What’s Going on With Climate Change?
Global warming is, probably, the most urgent issue in modern scientific investigations. Numerous experiments and observations are constantly being conducted in northern areas, oceanic coasts, and in certain parts of the
world’s various oceans, where both temperature and rising sea levels offer direct testimony on the seemingly rapid changes in climate conditions.
These experiments have touched on various environmental fields, including animal habitats (both terrestrial and aquatic), vegetation diversity, soils, our atmosphere, and general human livelihood, as we all well know. This collective body of amassed experience and gathered data has encouraged scholars to posit a few conclusions, possible prospects and arguments concerning the process and status of global warming. Continue reading