Tag: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Oceans are Warming Even Faster than Previous Estimates

Oceans are Warming Even Faster than Previous Estimates

Four different studies reveal that greenhouse gases are raising temperatures of oceans at a much rapid rate than previously believed. Ocean Heating is a critical marker of climate change because most of the excessive solar energy absorbed by the greenhouse gases is accumulated in oceans. In addition to that, ocean temperatures don’t experience year-to-year variations…

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Experts have Issued a Serious Warning about Climate Change

Experts have Issued a Serious Warning about Climate Change

The effects of climate change might appear well before the expected time. Climate change is probably one of the biggest challenges humanity faces in this modern world. A lot of human activities are playing an active role in this devastating change. The term ‘Global Warming’ is used to refer to these human-induced changes. The situation…

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Climate Change is having a Drastic Impact on the National Parks

Climate Change is having a Drastic Impact on the National Parks

The annual amount of rainfall decreased by more than 12% in the National Parks from 1895 to 2010 while it got hotter by more than 1oC. Climate change is probably the most critical challenge faced by the humanity in today’s world. Experts have predicted some seriously destructive results if it continues to occur at the…

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