There has been an increase in the creation of heat trapping gases due to emission by vehicles and factories, deforestation, and other sources. Higher temperatures cause problems such as an increase in deaths due to heat, rising sea levels, increased intensity and frequency of storms, warmer oceans, and coral bleaching. The average temperature of the planet is growing at a faster rate than usual and is predicted to continue to do so. An average increased temperature translates into extreme change in temperature in different regions, each of which brings its own host of problems. Rising temperatures, thereby, can result in much more than a warmer summer and colder winter, bringing about a multitude of problems that affect the very basic necessities of life and force an alteration in the way of life.
Increase in temperatures