Global warming is perhaps the single biggest threat we face globally. And in a recent study it has been revealed that there are seven countries around the world that are mainly responsible for the increasing temperature of Earth's surface.
Climatic changes predict the parasites to become more active and potent attacking the host in a big way. A study highlighted that the frogs when facing unforeseen and surprising changes in the general temperatures experience a larger number of diseases.
Global warming has the whole world in a tizzy. The polar ice is melting at a speedy rate and gushing to the oceans forcing them to swell over. It’s a horrendous thought to be faced with flooding basements, traffic commotions, a general disarray to life activities.The government scientists report a fear that Boston may bear a lopsided and unbalanced brunt of the creeping sea levels. The U.S. Geological Survey yells a vigilant outlook for the East Coast as they scrutinize a 600 mile area along the East Coast.
Researchers from Finland and Oxford University have come across large swaths of European and Asian arctic tundra which are quickly turning into forests. They're attributing it to climate change, but what's worse is that the trend could significantly accelerate global warming should it spread across the entire tundra.
According to the latest study initiated by the researchers state that sea grass plays a vital role in controlling heat as it absorbs more heat compared to forests.
With human efforts failing to make a serious dent in the problem of global warming, it seems aliens might soon take up the challenge.
After 20,000 years of slimming down, Earth is putting on weight again, all thanks to global warming and its repercussions.
The Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets are losing mass at much accelerating pace than realized, thanks to the warming oceans beneath the glaciers.