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  • 1. Climate Change
  • 2. Greenhouse
    • The greenhouse effect is the phenomenon whereby certain gases, which are components of a planetary atmosphere, they retain some of the energy emitted by the soil have been heated by solar radiation. It affects all planetary bodies endowed with atmosphere. According to current scientific consensus, the greenhouse effect is being increased in the earth by the emission of certain gases such as carbon dioxide and methane due to human economic activity.
  • 3.  
  • 4. Increase in average global temperature.
  • 5. Increased drought in some areas and flooding in others.
  • 6. Increased frequency of formation of hurricanes and tornadoes
  • 7. Progressive melting of polar ice caps, resulting in rising sea levels.
  • 8. Increased precipitation at the global level but less days and more rain in torrents.
  • 9. Increase in number of hot days, resulting in heat waves.
  • 10. Increased propagation n and extinction of some species
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