Nisha Rani

Nisha Rani  Social Science Educator, MIEEXPERT 2021, Wakelet Ambassador, Flipgrid Student voice Ambassador, Climate Action Facilitator 2020-21


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Climate change describes a change in the average conditions — such as temperature and rainfall — in a region over a long period of time. For example, 20,000 years ago, much of the United States was covered in glaciers. In the United States today, we have a warmer climate and fewer glaciers.

Global climate change refers to the average long-term changes over the entire Earth. These include warming temperatures and changes in precipitation, as well as the effects of Earth’s warming, such as:

  • Rising sea levels
  • Shrinking mountain glaciers
  • Ice melting at a faster rate than usual in Greenland, Antarctica and the Arctic
  • Changes in flower and plant blooming times.

Earth’s climate has constantly been changing — even long before humans came into the picture. However, scientists have observed unusual changes recently. For example, Earth’s average temperature has been increasing much more quickly than they would expect over the past 150 years.


Climate change refers to the change in the environmental conditions of the earth. This happens due to many internal and external factors. The climatic change has become a global concern over the last few decades. Besides, these climatic changes affect life on the earth in various ways. These climatic changes are having various impacts on the ecosystem and ecology. Due to these changes, a number of species of plants and animals have gone extinct.These climatic changes have a negative impact on the environment. The ocean level is rising, glaciers are melting, CO2 in the air is increasing, forest and wildlife are declining, and water life is also getting disturbed due to climatic changes. Apart from that, it is calculated that if this change keeps on going then many species of plants and animals will get extinct. And there will be a heavy loss to the environment.

What are causes and effects globally?

10 Climate Change Impacts That Will Affect Us All

  • Damage to your home. ...
  • More expensive home insurance. ...
  • Outdoor work could become unbearable. ...
  • Higher electric bills and more blackouts. ...
  • Rising taxes. ...
  • More allergies and other health risks. ...
  • Food will be more expensive and variety may suffer. ...
  • Water quality could suffer.


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