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Negative Implications of Climate Change on the Globe and Various Recommendations

The Global Climate Change created by present and past human activities poses a major ethical threat to ecosystem integrity, biodiversity, life as well as to the human welfare. Climate change is caused as a result of Global Warming, which is increasing a typical temperature degree but entails a lot. A durable period of changes in high tide levels, precipitation, ocean acidity, ocean salinity, extreme weather events, wind patterns, heavy precipitation, droughts, magnitude of tropical cyclones and…See More
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Negative Implications of Climate Change on the Globe and Various Recommendations

The Global Climate Change created by present and past human activities poses a major ethical threat to ecosystem integrity, biodiversity, life as well as to the human welfare. Climate change is caused as a result of Global Warming, which is increasing a typical temperature degree but entails a lot. A durable period of changes in high tide levels, precipitation, ocean acidity, ocean salinity, extreme weather events, wind patterns, heavy precipitation, droughts, magnitude of tropical cyclones and…See More
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The Global Climate Change created by present and past human activities poses a major ethical threat to ecosystem integrity, biodiversity, life as well as to the human welfare. Climate change is caused as a result of Global Warming, which is increasing a typical temperature degree but entails a lot. A durable period of changes in high tide levels, precipitation, ocean acidity, ocean salinity, extreme weather events, wind patterns, heavy precipitation, droughts, magnitude of tropical cyclones…

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