The crisis will continue even after the causes are gone !!

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The world today faces a serious problem, which is called

"Global Warming"

It is a great rise in temperature, affecting water, land and trees, and threatening human life in the future, resulting from environmental pollution.

As it is the result of the rise of harmful gases such as: carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide to the layers of the atmosphere affecting the ozone layer, which led to the creation of a hole in it, and led to the entry of harmful rays from the sun and thus the temperature of the earth gradually rise ..

The world began to realize the seriousness of this problem since 2007, as it began to take measures to combat this pollution and the remarkable change in the temperature of the climate, and among the most important and prominent countries that carried it out faced this dangerous disease that afflicted the planet:

The country of Norway, which started using clean energy and producing energy using solar cells.

And the country of Denmark, which used fans to produce energy from winds.

And the country of Sweden, China and Japan who produced energy from waste ...

The temperature will remain high even after the emissions from the earth decrease to zero

A while ago, I read about research conducted by Norway where they developed a model to simulate climate change from 1850 to 2500 that showed that even if the greenhouse gases produced by human activities could be reduced to 'zero', the temperature would continue to rise for centuries.

The statistical model shows that “should the rate of human-induced greenhouse gas emissions rise to their peak during the 1930s, before they begin to drop to zero degrees in the year 2100, temperatures will be 3 ° C warmer. Sea level rise by more than 3 meters by the year 2500 compared to what it was in 1850 ..

They explained that if greenhouse gas emissions can be reduced to a degree of "zero" during the current year 2020, it is expected, according to the simulation model, that global temperatures will remain warmer by about 3 degrees Celsius, while the sea level will be more. From 2.5 degrees. Meters by 2500, compared to measurements in 1850. They developed a model to simulate climate change up to the year 2500, which showed that even if anthropogenic greenhouse gases were reduced to 'zero', the temperature would continue to rise for centuries.

The statistical model shows that “should the rate of human-induced greenhouse gas emissions rise to their peak during the 1930s, before they start falling to zero degrees in the year 2100, temperatures will be 3 ° C warmer. Sea level rise by more than 3 ° C. Meters by the year 2500 compared to what it was in 1850 ..

They explained that if greenhouse gas emissions could be reduced to "zero" during the current year 2020, it is expected according to the simulation model that global temperatures will remain warmer by about 3 degrees Celsius, while the sea level will rise. More than 2.5 degrees. 2,500 meters compared to the 1850's

Why the temperature will continue to rise despite the disposal of emissions?

The reason for the continuing rise in temperatures, in the event of reduced emissions of greenhouse gases resulting from human activities, is due to the continued melting of ice in the Arctic and ice layers that contain carbon compounds, which leads to the continued rise of greenhouse gases - such as water vapor, methane and carbon dioxide - In the atmosphere, and the melting of Arctic snow would lead to a retreat of the ice areas, which reflect the sun's heat and light.

Why did they choose the period between 1850 and 2500?

Because this period represents the correct time horizon when studying the levels of melting glacial soil, which causes continuous greenhouse gas emissions, "

And that 1850 was the most polluting period for the Earth due to the lack of awareness of the problem of global warming, and because all aspects of life depend on steam devices.

After reading my post, do you still think global warming is an easy problem?

Do you think it is too late to solve this problem?

I got my information from reading many research papers and reports on global warming ..

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