Global Warming

Global Warming

Climate change is among the most serious ecological problems of the time, and it threatens to wreak havoc on humankind in the future unless drastic steps are taken to curtail greenhouse gas emissions. Rapid climate change, also called climate change, involves both regional climate changes and global warming due to human carbon emissions, leading to extreme weather events, drought and wildfires, impacting people around the world. 1 approach to reduce or perhaps eliminate the danger of global warming is to employ strategies for adaptation, which involves adapting the means, practices and infrastructure of both the communities and people to change with the climate.

During the last ten years, with the help of satellites, space exploration has advanced to a very high level and we now know more about our environment than previously. Satellite images reveal that the pace of change is accelerating and evidence is mounting that indicates a troubling increase in the frequency and intensity of natural disasters, which might result from climate change. While the extent of the threat of climate change may continue to be uncertain, there is no doubt that it presents an unprecedented challenge for society and people everywhere to adapt to and cope with the changing climate. Quick adaptation is needed to safeguard people and ecosystems from chronic damage. Adaptation projects aim to build on successful principles and policies in the region of adaptation, including adaptation plans, research and monitoring, global adaptation applications and funding for adaptation projects, adaptation partnerships and adaptation policy development.

Quick changes in the atmosphere, ocean and ice caused by human activities have increased the risk of natural disasters for the last many decades. While natural disasters are unlikely to disappear, the gradual gain in the frequency and intensity of such events over the years highlights the need for adaptation planning and reaction. Adaptation solutions involve both cost-effective and productive strategies for individuals and communities. These include establishing resilience of those physical structures of communities such as homes and infrastructure, monitoring and research efforts to assess the vulnerability of the environment to climate change, production of shelters as well as other security methods and changing lifestyle and food habits of people to deal with climate change. While climate change is a really real and potentially disastrous problem, it’s the power to be dealt with through a variety of adaptation strategies.