Challenges Of Global Warming

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Global warming has been a major issue around the world in these past years. Many scientists have been in search for solutions those including fracking and recycling followed by a variety of other suggested methods. When learning about the global environment we tend to direct our attention to one specific continent, forgetting that global warming is not only effecting the United States(U.S) but is also effecting all of the other countries and land masses. By narrowing in on two locational different continents whose environments are being targeted and effected differently. By contrasting those differences and how their population is adapting to changes, and how one has affected the other. Australia faces significant environmental and economic …show more content…
This means that every part of the economy, including households, needs to adapt as well as reduce emissions.” Besides heat-related health impacts, other human health effects are also important when it comes to extreme conditions as such. Man sectors, such as agriculture and energy, could face challenges based on the water availability. There may be less water available for agriculture in southern Europe; growing conditions may improve in other areas depending on how each region adjusts to the conditions. What may be bad for one particular region may benefit another.
In southern Europe, higher temperatures and drought may limit water availability. In central and eastern Europe, summer precipitation is expected to decrease, causing higher water scarcity. In northern Europe, the climate change is predicted to bring both positive and negative results, including some benefits such as reduced demand for heating, increased crop yields, and increased forest growth. Even though it may look as if there are some benefits coming out of this, in reality the negatives outweigh the
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The number of pollen allergy and asthma sufferers has increased worldwide over the last several decades, including those who have never had an allergy in their life. Some researchers have implied that this could be an example of the early health effect as a result of human-caused climate change. Air pollution makes allergies worse such as diesel exhaust particles from cars can interact with pollen and deliver it deeper into the lung causing a higher risk of a more dangerous allergic reaction or even death. Rising temperatures increase the levels of ozone smog production especially in states such as California and New York. But smog is at a very dangerous level in China, to the point that they have to wear mask outside because of the serious threats

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