Much has been said about global warming, but a lot of people still don’t fully realize the magnitude of the problem. Meanwhile, environmental organizations are starting to sound the alarm.\n
According to experts, the main threat of global warming is the smooth process of climate change which is almost unnoticeable to the untrained eye. However, taking a look at statistics we’ll notice that the Earth’s temperature has increased significantly over the past century, with the last five years reaching peak historical temperatures. This data is confirmed by NASA and other reputable organizations. In the XX century, the Earth’s temperature increased by 1 degree Celsius. Temperature records were particularly high in Europe, New Zealand and Russia.
Climate change affects worldwide ocean levels as well as its chemical composition: glaciers are melting at an accelerated rate, and the water oxidation has increased. Over 6 thousand meteorological stations across the globe gather data describing these processes. Scientists predict that the Earth’s temperature will be even higher by the end of the XXI century, which will also affect the color of the water: it will acquire more pronounced green and blue coloring. For more information, watch the video below.
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