This guide is a collection of easy to understand facts about climate change and how it affects people. It targets the people who really care about global warming but rarely have the time and patience to read difficult-to-understand manuscripts that explain the real meaning behind global warming and its direct relation to climate changes on earth.
This guide will show you in simple steps just how serious global warming is and how it is endangering the existence of plant and animal species. The polar bear and the tiger are examples of animals that are expected to become extinct in the near future when the effects of global warming are expected to get worse. Turtles are also going to be extinct like dinosaurs when the heat becomes too much for them to adapt to.
To enable you to understand this fully, this guide will explain weather and climate and how they differ from each other. You will find several examples of different types of weather and some examples of different types of climates as well. This same report will help you understand the natural causes of climate change and the human factors which have both contributed to global warming.
This guide will also enlighten you on how climate changes have affected the day to day lives of people by causing sicknesses, scarcity of fresh water, insufficient supply of food and natural epidemics among many others.
In addition to this, you will learn how the increased rate of natural disasters is directly connected to climatic changes and global warming to be precise. You will learn more about different types of natural disasters like volcanoes, earthquakes, tsunamis and wildfires and how to prepare for such tragedies to minimize their impacts.
A preview of the book:
- Factors Affecting Climate Change
- How Unreliable Weather Conditions Affect The Day To Day Living Of People
- How Climate Change Affects Animals
- How Climate Change Affects Plants
- Different Types Of Natural Disasters
- Countries That Are Most Affected By These Natural Disasters
- Emergency Plans To Minimize The Effects Of Natural Disasters