What We Don't Talk About When Discussing Climate Change in UAE

What We Don't Talk About When Discussing Climate Change in UAE
As long as the earth breathes, and there is production in varying sectors of economies and countries, climate change would always be a topic of discussion in the UAE [United Arab Emirates], likewise the global front. 

You could shy away from it, but matters regarding climate change, global warming, greenhouse effect, depletion of the ozone layer, and release of carboniferous materials into the atmosphere are very sensitive and a matter of concern always. 

In today’s piece, we will do beyond talking about all the afore listed but give further insights to things not usually heard of when discussing climate change in the UAE. 

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What is climate change? 
The word climate is average weather in a location over a long period, which further gives a better meaning to climate change as the result of a change in the average circumstances. 

With further knowledge, long-term changes in temperature and weather patterns are termed climate change. Although these changes are natural, human activities have been the primary cause of climate change since the 1800s, owing to the burning of fossil fuels like coal, oil, and gas, which creates heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere. 

What is climate change exactly? 
If we are to put it simply, climate change is the sudden change from the patterns in which the weather shapes. Such that there is a deviation from its usual pattern as observed by track records. 

Climate change is the reason for the failed weather forecast you could have. 

What is the most important effect of climate change? 
The reality is that as the globe steadily evolves, the consequences of climate change can be seen in the physical environment, ecosystems, and human communities. 

The ripple effects of climate change are numerous and interrelated, however, things that would probably get your attention most times would be severe storms, droughts, heatwaves, rising sea levels, melting glaciers, and warmer oceans that could destroy the sea habitats, likewise’ disrupt people's livelihoods and societies.  

The effect of climate change makes humans' survival on earth tougher a process than how it was before now, as it appears the world could suddenly end due to the dangerous weather events that daily form. 

Why is it important to stop climate change? 
It is important to stop climate change to save humans and the earth from being destroyed by its effects. 

By compromising food and water supplies, increasing the risks of mortality and morbidity from infectious diseases likewise heat stress, and changing social determinants of health as a result of extreme weather events, inexplainable rising sea levels, amongst other factors will all cause significant harm to people's and communities health, likewise the country. 

What are the 3 effects of climate change? 
Climate change will affect everything around you as a human, but let's just bullet some 3 major effects of climate change for ease of understanding. 

  1. Climate change will affect the weather to be unstable due to Greenhouse effects 
  2. Climate change will affect humans and their habitat by causing ill health in different radii, famine, displacement of properties, and human lives. 
  3. Climate change will deplete the ozone layer. 
What are the 5 causes of climate change? 
  1. The Earth's Climate and Heat-Trapping Greenhouse Gases 
  2. Greenhouse Gases (GHGs) are a type of greenhouse gas that is 
  3. The ability to reflect or absorb the sun's energy. 
  4. Orbital and rotational changes of the Earth. 
  5. Solar Activity Variations 
  6. The Earth's Reflectivity has changed. 
What are the 10 effects of climate change? 
It's funny how numbers start from a digit and then could end in what looks like a sentence; my point is the effect of one of our actions could consciously or unconsciously affect or shape us to our status quo. 

Climate change is a big and sensitive issue, and as long as there is continuous gas flaring, and emission of other carboniferous materials to the atmosphere, there will be. 

  1. Increase in health challenges for humans.  
  2. There will be displacement of homes, livestock, and properties. 
  3. Increase in blackouts. 
  4. Food prices would go up. 
  5. The quality of water could drop. 
  6. There might be disruption to travel laws and vacations. 
  7. Outdoor activities will be limited. 
  8. The mortality rate would increase. 
  9. There would be an increase in natural disasters. 
  10. The cost of living would go high. 
The UAE Net-Zero by 2050 strategic project is a national effort to attain net-zero emissions by 2050, making the UAE the first country in the Middle East and North Africa to accomplish so. 

The UAE's strategic program, Net Zero 2050, is in line with the Paris Agreement, which requires governments to develop long-term plans to cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and keep global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.
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