global warming

Climate change has caused unprecedented scale impacts on a global scale. Changes in weather patterns have led to threats to food production. Sea level rise has led to devastating flooding. If urgent action is not taken now, it will become more difficult to adapt to these effects in the future, and costs will be More expensive.
Greenhouse gases are naturally generated and can block some of the sunlight from returning to space, so the Earth’s temperature is suitable for living inhabited, surviving humans and millions of other species. However, after more than 150 years of industrialization, deforestation and large-scale agricultural production, the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere has grown to a level not more than 3 million years ago. The cumulative population growth, economic development and living standards have increased, and the total amount of greenhouse gas emissions has also increased.

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