Adverse Effects of Climate Change
Some of the most typical consequences of climate change are listed below:
- The increase in global average temperature.
- Glaciers are melting, and sea levels are rising.
- More precipitation overall.
- After Industrial Revolution, the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere increased by 40%.
- Water bodies have also been affected because flooding has become so regular.
- Climate also affects agriculture and food sources.
- It also significantly affects people's health.
- Children, the elderly, those with preexisting conditions, outdoor laborers, persons of color, and those with little income are among the most vulnerable categories and are at an even higher risk.
- It also significantly affects the habitat and the creatures that live there.
- Extreme weather can strain already-existing infrastructure, including bridges, roads, ports, electrical grids, and broadband internet, by bringing torrential rainfall, floods, wind, snow, or temperature shifts.
What are the effects of climate change?
Weather patterns shift due to warming temperatures and upset the natural order. It puts us and all other life on Earth in grave danger.
- Frequent droughts can injure animals, destroy habitats, and have a fatal impact.
- Detrimental weather occurrences such as storms, heat waves, rising sea levels, melting glaciers, and warmer oceans can increase frequency or severity as climate change worsens.