Yes..., but they are separate items. This is an article on Global Warming. If you want a Climate Change article there is a search feature.What happened to climate change ... is no longer news?
We do not need to take action to stop an issue if we are able to think of a bigger one, even if it is not affecting us?Sooner rather than later, a more real and palpable threat appears on the scene and takes the role of Climate Change.
We have multiple vaccines so no need to search...The appearance of Covid-19 has united the world in a desperate search for a vaccine and we are attentive to the words of scientists.
Climate change did not achieve this.
Global Warming does not cause tsunamis? Does it?Global warming has caused many huge effects like heatwaves, cyclones, hurricanes, heavy rain, storms, tornadoes, tsunami, etc. Scientists believe that the weather will rise from 2.5 to 10 degrees due to greenhouse gasses produced by human activities. Please take care of nature.
Here are some tips that might help:
- Don’t use electricity, water, fire, or any type of energy when not necessary.
- Use paper bags instead of plastic bags when your shopping
It doesn;t matter how many working radiators you have in a room if you open all the windows and doors...Imagine that our earth's surface and the atmosphere are like a closed room that is overheating and many have said and proved over time.
Do you think that by adding more heat-generating sources you will reduce the temperature in the room? Like adding a new working radiator in the room will decrease the temperature?!
This is the main point and now let's get back to the real cases.
1. Is the generation of heat more damaging to the planet than the production of CO2 in a working plant?1. Nuclear-powered factories generate huge amounts of heat because of their working principle, such as they usually need a huge water source nearby to cool down their components.
2. Geothermal plants extract heat from inside the earth, to warm the atmosphere, cooling the planet inside has disastrous effects over a long time because a cooling planet loses its magnetic field and after its atmosphere, as happened in the past with Mars.