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Climate change impact



Everyone has been debating the issue of climate change. As a result of climate change, our lifestyles have changed and we now face a variety of issues.

The climate and environment have been harmed as a result of deforestation, air pollution, and water pollution, resulting in soil erosion, floods, landslides, and erratic rain.

Many conferences and programs have been organized around the world to minimize the effects of climate change. A few weeks ago, the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2021 was organized in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, from October 31st to November 13th. The main theme of the program was to make enhanced commitments towards mitigating climate change.

Prime Minister Deuba said during the World Leaders Summit at the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC26th)’s Conference of Parties (COP 26) in Glasgow that the world can only achieve the goals if it has quick, clear, and accessible access to climate finance.

Prime Minister Deuba urged the parties to reach an agreement by 2025 on a clear roadmap for a new collective, quantifiable, and ambitious climate finance target.

Causes of climate change

Last month, more than 100 people died in Nepal as a result of unseasonal rains that caused floods and landslides. Climate change’s consequences become more dangerous by the day.

Many industrialized countries, such as the United Kingdom and the United States, have begun to use electric vehicles and have installed charging stations for them on their roadways.

The temperature rises in the summer, the weather becomes bitterly cold in the winter, and significant rainfall occurs in the rainy season, causing damage to homes and claiming the lives of individuals.

Deforestation has become a major contributor to climate change in both rural and urban areas. People destroy woods for human habitation and as a source of money without considering the environmental and animal consequences of their activities.

Similarly, individuals purchase vehicles in order to survive, and these vehicles generate pollution in the air they breathe.

The air pollution caused by the sector has a negative impact on the environment. Similarly, people buy vehicles for survival, and those vehicles emit air, which pollutes the fresh air. The industry’s air also pollutes the environment.

Solutions

Our environment will degrade day by day if we do not consider remedies and adopt steps. We can reduce air pollution in the country by adopting alternative energy sources such as electricity and cars, which both emit smoke.

We must all consider the environment to be our home, and it is our job to protect it. With our tiny efforts, we can make this place a better place to live. To accomplish this, we must be cautious about what we must do and what we must avoid.

Many industrialized countries, such as the United Kingdom and the United States, have begun to use electric vehicles and have installed charging stations for them on their roadways.

The next step in mitigating it might be to reduce the use of plastic. Because plastic does not disintegrate quickly in nature, a significant amount of it is burned, adding to emissions.

The Nepalese government has begun a campaign to reduce the use of plastic bags and has asked citizens to use alternative bags while purchasing groceries, veggies, and other items.

We must all consider the environment to be our home, and it is our job to protect it. With our tiny efforts, we can make this place a better place to live. To accomplish this, we must be cautious about what we must do and what we must avoid.

Many people have a habit of throwing trash and plastic wrappers into the road, and even vehicle passengers have been known to throw chocolate rappers out the windows, ruining the attractiveness of the area. As a result, we will not be able to make this location a better place to live unless we are aware of the consequences for our environment.

(Sonika Lamichhane is a News Editor and Presenter at Radio Nepal)

Publish Date : 19 December 2021 08:40 AM

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