Climate change, related to the greenhouse gases, affects the whole planet. What is worse is that Australia is one of the most suffering countries. In addition, leaving aside the probability of a decreasing biodiversity, the risks for our health are many, many more.
Experts and scientists expect a dramatic rise of temperature over the next 30 years. People are aware and emergency measures are taken but they might just slow down the process, as there are many things that need to be stopped but they have became essential.
If the climate change we can only immagine how we will adapt and what will happen. Australia, the people and especially the wildlife will struggle to cope with the high temperatures and this can lead to many health problems. High temperatures may prove fatal for some species as well as for many people who have hearth related problems. In Australia the summer temperatures reach up to 35°C. The problem is not that those temperatures may rise, as I personally cannot imagine this happening, but that the amount of days like this will rise several times compared to previous years. You can imagine how the air conditioner is your favourite thing during this period be we are cleaning Melbourne instead of staying at home.
Many climate related disaster could be expected to happen if a drastic change is not made. Only then floods, hailstorms and bushfires can be avoided, even though the latter one is considered unavoidable even today. Unfortunately, with the things going the right way but still far from what is needed the number of those disasters is only going to continue increasing in the same rapid pace.
To solve the problem we have to look at the reason? The climate change is a consequence from the greenhouse gases that are emitted daily. Regulative measures are taken by the governments but it is not only the factories that emit those gases but our everyday commuting does as well too. Fortunately, the cleaners in Melbourne are “carpooled” to their workplace everyday so we can only hope more and more people follow this practice so that we can contribute to environmental well-being.