Climate Change And Global Warming

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Climate Related Threats
Global warming will lead to uncontrollable devastation such as famine, war, and economic instability. Climate change will accelerate the dislocation of hundreds of millions of people and the extinction of many species. The negative effects of climate change are obvious on every continent. Professor Le Quere, director of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at the University of East Anglia said, "The human influence on climate change is clear. The atmosphere and oceans are warming, the snow cover is shrinking, the Arctic sea ice is melting, sea levels are rising, the oceans are acidifying, some extreme weather events are on the rise, ecosystems and natural habitats will be upset. Climate change threatens food security and world economies” (The Independent). This drastic warning by Professor Le Quere shows no one is immune to global warming. Change in climate will endanger world fragility and the global food supply. The effect of global warming will lead to war and famine, which are so far advanced that they threaten the existence of life on our planet.

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When global warming strikes, we will see threats toward the global food production and supply. As temperatures rise and drought starts, the production of things like livestock, wheat, fruit, corn, and fisheries decrease. Different parts of the planet that have adequate rainfall for crop production now, will need irrigation systems to support their yields. Irrigation

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