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10 Terrifying Global Warming Pictures That You Just Cannot Ignore

Published 3 weeks ago

Like or not, climate change is something that has been affecting the planet for the past few decades. As population continues to grow, and temperatures continue to rise each year, it’s time for individual countries to take action. When countries around the globe band together to keep the planet beautiful and clean, the future may start to look a little brighter. Industry experts, like Jai Shroff of UPL Limited, are looking for ways to continue to meet the demands of agriculture and industry by studying new types of environmentally-friendly agrichemicals and boosting clean energy use. With the planet nearing a global energy crisis, it’s important that each country does its part to ensure the earth is preserved for the next generation. Here are 10 Global Warming images which will open the eyes of even non-believers.

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The Muir Glacier in Alaska as seen on the left in the 1890s and the right image was taken in 2005. It clearly shows how fast the landscape changed due to global warming

The Muir Glacier in Alaska as seen on the left in the 1890s and the right image was taken in 2005. It clearly shows how fast the landscape changed due to global warming

Image Source: climate.nasa.gov

The image shows the fast shrinking of Myrdalsjökull, Iceland’s fourth largest ice cap. The image on the left was taken in 1986 and the image on the right was taken in 2014.

The image shows the fast shrinking of Myrdalsjökull, Iceland's fourth largest ice cap. The image on the left was taken in 1986 and the image on the right was taken in 2014.

Image Source: climate.nasa.gov

The Enterprise Bridge passes over a section of Lake Oroville in 2011 (left) and 2014 (right) in Oroville, California, which is experiencing “exceptional” drought.

The Enterprise Bridge passes over a section of Lake Oroville in 2011 (left) and 2014 (right) in Oroville, California, which is experiencing “exceptional” drought.

Image Source: usuncut.com

Bleaching of the Great Barrief Reef. See how it looked in 2002(image on the left) and in 2014 (image on the right)

Bleaching of the Great Barrief Reef. See how it looked in 2002(image on the left) and in 2014 (image on the right)

Image Source: collectivelyconscious.net

The below satellite images show the shrinking of Mar Chiquita in Argentina. Mar Chiquita is one of the largest natural saline lakes in the world, but has been shrinking due to irrigation and drought

The below satellite images show the shrinking of Mar Chiquita in Argentina. Mar Chiquita is one of the largest natural saline lakes in the world, but has been shrinking due to irrigation and drought

Image Source: climate.nasa.gov

The decreasing snowfall accumulation on Matterhorn Mountain between 1960 and 2005

The decreasing snowfall accumulation on Matterhorn Mountain between 1960 and 2005

Image Source: elitedaily.com

Lake Chad in Africa is seen in 1972 (left), 1987 (center), and 2002 (right). The once sixth biggest lake of the world is now disappearing due to excessive drought

Lake Chad in Africa is seen in 1972 (left), 1987 (center), and 2002 (right). The once sixth biggest lake of the world is now disappearing due to excessive drought

Image Source: climate.nasa.gov

Satellite Image of Aral See shows from 1989 and 2014

Satellite Image of Aral See shows from 1989 and 2014

Image Source: usuncut.com</a

The rapid rate of deforestation in Argentina between 1972 and 2009

The rapid rate of deforestation in Argentina between 1972 and 2009

Image Source: elitedaily.com

Beth Wilson

Beth is a part time model and a strict vegetarian. She is a also a social worker and has contributed to several innovation based science studies.

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