Climate change

Facts about Climate change. There are 6 facts & answers about Climate change

19. What are the 5 causes of climate change?

The National found out the five main culprits for this increase in greenhouse gases.
Fossil fuels. Expand Autoplay. ...
Deforestation. ...
Increasing livestock farming. ...
Fertilisers containing nitrogen. ...
Fluorinated gases.

20. What are the examples of climate change?

What Is Climate Change?
Rising sea levels.
Shrinking mountain glaciers.
Ice melting at a faster rate than usual in Greenland, Antarctica and the Arctic.
Changes in flower and plant blooming times.

21. What are the four examples of climate change?

What Is Climate Change?Rising sea levels.Shrinking mountain glaciers.Ice melting at a faster rate than usual in Greenland, Antarctica and the Arctic.Changes in flower and plant blooming times.

22. What would happen if we stopped climate change?

The energy that is held at the Earth by the increased carbon dioxide does more than heat the air.
It melts ice; it heats the ocean. ... So even if carbon emissions
stopped completely right now, as the oceans catch up with the
atmosphere, the Earth's temperature would rise about another 1.1F
(0.6C).

23. Who is affected most by climate change?

The
Germanwatch institute presented the results of the Global Climate Risk
Index 2020 during COP25 in Madrid. According to this analysis, based on
the impacts of extreme weather events and the socio-economic losses they
cause, Japan, the Philippines and Germany are the most affected places by climate change today.

24. Why is climate change the most important issue?

One of the most pressing issues of our time, climate change threatens the lives and livelihoods of billions of people.
Natural disasters, environmental degradation and extreme weather
patterns disrupt harvests, deplete fisheries, erode livelihoods and spur
infectious diseases.

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