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Not The Local But The Global Problem (Global Warming)

The effects of global warming are already damaging human societies and the natural world. Further action against greenhouse gas emissions is urgently needed, as further increases in temperature will have devastating effects. Multiple factors contribute to climate change, and multiple actions are required to address it. The number of people on earth is one of these factors. Each additional person increases CO2 emissions, the rich far outnumber the poor, and the number of victims of climate change increases.   

A planet that has never been hotter. Nine of his ten hottest years since 1880 have been since 2005, and all five hottest years on record have been since 2015. Climate change deniers have claimed that there has been a "pause" or "slowdown" in global temperature rise, but many studies, including a 2018 article published in the journal Environmental Research Letters, support that claim. Refuted The effects of global warming are already affecting people around the world. 

What Is Global Warming?

A phenomenon in which the average near-surface temperature has increased over the past one to two centuries. Since the mid-20th century, climate scientists have collected detailed observations of various weather phenomena (such as temperature, precipitation, and storms) and their associated effects on climate such as ocean currents and atmospheric chemistry 

These data show that the Earth's climate has changed on nearly every conceivable time scale since the beginning of geological time, and that human activity has been consistent with the current pace and magnitude of climate change since at least the beginning of the industrial revolution. It shows that it is making a bigger impact. revolution.   

Global warming has created another problem called climate change. These terms are sometimes used interchangeably, but they are different. Climate change refers to changes in weather patterns and growing seasons around the world. It also refers to sea level rise caused by the expansion of warm oceans and the melting of ice sheets and glaciers. Global warming is causing climate change and seriously threatening life on earth in the form of massive floods and extreme weather events. Scientists continue to study global warming and its effects on the planet.  

What Causes Global Warming And Rise Of Temperature?

Global warming occurs when carbon dioxide (CO2) and other air pollutants accumulate in the atmosphere and absorb sunlight and solar radiation reflected from the earth's surface. Normally this radiation escapes into space, but these pollutants can remain in the atmosphere for years and even centuries, trapping heat and making the Earth hotter. These heat-trapping pollutants, particularly carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, water vapour, and synthetic fluorinated gases, are known as greenhouse gases, and their effects are known as the greenhouse effect.

Natural cycles and variability have changed the Earth's climate many times over the past 800,000 years, but the current era of global warming is changing human activity, especially coal, oil, gasoline, and natural gas. directly attributed to the burning of fossil fuels. lead to the greenhouse effect. In the US, the largest source of greenhouse gases is transportation (29%), followed closely by power generation (28%) and industrial activity (22%). Learn about the natural and human causes of climate change.

To curb dangerous climate change, we need to drastically cut emissions and deploy alternatives to fossil fuels around the world. The good news is that as part of the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, countries around the world are committed to reducing emissions by setting new standards and developing new policies to meet or even exceed those standards. officially committed to do so. The not so good news is that our work isn't moving fast enough. 

Scientists say we need to cut global carbon emissions by up to 40% by 2030 to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. To this end, the international community must take concrete steps without delay.

Decarbonizing power generation through a just transition from fossil fuel-based production to renewable energy sources such as wind and solar. Electrifying cars and trucks. Maximise energy efficiency in buildings, appliances and industries. 

How Global Warming Is Linked to Extreme Weather? 

As per report  in 2015, scientists concluded that the prolonged drought that caused California's worst water shortage in 1,200 years was 15-20% worse as a result of global warming. They also said the likelihood of similar future droughts has nearly doubled over the past century. It announced that it can now safely be determined that extreme weather events are directly attributable to climate change.

Global ocean temperatures are also rising, meaning tropical storms can absorb more energy. In other words, global warming has the ability to turn Category 3 storms into more dangerous Category 4 storms. In fact, scientists have found that the frequency of North Atlantic hurricanes has increased since the early 1980s, reaching Category 4 and 5 storm numbers. The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season featured a record-breaking 30 tropical storms, six major hurricanes, and 13 hurricanes overall. Increased intensity increases damage and death. The United States experienced an unprecedented 22 weather and climate disasters in her 2020, causing at least $1 billion in damage, while 2017 was one of the deadliest and deadliest on record. bottom.

This year's tropical storms (including Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria) collectively caused nearly $300 billion in damages and claimed more than 3,300 lives.

The effects of global warming are being felt everywhere. In recent years, heat waves have claimed tens of thousands of lives around the world  Antarctica has lost nearly 4 trillion tons of ice since the 1990s. Some experts believe that burning fossil fuels at the current rate will accelerate the rate of loss, causing sea levels to rise by several metres over the next 50 to 150 years, devastating coastal regions around the world. 

What Are The Effects of Global Warming?

Each year scientists learn more about the effects of global warming, and each year we also receive new evidence of its devastating effects on humanity and the planet. Climate change-related heatwaves, droughts and floods are becoming more frequent and intense, afflicting communities and increasing death tolls. Scientists believe climate change could kill more than 250,000 people worldwide each year and push 100 million into poverty by 2030 if we don't cut emissions.

  • Glacier melt, early snowmelt and severe drought will create even more severe water shortages, further increasing the risk of wildfires in the western United States. 

  • Sea level rise will bring more coastal flooding on the East Coast, especially Florida, and other areas like the Gulf of Mexico.

  • Forests, farms, and cities will face an increase in nasty new pests, heat waves, torrential rains, and floods. All of these can damage or destroy agriculture and fisheries.

  • Habitat destruction such as coral reefs and alpine meadows can drive many plant and animal species to extinction.

  • Allergy, asthma, and infectious disease outbreaks are becoming more common due to increased growth of pollen-producing ragweed, rising levels of air pollution, and expanding conditions favourable to pathogens and mosquitoes. 

How To Stop Global Warming? 

Global warming as a problem has become mainstream news and the inhabitants of this blue planet we call home must be addressed with the utmost urgency. We all know that, but it's time to take the lead and focus on solving the problem. Because it is possible.

Stopping global warming may seem difficult, but Woodly wants to help. Recognizing that change is necessary is step one, and taking action is step two. Here are five ways you can adjust your daily routine to prevent global warming.  

  • Recycle- Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by recycling responsibly and using recycled materials to make new products. The important point here is that the energy consumption is also reduced. Of course, the recycling and reuse of plastic products is an important concern for us. In fact, research shows that Woodly material can be recycled up to five times without losing its properties.  

  • Avoid Wasting Food- One way to help when it comes to food is to not waste it.When doing your daily shopping, eat everything after you eat it and responsibly recycle all packaging. It is a public issue and should be treated as such in every household. The accumulation of large amounts of rotting food in local landfills produces methane, a greenhouse gas, which is clearly not a good thing. So always keep your plates clean when you eat.  

  • Manage Energy Consumption- Here's another easy way to get involved and help. Think about how you can reduce the amount of electricity you use in your home.  What about chargers that are plugged in but not in use? It's simple decisions like this that make a difference in the grand scheme of things. Less consumption means less energy used by power companies, and therefore less greenhouse gas emissions.  


Global warming cannot be taken lightly. The oceans are warming, polar ice caps are melting, and greenhouse gas concentrations are at record highs. These are just some of the things said by the proponents of the causes of global warming.Science has proven them right. The final argument, therefore, is that humans are a major contributor to the rising rate of global warming. 

There are all sorts of claims debating whether or not this is true. Proposed solutions address a cleaner world, but naysayers choose to do nothing. It seems that the issue has become political and nothing will be done until those who believe in global warming are in charge. The problem will continue to get worse until there is no turning back. I hope society can reach a consensus to prevent global warming. This is the only way to keep our living space healthy. 


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