Response to Climate Change

  • Saumya Pratibha Tirkey
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  • Saumya Pratibha Tirkey

    Student at Faculty of Law, ICFAI university Jharkhand, India

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Climate change is an irrevocable process that has already touched every corner of the planet and will continue to reshape the lives of human beings for centuries to come. The planet has warmed since the pre-industrial period and has pushed the Earth towards irreversible change. Greater rates and magnitude of climate change, as observed in the past few decades, increase the likelihood of exceeding the temperature from the 1.5-degree limit or even crossing 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial level with severely damaging consequences. Climate change is not just an environmental problem but a social issue, bringing deep impacts on the life of human beings. Years of consecutive climate-related disasters have brought widespread misery and huge economic loss to people across the globe. Climate change is human-induced caused by emissions of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide that prevents heat trapped to dissipate into space. This article, therefore, tries to highlight various adaptation methods and strategies to adverse impacts of climate change.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 4, Issue 1, Page 753 - 757


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