- Environmental Change: Climate Change

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Climate Change - Environmental change.


Climate change is an occurrence of a change from patterns in weather which also affects land surfaces and ice sheets in global or regional areas. When climate change occurs, it continues for several decades. Climate change can often occur when there has recently been a volcano, such changes in the patterns of sun radiation or internal variability.

During the last century, burning of fossil fuels like coal and oil has increased the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide. This happens because the coal or oil burning process combines carbon with oxygen in the air to make CO2. To a lesser extent, the clearing of land for agriculture, industry, and other human activities has increased concentrations
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With global warming the vegetation with large areas; the earth changes. This leaves animals remaining with reducing the amount of food, for instance, the koala’s habitat is in a eucalyptus forest which they feed on the leaves, but if too much carbon dioxide suddenly occurs near the area, it changes the chemical composition leaving the leaves toxic to the koalas which threatens their extinction.

Climate change has serious effects on both living and nonliving things which can destroy their nature, habitat or way of living.

This is an irreversible problem but it is stoppable, there definitely are ways to stop this ghastly matter as most times, we humankind have create emission being let into the air in which the whole process of climate change begins. HOW IS IT CAUSED?

Climate change is caused when specific dangerous emissions, greenhouse gases, chemical compounds or substances are freed into the atmosphere.
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Water vapor increases as the Earth's atmosphere warms, but so does the possibility of clouds and precipitation, making these some of the most important feedback mechanisms to the greenhouse
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It is so compellingly evidential that the concentrations of these gases in the atmosphere have increased and still increasing rapidly, that climate change is occurring, and that most of the recent change is almost certainly due to emissions of greenhouse gases caused by human activities. Further climate is inevitable; if emissions of greenhouse gases continue unabated, future climate changes will substantially exceed those that have occurred so far. There remains a range of estimates of the magnitude and regional expression of future change, but increases in the extremes of climate that can adversely affect natural ecosystems and human activities and infrastructure are expected. However this doesn’t have to be the answer, do your part, make a difference, it’s time we put a stop to this, our world is dying, help prevent climate change. There is a solution. There truly is a way we can get there, it’s possible, even against perhaps, as said ‘the global threat of our time’. We could get all people to choose among several options (or a mixture of those options) in response to this information: they can change their pattern of energy productions and usage in order to limit emissions of greenhouse gases and hence the magnitude of climate changes; they can wait for changes to occur and accept the losses, damage and suffering that arise; they can

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