Rise in Temperature: Since 1880, the global temperature has risen by 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the most obvious effect of global warming, as it shows the warming of the earth’s atmosphere. There are a number of negative effects associated with this rise in global temperatures. This is the main impact of global warming, which creates a domino effect of other problems around the world. It has been estimated that, by the end of the century, sea levels will rise anywhere from seven to twenty-three inches. As already stated, this could have a devastating effect on many coastal cities that are not protected from this rising level.
It has been estimated that, by the end of the twenty-first century, global temperatures will rise by an additional 5.8 degrees Fahrenheit. When compared to the previous century’s temperature change, this indicates that the impact of global warming is growing dramatically as the years pass. According to certain studies regarding global warming, the last two decades of the twentieth century were the hottest on record in 400 years. This coincides with the idea that both human and natural causes have led to an increase in global temperatures.

Rise in Sea Level: Over the last century, it has been estimated that the sea levels have already risen seven inches. If global warming continues, then the estimate of a rise between seven and twenty-three inches over the next century appears to be accurate.

Alter of Global Ocean Conveyor Belt: Deep-ocean water circulates via a system known as the global ocean conveyor belt. Global warming could cause is likely to alter this conveyor belt, causing extreme weather in many places. It has been claimed that a drastic altering of the conveyor belt could cause a “miniature ice age” in Europe.

Author: Dr. Sunita