Earth’s consistently risingtemperature of the earth’s atmosphere is also known as climate change or globalwarming. These conditions are largely attributed to human activities and ourenvironment of industrialization. With the process of industrialization in theway of our developing world’s concerns, climate change goes unnoticed by somany individuals and with that it is potentially the most environmental concernwe have today.
The lists of causes of climate change is so extensive that ushumans have a hard time keeping track. The causes of climate change have beentraced to our human actions, with particulars being linked to the excessiveburning of fossil fuels and rapid deforestation across the globe. Burningfossil fuels release greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide into theatmosphere causing a layer to form around the atmosphere, preventing the sun’sheat from reflecting back into space and thus, contributing to increased globaltemperatures. Rapid deforestation contributes to this process as carbon dioxideconsumes vegetation, leading to an excess of greenhouse gases in ouratmosphere.
Climatechange specifically presents a challenge to our human population by threateningthe very survival of our species and others across the globe. These rises intemperature are connected to very unstable climate patterns, which melt thepolar caps and glaciers of the Canadian Arctic and remaining Arctic across theglobe, which also threaten to rising sea levels and reduced amounts of freshwater. Therefore, climate change as a concerning condition, must be apprehendedand corrected with policies and promising actions before our growing humanpopulation and other species are affected with such a tragedy. The most notablepopulation is the Inuit people of Northern Canada.
If Inuit communities arebeing deprived of their traditional lifestyle of hunting, fishing andgathering, due to climate change, then how are these people going to providethe necessary resources and nutrients required to maintain health or survive.