The Effects of Climate Change
Heatwave - In summer of 2003 in Europe reached a high temperature of 44°C in Europe to caused deadly heatwaves that killed about 30,000 people in Belgium, Britain, France, Italy, The Netherlands, Portugal and Spain. Consequently a heat wave in South Asian region consistijng of Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan took 1,500 lives and the hosttest tempreature recorded in Australia lead to bushfires that resulted to the scorching of seven million acres forests that serves as habitats of some of the world's endangered flora and fauna.
Storm, Cyclones, Typhoons and Flash floods - also surfaced for the past several years in the planet according to World Meteorological Organization "the year 2003 Atlantic hurricane season saw the development of 16 named storms, which is well above the 1944-1996 average of 5.8, but consistent with a marked increase in the annual number of tropical systems since the mid 1990's. The trend continues as powerful hurricane pummeled Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico, where about 2,000 people died and causes severe destruction in the area.
Cyclone in the Indian sub-continent region are common each year, which is located at the South of India paved the way for a worse flood that claimed some 250 people. In 2004, at least 23 typhoons hit the Western Pacific as ten of them were recorded in Japan and left the country with at leat 170 lives.
Heavy monsoon rains battered South Asia and affected 30 million lives. The flood sweep milllions of homes, three million people were relocated to evacuation centers and more than 1,300 lives perished in the tragedy.
This year Philippines was the worst hit country in Asia by a series of typhoons, two of these are typhoon Ondoy which wreak havoc in Metro Manila Area and the Southern Tagalog Area that killed at least 377 people, affected 450,000 people, more than tens of thousands of homes were destroyed and damage to crops, infractructures, and properties reached over $2 million....