The effects of climate change in 2022 are glaringly obvious as every part of the world is battling the consequences. Fires are engulfing cities in their heat and floods are sucking people into their depths. Whether be it fires or floods, storms or tornadoes, unpredictable snowfalls or heatwaves, people all over the globe are suffering. And as said before multiple times, it’s only going to get worse. Now, let’s look at what climate change has brought us for the third week of July 2022.
2022 is proving why the world should have taken action against climate change. Fires are spreading lightning-quick pace. Spain and Greece alone are battling more than 60 fires. Floods are choking every country as merciless rain continues to fall for days overflowing rivers and streets. Sandstorms, Hailstorms and, Windstorms are becoming more and more ruthless. And every part of the world, be it developed or developing, is suffering. And there’s nothing monumental a common citizen can do. But also there are some actions we can take that might make a minuscule difference.