Consequences of climate change pose a great threat to Vietnam’s future. In this article, Norvergence listed various government policies that are taken to tackle environmental issues.
Here are the highlighted points that are covered in this report:
Possible effects of climate change
Government crafted many policies to combat climate change
Nation Target Program on Climate Change (NTPCC) is affecting…
Environmentalists at Norvergence studied a report according to which around 1300 legal actions have been taken regarding climate crisis since 1990. 28 countries including Brazil, Spain, UK, Australia, Germany, and New Zealand are listed in the report.
Today, Norvergence would give us the most efficient and effective solution to fight global warming and climate change.
Last year, a report was published by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), according to which, our planet require 1 billion hectares of additional forest in an order to curb global warming.
The environmentalists at the Norvergence carried out in-depth research to determine the economic impacts of climate change on various different countries and continents.
Here is the list of those 5 countries:
United States of America
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Norvergence in the video explained that the impact of air pollution on children’s health has already reached catastrophic levels. We have to take strict measures in an order to curb the emissions of greenhouse gases.
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In children, air pollution is linked with many adverse health effects such as obesity, respiratory disease, and lowered IQ. In the video, Norvergence clearly explains the whole phenomenon of air pollution with statistics.
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Norvergence wants to highlight the life story of environmentalists that were brutally killed by government troops, gangsters, and smugglers. There is a rapid increase in the killing of environmentalists in Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Philippines, and Russia.
Don’t feel sad after reading the title, get up and take a stand in the favor of environmentalists who are fighting for all of us. Norvergence, a social initiative taken by a group of environmentalists request all of you to show your support and ask the government why they are not been able to protect environmentalists?
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The team at Norvergence recently analyzed the pity situation of environmentalists living across the globe. Till now, approximately 500 environmentalists are killed and not even a single country is strengthening its laws to protect them.
The main aim of Norvergence behind this article is to aware of the general population regarding the killing of environmentalists. According to an investigation report named, “Deadly Environment”, around 147 environmentalists being murdered in 2012 and the number went to 210 in 2017.
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According to a London-based organization, Global Witness, around 4 environmentalists are killed every week across the globe. Many of the killers include gangsters, smugglers, government troops, paramilitaries, etc.
Norvergence has curated a report in which it penned down the killings of environmentalists across the globe. In Latin American countries, a maximum number of environmentalists murdered due to weak
Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time. We are already seeing its effects with rising seas, catastrophic wildfires and water shortages. These changes are not only having a dramatic impact on diverse ecosystems but also on the wildlife that call these places home. Here are 9 species that are already being affected by climate change.
If we don’t act on climate now, this list is just the tip of the iceberg of what we can expect in years to come. Future generations shouldn’t just see these animals in history books – we ow…
Climate change has become an every day term in today’s day and age. But have you thought about what this phenomenon means in reality? Changes in temperature might not seem dramatic, but we are already seeing devastating results:
• Some islands no longer exist.
• The occurrence of natural disasters is increasing.
• A number of stunning destinations are on the brink of vanishing.
• And sadly, wildlife are increasingly under threat due to changing ecosystems and habitat loss.
In practice, climate change affects animal species in the following…
In the Rocky Mountains, climate change has raised summer temperatures 0.72˚ F each decade over the last 30 years, while snows are melting three to five days earlier in spring. Wildflowers bloom several days earlier, with peak flowering also occurring earlier. No one knows what this might eventually mean for pollinators. In Australia, warmer winters are forcing mountain pygmy possums out of hibernation earlier than their prey, the bogong moth, so many are starving to death. In Europe, roe deer, whose fertility is triggered by the length of da…
Global warming, scientists say, is responsible not only for shrinking ice caps but also for a surge in extreme weather that is causing heat waves, forest fires, and droughts. The polar bear standing on a chunk of shrinking ice, apparently stranded, has become a familiar image, a symbol of the devastating effects of climate change.
This image is somewhat misleading since polar bears are powerful swimmers and climate change will primarily affect them by restricting access to prey. Nevertheless, researchers agree that even small changes in tem…
We see climate change everywhere – in weather patterns, across farmland, throughout plant and animal habitats.
Scientists are documenting the effects of such climate-related shifts, which largely stem from global warming caused by humans and are already affecting daily life. In fact, 2015 to 2018 were the four hottest years ever recorded.
Here, we explore three critical aspects of an increasingly warmer planet.
The planet is warming, from North Pole to South Pole. Since 1906, the global average surface temperature has increased by more than 1.6 degrees Fahrenheit (0.9 degrees Celsius)—even more in sensitive polar regions. And the impacts of rising temperatures aren’t waiting for some far-flung future–the effects of global warming are appearing right now. The heat is melting glaciers and sea ice, shifting precipitation patterns, and setting animals on the move.