Global warming causes and effects

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Some current trends clearly point / shows that global warming on sea level rise, climate change and icecap melting significantly around the world have a direct impact. In short, global warming represents a fundamental threat to all life on Earth.

à significant increase in global average temperature over the past century. Result of the temperature rise caused by the result of feeling the world around doing research in this area indicates that the Earth's temperature could rise by 5.8 to 1.4 , for a period of 100 years.

Unfortunately, our lives, and has established an imbalance between planets has shown signs of imbalances continue to rise in the form of floods, tornadoes, landslides, tsunamis, droughts and other disasters, and if one day it will bring a question mark in the planet's survival. With the huge loss of forests, increased carbon dioxide levels in the world has led to a time not experienced for millions of years on this planet year's level of about 0.4 percentage points.

There warming and population growth around the world have close relationship. Even if global warming is already considered these glaciers have long-term impact.

Melting glaciers at sea level, rising from 0.35 mm to 0.4 mm results.

Sea-level rise is a major cause for concern. Low rainfall and rising temperatures may increase the intensity and frequency of storms.

In India, the impact of global warming is a matter of serious concern. In (outside air) temperature rise and fall of rain, it will naturally cause the crop yields.

Temperature on a global scale, leading to a growing concern about the country, the state, business / projects, people develop an action plan to avoid this situation.
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