The climate crisis is the most dangerous and devastating thing of our times. Greenhouse gases are impacting our climate and causing global warming. Global temperatures are rising with significant consequences. GHG that includes carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and some synthetic chemicals are affecting climate and thus warming the planet across poles.The effects of human-caused global warming are happening now, are irreversible on the timescale of people alive today, and will worsen in the decades to come. Human beings, animals, living species, agriculture and water resources all are vulnerable to this calamity.
It is altering our planet, causing extreme weather events like tropical storms, wildfires, severe droughts and heat waves, negatively affecting crop production, causing disruption to animals’ natural habitats, and more. Almost every human activity is responsible for GHG emissions. Day by day humans is about to change their way of living. The more we are digitizing our lives, the more we are producing greenhouse gases. Initiatives that reduce the climate worsening effects are being taken all over the world. There are a number of things needed to be done for combating climate change that including recycling waste, renewable energy, plantation etc.
Nature works on a delicate balance. This balance is very important because it ensures survival, existence and stability of the environment. If we don’t understand the impact of carbon emissions, then how can we change what we’re doing and save the planet?
Large carbon footprints deplete resources on large and small scales. From a country's deforestation activities to one's increased use of air conditioning, the more use of large carbon producing resources, the more greenhouse gases increase and spur further climate change.
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Because the emission of greenhouse gases is the main perpetrator that causes global warming (and therefore climate change), it’s important to understand how carbon and other greenhouse gas emissions affect the environment. As we live, breathe, drive cars, and cut down trees, we as a people emit greenhouse gases into the air. This is quantified by what’s called a carbon footprint.
We are providing carbon footprint calculators so that you can measure your step on earth and once you understood what your carbon footprint is, you can reduce it with ease.