Approaches to Reduce the Effects of Climate Change

Climate change has adverse effects on the globe, triggering several responses to try and neutralize them to protect humans, plants, and animals. Major effects of climate change include rising global temperatures, mainly due to the greenhouse gas effect. The world experiences warmer temperatures than before, which have resulted in the melting of polar ice and the rise of the sea level. Rising temperatures have also led to more diseases and pests around the world. In this respect, there are more health hazards caused by global warming. Moreover, climate change has led to long droughts, resulting in the loss of animals and plants, hunger, and loss of species.

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