of 200ppm.what is it supposed to be?whats the temperature of the earth supposed to anyway, like it was 25 years ago.100 yrs ago, 1000 yrs ago 15000 yrs ago 5 million yrs ago.come on einstein tell us
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