Reason of Global Warming and it’s negative impacts in climate change since 2000

Here’s a definition of global warming, and it’s impacts.

“Global warming is the occurrence of raising air temperatures around the surface within the last a couple of centuries of Earth. “

The specialists observed the trend is quickening: as one of the 16 hottest years in the 135 years record historical data of NASA have happened since 2000. Climate scientists have the mid-20th century observations of diverse climate conditions (for example, temp, rain, and storm) and of associated impacts on climate (like ocean currents as well as the atmosphere’s chemical formation).

These statistics imply the effect of human actions since the jump of the Revolution of industry. It has arisen and that Earth’s climate has changed over every time scale since the start of time. Climate change deniers have contended that there’s been a “pause” or even a “downturn” in rising global temperatures; however, several recent studies disapprove it, and scientists say that unless we suppress global-warming emissions, typical U.S. temperatures will increase around 11oF over the next century.


Global warming may reach top from the value of last century and may cause of releasing heat-trapping gas too. Its probability are getting higher every day.

Global warming occurs by Carbon based pollutants and greenhouse gas. These are mixed in the atmosphere and engross sunlight and solar radiation, which are the source of global warming of Earth-surface. Usually, this radiation will escape into space–but these pollutants, which may last for many years to centuries from the air, trap the heat and cause the entire world to get hotter as known as greenhouse effect.

We frequently predict the consequence of global warming, but it’s inducing a set of modifications to the planet’s climate, or even long-term climate patterns, which changes from place to place. Scientist and climate expert some considered global warming and climate change are identical.

Climate change encompasses not just increasing average temperatures but also severe weather events, changing wildlife habitats and populations, rising seas, and also a selection of different impacts.

Image credit : Markus Koljonen (Dilaudid), Impacts of Global WarmingCC BY-SA 3.0

Why does global warming matter?

The rapid rise in greenhouse gases (i.e., CFCs ) is a serious problem because it’s changing the climate quicker than some things can accommodate. And new and much more unpredictable climate challenges.

However, with concentrations of greenhouse gas climbing, Earth’s remaining ice sheets like Greenland and Antarctica are also beginning to melt. That water can increase sea levels quickly, as well as appreciably. In 2050, sea levels are predicted to rise between 1.0 and 2.3 feet as glaciers melt.

The climate can change an unexpected way, as the mercury rises, it will impact more severely. The weather could become intense in addition to rising sea levels.

Negative impacts of global warming- The Melting of Ice image credit : pixabay free images
Negative impacts of global warming- The Melting of Ice
Negative impacts of global warming- The Melting of Ice image credit : pixabay free images

Is global warming too big of a problem to tackle?

Wondering how to prevent the global warming?

So we need to lesser carbon footprint because of pollution by following a couple of simple steps that we may follow

Need to make conserving energy a part of routine and our selections as a consumer of appliances like refrigerator to dryers, and should look for energy saving options.  When you buy a vehicle, start looking for emissions that are the lowest and the highest in gas mileage. You might lower your emissions by carpooling when possible or taking public transportation.

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About Dr. Subrata Jana

I am Subrata, Ph.D. in Engineering, more specifically interested in Nuclear and Energy science related domains. I have multi-domain experience starting from Service Engineer for electronics drives and micro-controller to specialized R&D work. I have worked on various projects, including nuclear fission, fusion to solar photovoltaics, heater design, and other projects. I have a keen interest in the science domain, energy, electronics and instrumentation, and industrial automation, primarily because of the wide range of stimulating problems inherited to this field, and every day it’s changing with industrial demand. Our aim here is to exemplify these unconventional, complex science subjects in an easy and understandable to the point manner.
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