Climate change is the burning issue of the current era. Because of the advancement in the technology and accelerated use of fuels have lead to the increasing concentration of the Greenhouse gases. Greenhouse gases affect the climate system very badly. The Climate of the Earth varies naturally because of a variety of cosmological and geological processes but Climate change refers to an additional and relatively rapid change induced by human actions. The average temperature of the Earth is increasing very rapidly over the past 30 years and because of that the snow is melting on the glaciers and the sea water level is increasing gradually rapidly and as a result of that many temperature sensitive systems / processes have been disturbed and changed over the past two decades. The additional change of several degree centigrade (oC) with in a century will disrupt the foundations of life on Earth.
Patel, Mr. Darshan V.
"CLIMATE CHANGE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO RISK FACING SMALL ISLAND STATES,"
International Journal of Computer and Communication Technology: Vol. 4
, Article 13.
Available at: https://www.interscience.in/ijcct/vol4/iss3/13