According to Polar Bear International a study found from satellite pictures starting from the s to now show major sea ice loss. Our greenhouse gases are affecting the polar bears habitat they breed and live off. When the weathers warmer, the ice melts. The loss of ice causes polar bears to prey on land. Some are left in the ocean trying to find ice and subsequently end up drowning. The number of moose is shrinking because global warming is causing shorter winter, which means less parasitic ticks on moose are dying.
Global warming is an extremely serious concern and we humans must take immediate measures to control it as soon as possible. Industrialization has led to the fast growth of technology, health, and economy but has been ruining planet Earth for the last few centuries. The monumental increase in the accumulation of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere has raised an alarm. It will cause a chaotic change that we humans will not be able to survive. This effect also endangers the rest of the species existing harmonically with nature. Global warming is a serious environmental issue that we need to concentrate on and solve immediately. It all starts with the identification of its causes.
At the present time natural phenomena are the main concern of physicists, climate scientist, and even the largest environmental organizations due to its risks on our lives and our planet. These natural phenomena can change the way we live and the place we live by destroying anything stand on their way. Some of the natural phenomena that might risk our lives are volcanos, floods, and hurricanes. Those are some of the phenomena that might put us in danger, but the dangerous one is global warming. Global warming is the most dangerous phenomenal, because it can cause some other phenomenal by changing the ecological balance.
Problems and Solutions to Catastrophic Global Warming Global warming is becoming a major problem for our environment. Global warming is causing the atmosphere to become warmer which causes many problems for the environment. Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere allows sunlight to pass through, but it traps heat from escaping.