@Alfred.Evans · Posted 15 Jul. 2021
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@Business.Upside · Posted 19 Jul. 2021
It is a process of heating earth and for this reason, it is destroying earth climate slowly, the main reasons for global warming are (CFC, Carbone monoxide, sulfur-di-oxide).
@Richard.Blake · Posted 23 Jul. 2021
Since human activities began, Earth's climate system has been heating up over time, as found before the industrial revolution. There has been an increase in both land and ocean temperatures since record-keeping began, in 1880, and it is still increasing. Burning fossil fuels increases atmospheric levels of greenhouse gases. It is commonly used interchangeably with climate change, though the latter refers to human- and naturally generated warming and its effects. Earth's global surface temperature on average is commonly referred to as a proxy for climate change. Global warming brings alarming levels of temperature rise. Global warming is the root cause of these problems. Solar radiation causes Earth's surface to warm. About 30% of sunlight is reflected into space by the sky, clouds, particles, and reflective surfaces of land, air, and oceans, while the remainder of it is absorbed by these surfaces.
Temperatures on the planet and in the atmosphere are changed to make life possible. Thermal radiation and infrared rays radiate directly from the Earth as it warms up, cooling it as it propagates towards space. Although outgoing radiation contains a small amount of radiation that is reabsorbed by gases in the atmosphere, namely, water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane, and ozone. Due to their ability to hold heat, they are commonly called greenhouse gases.
The re-absorption process is positive since, without greenhouse gases, the Earth's surface temperature would be very cold. Throughout the past two centuries, humankind has artificially increased the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere at a rapid rate, creating a growing dilemma. The human-enhanced global warming effect arises from the emission of over 8 billion tons of carbon dioxide since 2004 and an increase in greenhouse gases at the same time. It has been confirmed recently that global warming is indeed a result of human-induced greenhouse gas emissions. The agricultural decomposition of biomass and animal manure generates millions of pounds of methane gas every year. The release of nitrogen oxide occurs because of using nitrogen-based fertilizers such as urea and diammonium phosphate and other soil management practices. Gases released into the atmosphere remain in the atmosphere for decades, even centuries.
The most difficult task facing climate researchers is predicting the consequences of global warming. Rain, snowfall, hailstorms, and sea-level rise are all caused by natural processes that are dependent on many different factors.
Climate change can cause serious health problems for living beings. In excess of heat, blood pressure can rise, and heart problems may develop. A decrease in immunity to viruses and infections can occur because of crop failures and famines, which are direct consequences of the warming of the earth. As people move from regions of high temperatures to regions of low temperatures as a result of global warming, they may also transfer various diseases to other regions. Some types of seafood can become contaminated with harmful infections if the oceans and surface waters get too warm. The changes are a direct result of climate change, caused by humans continuing to add heat-trapping greenhouse gases to the atmosphere.