Global Warming - Definition, Causes, Effects and Solutions

What is Global Warming

Here is a simple definition of global warming. (And yes, it is actually happening.) In the last 50 years, the record recorded in the average global temperature has increased at the fastest rate. And experts see that the trend is growing: all but one of the 16th warmest years in NASA's 134-year record has happened since 2000.

Global Warming - Definition, Causes, Effects and Solutions

Those refusing to change the climate have argued that there has been a "stoppage" or "recession" in the increasing global temperature, but many recent studies, including the paper published in journal Science, have rejected this claim. And scientists say that unless we curb global-warming emissions, the average American temperature may rise by 10 degrees Fahrenheit until the next century.

What Causes Global Warming

Deforestation and Tree-Clearing

Plants and trees play an important role in controlling the climate because they absorb carbon dioxide from the air and release oxygen back into it. Forests and Bushes Lands act as carbon sinks and are a valuable means of keeping global warming at 1.5 ° C.

Global Warming - Definition, Causes, Effects and Solutions

But humans clean up vast areas of vegetation for the development of farming, urban and infrastructure, or to sell tree products such as timber and palm oil. When the vegetation is removed or burned, stored carbon is released back into the atmosphere in the form of CO2, which contributes to global warming.

Up to one-fifth of the global greenhouse gas is polluted by deforestation and forest degradation.


Prevent Deforestation and Tree-Cleansing

Plant more trees through deforestation and afforestation

Make a continuous purchase

Call our leaders to implement strong laws to prevent excess of trees

Agriculture and Farming

Animals such as cattle, sheep and cattle, Methane, produce greenhouse gas. When livestock occupies a large amount of livestock in Australia, in Australia, the amount of methane is a major contributor to global warming.

Some farmers who leave nitrous oxide, which is another greenhouse gas.

Australian farming contributes 16% of our total greenhouse gas emissions.

Effects of Global Warming

Global warming is already going on with results that should be faced today and tomorrow. Evidence of change in the physical, chemical and biological processes of the Earth is now clear on every continent.

To fully appreciate the urgency of climate change, it is important to understand the ways that affect society and the natural environment. The sea level is rising and the glaciers are shrinking; High temperatures and severe storms and dry records are becoming increasingly common. Changes in temperature and rainfall patterns change the behaviour of plants and animals and have significant impact for humans. In this section, find out the connection between climate data and the changes that happen around you- and those you can expect to see in the future in all parts of the world, including their own backyard.

Global Warming - Definition, Causes, Effects and Solutions

Not only are global warming-driven changes going on in the present, but scientists also expect additional effects on the human environment and the natural environment around the world. Some other warming is already indispensable due to previous heat-trapping emissions; Unless we aggressively reduce today's emissions, then scientists anticipate additional warming and such additional effects.

Go Health Science arranges current and future climate effects in five main groups:
  • The People
  • Freshwater
  • The Ocean
  • Ecosystem
  • Temperature
Brief Explanation of These Effects is Listed Below

On The people

1. Health

Excessive Heat. If high temperature, especially combined with high relative humidity, persists for several days (heat waves), and if the temperature of the night does not fall, then excessive heat can be a killer. In all the climate-related estimates of the scientists, the increasing temperature is the strongest. High temperatures are also most affected by human behaviour: Low heat-trapping emissions we release in the atmosphere, the cooler we can place on our planet. Because the winter temperature is rising faster than the summer, chances of cold-related deaths are likely to decline.

Natural Disasters, estimated changes in temperature and rainfall under global warming are likely to threaten human health and safety. For example, changing patterns and long-term heat can cause drought, due to which the forest and There may be a fire in Pete, which can threaten residents and firefighters. However, a warm environment also keeps more moisture, so in some areas it is possible. With risace or snow, the probability of excessive rainfall and flooding increases. In many large populated areas, the rise in sea level can increase people's storm surge and in the way of coastal floods, more intense tropical in hot sea water. Hurricanes and typhoons can occur, whereas sea cycles remain a factor in the frequency of tropical cyclones.

Poor Air Quality three major Components - Pollution from sunlight, hot air, and burning of coal and gasoline from power plants and pollutants - combine to produce ground-level ozone (smog), which man experiences as poor air quality Are. High air temperature increases smog, if sunlight, fossil fuel pollution and air currents remain the same.

2. Food

Increased Irrigation - Such areas of the world which are now dependent on rain based agriculture may need irrigation, which can lead to higher costs and struggles over access to water.

Planting and Harvesting Changes - Movement of seasonal rain patterns and more severe rainfall events and related floods - can delay planting and harvesting.

Low Yields - Due to high temperature and drought-related stress, the productivity of crops and livestock can decrease including milk yield.

Fisheries Risk - Changes in abundance and type of fishes and other seafood can harm commercial fishes, while hot water can pose a threat to human consumption, as the risk of infectious diseases can increase. Excessive ocean temperatures and ocean acidification are at the risk of coral reefs-many of the world's fisheries.


1. Extreme dry

Global warming affects the movement of water in the atmosphere due to evaporation and land surface and plants due to evaporation and transpiration - which is expected to be:

Dry Pounded in Dry Areas -  In dry areas, due to evaporation, duration of drought may be produced - deficient in the moisture content of the rivers, lakes and ground water, and the adequate soil moisture in the agricultural areas. Since 1970, the tropical and subtype has reduced the rainfall. South Africa, South Africa, South Asian, Mediterranean and American Southwest are drying, for example. Even areas that are relatively wet, can experience long, arid conditions among extreme rainfall events.

Expansion of Dry Areas - Scientists hope that by the middle of the century, the quantity of drought-affected land - and the affected areas - will reduce water resources by 30 percent. These changes are partly due to the expansion of atmospheric circulation patterns, called Headley cells - where hot air rises in the tropics, loses moisture with tropical thunderstorms, and drops in sub form in the form of dry air. As jet streams shift on high latitudes, and the patterns of storm change, semi-arid and desert areas are expected to expand.

Land Ice

Sea-Level Rise - Water from shrinking glaciers and ice sheets is now a major contributor to global sea level rise. Due to prolonged polar regions and climates in the mountains, this additional runoff is adding new water to the oceans of the world.

Short-Term Increase in Flash Flood - Many rivers that get their water from the melting glaciers or ice, already there is a possibility of an overall increase in extreme runoff and runoff in spring, at least in the short term - possibly increases the risk of flood and rocks falling. .

Quick Warming from Albedo - Snow frozen in the polar regions, some of the sun's energy back into space (which is known as Albibo), helps to keep the planet cool. As this snow shrinks and the dark-coloured land comes in, it absorbs more solar energy - creates a reaction loop that accelerates the planet's warming.


Two major mechanisms are becoming the reason for sea-level rise. First of all, ice is releasing water in the oceans of shrinking soil, like mountainous glaciers and polar ice sheets. Second, as soon as the temperature of the sea increases, hot water spreads. The water trapped inside a basin bounded by the continents has now gone above, but nowhere else. In some parts of the world, especially in the lower river deltas, the local land is submerged (which is known as the sub-continent) - which greatly increases the level of the sea. The results of the rise in sea level include:

Threat to Coastal Communities - Some 40 percent of the world's population lives within 62 miles (100 kilometers) of sea, causing millions of lives and property and infrastructure of billions of dollars in danger.
  • High tides and sometimes high seas, hurricanes are more dangerous for people and coastal infrastructure.
  • Natural protection against harmful hurricane waves is increasingly threatened. Barrier islands, beaches, sand dunes, salt marshes, mangrove stand, and sludge and sand flatten the inland sea level, as long as there is no barrier with the retreating path. If they can not move, these natural safeguards are washed or drowned.
  • To protect the roads, buildings and other important coastal resources, many coastlines have sea walls, jetty and other artificial hedges. In these areas, sea level rise enhances caries of stranded beaches, wetlands and engineered structures.


Lakes and Rivers
Dead Zone - In the warming climate, an upper layer in deep lakes slow down the exchange of air - a process that usually adds oxygen to the water. This, in turn, often creates a large "dead zone" - unable to support oxygen and life. The dead zone continuously blooms the toxic algal, foully drinks water and massively kills the fish.

Stress When the stream flows due to the warm temperatures already in the peaks, then the low flow flow begins in the summer and remains long in the fall. These changes stress the aquatic plants and animals that have been optimized for specific low-flowing conditions. For example, the living rate of salmon and trout like fish decreases when the level of water in rivers and drains is alarmingly low. This is partly because the bears can spawn salmon more easily in very shallow water, because the salmon struggle is upwards.

Displacement of Cold Water Species - As the temperature of the air increases, the temperature of the water also increases - especially the shallow parts of the rivers and the surface water of the lakes. Streams and lakes can be inappropriate for cold water fishes, but support for hotter-growing species. Some hot water species are already going to water in higher latitudes and altitude.


Forced flee and extinction Plants and animals are migrating to high altitude and latitudes. Land-based species that already live in extreme habitats - such as plants and animals are found only in alpine areas - can be extinct because they have no place to go, while other shrubs and boreal trees warming tundra But encroach on. Plants hardness are shifting due to less latitudinal plants living on high latitudes.

Genealogy of life-cycle events The events of many synchronized cycles in the past are now out of the strangers. For example, seasonal changes or bird prematurely before premature can start before. And these birds may find that they are insects and other creatures on which they come from the way of migration are not available. Meanwhile, late temperatures in winter can force the flowers to extinguish the flowers quickly, so that they may fall prey to late frost.

Increase in allergy and toxic plants. Increasing concentrations of CO2 in the environment works as a fertilizer for many plants. These changes can encourage the growth of certain crops, trees and weeds - the climate increases at least under moderate temperatures. Some powerful allergens and toxic plants, such as poison ivy - about 80 percent of people are allergic, Especially in warm and CO2-rich conditions.

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