Climate Change Calamity on World Scale

Published August 17th, 2022 - 12:15 GMT

Climate change is affecting the whole world; water levels across the globe are seen shrinking down along with the ice bridges that can be seen melting a year after the other.

Never-stricken heat waves are affecting Europe with the highest temperatures hitting the UK weeks earlier where the heat reached over 40 C. Heat waves have also ignited wildfires that burnt dozens of acres across the world. Deaths were also reported in Europe due to the high heat.

Multiple rivers in Chile, Italy, and France have reported a decline in their water levels in recent years as some have dried completely.

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This aerial file photo taken on April 2, 2020, a man observes from a pier the dried Collague Reservoir, in Melon, Chile. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)

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Over the past two decades, the Arctic has lost about one-third of its winter sea ice volume, largely due to a decline in sea ice that persists over several years, called multiyear ice, according to a new study. The study also found sea ice is likely thinner than previous estimates. (Photo by Kerem Yucel / AFP)

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A tactical firefighter set fires to burn a plot of land as firefighters attempt to prevent the wild fire from spreading due to wind change, as they fight a forest fire near Louchats in Gironde, southwestern France on July 17, 2022. (Photo by THIBAUD MORITZ / AFP)

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An aerial view taken on July 5, 2022, show the dry river bed and low levels of the Po River in the area of the municipality of Castelmassa, in the region of Veneto, were water is rationed amid the worst drought to affect northern Italy’s rivers in 70 years. (Photo by Marco SABADIN / AFP)

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This picture taken on June 30, 2022 shows the low level of the river Tiber below Sant'Angelo bridge and Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome. (Photo by Tiziana FABI / AFP)

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A demonstrator approaches a boat stuck in the dried-up bank of a canal, during a rally at the Umm El Wadaa marsh, south-east of the Iraqi city of Nasiriyah in the southern Dhi Qar province, on August 16, 2022, to demand solutions for water scarcity and drought.A demonstrator approaches a boat stuck in the dried-up bank of a canal, during a rally at the Umm El Wadaa marsh, south-east of the Iraqi city of Nasiriyah in the southern Dhi Qar province, on August 16, 2022, to demand solutions for water scarcity and drought. (Photo by Asaad NIAZI / AFP)

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A sign reads, “Sorry we are closed due to the very low water” outside a business along the drought-stricken Elephant Butte Reservoir on August 16, 2022 near Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. Mario Tama/Getty Images/AFP

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Temperatures in Spain have been very high this summer with several unusual heat waves. Scientists say human-induced climate change is making extreme weather events including heatwaves and droughts more frequent and more intense. (Photo by THOMAS COEX / AFP)

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This aerial file photo taken on April 2, 2020, a man observes from a pier the dried Collague Reservoir, in Melon, Chile. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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Over the past two decades, the Arctic has lost about one-third of its winter sea ice volume, largely due to a decline in sea ice that persists over several years, called multiyear ice, according to a new study. The study also found sea ice is likely thinner than previous estimates. (Photo by Kerem Yucel / AFP)
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A tactical firefighter set fires to burn a plot of land as firefighters attempt to prevent the wild fire from spreading due to wind change, as they fight a forest fire near Louchats in Gironde, southwestern France on July 17, 2022. (Photo by THIBAUD MORITZ / AFP)
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An aerial view taken on July 5, 2022, show the dry river bed and low levels of the Po River in the area of the municipality of Castelmassa, in the region of Veneto, were water is rationed amid the worst drought to affect northern Italy’s rivers in 70 years. (Photo by Marco SABADIN / AFP)
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This picture taken on June 30, 2022 shows the low level of the river Tiber below Sant'Angelo bridge and Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome. (Photo by Tiziana FABI / AFP)
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A demonstrator approaches a boat stuck in the dried-up bank of a canal, during a rally at the Umm El Wadaa marsh, south-east of the Iraqi city of Nasiriyah in the southern Dhi Qar province, on August 16, 2022, to demand solutions for water scarcity and drought.A demonstrator approaches a boat stuck in the dried-up bank of a canal, during a rally at the Umm El Wadaa marsh, south-east of the Iraqi city of Nasiriyah in the southern Dhi Qar province, on August 16, 2022, to demand solutions for water scarcity and drought. (Photo by Asaad NIAZI / AFP)
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A sign reads, “Sorry we are closed due to the very low water” outside a business along the drought-stricken Elephant Butte Reservoir on August 16, 2022 near Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. Mario Tama/Getty Images/AFP
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Temperatures in Spain have been very high this summer with several unusual heat waves. Scientists say human-induced climate change is making extreme weather events including heatwaves and droughts more frequent and more intense. (Photo by THOMAS COEX / AFP)

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