Global warming | Sunday Observer

Global warming

1 November, 2020

Global warming takes place when more heat is trapped in the atmosphere and less heat is given out. This effect is called green house effect. This will cause the melting of ice in the Antartica and lead to the rise in sea level. This will cause small islands such as the Maldives sink. Global warming takes place when more Carbondioxide is produced by industries and car fumes. This also leads to acid rain.

N. Nirmalan,
Grade 8,
Kingston College International,