Climate change contributes to global warming, leading to an overall increase in average temperatures around the world.
Altered climate patterns result in more frequent and intense extreme weather events, including hurricanes, droughts, floods, and heatwaves.
The warming climate accelerates the melting of polar ice caps and glaciers, contributing to rising sea levels and posing a threat to coastal areas.
Climate change leads to shifts in precipitation patterns, causing changes in rainfall amounts, distribution, and the frequency of storms.
Altered weather patterns affect agriculture by influencing growing seasons, crop yields, and the prevalence of pests and diseases.
Increased carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere lead to ocean acidification, affecting marine ecosystems, coral reefs, and marine life.
Climate change poses a significant threat to global biodiversity as shifting weather patterns impact ecosystems, leading to habitat loss and endangering many species.
Changes in weather patterns can affect the spread of infectious diseases, expose populations to heat-related illnesses, and exacerbate air quality issues.
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