Global Warming Eating Nature

Muhammad Naeem January 16, 2012 1

Global warming relates to the growing average temperature of Earth ‘s atmospheric state and seas and its planned  sequel. A rise  in global temperature will making sea levels to increase and will alter the amount and form of downfall water, and a likely enlargement of semitropic deserts. Heating is expected to be strongest in the Arctic and would be linked with going forward draw back of glaciers, permafrost and sea ice. Weather change will have a substantial affect  on the sustainability of water supplies in the coming decades. A new research were conducted by Natural Resources Defense Council and studied the consequences of global warming on water supply and demand in the contiguous United States. The study found that more than 1,100 counties will face higher risks of water shortages by mid-century as the result of global warming. All this is due to cutting forests and finishing natural lakes by human being. We should think about our climate changes and try to reduce pollution and plantation of trees.







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  1. Saad January 19, 2012 at 6:00 AM - Reply

    We should work on environment friendly projects. Whole north and south pole is melting day by day…. ONE day, we will be living on water.

    We should think about our daily activities in which we harm our environment. For example, do we avoid burning of plastic bags?, do we take care about where we are throwing wastage?, do we care about smoke we emit daily from our own hands (smoking)?… ETC

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