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Charles Daphnee

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Climate Change impatcs
Aug 29, 2011

I am leading a survey with a few peasants in a tropical temperature Where they usually put in culture corn, sorghum, beans and so one. However it turns out that the climate has changed so much that the cultivators could not take into account the traditional signs (such as rain season) to base their production.
Those poor people were throwing their investments out without understanding what it's happening. One of them went to told me that he was giving up. He has invested all the money he had and got a credit from a neighbor but he was unable to honor his credit. He's thinking to leave his house and family to go somewhere to work he does not know yet.

How long will that take to solve that problem?
Where the appropriate solution will come from?
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Keshav Saini

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Re: Climate Change impatcs
Sep 24, 2011

what a co-incidence!! I just finished my article on Impacts of Climate Change - What may happen??

One thing is for sure that we are already too late to curb climate change. But we can reduce the further damage by stablizing carbon emissions.

I am linking my post here. Might be useful

Impacts of Climate Change: Why be Concerned?
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Environment, Environmental Blog

This post was edited on: 2011-09-24 at 02:30 PM by: Environment About


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Robin Williams

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Re: Climate Change impatcs
Oct 7, 2011

The impacts of climate change may be physical, ecological, social or economic. It is predicted that future climate changes will include further global warming means there is an increase in global mean temperature, sea level rise and may increase in the frequency of some extreme weather events. The global ocean temperature has risen by 0.10 °C from the surface to a depth of 700 m, warming reduces the ocean's ability to absorb CO2 which results in increase temperature of atmosphere and also cause adverse effect on its ecosystem.


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Re: Climate Change impatcs
Dec 5, 2012

The most visible impact that Global Warming has had on the world is climate changes.
In my AP Environmental Sciences class last year, we learned about how the climates will shift.
For decades the United States, and the Mid-west have been known as the "bread basket of the world' due to their mass amounts of food production. The climate in the United States is almost ideal for food production. There is an abundance of flat land in the south and mid-west with extremely fertile land that is perfect for growing food. The temperature is also perfect for growing grains like wheat and other food.
However, due to global warming the climate is shifting. Over the next few decades the ideal temperatures that lie in the United States will shift upwards into Canada. This creates a problem because Canada's soil is not as rich in nutrients like the United States. This means that food production will decrease and the world may experience food shortages, unless we can solve the problem.


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Re: Climate Change impatcs
Dec 18, 2012

This is a serious issue and something has to change for it to become better or go back to the way life use to be with everyone in every country before damaging climate change started.


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Re: Climate Change impatcs
Dec 18, 2012

I agree because the climate change is effecting the farming and soon there would be no more plants because of the major impact of global warmings.


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Re: Climate Change impatcs
Dec 18, 2012

i dont know.


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Re: Climate Change impatcs
Dec 18, 2012

I agree the climate is changing drastically and its not getting better


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Re: Climate Change impatcs
Mar 21, 2014

Implementing AGENDA 21 could be the best solution suggested by contemporary human.
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Re: Climate Change impatcs
Apr 1, 2014

Chaos...climate change is leading to that, and some people are to be blame for their selfishness.


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Re: Climate Change impatcs
May 15, 2014

Interesting and informative link.


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Re: Climate Change impatcs
Jul 29, 2014


eabout wrote:

what a co-incidence!! I just finished my article on Impacts of Climate Change - What may happen??

One thing is for sure that we are already too late to curb climate change. But we can reduce the further damage by stablizing carbon emissions.

I am linking my post here. Might be useful

Impacts of Climate Change: Why be Concerned?
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------
Environment, Environmental Blog

This post was edited on: 2011-09-24 at 02:30 PM by: Environment About


Excellent. I read it.
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Re: Climate Change impatcs
Jul 29, 2014


CharlesDaphnee wrote:

I am leading a survey with a few peasants in a tropical temperature Where they usually put in culture corn, sorghum, beans and so one. However it turns out that the climate has changed so much that the cultivators could not take into account the traditional signs (such as rain season) to base their production.
Those poor people were throwing their investments out without understanding what it's happening. One of them went to told me that he was giving up. He has invested all the money he had and got a credit from a neighbor but he was unable to honor his credit. He's thinking to leave his house and family to go somewhere to work he does not know yet.

How long will that take to solve that problem?
Where the appropriate solution will come from?


Farmers are almost the first people who experience the applied impacts of climate change. Yes, the bad news is that they give up. Then who is going to produce food?
Individual governments and the UN are to implement the environmental resolutions right-away and without delay
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Re: Climate Change impatcs
Jul 29, 2014


patienceweilan wrote:

Chaos...climate change is leading to that, and some people are to be blame for their selfishness.


I doubt that it is only some people. Institutions and organizations who are well aware of consequences but still struggle for more power and money without observing that our planet is fading away.
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Re: Climate Change impatcs
Nov 19, 2014

There are many negative factors that contribute to the climate change and especially its effects on health. The release of CO2 and other greenhouse gasses in the last 50 years is connected to the increase of infectious diseases and moralities (WHO, 2014). The consistent change in the earth's climate is directly influencing poor health on humans due to the extremes of weather like flooding, heavy rain and other natural disasters; these disasters are causing a number of deaths because individuals just cannot survive these conditions. It is also causing the transmission of contaminants in our water and food that is affecting human health poorly with infectious diseases that are debilitating and deadly (WHO, 2012). sad


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