Global Warming


Global Warming


What is Global Warming ?

In simple terms, global warming means 'the rise in the temperature of the earth and the changes in the weather due to it' as a result of this increase in the temperature of the earth (which is estimated at 10 Fahrenheit at an average temperature of 100 years). Changes in rainfall patterns, melting of glaciers and glaciers, increasing sea level and the effects on flora and fauna can be revealed. 


A common man does not understand how big a problem global warming isπŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡


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He finds the term a bit technical. Therefore he does not go to the bottom of it. It is therefore left as a scientific definition. Most people feel that the world is currently under no threat from this.


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Even in India, global warming is not a prevalent word and it has no meaning even for the Indians who are part of the race. But talking about the world of science, predictions are being made about global warming. It is being described as the biggest threat of the 21st century. This threat is believed to be greater than the third world war or an asteroid hitting the earth.

We can also call it the problem of too much carbon dioxide in the atmosphere — which acts as a layer, traps heat and heats the planet. As we burn fossil fuels such as coal, oil and natural gas for energy or forests for pasture and plantations, carbon gets stored in our atmosphere.


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Over the past 50 years, average global temperatures have been rising at the fastest rate in recorded history. And experts believe that this trend is growing rapidly.

Radiation coming from the Sun is mainly in the form of visible light and a nearby wavelength, which is largely 0.2 - 41 meters away, which is equal to 6,000 from the Sun's radiative temperature. About half the radiation is in the form of visible light, which are adapted to our eyes.

About 50% of the Sun's energy is absorbed by the Earth's surface, and the rest is reflected or absorbed by the atmosphere. Absorbed energy heats the surface. Such as an idealized greenhouse model, this heat is lost as thermal radiation. 

But the reality is more complex; A greenhouse gas is a gas that absorbs and emits the radiant energy with in the thermal infrared range. Greenhouse gases cause the green house effect. The primary greenhouses gases in Earth,s atmosphere are water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and ozone. Radiatively active gases in a planet's atmosphere radiate energy in all directions.


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There is no cure to stop global warming. It can be fought only by spreading awareness about it. We have to make our earth trulyπŸ‘‰'green'πŸ‘ˆ.The more we keep the environment around us free from pollution, the greater the role we will play in saving this earth.


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πŸ’ Dangerous result

Green house gas is the gas that enters the earth's atmosphere and becomes a factor in increasing the temperature here. According to scientists, if the emission of these gases continues in this way, then in the 21st century, the temperature of the Earth can rise from 3 ° to 8 ° C. If this happens, the consequences will be very fatal. 

In many parts of the world, the sheets of snow will melt, the sea level will rise by several feet. This behavior of the sea will submerge many parts of the world, causing great destruction. This catastrophe will be greater than the devastation caused by any World War or any 'Asteroid' hitting the earth. This situation will also be very harmful for our planet Earth.


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Scientists found that since 1925, the activity of the sun steadily increased. Due to which there has been a reduction of about 9 percent in the cosmic radiation that falls on the Earth. The decrease in this radiation has also reduced the formation of certain low-level clouds formed on the Earth, so that the radiation from the sun is absorbed and due to this the increase in the temperature of the Earth can be predicted. 

πŸ’ Effects of global warming

πŸ‘» Temperature rise

It is estimated that if the input of greenhouse gases continues at the current rate, the average temperature of the Earth will increase between 1.5 and 5.5°C by 2050. Even the earth will be so hot for 10,000 years that life here will not be possible.


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πŸ‘» Sea level rise

Today, with the increase in global temperature, sea water is also increasing. Current models indicate that the average global sea level will rise by 0.2–1.5 m over the next 50–100 years because of an increase in average atmospheric temperature of 3 ° C.


πŸ’ Effects on human health

Various diseases like malaria, filariasis etc. will increase.


πŸ’  Impact on agriculture

It can show positive or negative effects on different types of crops in different regions of the world.

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πŸ’πŸ’ Solutions of global warming


πŸ‘ Planting trees is the easiest way to save our planet from the dangers of global warming.  It is being said that plants can help prevent global warming by absorbing this harmful gas and reducing the greenhouse effect.

πŸ‘ Compact fluorescent light (CFLs) and Light Emitting Diode (LED) bulbs are expensive but they last for a long time and save a lot of energy in the long run and also keep your electricity bill low.

Useful TipπŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡

Turn off electrical equipment when not in use.

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For example, when you are not watching TV, keep it closed or when you exit the room, switch off the light.

πŸ‘ Walk more or use a bicycle

😞 Cars are the biggest cause of pollution. If you are going out somewhere, ask yourself the question, is it necessary to get in the car? If you are going a short distance then walk or cycleπŸ‘Œ

πŸ‘ Promoting the use of organic foods is one of the effective ways to prevent global warming. 

πŸ‘ Waste disposal

Plastic waste is the biggest threat to the environment. Use plastic at least. Take beverages such as cold drinks, juice, etc. in glass bottles. Dispose of garbage correctly, just donate it to garbage, do not throw it here and there.

Every year 1 lakh marine mammals and 1 million sea birds are killed by swallowing plastic.😞😞


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πŸ‘ Use less soap and detergents

Use only the prescribed quantity of detergent while washing clothes or utensils.

πŸ‘ Rescue of dripping tap and water

πŸ‘‰If the cracks of your tubes are dripping, get them fixed immediately. 
πŸ‘‰Do not keep the tap open while brushing. 
πŸ‘‰Do not wash the car daily, and only wash it with water in the bucket. 
πŸ‘‰Do not wash the car washers, these people waste the most water.

πŸ‘ Rainwater storage

If possible, store rain water. It can be used in various tasks.

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