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IN Photography ON 03 Dec, 2015
If we are asked about the biggest problem that our planet is facing today, we might answer it with terrorism. We fail to see that the greatest threat is actually posed by the climate change. This change might kill not only the people but a whole of the planet.
Still if someone questions this point's relevance, you will have some facts in hand now.
The drought-hit Lodwar saw Earth cracking days in 2009.
The glacier is slowly and gradually disappearing and it is a genuine matter of concern!
Mass flooding in this area of Indonesia is nothing new for the frustrated residents there.
A flood in 2014 erased a large part of farmland here. The climate change is leading the hot places to turn hotter and wet places to turn wetter.
The picture itself tells the bad fate that the Fishbeck residents went through when their city was immersed in water.
The news of forest fire is increasing with every passing year and this is not only bad for humans but also for the animals in the forest!
The ever increasing population and vehicle usage in China have fueled the air pollution to reach an extreme level.
The melting sheets of ice in Greenland should trigger a question in each one of us' mind.
The satellite image of the Gulf Coast from 2008 captured Hurricane Gustav. It brought with it a big red blob which is mysterious in itself.
The far most place is also not spared by the pollution that we create here.
How will you feel to hear about a green grassland turning into an unforgiving desert?
The increasing temperature has led to lesser sea ice and eroding coastlines in Alaska.
Our wait to see the Earth engulfed by global warming will soon be over with the death of ones responsible for it. If you don't want that to happen, go ahead and share the story with your friends to bring about a change.
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