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Paragraph on The Impact of Changing Climate

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Question: Answer the following questions to form a continuous paragraph. (100 words)

  1. What is the impact of climate changing?
  2. Where does it affect mainly?
  3. What is the cause of increasing temperature?
  4. What is the condition of the sea level?
  5. Will the mangrove forest be affected?

Answer: The change of climate is now a major global concern. The worst of all the problems that affect all the flora and fauna of our environment is climate change. There are many plants and animals that are, vulnerable to climate change. As a result of increasing temperature, they are likely to be extinct from nature. At about 18000 years ago, sea level was more than 100 meters lower than today. Over the past century; sea level has risen by 10-20 c. m. possibly in response to global warming. The mangrove forest will be affected because of increasing salinity during the winter season and high tides at monsoon. Moreover, coastal surges will also raise the water level in the area. Therefore, all the plants and animals vulnerable to climate change will be hampered severely. Due to high salinity, many trees will be eliminated. All the flora and fauna will be affected by the salinity of the water. They will lose sources of their food and shelter.


Climate Change in Bangladesh

Question: Write a paragraph on “Climate Change in Bangladesh” based on the following questions. Your answers to the questions should give as much detail as possible.

  1. What is climate change?
  2. What are the causes responsible for climate change?
  3. How is Bangladesh being affected by it?
  4. What are the effects of climate change in Bangladesh?
  5. What is the responsibility of the government to face this disaster?

The Impact of Climate Change

Answer: Climate change is the change in earth’s weather including changes in temperature, wind patterns, and rainfall. Especially it refers to the increase in the temperature of the earth’s atmosphere due to the increase of greenhouse gases. Greenhouse gases mainly include carbon dioxide, methane, etc. These gases trap heat in the atmosphere and cause climate change which has become a major global concern. Due to global warming, the huge ice caps of the polar regions are being melted. This contributes to the rise of sea-level. As a result. The world’s mangrove forests are going to be extinct. Again, the rise of sea-level increases salinity in the inland rivers that decrease crop production. Besides, climate change causes natural disasters like floods, cyclones, etc. Thus, all the flora and fauna of our environment have become and are going to be vulnerable. But the worst sufferers of it are the people of developing and underdeveloped countries. They contribute to it the least, but they suffer for it the most. To keep the world habitable, we must put a stop to climate change. For this, we need to minimize the emission of greenhouse gases. At the same time, we must plant more and more trees to increase our forest land. It is true that there is a responsibility of the Govt. to combat this disaster. Govt. should take all necessary steps to reduce pollution as far as possible. All the world leaders should sit together to find a way out for saving our planet by reducing greenhouse gases.

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