The threats that climate change poses for mankind but also for all life on this planet are more real today than ever. To warn against these is not alarmism, but sensible. Deforestation not only turns large forests from important CO2 sinks into CO2 emitters, but it also changes the global water cycle and leads to … Continue reading Threats
Deforestation is a topic that most of us have heard about, if not directly. We see evidence of deforestation—from tree stumps to starkly empty ground—as we travel or walk across the world today. Urban and rural areas as well as jungles and mountains are all affected by deforestation. Taking trees from a forest for purposes other than their health or quality is known as deforestation.
Human operations cause an impact on the worldwide ecology, which can have severe ramifications for our future lives. Variations in the Earth’s atmosphere gas content, partly due to CO2 and other “GHG” emissions, may result in a spike in temperatures with significant geographical and spatial volatility, changes in global flow dynamics, and a substantial reorganization of climatic conditions. In this work, we examine these and other factors to relate glacier and permafrost melting, soil water loss, and flood risk. This research investigates all of the characteristics mentioned above and connects them using a common issue in each. We will be able to provide a comprehensive answer to these cross-cutting challenges in this manner.
4 weeks before COP26 in Glasgow. The belief that the world leaders will actually act has long vanished. But one thought comes up. Would it not be great if the climate crisis would be solved by an alliance of people, institutions and companies, that are willing to take actual steps toward a carbon-free economy and world?