But global warming is the ultimate threat to life and to the world. Life has been possible on earth through the various factors and a majority of them are threatened by global warming.
Scientists have been working really hard to explore the effects and causes global warming has on life on earth and to predict future warnings about the threats to life.
Simulated climate models have been designed in this matter to portray such responses and interactions which contributes to our atmosphere. Usually it’s the oceans that interacts with the atmosphere and that accounts for changes to the environment especially land surface. We see scientists putting in efforts through the human induced and natural effects models.
So what should we do against those risks and this threat to life? One, perhaps relative, view is that the mere possibility of life or human extinction should inspire us to put in any efforts that we can to avoid it. Conventional foresight holds that we should try to limit global warming to 2°C. To justify this target, economists work to compare the cost of reducing current climate emissions with its benefits.
Indeed, there is a trade-off: using more resources today in climate-change prevention will lead us to the state where we put up less of a fight towards the other immediate risks. However, estimating these benefits means that we need to evaluate the value of reduction in preventing against possible future risks and threats to life.
There is a viable threat to life in terms of global warming. The different studies reveal that by the end of the century a number of millions of people will be affected by coastal flooding and displacement due to land loss. People will see effects relevant to the food security, the reports forecast that climate change will reduce median yields to an extent 2 percent per decade.
There are going to be effects on the global economy, and a significant temperature rise will also be seen. Human health and security will naturally be effected as a consequence of global warming, a number of processes. One of the biggest problems that the human life will face is the shortage of freshwater resources, that are going to be affected by global warming.
It will create a reducing effect on the renewable surface water and groundwater resources. Assuming that we could try doing everything that we could do possible to stop climate change, the crowd is always serious and optimistic.
We put hard efforts in to barely hold on to what resources we have today. What future innovations would we be leading in order to help the billions of people who are struggling to survive today, and the billions more who will be sharing our resources, before we have time to work on the end of living conditions on the planet?
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Dr. Robert W. Howarth, Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at Cornell University talks about greenhouse gases, global warming and pollution around the world.
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