Climate Change Guide
So, this was about the possible ways of dealing with climate change. Now we will learn some basic terms and definitive words used in the discussion of climate change. When we study any subject we always come across with some terms and definitions.
Therefore, friends, So far we have learned the meaning and implications of climate change. In what way climate change will affect the human life and natural world on earth and so on. We have also understood the reasons of climate change and global warming.
Water harvesting means collecting rain water through various methods. It means capturing rain where it falls or collecting the runoff water in ponds, lakes, tanks etc. This water can be used in gardening, for irrigation and also for recharging groundwater.
Fossil fuels are non-renewable energy sources formed from the remains of dead animals and plants. It takes millions of years to complete the entire process and it is important to conserve fossil fuels because once these are extracted they will be finished forever.
Deforestation is the removal or the clearance of forests for their non-forest use or urbanization. Examples of deforestation include conversion of forestlands to ranches, farms, mining for coal or for building cities. Trees play a huge role in the carbon cycle.
Madhya Pradesh, the second largest state in India, has many national parks that harbour a major population of tigers. Some of include Kanha National Park, Panna National Park, Pench Tiger Reserve, Madhav National Park etc.