What will happen if we ignore climate change ?

There are many ways to encourage people to fight climate change ...

One of these ways is to tell them about the consequences of their ignorance ,

and that is what i want to inform you through this post :

1- Desertification and High temperature :

The temperature in the whole planet will achieve values never seen before ( 35° on average ) ! and this is one of the visible signs :

On average , from 2007 to 2018 , the temperature increases by 0,2° . Then , it continued increasing and increasing until reaching 0,14° per year !

Here is a video wich shows more clearly this evolution :


This hotter climate will cause the reduction of greenspaces and will kill most of the plants species .

It will also make working on agriculture really harder and cause a dehumidified environnement

However , people will need more water and air conditioners wich requires more electricity , so more pollution

Today , this fast and creepy evolution calmed down , but if we ignore it one more time , probably we'll not gonna be able to restop it .

And this temperature growth , caused another problem , the Desertification :

The desertification is the propagation of the desert , wich will gain ground everyday because of the low humidity and the absence of greenary and agriculture due to temperature evolution .

The habitat of many species of animals will be destroyed, so they'll die ... This doesn't only unbalance the natural equilibrium but will also cause the abscence of animal products wich is bad for our health.

Also the number of farming lands and water sources will decrease and this will cause famine crisis wich menace the humanity

2- Natural Disasters:

If climate change crisis happens , it will cause several natural disaster like :

  • Icebergs cooling wich probably releases hidden viruses and causes and increasement of water levels , then tsunami and waterfoolings .

  • Volcanic eruption will be seen in tropical islands and some countries like Japan or indonesia , it will kill hundreds or maybe thousands of people even by the lava sources or the HUGE contity of CO2 released in the atmosphere , it will not only cause the death of many plants and animals , but makes the climate change more and more dangerous by amplifying it's effects

  • The weather'll be more and more severe . Hurricanes , Tornados , droughts and more will happen

3- Conclusion : The earth is unlivable:

After all these problems , the earth will be a planet too polluted , too hot , too poor in oxygen and food ...

Breavely a Dead planet and unlivable one ... Unnfortuntly

The humanity wil try to survive , but ends by dying ...



if every single person plants a tree , we can ERADICATE all problems according to co2 , and it will make an impact at all the natraul system ...

that's why , i want to finish with a positive point :


Comments (5)

  • Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ the BNC
    30 Apr 2021

    Thanks for your post! Clearly explaining some consequences of climate change is a great place to start when encouraging change.

    I've had to delete the images you added to your post. For copyright reasons, you can only add our featured images for the topic or your own art/images.

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  • global-conversation.png observant_sparrow | School College Pilote Sousse | Tunisia
    30 Apr 2021

    Over the centuries, mankind has constantly faced challenges in the short and long term. Her goal seems essentially always the same: That she constantly take greater control over her destiny and her environment. For industrialized societies, the technological age we are living in now seems to provide control unmatched in the past. The climate, for example, which has been rather a source of life and a source of daily challenges for the majority of societies, now seems to be perceived, in industrialized societies, as a simple and vague subject of discussion or a minor problem for a few engineers. design. In Quebec, despite the warnings of many scientists since the 1970s, it was the Saguenay flood of 1996 and the ice storm of January 1998 that greatly contributed to setting the record straight. Indeed, these two events have shown that our society aiming for efficiency, productivity and optimization may not have as much control over the impacts of climate as expected. In fact, not only can this efficient, productive and optimized society be greatly disrupted by natural climate variability, but this one actively contributes to aggravate its vulnerability by adding massively to the atmosphere of greenhouse gases which have already started. to significantly disrupt a climate that has been in equilibrium for more than 10,000 years. The problem of climate change can be summarized as follows: By changing the composition of the atmosphere at the rate it is currently doing, humanity transforms the planet into a vast laboratory experiment for which it has control over the initial parameters but has very little control over the progress and end result of the experiment.

    What exactly is the experience of climate change?
    2We know that the Earth's atmosphere allows sunlight to pass through, which warms the surface of the globe. Part of the heat that rises from the surface is absorbed by gases and water vapor in the atmosphere - this natural process is called the “greenhouse effect”. In the absence of greenhouse gases (carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O)), most of the heat entering the Earth's atmosphere would be directly re-emitted into space. , and the average temperature of the Earth would be -18 ° C instead of 15 ° C (Figure 1). Over the past 10,000 years, the amount of these greenhouse gases in our atmosphere has remained relatively constant and has allowed the Earth to maintain a relatively stable climate. The concentration of these gases began to rise with the advent of industrialization, increased demand for energy, population growth and changes in land use. The experiment, which therefore began with industrialization, therefore consists in maintaining the increase in the atmospheric concentration of greenhouse gases by burning an enormous quantity of fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas which generates significant amount of CO2) and by continuing deforestation (the forest rids the atmosphere of CO2). The increase in greenhouse gas concentrations accentuates the natural greenhouse effect and increases the average temperature of the earth's surface. This global warming causes climate changes for all climate parameters because it triggers a modification of atmospheric circulations and other sub-systems of the climate system (Figure 2).

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  • global-conversation.png nice_meaning | Junior Secondary School | Nigeria
    01 May 2021

    Please do you mean I don't have to put an image to my post

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      nice_meaning's comment 04 May 2021

      You don't have to!

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