We all heard and have been warned about environmental change and the irreversible impacts it has to our planet. Global warming is as of now terrible yet a few of us are still not doing anything to help our planet become better. The most dangerous effects of this phenomenon is flooding, which can get so awful that real urban communities could vanish from the maps.
In 2013, National Geographic indicated what the Earth will look like if the greater part of the mammoth ice sheets in the North and South poles would melt. You may even now observe shades of green and chestnut on the globe however the snow tops have melted, which result to increment in ocean levels and floods and at last the vanishing of urban areas. As indicated by the estimation, the ocean levels would increment by 216 feet taking after the melting of ice tops.
For example in North America, the whole Atlantic seaboard will be wiped out, thus will Florida and the Gulf Coast. South America’s Buenos Aires, coastal Uruguay, and a large portion of Paraguay would no longer have a place on the map. In Africa, not much land will be lost but rather environmental change will likewise bring high temperatures which implies that this mainland will be hot to the point that the greater part of the continent will become uninhabitable.
Europe’s London and Venice will be a memory when the ice tops melt.
Researchers anticipate that the greater part of the ice will melt however this doesn’t imply that it will occur one week from now or even after two decades. It could occur in a great many years. You won’t leave enough to encounter the flooding. But your descendants and their descendants will in any case be around to see the terrains vanish.
As we burn more an more fossil for energy consumption, which then would discharge carbon into the climate, the temperature of this planet will get more sweltering and more sultry. That compares to ice melting. The uplifting news is that more individuals are becoming aware and making a move to stop a global warming.
See below the danger we face if the both poles will melt: