Global Warming


 What is Global Warming? Causes, Prevention and Effects

What is Global Warming?

Global warming is the observed increase of Earth's average surface temperature due to the greenhouse effect. The greenhouse effect is a process by which certain gases in the atmosphere trap heat that would otherwise be emitted into space, causing Earth’s surface temperature to rise.


The greenhouse effect is a natural process that has been occurring since Earth’s formation and will continue to occur for billions of years. However, human activities have been accelerating it since the Industrial Revolution and it has become an important issue for environmental scientists and policy makers.

What Causes Global Warming?

Global warming is the gradual increase in the average temperature of Earth’s atmosphere and oceans, which leads to changes in the world's climate.


This phenomenon is caused by an increase in atmospheric greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide. These gases are released from natural sources such as volcanoes and human activities like fossil fuel burning and deforestation.

How to Prevent Global Warming?

The effects of climate change on our planet are already being felt in the form of natural disasters and extreme weather. The planet is warming up at an unprecedented rate, leading to the melting of glaciers and polar ice caps. This exposes more landmass to the sun, which in turn leads to increased global warming.Also, climate change is not just a problem that affects humans; it also impacts animals and plants. For example, an increase in sea levels has led to the displacement of many animal populations from their habitats, as well as an increase in plant species extinction rates.

Global Warming

The first step is to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. One way to do this is by using renewable energy sources like solar, wind, and hydro power. Another way is by reducing our use of fossil fuels and other non-renewable energy sources.

The second step is to take action to protect the Earth's natural systems, such as forests and wetlands. These ecosystems absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it in their leaves, trunks, branches, roots, and soil. They also provide habitat for wildlife and regulate water flow into streams or rivers.

The third step is to stop deforestation because trees are important for absorbing carbon dioxide from the air. We need more trees on Earth so they can continue absorbing carbon dioxide from our atmosphere while increasing the amount of oxygen

What are the Effects of Climate Change on our Planet?

The changes in the planet’s climate will have a significant effect on our natural resources. The earth is already feeling the effects of climate change, and these effects are only going to get worse with time.

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We can see that even though we are doing our best to cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, it is not enough. We need to do more to prevent ourselves from facing the consequences of climate change.

What You Can Do To Be Part of The Solution

At the end of the day, it is all about how you use your skillset to make a difference in the world. And there are many things that you can do to be part of the change.

Some people might think that they don't have enough time to do anything or they might not know what they can do. But there are many ways that anyone can contribute, from donating money to volunteering their time 

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