If you haven’t noticed, the warm climate that has been hitting various parts of the world like Australia and various parts of Asia like the Philippines are not your usual heat waves that come in seasons like summer. While most of us think that they are only normal they are not. They are products of the global warming issue which has been made popular by Al Gore.
All the things we do to harm our environment like pollution and improper waste management have been key ingredients towards the global warming recipe. We may not associate it now but global warming is a reality.
Many people feel that this would be a good time the beaches but be sure to apply added amounts of sun blocks. Getting a tan is one thing but suffering from the heat in the form of sunburn or heat stroke is not as simple as most of us deem it to be. Global warming is a clear culprit in the worsening climate we all have to deal with so be wiser when you go out!
Climate change is plain to see in southern Australia. After 10 years of seriously below average rainfalls, folks have had to adapt: There is a weekly two-hour outdoor water restriction. Residents collect every bit of what little rain they get. They have re-landscaped their yards with indigenous plants and given up English-style gardens. It is no longer a question of whether to get an 11,000-gallon cistern for rain collection – the question now is how many.
We just spent a day driving around Victoria, going up mountains (small ones) with vast lookouts over dry barren land. I am told that in the springtime the land is green for a few weeks, but right now that is hard to imagine. Every land holder determines the lowest point on their land and collects water in a small dugout pond. However, this prevents the water from flowing into creeks, so it was no surprise to find all of the creeks bone dry. What few rivers we did drive over had stagnant puddles of water with tiers of grass between them – no flowing water was anywhere to be seen.
(Source) Condor Monitor