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Problems of Global Warming

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Just like the human body, Mother Earth produces symptoms of “illness” and pain when not protected or properly taken care of.
 

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Greenhouse gases are like a blanket. Many experts now think the way we burn fossil fuels and adding chemicals to the atmosphere is causing the blanket to become thicker. This makes the Earth warmer, an effect known as global warming.

 

 

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This is an aerial photo of the Glacier AX010 in Nepal in 1978.

 

 

 

This was what the photographers saw when they returned to Nepal in 2004. The global warming has drastically reduced the size of the glacier.

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Global warming has caused the icebergs and glaciers to melt and turn into water. It will also cause the water in the oceans to expand. This will then result in the rising of the sea level.

 

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Over 25 years, these lakes in Afghanistan have totally dried up due to global warming.

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Global warming has increased the chances of natural disasters - drying up lakes, melting away glaciers, causing huge tidal waves like tsunamis, and bringing droughts which severely affect the plantation of agricultural crops.

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The red line represents the Artic sea ice boundary in 1979. However, since that time, more than 20% of the Polar Ice Cap has melted away due to global warming.

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From 1941 to 2004, this whole layer of ice has melted away.

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From 1938 to 1981, the melting forms a new lake.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The water level of this lake continues to rise over the years, judging from this photograph taken in 2005.

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This picture of a large iceberg was taken in 1909.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When the photographers went back in 2004, the iceberg had completely disappeared.

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Global warming causes droughts worldwide like in this example.

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The ice cap on Kilimanjaro, Africa has been drastically reduced over the years due to global warming.

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These common natural disasters are happening around the globe more and more frequently.  

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If the sea level continues to rise, most of the coastal shores of West Malaysia and Thailand would get submerged under water.

 

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If the sea level rises a further 5 to 6 metres, alot of islands around Indonesia, including Singapore, would be submerged.

 

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These children became orphans after the 2004 Southeast Asian tsunami. 

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The effects of aerial pesticides on farmers in Ecuador.

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Skin problems resulting from the use of pesticides.

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