Causes, effects, evidence and how to deal with it
Sajad Ali Jatoi
Climate means average weather pattern of a particular area over a long period of time – at least thirty years, while Climate change refers to the long-term shift in global average weather patterns i.e. changes in temperature, precipitation and rainfall patterns. These changes in climate are directly or indirectly induced by human activities such as expansion of greenhouse gas emissions, land use, deforestation and degradation of forests. The changes are transpiring irrespective of any region, country or continent and will have global impacts. Both developing and developed countries are vulnerable to the wide-ranging consequences of Climate change. Everyone in the world is going to be affected by it. Ban Ki-moon, who served as the eighth secretary general of the United Nations, once talking about the Climate change said: “Climate change does not respect national borders”.
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