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5 Ways Climate Change is Impacting Our Daily Life

5 Ways Climate Change is Impacting Our Daily Life

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Learn how climate change affects our day to day life

With climate change happening all around us, it can be hard to separate fact from fiction. But the conclusion that our world is getting hotter and humans are to blame is not a controversial one anymore. The impacts of climate change are already being seen in increased drought and sea-level rise, which has already caused devastating flooding in some parts of the world.

However, while climate change has already begun to negatively impact our planet, many people are still unaware of them. Here are a few ways it is impacting our life:

1.   Storms

All over the world, storms are becoming more extreme, which is a direct result of climate change. Scientists predict that as the average temperature continues to rise, we will see an increased incidence of storms such as tornadoes and hurricanes along with an increase in their intensity.

The number of hurricane-days in the US and around the world is already on the increase. Sea level rise causes deadly flooding, and it’s here to stay.

2.   Coastal cities

A report by the Union of Concerned Scientists found that many of the world’s largest cities will be “at-risk” from rising sea levels this century.

The sea level has been on the rise since the start of the 20th century and this is expected to rise further.

3.   Food and water

There are more than a billion people in the world who live without access to safe water, while another 2.5 billion lack adequate sanitation. With climate advertising, there are chances that more people in the world would get affected by a lack of clean water and sanitation.

4.   Health and safety

Climate change puts people at risk in multiple ways, including increased exposure to heatwaves and air pollution. Heat stress causes thousands of deaths per year in the U.S. This year was an example of the same. 

5.   Migration

Growing human populations, as well as increasing demands for food and energy, have already put stress on our natural resources. But with more extreme weather events becoming more frequent due to climate change, many species are being pushed out of their natural habitats, forcing them to migrate. That will create an imbalance of how the natural resources will be used among the users.


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