7 apocalyptic climate change predictions that are already happening
7 apocalyptic climate change predictions that are already happening. Climate change activists have been warning of end-of-day effects for over 50 years. At this time, experts are saying it’s already too late and the world is already seeing its devastating effects.
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Here are the 7 apocalyptic climate change predictions that are already happening.
- East African Locust Plague (Changes to Life and the Carbon Cycle)
In 2020, East Africa saw one of the largest Locust plagues in 25 years. Climate change scientists predicted the altercation of many aspects of biological systems and the global carbon cycle. Temperature changes will alter the natural ranges of many types of plants and animals, both wild and domesticated. There will also be changes to the lengths of growing seasons, geographical ranges of plants, and frost dates.
- Texas Snow Storm 2021 (Changing Severe Weather)
Texas, one of the hottest places in America with temperatures ranging from 52°F (11.1°C) to 71°F (21.7°C), while the average low temperatures are in between the 23°F (-5°C) to 52°F (11.1°C) is currently seeing unpredictable snowstorms across the state. Some climate scientists believe that hurricanes, typhoons, and other tropical cyclones will (and may have begun to already) change as a result of global warming.
- India’s Drought crises (Changing Precipitation)
Since 2015, India has been experiencing widespread drought conditions. In fact, some 600 million people in India are presently facing high to extreme water stress. According to the government’s own report, India is facing its worst ever water crisis. Climate change scientists have said the warmer average global temperature will cause a higher rate of evaporation, causing the water cycle to “speed up”. More water vapor in the atmosphere will lead to more precipitation.