Clock Ticks “Are We Moving Towards the Right Global Cooling”

Rinku Verma, Sivappa -

Abstract


Climate change happenings over the few decades have altered the global precipitation. Increase in temperature due to land form change, deforestation, moving towards agriculture, uncontrolled urbanization and development etc., leads to decrease in precipitation. Various case studies referring to the above and the measures to restore the climate change with right global cooling has been addressed. Clear variation needs to be drawn in relation to increasing precipitation due to rising concentration of anthropogenic greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, to that by checking precipitation by increasing the tree cover. Which precipitation would really bring about a balance in the disturbed environment and which precipitation would be useful /beneficial to mankind in the long run is the real question?


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/emsd.v8i2.14706

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