Climate Change

Editorials News | Apr-16-2021

Climate Change

Climate change is a major concern for everyone, as day by day we are developing we are also creating changes in the climate which is not good at all. Animals, Agriculture and, fossil fuels are devastating our planet. Climate may be a future pattern of weather, weather changes from hour to hour month to month or maybe from year to year. A desert might experience a rainy week, but over the future, the region receives little or no rainfall. It has a dry climate. Global warming is the major cause of climate change, Global warming occurs when we burn fossil fuels, oil gas by industries and cars. Climate change is also linked to the destruction of the forests, such activity of the human being is increasing the level of carbon dioxide on the earth, and due to which people are having breathing issues. The Climate has changed much time in the Earth's history but over a thousand years, but now we can experience the changes that are happening on the earth.

But together if we work to stop this climate change, we can make our earth better again, by planting more and more trees, by reducing the use of CFC( Chlorofluorocarbon), and by switching our petrol cars to electric cars. There are many steps that we can use to reduce Global warming like Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Reduce waste by choosing reusable products rather than disposables.


1.Use Less Heat and Air Conditioning.

2.Change your lightbulb,

3.Drive less and drive smarter.

4.Buy Energy-Efficient Products.

5.Use Less Hot Water.

6.Use the "Off" Switch

7.Plant a Tree or two.

8. Encourage others to conserve our plants and environment.


There are many classroom activities that Schools can use to make the student better understand climate change and also making them aware of the basic steps that they can take to stop all these climate changes and global warming.

Students can prepare a news report that highlights problems facing coastal communities and how climate change might affect coastal populations. Students prepare a news report that highlights problems facing coastal communities and how climate change might affect coastal populations.


By: Renu


Content: https://www.nationalgeographic.org/education/climate-change/