Open Access Short Communication

About Climate Change

Oleg Halidullin*

Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan

Corresponding Author

Received Date: October 11, 2018;  Published Date: October 23, 2018


Humanity annually takes away more and more lands from nature: plowing it under crops, flooding it with hydroelectric power stations, concreting and asphalt cities and roads. The total area of such lands was 67% of the total land area of the planet by 2015. All water evaporated from such territories, at best, does not change its structure. As they came with precipitation, they returned back to the atmosphere. At worst, they are impregnated and combined with chemical elements, which then, it happens that, with a strong concentration, they fall acid rain.

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