What is Climate Change?
Climate change is defined as shifts in the earth’s climate driven by human activities, mainly greenhouse gas emissions caused by burning fossil fuels. The global temperature is rising and we are already feeling the devastating effects of global warming.
Why is it important and how does it affect daily life?
Air temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, solar radiation and wind activity are the most important parameters characterizing changes in meteorological processes that occur daily in the atmosphere around us. Significant fluctuations or abrupt changes of these parameters significantly influence human health and well-being, mental balance, psychological comfort and mood.
Impacts of Climate Change
Global warming, rising sea levels, changing precipitation patterns, and more extreme weather events are already increasing threats to human health, food and water security, and economic development across the continent.