It’s shocking that people still believe that climate change is a hoax in the 21st century, in 2020, with all the sophisticated technologies and tracking systems made free and accessible on the internet, with all the vetted research and physical proof we see and experience in our surroundings.
There’s this common misconception that global warming is just an orchestrated web of conspiracy theories created by distorted data and used for nefarious agendas by governments.
There is no question that climate change may be politicized to cover up embezzlements in certain parts of the world, but this does not make it any less REAL.
By the time we finish destroying this one, we don’t have a second world to travel to. Climate change is real, it is advancing at an exponentially alarming pace, and the consequences are already felt.
The definition, often referred to as global warming, essentially refers to the increase in long-term effects and consequences of average surface temperatures in the world.
According to the U.S. Global Change Research Program, “the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere has increased more than 20% in less than 40 years, owing largely to human activities, and representing well over 50% of the total increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide since the onset of the industrial revolution (1750).”
The Pedersen Glacier in Alaska 100 years ago versus now
Lake Urmia has turned red in Iran and is on the brink of drying up entirely.
A higher salt content resulted from the elevated temperatures, making the lake the ideal breeding ground for Dunaliella algae, which can transform blood-red water bodies.