Is our planet burning? climate change and its effects on our natural world.

According to NGO reports, the 2020 fire season experienced the most intense fires in 18 years. Moreover in 2020 the ice within the arctic seas was measured to be at its second lowest point in history. (According to NASA 1.44 million square miles). With global tempertures on the rise due to global warming and continualy melting ice caps, the earth is experiencing climate change.

The planet is warming, from North Pole to South Pole. Since 1906, the global average surface temperature has increased by more than 1.6 degrees Fahrenheit even more in the polar regions. And the impacts of rising temperatures aren’t a idling baby waiting for a oportune time to be born. Rather the effects of global warming are appearing right now. This includes extreme climate change. Climate change encompasses rising average temperatures as well as extreme weather events, shifting wildlife populations, rising seas, and a variety of other impacts.

Industrial complex emitting greenhouse gases.

And all of these changes are appeairing as a cause of major industries adding more and more greenhouse gases to the atmosphere. With a global rise in population the greenhouse gases added to our atmosphere is increasing, causing critical problems to our enviroment.

Hurricanes and other climate catastrophes are becoming stronger. Floods and droughts are becoming much more common. Large parts of the U.S., is heading for a megadrought according to the National Geograhphics. All these issues are pointing to one culprit which is climate change.

The Earth is a connection of systems that opperate through balancing out the components within it thus we must work towards preserving this system of balance for the wellbeing of our planet.