My little experience says, regarding climate change.

My little experience says, regarding climate change.

Ahmedabad : India | Apr 17, 2010 at 3:22 AM PDT
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My friends,

I herewith revealing my few experiences on 'Earth Day'.
Please, take a look.

As the global demand for energy is going to increase in the coming next decades, and this will definitely create the complexities of global climate change.

Not to say but the matter will pose serious questions for our loving climate, as we are facing worldwide climate change problem.

My response to climate change matter involves seeking ways to reduce GHGs from the use of fossil fuels, as well as expanding the use of alternative fuels with improving energy efficiency.

As most of the seen increase in global average temperatures since the middle of 20th century is very likely, just due to manmade GHGs.

With levels of CO2 continuing to rise, I suggests areas of the world where a tropical climate will be much warmer.

Not to say, but these changes would lead to the spreading of more catastrophic natural disasters and overall greater human health risks.

Even a few degrees change in Celsius can make a major difference in our life cycle.

Today, Carbon, in the form of CO2, is a greenhouse gas, and is continually released into the atmosphere as a direct result of our activities.

This in turn increases the temperature of the earth, and is leading to our global climate change.

The concentrations CO2 has increased by about 30% since the industrial revolution in the 19th century. Most of these increases are coming from the use of fossil fuel, coal, oil and natural gas used for energy.

Many of other reasons are clearing of forests and the cultivation of soils for food production.

Whereas natural sources of atmospheric carbon include gases emitted by volcanoes.

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SONALBEN RANA is based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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