World should get ready to handle climate change
The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has strongly reacted to the issue of climate change, discussing deeply the actual challenges posed by the climate crisis.
The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has strongly reacted to the issue of climate change, discussing deeply the actual challenges posed by the climate crisis. This news piece has caught the attention of the world community, having been highlighted by the media houses like CNN. It is time to create such serious climate change talks at the world stage. The factors like carbon dioxide-greenhouse gases contributing to the climate crisis have to be dealt with in a proper way as chalked out at climate change summits so far.
Volatile weather patterns and climate change impacts have started eating into the growth of the world. Intense tropical storms have become the order of the day. Just as in American continent, Asian nations have been encountering plenty of storm systems. There was recently cyclone Burevi off my native areas like Korkai, Tiruchendur, Tuticorin, Tirunelveli, Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu. It is time to make the most of monsoon rainfall tapping only the good benefits, negative sides apart.
This aside, there have been reports of rigorous deforestation activities going on in the Amazon rainforest. The fact that the Amazon has been home to rich biodiversity and green cover in the world should dawn on everyone out there to protect this rich green area forever even as it is time to make certain "ranching activities" though necessary will not come in the way of green activities. In short, the globe and geographical areas out there have long been the natural gifts to the human society. Therefore, the international community should furthermore get ready to handle the climate challenges through mutual cooperation and strong green strategies.
P Senthil Saravana Durai, Andheri West, Mumbai