By examining the previous effects of climate change, we find that Palestine will be subject to an increase in the frequency and severity of many natural hazards. underground reservoir. In addition, the rise in temperatures and the increase in evaporation and transpiration rates will lead to an increase in the need for irrigation of plants and the demand for water, which means an increase in pressure on this already scarce resource. In the Gaza Strip, the matter will be worse, as water is more scarce than in other regions. However, the high demand for water and the doubling of the water deficit will accelerate the entry of sea water into the aquifer and predict the deterioration of water quality in Gaza much faster than expected. It must also be noted that the high number of episodes of heavy rain increases the chances of floods, especially in crowded cities with modest rainwater drainage networks. As for heat attacks, they are especially dangerous for the health and safety of patients, the elderly and children, especially when their occurrence coincides with the weakness of the electric current and its interruption for long hours, as is the case in the Gaza Strip.
Last year, the world witnessed major environmental disasters, most notably forest fires, the melting of ice sheets, and the arrival of temperatures to record levels, while the countries of the world seek to limit global warming to less than two degrees Celsius, or at least 1.5 degrees Celsius. Natural disasters that may directly and indirectly threaten human safety and health.
It is a precaution for each of us to minimize climate change
1. Do not use too many machines in factories.
2. Throwing away rubbish.
3. Putting waste in all large places.
4. Energy saving.
5. Natural disasters.
It is necessary to reduce their use because it is a negative form for us and yourselves.