Man is the enemy of nature and the cause of climate change
Between 1850 and today, it is already more than one degree Celsius. According to the available data for the last 2000 years, such a temperature has never been recorded. Since the beginning of industrialization, the concentration of greenhouse gases such as CO2, methane and nitrous oxide in the atmosphere has been increasing. CO2 levels today are higher than at any time in the last 800,000 years!
This is due to the increased concentration of greenhouse gases, as much of the sun’s radiation is reflected back to earth and cannot escape into space. The earth, therefore, continues to warm up. This is a man-made greenhouse effect which, according to many studies, is the cause of global warming.
However, if global warming continues, this date could be exceeded by a decade. Based on the actions of our leaders to date, we could be looking at an increase of 2 to 3.5 degrees instead. Unfortunately, the consequences of warming are already clearly visible: melting glaciers, rising sea levels and increasingly extreme weather.