2. 1.AMAZON FOREST WILL BE CHANGED THE DESERT
Has millions of species and clean water 1/5 world reserves, the Amazon jungle is the largest
tropical rainforest in the world. But global warming and deforestation reverse the function of
forests as carbon sinks and change 30-60 percent of the forest into dry grasslands. Projections -
projections show these forests could be gone by 2050.
2. GREAT BARRIER REEF disappear in 20 YEARS
Rising sea levels due to global warming in 20 years will drown this magical coral clusters.
Charlie, a former head of research at the Australian Institute of Marine Science told The Times:
"There is no hope, the Great Barrier will be gone 20 years or more. Once the carbon dioxide
(CO2) hitting as predicted between 2030 and 2060, all coral will vanish. It is supported by
researchers corals and also all other related organizations. This is critical and this is reality. "
3. WILL verdant SAHARA DESERT
3. Scientists see a sign - a sign that the Sahara desert and the surrounding verdant region due to the
increasing rainfall. This rain is able to revitalize the area so attractive havoc farming community.
Desert shrinking tendency is explained by the model - climate models, which predict a return to
conditions that alter the Sahara into a lush grassland as approximately 12 thousand years ago.
4. WINDSTORMS BLOWING MORE POWERFUL
Can not be explained whether global warming is responsible for the occurrence of Hurricane
Katrina. But there are indications - indications that Global Warming will create a storm - a
Category 5 hurricane - Hurricane Katrina alone category 4 when it hit Louisiana. Hurricane force
starts from the warm water and the model - the model forecasts indicate storms in the future will
become more powerful due to rising ocean temperatures. Global warming also makes hurricanes
- storms were more destructive to the rising sea levels that trigger greater flooding in coastal