Impact of Global Climate Change and Mitigation Strategies
Division of Soil Science, SKUAST-K, Shalimar, 190025, UT of J & K
*Corresponding Author: Subhash Chand, Division of Soil Science, SKUAST-K, Shalimar, 190025, UT of J & K.
Published: May 13, 2023
Global climate change is means an overall increase in temperature of universe. The eleven of the last twelve years (1995-2006) rank is warmest years in the instrumental records of global surface temperature (since 1850). The 100 year linear warming trend (1906-2006) of 0.7 °C is larger than the corresponding trend of 0.6 °C (1901 -2000). The linear warming trend over last 50 years from 1906 to 2005 (0.13 °C per decades) Observational evidence from all continents and most ocean shows that many natural systems are being affected by regional changes, particularly temperature increases. Climate change means variations in the climate in term of temperature, relative humidity, sunshine hours, wind velocity and other climatic parameters resulting changes in soil biodiversity, ground water level, soil degradation, erratic and uneven rainfall, frequent droughts and floods.