Why is ‘global warming’ harming the earth?

An increase in the earth’s average temperatures is called ‘global warming’. Deforestation and burning of fossil fuels are believed to be primary culprits. These release large quantities of gases such as carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, which trap more of the sun’s energy as heat and warm the planet. One of the most immediate effects is the extreme variations in average temperatures. There is significant reduction in Arctic Sea ice and glacial melting. This results in high tides in global sea levels. Other than negative impact on plant and animal life, global warming is having serious effects on human health as well.

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