Pollution affects the environment in numerous ways. The effects of increasing pollution is not limited to just health hazards now. No matter how much we overlook it, the phenomenon of climate change and global warming is more real than ever.
The man-made greenhouse gases are the core culprits of steadily rising temperature of our planet. From melting glaciers to warming of oceans, landslides, rising sea levels and many others – the effects of global warming won’t stay limited to these slow paced changes. With time, more unforgiving weather events such as floods, droughts, forest fires, hurricanes etc., will aid in depleting civilizations more and more.
Technology has made our lives easy but it has detached us from Mother Nature as well. The alarming evidences of global warming are forcing scientists to think of ways to save our planet.
Climate change has affected our planet in innumerable ways, in the images that follow, do verify yourself if apocalypse is nearer than you think.
The Coral Bleaching at The Great Barrier Reef is Because of Rising Water Temperatures
The Arctic has Melted Drastically and Resulted in Rising Sea Levels Around the World
The Polar Bear is a Endangered Species and their Depleting Habitat is a Threat to their Survival
The Maldives’s Islands are Drastically Shrinking in Size
The Danube River has Recorded Lowest Water Levels Since 2011-12
The Enterprise Bridge Orville Saw Some Severe Changes in just 8 Years
The Muri Glaciers have Melted to just a Riverine Bed because of Global Warming
This Alarming Picture of Coast of Qingdao, China Covered in Algae has Environmentalists Worried all Around the World
The Pollution Level in Guanabara Bay, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, Went so High that Dead Fishes Started Floating on its Surface
Global Warming Caused the Sea Level to Rise So High at The Sans Blas In Panama that the Civilization Around it Had to Move Out