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When we think about Mountains

November 24, 2017
When we think of Mountains in Nepal , Mount Everest is the most famous by dint of being the world’s highest peak. But Nepal is home to many other mountains , from the 3,000 –foot summits of the Churiya Hills to the giants of the Greater Himalayas And the ranges along the border with Tibet. Nepal’s mountains invites superlatives, from the highest to the most popular to the most seclude.
A climate that always changing , but the change we have observed in the last several decades are good explained as a combination of natural and Human-made causes .Some of the trends now under way-such as warmer nights during heat waves and heavier burst of rain and snow –are expected to continue. Other changes will be less familiar , and there could be surprises along the way. This increased uncertainty makes planning for the future more difficult . As we adapt to climate changes already happening , some of those behaviors will affect the amount of greenhouse gases we put into the atmosphere, and thus affect the climate itself. Population growth , increases or decreases in air pollution.
Precipitation has increased globally over the last century( raising temperatures, warming also draws moisture out of the ground) , Days with heavy rain and snow are becoming more frequent over most of the globes land areas, the global extent of drought has more than doubled worldwide.
Even gradual warming can have dramatic impacts on ecosystems. By crossing important thresholds, such as when freezing or thawing occur, small shifts in climate can transform the way plants, animals and landforms interact. the polar and mountainous regions of Earth are especially vulnerable to climate change. The huge amounts of snow and ice in clod regions act as natural air conditioners- not because they are frozen, but because their light-colored surface span vast areas, reflecting most of the sunlight that hits them . If the ice melts , the darker surface underneath( whether land or sea) absorbs much more of the sunlight, like asphalt dose on a hot day. That helps to speed further warming and melting in what’s known as appositive feedback loop. Many Plan and animals survive within a narrow range of very specific climates conations. As climate zones shiltf, some plants and animals are adapting , but other are less well equipped to do so.
Planting trees is one suggested response to climate change . changing our consumption Habits ,( buying locally sourced products, Recycle and reuse what we can, Saving energy, Drive less, Ride A bicycle, maintaining our Automobiles , insulate our home and major appliances , use fluoresce LED bulbs , don’t litter, recycle and throw away , turn off our lights, when not in use , don’t burn papers, Save the water grow more plants.) These habits can reduces Global Warming and save our environments.
Each Nations and its people must be concerned and aware of these changes and consiquencious which is happening right now globally. Asia all representatives must urge and bring sound plan for reducing this change . Promote mass transportations projects, search alternative energy projects , Support Regulation that Limits carbon emission projects, Inform people about the dangers of Global Warming awareness projects and Growing more plants projects and Encourages to join an Advocacy Group.
Reducing global warming means conserving our environments in simply understanding . Nepal is Very popular for the so many mountains , Green forests and water Resources. As I have mentioned above global warming can be controlled if we change our daily habits with bringing different projects on various headings. We can save our mountains , forests , water , live hood of people and can create world Global warming free.
  • Decreasing Snow in Himalaya
    Dhapakhel Lalitpur Nepal
  • Less snow in Himalaya due to global warming impacts
    Dhapakhel Lalitpur Nepal
  • Melting snow due the Temperatures
  • Global warming is reducing beauty of Himalaya