Open Access Commentary Article ID: OJEB-2-106

    Anthropogenic Effects on Climate

    Khalidullin Oleg*

    It remains very little until the complete destruction of the Earth. Man, like an unreasonable child, without knowing danger, destroys his cradle. Every living creature, every blade of grass on the planet has its purpose. Their origin, existence and reproduction depend on water. Water is the working body, is in a continuous cycle of transformations. Advancing it along bodies, trunks and stems is an integral part of the overall hydrological cycle. The balance of these transformations was created for millions of years. There is evidence that every hectare of land contains 20 tons of living organisms, each of which converts water. We fill up the soil with dumps and dumps, we put it under fields, we pour water for the hydroelectric power station - we destroy the biota. More than half of all the inhabited land we already dead [1]. Nature, periodically, with increasing frequency and strength, warns us of floods, storms, etc., natural disasters. But we persistently continue to build new hydroelectric power stations, fill up new areas with dumps of new deposits and build new cities.


    Published on: May 24, 2017 Pages: 35-37

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/ojeb.000006
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