What Is Global Warming?

The average yearly temperature of Earth’s atmosphere and oceans is steadily rising, a phenomenon known as global warming.

In the last 50 years, “a large proportion of the warming observed is caused by human activities,” according to the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), and directly supported by national academies of science in G8 countries, the average temperature on Earth has risen by 0.7 degrees Celsius since the beginning of the industrial revolution.

Global average surface temperatures could climb between 1.1 and 6.4°C by 2100, according to climate models published by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Cooler weather is possible in certain areas. Even if the amounts of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere stabilise, global warming and rising sea levels are projected to persist for millennia. Oceans’ high heat capacity helps to explain this phenomenon.

There will also be a shift in the volume and distribution of precipitation as the global temperature rises. Because of the increase in extreme weather events and crop losses as a result of climate change, many species of plants and animals will be wiped off. It is likely that warming will lead to an increase in both the frequency and severity of these catastrophes.

Global warming is not a scientific fact, according to some specialists, while others reject the importance of human activity (for more details, see Criticism of the Global Warming Theory).

The Theory Of Global Warming Has Been Criticised.

Tropical forest loss in South America is the most pressing environmental issue of our time, according to British environmentalist and TV personality David Bellamy. Global warming, in his opinion, has been overblown, while the loss of forests, where two-thirds of all species on the globe reside, is a real and serious threat to mankind.

It’s “the greatest fraud in history,” according to Weather Channel founder and journalist John Coleman. For the sake of protecting the environment and achieving various political aims, some cowardly scientists are altering long-term weather observations in order to give people the impression of global warming,” he said. There will be no sudden shift in the Earth’s climate. The Earth’s climate is barely impacted by human activity. There is no danger to our planet. Everyone will know that global warming is a hoax within a few decades.”

Over the past 500 million years, the Earth’s average temperature has fluctuated. The Earth’s temperature has been significantly higher than it is today throughout the vast majority of its existence.

Bjorn Lomborg, a renowned ecologist and economist from Denmark, is of the opinion that man-made global warming is not as dangerous as others have suggested. As he puts it, “the concept of global warming is overheated.” There is a lot of information about Lomborg’s ideas in the book Chill! Increased temperatures as a result of human activity. Unconvinced leadership.