Melting ice, forest fires, rising sea levels … all are “vivid” images showing that our Earth is in danger.
There is a heartbreaking fact that the Earth is getting warmer by the day, the polar region will heat twice as fast as the world average. Along with this, the melting ice has made the sea area in the polar region shrink day by day.
The process of “tape loss” is so slow that few people realize it is actually happening. However, these before (before) – after (after) images will give you a clear view.
And researchers say that by seeing exactly what’s going on, you’ll understand just how bad climate change is.
The island of Greenland has lost hundreds of billions of tonnes of ice in just 2 years, causing global sea level to rise 0.75 mm per year, according to the latest figures from the European Space Agency.
Algae can be the cause of lake water discoloration. In addition, the area of the lake is shrinking at an alarming rate of 220 km2 / year. Over the past 14 years, the lake has lost 70% of its surface area, making the water in the lake increasingly salty.
Satellite images showed that thousands of acres of land, the forests of the Canadian city of Fort McMurray, previously covered with green trees, have now been completely burnt.
Experts say the prolonged dry weather is making forest fire control in the city of Fort McMurray more difficult than ever.
In 2016, the size of the lake was recorded as the smallest in history. The water level of Lake Poopo has now dropped to 2% of its original level.
This melting phenomenon poses major problems for the agricultural sector, health, sources of drinking water and disaster mitigation.
Melting ice, forest fires, drought … not only affect the host country but also have many consequences. Rising sea level harms community life, melting ice destroys natural life …
The reason ice thaws quickly is that humans use too much fossil material, causing the Earth to heat up quickly. Does it hurt to see the pictures above – it’s time for humanity to take serious action to save this Earth!