Posts Tagged ‘causes of global warming’

Climate change is a process of changing the temperature of the and other physical properties of atmosphere. Climate change referrd due to the activity of the human.

This climate change occure due to the increase in temparature, which is caused by the human activity results green house gases as I have discussed earliar. This increasing in temparature tend to increase precipitation. There are adverse effect of climate change in different fields of nature like biodeochemicle, glacier retreat and several more prospects and all these contributes toward global warming.

If we wouldn’t take any action against these emmisions of green house gases, it will create a huge prolems like the average global temperature will rise 1.2 to 4°C by this centuary by up to 6.4°C in the worst case scenario.

The IPCC report says that even the lower limit of this equation is dangerous for us. Global sea level change for much of the last century has generally been estimated using tide gauge measurements collated over long periods of time to give a long-term average. More recently, altimeter measurements — in combination with accurately determined satellite orbits — have provided an improved measurement of global sea level change


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Global warming is all about the increment in the earth’s temperature beyond the limits. The surface temperature of the earth has been increased 0.74 ± 0.18 °C in between the 20th century.

If we talk about the causes of global warming, the main cause of this gigantic problem is Green House Gases as we all studied in our school and college life. This problem is mainly because of the human actions, mainly the discharge of green house gases from smokestacks, vehicles, and burning forests, are perhaps the leading power driving the fashion.

This enormous problem creates so many impacts on us in different forms like Greenland’s ice cap, which used to contain enough ice to raise sea levels globally by so many feet, is starting to melt and could collapse suddenly. Already freshwater is percolating down, lubricating the base and making it more unstable.

This problem is increasing gradually and it seems that we are entering in the global warming century instead of 21st century. There are so many efforts have been made by the government of all the countries to control this issue but all effort seems minuscule in front of this giant problem.

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