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Causes of Global Warming

Some planets in the Earth’s solar system are too hot and some are too cold. The temperature of the Earth is very conducive for life, because there is a proper environment created by greenhouse gases all around the Earth, which protect the Earth by covering it. The Earth is called a blue planet because of the presence of water due to which there is a continuous flow of life on this planet. The ocean accounts for more than 70 percent of the entire Earth. It has a very important role in the preservation of all the living beings of the Earth. But due...

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Global Warming

Due to global warming, the temperature of the Earth is continuously rising. There are tremendous changes in the climate with natural calamities striking us too often. The rise in sea level, changes in weather, melting of glaciers, decrease in forests, destruction of many types of organisms and vegetative species, increase in various diseases, etc are seen in all parts of the world. In fact, global warming is a major issue related to the existence of mankind. That’s why everyone should know about it and take steps to counter the threat posed by it. What is Global Warming? Global warming means continuous rise in Earth’s average surface or environmental temperature due to greenhouse effect.  Now what’s greenhouse effect? The Earth’s atmosphere is composed of nitrogen, oxygen, etc which is responsible for maintaining average temperature for life on Earth at 16 degree Celsius. When the sun rays collide with the Earth’s surface, most of the energy is absorbed by greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, sulphur dioxide, carbon monoxide, while a part of the solar radiation called infrared radiation returns into space by means of clouds, snowflakes, and other reflective things. Reasons/Causes of Global Warming The most important reason for the increase in the temperature of our Earth is the continuous increase in the pollution, due to which the level of greenhouse gases is increasing, which is damaging the...

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Climate Change and Agriculture

Climate change has become a topic of debate among developed and developing countries on international forums. It may be a mere news or academic subject matter for people earning their livelihood out of everyday struggles. But the fact is that this problem, which has adverse effects on air, water, agriculture, food, health, livelihood and housing etc, affects the lives of all of us. Rising average temperatures, extremities of weather, and other climate related conditions are not limited to any particular communities or regions. If people from coastal or island areas are affected by the rise in sea level, farmers...

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Climate Change Facts

Life and environment complement each other. Pure water, earth, air are the primary conditions of our healthy life. Climate change or global warming has become a major cause for concern throughout the world. Scientists from around the world have pressed the alarm bells over the rapidly changing climate of the Earth. The phenomenon of climate change has emerged as a major threat to mankind, affecting not only the developed, but all the countries of the world. The ice sheets in many parts of the world are melting, and sea levels are increasing. Concrete steps are required to prevent climate change, if we want to save life on Earth. It is imperative that we need to preserve our environment and nature for both present and future generations. Following are some important facts about climate change: –> One of the reasons behind the seriousness of the climate change is the continuous growing population of the world, which is likely to surpass approximately 9 billion, i.e. 900 crore by 2040. Now the population is close to 7.5 billion, and China and India’s “contribution” is more than 2.50 billion – more than a third! –> In the last 50 years, the global population has doubled, but consumption of natural resources has quadrupled. –> The world’s most affluent people numbering around 50 crore spread 50% of all carbon dioxide emissions, whereas 300 crore poor...

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Climate Change Speech

The threat of climate change needs to be taken very seriously. And this awareness should not be confined to scientists only, it is necessary to bring this knowledge to the common man too. The way the population is increasing, the pressure on Earth in the coming days is undoubtedly going to increase critically. How air and water have been polluted in recent times, is a matter of deep concern. Here we are providing you four (4) speeches on Climate Change to help you get prepared to speech on this topic at any event in the school, public place, community, etc to spread awareness about Climate Change and its effects among people. Speech on Climate Change Climate Change Speech – 1 Respected Principal sir, Respected Teachers and Dear Fellow Students, Welcome to the World Environment Day, I am here to host the programme for today and Climate Change is the most suitable topic, I would like to talk about. Climate change is a global problem today. The continuing change in climate across the world is posing threat to our environment and society as a whole with no clear remedy. It is happening due to the continuous rise in temperature which is very injurious for the mankind as it is directly affecting our health. The sudden increase in temperature leads to high heat waves during summers and lesser cold waves during...

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