Climate changes made by humans brings an additional emissions of greenhouse gases, says professor John Esper of the Geographical Institute of the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz. The global warming of the Earth increase because of this.
The climate experts, together with the members of the Swiss institute for forest, snow and landscape and the universities of Bern, analyzed the climatic fluctuations over the last few thousand years. The scientists studied air bubbles in the ice of Antarctica and year rings of trees. In this way, the team was able to see how strong the CO2 concentration in the air was influenced by climate fluctuations in the pre-industrial period.
This climate change disrupts the natural balance of the enormous quantities of carbon in the atmosphere, oceans, and the biosphere. Because of this long accumulation of carbon theirs been released extra CO2, that causing further warming feedback. As a result, the CO2 enreases more each time the temperature trend climbs. Today, the global temperature is 0,3 degree Celsius higher than in the hottest period of the last few thousand years.
So let us all together decrease the CO2 levels in our air that we need for living. So our children can breathe clean air and be healthy!
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