Climate Change

Climate change represents the substantial alteration in the typical weather conditions over an extended period, spanning decades or more. It distinguishes itself from natural weather fluctuations by its long-term trajectory. Human activities such as the combustion of fossil fuels, deforestation, and livestock farming are progressively exerting an influence on the Earth's climate and temperature. These activities result in the significant release of greenhouse gases, which, in addition to those naturally present in the atmosphere, intensify the greenhouse effect and contribute to global warming.

The consequences of climate change are far-reaching and have a global and unprecedented impact. They range from shifts in weather patterns that imperil food production to the elevation of sea levels, which heightens the risk of devastating floods. Climate change, in this context, poses challenges of a global scale and previously unseen proportions.

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