It may not be readily visible to us, but climate change and global warming have already begun causing several problems and increasing the severity of weather events.
Specifically, according to a research by Berkeley University in California, the temperature of the Earth has increased by 1.5 degree Celsius since the late 19th century.
Most of the warming began in 1960, in the most vulnerable areas of our planet.
Few areas, closer to Antarctica, in fact frozen over in 1960, and some parts of the Arctic have warmed up to 15 degrees.
The natural climate cycle explains why the warming has occurred unevenly and vulnerably. Indeed coincided over the past half century, by increased emissions of carbon dioxide due to the rapidly industrialized world.
Here are some photos that prove obviously and beyond any doubt the changes that have been made to our planet during the last century that certainly lead to an uncertain and difficult future.
Take a look and you will be surprise by the difference between before and after...
The San Blas archipelago in Panama, 2002 and 2014
Arctic ice, 1980 and 2012
The Enterprise Bridge passes over a section of Lake Oroville in 2011 (left) and 2014 (right) in Oroville, California, which is experiencing “exceptional” drought.
Aral Sea, 1989 and 2014
Bleaching of the Great Barrief Reef, 2002 and 2014
1880s and 2005: Alaskan Muir Glacier and Inlet
1920 and 2008: Grinnell Glacier Overlook in Montana
1930s and 2005: Alaskan Pedersen Glacier
1926 and 2008: Grinnell Glacier in Montana
Finding a way to stop these carbon dioxide emissions and thus climate change and global warming is the challenge that the scientists have to face for the next half century.
These photos explain the today’s reality of the climate changes compared with the past time. It is time for us to realize that even the smallest thing can help the planet...if you haven't thought it before these photos are real and are shouting for our help!
Source: World Inside Pictures
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