The increase in the average global temperature has been observed since the middle of the twentieth century, and today it is more than double the degree 200 years ago, and global warming is likely to lead to the retreat of glaciers, an increase in forest fires, an increase in floods due to the melting of large parts of ice, shrinking agricultural crops, Flooding of low-lying islands and coastal cities, increasing storms and hurricanes, spreading epidemics, and extinction of some species; And because the increase in the proportion of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is due to human activity, global warming will lead to an economic cost that current and future generations will suffer if human activity continues to proceed at the same pace and make the same mistakes.
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