The entire world is now vocal about climate change
The whole world is now talking about climate change. When the flame of fire falls upon ourselves, it can no longer be ignored.
Numerous research articles and reports on climate change are constantly being published in research journals of the developed world. It is no longer subtle, perceptible through our ordinary senses—how climate change affects our environment.
A hundred years ago, Rabindranath Tagore said through his music – ‘No juice, great burning time. Play, play, but play with silent fear.’
The silent horror of the excellent combustion of nature has been going on for a long time. Bangladesh was called the land of six seasons, and the six seasons had a clear imprint even just a few decades ago. Now, half the year is summer. It rains from time to time.
Global warming is such a terrible thing that it increases the ability of the air to hold water vapor. Along with this, the level of evaporation from wetlands also increases.
As a result, there is no rain; when it rains, everything sinks quickly in the shower. The weather is experiencing a striking contrast, with either severe drought or heavy rainfall. Both of these things are very dangerous.
Every region of the world is experiencing direct or indirect effects of climate change. Droughts, floods, and wildfires affect people on all continents.
Billions of dollars are being lost in these disasters. The WHO reported in last year’s report that at least 15,700 people died across Europe last year due to wildfires.
Indeed, climate change is a complex and ongoing process, occurring gradually over millions of years. Variations in solar radiation, volcanic activity, and the movement of Earth’s orbit act as its influence, but in recent history, human activity has become the cause of climate change.
The Industrial Revolution in the 18th and 19th centuries began climate change. Due to this industrialization, fossil fuels (coal, oil, and natural gas) have started releasing large amounts of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Global temperatures began to rise markedly in the early 20th century.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) notes that there has been an unprecedented increase in global average surface temperatures over the past century—largely human-caused. It should be noted that the establishment of climate science also took place in the 20th century.
During this time, the scientific understanding of climate change improved significantly. Scientists began studying the effects of Earth’s climate system, greenhouse gases, and human activities.
Her report began digesting carbon dioxide intensity in the 1950s and 1960s, with forces like Charles Dead Killing.
The Political IPC was established in 1988 to assess the scientific knowledge of climate change. The Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 authorized the Framework Convention on Climate Change of the Union.
In 1997, the Kyoto Protocol, an international agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, was adopted. From 2000 to the present, continuous warming, extreme weather events, and melting of polar ice have become important indicators of climate change.
In 2015, nearly all countries agreed to the Paris Agreement—to limit global warming to below two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. Since then, we have seen clear signs of climate change worldwide in the last few years.
This woman possesses just a single roof. The fire of hell is still being fueled – it is spreading more and more heat worldwide. If each country faithfully fulfills its responsibility in its sphere, its reins may be pulled.
Since climate change-related disasters will increase yearly, taking proper steps and preparations to manage them is necessary.