Archive for the ‘Climate Change’ Category

Global warming and climate change: A direct relationship affecting our planet

Is the Earth warming? Is this warming is caused by pollution? Will the change in climate bring violent weather, storms, floods, melting glaciers, rising sea levels, desertification of large areas etc.? All these issues are exciting and controversial. It is logically so because we are talking about a problem with serious implications on the lives […]

How climate change can give birth to infectious diseases

Infectious diseases are those diseases that can spread from one person to another through various environmental factors such as air, water, and direct contact and through certain medical procedure such as blood transfusion. Many microorganisms such as bacteria, virus and parasites are known as causative agents of many infectious diseases that can spread from one […]

Top causes of climate change

The rate of climatic change that is occurring in our planet is happening at an alarming rate. What is even more damaging is the fact that we try to look away from the dangers that are lurking for us. We often try to deny the fact the time is running out. And the alarming part […]

Climate change and conservation

Climatic changes are apparent from the changing weather and altering seasonal patterns. Our planet is undergoing tremendous transformation in terms of climate. Temperatures are at all time high and it is expected that it is going to rise in the coming years as well. Almost every aspect of nature is going through dramatic changes, storms […]

Cloud patterns and the climate

The researchers at the University of Auckland in New Zealand have revealed their measurements of global average cloud height in the first decade of the twenty-first century. In the ten-year period, the global cloud height has dropped by 1%, or around 30 to 40 metres everywhere in the world. These numbers may seem insignificant, but […]

Could green energy help with climate change?

The world has become incredibly dependant on energy sources, mainly because they have moved towards an industrialized society. As our needs increase, the countries need for energy would increase as well. When energy consumption grows over the capacity that we are able to sustain, there will become a very huge problem that the entire world […]

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