According to NASA Climate Change, the global sea level has significantly increased in the last two decades. This is due to global warming caused by an even longer chain reaction that started with the birth of industrialization. As a result, communities living near coastal areas and populated areas situated within or near the catch basins during flooding, landslides, and tsunamis.
The following are also deemed to be shreds of evidence of climate change:
- Longer periods of drought
- An annual increase of tropical storms
- Ocean temperature
- Humidity in certain parts of the globe
It is important to note that these changes do not occur within days. Damaging the ozone layer takes years of constant strain. However, that does not make our accountability seem to be nonexistent.
If you want to know more about climate change and how you can contribute to help mitigate it, please do support local and global environmental groups by sharing their advocacies, taking part in environmental activities, and reducing your plastic wastes to a minimum. Our goal is to help educate humans to take responsibility for the after-effects of global warming. By doing so, we can help save more lives and may create a better future.