Climate is defined as the average weather, and although weather and climate refer to atmospheric conditions, the time frame for each other is different. In the short term, the weather describes weather conditions in a specific location, and the climate is related to weather conditions over a longer period.
Climate change is the critical issue of our time as we face a critical moment since the global impacts are widespread and unprecedented in scale from changing weather patterns that threaten food production to rising sea levels that increase the risk of catastrophic floods.
Greenhouse gases occur naturally and are essential for the survival of humans and millions of other organisms by keeping part of the sun warm and reversing it back into space to make the Earth liveable. But after more than a century and a half of industrialization, deforestation, and large-scale agriculture, the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere has risen to record levels not seen in three million years," As economies and living standards grow, the level of accumulation of greenhouse gas emissions is also on the rise, as is the cumulative level of greenhouse gases "greenhouse gas emissions".
Some fundamental scientific links are well established:
● There is a direct relationship between the concentration of greenhouse gases in the Earth's atmosphere with average global temperatures on Earth.
● The concentration of gases has been steadily increasing along with global temperatures since the industrial revolution.
● Burning fossil fuels is caused by highly available greenhouse gases and carbon dioxide (CO2) accounting for about two-thirds of greenhouse gases.