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God has given me a tongue, with which to speak and express my thoughts, He has given me the mind, so that I may think before my tongue utters. That is why I use my mind to supply my tongue with the words to write on this vital topic, which I have always wanted to find the opportunity to speak on.

That is why we will review these questions in order

1. What is climate? ?

What is climate change?

What is the cause of the climate crisis?

What are the risks of the climate crisis?

What are the effects of the climate crisis?

How can we mitigate the climate crisis?

Climate change: its causes and consequences

The climate crisis, along with the loss of biodiversity, is the biggest challenge facing the world today. Rising global average temperatures have a profound effect on our climate, and these effects will only become more severe in the coming years.

Now is our chance to tackle climate change.

Climate change is the defining issue of our time, and we are at a defining moment. The global impacts of climate change are wide-ranging and unprecedented in their scale, from changing weather patterns that threaten food production, to rising sea levels that increase the risk of catastrophic floods. Adapting to these effects will be more difficult and costly in the future if drastic action is not taken now.

First, we all know what climate is. If you don't know, that's okay!!

Climate is the long-term average of atmospheric conditions, from generally measured meteorological variables: temperature, air humidity, atmospheric pressure, wind, and precipitation. In a broader sense, climate is the state of the components of the climate system, which include the oceans and ice on Earth.

Second, what is climate change?

The climate of our planet changes over geological time with marked fluctuations in average temperatures. However, during this period the temperature rises more rapidly than ever before. It has become clear that humanity is responsible for most of the warming in the last century by causing the release of greenhouse gases commonly referred to as greenhouse gases or greenhouse gases to power our modern lives. We do this through burning fossil fuels, agriculture, land use, and other activities that lead to climate change.

Although climate change is complex, we must know how it happens

Third: What causes climate change?

The phenomenon of climate change is defined as the change in the patterns of temperature and wind during a certain period of time, which may last for years. Human causes of climate change How have human activities affected the Earth's climate balance?

Many human activities, such as: cutting trees, burning forests, and the use of fertilizers, especially at the beginning of the industrial revolution, led to an imbalance in the Earth's climate, as it contributed to a high concentration of nitrogen oxide and carbon gas.

There is also an overwhelming scientific consensus that global warming is mostly man-made: 97% of climate scientists reach this conclusion.

And I think one of the biggest culprits by far is the burning of fossil fuels ie coal, gas and oil, which has increased the concentration of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide in our atmosphere. This activity, combined with other activities such as preparing land for agriculture, is causing the average temperature of our planet to rise.

Most ask??

Why do we need to stop climate change?

I tell you; Because we all deserve equal protection because there is nothing to lose by taking the initiative, and we have everything to gain because we have the knowledge, the power, and the ability to stop climate change.

Our demands, the people, towards the state and governments to reduce the global crisis, are to:

1- To do everything in its power to help stop the increase in global temperatures by more than one and a half degrees Celsius.

2- To reduce greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050 at the latest. And the richer countries should do it faster. By 2030, global emissions should reach half of what they were in 2010.

3- To stop using fossil fuels (coal, oil, and gas) as soon as possible.

4- To ensure that the measures taken to confront climate change are conducted in a manner that does not violate the human rights of any individual, and in a manner that reduces, not increases, injustice.

5- Ensure that everyone, especially those affected by climate change or the transition to an economy without fossil fuels, is aware of what is happening and is able to participate in decisions about their future.

Work together to share the burden of climate change - the richer countries must help other countries in a fair way.

In conclusion, what you mentioned of information, and what you wrote of words, indicates the great importance of the crisis, and the need to pay attention to it in order to evaluate life.

You can't believe that the topic is over and go wait a minute!!

I want you to think

What is the impact of climate change on children in low-income countries?

Think πŸ€” / think πŸ€”.....

Comments (2)

  • British Council.jpg placid_desert | Jhenidah Cadet College | Bangladesh
    14 Oct 2021

    Low-incomed countries neither have any plan to mitigate their misery nor any initiatives that would work worth for climate crisis.

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  • British Council.jpg resilient_thought | Mymensingh Girls Cadet College | Bangladesh
    16 Oct 2021

    Climate change is a burning issues all over the world. Nobody will escape from the bad effect of this change. Every living being will suffer from the worst effect of climate change. But is it made by the creature of another universe? Absolutely not. It is we the people of universe are the sole response of the climate change. We have to avoid the use of one time product. To produce lot of one time material we create lot of green house gas , the main culprit of climate change. So we have to change our mind set to reduce global warming and use the long durable products.

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